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administration, reconstruction policy and tl
relations of the races, and Mr. Corbin spol
as follows:
"The ku-klux spirit has entirely died ou
and organizations for the purpose of obtainir
political control of affairs by force have ceas?
to exist This is due alone to the prompt a
tion of President Grant in dealing strong!
with the evil in such a manner as to enab
the courts to annihilate it. The convictic
of a large number of this secret organizatic
was the death blow to anything of a simih
nature and purpose in South Carolina,
better feeling exists between the races to-da
than has existed at any time since reconstru
tion. Things generally are seeking the
- level, and there is a more general and int
mate exchange of opinions without the au
mosities between the races that have uutil r
cently characterized their political iutercoure
Although much has been said of the feeling <
caste that exists between the blacks and tl
mulattoes by people at the north, we do n<
lay any great stress upon the fact so far as ot
political situation may be affected. It araoun
n nntkin^ T? io flia mlliaa ruaptl?D9 (\f SOFT
"V UUblllUg. AV IO bltv VMUWV| I^ViUM^w, v ?
local had feeling, but so far as the general si
uation is concerned, it has no bearing at all,
At this point Mr. Corbin again, touche
upon the dissensions in the dominant part;
saying:
"As I have said, the only drawback f
present is on account of the jealousy of tb
masses headed by a few prominent republ
cans, who see in the reform movement the d
version from them of what has been in time
past their only support and means of gettin
office. Corrupt and incompetent officia
have been removed and brought to an a<
count, and their places supplied with trus
worthy men. Of course this has caused muc
complaint and opposition, for in many ii
stances the officers thought themselves beyon
the reach of power, and believed the offic(
belonged to them as their reward for intrigu
and political services in the several counti<
in connection with preceding administration
These polical tricksters have found out tbs
it is useless to hope to continue in offices tbs
they have defiled, and that honesty and con
petency are the requisites. Another cause c
complaint with the discontented is that th
Governor, when unable to find suitable men i
the republican ranks, has selected them fror
the other side for local offices. These instai
ces are not, however, over common, and the
are approved of by thoughtful, sober-minde
republicans. The time is fast passing awa
when any corrupt and venal officer can bas
the tenure of his office upon his shrewdness c
financial ability to control the more ignoran
portion of the masses. Fitness for the posi
tion and the removal of those who have pros
tituted their offices are the rules now. and a
a consequence the party is again assuming
respectable standing."
Mr. Corbin was questioned regarding na
tional politics and the presidential candicac}
and answered :
"In regard to national politics there is
remarkable apathy. The people general 1;
are for President Grant, and it is doutful i
any selection could be made that would sui
the majority as well. They know that he ha
come to the rescue when it was feared tha
the iutents and purposes of the constitutiona
amendments were about to be irretrievabl;
robbed of all their force, and they know fur
ther that he is not to be hoodwinked by anj
specious pleas of cliques, local or general.
Ultimately, Mr. Corbin touched upon th
currency question, and during his remarks h
said :
"The majority of the white population, th
business portion, desire more currency, anc
will probably join issue on this subject. Ther<
is, however, a large and influential class wh<
are in favor of a gradual contraction of tin
currency and return to a specie basis. Thi
feeling prevails that any sudden movement it
that direction would bring with it great dis
aster to trade and much suffering among th<
people. Itcaunot be doubted by any reason
able man that there will be any sound con
duct of husiuess of any kind or substantia
prosperity until a firm and sure bottom is laic
from which to build up."
"How about the Vice-Presidency?"
"From what I know of the South, I do no
believe any claim for the Vice-Presidency wil
be urged. It is too early for that. The sam
reports that are now in circulation were startei
four years ago. They do not amount to any
thing."
jfutancial aab Commercial.
YORKVILLE, September 8.?Cotton?Ex
treines 104 to 124 cents.
CHARLOTTE, September0.?The demand fo
cotton last week from local spinners was (roodmiddling
134 5 low middling, 131; good ordinary
128 ; and lower grades at 9(5,12.
Country Flour, $3.25(^$3.50 per sack; Corn
75(a)80 cents bushel ; Meal, 90 cents bushel
NEW YORK, September 0.?Cotton steady
.Sales 1,254 bales, at 145(^15. Futures closei
steady, with sales of 10,500 bales as follows: Sep
tember, 13 11-16(5)13 23-32; October, 135-16; No
vember, 131; December, 131; January, 13 11-32
February, 134(5)13 17-32; March, 13 11-16(5,1
23-32 ; April, 132(5)13 29-32; May, 14 1-10(5)14 3-32
Tiino 144Yni1.1 ?.:*> .Tnlv U 7.1fi(mU is.:w- An
gust , 153fal5 11-1(3.
CHARLESTON, Septenil>er 6.?Cotton tjuiel
Middling, [email protected]?; low middling, 139; gooi
ordinary, 13.
Comparative Cotton Statement.
NEW YORK, September 3.?Tho following i
the comparative cotton statement for the thre
days ending to-day: 1875. 1874.
Receipts at all ports for the week 4,182 5,5(3
Exports 2,387 65
Stock at all United States ports 08,421 107,(ki
Stock at interior towns 7,841 17,t>0
Stock at Liverpool, 828,000 890,00
American afloat for Great Britain, 14,y00 20,00
CHESTER MARKET REPORT.
corrected weekly by the board of trad*
CHESTER, S. C., September 6, 1875.
Cotton?Middling, @ 12
Low Middling, fa 12
Good Ordinary, fa 11
Bacon?C. R. Sides 15? fa 1(3
Bulk C. R. Sides, 15 (a) 15
Shoulders, fa 12
Uncanvassed Hams, (a) 18
Canvassed Hams, @ 20
Lard?p* lt?., fa 20
Butter? f* !t>., fa 20
Eoos?"p* dozen, fa 20
Candles?Wax, ih @ so
Sperm, p* 11)., fa 50
Adamantine, "-9 ft., 20 fa 25
Coffee?Old Government Java, 40 fa 45
Rio, 25 fa 30
Suoar?A 12J fa 14
Extra C, 12 fa 13
Crushed, 15 fa 16
Granulated, 13 (a; 15
Corn?p? bushel fal 15
Oats?bushel, fa 80
Flour?Family, p* sack fa5 00
Extra," *}& sack, (it4 50
Super, pi sack, fa4 00
Hay?Timothy, @2 00
North Carolina, fa) I 50
Iron?Bar (3 fa 7
Swedes, 9 @ 10
Mountain Moulds, 7 fa 8
Mackerel?Kits, No. 1, 2 50 fa)2 75
" 44 2, 2 00 fa 2 25
Molasses?New Orleans, *}? gal?bbl fa 90
44 44 " 41 retail,... fal 00
Muscovado, 44 44 bbl @ 65
" " retail,... yu, m
Syrup, gal.?bhl fi$ 50
44 " 41 retail, fig 00
Nails?10*1 to 60d "}A keg, 5 50 fitfi 00
4d to 8d ~(i? keg, 0 50 fit 7 00
Oils?Kerosine, ~p? gallon, fit 50
Train, 44 44 figl 25
Linseed, 44 44 1 15 fail 25
Lubricating44 44 1 25 fit I 50
Shirting?Brown, p? vard, ;....{> (a) 11
4-4 44 * 44 lit fit 12
Osnaburgs 44 44 15 fig IS
Prints, 44 44 10 fig 12
Yarn?bunch, figl 50
Kick?f* tt> (a; 12
Potatoes?Irish?North Carolina fitl 00
Sweet figl 50
Stkel?Plow V lb., 10 (m 11
Cast, 44 44 25 (3) 30
Salt?sack, fiu2 00
Bagging?Domestic, ^ yard, fig 18
Borneo 44 44 fig 18
Dundee 44 44 fig 14
Ties?H* lt?., @ 8
Financial.
NEW YORK, September 6.?Gold, 14$.
Special ftoficts.
Religions Notice.
There will be preaching at Tirzah Church oi
next Sabbath, 12th instant. The congregatioi
will come prepared to raise the annual contribu
tion. R. LATHAN.
September 9 36 It
le August Flower. . .
ie The most miserable beings in the world are
those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Coin- I
It, ! P,ainti
More than seventy-five por cent, of the people
' in the United States are aiHicted with these two
I diseases and their effects, such as Sour Stomach,
(V
. i Sick Headache, Habitual Costiveness, Palpitation
y j of the Heart, Heart-burn, Water-brash, gnawing
le 1 and burning pains at the pit of the Stomach, Yelm
i low Skin, Coated Tongue and disagreeable taste
in the mouth, coming up of food alter eating, low
! spirits, <fcc. Go to the York Drug Store and get
*r a 75 eent Bottle, or a Sample Bottle for 10 cents.
A. Trv it Two doses will relieve you.
June 17 24 eawly
? HYMENEAL.
! Marrikd?At the residence of the bride's father,
in this county, on the 2d instant, by trial jus
e- ticeJ.J. L. Gill, Mr. SHUFORD MAYBIN, of
e. I Cleveland county, N. C., and Miss 1IATTIE E.
Qr j MoCARTER, of York county.
j In Pike county, Alabama, on the 2<ith ultimo,
>e | bv Rev. A. Brown, Mr. IVERSON SEALY, of
3t Pike county, Alabama, and Miss PAULINA ;
,r KIRK PATRICK, formerly of York county, S. 0. !
,e OBITUARY."
?? Died?In Marshal county, Mississippi, on the
\ i 28th ultimo, Mr. JOHN E. BURRIS, formerly of
^ j York county, S. C., aged 22 years 11 months and
f, 7 days.
~ -.u TITTTA T? A (lonoMfir nf !
un inu <111 U1LI11IW, Iiuuin u, n,, u?ue...v. ...
^ Robert J. and Nancy S. Love, aged 7 years and 9
months.
'? "From adverse blasts and lowering storms,
i- Her favored soul He bore ;
j. And with yon bright, angelic forms,
She lives, to die no more."
Near Rich Hill, in Chester county, at the resig
denee of J. A. Deal, on Thursday morning, 2fith
Is of August, SAMUEL BROWN, son of W. R. and
E. A. Davis, aged three years and ten months.
" It has pleased God in His wisdom to remove
hinr from us ; and he is now united with his dear
h brother and sister in the presence of the Lamb,
j. He will have an eternal existence of bliss unini
terrupted; and now is free from sin and sorrow.
" "God forbids his longer stay,
}S God recalls the precious loan ;
e God hath taken him away,
From our bosom to his own.
a Surely what He wills is best,
8. Happy in His will we rest. S.
it Mrs. DINAH THOMAS was born in Mon.*
mouthshire, South Wales, in 1831; was married
to Edward Thomas, in 1849; died in Yorkvillo, S.
'* C., August 24, 1875.
>f In presenting this tribute to lier memory, it bee
comes us but briefly to review her virtues. Her
worth is fittingly demonstrated by the devotion
n of her husband and children during life, and the
n manifestation of heart-rending sorrow, testifying
to the irreparable loss they had sustained by her
death.
J That mother cannot have lived in vain who has
d become the central object of love, obodience and
? esteem in the family circle. Living to meet its
* wants, to aid the husband and train the children
e for time and eternity, she so fulfilled her trust as
>r to bind them with cords of affection so strong that
t death itself could not break them. Called away
before her wish was gratified in seeing thorn atl"
tain to manhood and womanhood, with Christian
t- resignation, she yielded all to God, bequeathing
a her teachings and example, humbly praying that
they might prove sufficient for victory" over all
a evil. May they prove faithful to a mother's rich
CSU legncjr .
k. During the ministry of Rev. A. H. Lester at
r Yorkville, in 185(3, she connected herself with the
? Methodist Episcopal Church, South, remaining in
its communion until her death. Devotion to the
a church and her pastor, constituted her characteristics
in the Divine life. Before the fatal hour was
t come, she expressed her readiness for the change
if awaiting her. The large concourso attending the
t funeral, bore testimony to the esteem in which
she was held by the community, as well as sympathy
to the sorely bereaved. May God's blessing
t rest upon them eVermore.
J J. WALTER DICKSON.
y Mrs. M. IDA JONES, daughter of D. T. and
Amanda Byers, was born November 23d, 1852, and
died August 12th, 1875, aged 23 years 3 months and
J 11 days. It is painful to chronicle the departure
of one who had just reached the goal of life.
Four years ago, she assumed the sacred oUligae
tions of church membership, shortly after theeve
idence of divine acceptance was received. Less
than a year ago she stood at Hymen's altar a
blooming bride, and gave her heart and hand to
j one who was to be her companion for life. Thus
1 surrounded, it would seem hard to sever the ties
at..Dnt fa Knt* thn ofrurn] nf
0 UliU UUUIIU uu1 iu du bll. liUb w uci kiiv v/t
the dread messenger produced no alarm. The
gloom which bis presence oreated was only felt by
e those she left behind. Her philosophy not only
e equipped her for life, but prepared her for death.
At 3 o'clock 011 the morning of the 12th instant,
weeping friends stood around her dying bed ; the
- pall of darkness shrouded theland; the moon had
? gone down in the West; the stars shone dimly
from their stations on high ; the lamps shed oh
the tables a sickly glare; no sign of Aurora an*
peared in the East. Oh! it was more than night
1 to all but her, who exclaimed: "Mother, Aunt
j Belle, the day is breaking!" To her the day
opening from on high had come. "There shall be
no night in Heaven." "At eventide it shall be
light," said the prophet. May her kindred and
. friends imitate her virtues and meet her in
Heaven.
? "The Christian dies as sits the morning star,
e Which goes not down at noon,
j Nor hides behind the western hills,
But melts away into the light of Heaven."
- L. A. J.
? at private sale.
HOUSEHOLD and Kitchen Furniture. Anply
to Rev. H. R. DICKSON.
September 9 36 tf
_ for sale:
A 45 SAW COTTON GIN, 2nd hand, and in
good order. Apply to J. E. JEFFERYS.
~ September 9 36 tf
"wanted.
i* A HEALTHY White Woman, as wet nurse.
J\_ Apply at this office.
September 9 36 tf
WANTED,
SEVERAL energetic young men, to sell the
WHEELER it WILSON SEWING MA->
CHINE. For terms, &c.., address
' J. H. TRUMP, General Agent,
Augusta, Ga.
h September f) 30 3t
IX BANKRUPTCY.
In the District Court of the United States for the
District of South Carolina.
8 In the Matterof I T? uani.r,,nt??
e J. R. CASTLES, Bankrupt. ) In BiinkruPtoy0
VfOTICE is hereby given that A GENERAL
~ MEETING of the Creditors of the above'
named Bankrupt, will be held before William I.
1 Clawson. Esq., Register in Bankruptcy of said
'' Court, in his office at Yorkville, South Carolina,
Jj on the 23d day of September, 1875, for the purpose
" of declaring a Dividend of the Bankrupt's estate,
and for the other purposes named in the twentyseventh
section of the Bankrupt Act of March 2,
~ 1SG7. J. H. CLAWSON, Assignee.
_ Septembers 36 2t
j STATEDF SOUTH CAROLINA,
j York County.
i To James Merritt and others, legal heirs and representatives
of Sarah Merritt, who died intes1
tate. Greeting:
i \TOU are hereby required to appear at the Court
X of Probate,' to be holden at York Court ,
House, for York county, on the 8th day of November,
Anno Domini, 1875, to show cause, if any
you can, why the real estate of Sarah Merritt, deceased,
situate in said county, on the East side of
Catawba river, bounding on lands of R. S. Warren,
T. C. Crook, Archibald Graham, and Robert
* timer, Known as uie noinesieauoi oarau .uerriu,
defeased, and containing one hundrod and fifty
acres, should not hesold for partition amongst tho
hoirs-at-law of the said Sarah Merritt, deceased,
(liven under my hand and seal, this 29th day of
June, 1875.
JOSEPH A. McLEAN, Judge of Probate.
September 9 SO tit
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
York County.
WHEREAS B. R. MILLER has applied to 1
me for Letters of Administration, with the
Will annexed, on all and singular the goods and
chattels, rights and credits of JOEL S. BARNKTT,
late of tho 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 J udge of Probate's Court, for the said county,
to be holden at York Court House, on the 24th
DAY OF SEPTEMBER instant, to shew cause, if
any, why the said Administration should not be j
granted.
Given under my hand and Seal, this 1st day of j
September, in the year of our Lord, one thou- |
sand eight hundred and seventv-tive, and in the j
100th year of the Independence of the United '
States of America. j
JOSEPH A. McLEAN,
Judge of Probate.
September 9 JO 2t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN A,
\ | York County.
" j HEREAS, T. W. CAMPBELL has applied
4 f y to me tor issuers 01 Administration on all
I and singular, the goods and chattels, rights and 1
I credits of EDWARD T. BRANDON, late of the i
I county aforesaid, deceased. :
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and !
j singular, the kindred and creditors of the said de- I
] <-eased, to be and appear before me at our next <
| Judge of Probate's Court for the said oounty, to be
i li olden at York Court House on the 24th DAY OF
| SEPTEMBER, instant, to shew cause, if any, why 1
- i the said Administration should not be granted,
(riven under my hand and Seal, this fitli day of
September, in the year of our Lord one tliou
j sand eight hundred and seventy-live, and in the
loath year of the Independence of the United i
| Statesof America. JOSEPH A. McLKAN,
Judge of Probate, i
j September It .'Mi 2ti: j ;
RED RUST PROOF OATS FOR SALE.
!l inn BUSHELS REI) RUST PROOF OATS
HIU for sale at $1.00 per bushel. Also, loo
" bushels NORWAY OATS, at $1.00 per bushel.
Applvto T. W. CLAWSON,
July 30 tf
AUCTION SALES.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
Ill the District Court of the United States for tin
District of South Carolina.
In the Matter of |T p.?i,,im.n..
J. D. SMARR, Bankrupt, j In Bankruptcy.
BY virtue of an order from Hon. George S
Bryan, Judge of the Court aforesaid, I wil
expose "to publicsale at York Court House, on th<
FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER, NEXT,
the Homestead belonging to said Bankrupt's es^
tate, situate in York county, containing
375 ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
and hounded by lands of Richard Thomson, Bar
ney Brannon, <r. L. McNeil, and others.
Terms?CASH. Purchaser to pay for papers
J. H. CLAWSON, Assignee.
September 9 36 4t
UNITED STATE'S" IN T. REVENUE SALE
COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, 1
3D DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA, J
Columbia, September 8th, 1875. J
THE following described property having beer
seized for violation of the Internal Revenue
Laws, and forfeited to the United States, will b<
sold at public auction, to the highest bidder, al
Yorkvilie, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
1875, to wit:
1 BARREL, 25 GALLONS WHISKY, sei7.ee
from W. E. Y. Estes.
18 BOXES, 1800 CIGARS, seized from A. Gobi
smith.
1 STILL AND CAP, 2 KEGS-30 GALLONS
WHISKY, seized from Oliver Jenkins.
L. CASS CARPENTER,
Collector, 3d District, S. C.
September 9 36 It
JUDGE OF PROBATE^S~SALR
Rufus Sydney Adams, v.i. Rebecca Kord aim otners,
neirs-at-law of David A. Adams, deceased,
Order for Side.
BY virtue of an order from Joseph A. McLean,
Judge of Probate for York county, T will expose
to public sale at York Court House, on tin
FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER, NEXT,
a tract of land situated in said county, on the waters
of Beaver Dam Creek, adjoining lands ol
John B. Adatns, Robert T. Smith, David J. Jackson
and others, and containing
TWENTY-SEVEN AND A HALF ACRES,
more or less. The said tract of land belonging to
the estate of David A. Adams, deceased, and to be
sold for partition amongst his heirs-at-law.
TERMS OF SALE.?CASH.
Should the terms of sale not be complied with
the property will be re-advertised to bo re-sold al
at the risk of the former purchaser, on the next
sales-day. ($8.25) R. H. GLENN, S. Y. C.
September 9 3C st
JUDGE OF PROBATE'S SALEi
South Carolina?-York County.
Joseph W. Mullinax, Petitioner, against Thomas
Mullinax and others, Defendants.?Order for
Sale.
t*Y virtue of an order, to me directed bv the
u Hon. Joseph A. McLean, Jiidge of Pro'bate,
I will expose for sale at York Court House, between
the legal hours of sale, on the
FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER, NEXT,
all that parcel of land situated on King's Creek,
in this county, containing
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN ACRES,
more or less, being the tract conveyed by Alfred
Stilwell, S. Y. D., to John (J. Mullinax, (now doceased)
on the .'list day of January, A. D., 1S59,
which appears of record, in the olliceof the Register
of Mesne Conveyances for this county, in
Book uS,"pp. 118-19: said land being sold for partition
between his heirs, at the suit of Joseph W.
Mullinax vs. Thomas H. Mullinax and others.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third cash?balance on a credit of one and
two years, with legal interest from date. Purchaser
to give bond, with good security, or a
mortgage of the premises, for the payment of the
purchase money.
Should the terms of sale not be complied with,
the property will be re-advertised to be re-sold
on the next sales-daj', at the risk of the former
purchaser. (812 00) R. II. GLENN, S. Y. C.
September 9 36 4t
SHERIFF'S SALES:
BY virtue of writs of'fieri facias, to me directed,
will be sold between the legal hours of
Sheritf's sale, ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN
OCTOBER NEXT,
at York Court House, the following property,
to wit:
One tract of land, located on Fishing creek,
known as the Poag land, about sixteen miles
South-East of Yorkville, containing two hundred
and twenty-five acres, more or less, hounding on
i i . -4* tA i> o HL.LA A ciaaIA
1HIIUM III U? IV. O. iliilMT, XVIliM OVCUIU ami UUirin,
levied 011 as the property ol' George W. Melton,
at the suit of \V. E. Hose and others. ($2.(12}
One house and lot in the town of Fort Mills,
bounded by lots of S. E. White, L. II. Bradford,
and R. B. Bradford, containing one acre, more or
less, levied on as the property of N. G. Bradford,
at the suit of Miller and Brother, and others.
(S1.S7J
One tract of land, situated 011 the waters of
King's Creek, bounded by lands of Robert Caveny,
James Dillingham and others, containing
three hundred and sixty acres, moreor less, levied
on as the property of Faithy Ilouser, at the suit of
Win. Hambrighh " ($4.7a
Defendant's interest in houses and lot in Yorkville,
situated on (Congress street, known as the
"Harris hotel" lot, bounded by lots of Mrs. Ann
Latta, E. A. Crenshaw, and others, levied on as
the property of Dr. S. E. Bratton, at the suit of
W. E. Bratton and others. ($2.25
The premises in Yorkvillc, known as the King's
Mountain Hotel, and now occupied by J. M.
Rawlinson, fronting on Congress street, bounded
by lots of W. M. Walker and John H. Adams,
deceased, levied on as the property of J. A E. B.
Stowe, at the suit of Samuel L. Watson and
others. ($2.62}
Terms invariably cash. Pu rehasers who do
not comply withtho termsofsale, mustexpectthe
property liid off by them to be advertised for resale
at their risk for the ensuing sales-day.
R. H. GLENN, 8. Y.C.
September 9 :WI 4t
JOHiN C. XL)iKEJVDAL.
ARRIVING CONSTANTLY.
DltUOS, Medicines and Chemicals. My stock
Is very full and complete. Physicians can
get anything they want, and for cash can always
get bottom prices.
JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
ONE TON.
ONE ton of pure White Lead for sale at the
York Drug Store. We make Paints, Oils
and Painter's Materials a specialty, and can make
prices as low as can be done in anv market.
JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
BEEF, IRON AND WINE.
(lOM POSED of Liebig's Extaot Beef, Citrate of
J Iroti and Sherry Wine. An indispensable
remedy in general debility, loss of appetite and
nervous prostration. For sale at the York Drug
Store. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
PREPARED CHEMICAL PAINTS^
TWILL have in stock, in a few days, on commission,
a largo supply of Prepared Chemical
Paints, different shades, which will be sold at New
York cost. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
FOR FARMERS. ~
Jf\f\ POUNDS of Blue Stone, for Wheat
4LJLI sowers. For sale at the York Drug Store.
JOHN O. KUYKENDAL.
COD LIVER OIL.
KUYKENDAL'S pure refined Coil Liver Oil,
at the York Drug Store.
JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
HIMROD'S ASTHMA CURE.'
RELIEVES Asthma at once. For sale at the
York Drug Store.
JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
LYON'S TOOTH TABLETS
A RE said to he superior as a Dentrilieo to all
jY other preparations. For sale at the York
Drugstore. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
York County.
To Jonathan Galloway, Hugh A. Galloway, Alexander
Galloway, Mary Wvlie, Win. I. Galloway,
Win. Galloway, Hugh B. Galloway,
Elizabeth Gurlev, Mary Love, James F. Galloway,
Alexander Galloway, the children of
Win.* Galloway, who are unknown, Elizabeth
McGill, Louisa N. MeGill, Rachel I. Ferguson,
Martha M. Plaxioo, Louisa Matthews,
John B Galloway, Robert Galloway, Agnes
Galloway, J. Milton Galloway, aiid Sarah
Galloway, legal heirs and representatives of
Peter W. Galloway, who died intestate
({rrvthijf :
Vrnt! arc liprpliv rmmirpil tn mmrar ut u Gnnrt.
X (if Probate to ho holden at York Court House,
for York county, on tin; loth day of October,
Anno Domini,lk7~>, to show cause, if any you can,
why the real estate of said J'eterW. Calloway, deceased,
situate in said county, on Moore's Branch,
waters of Turkey creek, hounding on lands of
Hugh A. Calloway, S. Moore, Alexander Gallowav,
of Cornelius O' Daniel's estate, of James
llooifs, and of Samuel C. Youngblood, containing
About two hundred and forty acres, more or less,
should not be divided or sold, allotting to the
said heirs of Peter W. Calloway, according to
their respective legal rights.
Jiven under my hand and seal, this 7th day of
September, lS7f>.
JOSEPH A. McLEAN, Judge of Probate.
September {I .'16 6t
GUNS MADE AND REPAIRED
HY
T. N. BENNETT, CHESTER, S, C.
I HAVE been for so long a time MAKING
AND BKPAIKINO GUNS that I can give
? guarantee that my work will give entire satisfaction.
August I'll 6 ly
AGRICULTURAL LIENS,
MORTGAGES of Real Estate, and Titles to
Real Estate. For sale at the
ENQUIRER OFFICE.
T. M. no US ON & CO.
boots"
5 "I UST received a lot of Superior Boots, for every
tf day use. Price $o, and Call and l?e
convinced that what we say is so.
T. M. DOBSON A CO.
. RE ADY-MADE CLOTHING.""
[ "1MTK have just received a lot of Fall Suits, both
If pretty*and cheap. Summer Clothing at
cost. T. M. DOBSON A CO.
BIVINGSVILLESHIRTIXG."
4 rWlft YARDS 4-4 Bivingsville Shirting at
lUUU 10 cents per yard by the bolt; 12J cents
by retail. T. M. DOBSON A CO.
10-4 SHEETING.
WTTtirn I .. ?< in A 1,1,.l, ?.l (Jknnlinr,
! I UOi ra^lVUU tft tut ui xu"i utciu;iicu
. ! at 50 cents per yard.
T. M. DOBSON A CO'S.
BROGANS.
JUST received a lot of Porter, Day A Co's best
Brogans, at $2 a pair, cash. When charged,
i j $2.25. T. M. DOBSON A CO.
5 LADIES' HATST
^ A LOT of Ladies' Fall Hats, of the latest styles,
A. jnst received at our Millinery Department.
I Call and see them. T. M. DOBSON A CO.
GROCERIES.
COFFEE, Sugar, Rice, Molasses. Bioon, Flour,
and everything else usually kept in a firsl'
class Family (5roeery, for sale low. Remember
the Cash House is the place to buy your Groceries
T. M. DOfeSON A CO. *
. CLOTH SHOES.
, T ADIES' Cloth Shoes only $1.50 a pair, at
. La dobson-s.
Ct ifILT LIN IN G.
a a QUILT Lining for sale at DOBSON'S Dry
\ 4"rr Goods Emporium.
5 BLEACHED SHIRTING.
YOU can buy yard-wide Shirtingat DOBSON'S
for 12] cents per yard.
A L A M A i\CE GllVGHA M 5_.
YOU can buy the best Alamance Checks at
DOBSON'S Dry Goods Store.
dU UKNTS rUK UUZEA.
YOU cHn buy good Thread?warranted 200 yards
to the spool?at 50 cents per dozen,
i T. M. DOBSON A CO.
; flannel;
X70U can buy Red, White, Grey and Black
1 Flannel at T. M. DOBSON A CO'S.
calicoes^
rf\ PIECES of new Fall Prints just received
i 0 vl at DOBSON'S, for only 10 cents per yard.
crapeT
BLACK Crape, at all prices, in our Millinery
Department. T. M. DOBSON A CO.
neck ties.
A LARGE assortment, at very low figures, to
closeoutour Summer stock.
T. M. DOBSON A CO.
knives.
TABLE and Pocket Knives for sale at low figures,
at DOBSON'S.
augers and chisels
YOU can find a good assortment of Augers and
Chisels for sale at DORSON'S.
feathers;
WE have a nice lot of live Geese Feathers for
sale at 60 cents. T. M. DOBSON <te CO.
axes.
A LOT of good Hand.-Axes for sale low, by
T. M. DOBSON ?fe CO.
meal bags.
K MEAL BAGS for sale, at 80 cents each, at
OU DOBSON'S.
________
A LARGE lotof Roll Hinges, 8 and 10 inches,
for sale at DOBSON'S.
plane Irons.
THE best brand of Plane Irons for sale at
DOBSON'S Dry Goods Store. '
handsaws,
OF the best brand, can be bought at DOBSON'S
for very little money.
nails.
POUNDS of Nails at $.r) per keg, for
OULMJ ^kmdard sizes, at DOBSON'S.
carpet bags.
CARPET BAGS are selling at law prices at
DOBSON'S.
furs
CAN be bought at almost any price, from
T. M. DOBSON tfc CO.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR HOUSE!
I. L. GUNHOUSE to CO.,
CHESTER, H. C?
TAKE pleasure in announcing to their friends
and the public generally, that they have just re
reived
25 BARRELS
North Carolina Mountain Com Whisky, something
very line. Also, 1"> Barrels
MONOHGAHELA RYE WHISKY,
which they offer at very low prices. We also
keep
BRANDY PEACHES,
and SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS, by the dozen.
All orders promptly attended to, at
I. L. GUNHOUSE & CO'S.,
CHESTER, S. C.
September 9 36 tf
A. WILL.IFORD,
ROCK HILL, S. C.
MULES AND HORSES.
1 WOULD respectfully inform the public that I
will have on hand and for sale at my stable in
Rock Hill, by the 20th of September, instant.
40 HEAD MULES AND HORSES,
which will be sold at the lowest prices, and on
t he most favorable terms that can be afforded.
The above invoice will include all grades of animals?good
roadsters and fine farming stock. A
call from my old friends, whom I am ever ready
to accommodate, is respectfully solicited.
A. WILLI FORD.
NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted to me for Horses or Mules
purchased in 1874 and duo in that year, are
requested to pay up at onco and save cost. A failure
to comply may injure their credit with me
during the present year. A. WILLIFORI).
CORN WANTED.
ONE THOUSAND BUSHELS CORN wanted,
for which I will pay the highest cash price.
A. WILLIFORD.
FODDER WANTED.
1WISH to buy 10,000 pounds GOOD FODDER,
for which I will pay the market price.
A. YV1 LiLii f UrlL>.
VORKVILLE FURNITURE STORE.
BEDSTEADS.
A LOT of nice Bedsteads just received at the
YORKVILLE FURNITURE STORE.
BUREAUX.
WE have a lot of nice Bureaux, of Western
and Home manufacture, which we will sell
! low to close out.
YORKVILLE FURNITURE STORE.
CHAIRS.
A LOT of nice Dining, Parlor, Bed-Room,
Rocking and Kitchen Ohair.s, for sale low, to
close out.
YORKVILLE FURNITURE STORE.
SUITS.
HrE have nice Red-Room Suites for salo at the i
YORKVILLE FURNITURE STORE, j
CRADLES.
IF you want to keep the baby quiet, go and buy
a Cradle from the
YORKVILLE FURNITURE STORK.
SAFES.
POPLAR and Walnut Safes for sale low at the
YORKVILLE FURNITURE STORE, j
August 20 34 tf
GIN AND HORSE-POWER. j
AS EC< >N D- H A NI) f.0 S A W W1NSHIP 01N,
and a Craig HORSE-POWER for driving
<Jin, will ho sold at a bargain, if called for soon.
Apply to T. W. CLAWSON.
July 119 80 tf
PLATED WARE.
SOLID Silver and Plated Ware, lee Pitchers,
Fruit Stands, Cake Baskets, Castors, Goblets,
Cups, etc., at R. BRANDT'S Jewelry Store, op
I posite the Court House, Chester, S. 0,
ESTABLISHED :0LI)EST CROCKER
1837. | WILL
I ! 12
BEING now prepared for the FALL TRADE
to my large and varied stock of
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE, LOOKIi
A great part of it IMPORTED DIRECT FROM
large stock of
FRENCH, CHINJI
My thorough knowledge of the business, acqui
bles me to buy at the lowest figures, and consequ
alize a handsome profit.
WILLIAM
128 Meeting Stree
JOHN G. MILNOR. THEO. A
JOHN G. MI
Wholesal
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CI
CAPS, LADIES' TR1
NO. 143 MEETING STREET, OPPOSIT1
NEW YORK OFFICE,
Prices guaranteed as low as any house in the ci
dating. Orders will meet our prompt and carefu
D. F. FLEMING. JAME9 M.
AUGUS
WE have received, and are now opening, a lai
FOR FAI
Orders promptly filled, and all
D. F. FLE5
Wholesale Dealers ii
BOOTS, SHOES
NO. 2 HAYNE STREET, CORNER OF
August 5
H. F. APICKES.~
PRICES DOWN!
CALL AT
ADICKES',
And learn of the Great Reduction he has made in
the price of Goods! The following are specimens:
Silk Parasols, 1 25
Gauze Undershirts, 75
Ladies' Ready-Made Balmoral Skirts, 75
Colored Grenadines, 12J
Large lot of Jelly Tumblers, cheap.
Oil Cloth, for table covers.
Great bargains in Hardware.
PIQUE AliD"PERCALES,
V rr o O S T !
GENTS' AND LADIES' HATS,
(entire stock)
A. T COST!
SHOES, OF ALL QUALITIES,
VERY CHEAP!
Ladies' Cloth Shoes, $1 50
MILES' Goat and Kid Shoes, good styles, Nos.
1, 11 and 2?for only $2.00. H. F. ADICKES.
WALL PAPERING.
I AM now prepared to furnish any style and
quality of Wall Paper that is manufactured,
and have on hand a full line of samples from
which selections can be made.
H. F. ADICKES.
I or rkfiotVP
UU iiiinui
I AM offering great bargains in Clothing. Coats
from $1 up ; Pants from 75 cents up; Shirts
from 65 cents up. All warranted good and durable.
H. F. ADICKES.
crockeryware.
A LARGE lot of Crockery, China, Glass Ware,
Mirrors, Ac., on hand, which it will pay you
to examine before purchasing elsewhere.
H. F. ADICKES.
chewing tobacco.
JUST received a lot of Chewing Tobacco?the
finest ever brought to this market. Cigars
astonishingly cheap by the box.
H. F. ADICKES.
"great bargains. ~
TN Chemise, Gowns and White Underskirts.
Underskirts with 20 tucks, well made, and of
good material, $1.50. H. F. ADICKES.
cadet gray^
JUST received, from the Charlotteville Mills, a
lot of fine Cadet Gray Cassimere.
H. F. ADICKES.
paper collars.
A LARGE lot of Paper Collars, of all the different
styles, cheap, to close out, at
H. F. ADICKES'.
summer shawls.
A LARGE and attractive stock, CHEAP, to
close out. Call and see them.
H. F. ADICKES.
gloves, &c.
1AM offering great bargains in Gloves, Hosiery
and Belts. H. F. ADICKES.
llama shawls.
REAL Llama Lace Shawls, black and white,
2worth $25, for $18, H. F. ADICKES.
curtain goodsl
LACE and Damask Curtains cheap.
H. F. ADICKES.
CANARY SEED.
A LOT of Cunary Seed for sale.
H. F. ADICKES.
CLARK BROTHERS
CASH PRICES AT THE GROCERY STORE
OK
CLARK BROTHERS.
CORN?From wagons, 80 to Oft
Retail, 1.10
MEAL?From wagons, 1.00 to 1.10
Retail, 1.25
BACON-Bulk C. R. Sides, 15
Canvassed Hams, 18
LARD?Per pound, 20
BUTTER-Per pound 20 to 25
COFFEE?Old Government Java,... 40
Rio, 25 to 30
SUGAR-A 14 to 16
Extra C 124 to 14
Crushed, 20
Common Brown, 11
FLOUR?From wagons $3.50 to $3.75
Retail, $4.00
MOLASSES?New Orleans, per bbl. 00
44 44 Retail,.. 1.00
Demerara, 70
Reboiled, ,... 60
SALT.?Liverpool, per sack, $2.00
IRON.
SCOLLOP, Square and Tire Iron, cheap for cash,
at CLARK BROTHERS.
CROCKERY.
A LOT of Crockery Ware for sale at
CLARK BROTHERS'.
WELL BUCKETS. |
A LOT of Well Buckets for sale cheap, for the
cash, at CLARK BROTHERS'.
| CAN NED GOODS.
PICKLES and Canned Goods for sale, at the
cheap Grocery of CLARK BROTHERS.
VINEGAR.
PURE Apple Vinegar can be found at the cheap
cash Store of CLARK BROTHERS.
__ nailsT
PARKER Mill Nails and Brads, from 3 to 40
penny, for sale at
CLARK BROTHERS'.
LEATHER COLLARS.
nOR.SE and Mule Leather Collars, cheap for
cash, at CLARK BROTHERS'.
OATS.
?1EED OATS for sale, at the Cash Grocery Store
O of CLARK BROTHERS'.
M. STRAUSS.
MY WHOLE STOCK!
I will still continue to sell at very low prices.
GREAT BARGAINS!
Ladiss' Dress Goods and Ready-Made Clotlprfjfat
LESS THAN C
M. STRAUSS.
FLOUR.
\7"0U can get it in half or whole Sacks. Can't
X be beat for the money. HERNDONS.
;Y HOUSE IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
JAM L?. WEBB.
8 MEETING STREET.
FOR 1875,1 wish to call the attention of merchants
N'G GLASSES, KEROSENE GOODS, &C., AC.,
EUROPE. Besides staple goods, I always keep a
. AND CUT GLASS.
ired by an experience of over Twenty Years, enaently
to sell at prices on which the retailer can re[
L. WEBB,
it, Charleston, S. C. 34?2m
. WILBUR. JACOB J. MARTIN.
LNOR & CO.,
e Dealers in
iOTHING, STRAW GOODS, HATS,
IMMED HATS, ETC.,
3 HAYNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C
O:
40 WEST BROADWAY.
O:
[ty, and terms, to responsible houses, as accommo1
attention. 31-2m
WILSON. JAMES OILFILLIN.
T, 1875.
rge and new stock of Boots, Shoes, and Trunks,
TRADE.
goods with our brand, warranted.
TING & CO..
n and Manufacturers of
* ^TVI> TRUNKS,
CHURCH STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
31 2m
I C. G. PARISH, AGENT.
| OPPOSITE THE DEPOT.
I DRY GOODS.
I ALWAYS keep on hand a fair assortment of
Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Ready-Mado Clothing,
i Shoes, Ginghams, Bleached Goods, Check Goods,
Ladies' Crescent Underskirts, Balmoral Skirts,
Ac. Those desiring Goods in this line, cau get better
bargains from HAPPY CAL than anywhere
else.
; TEA, TEA.
t A LL who wish to buy Tea will find it to their
./Y advantage to call on CAL. He keeps all
I kinds, from $1.25 to $2.00 per pound. Young
Hyson, choice Imperial, and choice Oolong.
HAPPY CAL.
I m/>n . mnn a nnn
lUJIAl/VU, 1UUAUL-U#
DON'T forget to call on C AL to get your Tobacco,
for be keeps all kinds, and sells cheaper
than any one else in the place?from 60 cents to
$1,00 per pound.
FLAVORS.
JUST received another lot of those fine flavors:
Vanilla, Lemon, Rose, Ac., which never fail
to give satisfaction. HAPPY CAL.
KEROSINE OIL.
YOU can always iind Kerosine Oil for sale at
CAL'S, for the small sum of 50 cents per
gallon.
CORN.
BU8HELS of Corn for sale, low down.
M\J\J Don't forget to bring the money?for its
money or no corn. HAPPY CAL.
BACON.
JUST received and for sale. 1,000 pounds of nice
Bacon, cheap for cash, but not for sale on
credit. HAPPY CAL.
LAREK
JUST received another tierce of nice Leaf Lard.
Give me a call. HAPPY CAL.
TURNIP SEED.
A LL kinds of Turnip Seed, both late and early,
?\ for sale at HAPPY CAL'S.
"ATTENTION, SPORTSMEN. j
"?7'0U can always find a large supply of Powder,
JL Shot, Caps, Ac. HAPPY CAL.
? OATS.
A ,f\f\ BUSHELS of nice Oats for sale, as cheap
l'UU as thechepest. HAPPY CAL.
W. H. & J. P. HERNDON.
GINS.
WE are Agents for the NEBLETT A GOOD- I
RICH and BROWN COTTON GINS. The 1
Neblett A Goodrich Gin took the highest premium
at the Fair at Columbia. Parties in this County
who are now using these Gins are well pleased .
with them. They gin the cotton clean and make
pretty samples. The Neblett A Goodrich Gin can
be ta'ken on trial, for a time, and if it does not
give satisfaction, returned. We can give testimo
nials of this Gin from good men in this county.
. The price of the Neblett A Goodrich Gin is $3.50
per saw, and the freight from Augusta, Georgia,
which is not very much.
The price of the Brown Gin is $3.50 per saw, .
and freight added.
We have the Gins here. You can see them at
any time.
W. H. & J. P. HERNDON.
RUBBE RBELTIIVG. i
?*7E have two, four, and five inch Rubber
ff Belting on band. If we have not the de
sired width, can get it at manufacturer's prices,
in ten or twelve aavs. Also, Whangs to sew the (
Belting with. W. H. & J. P. HERNDON. |
LEATHER.
OUR Leather Department is complete. You
can find good lines of Harness, Sole and Upper
Leather. Also, Kip and Calf Skins.
W. H. ?fe J. P. HERNDON.
COFFEE .
AND Sugar at prices to suit. Sugars 10, 9, 8, 7
and 6 lbs., for one dollar. ,
W. H. & J. P. HERNDON. (
COLLARS.
A SPLENDID lot of Leather and Shuck Col- i
lars, Breeching and Bridles.
W. H. <fe J. P. HERNDON. ;
7 GUAXO. 1
WE have the Sea-Fowl Guano. Try some on
your Wheat this Fall.
W. H. & J. P. HERNDON. ;
rLuws.
NOW is the time to turn your land over. Go 1
to HERNDONS and get one of their two- J
horse Plows. I
EARGAINS! BARGAINS!! <
. t
i
I WOULD respectfully invite all persons who f
desire GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH, to call t
at once at the old staud of 1
JOHN H. ADAMS, DECEASED.
The stock must be sold without delay, and a fine -i
opportunity is presented to the customers of the J
house, and others, C
TO SECURE EXCELLENT BARGAINS.
J. L. ADAMS, Administrator.
July 29, 1875. 30 tf i
HATS. " o
A GOOD assortment of Hats may be found at
the old stand of JOHN H. ADAMS, which
will be sold cheap for cash.
BOOTS AND SHOES, (
OF the latest styles, may be purchased cheap, E
for cash, at the old stand of JOHN H. ADAMS.
_____ i
A GOOD assortment of Ready-Made Clothing,
nf ornnH material and well made, can be found
at the" oldatand of j'OHN H. ADAMS. DRESS
GOODS, CASSIMERES, f
AND every description of Dry Goods, can be
found at the old stand of JOllN H. ADAMS, (3
which will be sold cheap for cash. f,
HARDWARE. J
A GOOD assortment of Hardware and Cutlery u
can bo found at the old stand of JOHN H. fi
ADAMS, which will be sold cheap, for cash. h
1 ~ DUE WEST FEMALE COLLEGE
THE SIXTEENTH YEAR^* ^ ~
Institution will opeD 011 m^>DA^,
OCTOBER 4TH. Facjjirooniplete; fl
course of study thp^uph? govorn-; J
1110111 mild &iu^V*rontal? location j ui
healthy and ploasaut j tep^*\oasonable. i in
The President and>*)ani!'y will occupy the ; or
College Building>>ra ^?ko charge of tho Board- w
,8 undergoing thorough I tr
reDairs>?<fu the Boarding Rooms will be complete- qi
]v rp^mrnished. I in
ifor Catalogue, address J. I. BONNER, ; fo
Due West, Abbeville county, S. C. fo
August lt? 33 (It
WATCHES^
ENGLISH, American and Swiss Watches, in f]
Gold and Silver Cases, Key and Stem Wind- I I
ers, at R. BRANDT'S Jewelry Store, opposite A
the Court House, Chester, S. C. 1 di
WATCHE^TJEWELRY AMD CL0CK8, ] ?
FOR sale and repaired. Work warranted at R, P
BRANDT'S Jewelry Store, opposite the Court to
House, Chester, S. C. I
JOHN W. LINLEY & CO.,
?
190 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A SDBTBEBI HOUSE?ESTABLISHED 17.
GROCERIES
AND
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
WE deliver Goods free of all expense, such as
boxing, drayage and freight. To places
where we cannot prepay freights, we give a
COMPLIMENTARY PACKAGE OF GOODS,
sufficient to cover the expense of transportation,
equal to about 71 per cent, of the entire bill.
Where we have instructions to make up the
complimentaiy package in CROCKERY AND
GLASSWARE, we give the value of 10 per cent,
on the entire bill.
nm^Dnrc! r a t!ir
XXUMVUXCJ VAiSIl)
by Registered Letter or Post Office Money Order.
Parties able to give Charleston acceptance, can
be accommodated with 30,60 or 90 days' time, with
interest at the rate of 12 per cent, per annum.
LIST OF NET PRIGE8. HO EXPENSE. HO FREIGHT.
Finest quality Young Hyson, Hvson, Oolong,
English Breakfastand Gunpowder Teas, $1.10 per
pound ; good quality Teas, all kinds, 90 cents per
pound ; good sweet drawing Teas, 60 cents per
pound.
To any one desirous of trying our Teas, we will
send by mail, postage prepaid, on receipt of
money named,
B?xt. 2nd quality. 3rd quality.
1 pound Tea, any kind, 30c. 25c. 18c.
1 " " " " 1.20 1.00 70c.
Crushed and Powdered Sugars, 13ic.; Granulated
A Sugar, 12}c.; light yellow Sugar, 10 cents per
pound; Linley's peerless Family Flour 5} cents
per pound, or $10 per barrel; good Family Flour
5 cents per pound or $9.00 per barrel; choice Canvassed
Hams, 171a ; choice Tumbler Jellies, 131c.;
2 pounds Canned Tomatoes, 131c.; 3 pounds Tomatoes,
17c.; 1 pound Canned Salmon, 20c.; 2
Bnnid Canned Pine Apple, Pears, Peaches and
amsons, 23 cents per can, or $1.35 for 6 cans ;
mixed Vinegar Pickles : pints 17c., quarts 27c.,
gallons 60 cents, each; Condensed Milk?Eureka
and Eagle Brand?25 cents, each; Gantz'Seafoam.
1 pounds 25 cents, pounds 50 cents, each; Lemon
Sugar, 40c.; Dooley's celebrated Yeast Powder,
15, 20 and*40 cents per can ; Cooking Soda, 10 cents
per pound; i box Sardines 20 cents, 1 box 35 cents;
Shadines, 25 cents per box; Cox's Sparkling Gelatine,
20 cents per package; Olives, 50 cents per
bottle ; Capers,40c.; Worcestershire, Walnut and
Mushroom Sauces (genuine imported) 40 cents per
bottle; genuine French Mustard, 27 cents per
bottle ; imitation French Mustard, 20a ; French
Prunes, 17 cents per pound ; Dates, 13 cents per
pound ; Raisins, 20c.; Citron, 40c.; Currants, 11c.;
Cheese, 20c.; Maccaroni, 20c.; Adamantine Candles,
20 and 23c. ; Baker's Chocolate, 45 cents per
pound; Cocoa, 50c.; Brouia, 60 cents per pound ;
Rio Coffees, 23 and 26c., Laguayra Coffee, 30c.,
Java Coffee, 35 cents per pound ; Roasted Coffees,
5 cents per pound, additional?each grade; Duryea's
Superior Starch, 11 cents per pound ; Duryea's
Satin Gloss Starch (6 pound boxes) 75 cents
oorth Prim Starch 13A cents ner Dockanre: Dur
yea's box Blueing, 33 cents per dozen ; Soda Biscuits,
8J cents per pound; extra Pilot Bread, 10c.;
Lemon, Cream, Wine, Ginger and other kinds, 15
cents per pound; Black Pepper, 30 cents per
pound ; Spice 30c., Ginger 30c., Nutmeg $1.60 and
Mace $1.80 per pound ; Rice, whole8ic., middling
7i cents per pound; Durham Smoking Tobacco,
65 cents per pound ; Rose and Vanilla Flat Stick
Candy?a very superior article?25 cents per
pound; ordinary Stick Candy, 20 cents per pound;
Rock Candy, 22 cents per pound; Colgate's Toilet
Soaps, 25 cents per dozen cakes and upward;
Handkerchief Extracts, 50 cents per bottle; Cashmere
Bouquet Powder, 25 cents per box ; Cleveland's
Pomade Vasaline, a delightful preparation
for the hair, 20 cents per bottle; Old Corn Whisky,
$2 per gallon ; Gibson's Rye Whiskies, $1.80.
$2.00, $3.00 and $4.00 per gallon ; Good Port ana
Sherry Wines, $2.50 per gallon ; English and
Scotch Ale and Porter, $2.75 per dozen ; Bremen
Lager Beer, $2.75 per dozen; Demijohns for
Liquors, extra, J gallon 40c.. 1 gallon 50c., 2 gallons
60c., 3gallons 75c., 5 gallons $1 each.
A very extenstve assortment of
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
always on hand. Plates, dinner size$1.60, Breakfast
$1.30, Desert$1.00, Tea size 85cents per dozen ;
Handled Cups and Saucers, 75 cents and $1.00 per
Ret; Basins and Goblets, $1.60; Covered Dishes,
75c., 90c. and $1.00 each; Tumblers, 65c., 75c., $1,
$1.25, and $1.50 per dozen; Table Goblets. $1.20,
$1.50 and $2.00 per dozen ; Wine Glasses, $1 per
dozen ; Lamp Chimneys, Sun.'O and A, 4 for 25
cents ; Bs3 for 25 cents; Argand Chimneys 3 for
25 cents. Numberless articles unmentioned.
Information cheerfully given. Remember, we
prepay freights whenever the roads will allow us
to do so. When we cannot, we then allow complimentary
package.
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Key Box 184, Charleston, 8. C.
August 12 32 . ly
KENNEDY, LATIMER & HEMPHILL.
~ PACIFIC LAWNS,
PERCALES, Swiss Muslins, Victoria Lawns,
Piques, excellent black Alpacas, beautiful
L'alicoes, Umbrellas, white Silk Floss, Cotton
Floss, Thread, Ac., for sale by
KENNEDY, LATIMER A HEMPHILL.
LAD IES' GAITERS,
FROM $1.75 to ?3.00. Ladies' Slippers, and
Misses' Gaiters, for sale by
KENNEDY, LATIMER A HEMPHILL.
SUGAR, &C.
NEW Orleans Sugar and Molasses, direct;
Magnolia Hams, nice Flour, Crockeryware,
Tor sale by , ..
KENNEDY, LATIMRR/A HEMPHILL.
- COW BELLS*
SHEEP Shears, Augers, Mule Bits, Traveler's
Blacking Apparatus, Improved Rat Traps, Shoe
Sails, Ac., for sale by
kennedy, latimer a hemphill.
STATIONERY,
| NCLUDING Arnold's Writing Fluid, for sale
Kennedy, latimer a hemphill.
CLOTHING.
pi ENT'S Ready-Made Clothing can be found at
UT KENNEDY, LATIMER A HEMPHILL'S.
HATS.
rADIES' Hats, Ribbons, Ac., for sale by
A KENNEDY, LATIMER A HEMPHILL.
rHE CHESTER FURNITURE STORE!
R. BRANDT, Proprietor,
CHAIRS.
BLACK Walnut, Oak and Maple, Cane and
Wood Seat Chairs, at the CHESTER FURNITURE
STORE, opposite the Court House;
LOUNGES,
^OFAS, Rocking and Easy Chairs, Bedsteads.
3 Bureaus, Dressing Cases, Cradles, Cradle ana
locking Chair combined, (a most excellent thing
or those who want to have an easy time to put
he babies to sleep) at the CHESTER FURNITURE
STORE, opposite the Court House.
PARLOR BRACKETS^
BOOK Shelves, Wall Pockets, Hat Racks,
round and fancy Tables, Chromos, cheap and
)rnamental, opposite the Court House, at the
CHESTER FURNITURE STORE.
DINING ROOM FURNITURE"
^JOLID Walnut and painted Chamber Sets, Di3
ning Room Furniture, Sideboards, 8ofas,etc.,
pposite the Court House, at the
CHESTER FURNITURE STORE.
PICTURE FRAMES.
PI ILT, Walnut and imitation Rosewood LookIT
ing Glass and Picture Frames, on hand *nd
1 U??on a? tliQ
uaue uj orutJf, uuuuauo u?u wuiv uvuoo, ?v w*w
CHESTER FURNITURE STORE,
COFFINS. "/
kyfl" ETA Land Wood Coffins constantly o* hand,
A opposite the Court House, at the
CHESTER FURNITURE STORE
RIDDLE'S
T1HESE MILLS, located on Crowd
| are now in complete renairji^^eparedI to
iRIND WHEAT AN
ictorv manner. Thog^^"I)0}Yer . * ^1*
nd grain can be ex* at all imes without de?ir
Th? nmncJ^ has recently attached to his
itbinerv *S vt and improved SMUTTER,
... wiyf0^ne very best results are obtained.
In u^nts aliboral share ofthe public patronage.
^Ralso prepared to CARD WOOL in the very
est maimer. G. L. RIDDLE.
August IP 33 4t
WOOL~CARDING.
rHE subscrilier hereby informs the public that
his WOOL CARDS at Clay Hill, S. C., have
udergone thorough Repairs?entire new clothg?and
is now prepared to do work that will
impare with any machine in this county, if the
ool is in proper order. The Wool, to insure good
oils, must bo thoroughly washed, and burs and
ash of all kinds taken out of it, with a small
rantity of grease added after washing and pickg.
All are solicited to give me a trial and judge
r themselves. Price lOcenta per pound, oroneurth
of the Rolls. J. C. H. DUFF.
August 26 34 tf
NEWSAGENT.
IlHE undersigned would respectfully inform
the public that he will continue the NEWS
ND PERIODICAL BUSINESS formerly connoted
here by the late W. L. Grist. The leading
*pors will be kept for sale and subscriptions relived
for auy publication in the United States,
apers will be promptly served to regular cusimers
immediately after their arrival.
* WILLIE FERGUSON.

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