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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Ludden A Bates, Savannah, Ga,?Musical Depot of the South. T. M. Dobson?Clothing and Tobacco. Hnnter A Oates?Special Inducements in Millinery, Dress Goods, Boots, Shoes and ReadyMade Clothing. Mrs. Fannie L. Dobson?Yorkville Fashion Emporium. H, F. Adickes A Sons?Carpets?Dress GoodsBlack Silks?Shoes? Ladies' Goods?Clothing?Coffee?Sundries. Kennedy Bros. A Barron?Grain Cradles. S. Mc. Poston, Proprietor.?Cleveland Mineral Springs. John McGill.?Administrator's Sale. EARLY STRAWBERRIES. We are indebted to Mrs. Sarah Eccles for a dish of large and luscious strawberries?the first of the season. Our esteemed lady friend is quite successful in the -cultivation of this choice fruit. The largest of those sent us measured 3$ inches in circumference. PERSONAL MENTION. Rev. R. P. Johnson and Messrs. A. Springs Withers and G. W. S. Hart, are in attendance upon the Diocesan Convention at Greenville, this week. Maj. James F. Hart left on Tuesday evening for Louisville, Ky., to attend the Presbyterian General Assembly which convenes in that city to-day. COUNTY BOND CASE. In the State Supreme Court on Thursday last, the case of the State ex rel. F. H. Brown et ah, appellants, vs. "the Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge Railroad Company et al., respondents, was argued. Messrs. LeConte and Gaston were heard for appellants. Messrs. Simonton, James F. Hart, Spencer and J. J. - Hemphill were heard for respondents. It is expected that a decision in the case will be rendered within sixty days. MEMORIAL DAY. Saturday last was observed as memorial day throughout the South. In nearly every city, town and village of the Southern States, where a Confederate soldier is buried, the day was aDDronriately observed, and the graves of the martyrs to the Lost Cause decked with floral tributes placed by loving hands. In every instance we have noted, the graves of United States soldiers buried in Southern cemeteries received the same attention that was bestowed upon the graves of Confederates. TEMPERAN E ADDRESS. To-morrow evening is the time, and the Court House is the place appointed for the delivery of an address on the subject of temperance, by Rev. A. H. Lester, of Chester. Mr. Lester is well known by many of our people as a fluent and entertaining speaker, and we hope he will be greeted by a large attendance. The address will be delivered by invitation of the Lodge of Good Templars of this place, who are desirous of awakening increased interest in the temperance cause among our people. The address will be free, and an earnest invitation is extended to every one to attend. ENTERTAINMENTS IN PROSPECT. A number of ladies are making arrange-1 ments for giving an entertainment at an early day, the proceeds of which are to be applied to the repairing of the fence around the cemetery. The programme of the proposed entertainment has not yet been prepared, but we are informed it will be attractive and entertaining. Due notice will be given of the date and character of the entertainment. tha ahnvA fcntertainment will, we learn, be followed in a few days by another in which young Misses will be the principal actors, though it will be under the management of ladies capable of rendering it a success. LUDDEN & BATES. In every home throughout the South where the love of music is cherished, the name of the above firm is becoming a household word. They are prepared to furnish anything that may wanted in the musical line, from a harmonica to a concert grand piano or a mammoth reed organ, and at prices, too, that will astonish purchasers. We would direct attention to their advertisement in this issue of the Enquirer, and advise all in want of a musical instrument of any kind, musical merchandise or musical publications, to address this popular and reliable house. CONFEDERATE MONUMENT. The ceremony of unveiling the Confederate Monument at Columbia occurred last Tuesday. Among the visiting military companies were the Catawba Rifles, of Rock Hill, and the Jenkins Rifles, of Yorkville. The Yorkville Helicon Band also accompanied the Jenkins Rifles. The following is the Associated Press report of the ceremonies : Columbia, S. C., May 13.?The Confederate monument erected by the Ladies' Monumental Association in the capitol square, was unveiled to-day with imposing ceremonies. The military organizations and old veterans from all the principal points in the State, and from Charlotte, N. C., participated. At 3 p. m. a.salute of 11 guns was fired by the German artillery, of Charleston, S. C., when the procession formed, which embraced twenty-five companies of cavalry, infantry, veterans and artillery, in the order named, with several bands of music, and moved up Main street to the po3t-office, thence to the capitol where the ceremonies were opened by prayer; after which Gov. Simpson introduced Gen. John S. Preston, orator of the day, who pronounced a ibrilliant and patriotic oration in the presence ?of 12,000 people. Correspondence ot the Yorkville Enquirer. LETTER FROM CHESTER. r\ ? q r* iq 1070 VsUJUS'ir-n, v., iuaj iu, iui i/. "On Saturday last, the Chester Light Dragoons, Capt. Thomas M. Sanders, commanding, made a fine display on Patterson's Green. Their manoeuvres in the cavalry drill were well executed and excited the admiration of all who witnessed them. Saturday being Memorial day, a large procession was formed at the Presbyterian Church, at 4 p. m., headed by the Chester Silver Cornet Band, the Lee Light Infantry, Lieut. J. B. McFadden in command, followed by a large number of carriages aud other vehicles, filled with ladies and children and citizens generally, the Dragoons bringing up the rear. The procession, nearly half a mile in length, Major Julius Mills as Chief Marshal, assisted by Col. Fred. Walker and Mr. C. H. Alexander, proceeded to Evergreen Cemetery, where a stand, decorated with flowers and wreaths had been erected. After a dirge by the Band, Rev. G. A. Trenholm offered a very impressive prayer. The Chief Marshal then introduced Rev. A. H. Lester, orator of the day, who delivered an excellent address, suited to the occasion. The address was followed by solemn music, after which floral tributes were placed upon the graves of our fallen* braves. The graves of United States soldiers, buried in the same cemetery, received the same tributes as were offered to those who fell under the Southern Cross. No doubt each one of the vast throng, as they left the silent City of the Dead, felt that a pleasant duty had been performed in thus paying homage at the shrine of departed valor. Last Thursday night, the ladies of the Methodist Church gave a festival at the Court House, which was a success in every particular. About $50 was realized, which will be applied to making repairs on the church edifice. We had an exhibition of the phonograph here last week. It is a wonderful instrument, and does all that is claimed for it bv its in ventor. A detachment of the Sixth South Caroliua Volunteers will visit Columbia to-day, on the occasion of unveiling the Confederate monument. They will carry with them the battleflag of the regiment?a battle scarred relic of the war. Capt. O. Barber, of Richburg, was in town last Saturday. He says the prospect for erecting a cotton factory at Cedar Shoals is very promising. He also reports that he recently caught an eight-hundred-pound stur-j geon (?) in Catawba river. \ \ The canines are now meeting rough treatment hereabouts. Policeman Jacob Gordon shot a wandering cur on Main street last week; and a very fine dog, belonging to Deputy Sheriff W. E. Walker, was recently shot for killing sheep. : Mr. R. A. Love, two miles south of this place, has gone into the sheep raising business, and now has some fine specimens of imported stock. Mr. John Bennett, an old citizen, residing four miles from town, is very ill. I was pleased, a few days ago, to meet Mr. John Boyd, a venerable and respected citizen of Blackstocks. He has been quite ill recently, but has now regained his UBual health. Dr. J. A. Reedy, of Lincolnton, N. C., paid Chester a visit last week. He was looking well. The Doctor wift formerly an old resident and physician of Chester, and moved to Lincolnton a few years ago, to engage in I the drug business. The weather has been unusually cool for this latitude, at the present season, for the past week. Fanners have expressed the fear that cotton would sustain injury by reason of the cool temperature; but now the weather is more pleasant and there is a prospect of rain. Small grain is looking well. Mr. John L. Chambers has a four-acre field near Main street, that is looking exceedingly fine, being about waist-high, and heavily headed. The military and a large number of citizens and ladies left for Columbia to day to witness the unveiling of the Confederate monument ? Chester. Correspondence of the Yorkville Enquirer. LETTER FROM FORT MILL. Fort Mill, S. C., May 8,1879. On Friday the 2nd instant, two of the committee?Revs. J. L. Wilson and G. A. Trenholm?appointed by Bethel Presbytery to install Rev. F. L. Leeper as pastor of Fort Mill Presbyterian Church, met here for that purpose. Rev. Mr. Wilson preached the installation sermon and Rev. Mr. Trenholm delivered the charge to the pastor and the congregation. The sermon and the charge were able, and the ceremonies throughout impressive. On Sunday the communion of the Lord's Supper was administered to a large number of communicants. The meeting was continued until Wednesday night, the visiting ministers remaining all the while?and it pleased God to pour out his Spirit to the conversion of fifteen souls?eleven of whom are students at Mr. Banks' school. The municipial election here occurs on the 22nd of the month. The only issue at present spoken of is the question of "wet" or "dry." Should this be the point of difference, there ?Ml L_L1_ I will proiwuiy ue suijjc cautciucun. Crops in this section are not doing well, owing to cool winds and damaging frost. Wheat, however, is fine in appearance, and bids fair to turn out a good crop. Oats are not so promising. T. G. C. Never promise more than can be done. Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills have been successfully run on this principle. For sale by all druggists. Price 25 ceuts. Jftemcml anil Commercial. YORKVILLE, May 14.-Cotton 9 to lli. CHARLOTTE, May 14.?Cotton, 9 to 12ft. NEW YORK, May 13.?Cotton firm; middling uplands, 12 7-16. LIVERPOOL, May 13 .-Cotton firm ; middling uplands, 6 13-16a. CHARLESTON, May 13.-Cotton firm; middling 12. Comparative Cotton Statement. NEW YORK, May P.-The_following is the comparative cotton statement lor tne ween ending to-day: 1879. 1878. Receiptsat all ports for the week, 20,050 22,739 Total receipts to date, 4,323,098 4,209,044 Exports for the week, 40,531 54,745 Total exports to date, 3,203,547 3,270,385 Stock at all U. S. ports, 335,017 384,405 Stock at all interior towns 45,245 41,281 I Stock at Liverpool, 599,000 896,000 American afloatforGreat Britain 150,000 171,000 . Special Ibfitts. READ THIS!" THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE ! Most be Accepted Within Sixty Days! THE ENQUIRER 1 YEAR FOR NOTHING! And a Splendid Family Scale, Weighing from 1*2 Ounce to 240 Pounds, for nearly Half Price. Believing there is not a family in the country who would not like one^>f these convenient 1 Scales, if they could be obtained at a low price, we have made arrangements with the Manufacturers, so that for the next 60 days we can furnish one of these Scales and the YORKVILLE ENQUIRER for one year, for $7.50, being nearly one I half the usual price of the Scale alone. Every Scale is made of the very best material, nicely finished, and fully warranted by the CHICAGO SCALE CO. to be accurate and durable, and is particularly adapted to the use of Farmers or | others to whom it is desirable to khow the correct weight of any article from a half ounce to 240 pounds. Upon receipt of the above amount, our paper will be sent regularly, (postage paid) for one year and the Scale shipped by freight, securely boxed, to any address. All old subscribers * who want one of these Scales can send us a new subscriber or have an additional year added to their subscription. Be particular to give full directions for shipping. As this.is an opportunity , never before offered and may not beoffered again, we advise all who would be weighed and not found wanting to send in their orders at once. I Address L. M. GRIST, Yorkville, S. C. March 27 13 tf < Musical Homes are always Happy Homes. There are thousands of homes to-day in our | sunny Southland that would be rendered happier by the presence of a fine new Piano or an Organ. We want to fill such homes with instruments, and we %nean to do it if we live long enough. One of the methods by which we shall in due time be represented (by our instruments) in every Southern home of culture, is through Our Grand Introduction Sale of Pianos and Organs, which we inaugurated in November last, and which is so far a magnificent success. Ten of the largest Manufacturers in America have authorized us to place from one to five thousand of their instruments for introduction and advertisement in representative Southern homes at Agents' Wholesale Rates, and we are now placing them in every Southern State just as fast as steam can carry them. Such an opportunity to secure standard Instruments from such celebrated manufacturers as Chickering, Weber, Knabe, Hallet <fc Davis, Mathushek, Southern Gem, Dixie, Mason & Hamlin and Peloubet <fc Pel ton never has occurred before and never will again unless we offer it. It is the only sale of the kind ever carried out in the United States. Readers of this notice who have not yet purchased instruments are requested to write to us for our Introduction Sale Circular and Special Offers. Address Ludden & Bates' Southern Music House, Savannah, Ga. May 15 20 lm The Latest Musical Wonder. The Orguinette, representing Organ and Organist, Music and Musician. Not a toy, but the most marvelous musical instrument of the age. Plays from one to a thousand tunes. No limit to i either kind or quality. Plays Hymn Tones, | Popular Songs, Polkas, Waltzes, Reels, Quadrilles and Hornpipes with perfect accurai cy. A mere child can play it. Constructed on the principle of a cabinet organ and plays autom: atlcally from tunes on perforated paper. In handsome case, 2 feet long, 1 foot wide and 1 foot , high, Price, including Four Tunes, only $10, Extra tunes 25 cents each. Guaranteed to give more satisfaction for the money than any other musical instrument in the world. Agents wanted everywhere. Send for descriptive circulars. Address LUDDEN <fc BATES, Savannah, Ga., | Wholesale Southern Agents. I April 3 14 8t The "Little Detective." There is hardly a house-keeper who has not, at times, bad suspicions of short weights from butchers, grocers, or others, bnt with no means of testing, they have been obliged to take articles as they were dealt out to them. There has never been any suitable Scale made for housekeepers, or if there was, the price was too high. Seeing the great want of something of this kind, which could be furnished at a low price, the Chicago Scale Company, of Chicago, Illinois, have been to great expense in preparing to manufacture a housekeeper's Scale, weighing from 1 ounce to 25 pounds, which they will sell for $3.00, being equal to anything of the kind that has ever sold before for three times that amount. It is made with a brass beam, steel bearings, nicely finished, and is warranted perfect. Every family should have one. It is also the most convenient Scale for any post office or business office for weighing mail matter, etc. Boxed, they weigh 10 poundB, and are sent by express.?The Interior, Chicago. May 1 18 tf A Card. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, <fcc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York City. January lt> a iy Religious Notice. The Communion Service appointed for Philadelphia Church has been postponed from next (the socond) Sunday, to Sunday alter next. Preaching may be expected on Saturday and Sunday, the pastor being assisted by Rev. J. M. Boyd, of the Rock Hill Circuit. THOS. E. GILBERT, P. C. May 8 19 2t Electric Belts. A sure cure for nervous debility, premature decay, exhaustion, etc. The only reliable cure. Circulars mailed free. Address J. K. REEVES, 43 Chatham street, X. Y. February 20 8 Sm Bibles. Persons desiring to purchase Bibles cheap, can be accommodated by calling at my office. R. LATHAN. _________ Died?Near Yorkville, on the 30th ultimo, Mr. E. C. QUINN, aged about 37 years. CLEVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS.' WILL OPEN JUNE 1, 1879. 4^^?v-v THESE SPRINGS are two miles east oC Shelby, N. C., and one mile from Central Carolina Railway. it I?Hacks will be at Springs' Station, on arrival of every train. At King's Mountain Station, on Air-Line Railroad, Hacks can be obtained. Distance, 10 miles. Good STRING BAND for the season. BOWLING ALLEY in good order. The table will be supplied with the best that the market affords. BATESi Single Day $ 1 75 Single Week, 10 00 Four Weeks, 32 00 S. Mc. POSTON, Proprietor, Shelby, N. C. L. S. Williams, Superintendent. May 15 20 ' , tf Southern purchasers 01 nanos, urgans, .Musical Publications and Small Musical In struments who are-alive to their own interests will buy from the great MUSICAL DEPOT OF THE SOUTHLUDDEJN & BATES' SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, SAVANJTAHj^GA^ r HM| AND BRANCH HOUSES. AUGUSTA, GA., I ATLANTA, GA., Geo. 0. Robinson St Co. 0. L. Braumullerk Co. CHARLESTON, 8. C.L CHARLOTTE, N. C., C. L. McClenahtn & Co. McSmlth Music House. JACKSONVILLE,FLA. | PENSACOLA, FLA., A. u. L ainpDCii. | nrawn oruuieni. Savannah, Ga , is the Grand Musical Centre of a solid Musical South, and from this Centr.il Distributing Depot, with its chain of Branch Music Houses, all under one management, and having uniform Prices and Terms, are drawn the musical supplies of the South. A MAGNIFICENT SUCCESS. OUR GRAND INTRODUCTION SALE OP STANDARD PIANOS & ORGANS. The only sale of the kind ever successfully carried out in the United States. Five thousund standard instruments at Factory Rates, for Cash, or on Easy Terms. Ten of the leading Manufacturers of the United States, have given us the exclusive control of their instruments in the South, and authorized us to place for Introduction and Advertisement, One Thousand of their best instruments \n representative Southern households at Factory Wholesale Rates. SEE THE PRICES. nr 1 \TAC 7 Oct. fine Rosewood, Carved Legs. $1 f> t* rlA.iiU9 Six Years Guarantee. $1?0 DT A AT AC ~X Oct. fine Rosewood, Carved Jl JLAill/O Legs. Six Yeare Guarautee. $100 PTAATAC7>* 0ct- Square Grand, Superb irtRW il Ail I/O Case. With Stool and Cover. $60/ 9 Stops. Handsome Walnut Case. All A. 4 "VC $Ol Stool and Instructor. V-H/WAilO 13 Stops. Elegant Walnut Case. AU43. 4 1UC $ll Stool and Instructor. vr ILUT Ail O C*QO 13 8tops. 8uperb Mirror Top Case. ADC A "KTC $OV Stool and Instructor. IfliWAilO All guaranteed instruments. Maker's name on each. Fifteen Days Trial if wanted, we pay the freight if no sale. A trial costa nothing if Instrument don't suit. Don't hesitate to order. MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS. Mason ?k Hamlin Church . Bfy>. _ and Parlor Organs. Not ? jpjtgSfR m Lowest Priced and Dearest, but Highest Priced, Chimed Send for Introduction Sale circular giving prices and full information. The magnificent Chickering, Hallet d> Davis. Weber, Mathushek, Southern.Gem, Dixie and Favorite Pianos, Mason & Hamlin, Peloubet & Pelton and Sterling Organs all included in this sale.- A clean sweep. No reserve. All new Instruments of latest style. Fresh from Factory. Largest selection of standard instruments ever offered by any House. IMPORTANT-?^!0 or" ?4a on an Organ, we will deliver, freight paid, to any Railroad point in the South. Ludden <& BatesMay 15 20 3m DISSOLUTION. THE firm of T. M. DOBSON <fe CO., heretofore existing, consisting of T. MARION DOBSON and J. LEANDER PARISH, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons indebted to said firm areauthorized to make payment to T. M. DOBSON, who is alone authorized to settle in liquidation. T. M. DOBSON, J. L. PARISH. Yorkville, S. C., March 7, 1879. 11 tf TEACHERS' CONVENTION. FOR the purposeoforganizinga Teachers' Convention, the teachers of York County are earnestly requested to meet at Yorkville, on FRIDAY THE 20TH OF JUNE, at 11 o'clock, A. M. The Trustees of the several School Districts will please attend. R. LATH AN, School Commissioner. May 8 12 7t CHATTEL MORTGAGES, MORTGAGES of Real Estate, and Titles to Real Estate. For sale at the ENQUIRER OFFICE. T. M. POBSON. CLOTHING AND TOBACCO. 1HAVE received a large lot of Summer Clothing, consisting of SUITS AND SINGLE GARMENTS Of all kinds, Dustei-s, Alpaca and Linen Coats, very cheap. Pants $J.OO, and Coats only 50 cents. We still have some WINTER CL0THIN8 LEFT, Which we are offering at cost, to close out. A few pairs of Bed Blankets left, which will be disposed of at cost. CHEWING TOBACCO. T have just received a stock of nice Chewing Tobacco, at all prices?from 10 cents to 26 cents a ping, and from 45 cents to $1.00 a pound, including the CELEBRATED OGBURN BRANDS, Which give such universal satisfaction. When ?ou come to town and want to buy any Chewing obaccos, don't foil to call and see MY DIXIE AND OODDRN'S REST. ' / * ' ; No better on the market, and at prices that will do your pockets good. T. M. DOBSON, Leader of Low Cash Prices, a T\T?*r"ran ?/\?ra I JUL. JT. iUUJ.UJb.J!iD OC suno. CARPETS. HAVE last received reduced prices on our Samples. By means of the Carpet Exhibitor, and our fine lot of samples, we are prepared to offer a stock of Carpets that will compare favorably, in extent and in price, with those of the large cities. We can sell Brussels, Tapestries, S-Ply, Super, C. C, etc., in great variety of patterns, and at the right sort of prices. Come and see before yon buy. H. F. ADICKES A 80NS. DRESS GOOD& ?*7"E have a nice lot of Dress Goods. Our figured Laving at 81 cents are very cheap. We continue to lead on white Lawns at 15 and 16} oents. Examine them. Nfioe lot of staple and fancy Alpacas and Worsteds. In black goods we are fall. Black Grenadines, Alpacas, Australian Crepe, and if you want a real good Blue Black Cashmere, you can find a guaranteed article at H. F. ADICKES A SON8'. ~ LADIES' GOODS, LADIES' Linen and Cotton Ready-Made Suits from |1.50 to |6.00. Lot of Todies' ReadyMade Undergarments, which must be sold. Balmorals at 50 cents, 75 cents and 01-25. Embroidered Tuckings, plain Tuckings, Hamburg^ Everlasting Trimmings, Linen Laces, Torchon Laces, Bretonne Laces, etc. H. F. ADICKES A SON8\ CLOTHING. GENTS' Spring Suits at $8.00 and $9.00. Bine Flannel Coats and Vesta. Nice lot of Clothing generally. Dusteife in variety. Oar Shirt at $1.00 is as good as the beat. H. F. ADICKES A SONS. SHOES. JUST received a new lot of Ladies' and Child's fine Shoes. Most beantifol lot of Child's Shoes in York. Newport Ties, of all sizes, at H. F. ADICKES A SON8\ ' BLACK SILKS. BLACK SILKS to trim with, or for Dresses, at reduced prices, at ADICKES A SONS'. COFFEE AT 5, 6and 7 prfunds to the $1.00. Roasted Coffee at 20 cents. Coffee Essence. H. F. ADICKES A SONS. SUNDRIES. " SWISS Goat's Milk is the best food in the world for the babies. Try it. Green Corn and Tomatoes, Peach and Applo Batter, Pine Apples and Peaches, Royal Baiting Powders, Horsrord's Bread Preparation, Lemons, Oranges, Apples, a nice lot of Candies, Ground Ginger, Cinnamon, Pepper, etc., just received at the Grocery Store of H. F. ADICKES A SONS. MRS. FAKSIE L. DOBSON. YORKVILLE FASHION EMPORIUM. JUST received, tbiB week, another shipment of HATS, BONNETS, RUFFS, RUCHES, Flowers, Ponpons, High-Back Combs, Gauzes, Silks for Hats, and Trimming Silks for Dresses. HOYTS GERMAN COLOGNE, Bloom of Youth, IPowders for the face and hands, I White, Lisle, 6 Button and Lace-Top Gloves, THE GLOVES ARE THE LATEST THINGS Out. Jabots and Ties for the Neck, Bark and Real Hair Switches. A REAL HAIR SWITCH FOR ONLY $1.25. Ladies' Flats only 50 cents. Ladies' Collars and Cutis, Silk Handkerchiefs, best Linen Handkerchief in York for 10 cents. t> A NICE LINE OF CORS ETS, From 50 cents to $2.50. Can furnish Warner's health and nursing Coi-sets, at short notioe. I am still HEADQUARTERS FOR KID GLOVES. I I sell the celebrated Harris' Kid, I keep all numbers and colo;rs, at 50 cents, 75 cents and $1.00 per pair. THE DOLLAR GLOVE IS AS GOOD AS ANY Glove sold in the market at $1.50. Remember no" GOODS TAKEN BACK After once being sold. Don't forget that. Mrs. FANNIE L. D0B3ON. KENNEDY SROS. & BARRON. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC. EVERY one aims atf happiness. We work to please our friends and customers. Therefore call, examine and buy, making yourself happy by getting Goods WORTH THE PRICE, And us happy in making an honest living. We have a selection of DRESS GOODS, Piq^UES, Muslins, Brilliants, Calicoes, Flannels, Cottonades, Cassimeres, Jeans, Ticking, bleached and brown Shirting, 10-4 SHEETING, Ready-Made Fancy and White Shirts, Gauze Shirts, Ladies' and Children's white and striped Hose, Gents' fancy Half-Hose, Suspenders, Kid Gloves, white and colored Gloves, Fans, EVERLASTING TRIMMING, Jaconet Edging. Corsets, Fan Cords,Belts, Combs, Brushes, Lilv White, Cologne, Trunks, Valises, Parasols, Collars, etc., etc. KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON. GRAIN CRADLES. JUST received, a lot of GRAIN CRADLES, with the Creed moor Fastening Attachments, cheap for the cash. KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON. RANAWAY FROM the subscriber, on the 2llth of April, 1879, his son DAVID, of a copper color, aged 16 or 17 years, about 5 feet 6 inches in height, and weighs about 130 or 135 pounds. His hair is cot quite short. I hereby forewarn all persons against harboring or employing said boy, an the law will be enforced against whoever does so. Any information concerning him will be thankfully received by JOHN BILL WORTHY, Carmel Hill, 8. C. May 8 19 2t* NOTICE TO CREDITORS. NOTICE is hereby givenlto the creditors of Dr. ALEXANDER WHITE, deceased, that I have funds in my hands, and am prepared to pay them a dividend on established claims against the said estate. J. F. WALLACE, Clerk C. C. Pis. May 1 18 6t HUNTER & OATES. DRESS GOODS, ALPACAS, $ CASHMERES, CREPE, bd LAWNS, V ? LINENS, 2 P P K' Q CANTON P K, r 0 CANTON DIAPER, LINEN DIAPER, 0 RIBBON, H TIES, A QD BOWS, y GO RUFFLING, pj EDGING, A A* EMBROIDERY, H H T H r, VEILS, g CUFB-S, M P COLLARS, L HOSIERY, 2 H GLOVES,. H HANDKERCHIEFS, $ FAN CORDS, H# Kj FANS, fcj r ^ PARASOLS, BUTTON8, M THREAD, A ^ NAINSOOK, A M BISHOP LAWN, W H VICTORIA LAWN, * ^ H SWISS, X p PRINTS, H GINGHAMS, j? PLAIDS, M BLEACHED GOODS, 1 A BROWN GOOD8, J rn jeans, wj H- IH cassimeee, ** gq cottonade, ? ^ tweeds, 0 ^ linen drills, ft* m linen ducks, l_j p denim8, 5 ^ hickory stripe, h rj sheeting, pi . hardware, q ^ cutlery, lj p crockery, i ' q glassware, ^ fj . trunks, k h yalise8, u H w pearl shirts, v p shirt fronts, h j linen collars, 1 "dat>ttb rrtl.t.ipfl u H H Q INK, I M PENS- 0 W PAPER, ^ H ENVELOPES, M ? FANCY HALF-HOSE, ^ SEWING MACHINES, ^ JEWELRY, g MILES' SHOES. ' ALL RIGHT COOIf?HOT BLAST. - WB rIE above-cat presents this widely known and popular stove in a new dress and with additional improvements, oombining in its construction all the essentials of a perfect stove for family nse. It has a large oven, extended firebox, and large flues, seouring free and rapid draft, and so arranged as to be easily kept clean. It is a quick and even baker, and is economical in consumption of fuel. It has a smooth top, provided with expansion niece and reversible braced Crosspiece. It has large single oven-doors, lined with tin and provided with bright turn buckles, large hot-blast fire-door, swinginghearthplate and deep ash-pit with sifter-grate. The plates are heavy, carefully fitted, ana made of the best material. All the mouldings of the stove are heavy, the design is artistic, and in style and ornamentation it conforms to the latest requirements of cultivated taste. For wood, it is supplied with heavy ribbed fireback and combined Wood Grate and Fire-dog, the most durable wood orate in use. It combines the improvements found in the most expensive stove with beauty of design and finish, and is sold at a price within the reach of all. Four sizes. For sale by J. M. ADAMS, Yorkville, S. C. TAX RETURNS FOR 1879. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, \ Yorkvu>lb, 8. C., May 1st, 1879. J VTOTICE is hereby given that on and after il MONDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF JUNE, 1879, the books of the County Auditor of York county, will be open for the purpose of receiving returns of all REAL AND PERSONAL, PROPERTY owned by the several tax-payers in said county on the 1st day of June, 1879. and liable to taxation. The Auditor will meet the tax-payers at the following times and places: At Bethel, on Monday, June 2. At Clover, on Tuesday, June 3. At Bethany, on Wednesday, June 4. At Black's Station, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 5th, 6th and 7tb. At McDill'8 Store, on Monday and Tuesday, June 9th and 10th. At Carroll's Store, on Wednesday, June 11th. At Rainey's Store, on Thursday, June 12tb. At McConnellsville, on Friday, June 13tb. At Brattonsville, on Saturday, June 14th. At Clay Hill, on Monday, June 16th. At Ebenezer, on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 17th and 18th. At Fort Mill, on Thursday, Friday and Satur-* * 1A4k <VUW Otaf uay, alUUO mil, IMUl aim auu At Rook Hill, from Monday, 23rd, to Saturday, 28th of June, inclusive. At Yorkville, from Monday, June 30th, to July 19th, inclusive. All males between the ages of 21 and 60 years are liable to poll tax, and must make returns accordingly. All returns must be hied In this Office, on or before SATURDAY, THE NINETEENTH DAY OP JULY, next, otherwise, fifty per cent, penalty will attach. This will be absolute. It will be observed that tax-payers are required to return their real estate for assessment, and they are urged to come prepared for that purpose, without sutjecting the deputy or person receiving the same to trouble and delay. i?*The tax-payers will please notice that during the time that the Auditor is at his appointments throughout the county, the books will not be open at Yorkville, as heretofore. Tax-payers will save themselves trouble by making their returns at the appointment nearest their place of residence. W. A. MOORE, Auditor of York County. May 1 18 tr THE MILLIONAIRE. F> H. O'BRIAN, of San Francisco. California, , says: "Herald Compound is the best Cement for broken wares I ever saw. I have articles mended with it that stand as good as before they were broken." Sold by all druggists ana country merchants, or if your druggist hasn't got it, nor won't send for it, send 26cents for a bottle, to JNO. T. PATRICK, Sole Manufacturer, Wadesboro, N. C. May 1 18 5t NEW SUPPLY OF STOCK. rilHE undersigned inform the publio that they J. now have on band a number of good MULES AND HORSES, which they will sell at fair prices FOR CASH, or on time with Droper security. WHITAKER & WILSON. April 17 16 tf C. G. PARISH #j)jEO. CHEAP QB0CERIE8 FOB TICE CASH. IF yon want to bny Groceries cheap, for cash, yon will find it to yonr interest to call at > G. G. PARISH <fc CO'S. FLOUR. . |; TUST received, a nice lot of Ker nesaw Flour. ?| We also have on hand, a lot of nice Western and country Flour, which we are selling cheap for cash. C. G. PARISH A CO. TOBACCO. CG. PARISH A GO. can sell you Tobacco . so cheap that it will make your head swim to think of the price. Also, Snuff of all kinds, at prices to suit the times. CANNED GOODS. ! A NICE line of Canned Goods on hand, which we will sell cheap, for the cash. Call and get our prices. C. G. PARISH A CO. ; BACON. A NICE lot of good dry Bacon on hand, which we will sell as cheap as any house in town. . C. G. PARISH A CO. | PLOWS AND HOES. . *f?7E have an band a full assortment of 8teel ?T Plows. Also, Handled and Unhandled Hoes, any size desired.' ...... C. G. PARISH A GO. HORSE SHOES, IRON &C. , HORSE and Mule 8hoes and Nails. Bar Iron, Round Iron, of jdl kinds can be found at C. ^3. PARISH A CO'S. j SUGAR AND COFFEE. ALL we ask is a trial of our Sugar and Coffee, which we are selling cheap. Call and get our prices. C. G. PARISH A CO. nnnonn i.r JT EJ* JK JCiUt WE always have on hand, Black Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Nutmegs, Flavoring Extracts, Starch, Candles, Soap, Bluing, Nats of all kinds, cheap. ' ' C. G. PARISH <fc CO. ?? "?70U will always find C. West & Son's genuine X Kerosine Oil on hand, at either House?opposite the depot, or at Dobson's old stand. HAPPY CAL. POT-WARE. ~~ WE are offering bargains in Potware. Call and be convinced. C. G. PARISH & CO. REMEMBER i THAT. LATIMER & HEMPHILL'S Is the place .1 TO GET THE WORTH OF YOUR MONEY. FOR low prices and first-class Goods they cannot be beaten. We make a specialty or GENTS' READY-MADE CLOTHING. . CalL and examine our stook. We have elegant Dress Suits, nfeat Business 8uits, Cassimere and Flannel Suits. Also, Gents' Hats, Gloves, Ties, Cravats, English and fancy Hose, Shirts, Collars, and Handkerchiefs. - ' 1 * ' * GENTS' ELEGANT SUMMER SHOES Are selling very cheap. Be sure to call and examine these goods, ana yon will be convinced that ? ??- - T*w?#iSrTrf r i?- At. -J ?a _ ? JLiATIJH fill CL ni/jnrmuu o in tus piaw w trade. . . MILLINERY GOODS. A few of those elegant Hate left. Call and see them. Too can get them trimmed or nntrimmed. We have elegant artificial Flowers, selling very low. Also, Ladies' Gloves, Fans, Parasols, Ac. We Invite special attention to our - ' DRESS GOODS, Which we are selling very cheap. OUR GROCERY StOtiE Should not be forgotton, for there you will find a choice lot of Coffees, Teas, Sugar, New Orleans Molasses, Syrups, and Candies. Wekeepgenu< ine country-cured TENNESSEE HAMS, and sell at the very lowest prices. PLANTATION SUPPLIES. We have now a lot of Grant's Patent Grain Cradles?the best in nse. Also, Scythe Blades and Whetstones, Hoes, Shovels, Plows, Spades, Hames, Trace Chains, Backhands, Plow Lines, Horse and Mole Shoes, Wagon Irons, Laying Iron and Steel, Heel Bolts, Grass Rods. Leather by the side and fn pieces. Leather and Shuck Collars, Riding Bridles and Plow Bridles. LATIMER A HEMPHILL. JOHN C. KUYKENML.= In Hoe Signo Vinees. ' TORE DRUG STORE PARAGRAPHS. Paragraph In relation to Brashes. We have Brushes and Brashes, for your sisters, your cousins, and your aunts. Hair Brushes, Nail Brushes, Hand Brushes, Foot Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Throat Brushes, Shaving Brashes, shoe Brushes, Paint Brushes, Varnish Brashes, Kalsomine Brashes, Whitewash Brashes, Paste Brashes, Marking Brashes, Mucilage Brashes, Dasting Brashes, Ac. The individual who cannot be pleased in a brush atthe York Drug Store, had better app'y for the appointment of a commission "deinquirendo Lunatico." I Paragraph concerning Combs, Soaps, Perfames, Ac* .i Combs for the million. From the unpretending Hard Rubber at 5 cents, to the ostentations Rnd aristocratic Celluloid and Buffalo at $1.00. The whole Floral Kingdom pays tribute to its votaries in Dr. Price's Unique PerAimes we i show 50 different odors. Among other mysteries of the toilet we offer Bloom of Youth, Magnolia I Balm, white and pink Powder, Toilet Waters, Pomades, Hair Oils, Hoyt's German Cologne, Efoyt's new Floral Cologne, and last, but not least, Cologne of Kuvkendal's own inimitable manufhcture. Soap, from the humble but useful bar of the washerwoman, up through its gradations to the exquisite and matchless Savon a la Eeckelaer, which should have no baser use than that of exhaling its Elysian odors in-a lady's chamber. We take an inspiration and drap to a Paragraph in reference to Pipes, Ac. Pipes for the masses. From the common-place "Mud" and Historic Powbattan, up to the imported Bryrewood and Meerschaum. We have also Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Reed, German Cherry, and Corn-Cob stems. Cigars?the people's favorites, "Royal Bull," and "Eureka." Paragraph respecting Kalsomine. Johnson's Dry Kalsomine disinfects apartments in which it is applied, destroys disease germs that may infect the walls and prevents the exhalation of deleterious vapors. For sale at the York Drug Store. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL. HERNDON BROS. WANTED. . , rrin CORDS good, sound Bark,such as black. OUU oak, red oak,8p?tnishoak, white oak and chestnut oak, for which $4.00 per cord of 128 cubic feet, will be given in goods out of our Grooeiy Store, at cash prices. HERNDON BROS. CAKE-SEAT CHAIRS RE-SEATED. BRING vour old chairs along and have them re-seated and made as good as new. W. H. HERNDON. MILJLET SEED. DON'T fail to buy your Millet Seed. Any time after the 15th of April will do to sow it. HERNDON BROS. FISH. ~ ~ rjlHE nicest Shore Mackerel out, at8 for 10 cents, ' JL |1 per Kit, $2.25 per quarter barrel. Cheaper than Bacon. HERNDON8'. ~ HAMS. NICE Country-Cured Hams, cheap, for cash, medium weight. HERNDONS'. HOES. LONG-HANDLED Steel Hoes, and Hoes without Handles, cheap for cash. HERNDON BROS. COLLARS, HAMES, Trace-Chains, Backhands and HameStrings, at HERNDONS'. PLOWS. y SIDE and Straight Shovels, straight and twisted Bull Tongue Plows, cheap, for the money. HERNDON BR08. HEEL SCREWS AND Grass Rods for sale at HERNDON BROS'. BUGGIES FOR 850.00. WARRANTED to be worth ten dollars more than any Cincinnati Buggy ever sold in South Carolina' for fifty dollars. Also, BUGGIE8 of almost every conceivable variety from |50 up. PHAETONS AND ROCKAWAYS, A general assortm ent, from $125.00 up. WAGONS. Tennessee, Georgia and Home-made Wagons, from one-horse up to four. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES AND WAGONS Repaired at short notice. B. T. WHEELER. March 20 12 . tf AUCTION SAI?3ES. j ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. SI Y virtue of an order from the Judge of ProI bate of York oonnty, I will expose to public e at York Court House on the first Monday in June,next, the CHCSE8 IN ACTION belonging to the estate of A. J.McGiU, deceased, which have been appraised "desperate" or "doubtful." Terms of Sale?CASH. JOHN McGILL, Administrator. May 16 20 . 8t CLERK'S SALE. E. C. Happerfleld vs. J. A. Garvin and others.? Petition for Partition. RY virtue of an order made by His Honor B. f! Pmalav *u.hA M?n>h Tflrm of the Court ijfCommon Pleas for York county, I will expose to public sale at York Court House, on SALES-DAY IN JUNE NEXT, All that portion of the Strait land, not 'assigned in partition, situate about two miles below Yorkville, containing FORTY-THREE ACRES, MORE OR LESS, and bounded by the portions assigned to the petitioner and J. A. Garvin, and other lands. Terms?CASH. J. F. WALLACE, C. C. C. Pleas. May 8 19 4t SHERIFF'S SALES. nY virtue of writs ot fieri facias, to me directed, if will be sold between the legal hours of Sheriff '6 sale, ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE NEXT, at York Court House, the following property to wit: One tract of land situated on the waters of Bollock's Creek,-about nine miles west of Yorkville. on the Howell's Ferry road, bounded by lands ot J. B. Wbitesides, Edward Byers and others, don- taining 500 acres, more or lees, levied on as the Sroperty of J. C. Chambeis, at the suits of J. A. [cLean, Judge of Probate, and others. ' [$2.45 One tract ofland, situated about 41 miles northwest of Yorkville, on the head-waters of Buckhorn Creek, containing two hundred acres, more or less, bounded by lands of W. W. Jenkins, J. S. Hemphill and others, levied on as the property of William Black, deceased, at the auits of J. N. McElwee, Sr., and others, against E. C. Jefferys as Administratrix. " [$5.05 A lot in the town of Yorkville; situate on the corner of Congress and Liberty streets, containing one-fonrth of an acre, more or less, with the buildings thereon, known as the "Moore <fe Raihey" property, adjoining lot of Dr. R. T. Allison. Also, a tract ot land situated two- miles South of Yorkville,. containing two hundred acres, more or less, bounded by lands of B.-T.. Wheeler, estate of Mre. Templeton and others, levied on as the'property of John 8. Bratton, at the snit of R. -E. Bratton. $3.85 figf Terms In variably cash. Purchasers who do nnt mmnlv with tha terms nfula must enact the property Sid off by ttiem to besdvertit?<f fbr resale at their risk for the entitling sales-day. R. H. GLENN, 8. Y. C. May8 . > ; 19 4t ^ CLARK BROTHERS at the ix)west prices. FT is very Important" to know where yon can jl bay the best goods at the lowest prices. CLARK BROTHERS is the pkco to go Tf yon want the worth of yoffr money. Them stock of Groceries and Plantation Supplies la complete in Overy respect, they guarantee satisfaction on eve* ry article sola by them,and they promise to meet the sharpest competition, for Cash. It Was truly said that "competition ia the life of trade." Bat it should be based on quality,and not only. In price. CLARK BR0THER8. "good flour. WE are still in the lead on good Floor. -Real* izing'tbe fact that a good article in this line creates good feeling in the family, we: are deter* mined to come np to the fall reqoirements of oar trade, by giving the closest attention toward pro* caring "the best" and selling it at the lowest possible price. CLARK BROTHERS. bacon, hams and lard. A LARGE lot of Bacon always on band, which we will sell, as cheap as the cheapest.. We still have a few .Tennessee Country-Cared Hams. They are considered the beat in the market. Call and get one and tryit mid be convinced of their superior quality, we keep as good Lard as the market affords?Jnat like home-made Lard?and will aell it aa cheap as the cheapest. < Come*and see as. CLARK BROTHERS. sundries. WE have on hand a fall line of Farming Implements, embracing Steel Plows, D?w<ng Chains, Hames, Shuck ana Leather Collars, Blind Bridles, Backhands, Heel Screws, Grass Rods, Axes, Shovels, Spades, 8tsel Vorks, Goose-Neck Handled Hoes, Planters' Hoes without handles, Well Pnlleys, Mowing Scythes and Snaths, Grain Scythes, Haiman's Universal Plow Stock, which is the best In the market; Cut and Brad Nails. Charaf, Water Buckets, both fans*bound, and plain ; Well Backets, Canned Goods, in almost endless variety; Earthenware, in all shapes and sizes, and numerous other articles, all of which will be sold at tbe lowest prioes. ,.y CLARK BROTHER8. WE WANT TO SELL. WE want to sell some choice N. O. Molasses, in half barrels. We want to sell some nice Sugar at 11 pounds for $1.00. We want to sell some good Coffee at 6 pounds for $1.00. , ; . We want to sell some Durham Smoking Tobacco We want to sell some Lorfllard Snuff. ; We want tosell everything we have. Come and see us and bear onr prioes. CLARK BROTHERS. JOBPR Iff TING. OWING to our superior facilities with the best machine presses, an abnndanoo of type and first-class appointments throughout our < office, we are prepared to execote ALL MANNER OP JOB PRINTING in snperior style, and at prices that will compare with New York or Philadelphia charges for the same, qnality of work and materials. We have recently made a redaction in prices for the following classes of work, to which we invite the attention of business men: BILL HEADS. j':'! - ? For 500 For 1000 : Half-sheet Bill Heads ....$3.00 $?00 Fourth-sheet Bill Heads, 2.25 . 8.50 Sixth-sheet B1U Heads,... 2.00 8100 Monthly statements at same price of sixth-sheet bill heads. We will fill an order for hill heads, giving any desired number of either sise of sheet at proportionate prices, LETTER HXIADS. For 500 For 1000 Commercial Note,. $2.15 $3.25 Paoket Note, 2.25 K50 Tirtiir (luriMRlfA^ 8.00 fi.00 For the above work wo use a superior quality of paper, and guarantee entire satisfaction in everyinstance. ' ' " we also give special attention to the printingof Briefs, Arguments and Points and Authorities, which we furnish strictly according to the requirements of the Jnstioee or the Supreme Court, and in proof reading exercise the utmost care to ensure aocuracy. . We are prepared to furnish all other kinds of printing, from a visiting card to a large volume, and will be pleased to furnish estimates for any style of work desired. Address, L. M. GRIST, Yorkville, 8. C. April 10 ~ 15 tf FOR HEALTH AND PLEASURE '00 TO PATTERSON'S CELEBRATED SPRINGS. 3TOESE SPRINGS are situated four miles south of Shelby and six miles north ofWhiterja on the Air-Line Railroad. The mineral waters are sulphur and chalybeate. The properties of the sulphur are iron, sulphur and magnesia. Properties oombined are beneficial to all diseases, and never fell to cure the most obstinate cases, as many will testify. The chalybeate waters cannot be surpassed; having wrought many almost miraculon8 cores. These CELEBRATED SPRINGS was opened the first of April, and the prices are in reach of all, having been greatly reduced this season. Bathing houses, croquet grounds, ten-pin alley and other amusements and attractions free to visitors. Hacks running from this place will meet visitors at SHELBY, or at WHITAKER'S, on the Air-Line Railroad, upon short notice to the Proprietor; . 'RATES OP BOARD ? Per day.......; $ 1 25 Po?? waaIt 7 00 Per montfi 20 00 Per month, for two or more months,..... 18 00 Children and Servants half price. ' ' For farther particulars, address . W. G. PATTERSON, Proprietor, Shelby, N. C. May 1 18 13t STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, YORK COUNTY. WHEREA8 J. F. WALLACE, Clerk of the Circuit Conrt, has app lied to me for Letters of Administration on all and singular, the goods and chattels, rights and credits of Mia. E. 8. DUNLAP, deceased, and of ISAAC L. DUNLAP, deceased, and of RUFUS J. DUNLAP, deceased. These are, therefore, to dte 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 for the said county, to be holden at,York Court House on the 19TH DAY OF JUNE, next to shew cause, if anv, why the said Administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and Seal, this 8th day of Mav, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and seventh-nine, and in the 103rd year of the Independence of the United States of America. ANDREW JACKSON, Judge of Probate. May 8 10 6t . . DENTISTRY. ' WHY pay $20 for a set of TEETH, urVJMV* when yon can have a set made of ^-Lu-LJ-p he BEST MATERIALS, at my office in Yorkville, for only $10, and warranted to give entire satisfaction ? W. M. WALKER*.