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SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH.
Indisposition to exercise, difficulty of think
ing or reasoning, or concentrating the mine
upon any subject, lassitude, lack of ambitioi
or energy, discharge falling into throat, some
times profuse, watery, acrid, thick and tena
cious mucous, purulent, offensive, &c. Ir
others a dryness, dry, watery, weak or inflaraec
eyes, ringing in ears, deafness, hawking anc
coughing to clear throat, ulcerations, deatl
and decay of bones, scabs from ulcers, con
stant desire to clear nose and throat, voic<
altered, nasal twang, offensive breath, impair
ed or total deprivation of sense of smell am
taste, dizziness, mental depression, loss of ap
petite, indigestion, dyspepsia,enlarged tonsils
tickling cough, difficulty in speaking plaiuly
general debility, idiocy and insanity.
All the above symptoms are common to th<
disease in some ol its stages or complications
yet thousands of cases annually terminate ir
consumption or insanity, and end in the gravi
without ever having manifested one-third o
the symptoms above enumerated.
No disease is more common or less under
stood by physicians. The Proprietor of Dr
Sage's Catarrh Remedy will pay $500 rewarc
for a case of catarrh which he cannot cure
Sold by druggists, or send sixty cents to R. V
Pierce, M. D., 133 Seneca street, Buffalo, N
Y., for it.
The World does not contain a raedicina
preparation which has obtained a more wide
spread and deserved popularity than the Mex
ican Mustang Liniment. Since its intro
duction to public notice more than tweutj
years ago, it has been constantly used for ev
erv kind of disease or injury to man or beasi
which can be affected by a local application,
and so far as its proprietors are aware, it ha5
not failed in a single instance. After so long
and successful a terra of probation, who will
' have the hardihood to deny its pre-eminent
claims to popular esteem.
Jinaitrial aitir Commercial.
YORKVILLE, February 14.?Cotton I9J to 20
ROCK HILL, Feruarv 13.?Middling cotton
21 to 211.
CHARLOTTE, February 12.?Sales to-day, IS
bales at21i for low middling.
NEW YORK, February 12?7 p. tn.?Cottor
/lull ualnc aJW K'i1p??iinlflnds
LIVERPOOL, February 12?Evening.?Cottor
closed dull?uplands Ilid." to 113d.
CHARLESTON, February 12.?Cotton dullmiddling
21J to 22.
Financial.
NEW YORK, February 12.-Gold 103 to 10J.
Jfycral ftoticts.
Religious Xotiee.
There will be preaching at Union church (Baptist)
on Sunday next, 18th instant.
From Dan to Beersheba.
From Charleston to Dahlonega, from the seaboard
to the mountains, can be seen a marked
improvement in the style of buildings in the last
five years. Villages and farm houses all present
a more elegant and comfortable appearance. Th<
reason is weP known. It is because in that period
the whole country has learned to patronize that
celebrated manufacturer of Doors, Sashes and
Blinds, Mr. P. P. Toale, Charleston, S. C.
OBITUARY.
Died?On the 9th instant, in York countv, S
C., Mrs. LAURA OCTA VIA LYNN, in the 22nd
year of her age, and her infant child and tirst-born
babe.
Death is at all times terrible. Nothing can call
back the fleetinir breath. Drovokethesilent dustoi
soothe the dull cold ear of death. But when il
lays its heavy hand upon the fond young wife,
iust as the crown of maternity has descended on
her youthful brow, awakening new joys, and
snatches in one insatiate grasp, -both her and hei
precious offspring as its victims, oh! then, suroly
death's aspects are terrible beyond all conception,
especially to the soul bereaved. She whose
sudden and early demise it is our painful duty to
record, was the'loving and dutiful daughter oi
John W. and Minerva N. Jones, and the dearly
beloved wife of J. Richard Lynu, Esq., to whom
she was married in April of fast year. Brief had
been their union in such holy bonds?but exceedingly
happy?when ties the strongest possible
were loosed by the will of God.
The very day that the tender mother, after almost
unexampled suffering, was delivered of a
beautiful daughter, the kind husband and doating
father had to mourn as few mourn, grievously,
the untimely loss of the wife of his bosom, the
mother of his child, and that precious pledge oi
their mutual love besides. How hard then, must
it have been for him to give them both up, and be
refused the sweet sight of seeing the helpless little
creature pressed to its mother's breast and watch
the tide of feeling which gushes through all a true
mother's soul ? Ah ! no, sad to say, such hallowed
moments, so full of pathos and*thrilling interest,
were cut short ere they had begun. Yes, theii
joyousness has been interrupted and the brightness
of those hopes and anticipations darkly
clouded. True, that father did gaze on his chile]
with all a father's yearning, but his daughter was
dead and her mother dying, and he felt in his inmost
soul that his life, from thenceforth, could
not be lived out but alone?by himself.
Mrs. Lynn's death was as triumphant, peaceful
and happy as her life had been true, good and
gentle. She had few, if any equals as a wife,
daughter, sister or friend in whom there was nc
guile ; and because of this her death will send a
shock wherever it is known?whether among the
associates of her childhood, the friends and mate.1
of her college days, or in the circle in which she
moved with so much grace, dignity and love during
the short experience she had presiding ovei
the household. She was prepared to die and
begged to die. While in the last throes of expiring
nature, she bid a last adieu to the loved ones
at tier side, weeping because they could not b
comforted, and repeatedly said, with outstretched
liniwle "T.nril rpfnivfi in v snirit." A ftpr so milch
suffering, her very last words, as the last thread
of the vital chord gave way, after saying "My bus4
band," and upholding her arms to embrace him?
were, "Rest! Rest!! ' She has now, thanks be
to that Jesus whom she loved so well and lisped
to "Come Lord, come quickly," the rest she wish*
ed and needed; yea, an everlasting and eternal
rest from all her earthly labors. Her sweet spirit
now soars in the atmosphere of Heaven, along
with the innocent and pure little angel kindly
given to her, and kept with her in the other ancl
better and more congenial world. Our life will
be clogged with tears?but such are the right of the
. dead if not madeatmm# to the living. The mortal
remains of mother and child sleep together in
one and the same grave at Yorkville, where they
were buried on Sunday, the 11th instant, in the
presence of her husband, relatives and a large concourse
of friends.
We met to part. We have parted to meet?tc
part no more.
One who loved her and hers
and would have died for them,
I' February 12,1872.
Died?In Yorkville, on the 1st instant, ALFRED
STILLWELL, aged about 50 years.
In this county, on the 31st ultimo, Mrs. NANj
OY L. CARROLL, wife of J. L. Carroll, agec
24 years.
In Bryan, Texas, on the 15th of January, MATtie
J. Beard, wife of w. f. Board, formerly o:
Yorkville, aged 18 years and 7 months.
In Yorkville, on'the 13th instant, Mrs. HAT
TIE J. TURNER, wife of William Turner, o
Company C, 18th Regiment, U. S. A., in the 20tl
year of her age.
In Yorkville, on the 8th instant, Miss SALLIE
E. CRENSHAW, daughter of Dr. E. A
Crenshaw, aged 26 years.
$3000 WANTED.
WANTED TO BORROW THREE THOUSAND
DOLLARS, for which a liberal rat(
of interest will be paid and good security given,
For further information apply at this office.
February * 6" tf
sTATITOF SOUTII CARO i7I NA
York County.
V17TIEREAS, W. B. WILLIAMS has appliod
T to me for Letters of Administration, on all
aud singular, the goods and chattels, rights and
credits of ALFRED STILWELL, late of th<
county aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
& singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceased,
to be and appear before me at our nexi
i Judge of Probate's Court for the said county, tc
be holden at York Court House on the 27TH l)A\
OF FEBRUARY, instant, to shew cause, if any
why the said Administration should not be grant!,
ed.
Given under my hand and Seal, this 12th day o
February, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-two, and in the iHltl
year of the Independence of the United States
of America. S. B. HALL,
Judge of Probate.
February 15 7 2t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
York County.
WHEREAS W. C. CAVENY has applied tc
me for Letters of Administration, on al
and singular, the goods and chattels, rights anc
credits of MARGARET McSWAIN, late of th<
county aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish al
and singular, the kindred and creditors of thesaic
deceased, to be and appear before me, at our nexi
J udge of Probate's Court for the said Countv, to b<
holdenat York Court House on the28TH DAY OJ
FEBRUARY, instant, to shew cause, if any, win
the said Administration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and Seal, this 13th day o
February, in the year of our Lord onethousam
_ eight hundred and seventy-two, and in the 9tttl
year of the Independence of the United State:
of America. S. B. HALL,
' Judge of Probate.
1 February 15 7 ~t'
1
j ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, j <
. i A Persons having demands against the late 1
i A PETER C. NICHOLSON will present them,
1 | properly attested for payment, and all indebted, j
1 either by note or account, will come forward and '
. settle on or before the 1st of March next.
R. WADE BRICE, Administrator, j
Near Blackstocks, S. C.
l February 15 7 3t* j
\ IN BANKRUPTCY. !
| In the District Court of the United States for the
1 ! District of South Carolina.
" | In the Matter of 1 T? r.
j ! W. B. DANIELS, Bankrupt. } In Bankr?P^J.
* ' XT0TICEis hereby given that we have filed our
j j final accounts as Assignees of W. B. DAN!
IELS, Bankrupt, in said Court, and that on the
* 1st day of March next, we shall apply to said
, ; Court for the settlement of our said Accounts, and
; lor a discharge irom an naointy as Assignees 01 |
' j said estate in accordance with the provisions of
I the twenty-eighth section of the Bankrupt Act of
3 i March 2, 1867.
, J- S- R THOMSON,) As - nefi9
. | T s JEFFERYS, I AS91bnee91
i February 15 7 2t
fj IN BANKRUPTCY.
1 In the District Court of the United States for the
I District of South Carolina.
In the Matter of )
: | ALLEN ROBERTSON, \ In Bankruptcy.
I | Bankrupt. J
j At Yorkville, in said District, on the 12th day of
. ' February, 1872.
NOTICE is hereby given that the THIRD :
GENERAL MEETING of the Creditors of
i the above named Bankrupt, will be held before
[ 1 W. I. Clawson, Register in Bankruptcy of Raid
j Court, in his oflice at Yorkville. South Carolina,
" on the 1st day of March 1872, for the purpose of
Declaring a final Dividend of the Bankrupt's (
estate, and for the other purposes natned in the .
27th section of the Bankrupt Act of March 2, 1867. ,
r You will further take notice that we have filed
- our final accounts as Assignees of the estate of
the above named Bankrupt, in said Court, and
that on the 1st day of March next, we shall apply to
said Court for the settlement of our said accounts,
> and for a discharge from all liability as Assignees i
r of said estate, in accordance with the provisions i
I of the twentv-eighth section of the Bankrupt Act i
1 of March 2, 1867.
1 ^S;iEFFERYS,Ussitrnees<
JAA1IUS WASUil, j t
I February 15 7 2t
I CAROLINA FERTILIZER.
; i
. nHH^MB^^ra <
We are offering this
SUPERIOR MANURE AT $45 CASH,
j
with expenses added, and {
t $50 ON TIME, AT 7 PER CENT. INTEREST, ?
j with expenses also added. This Guano is Manu[
factu red from
THE CHARLESTON PHOSPHATES,
and its standard is guaranteed by
MESSRS. GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.
Call and examine certificates at our Store.
CARROLL, CLARK & CO.,
l t
! Agents at Yorkville, S. C. i
! February 15 7 3m ^
i ADICKES & BLACK.
i SPECTACLES AND NOSE GLASSES, 1
JUST received a very fine assortment of SPEC- 1
TACLES AND NOSE GLASSES. For sale
, by ADICKES & BLACK.
, February 15 7 tf
1 RIBBONS. 1
WE otfer at attractive Prices, full lines of Taf- {
feta and Gros Grain RIBBONS, comprising
[ the newest and freshest shades and colors.
ADICKES & BLACK.
' JET JEWELRY. 1
A WELL assorted stock of JET JEWELRY, i
BRACELETS, drc., for sale by
ADICKES & BLACK. 5
? UMBRELLAS.
A LOT of Umbrellas, to which the attention of
Village and country buyers is requested.
' ADICKES & BLACK.
SUPERIOR CLOTHING. 1
WE have on hand a very Superior Stock of .
ClnlhiiKT nf hnmo mnnnfAO. 1
f f AVVOHJ-4UUUV VAWW...^ v/. -??.v
ture, embracing Black Frock Coats, Black and i
' Grey Frocktees, Black and Grey Sacks, Alpaca (
Sacks. All of which are warranted to be well (
' made and will be sold very cheap. i
I ADICKES & BLACK. t
| LADIES' GOODS. I
WE call particular attention to our well-assort- }
ed stock of {
[ Ladies' Skirts, white and colored; Laces, Era'
broidered Lace and Linen Collars and Cuffs, 1
' Embroidered Edgings and Insertings, *
' Lace and Hemstiched Handkerchiefs, 1
Pique Trimmings, whito and col- (
ored; Silk Fringes, assorted f
1 colors; Sash, Bonnet and
1 Neck Ribbons, Linen
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery,
Corsets, (
I Gloves, >
' And manv other articles too numerous to mention. 1
1 * ADICKES & BLACK.
Nov 9 45 tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. |
York County.
WHEREAS GEORGE W. BURRIS has applied
to me for Letters of Administration,
with the Will annexed, on all and singular, the goods
and chattels, rights and credits of EDWARD
BURRIS, late of the County aforesaid,
deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the .
said deceased, to be and appear before me at our
next Judge of Probate's Court, of the said County, "
to be holden at York Court House, on the 20TH
! DAY OF FEBRUARY, instant, to shew cause,
if any, why the said Administration should not .
i be granted". .
Given under my hand and Seal, this 6th day of ;
February, in "the year of our Lord, one thous- (
i and eight hundred and seventy-two, and in the ?
JMJth year of the Independence of the United (
States of America. S. B. HALL, i
Judge of Probate.
February 8 6 2t
" ~ YORKVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE, ]
YOltltVILLK, S. C.
1 THE FIRST SESSION of the Col- \
I legiate year of 1872 will begin on the (
" : 1ST OF FEBRUARY and close on the i {
10tli of June. Tiie second session will ! <
Jr begin on the 26th of June and close on | ?
~ ! the 7th of November. : (
\ ' TERMS rEIt SESSION, IN ADVANCE: |
I Boarding, including Fuel and Lights, $75 00 '
. Tuition in Collegiate Course, 25 00 j
, Tuition in Preparatory Department, 15 00 1
Tuition in Juvenile Department, 10 00 1
, 1 Instrumental Music, 25 00 : '
' j Use of Piano, 3 00 |1
! Private Vocal Lessons, 25 00
j Vocal Lessons in Classes............. 8 50 : ,
5 ' Sacred Music,...,,,...., 2 50 j
I French and German, each, 10 00 j ^
I Latin and Greek, each, 8 00 j .
Pupils can have their washing done at $1.25 per i 1
" i month. JAS. DOUGLAS, President. |'
j January 4 1 tf j j
[ langhTm~academy. i
' THE exercises of this School will be
: * resumed on the 15TII OF JANUARY, |.
5 : RATKS OF TUITION PER SESSION OF 20 ; J
I 1 English, $10 00 ! '
| Classical, 20 00 j <
LI Contingent ce, 1 00 |
? I The House in which the exercises of this Acad- r
"! my were formerly conducted being out of repair, |"
, | they will hereafter be conducted in the house in j
- ; which I formerly lived. Thankful for former pat- I \
ronage, a continuance of the same is solicited. ; (
f R. LATHAN, Principal, j {
I : January 4 1 tf i <
1 j "application for discharge. i;
! XfOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, j
j iN Administrator of the estate of ELIZABETH ! I
j BROWN, deceased, will make a final settlement ! {
" j with the Judge of Probate of York county, on I 1
> | the 9th day of March next, when he" will ; i
make application for a final discharge as Admin- j 1
> istrator of said estate.
1 | T. W. CAMPBELL, Administrator.
1 I February 8 6 5t*
5 j FINAL NOTICE. !
1' A EL Notes and Accounts due me as Agent of1 i
1! A. Messrs. R. PATTERSON dt CO., Philadel- ; (
t j phia, will be placed in the hands of a Magistrate , <
31 or Attorney for collection, if notadjusted prior to <
i" the 20th day of February. JAS. PAGAN,
r [ per Attorney, John F. Douglas. J
February 8 ti 2t
[ CHANGE BILLST ,
i ' TTOLDERS of "Change Bills" of the King's
*| H Mountain Railroad, are requested to present
j them to the Treasurer, for payment, on or before I '
I the 10th of March, 1X72. j
I E. M. LAW, President. I
T. M. DOBSON & CO.
LOOK THE POST OFFICE.
LOOK THE OFFICE
LOOK THE OFFICE
LOOK THE OFFICE
FOR A DUN
FOR A DUN
FOR A DUN
FROM OLD DOBSON.
FROM OLD DOBSON.
nnA?r rvt ri nnRfiftV
r rvviu VIJL/ i/vjuiovi.1
IF YOU OWE HIM
IF YOU OWE HIM
IF YOU OWE HIM
YOU WILL BE SURE TO FIND
YOU WILL BE SURE TO FIND
YOU WILL BE SURE TO FIND
A STATEMENT OF YOUR ACCOUNT.
A STATEMENT OF YOUR ACCOUNT.
A STATEMENT OF YOUR ACCOUNT.
MONEY HE MUST HAVE,
MONEY HE MUST HAVE,
MONEY HE MUST HAVE,
AND MONEY HE WILL HAVE.
AND MONEY HE WILL HAVE.
AND MONEY HE WILL HAVE.
BARGAINS! BARGAINSTH
Now is the time
Now is the time
Now is the time
n frnf Rnrrainu
O"*
to get Bargains
to get Bargains
it old DOBSON'S,
it old DOBSON'S,
it old DOBSON'S,
as he wants to go to New York,
as ho wants to go to New York,
as he wants to go to New York,
Hid needs money,
ind needs money,
ind needs money.
Notes and Accounts will not buy goods there.
Notes and Accounts will not buy goods there.
Notes and Accounts will not buy goods there.
T. M. DOBSON A CO.
JUST ARRIVED^
rvrkA POUNDS of Baltimore Bacon,
OiHJlJ 10,000 pounds of Baltimore Flour,
500 Gallons Common Molasses,
300 " New Orleans Molasses,
500 Pounds Hemlock Leather,
2000 Segars,
2 Dozen Deviled Hams,
2 " Petted Tongues,
1 " Boxes Herring,
1 Barrel Pickled Shad,
1 Tierce Rice,
1 Case Bread Preparation,
1 Dozen Chow-Cnow,
ill of which will be sold as low as the lowest for
jash, by T. M. DOBSON A CO.
20TH OF FEBRUARY^
A.11 Dersons owing us
All persons owing, us
All persons owing us
must settle by the 20th or be sued,
must settle by the 20th or be sued,
must settle by the 20th or be sued,
is money we must have,
is money we must have,
is money we must have.
Look out for the Elephant.
Look out for the Elephant.
Look out for the Elephant.
T. M. DOBSON A CO.
NOTES AND ACCOUNTS.
WE are charging one and a half per cent, per
month, on.all open Accounts and Notes.
We are compelled to do this in self-defence. Any
me who does not wish to pay that much, can have
,he pleasure of cashing his Note or Account. We
svould rather have the money than any man's
Mote or Account, at the above rates.
T. M. DOBSON A CO.
OUR GROCERIES.
DUR Groceries are selling as low as the lowest,
for cash. Men need not expect to buy from
is at cash prices and then say charge. We have
:harged until we are about to charge out.
T. M. DOBSON A CO.
WINTER GOODS.
I*7"E are selling out our Winter Stock of Goods
n at remarkably low figures, to make room
'or Spring Goods. Call and see for yourselves.
T. M. DOBSON A CO.
SHOES.
PORTER, DAY A CO'S SHOES are selling at
$2 for cash, at DOBSON'S?when charged
52.25 is the price.
J. W. CARROLL.
BULLOCK'S CREEK, S. C.
MIND YOUR OVVN BUSINESS.
IT ALLOO! my friend, it seems that you are an
IX express, from the rapidity of your speed ;
lave you heard the latest dispatch ? No, I have
lot heard any news, and I don't want to hear any
>f the kind tnat's out now?don't lay square on a
lelicate man's stomach. And I tell you, old coon,
f you live on such stuff, I would have you understand
that your humble servant has no appetite
'or big tics, little tics, dog tics, politics, nor any
ither Kind of gossip. I live by the "sweat of the
jrow," and I have earned some money by hard,
lonest labor, and now I am post-haste for the
'Old Plank Shanty," where I know I will get the
vhole worth of itall. I advise you to do likewise
ind not let everybody find you standing on the
oadside with your mouth gaped open, ready to
Irink in news, tales, lies, Nortn Carolina whisky
ind every other filth that happens along.
"RARA AVIS."
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSEST
210ME of the best you ever sopped. Come over
5 and get a "few'r to sweeten one side of your
lancakes on Sunday morning.
f. W. CARROLL.
IRISH POTATOES.
COME down in about ten days, and get some of
the best ever out before. " CHEAP JOE.
HANDSAWS^
A LOT of Handsaws and Axes, known as the
/X "champions" of the forest.
CHEAP JOE.
GARDEN SEEDS.
DAVID Landreth and Son's pure, fresh vegetable
Garden Seeds?never known to fail.
JOE CARROLL.
FIRE DOGS.
A FEW pairs of good Andirons and a nice nest
/x. of Wash Tubs?peculiarly adapted to the
Laundry. J. W. CARROLL.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
30UNTY OF 0HE8TER?OOUBT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Win. Harper Carter, as Executor of the last Will
and Testament of Churchill Carter, deceased,
Plaintiff, vs. J. T. Walker, Defendant.
To J. T. WALKER, Defendant in this action.
YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer
the complaint in this action, which is
iled in the office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas, for the said county, and to serve
i copy of your answer on the subscribers at their
ffiice, in Chester, within twenty days after the
iervico of this summons on you, exclusive of the
lay of service.
if you fail to answer this complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff will take judgment
igainst you for the sum of three hundred and
twelve dollars and fifty cents, with interest at the
rate of 12i per cent, per annum, from the 21st day
jf April, one thousandeight hundred and seventy
ind costs.
PATTERSON <fe GASTON,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
ro J. T. WALKER:
Take notice that the summons in this action, of
svhieh the foregoing is a copv, and the complaint
iii said action were filed in the office of the Clerk
}f the Court of Common Pleas, at Chester, in the
;ounty of Chester, in the State of South Carolina,
m the 19th day of December, 1871.
* PATTERSON <fc GASTON,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
January 11 2 6t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN^
30UNTY OF CHESTER?COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
3. Dawson Heath, Plaintiff, vs. J. T. Walker, Defendant.
To J. T. WALKER, Defendant in this action.
YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer
the complaint in this action, which is
iled in the office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas, for the said count}', and to serve
i copy of your answer on the subscribers at their
iffice, in Chester, within twenty days after the
tervice of this eviffihiops on yon, exclusive of the
lay of service,
If you fail to answer this complaint within the
,ime aforesaid, the plaintiff will take judgment
igainst you for the sum of Two Hundred Dollars,
ivithfinterest at the rate of 2i per cent, per month
from'the 14th day of March, one thousand eight
iundred and seventy and costs.
PATTERSON & GASTON,
Plaintiff's Attorneys,
To J. T. WALKER:
Take notice that the summons in this action, of
ivhich the foregoing is a copy, and the complaint
in said action were filed in the ofliee of the Clerk
if the Court of Common Pleas at Chester, in the
louuty of Chester, in the State of South Carolina,
in the 19th dav of December, 1871.
* PATTERSON A GASTON,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
January 11 2 Gt
TAN-BARK WANTED^
O/Y/Y CORDS of good Tan-Bark wanted, for
OUU which FIVE DOLLARS PER CORD
will be paid, if delivered at my tannery in Yorkville,
in good ordor. JOSEPH HEftNDON.
January 25 4 4t
j AUCTION SALES.
| SALE OF CHOSES IN ACTION.
|3 Y virtue of an order from Hon. W. M. THOM_D
AS, Judge 6tli Circuit, T will expose to Dublic
sale on the FIRST xMONDAY IN MARCH next,
the NOTES AND ACCOUNTS due Samuel G.
Poag, deceased. ANN II. POAG, Executrix.
February 15 7 3t
PUBLIC SALE.
I WILL sell at public auction, on the FIRST
MONDAY IN MARCH next, at Yorkviile,
| a tract of land containing about
THREE HUNDRED ACRES,
; belonging to the estate of John McKee, Sen., de- j
j ceased, lying in the Western part of York county, i
j bounded by lands of Samuel G. Brown, A. Rob- j
| ison and Wm. Love. j
Trnuu f! ASH
W. H. HARDIN, Administrator, j
i February 8 6 4t
j LAND FOR SALE.
THE Executors of Col. R. G. McCAW, de- I
ceased, will sell at YORK COURT HOUSE, I
; at public auction, on the
| FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH, NEXT,
i the following tracts of WOODLAND, situated !
! near Yorkville, viz : One tract containing 51 j
j Acres; one of 52 Acres ; one of 41 Acres; one of
' 50 Acres; one of 50 Acres, and one of 51 Acres, i
I Plats of same can be seen at the Oflicc of the un- j
! dersigned.
TERMS OF SALE,
j One-half of the purchase money, CASH?bal;
anee due and payable the 1st of January, 1873, i
. with interest from date, and secured by mortgage I
! of the premises purchased and two good sureties, j
1 Purchasers to pav for papers and stamps.
W. B. WILSON, Attorney for Executors,
j February 1 5 5t j.
j SALE OF LAND. !
BY order of the Judge of Probate of York ;
county, with the consent of the heirs-at-law i
I of the estate, as Executor of the Estate, I will sell |
' on the FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH, next, at!
i York Court House,
TWO TRACTS OF LAND
i belonging the estate of Charles Mcllwain, Sr.,
! deceased. One tract containing
I ONE HUNDRED A NINETY-NINE ACRES,
bounded by lands of B. F. Rawlinson, A. Adkins
and others.
One tract, whereon Wm. Adkins now lives,
bounded by lands of B. F. Rawlinson, F. H.
Brown, and others, containing
ONE HUNDRED ACRES.
To 1)0 sold on a credit of twelve months, the
purchasers giving bonds and good sureties, together
with a mortgage of the premises. A sufficiency
of cash will be requirea on day of sale to
pay costs of the proceedings.
C. P. SANDIFER, Surviving Executor.
February 8 G 4t
| JUDGE OF PROBATE'S SALE.
; John C. Russell, Applicant, against Nancy Rns|,
sell and others, heirs-at-law of W. D. Ru&sell,
deceased.? Summons in Partition.
BY virtue of an order from SAM'L B. HALL,
Judge of Probate for York county, I will expose
to public Bale, at York Court House, on the
FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH NEXT,
for partition and division among the heirs-at-law
of W? D. Russell, deceased, a tract of land situated
in said county, on the waters of Sugar Creek,
containing
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
more or less, bounded by lands-of Jasper Klmbrell,
J. C. Foster, L. N. Culp and others.
TERMS OF SALE.
Cash sufficient, on day of sale, to pay the cost
of these proceedings?the balance on a credit of
twelve months with interest from day of sale, secured
by the bond of the purchaser with approved
sureties and a mortgage of the premises, if
deemed necessary.
(89.00) R. H. GLENN, S. Y. C.
February 8 6 4t
JUDGE OF PROBATE'S SALE.
Hannah P. Spencer, against Martha Spencer and
others, heirs-at-law of Jesse Spencer, deceased?
Summons in Partition.
BY virtue of an order from SAM'L B. HALL,
Judge of Probate for York county, I will expose
to public sale, at York Court House, on the
FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH NEXT,
the real estate mentioned below, for partition and
division among the heirs-at-law of- Jesse Spencer,
deceased. "
A tract of land, known as the "bl*ffc jack" tract,
situate on the Landsford road, adjoining lands of
Rhoda Ferguson, John Rataree, Martha Spencer
onrl onnfoininrr
C411VI WiiVlOf V/W??VUtillllg
ONE HUNDRED & SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES,
more or less.
Also, a lot situated in the town of Rock Hill,
on the South-east side of the railroad track, bounded
by lots of Thomas L. Johnston and estate of
A. T. Black, containing
EIGHT-TENTHS OF AN ACRE,
more or less. On the lot is a small house.
Terms of Sale?CASH.
($9.75) R. H. GLENN, S. Y. C.
February 8 6 4t
SHERIFF'S SALES.
BY virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias, to me directed,
will be sold between the legal hours
of Sheriff's Sale, ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN
MARCH NEXT,
at York Court House, the following property, to
wit:
On Tuesday after?he flrst Monday in March
next, I will sell, at thai plantation of M. J. Watson,
situated on the HovtjI's Ferry Road, and 14 miles
west of Yorkville, <fne bay mule colt, two head of
cattle, 5 head of hoys, one old wagon, one lot of
corn, and one loto. fodder, levied on as the property
of M. J. Watson, at the suit of W. F. Dye
and Wando Manufacturing Company. (2.40
One tract of land, situated nine miles from
Yorkville, on Fishing Creek, bounded by lands of
E. R. Mills, S. M. Hanna, Mary Boggs and others,
levied on as the property of William Boggs, deceased,
at the suits of Mary Boggs, S. Sadler and
others. ($2.25
The house and lot in Yorkville, known as
"Rose's Hotel," bounded by lots of Dr. Alfred
Craven, estateofW.A. Latta, deceased,and Main
street, levied on as the property of W. E. Rose,
at the suits of Dr. Alfred Craven, Williams A
Williams, Administrators, and others. ($11,821
One house and lot in Ebenezerville, adjoining
lots of E. Avery and others, levied on as the property
of Mrs. Eliza M. Alston, at the suit of w. T.
Hall and others. ($40.48
$33- Terms invariably Cash?purchasers to pay
for papers and stamps. Purchasers who do not
comply with the terms of sale must expect the
property bid off by them to be advertised for resale
at their risk for the ensuing Sales-Day.
R. H. GLENN, S. Y. C.
February 8 f> 4t
JUDGE OF PROBATE'S SALE.
Joseph N. Steele, Applicant, against Robert A.
Steele and others, heirs-at-law of Samuel
Steele, deceased.? Summons in Partition.
BY virtue of an order from SAM'L B. HALL,
Judge of Probate for York county, I will expose
to public sale, at York Court House, on the
FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH NEXT,
the following described real estate, for the payment
of debts and for partition and division
among the heirs-at-law of Samuel Steele, deceased.
A tract of land, situate on Tool's Fork Creek,
containing
FIFTY ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
bounded by lands of William S. Moore, John R.
London and the homestead tract.
Also,, a tract of land, situated on Tool's Fork
Creek, containing
SIXTY-SIX ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
bounded by landsof James A. Gill, Wm. L. Robertson
and the homestead tract.
Also, the roversionary interest in the homestead
tract of
TWO HUNDRED AND TEN ACRES,
more or less, laid off to the widow as a homestead,
and bounded bv the tracts above described.
TERM'S OF SALE.
Cash sufficient on the day of sale, to pay tlie
costs of these proceedings, Also, one-sixth of the
balance of the purchase money. The remainder
payable at the expiration of twolve months, with
l interest from day of sale, secured by bond of the
j purchaser with approved sureties and a mortgage
I of the premises, it deemed necessary.
($13.50) R. H. GLENN, S. Y. C.
February 80 4t
JUST THINK OF IT.
MACHINEVwhkh
j wonder of the age Is known as the "AMERICAN
! BUTTONHOLE. OVERSEAMING AND SEWi
ING MACHINE," and we, as Ageuts for York
county, shall take pleasure to exhibit it at any
time. Prices the same as other first-class Machines.
We continue, also, to aot as Agents for the
MASON A HAMLIN ORGAN CO. Their InI
stmments have no superior for beauty, sweetness
| of tone and durability. And while they are indispensable
to Churches, Sunday-Sohools, itc..
they also afford to homes a rational pleasure, and
an easy means for developing musical talent that
no head of a family ought to neglect.
, At the same time we continue to perpetuate
I your beauty or ugliness, as the case mav bo, upon
Paper, Metal or Poroelean, by means of PHOTO1
GRAPH Y in all the various styles.
Yir? nAtif nn honfl q fino lnf nf T^.O
I HO iiaVO IIV/? Ull UM.IM M M..W two W.
SCOPIC VIEWS of the Yosemlte. Pacific Rail!
road, White Mountains, Ac.; also, nice ALBUMS,
all of which we offer at prices to suit the times.
J. R. SCHORB A SON.
! January 25 4 tf
i MILLER'S ALMANAC.
MILLER'S Planters' and Merchants' Almanac
for 1872, just received at the "Enquikbr
1 Office." Prico 10 cents.
J. H. ADAMS.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE,
J. H. ADAMS, Proprietor,
PRESENTS FOR 1872,
THE following articles, in Store and for sale
cheap, for Cash. All articles charged?10 per
cent added.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Heavy Black Crepe Coburgs, Superior Black
-ftstiibazine, Black and Colored Alpacas and
Black Lustres, Berege Veilings, all colors;
White Goods, all varieties; Bleached
T RfAurn QVionHncr atul
Shirting, Linen Sheeting and
Pillow Casings, Piques and
Printed Percales,
Hosiery, Gloves, Embroideries, Trimmings, Buttons,
Gimps, Braids, Tapes, Corsets, hipgored
; Cambrics, Crinolines, White Marsailles
Quilts, all sizes and prices;
Shawls, Cloaks, Wool Jackets,
Lace Curtains, Bonnets, Hats,
Ruches, Flowers, Ribbons,
Linen Sets?Cuffs and
Collars.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Salem and Kentucky Jeans,
Hand-Made Jeans and Linseys, Hats, Boots and
Shoes and Ready-Made Clothing.
HARDWARE & GLASSWARE.
Door Locks, Pad Locks, Closet Locks, Drawer
Locks, Chest Locks, Nail Hammers, Bench Axes,
Hatchets, Boy's Axes, Falling Axes, Gun Locks,
Percussion Caps, Table Cutlery, Pocket Knives,
Shears, Scissors, Stilettos, Hand Saws, Saw Handles,
Bench Screws, Chisels, Augers,. Auger Bits,
Plow Steel, Trace Chains, Corn Shellers, Straw
Cuttors, Grain Cradles, and Crockery and Glassware,
assorted.
GROCERIES.
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Rice, Spices, whole and
ground; Yeast Powders, Bread Preparation, Concentrated
Ley,Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Turpentine
and Kitchen Crystal Soap?the latter an indispensable
article.
A SPECIALTY.
All-wool Blankets, low for Cash.
The Proprietor of the OLD ESTABLISHED
HOUSE is grateful to his numerous friends and
customers for past favors, but earnestly desires
that all indebted PAY HIM.
FARMERS LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
Clover Seed, last vear's crop, in Store and for
sale cheap for Cash, at the "01(1 Established
House" of J. H. ADAMS.
CARROLL, CLARK & CO~
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.
IF you want to get Dr^ Goods and Groceries at
the lowest market price, go to the cheap Cash
Store of CARROLL, CLARK <ft CO.
CASH.
CARROLL, CLARK A CO. know they can afford
to sell Goods and Groceries lower for
Cash, than any concern can on credit. Try them.
HATS.
MEN'S Reaver, Felt, Brush, Fur, Cassimere
and Wool Hats, can be bought low, for cash
or barter, at CARROLL, CLARK A CO'S.
SHOES.
MILES' Cloth, Kid and Goat Shoes, for Ladies,
Misses and Children ; Porter, Day A Co's
Wax Brogans, for Children, Boys and Men, low
for the cash, at CARROLL, CLARK A CO'S.
HARDWARE.
CHISELS, Augers, Planes, Plane Bits, Anger
Bits, Draw Knives, Clawand Shoe Hammers,
Rim and Plate Locks. Rifle Wipers, Gun Locks,
Hammers, Tubes and Cylinders, can be found at
CARROLL, CLARK <fc CO'S.
TIN-WARE.
COFFEE POTS, Wash Basins, Strainer-Buckets,
Dish Pans, Brass and Tin Candlesticks,
for sale at the cheap cash Store of
CARROLL, CLARK A CO.
FILES.
MILL Saw and Wood Files, 12 and 14 inch
Horse Rasps, low for cash or barter, at
CARROLL, CLARK A CO'S.
CLOTHING.
T> EADY-MADE CLOTHING on hand, as low
Xt, as the lowest, at
CARROLL, CLARK <fe CO'S.
DOMESTIC.
PLAID Osnaburgs, Graniteville I and 4-4 Sheeting,
Bivingsville and Linebarger's Yarn, for
sale at CARROLL, CLARK A CO'S.
iron.
A FULL assortment of Northern Iron?such
as Wagon Tire, Buggy Tire, Scalloped Iron,
Horse-Shoe Iron, Wagon Boxes, Nail Rods, Horse
and Mule Shoes, Horse-Shoe Nails, and Plow
Steel always on liaDd and for sale at the cheap
Store of CARROLL, CLARK & CO.
JOHN C. KUYKENDALT"
lucerne.
THE great Grass of the South. Exactly adapted
to our climate and soil. Every "Farmer
should have a patch of it. A supply of the Seed
on hand at the York Drug Store.
JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
fresh garden seed.
FROM the "old established house" of D. Landreth
& Son. These seeds have stood the test
for 88 years, and to-day their reputation is untarnished.
A supply just received at the York Drug
Store. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
clover seed. &c. ~
PURE Red Clover Seed, Early Rose and Goodrich
Potatoes and Onion Sets, from the "old
established house." Just received at the York
Drug Store. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
catawba grape pills.
TTEM HOLD'S Catawba Grape Pills. The most
JnL delightful and pleasant purgative known.
They are composed of the Fluid Extract of Turkey
Rhubarb and Fluid Extract of Catawba
Grape Juice. Can be found at the York Drug
Store. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
drugs,&c.
PERSONS wanting Drugs, Chemicals, Paints,
Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
<fcc., can always rely on finding what they
want at the York Drug Store. The York Drug
Store is the place.
JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
coal oil.
k PURE article of Kerosine or Coal Oil always
A on hand. Also, a splendid assortment "of
Lamps and Lamp Goods. Buy what you want at
the York Dm# Store.
JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
THE LAST NOTICE
TTfTHICH we rise to explain." The business
TV of the late firm of KUYKENDAL &
TOMLINSON must be settled up. Those indebted
must come forward and settle at once. All
that do not respond to this last notice will be sued,
where there is the least prospect of being able to
make settlements by such a process.
JOHN C. KUYKENDAL,
Successor to Kuykendal & Tomlinson.
THE YORKVILLE BRANCH
of the
Banking Office Opposite the Store of J. H. Adams.
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received.
Interest allowed at the r?te of 7 per cent, per
annum on Certificate. ' Deposit, and
.0 per cent, compounded every
six months on accounts.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE " - COLUMBIA, S. C.
WM. MARTIN President.
JOHN B. PALMER, Vice-President.
A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier.
J. n. SAWYER, Ass't Cashier in general charge.
JOHN C. B. SMITH, Local Assistant Cashier.
Directors.?Wade Hampton, William Martin,
A. C. Haskell, F. W. McMaster, E. H. Hcinitsh,
John B. Palmer, Thos. E. Gregg, Columbia. J.
Eli Gregg, Marion. G. T. Scott, W. G. Mayes,
Newberry. B. H. Rutledgo, D. Ravenel, Jr.,
Charleston.
BRANCHES IN SOUTH CAROLINA :
Location. Local Ass't Cashiers.
Charleston, D. RAVENEL, Jr.
Orangeburg, J. II. FOWLES.
Sumter, J. W. DARGAN.
Spartanburg, JOEL FOSTER.
Newberry, T. S. DUNCAN.
Laurens, JOHN KYLE.
Abbeville, Hon. D. L. WARDLAW.
Camden W. D. McDOWELL.
Yorkville, W. B. METTS.
FINANCE COMMITTEE AT YORKVILLE.
B. T.WHEELER, J. H. ADAMS, Li. M. UK1ST.
SIGHT DRAFTS drawn on all the Branches
of the Bank in this State, and also on all the prominent
places In the United States and Europe.
Stocks, Bonds, Gold and Silver bought and
sold.
pS* Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
discount. W. B. METTS,
Assistant Cashier at Yorkville.
January 25 4 ly
APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE.
XTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
Executor of the estate of J. D. BARRY,
deceased, will make a final settlement of the said
estate, with the Judge of Probate of York County,
on the 19th day of February, next, when he will
apply for a final discharge from liability as Executor
of the said estate.
JAMES JACKSON, Executor.
January 18 3 5t*
1 CONNER, HOBBS & DOBSON. I
| = = . | R^
"removal. t]
WE having purchased the entire stock of ..?;
Messrs. KERR <k ROACH, beg leave to HV
inform our friends that we have removed to the !
old stand of J
mr. b. t. wheeler, II
recently occupied by Messrs. KERR <fe ROACH, no
where we will be pleased to see our friends ana the
customers. We have a stock of Ner
good buggies, carriages, m?3
PIIEATONS, SULKIES, and almost everything R
' else in the Carriage line. Our prices will be
i reasonable, and work Infl
as good as the best. infl
REPAIRING done at short notice and in a
! workmanlike manner, and Son
at living prices. h
j We have employed the best workmen, and will
; use the best material, and will try to make it a xtm
j first-class
carriage factory. a*j
We return our thanks to our friends and the
Cublie generally, for the very liberal patronage ?.1
estowcd upon us in the past, and hope to merit a T
j continuance of the same in the future. We ask .
' our dear friends who are in arrears with us
to call and settle Dyi
at once, as we will need every dollar due us, to
carry on our business. We hope no one will ask T
us to sell our work on time, as we are not able to wa.l
sell on Credit and carry on our business. ^at
repair or finished work Bit)
will, positively, not be allowed to leave the Shop
[ UNTIL PAID FOR. Please bear this in mind F
| for we mean what we say, and say what we mean. m/.
We wish a happy and prosperous year to every- j*
i body.
I COUNTRY PRODUCE p
i of all kinds will lie taken in exchange for work. RA
CONNER, HOBBS A DOBSON. botl
STRICTLY CASH STORE" Cf
Strc
* . ai
M. STRAUSS & SON, p,ei
Yorkville, S. C.
5
WE have determined to make YORKVILLE
our future home, and to establish a HO r
STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS. Z
weij
T<- do this, we will endeavor to sell our
Goods at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES, I
of tl
And not be undersold in any up-country market. uia
Our stock will consist, for the present, of a good CPr*
assortment of Qfa
my hp nm noons. ?
7 Aci
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, m
NOTIONS, SC., &c:m
Our Senior has had an experience of over thirty
years in selling Goods?both wholesale and re- grj
tail?in the State of South Carolina. We bought
our Goods low from the best houses, and have js y
made arrangements to receive wj1,
NEW GOODS WEEKLY. thh!
pri<
QUICK SALES & SHORT PROFITS, S
IS OUR MOTTO.
TO TJbJLJbJ OAJ9B: BU YJJR. PI
Bald wi n says: "The cash buyer is a close buy- per
er. Needs no patting on the back; has a keen gur
scent for bargains; patronizes the houses which 8tr?
sell for cash exclusively and have no "dead head" dis<
accounts for him to contribute toward paying; ney
appreciates fair dealing; is a living advertisement gtip
for the house he buys of, and will always be sure Bill
to direct his friends there." Boi
par We are not accustomed to offer a few articles nal
low as bite*, but offer each and every article we cur
keep as an inducement. Comeand see us and ex- mil
amine our stock and prices. A
M. STRAUSS & SON, the
In the Rawlinson Hotel Building. prj(
October 12 41 tf b
? to I
ALLISON & BRATTON.
jl
? - ?Tsn/%vrrt n* W"W W~% ?
MlStELLAflJ^UIJIS JEilJlAIlig.
ELIXIR Bromide Potash, Elixir Calisaya, Iron
and Bismuth, Elixir Chloral Hydrate, Elixir n
Cinchona, Iron and Strychnia, Elixir Valerianate J
of Ammonia, Elixir Valerianate of Ammoniate, pri
Iron and Strychnie, Elixir of Pepsin, Strychnia
and Bismuth, Ferrated ; Elixir Ferrophosphated "IT*
Gentian, Elixir Rhei and Columbo, Elixir Wine JCi
of Wild Cherry,Elixir Quinine,Iron and Arsenic, Cor
Elixir Black Cohosh, Selibrile Elixir Ergot, Sell- cell
brile Elixir Wormseed, Elixir Rhubarb and Mag- Ii
nesia, Elixir Buchu, Elixir Buchu and Fareira Cor
Brava, Selibrile Elixir Juniper Berries, Pepsin izer
and Pancreated Preparations, Cod Liver Oil Pan- pot
creatized, Elixir Wine Calisaya, Elixir Tarraxa- pric
cum Compound, all of which were manufactured rea<
at the well-known establishment of Reed, Cam- of r
rick A Andrus, Manufacturing Chemists, and for T
sale cheap, for the cash, by her*
ALtlSON A BRATTON. ten<
NEW AND DURABLE. ml
SOMETHING New and Durable. Time. Money
and Labor Saved. French Oil Polish for '"r
Carriages, Buggies, Harness, Boots and Shoes, and Plai
all kinds of Leather. Manufactured by S. Ein- at a
stein A Co., Tanners and Carriers, and for sale P?"
cheap, by ALLISON A BRATTON, [hat
Sole Agents for York county, S. C. *tva
_ fror
MONEY! MONEY!! soil
THOSE indebted to us are requested to call at catl'
once and settle their Accounts. We pay
cash for our Goods, and therefore, those who ouy ?
from us surely cannot ask, nor expect, longer in- "
diligence. No more credit in this establishment. -.
Therefore, don't ask it.
ALLISON A BRATTON.
GARDEN SEEDS. *"
* r< a WTntrTTT. onil waII qplpoted varietv of Gar- D i
A. den Seeds, from the old established "house of *" ""
Robert Buist, for sale, for the cash, by
ALLISON <fe BRATTON. A (
CLOVER SEED.
A LOT of Clover Seed on hand and for sale at
the Drug Store of ' ' (
ALLISON A BRATTON.
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SELLING OFF AT COST, f
prei
BRATTON, MASON & WITHERS ?*
HAYING determined to close up their busi- *
ness, oiler their entire Stock of Goods
AlT COST
FOR CASH AND CASH ONLY. ent<
The Stock is new, was selected with great care,
and embraces F
DRY GOODS,
of every description;
BOOTS AND SHOES, D
HATS AND CAPS, SA
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY, &C.
THE ENTIRE STOCK, Si
without reservation, will be sold
. ? m-rTTATnr nAomnnTATio !
AT Al L H I UJtiJL ljVVI r jaicj&o, q
with freight added, and an excellent opportunity
is afforded COUNTRY MERCHANTS to replen- T;
ish their Stocks FR:
ON VERY ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. gjj
A
All persons indebted to us $re earnestly requestod
to come forward and make PROMPT PAYMENT,
as the business must be closed up without TT
delay. ?|
BRATTON, MASON & WITHERS. unt
VolSTATE
OF SOUTH CAROLINA, JoU
Yorlt County. ac.
WHEREAS S. S. SMITH has applied to She
me for Letters of Administration, on all and lets,
singular, the goods and chattels, rights and cred- Hoi
its of ANDREW N. SMITH, late of the county call
aforesaid, deceased. Is a
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish alland
singular, the kindred and creditors of the said de- N
ceased, to be and appear before me, at our next
Judcre of Probate's Court for the said County, to be CC
holden at York Court House on the 2JST DAY OF fll
FEBRUARY next, to shew cause, if any, why X
the said Administration should not be granted. ton,
Given under my hand and Seal, this 31st day of PA'
January, in the year of onr Lord one thousand pan
eight hundred and seventy-two, and in the 96th LLJ
year of the Independence of the United States of in (
America. S. B. HALL, Phc
Judge of Probate.
February 8 0 2t Ji
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wenty drops in half a tumbler of water will,
i few moments, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
mach, Heartburn. Sick Headache, Diarrhoea,
jenterv, Colic, Wind in the Bowels, and all Inlal
Pains.
ravelers should always carry a bottle of Radr's
Ready Relief with them. A few drops in
er will prevent sickness or pains from change
vater. It is better than French Brandy or
(era as a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
EVER AND AGUE cured for fifty cents.
>re is not a remedial agent in this world that
I cure Fever and Ague, and all other Malari,
Bilious, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow and other
rers, (aided bv Rauway's Pills') so quick as
?? T1TIT T15TI rliAn
UWAI'S KftAI/I nriUirjr rnwjr ucuto p7i
fle.
HEALTH i BEAUTY!!
>ng and Pare Rich Blood?Increase of Flesh
id Weight?Clear Skin and Beautiftil Comcion
secured to all.
?:o:
SB. BADWAY'S
iARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT
i made the most astonishing cures; so quick,
apidare the changes the body undergoes, unthe
influence of this truly wonderful medi>,
that every day an increase in flesh and
ght is seen and felt.
THE GEEAT BLOOD PDBIFIER.
'very drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN REjVENT
communicates through the Blood,
?t, Urine, and other fluids and juices of the
tern the vigor of life, for it repairs the wastes
lie body with new and sound material. Scrof,
Syphilis, Consumption, Glandular disease, 177i
in the Throat, Mouth, Tumors, Nodes in the
nds and other parts of the system, Sore Eyes,
imorous dischargesfrom the Ears, and the worst
ns of Skin diseases, Eruptions, Fever Sores,
Id Head, Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
le, Black Spots, Worms in the Flesh, Tumors,
icers in the Womb, and all weakening and paindischarges.
Night Sioeats, IjOss of Sperm and
wastes gi the life principle, are within the cur arange.of
this wonderof Modern Chemistry, and
cw days' use will prove to any person using it
"" * '* "* hammi
cither oj thesejorma uj ui??mc m yvi.*.,**
ure them,
DNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
nary and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
>psy, Stoppage of Water,Incontinence of Urine,
ght's Disease, Albuminuria, and in all cases
are there are brick dust deposits, or the water
tiick, cloudy, mixed with substances like the
Ite of an egg, or threads like white silk, or
re is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance, and
ite bone-dnst deposits, and when there is a
iking, burning sensation when passing water,
! pain in the Small of the Back and along the
ns.
DR. RADWAY'S
SRFECT PURGATITE PILL,
fectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
n, will purge, regulate, purity, cleanse, and
ingthen. Rad way's Pills, for the cure of all
jraers of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kid's,
Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Headache, Conation,
Costiveness, Indigestion, Dyspesia,
iousness, Bilious Fever, Inflammation- of the
vela, Piles, and all Derangements of the InterViscera.
Warranted to eftect a permanent
e. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury,
lerals or deleterious drugs.
. few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free
system from all the above named disorders,
co 25 cents per Box. Sold by Druggiats.
ead "False and True." Send one letter-stamp
IADWAY & CO., No. 87 Maiden Lane, New
rk. Information worth thousands will be sent
rou.
ane 29 20 ly
SOLUBLE.
PACIFIC GUANO.
ce 945 Cash, with Usnal Advance for Time.
XPERIENCE in the Use of this Guano for
the pastsix years in this State, for Cotton and
n, has so far established its character for exence
as to render comment unnecessary.
i accordance with the established policy of the
npany to furnish the best Concentrated Fertilat
the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano is
into market this season at the above reduced
re, which the Company is enabled to do by
on of its large facilities and the reduced cost
nanufhcture.
he supplies put into market this season are, as
etofore, prepared under the personal superinlence
of Dr. St. Julien Ravenel, Chemist of
Company, at Charleston, S. C., hence, planters
7 rest assured that its QUALITY AND COM3ITI0N
is precisely the same as that heretoi
sold. At the present low price every acre
ited can be fertilized with 200 pounds Gnano
cost, not exceeding the present value of 80
nds of cotton, while experience has shown
; under favorable conditions of season and culHon
the crop is increased by the application
n two to threefold the natural capacity of the
, Hence, under no conditions could its applion
fail to compensate for the outlav. Applv to
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
68 East Bay and Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
NO. S. REESE <fe CO., General Agents.
W. H. McCORKLE, Yorkville, 8. C.,
Agent for York County.
ecember21 51 3nt
LCIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMPOUND
JID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR .
70MP0STING WITH COTTON SEED.
ce 925 Cash, with Usual Advance for Time.
Ens Article is prepared under the superintendence
of Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL ex?ly
for composting with cotton seed. It was
oduced by the company two years ago, and its
has fully attested its value. 200 to 250 pounds
his article per acre, properly composted with
8ame weight of cotton seed, ftarnishes the
iter with a FERTILIZER of the highest exence
at the smallest cost. A compost prepared
h this article, as by printed directions furnislicontains
all the elements of fertility that can
jr into a first-class FERTILIZER, while its
aomy must commend its liberal use to plantor
supplies aud printed directions for compost,
apply to J. N. ROBSON;
rnt Pacific Guano Company, No. 68 East Bay
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE & CO., General Agents.
W. H. McCORKLE, Yorkville, S. C.,
Agent for York Coudty.
ecember 21 51 3m
7E YOUR MONET AND GET THE BEST.
(j IF you want good, dudp>
-fWrfy/ rable SHOES, go to the
Yorkville SHOE AND
BOOT Manufacturing
Establishment and get
them made to order, or
buy them ready-made,
*f on hand. I* not on
hand, they will be made
.. up at the shortest notice,
lie undersigned has always on hand a stock of
ENCH AND AMERICAN CALF-SKINS,
) and Upper Leather, and a general assortment
iHOE FINDINGS, which he will sell low for
h. F. CHRISTMAN, Agent,
uguet 17 38 tf
wmtt nr\r*t?c
HJCi Y1 UUUJUSt
JST received a new and beautiful assortment
of MILLINERY, consisting of trimmed and
rimmed Hats and Bonnets, French Flowers,
vets, Ribbons, Laces, Satins, Crapes, Ac., real
imitation Hair Goods, of the latest styles;
s, Puffs, Braids, Chatelaines, Switches, Curls,
Jewelry in new and beautiful designs, Jet,
11, Gilt, Enamel and Silver, in sets, ana Brace,
Fancy Goods, in China Ornaments, Toys,
Is, Tea Sets, Furniture, Ac., to which I would
the attention of Ladies generally. All I ask
call after looking elsewhere.
E. DICKENSON, Agent,
ovember 30 48 3t
1MMERCIAL FERTILIZERS.
HE undersigned announces to the public, that
he is the Agent of J. N. ROBSON, of Charles,
for the Sale in York county, of SOLUBLE
CIFIC GUANO, and the Pacific Guano Comy's
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE OF
JE. The price of the Soluble Pacific Guano,
Charleston, is $45 per ton, Cash, and the Acid
>sphate of Lime, $26 per ton, in Charleston.
W. H. McCORKLE, Agent,
intiary 18 3 tf

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