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A correspondent, writing from Washing- j
ton, says : "Guiteau's trial haviug been fixed j
for November 7, suggests the reflection that
by that time nearly all the abnormal rancor
toward him, growing out of the colossal effects
of his crime, will have died away. There
would be 110 danger of a lynching if he were
taken exposed through the streets to-day.
People absorbed in the great and sad event
lie caused have almost forgotten the wretched
man, and only the morbid minds of the community
have followed cksely the trivialties
of his prison life and flocked thus early to i
the future scene of his trial. His lawyer will !
make a strong case of his insanity?the evi- j
dence collected so far promises that?but j
I.<-.?K..** mill tio dppin >d n sufficient de- !
ITUCbU^I lb 1IIK uw MVV* .? ?
raugemeut of mind to warrant his acquittal,
the jury must say. But there would be very
few juries in the country capable of resisting
public opinion sufficiently to decide against
his puaisment. This fact makes the labors
of his relative and attorn ay seem vain. He
will not certainly, die by the baud of another
assassiu."
CaT An interesting coincidence in the Guiteau
case, is that of Henry Lawrence, who in
1836 attempted the life of President Jackson.
He hung around the White House like Guiteau,
impressed with the idea that the government
owed hiin some -large office, until he
became a monomaniac on that subject. Providing
himself with two pistols, he went to
the Capitol and waited for the Presideut, who
was attending a funeral, to come out. The
latter was leaning 011 the ai m of his Secretary
of State, Levi Woodbury, when Lawrence
pulled the trigger. Fortunately the pistol
snapped, and the would-be assassin was instantly
seized before the second pistol could
be fired. His alleged reason for the deed
was that by removing the President it would
allow the Vice President, Van Buren, an
opportunity to do justice to the country. His
defense was iusauity, and he was acquitted
on that charge and confined in an asylum.
Kaf* It is now announced by Mr. Scoville,
counsel for Guiteau, that all questions of jurisdiction
and malpractice will be waived and
the defense will take their stand on the plea
of iusanity alone. This determination has
been arrived at because of the short time in
which they have to prepare for trial, and because
of the discovery of Guiteau's application
some time ago for a pension. Guiteau
had never beeu in the army and the medical
examiner endorsed upon the papers, "Insane."
5ST The only Western States that have held
their own iu wheat production are Kansas,
Wisconsin, Kentucky aud Nebraska. Illinois
has suffered a loss of about 32,000,000
bushels ; Indiana, 20,000,000 ; Iowa, 10,000,000
; Michigan, 15,000,000 ; Minnesota, 8,000,000
; Missouri, 10,000,000; Ohio, 13,000,000.
It remains to be seen whether the estimated
diminished product of cotton, along
with that of grain, will have a cumulative
effect on prices.
Jfey It is stated that the longest drought
which this couutry has ever known was in
the year 1762, when for 123 days in succession,
endiug September 1st, no rain fell over a
considerable part of what was at the time
settled territory.
Alston, Fairfield Co., S. C., Feb., 1880.
Dr. L. T. Hill: Dear Sir?I am proud to
say that your medicine has done more for me
than all the other medicines I have ever tried.
1 pronouuce your Hepatic Panacea superior
to all for Liver, Stomach and Dyspepsia.
v Yours respectfully, J. 3. SWYGERT.
?&* For sale by Jno. C. Kuykendal.
Commercial.
YORKVILLE, October 2G.?Cotton quiet at
from 7* to 10.G5.
LIVERPOOL, October 25.?Cotton firm. Middling
uplands, 6 7-16d.
NEW YORK, October25.?Cotton quiet. Mid
tiling uplands 11.7-10 to 115. Futures easy. Sales
129,000 bales, as follows: October, 11.44 to 11.40;
November, 11.46 to 11.47 ; December, 11.60 to 11.61;
January, 11.79 to 11.80; February, 11.94 to 11.95;
March,*12.10 to 12.11; April, J2.23 to 12.24; May.
12.35 to 12.37 ; June, 12.45 tc 12.47 ; July, 12.57
to 12.58.
Comparative Cotton Statement.
NEW YORK, October 21.?The following isthe
comparative cotton statement for the week ending
to-day: 18S1. 1880.
Receiptsatall ports for the week,..181,771 234,154
Total receipts to this date, 958,518 1.084,683
Exports for the week, 79,869 105,136
Total Exports to this date, 452,414 517,307
Stock at all United States ports,...575,320 557,658
Stock at all interior towns, 99,516 84,975
Stock at Liverpool, 542,000 36S.000
American afloat for Great Britain...105,000 223,000
HYMENEAL.
Marrikd?On the 4th instant, in Fort Mill
township, by Elder J. M. Garrison, Mr. T. G.
McCUETand Miss L. A. KNOX. Both of Mecklenburg
county, N. C.
OBITUARY.
Dikd?In Cherokee township, on the 18th of
October, 1881, of typhoid dysentery, Mrs. NAZARETH
SEAPOCH, wife of Peter'Seapoeh, aged
68 years and 5 months.
fti Cherokee township, on the 28th of July, 1881,
of typhoid dysentery and cholera morbus, CORRIE
MAY, daughter of E. R. and M. T. Seapoch,
aged one year four months and fifteen days.
In Yorkville, S. C., October 22d, 1881, INFANT
DAUGHTER of Colonel and Mrs. Asbury Coward.
Near Bethel, on the 17th of October, 18S1, ANNA
MAY, daughter of S J. and C. B. Clinton,
aged 1 year 7 months and 26 days.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of AMOS
RHEA, deceased, are hereby notified to make
payment to the undersigned, on or before the
15TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1&S1. Persons
having claims against the said estate are hereby
notified to present the same, properly authenticated,
by the above-mentioned date, or be barred
payment.
JNO. L. DAVIES, Administrator.
October 27 43 3t
DOBSON & PARISH.
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES.
I7*EED your HORSES, this week, at DOBSON
Jit PARISH'S Feed and Livery Stables, at
25 CENTS A MEAL.
a October 27 43 It
" LOOK OUT! LOOK OUT!!
"1NOR DOBSON A PARISH'S first-class FEED J
j? AND LIVERY STABLE, situated on Dobson's
public liitching lot, in the centre of town,
where you can get your horses fed by the single
meal, day, week or month, and groomed in lirsteiass
style. First-class HORSES, BUGGIES
and VEHICLES of all descriptions, to hire at any
and all calls. Charges moderate, and satisfaction
guaranteed.
We are now offeringgreat bargains in secondhand
Western Buggies. Call atour Stables and be
convinced of these facts. DOBSON & PARISH.
THE CORNER DRUGSTORE^
INTO THE WHITE HOUSE AT LAST.
l LL persons who wish to paint their Houses
J\ will find it to their advantage to call on
JOHN MAY, Jr., at the Corner Drug Store, and
get his prices on
PAINTS AND OILS.
It will make your hair stand on your head. He
is the manufacturer's Agent, and consequently,
he cannot be undersold.
PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION.
ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to i
the undersigned, are respectfully invited to |
call at an early day and settle their Accounts. VVe |
need money, and will be glad to receipt your
bills at anv'time you can ma-ce it convenient.
Dr. JOHN MAY, Agent.
J. M. ADAMS. |
look out.
flMIE greatest variety and the best goods for the
J_ least money, in Stoves, Tin Ware, Pot were,
and House Furnishing Goods, ever offered in
Yorkville, is now open at ADAMS' Tin and Stove
Rooms. A call is invited from everybody. Don't
all come at once. J. M. ADAMS.
GAL VAN! Z E D SHEET I RON.
THE best thing out for the bottoms of Molasses
boilers. For sale by
J. M. ADAMS, Stove and Tin man.
~ POTWARE.
YUU can una tne Desi assortment 01 rouvare,
of all kinds, at the Yorkville Tin Factory.
J. M. ADAMS.
sqTjirrel cage.
A SQUIRREL CAGE forsalo by
J. M. ADAMS, the Tin and Stove Dealer.
TERMS STRICTLY CASliT
FROM this date my terms will be strictly Cash
on delivery, without respect to persons.
J. M. ADAMS.
J. J. SMITH & CO.
WE ARE NOT GOING TO BE UNDERSOLD
BY any House in town, which
SELLS GOODS FOR PROFIT.
We realize the fact that Cash is worth as much to
us as it is to anybody else. We are determined
to keep up our stock *
FRESH AND COMPLETE,
By bringing in new and desirable goods every
week, to meet the wants of our friends, and all
we ask is for you to see our Goods and hear our
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
JUST GOME IN AND LOOK AROUND,
And if you don't see what you want, ask for it.
Parties who purchased
FERTILIZERS FROM US
Last Spring, will bear in mind that all Notes and
Accounts
MATURE ON NOVEMBER 1ST.
Those who do not pay up by that time will forfeit
the opTlon of paying in Cotton, and will have
TO PAY IN MONEY
For the amount of Cotton due at 15 cents per
pound. J. J. SMITH & CO.
LATIMER & HEMPHILL.
AND still they go. Those beautiful
BONNETS AND BEAVER HATS
Are going out daily. Why? Because they are
sold
SO CHEAP AND ARE SO STYLISH.
All kinds of
DRESS GOODS
Cheap.
PAY UP, PAY UP.
All parties indebted to us by Account, Note,
Mortgage or Loin, also for Guano, will please
come forward and pay up, as
NOW IS THE ACCEPTED TIME,
And monej' and Cotton we need.
L ATI ME It & HEMPHILL.
LATTA BROTHERS
FAMILY GROCERIES
AND*
PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
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CORN AND MEAL,
At LATTA BROTHERS'.
BACON, HAMS AND LARD,
At LATTA BROTHERS'.
COTTON STEELYARDS,
At LATTA BROTHERS'.
BAGGING AND TIES,
At LATTA BROTHERS', j
SMOKE
FOREST KING CIGAR,
Sold by LATTA BROTHERS', j
l
All grades of
SUGAR, COFFE AND TEAS,
At . LATTA BROTHERS'. ;
I
All grades of
FLOUR,
At LA IT A BROTH ICRS'.
SEED OATS.
WHITE BELGIAN and RED RUST PROOF
T T Oats for sale at LATTA BROTHERS'.
M. STRAUSS.
LOW PRICES FOR READY MONEY,
? ?
M. STRAUSS
OFFERS his stock of Goods, JUST RECEIVED,
at very
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
Parties wishing to save money will find it to
their interest to examine his
STOCK AND PRICES,
Either cannot be beat.
NOTICE.
THE time has arrived for SETTLING. All
those indebted to me, either for SUPPLIES
OR GUANOS, will please bring in their cotton
and SETTLE AT ONCE, as I am in honor bound
to settle with my Company on the 1st of November.
Those indebted by NOTE or ACCOUNT !
carried from last year, will also come without i
further invitation. J. \V. P. HOPE.
October 1.'J -11 lit '
T. M. DOBSON.
THE NEW YORK HOUSE.
3,000 YARDS OF PRINTS
AT
5 CENTS PER YARD.
GRA2STD RUSH.
COME soon, or all will be gone.
NEW YORK HOUSE,
Leader Low Cash Prices.
TO MY READERST
I take this method to have a little chat with you.
I would prefer to talk to you in person, and hope
soon to have that privilege; but as I know the
valuable ENQUIRER will reach hundreds while
I am devoting my time and attention to those
who visit my store, I have, therefore, to be content
to converse with you in this manner, until
you visit me, and I cordially invite you to pay
me that visit at your earliest convenience, believing
that I can make it mutually beneficial. .My
business is to sell merchandise. I make it my
study, and spare no pains to give satisfaction in
dealing with my patrons, in order to further extend
my well-earned reputation of being the
reliablo House of this town.
In the face of all drawbacks I must
Be ahead of all competition.
And I propose to remain there or bust
By holding my present position.
An inspection of my New York stock ought to
be sufficient to convince any one that 1 have added
new laurels to mv reputation as the live GENERAL
MERCHANDISE HOUSE, and I feel
satisfied that nowhere else in this town can there
be found such a well-selected stock and varied
assortment of Goods as I can show. Anticipating
flush and better times in future, I made my purchases
accordingly, and am fully prepared to
meet your wants, as well as your pocket books.
A year ago I supposed'goods wdreaway down to
rock bottom ; but I am happy to announce that I
can now give you goods cheaper than ever.
Come and see njy stock before you buy, as I believo
you can get goodsascheap, and I know you
cannot get better goods anywhere else.
NEW YORK HOUSE,
Leader Low Cash Prices.
EMPORIUM OF FASHION
IS still ahead in Fashions, not only now, but
has been and will be in future. It keeps latest
st3'les of
HATS AND BONNETS,
Fashionable goods of all kinds, polite Clerks,
first-class Trimmers, and prices as low as firstclass
goods can be sold. My stock of
KID AND COTTON GLOVES
Cannot be surpassed in this place. Perfumeries,
Soaps and all kinds of Fancy Goods on hand.
Great bargains in line Hose, to close out. Hose I
sold for $l.^o, now selling at 75 cents, and Hose I
sold for $1.00 are now selling for 50 cents. Children's
Hose reduced in proportion.
GREAT BARGAINS
In fine Corsets. Small numbers, I sold^ for $1.00
and ?1.50, now offering for 50 cents. Come and
see mv Hose and Corsets, and be sure not to forget
my big drive in Remriants of Laces. Also,
that
BUTTE RICK'S PATTERNS
Cannot be bought at any other House in town.
Any Pattern not in stock will be ordered at once
and sold at New York Cost, thereby saving you
trouble and postage.
THE DELINEATOR
Ordered to any place for $1.00, and a premium of
50 cents worth of Patterns of your own selection.
Old Hats and Bonnets retrimmed at short notice
and at reasonable prices. Kemember,
NO GOODS TAKEN BACK
Only by special agreement. Call at Emporium
of Fashion, whether you want goods or not. A
nice place for ladies to rest. T. M. DOBSON.
CL. ARK BROTHERS
NOTICE.
ALL persons owing us ON ACCOUNT are
hereby notified that the same is now due and
that their early attention TO SETTLING WITH
US will be much appreciated. Wo will pay parties
who owe us MORE FOR THEIR COTTON
than any one else, when the Cotton is applied to
liquidating obligations.
CLARK BROTHERS.
NOTICE.
r IIAVE received the NOTES of parties, given
me last Spring, for Fertilizers, FOR COLLECTION,
and would advise every one to come and
make settlement with me before the 1ST OF NOVEMBER,
as after that date the Notes may pass
out of my hands into the hands of others who
might be harder to settle with.
R. F. CLARK, Agent.
BAGGING AND TIES.
1*7"E are prepared to furnish all those in need
TT of Bagging and Ties at low prices. Our
stock is liir?rp and will he konf so dnritifr the sea
son. T'LAHK BROTHERS;
siftings.
Physicians and others are notified that there has
been received at the York Drug Store a large lot
of Cinchonidia in ounces, and Quinine in ounces
and bulk, at prices that were never heard of before.
We scorn legitimate competition in the prices of
Paints, Oils, Painters' Supplies, &c. We Hatter
ourselves that we are prepared to offer inducements
in the matter of prices and quality of goods
that some dealers cannot, and others will not.
.We are offering low grade Chewing Tobacco at
37J cents, medium at 45 cents, good at 50 cents
and tine at 75 cents to ?1.00 per pound. BigStock
in Store.
A complete tonsillar outfit consisting of Razor,
Strap, Brush, Combination Mug, and Mirror, can
be had at the York Drugstore.
We have Lamps enough to stock, respectably,
half the Stores in York. You can bet your Parotid
(Hand that they have to be sold at some price.
Bluestone in quantity, at the York Drug Store,
for wheat sowers.
Why let the nimble rodent feed on your ?1.25
bushel corn, when Rough on Rats will destroy
the generation and remcm branee of them ? R. on
R. sold at the York Drugstore.
Onion Sets, for Fall planting, expected in a few
days at the York Drug Store.
We would like to say a word about some extra
tine wheat, that we have for sale, that has yielded
as much as 13 bushels to one pintsown ; but Capt.
Grist says that this space must be devoted to our
legitimate business?Drugs.
JOIIN C. KUYKENDAL.
PAY UP.
ALL persons indebted to the undersigned for
stock, are hereby reminded that their NOTES
were due on the 1st instant, and PROMPT AND
FULL PAYMENT of the same will bo required.
These Notes and other papers thereto pertaining,
are in the hands of Maj. J. H. BARRY, Yorkville,
who is fully authorized to make.settlements
in our behalf. J. L. WATSON CO.
October f? 4" 41*
HUNTER, OATES & CO.
CALL AT ONCE
And examine our fine assortment of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
Which has been purchased of one of the best
houses in
NEW YORK,
Whose Goods are noted for their durability and
fit. These Goods will be sold at
"HARD-TIME" PRICES.
Vn"'a VrtnHw' Rnsiness Suits from 87,00 Ul)
ward. Men's line Dress Suits, Broadcloth, Worsted,
Dahlia, JP. K., Granite Cloth
COATS AND VESTS,
Splendid black Doeskin Pants, Fancy Oassimere
Pants of almost every description. We would
call special attention to the fact that we keep on
hand a good line of
CLOTHING FOR BOYS,
| From 4 to 16 years of age. Over-Coats from $2.50
upward. See our latest style Reversible, Gossamer
and
RUBBER OVERCOATS AND LEGGINS
We have a nice selection of men's and hoys' late
style Hats at various prices. Buy the best Pearl
Shirt for $1.00 unlaunilried, and $1.25 lanndried.
The best assortment of Turn down and Standing
LINEN COLLARS,
Of the latest style. Undershirts of all grades and
prices. Socks, Handkerchiefs and Drawers in
abundance. An excellent
HAND-SEWED BOOT
I
For dress. We have an enormous stock of coarse
heavy Boots, Brogans and Plow Shoes, Women's
full stock Veal, Calf, Grain and Split Polkas.
Men's and women's fine Shoes of almost every
Hn/1 ntwl Tirif?w j
TRUNKS, VALISES SATCHELS
And Umbrellas, at low figures. Almost every
kind of Hardware you can mention.
THOUSANDS OF YARDS
Of Plaids and Shirtings. Big lot of Drills, Ticking,
Hickory Shirting, Jeans, Denims, Sheeting,
Towels, Table Linen, Cretonne, Counterpanes,
Lace Curtains and Blankets. Colored Flannels
of almost every description. A large quantity of
Bleaching on hand.
J
DRESS GOODS,
Of tho latest style and at low prices, with Trimmings
to suit. Laces in great variety, Embroidery,
Edging, Bobinet, Ribbon, Tarleton, Braid,
Handkerchiefs, Dexter Cotton, Pins, Hair Pins,
Needles, Buttons, Gloves, Corsets,
CREPE, COLLARS AND CUFFS,
Brushes, Combs, Jet Jewelry, Soap, Ac., Ac., Ac.
Nice line of Books and Stationery. Positively
II1U inigwt aoaui blllDIJlUl ]
PLATED WARE AND JEWELRY j
In town. Sec our Ladies' Cloaks, Shawls, Balmorals
and Undervests and Children's
KNIT SACQUES.
A full assortment of Geo. A. Clark's 0. N. T. and
J. & P. Coates' Spool Thread. Ask for the
LATEST STYLE HOOP SKIRT.
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OUR GROCERY
Contains a full supply of the following Goods :
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Meal, Hominy, Flour,
Salt, Oat Meal, Bacon, Corn, Hams, Plows, Axes,
Hames, Picks, Shovels, Hoes, Trace Chains,
i Backhands, Leather, Brooms, Mule Bits, Brier
j Hooks, Axle Trees and Axes.
I
CervixED GOODS
Of all kinds. Tomatoes, Corn, Apples, Pears,
Oysters, Salmon, Sardines, Corned Beef, Pickles,
Cucumbers, Chow-Chow, Cauliflower, Horse:
Radish, Pepper Sauce.
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PREPARED MUSTARD.
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j Ginger Preserves and Jelly. Baking Powder, !
I Ginger, Nutmegs, Clovas, Cinnamon, Pepper, j
j Spice, Gelatine, Extract of Lemon and Vanilla, I
Corn Starch,
I !
! CONDENSED NlILIi,
i
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| Cream Tartar, Horsford's Broad Preparation, r
| Soda, Blacking, Blacking Brushes, Curry Combs, j
' Adamantine and Parafline Candles, Concentrated i
Lyo, Ac., Ac.
; Minis inn is in riant tun ^
i . j
Will bear in mind that
THE COTTON OPTION CEASES
The first of November.
HUNTER, GATES & CO.
WITHERS ADICKES,
WANTED.
ALL manner of Country Produce. Butter and
Eggs?high price at present. Tallow, Beeswax,
etc., etc. WITHERS ADICKES.
HA R DAYAR E7^
Y17"E are replenishing our stock. Sheep-Sbears,
f ?/ Grass Blades, etc.
WOODEN-WARE
And Brooms received this week. Well Buckets,
Rope, etc., etc.
NEW CROCKERY
This week. Also, a lot of
groceries.
Our stock is complete. Come and see us.
WITHERS ADICKES.
received tiiis week.
CHEESE, Sugars, Canned Meats and Vegetables,
Teas, Coffees, Now Crop Rice, Irish Potatoes,
Snowflake Soda Biscuit, etc., etc. Candies,
etc.
tobacco.
Fine assortment, bought at old prices. Cigars
and Cigarettes, etc.
new mackerel.
Loose and in i Barrels.
coffee and sugar.
Coffee of all grades, from 121 cents up. Sugars
of every kind. Of Canned Goods and Fancy
Groceries, we profess to carry the largest assortment
in town. Fresh Oatmeal.
WITHERS ADICKES.
cowpeast
WE have a lot of Cow Peas for sowing and for
cattle-feed. Also, Peas ground into Meal?
the best feed for milch cows.
vinegar,
Cider, Molasses, new barrol of Chow-Chow this
week. Jellies in Pails and at retail, Crackers in
great variety, the lincst Soda Wafer to be had,
fresh Raisins, Currants, Lemons, Citron, etc.
WITHERS ADICIC15S.
KENNEDY BRO& & BARRON.
dry goods. notions. &c.
WE have received and want to sell a nice lot
of Dress Goods, Alpacas, Cashmeres, Fancy
Plaids, Calicos, Plaid Linings, Balmoral Skirts,
all prices; Iloon Skirts, Cotton Flannel, Red
Flannel, White Flannel, Dress Flannel, Hickorj7
Shirting, Sea Island Shirting, Bleached Shirting,
Ticking, Waterproof Cloth, Cassiineres, Jeans?
the old Kentucky Home-Mado Jeans, call and see
it; Sheeting, Eureka Diaper, Oil Cloth, Cotton
and Linen Table Cloth. Lace, Lamberqnins, Cre
tonne. A nice lot of Gents' Cravats, Ladies' Cravats,
Collars, Ruffs, etc. Shetland Wool, Zephyr,
Corsets, Toilet Soap, Ac., at prices to suit.
KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON.
WANTED.
EVERY one that owes us to call and pay their
Notes and Accounts. WE MEAN EVERY
ONE, NO EXCEPTIONS. We need the money
at once. KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON.
GUANO.
GUANO NOTES are now due. We do not
know how long they will be in our hands.
Better call and take them up.
KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON, Agents.
SHOES, BOOTS, &C.
HAVE received Shoes, Boots, Gents' Hats and
Ready-Made Clothing.
KENNEDY BROS. A RaRRON.
^WOOL.
HIGHEST market price paid, in trade, for
Wool.
KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON.
PREP A RE FOR WINTER.
CARPETS, Blankets, Cloaks and Over-Coats,
at KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON'S. .
G. H. O'LEARY.
FURNITURE STORE.
WHEN yon come to town, don't fail to call
at the Furniture Store. It will do you
good to see the fine display of goods and the very
low figures for which they are selling dailv.
G. H. O'LEARY.
SOFAS AND LOUNGEST~
A HANDSOME Sofa or a good Lounge can be
had at the Furniture Store.
G. H. O'LEARY.
WARDROBES AND SIDEBOARDS."
IF you want an elegant Wardrobe or Sideboard,
call at G. H. O'LEARY'S.
BEDSTEADS, EDREADX, &C.
BEDSTEADS atall prices, Bureaux, Bedroom
Suites, Ac., at G. H. O'LEARY'S.
a
window shades.
A NICE lot of Oil Cloth Window Shades at
G. H. O'LEARY'S.
"stoves.
TAM still selling Iron King and Elmo Cook
Stoves. Repairs for any of the Stoves 01
ChHrles Noble & Co., of Philadelphia, can be procured
of G. H. O'IjEARY.
harness.
HARNESS, of good quality and workmanship,
always on hand and for sale at prices in accordance
with the times.
G. H. O'LEARY.
saddles.
OF my own make, always on hand and for
sale. G. II. O'LEARY.
IIERA DON BROS.
COTTON VS. GUANO AND PHOSPHATES.
TO our friends who bought Guanos and Phosphates
from us this year, we ask you to bring
us the COTTON, as we are giving more for it than
any one will give you. Your Notes fall due on
the 15TH OF OCTOBER, and the time is not far
off. Do not delay, as delays are dangerous, and
it will be a great accommodation to us to see our
friends and customers as good as their promises.
Bring us your Cotton. We need it as well as
money, to prosecute our business. *
HERNDON BROS.
cotton and groceries.
SOME or our friends are very prompt ana
meant business when they said on or before
October 15th. Do likewise. We will take your
Cotton at a BIGGER PRICE than anyone'will
give you for it. Remember us, as we have been
with you from January 1st, 1881, to the present
time. We filled our part of the contract; now do
us the kindness to till yours.
HERNDON BROTHERS.
WAGONS! WAGONS!!
*
AS Agents for the Piedmont Wagon Company,
we offer for sale
THE BEST WAGON FOR THE MONEY,
Sold. Every man, who has used these Wagons,
speaks in the highest terms of them.
THEY ARE CHEAP,
And a better Wagon for the same money is not
sold in theseor any othor diggings.
HERNDON BROTHERS.
TAX NOTICE?1880.
OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER,)
York County, >
Yorkvillk, S. C., August 15th, 1881. J
MY BOOKS for the final collection of the
TAXES for the fiscal year 1880, will be
opened at the following times and places, to wit:
At Yorkville, from Monday, 17th day of October,
until Monday, 31st day of October, the time
for closing the Books.
Total levies for State and County, 12J mills on
the dollar. Special levy in Broad River township,
lif mills on the dollar, for fence purposes.
Also, one dollar on all taxable polls between the
ages of 21 and 00 years.
Tax-payers are earnestly requested to meet the
Treasurer at their respective township appointments,
in order to avoid a rush at tho Court House,
during the last days of the collection.
H. A. D. NEELY, Treasurer York County.
September 29 39 tf
EQUALIZATION BOARD.
OFFICE OF AUDITOR YORK COUNTY, 1
Yorkville, S. C., October 18,1881. j
NOTICE is hereby given that there will be a
meeting of the Equalization Board of York
county, in the office of the County Auditor, on
MONDAY, THE 7TII OF NOVEMBER NEXT,
when and where all matters properly coming before
it will be duly considered.
w. b. Williams, county Auditor.
October 20 42 3t
H. F. APICKES, JR.
THE YORK SHOE STORE
HAS a very full stock of all kinds of Shoes
and asks buyers to make a careful comparison
of stock and prices.
All kir'ls of Ladies' Fine Shoes.
All kinds of Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes.
All kinds of Men's and Boys' Fine Shoes.
A very large assortment of Men's and
Boys' BOOTS AND HEAVY SHOES,
and ut prices that can't be beat.
See our Woman's Polka for ONE DOLLAR.
Our STOCK OF HATS for Men and
Boys is very full and are priced very low.
A WOOL HAT as low as 25 cents, for men
or boy*.
We have just received a nice assortment of
MEN'S FINE CLOTHING and a few
SUITS FOR BOYS, from 9 to 16 years.
We have a beautiful line of nice fancy
CASSIMERE PANTS, and Dark Blue and
Black Pique and Doeskin, all just in.
Don't forget that our stock of SHIRTS
AND COLLARS is the first in town, and
in addition, we keep a large line of HEAVY
HOME MADE SHIRTS, DRAWERS and
PANTS. We are making very low prices
on all goods in our Shoe Store.
H. F. ADICKES, Jr.
-o
WE HAYE JUST OPENED
THE best PRINTS for the price, that we
have ever before shown. ONLY 5 CENTS
PER YARD. A large line, all colors.
In addition to the above, we have received
a pretty lot of the very newest things in
FALL PRINTS.
A lot of beautiful QUILT PATTERNS,
at very low prices.
Don't fail to see our BLEACHED HOMESPUN
at ten cents per yard.
We have determined to sell out our stock
of DRESS GOODS, and have marked them
down to very low prices. We have a very
full line of nice BLACK CASHMERES and
ALPACAS, all qualities, ajwl a very large
assortment of fancy DRESS GOODS, both
fine and low priced Goods. Don't fail to call
and see our stock. We mean exactly what
we say. They MUST AND SHALL BE
SOLD.
Our stock of staple DRY GOODS is full in
every department, and our prices are as low as
the lowest.
We have just opened < nice lot of NECK
RUFFLING, GLOVES, Ac. A lot of the
most beautiful LACE that we have ever
shown. 4 pieces of nice BLACK VELVET
at very low prices.
We have a very nice line of LADIES'
CLOAKS, at prices unheard of before.
It is dull times with us, and now is the
time THAT CASH WILL COUNT. Do
not fail to come early, and don't wait for the
GRAND RUSH.
H. F. ADICKES, Jr.
EARLY AND PROMPT SETTLEMENTS
or
dill IRIS 111 SIB UMTS
Will be appreciated.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED
To ADICKES & COLCOCK for Guano or otherwise,
are requested to callaud settle before the
1ST OF NOVEMBER.
After that date, all parties owing us for GUANO
or ACIDS will lose the
COTTON OPTION.
H. F. ADICKES, Jr. '
AUCTION SALES.
SHERIFF'S SALES.
BY virtue of write offieri facias, to me directed,
will be sold between the legal hours of
Sheriff's salo, on THE FIRST MONDAY IN
NOVEMBER NEXT,
at York Court House, the following property
to wit:
1. All that tract of land situate on the waters
of Bullock's Creek, bounded by lands of J. S. R.
Thomson, Mrs. Srnarr, S. L. Davidson and others,
containing seven hundred acres more or less.
2. Also, one tract situate on Howell's Ferry
road, on waters of Clark's Fork creek, adjoining
lands of E. G. By?rsf J. W. Jones, J. N. NcGill
and others, containing three hundred. acres,
more or less.
o k i?? fi,n tnmn nf Ynrkville. situ
o, X\nu, WIlu iww tut vuv ?v f. .. .
ate on Main or Congress street, east side, containing
one half acre, more or less, with brick
dwelling, store room and out buildings, bounded
by lots of Estate of H. F. Adickes and Jno. C.
Kuykendal.
4. Also, one tract, situate on North Carolina
line, adjoining lands of ? Garrett, Mrs. Boleyn
and others, containing one hundred and twentyfive
acres, more or less.
5. Also, one other tract, bounded by lands of
Mrs. Boleyn, Wm. Barber and others, containing
one hundred acres, more or less.
6. Also, one other tract of laud, situate near
the King's Mountain Battle ground, bounded by
lands of J. M. Hambright, the "Hemingway
lands," now owned by Goforth and others, containing
one hundred and seven acres, more or
less.
No. Also, one other tract of land, situate on
the Landsfora road, seven miles from Yorkviile,
and known as the "Sandifer lands," containing
one hundred and sixty acres, more or loss, bounded
by lands of F. H. Brown, George Canslcr and
others.
No. 8. Also,on6 other tract of land, situate on the
waters of Fishing Creek, known as a part of the
"William Ilanna lands," containing two hundred
aDd ten acres, more or less, bounded by homestead
landsof William Hanna.T. A. Moore, Mary
Boggs and others.
No. 9. Also, oi\e house and lot in the town of
Yorkviile, situate on Jetferson street, embracing
twenty-eight and one-half acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of J. A. Carroll, J. A. Latta,
and A. Williford, and by lots of John C. McClain,
J. W. Avery, the Yorkviile Female College
and others.
The alwve property levied on as the property
of S. Rufus Moore, at the suits of T. A. Moore,
J F. Wallace and others. $17.50.
All the right, title aud interest of Thomas P.
Black, deceased, in two tracts of land in York
county, on the waters of Big Allison Creek: ,
One, containing Fifty (50) acres more or less,
bounded by lands now or formerly of Wilson
and Miller; and the other containing one
hundred and forty-nine (149) acres, more or less,
lying on the side of Allison Creek, South. Above
tracts were purchased by T. P. Black from N. G.
Adams, by whom they were purchased from
John S. Allen. Levied on at the suit of John G.
Black, assignee,Ugaiust Joseph Black, Admr. of
T. P. Black, deceased. $4.55.
All that portion of the "J. G. McSwain place,"
lately conveyed by John W. Smith to David H.
Smith, containing thirty acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of J. M. Smarr and others.
Levied on as the property of David H. Smith, at
the suits of R. M. Orossand others. ($4.60
psr Terms invariably cash. Purchasers who do
not comply with the terms of sale, must expect the
property bid off by them to be advertised for rosale
at their risk for the ensuing sales-day.
R. H. GLENN, S. Y. C.
October 6 40 5t
CLERK'S SALE.
SOUTH CAROLINA?YORK COUNTY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Sallie A. Elders, alias Coylo, and others, against
Simpson Stewart, A. Jack. Stewart and
others.
PURSUANT to the Order of Sale in above entitled
cause, I will expose to public sale, on
SALES-DAY IN NOVEMBER
Now next ensuing, all that tract or parcel of land,
containing
NINETY (90) ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
Lying on King's Creek, in said county, and
bounded by lands of L. H. McSwain, J. R. Dickson,
the late Abram Hardin and E. B. McSwain
Also, tbo interest of Abner Stewart, deceased, in
THIRTY (30) ACRES OF LAND,
Adjacent to the above-mentioned tract, and now
in the possession of Lewis H., Elijah B. and
LewiB M. McSwain.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third Cash, and the balance to be due and
payable on the first day of December, A. D., 1882,
with interest from day of sale?with privilege to
purchaser to pay all cash. The credit portion of
purchaser's bid to be secured by purchaser's
bond, and the right reserved to the Clerk of the
Court, upon failure of payment at the maturity
thereof, to expose the purchased premises, after
like advertisement as in the first instance, to resale,
at purchaser's risk, upon any convenient
sales-day thereafter, without further process or
order. Possession to be given on the first day of
January next?titles to be reserved until-payment
of purchase money in full?and purchasers to
have leave to pav off' bond before maturity.
" JOS. F. WALLACE, Clerk.
October 13 41 4t
SHERIFF'S SALES,
nf aiin/^rtr CTPPiltinnS to mfl directed.
O will be sold between the legal hours of sale,
ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER,
next, at York Court House, the following property:
1. All that tract of land, situateon the waters of
Bullock's Creek, bounded by lands of J. S. R.
Thomson, Mrs.Smarr, S. L. Davidson and others,
containing seven hundred acres, more or less.
2. Also, one other tract, situate on Howell's
Ferry road, on waters of Clark's Fork creek, adjoining
lands of E. G. Byers, J. W. Jones, J. N.
McGill and others, containing three hundred
acres, more or less.
3. Also, one lot in the town of Yorkville, situate
on Main or Congress street, east side, containing
one-half acre, more or less, with brick
dwelling, store-room and outbuildings, bounded
by lots of estate of II. F. Adickes and John C.
Kuykendal.
4. Also, one tract, situate on North Carolina
line, adjoining lands of ? Garrett, Mrs. Boleyn
and others, containing one hundred and twentyfivA
<utm mnrfi or less.
5. Also, one other tract, bounded by lands of
Mrs. Boleyn, Win. Barber and others, containing
one hunared acres, more or less.
6. Also, one other tract of land, situate near the
King's Mountain Battle Gronnd, bounded by
lands of J. M. Hambright, the "Hemmingway
lands", now owned by Goforth and others, containg
one hundred and seven acres, more or less.
The foregoing lots and parcels of land, from
Nos. 1 to 6 inclusive, levied on as the property of
Jno. S. Moore, deceased, in the hands of S. R.
Moore, Executor, at the suits of J. S. M. Davidson
and wife, Laura B. Davidson, against S. R.
Moore, and Jeremiah Fickling and wife, Bnena
V. Fickling, against the same. $13.70.
R. H. GLENN, S. Y. C.
October 13 41 4t
CLERK'S SALE.
SOUTH CAROLINA-COUNTY OF YORK.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Alexander Fewell, Plaintiff, against J. W. Brownl
Administrator, ana others.
IN obedience to the Order and Judgment of
Foreclosure, made in the above entitled cause,
signed by the Hon. T. B.Fraser, one of the Circuit
Judges of the said State, and dated April 8tb, A.
D., 1881, I will expose to public sale, during the
legal hours of sale, on the
FIRST MONDAY (Sales-Day) IN NOVEMBER,
Next, all that piece, parcel or tract of land, situated
in York county and .State aforesaid, near the
town of Rock Hill, and containing
EIGHTY-EIGHT ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
Bounded by lands of S. M. Fewell, S. M. Mills,
Mrs. Ann White, deceased, and J. L. Moore. Sold
as the property of John M. Howe, aeceaseu, iu
foreclose a mortgage under the cause above entitled.
TERMS OF SALE.
Cash. Purchaser to pav for papers.
JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pis.
October 13 41 4t
GUANO COTTON.
I AM ordered by the Companies represented
by me, to urge those who owe them for Guano,
TO BRING IN THE COTTON
AS RAPIDLY AS POSSIBLE. The cotton
having already been sold on contracts in New
York, they are compelled to meetthose contracts.
Owing to the unprecedented early picking, they
do not consider it necessary, or wise, to allow tlio
usual long delay in delivering cotton. It is expected
that every one
WHO CAN PAY, MUST PAY;
And those who have not made enough cotton to
pay in full, to come forward, pay all they can,
make known their condition, and I will do all in
my power to relieve them from unnecessary
EXPENSE AND COST,
Besides save their credit, which is worth more
than all the cotton they owe.
Those who bought GUANO from me at this
place; also at Hagans' Station, will deliver the
cotton, as usual, to Capt. J. R. GARDNER, to be
weighed for me.
Those who owe for FERTILIZERS bought
of my sub-Agents at McConnellsville, Guthriesville,
Clover and Rowling Green, will consider
this advertisement as also applying to them.
I have inst received 100 Dags of ASH ELEMENT
FOR WHEAT.
T. S. JEFFERYS, Agent.
OLD NEWSPAPERS,
OF large size, suitable for wrapping, for sale
at one cent each, at the
ENQUIRER OFFICE,

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