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COUNTING THE VOTE
FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESI
DENT DF THE UNITED STATES.
Harrison and Morton Formanly I)eclared
Elected by the Two Houses of Congress
in Joint Session.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.-'The chamber
of the House presented a lively scene
this morning. Although nothing of a
sensational character was expected, the
galleries were filled an hour before
nwon by a crowd of interested specta
tors, who were eager to, witness the cere
monies attending the counting of the
electoral vote. The ladies were in a
large majority, and, with their hand
some costumes, formed a pretty frame
to the kaleidescopie picture presented
on the floor below. The corridors in
the rear of the galleries were thronged
with sight-seers. who were contented if
by rising on their tip-toes they could
glance over the shoulders of more for
tunate persons who had secured a foot
hold in the doorwav. Many ladies
were upon the floor, pleading with mem
bers for passes to the already overflow
At:11:45, the Assistant Doorkeeper re
quesed aill persons not entitled to the
privileges of the floor to retire, and the
crowd in the corridors was augmented
by a number of stragglers who had
been lolling back in the seats of meu
bers, lazily surveying the surrounlhlngs.
Beside the Speaker's chair was placed
one for Senator ingalls, who, as presid
ing officer of the Senate, was to preside
over the joint assembly, and in the
area in front of the Clerk's desk were
placed a number of richiy upholstered
chairs and lounges for the accommoda
tion of Senators.
At noon the Speaker's gavel hushed
the hum of conversation, and the Chap
lain made the following invocation:
"'God of our fathers, as the Senate
aid the Representatives of the people
will presently assemble in Congress to
announce and record, according to pre
scribed form, that Benjamin Harrison
and Levi Perry Morton have been
chosen, by the suffrages of their fellow
citizens, to the offices of President and
Vice President of the United States, we
humbly and devoutly pray that Thou
wilt have them and their families in
Thy sacred care. Guard them from all
peril and danger and prolong their lives;
grant them health and peace
' and everlasting blessings. Standing as
we do on the threshold of the second
century of our national history, when
the brains of the masses of men are
touched by the finer intelligence and
possessed by more sensitive feeling,
when man's monarchy in nature
and the masterdom of laws and ener
gies are enlarging: when industry and
inventive skill, the means of transpor
tation and communication are increas
ing; when populations all are enlarg
- ing, and men are coming closer together,
and questions, civil, social and spirit
ual, are being agitated as they never
were before; in this time of univer
sal ferment and agitation, Thy ser
vant, the President-elect, has been
called by his fellow citizens to
one"of the most solemn and honorable
posts to which man could be summoned
to betty sword-to guard the treasury,
to ma ntamnr'tConstitution and to exe
cute the laws otcLe nation with the
united brotherhood d'rboereigrn States;
and so we humbly and earneakpray
- that Thou wilt finibue him and his-ma
* visers with excellent spirit and under
standing: and may the peace of God
which passeth all anderstanding keep
his heart and mind in Thy knowledge
and Thy fear, and so make the land
have peace and prosperity, and the
benediction of our God rest on us all.
We ask through Jesus Christ our Lord."
The journal having been read and ap
proved, the Speaker laid before the
Hfouse three messages from the Presi
dent, announcing his disapproval of
private pension bills. The messages
were referred to the committee' on in
-valid pensions, after, an- unsuccessful
effort on the part of Mr. Steel of Indiana
to have them referred to the committee
On motion of Ermentrout of Pennsyl
*v'ania, the privileges of the floor were
accorded to the families of Senators and
At 12:55 legislative proceedings were
suspended, and a few moments after
wards the Senate was announced, and
- the Senators, headed by their officers,
fled into the chamber. Senator Ingalls
leaned on the arm of Secretary McCook,
and Capt. Bassett carried the box con
taining the returns from the Electoral
College. The Representatives remained
standing until the Senators had taken
the seats assigned them, and then Sena
tor Ingalls, seated on the right hand of
the Speaker, called the joint assembly
to order. Mr. Ingalls then said:
"This being the day and hour ap
pointed for opening the certificates and
counting the votes of electors for Presi -
dent, the Senate and Houre of Repre
sentatives have met together, pursuant
to the Constitution and laws of the
United States. If there be no objection:
to the electoral vote of the State of Ala
-bama, the certificate will be read by the
tellers, who will make a list of the votes
The presiding officer then broke the
-seal of the certificate from Alabama and
handed it to Senator Manderson, one of
the tellers, who read the document in a
clear voice, 1t was in due form, and
showed that the ten electoral votes of
Alabama had been east for Cleveland
and Thurman. The certiticate gave in
*minute detail the proceedings of the
meeting of electors in Montgomery, and
contained the ballot cast by each elector
for President and Vice President. It
was accompanied by a statement from
the Governor of Alabama, certifying to
the election- of the electors therein
named. fhe reading constuned fifteen
The reading having been concluded,
the presidling oficer said: "Following
the precedents observed on former
occasions, unless in any ease there miav
be a demiand that the certificate be r
ported in full, the tellers, having ascer
tained that the certificates are in due
form and properly authenticated, will
omit the executive certificate of the
election of the electors and the~preli
minary and the formal statement of the
proceedings of the college."
The certificate from the State of Ar
kansas was handed to Senator Harris,
and he read that portion of it which
certifies that the seven votes of that
State were cast for Cleveland andl Thur
man. A laugh ran through the as
sembly when Senator Har-ris announced
that '-Jeff Davis (one of the electors)
gave one voie for Grover Cleveland."
At the suggestion of Senator -Ed
munds the work of the telkers was
lightened by dispensing with the reading
of any part of the cert'ficate, and re
quirin them, after careful eamination,_
merely to state the manner in which the
votes had been cast.
The certificates from California and
Connecticut were thus disposed of.
Cox of New York then rose and sa-d
that he desired to call the attention of
the presiding officer to the language of
law of February :;d, 1S7.
The presidingt oticer said that debate
could only be had by unanimous con
(ox replied that he did not desire
debate. lie desired to call attention to
the language of the law: -On such read
ing of any such certificate, the President
of the Senate shall call for objections, if
any, after the readimtn."
The certilicate from Delaware was
then read, and the presiding officer
asked: "is there objection to the electo
ral vote of the State of Deilware"'
There being nonre, the count was pro
A situile ran ove-r the assenilly when
bev a slip of the toengue Mr. Erment rout.
anounced that the electors of Florida
had cast four votes for Levi P'. Morton
for \'ice President. The smile broad
ened into a hearty laugh when, a few
moments afterwards, Senator Harris, by
a similar error. gave the electoral vote
of Indiana to Grover Cleveland. It was
some time before the laughter died out,
and he was permitted to correct his
The presiding otlicer then said: "The
Chair takes occaslin to express his con
fidence that. hissuggestion that, manifes
tations of applause or of disapprobation
are expressly forbidden by the rules of
both houses, and that they disturb the
decorutm of this great transaction, which
is now proceeding in the presence of
the representatives of the American
people, will sutlice to prevent a repeti
tion of 'the disorder which has just oc
'T'hle State of Oregon having been
reached. the presiding officer said:
"Tihe President of the Senate lhas re
eeived two certiticntes and two other pa
pers pturportiug to be certificates from
the State of Oregon. As required by
law, he opens them all and delivers
them to the tellers, who will read. if
there be no objection, only that which is
authenticated by the certificate of the
electors, certified by the Governor of
the State of Oregon to have been duly
appointed in such state. as appears in
the copy of such certificate transmitted
to the two houses of Congress by the
Secretary of State."
After a pause, Senator Manderson
said: "The tellers have examined the
different certificates presented to them
and find but one in duplicate that is cer
titied by the Governor of the State of
Oregon over the great seal of that State.
It seems to be in due form and by it, it
appears that Benjamin Harrison of In
diana received three votes for President.
and Levi P. 'Morton three votes for Vice
There was no objection to the vote
being so counted.
The certificates, from the remaining
States having been examined by the tel
lers and their contents announced to the
joint asssembly, a lull of a few miuutes
enabled the tellers to foot up their
Then Senator Manderson, on behalf of
the tellers, announced the result of their
The presiding officer, upon receiving
the result, said: "The'state of the vote for
President of the United States, as de
livered to the President of the Senate,
is as follows: The whole numboer of
electors appointed to vote for President
of the United States is 401, of which a
majority is 201. Benjamin Harrison of
President of the United States 233 votes,
and Grover Cleveland of the State of
New York has received 108 votes. The
state of the vote for Vice President of
the United States, as delivered to the
President of the Senate, is as follows:
The whole number of electors
appointed to vote for Vice President
of the United States is 401,
of which a majority is 201. Levi P.
Morton of the State of New York has
received 233 votes, and Allen J. Thur
man of the State of Ohio has received
168 votes. This announcement of the
state of the vote by the President of the
Senate is, by law,' a sufficient declara
tion that Benjamin Harrison of the State
of Indiana is elected President of the
United States and that Levi P. Morton
of the State of New York is elected Vice
President of the United States, each for
the te-m beginning March 4th, 1889,
aid will be entered together, with the
list of votes, on the journals of the Sen
ate and the House of Reprosentatives."
No demonstration of applause fol
lowed this declaration, and Senator
Ingalls proceeded: "The cou~nt of the elee
toral votes having been concluded and
the result declared, the jomnt meeting of
the two houses is dissolved, and the
Senate will now return to its chamber."
In five minutes the Senators had re
tired, but it required a much longer time
to induce the ladies to vacate the chain
FATHER AND CHILDREN DEAD.
A TexaM Editor Killed While Tryig to
Save His Family fromt the Quicksand.
EL PASO, Texas, Feb. 12.-At Ysleta,
the formier seatcof this Couinty, ten miles
down the river, an accident occurred
esterday afternoon which caused five
nersons 'their lives. D)udley, Tinkey
and Alice Jones, the children of R. HI.
Jones, editor of the Ysleta Report,
whose ages ranged fronm eight to fifteen
years; a ladi uamed Wade Hampton,
ten years old, andl two oilier children
were playing in a sandI cave on the bank
of the Rio Grande which they had coni
verted into a playhouse. The quicksand
fell in and submerged the four first
iamed. T1he~ others made their escape
a'nd ratn screaming to the house and
gave the alarm.
R. HI. Jones went. immediately to the
cave and rushed in to sav.e tis children.
The top of the cave fell in ,smothering
him and the four others.
A large number of ,people collected
and sootn secured the bodies of the vic
tims, which were buried to-day near the
'lace where they lost their lives. Jones
ame here a few years ago from Guada
lupe Coumy~, Trexas.
A POLITICAL CRISIS IN FRANCE,
The Fleouut Ministry Send in Their Rte
PARIs, Feb. 14.-When the question
of the revision of the Constitution came
tip in the Chamber of D~eputies to-day,
l'ount e Douville Maillaien moved that
he debate otn the subject be adjourned.
Notwithstanding the oppo)sitionI of the
~overnent, the motion was adopted by
it vote o 307i to 218. Premier Floquet
.hereupoin anniounced that the Ministryv
vomld immediately resign.
I mediately after Floqunet's annonnee
neat in the Chamber of Deputies. all1
lie members of the Ministry sent their1
A1A DCHISTS TO AR .
Paul Grottkau Says the People Will
Take the Government by Force.
CHICAGO, Feb. 10.-The Anarchist
>rat6rs to-day temporarily abandoned
:heir usual Sunday themes and joined
orces with the leaders of the Secular
['nion in denunciation of United States
enator Blair and a couple of laws be
wishes to have enacted. One of the
proposed statutes provides for enforcing
:bservance of Sunday as a day of rest,
And the other proposes a constitutional
:mendment ibaking it obligatory for the
public schools to teach the principles of
the Christian religion.
The first speaker, Jens Christensen,
editor of the Arkriter Zcituny, ridi
euled religion in general and Chris
tianity in particular, and spoke of so
eialisui as the only true doctrine for the
-overnnent of nations or individuals.
lie was followed by E. A. Stevens, secre
t Yrv of the National Secular Union. Mr.
Stevens declared that any man who at
tempted to force the people to believe in
any religion or to observe the Sabbath
was a public enemy.
Anarchist Paul Grottkau spoke in
German, asserting that there was a con
spiracy of bishops, cardinals and cap
italists to force the discussion of reli
gion, so as to smother the great social
question. They also sought to train up
the children in superstitious slavery. He
warned them against this programme,
-for," said he, "the time is at hand when
the people by force will take the gov
ernment into their own hands."
THE PLUMED KNIGHT.
Blalne Has Undoubtedly Been Tendered
and Has Accepted the Place of Secretary
NEW YoRK, Feb. 13.-Thomas C. Platt
has returned from Washington. To a
reporter, this morning, he said: "I am
very busy, but 1 wish to say positively
-aid you can quote me as authority
for the statement-that Blaine has been
offered and has accepted the position of
Secretary of State. This was accom
plished some time ago by correspond
ence. I do not wish to be interviewed,
and do not care to stand as an authority
for any statement I may make, beyond
the information about Blaine, which is
MRS. BEEM'S MARRIAGE.
She Fell in Love with Her Intended Be
fore the General's Tragic Death.
CHICAGO, Feb. 10.--There is an ele
ment of romance attached to the mar
riage of Mrs. Beein and the rich London
merchant whom she will wed next
Wednesday. The bridegroom is Mr.
Arthur Elam, and he is thirty-eight
years of age.
When Mrs. Beem made her first trip
abroad in 1886, she met Mr. Elam's
mother, who invited Mrs. Beem to her
country home, near London. There
Mr. Elam met her, and it was a case of
love at once.
Mrs. Beem being a wife could not ac
cept his attentions, but after her hus
band's tragic and mysterious death she
(lid not forget Mr. Elam. When she
went abroad they met again, and
Wednesday's marriage is to be the re
Mr. Elam's relatives live in the West
End of London, where the bride and
bridegroom will also take up their resi
dence, the mother of the bridegroom
being ready to extend a cordial welcome
to her daughter-in-law.
_WEST POINT TEEMXINAL.
An A ttempt to Have Its Oharter Forfeited
RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 13.-Some weeks
ago a petition was presented to State
Atorney General Ayres by Samuel
Dickson of Philadelphia and Charles L
De Costa of New York in behalf of un
known:i stockholders (presumably the
Norfolk and Western ERailroad) begging
that proceedings be instituted in the
Circuit Court of this city agamnst the
Richmond and West Point Terminal and
Warehouse *Company for forfeiture
of its charter. The grounds al
leged by counsel were that the
company had exceeded the provisions of
its charter. The Attorney General, in
a long letter to-day, declines to apply
for a writ of guo warranto, without ex
pressing an opinion upon the merits of
the ease, but simply upon the ground
that action should be taken in King
William County, where the principal
office of the company is located.
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Ice, snow and Frozen Garments Bad No
Terrors for Them.
DANVILLE, Ill., Feb. 11. -Fannie
Mann, Annie Lee, Douglas Cole, Jacob
Grimes and wife and Charles Grimes
and wife, of Blount Township, this
County, were baptized by immersion
yesterday a few miles West of this city.
The Rev. Mr. Hodge of Catlin and John
Lee of this city, performed the cere
A large hole had been cut in the ice
and the ministers took the thinly clad
and shivering converts, one of whom is
a chronic invalid and another a young
mother, one at a time into the water,
which was five feet deep. A blizzard
and snowstorm was raging and it was
o cold that the ice formed on top or the
pool and stiffened their garments as
soon as they came out of the water.
On completion of the ceremony they
walked in their stocking feet a quarter
of a mile through the fields to the
nearest residence to change their gar
Fire in New York.
.NEw YORK, Feb. 13.-Fire broke out
early this morning in the tiye-story
building Nos. 603 and 607 West Thirty
sixth street. As it promised to spread
reinforcements of fire engines were
called out. The fire broke out in the
top floor, but made its way downward by
degrees. The firemen struggled for
nearly an hour and a half before they
had it under control. The three upper
stories, where ths greatest damage was
done, were occupied by silk manufac
turers. Most of their stock was de
stroyedl. On the lower tloors sausages
and pickles are made. There the haxoc
was not so great. The- total loss was
roughly estimated at an early hour at
,tween $75,000 and $100,000.
GREENvILLE, Feb. 13.-[Special to The
egister.]-In the United States Court
o-dy Calvin Nelson, a white man from.
aurns County, was tried and convicted:
>f counterfeiting and sentenced to two
rears in the Columbus, Ohio, peniten-1
iary and $100 fine.
Commissioner of L~abor.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14.- The Senate
0-day confirmed the nomination of Car
'ol D. Wright to be Commissioner of
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Primary Department (3 years' ,-,urse)...................... $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00
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Board from Monday to Friday (per mouth.,..............................5.
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trial, and it well cure you. Address
H.C. ROOT, M.C., 183 PEARLST., NEWYORK
FIFT EEN DAYS' TRIA L
IN YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT
Don't pay an agen:, gn or eeo, but send for circular.
THE C. A. WOOD CT.,ntd h srt"
COLD - E'
Cleanses the N~asal Passages. Al
lays Inflammation. Hents tnio Eores.
Restores the Senses of' Taste, Sm~ell
A particle is applied into eacen istrf na
I agreeable. Prie0e,. at Drugari oer by
mal. ELY BROTHIERS, Warren St.,New York.
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
Amost asPalatable as Milk.
So disguised that it can be taken,
igted, and assimilated by the. most
snuitive stomach, when the plain oil
cnot be tolerated; and by the com-e
bination of the oil with the hypophos
phites is much more efficacious.
Bemarkable as a flesh produeer.
Persons gain rapidly whbile taking it,
SCOTSEULSIONis acknowledged by
Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepa
ration in the world for the relief and cure of
CENERAL. DEBILITY, WASTINC
COLDS and CMRONIC COUCHS4.
The great remedy for Consumptian, and'
Waiting in Chuadren. 'Sl &, au Druggists.
We are the soee tnanntfc-htrr of thns de
icious aned l~he l hvrage, whh-hl afier
iavigt, beent :alyed by :ll the i':init
hemtistes in .\tlanlta, Ga.. dutrin-i.. "l'r/x hi,
tion" and iaiter thle tiuost sear'chin:: ser:::Iny
for traces of alebioheol, was allowed to be 1 solld
free of State arid e'itv li cn'. nd so .dse
nore recentl afte futniur'. anlzn in F' or
ida. Itils a jln' fl wet' tefor'a sei i.t
m n appetizer thit it t~ let eatetii' ples
tnt to the taste, conlctains nourimet 'and
specially suited for. i.sn ofi eelavek and delh
cate constituions. it leas te tst.'e ' hter~
beer f the linie Sti il r h--ie t I d c tee
xIs pity anid ieeicin d q''alitim. i-. sl:'-e'a
y made of eetr .'elebntld . erbe! ren ne
riginal Artesi we.lI wat Ir. 't u e in
ases of oneo dozetn pints at '81 2. pe F-r' doze:
i e dozetn at S*1 pier joen, andiieIl inesks~ of
en dozen eachl at hit '(nts peri de -n. (Cash
ntst aco'lU panys ('achi rdlr. & lcpyrihed
. d p tatent app~hedl for.
.e ave net Aege-tits, andelti none yenninn
mnless ordered edirect inm
CR:AM ER& K;iERS'TE2N,
Steam Soda and Mlinera:l Wat'i er Woks.
[0 The People of Clarendon:
.1 am the Agent for the Cel
PRATT GIN, .
LIDDELL & CO.'S
Engines and Boilers.
I a: sole agent in this courty for
BOSS COTTON PRESS.
Corn Mills, PIulieys, Shaft
2. All this machinery is direct
from the factors and will be sold at
the Factory's Lowest Cash
Prices. It will be to the advantage
of purchasers to call on me before
W. SCOTT HARVIN,
Manning, S. C.
THE LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT OF ORDER.
If you desire to purchase asewing machine,
ask our agent at y our pace for termns and
pce. t oulaeu cannot find ouragent write
dfrctto feareStaddr to youbelow named.
NEW HOMESEWNG MACHINE CORANACEMASS.
CHICAGO - 28 UNION SQUARE,N.- ,DALLAS.
I LL. ATLANTA GA.
S$T LOUIS M0. * SANMARdCCOCAL
S, Woikoviskie, Agt., & Co.,
Fine Wines, Liquors, To
bacco, and Cigars.
The only PIol and Billiard
Parlors in the Town.
SIMON PURE OLD MOUNTAIN
Corn and Rye
h|EA SNjIRL E Pi:JCE.
(Gun/ry Orde-rs Febd With
(,'rp>. and (Ioois (Guaral?/eed.
e Call and take a "NIP" of my
O LD TOM IfN.
S. WOLKOVISKIE, Agent,
Manning, S. C.
IL. W. FOLSOM,
Suecessor to F. Hi. Folsom & Bro.
SDIXTER~, S. V.
WA TCHES, CLOCK~S, JEWELRY.
T eclb ae a- St ~ i . J h S w n
Mabin u ml Finest i/or in America, al
way on L'.nd. .:piing promlptly and
ncetly *xvent-d lv skiled workmen.
or lors byn umi II iiive carefunl attenl
MAN NNN ING, S. C.
And all leading\ Watches, Spectacles. andi
EYE G LASsEcS.
Repairing Nmeatly, Done.
-All Work Warranted.
157 and i(9, East Bay,