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NEW GOODS. WITHERS ADICKES is now receiving lota of New Goods in bis new quarters and he calculates to make proper efforts to continue to handle his full share of Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Wooden and Willow Ware, Tin Ware, etc. HARDWARE. Our stock is full. Just received Horse Shoes, Nails, Screws, Locks, Hinges, Andirons, Shovel and Tongs, Knives and Forks, Carvers, Shot, Powder, Caps, Lead, Well Chains, Trace and Cattle Chains, Monkey Wrenches, Coffee Mills. Good bronze top Boys' Axes, Sheep Shears, Pistols in variety, Guns?a few on hand. Will order any kind at less than ordinary priceBreech Loaders, cheap. Will order Scales of any kind on small commission. Pots?1 to 16 gallons, Oven Lids, Carpet Stretchers, Pinking Irons, Waffleand Wafer Irons, Razors, Pocket Knives, of all prices; Gun Fixtures, Knife Steels, Compasses, Rules, Measuring Tapes, Drawing Knives, Saws, etc. SILVERWARE, Of the best plate, Quadruple on white metal, and a few solid Silver floods. Spoons, etc. Will also | order In this line for less than we could sell from | stock. GROCERIES Are being received every few days, and we don't allow any folks to eclipse us for nice goods and low prices.. Our yellow Sugar at ten cents, and white at eleven are hard to beat, and we ask an inspection of our Coffees. A decent article at 8 Kunds for$1.00. Spices, Teas, New Orleans Moisea, good and beautiful Syrups, Soaps, Blueing, Starch, Mess Pork, Lard, which is warranted pure, Haras, etc. TINWARE. Stove Baking Pans, Tin Toilet Sets, Solder, Sheet Tin, some nice Cake Pans, and Tin generally in every shape. An Oil can that won't leak, etc. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE Tea and Chamber Sets, several styles; decorated Plates, Cups and Saucers, and Dishes ofjdl shapes, bought at low prices. 0 lass Berry Siands, Cake Salvas, Goblets, Wine Glasses, etc. To arrive, a nice assortment of Mazolica, in attractive sty le8. P. G. thin Granite Ware is neat and cheap. SCALE BEAMS At low prices. Mowing Scythes, 1} inch Rope for digging wells, etc. JLATTA BROTHERS FAMILY GROCERIES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. HOUSEKEEPERS. WE beg that house-keepers will give the following goods a trial, as we guarantee satisfaction. Swinborn's Isinglass Gelatine, Acme Pinhead Oat Meal, Social Circle Coffee, put up in pound packages; Imperial Tea, best brand we can buy in New York City ; Peerless Laundry Soap and Delaware Gloss Slarch. LATTA BROTHERS. GUANO ACCOUNTS. rirtaor that. nnr Guano Customers will call and settle their Guano Accounts duringthis I month, as we are compelled to settle with our Company by the first of November.LATTA BROTHERS. ~ hardware! GIVE us a call when in want of anything under this head, such as Axes, Grind-Stones, Plow-Molds, Trace Chains, Hames, Singletrees, Nails, Horse and Mule Shoes, Steelyards, Pots, Ovens, Skillets, do. LATTA BROTHERS. canned goods. A FULL line of Canned Goods, consisting of Peaches, Tomatoes, Beans, Peas, Corn, Sardines, Salmon, Oysters. Ac. LATTA BROTHERS. mackerel, mackerel. AFRESH lot of Mackerel, in barrels, halfbarrels and kits. LATTA BROTHERS. forest king cigars!. ANOTHER lot of Forest King Cigars just received. LATTA BROTHERS. W. C. LATIMER. MILLINERY r MILLINERY!! A BIG rush to LATIMER'S Store to see his j\ verv large and attractive stock of MILLINERY, Which is said, bv all who have seen it, to be the prettiest ever shown iu York?ville. IT IS NO TROUBLE TO SHOW > Goods in my house, as I have two ladies for that purpose They will take pleasure in waiting on v > y?u aml giving you the latest styles and LOWEST PRICES. Don't forget that LATIMER has the prettiest stock of CLOTHING. Remember those perfect fitting Ladies' and Gents' Shoes. - Also, those beautiful and stylish Gents' Hats, as low as the lowest. WANTED. 20,000 bushels of Cotton Seed, for which I will pay 15 cents per bushel. Cash, delivered at my Warehouse. As I am agent for the Cotton Seed Oil Mills of Chester, will always pay the highest * price for them. W.C.LATIMER. M. STRAUSS. NO DISAPPOINTMENT. His is the cheapest Store. His stock is well selected. His Goods are of the latest style. His stock of Boots and Shoes is the very best. His Calicoes and Dress Goods are the prettiest. His Ready-Made Clothing fits the best and is the cheapest. All that he wants is the Cash. KIND WORDS. THE GUANO COMPANIES represented by me, have instructed tne to remind, in "kind words," those whom they indulged and took care of during the dark days occasioned by the short crop of last season, that the indulgence granted |fc; them was done at a great inconvenience and loss ^ onrl nou? I r* Nri^TTr nf Q r? ohnn. 7 ' U' IHU V/uiii^aiuno, au\? u*'?, m v *v?? v? ? ? mvwi* dant crop, they expect those indebted to thein to pay up promptly, and thus show their gratitude tor past favors. Our f iends at Clover, Bowling Green, Gutliriesville, McConnellsville aud Hagansville, will also, please heed this reminder. T. S. JEFFERYS, Agent. October 12 41 tf YORKVILLEHOTEL, FORMERLY RAWLINSON HOUSE. YOKKVILLE, S. C. HAYING assumed control of the above popular hotel, I would announce to the traveling public that Ishallkeep it up to the high standard, in every particular, that won for it so high a distinction as one of the best hotels in the South, while in charge of Mr. Rawlinson. Omnibus between the hotel and depot. Best accommoda-1 tions. Good table. The same attentive servants. I shall strive to merit and hope to receive a continuance of its former patronage. A. SPRINGS WITHERS. October 5 40 2t ~ AUDITOR'S OFFICE, YORK COUNTY. ~ Yorkville, S. C., October 5th, 1882. THE Equalisation Board ot York county are hereby notified to meet in the AUDITOR'S OFFICE, in Yorkville.S. C.. on TUESDAY, October 24th, 1882. Parties having business before the Board can ihen be heard. W. B. WILLIAMS, Auditor York County. October 5 40 3t ~ NOTICE TO HIGHWAY SURVEYORS. THE Highway Surveyors of York county are hereby notified to inspect the various roads and bridges in their several districts, and to have the same put in proper condition by the 31st of October, 1882. _S Bv order of the Board. * JAMES B. ALLISON, Clerk. October 5 40 4t 4 NICE HOUSE and 40 ACRES OF LAND, \ one mile from the town of King's Mountain, North Carolina. J. M. McLAIN. October 5 40 -t J. R.JLINDSAY & CO. NEW FIRM. NEARLY all of our Goods have arrived and we are prepared to show a beautiful assortment. One advantage we otfer is that everything we display is new and fresh, as we have not a dollar's worth of old goods in the house. We offer a beautiful assortment of Dress Goods, including a line of Dress Flannels, and plain black Silk. We offer a full stock of Men's and Youths' Clothing, and can furnish Suits or Single Garments for all classes of purchasers. We offer the "nobbiest" lot of Men's and Boys' Hats ever shown in this market. We offer Boots and Shoes of every description. We offer a bargain in light Cassimeres for Ladies' Saeqnes. We offer to sell you as good an article in Crockery and Glassware as you can buy anywhere. We offer a varied assortment of Hardware. We offer Calico. Shirting, Bleached Goods, Ticking, Hickory Shirting, Sheeting, Flannels, Checks, Table Linen, Canton Flannels, Denims, Blaukets, Cloaks, etc. We offer full lines of Notions. We offer Gents' Furnishing Goods in great variety. i ! We offer to sell our Goods cheap. , t J. It. LINDSAY A CO. CLARK BROTHERS 10 AIL WHOH IT MAY CONCERN. ANOTHER Lot of the famous "Old Hickory" Wagons. They are the best on the market. SEED WHEAT AND RYE. OfAfA bushels of choice rust-proof Definance wheat. Also, a few bushels of Rye for any who may wish to avail themselves of the best article for Winter and Spring pasture. GROCERIES. A full line of groceries and general plantation supplies always on hand. FINE FLOUR. WE will keep on hand Riddle's Celebrated No. 1 Family Flour. Every sack of it is warranted. BAGGING AND TIES. TARGE stock of Bagging and Ties at startling i low prices. REFINED IRON. LARGEST stock of Refined Iron Wagon Tire, Buggy Tire, Shafting, Rod and Bar Iron, also an assortment of Drill and Pick Steel. DIME. WE are Agents for the celebrated Chemical Water Flame Lime. Best on the market. Call and see us. GUANO NOTES. **7"E would respectfully announce the return ff of our Guano Notes, and state to parties who failed to pay in full for their Fertilizers in 1881, that their Notes, if not settled by November, will be turned over to HART A HART for collection. CLARK BROS. F. HAPPERFIEL.D. NEW AND FRESH GOODS. T WOULD call the attention of the public to the fact that I have just received a supply of Hams, canvased and uncanvased; Breakfast Strips; Fresh Flour, different brands; Pearl Hominy, Tobacco, Cigars, Ac., all at the lowest cash prices. CANNED GOODS. , A full stock, warranted irexn, sucn as uorn, i I Peaches. Tomatoes, Apples, Pears, Pineapples, I Lobsters, Sardines, Ac. Maccaroni,Gelatine, Ac. A full supply of TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS. I An inspection of my goods is respectfully solic| ited. F. HAPPERFIELD. MARBLE YARD. I WOULD inform the public that I still keep j up work in my Marble Yard, and am pre- i j pared to furnish ! ! MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, | ! ' Headstones, Ac., in the best stvle, and LOW FOR ' CASH, or on time to responsible parties. F. HAPPERFIELD. TOWN TAXES, TAX-PAYERS are reminded that their TOWN j TAXES are now due and that the Treasurer is ready to receive the same. Please come and pay before the penalty attaches. F. HAPPERFIELD, Treasurer. I Octolier"? 4b t. m. dobson. "listen to my song 1 DOBSON has 500 cakes Lubin Soap at 3 cents a DOBSON has 500 pairs of Socks at 5 cents. DOBSON has 500 pairs of Ladies' Hose at 10 cents. DOBSON has 500 Suits of Clothing, cheap. DOBSON has 100 Trunks for sale. DOBSON has 500 yards Dress Goods from 10 cents to 81.00 per yard. DOBSON has 1,000 yards Shirting. DOBSON has 200 Under-Shirls for sale. DOBSON has 100 White Shirts for sale. DOBSON has 100 Colored Shirts for sale. DOBSON has 100 Pocket Knives for sale. Dutjsurs nas iu.wu screws lor saie. DOBSON has 1,000 pairs of Shoes for sale. DOBSON has 200 pairs of Boots for sale. DOBSON has 2,000 yards Jeans from 121 to 75 cents per yard. DOBSON has 500 yards Red Flannel from 15 to 75 cents. DOBSON has 2,000 yards Sea Island Shirting. DOBSON has 100 Ladies' Baskets for sale. DOBSON has 100 Satchels for sale. DOBSON has 25 Men's Valises. DOBSON has 12 Wood Bench Screws for sale. DOBSON has 25 Hand Axes for sale. DOBSON has 50 Chopping Axes for sale. DOBSON has 1,000 yards Bed Ticking for sale. DOBSON has 1,000 yards Alamance for sale. DOBSON h^s 100 Pad Locks for sale. DOBSON has 100 Rim Locks for sale. DOBSON has 100 Auger Bits for sale. DOBSON has 12 Plane Bits lor sale. DOBSON has 100 Chisels forsale. DOBSON has 10,000 Dress Buttons for sale. DOBSON has 10,000 Spools Coates' Cotton. DOBSON has 500Spools of Silk forsale. DOBSON has 100 Blankets for sale. DOBSON has 12 Comforts for sale. DOBSON has 100 Balmorals forsale. DOBSON has 100 Cloaks and Dolmans for sale. DOBSON has 1,000 Gents' Hats for sale. DOBSON has 500 pounds Chewing Tobacco. DOBSON has 12 Sewing Machines for sale. DOBSON has 1,000 yards Prints at 5 cents. DOBSON has 25 White Counterpanes for sale, DOBSON has 500 dollars' worth of Jewelry. DOBSON has has a pictorial paper for every person, free. All the above and ten thousand other things for sale, as cheap, and many of them cheaper, than you can buy. Come, see and get my prices, and if you are riot prejudiced against me, I can surely sell. Remember my motto, "Quick Sales and Short Profits." T. M. DOBSON, Leader of Low Cash Prices. THE BON TON MILLINERY STORE. ? ? ? EMPORIUM OF FASHION. DOBSON'S is the place to get a nice Hat. OBSON'S is the place to get a nice Bonnet. DOBSON'S is the place to get a nioe Ruff. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Satins and Silks. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Velvets and Velveteens. .. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Silks and Plushes. ;* . DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Laces. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Ladies' Ties. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Dress Trimmings. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Feathers and Plumes. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Lining Silks. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Embroideries. DOBSON'S is the place to gee nice Infant Robes. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Child's Dresses. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Irish Laces. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Veilings. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Perfumeries. DOBSON'S is the place to getniceBloom of Youth. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Magnolia Balm. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Swann's Down Face Powder. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Front Waves. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Gingham Bonnets. DO BSON'S is the place to get nice White Bonnets for Children. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Child's Knit Sacques. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Child's Knit Caps. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Ladies' Worsted Shawls. DOBSON'S is the place to get nice Hats at 25 cents. DOBSON'S is the place to get Cloaks and Dolmans. DOBSON'S is the place to get all kinds of Millinery. DOBSON'S is the place to get Latest Styles. DOBSON'S is the place to get latest information. DOBSON'S is the place to get good bargains. And lastly DOBSON'S Millinery Store is the place to buy all your Hats and Bonnets. Come and see the crowds of persons who frequent the BonTon Store daily, and you will be convinced at ance that DOBSON'S "is the place to buy your Millinery. T. M. DOBSON, Leader in Millinery. J. J. SMITH & CO. DEY GOODS. WfE would respectfully inform our friends Y T and the public generally that we now have in store a full line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats, suitable for the fall trade, and we feel confident that we can make it to your interest to call and see us before making your fall purchases. OUR STOCK OF JEANS, Kerseys and Cassimeres is very complete, comprising all grades and prices. OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS, Calicoes, Bleached and Brown Shirtings, Linseys, etc., is very attractive and prices as low as the lowest. Oixr Hat Department Comprises all the late novelties in that line. Call and examine for yourselves. To arrive in a few days a nice line of READY-MADE CLOTHING in a variety of styles and prices. We solicit an examination of this department. In fact we can show you a very ATTRACTIVE STOCK in all departments and additions are being made as the season advances. All we ask is a call and we are satisfied that we can please both in style and prices. J. J. SMITH & CO. JOHN R. ASHE. I am a Candidate. T WOULD respectfully announce mj'self be*1"' vmiKHa rto n Pnn/lirlafo fnr a Jurts liirr inuiiu^ ^ruuuu cn-? n vnuuiuavu iw? u share of their patronage and hope to merit the same by strict diligence to business and furnishing the heat goods at the lowest possible prices. I have, to offer for public inspection a full stock of Family Groceries and Plantation supplies, a choice line of DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Comprising Bleached and Brown Shirting, Plaid Osnaburgs, Plaid Linsej-s, Flannels, Calicoes, Virginia Woolens, drc. A nice line of notions ; a complete stock of Boots and Shoes for all ages and sizes at prices that will please. JOHN R. ASHE. COOKING OIL. A SUBSTITUTE for Lard at one-half the cost, and a success from personal test at 81.00 per gallon. JOHN R. ASHE. BAGGING AND TIES. HEADQUARTERS for the season. I have to ofFer to the trade 10,000 yards Heavy Bagging, 500 bundles whole Arrow Ties. Ginners and those in need of these articles will please confer with me, as I am prepared to give bottom prices. I will keep up my stock through the season. JOHN R. ASHE. FERTILIZERS. ,OW Brand," "Diamond Bone" and pure JL German Kainiton hand for sale, for small grain crops. JOHN R. ASHE. TAX NOTICE?1881. IT urvrvl/u.?:ilKn?.,nno,l n? ilm Hill flotr nf M September, 18S2, for tlio final collection of the State and County Taxes for the fiscal year 1881, and will be kept open until the 81st day of October (inclusive). For the accommodation of Tax-payers, I will attend at the following places on the days named : Rook Hill?Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the 12th, 13th and 14th of October. Clover. King's Mountain Township?Monday, Kith of October. Yorkville?From Tuesday, 17th of October, until Tuesday, 31st of October, (inclusive,) after which day the FIFTEEN PER CENT. PENALTY will attach. H. A. D. NEELY, County Treasurer. August 17 "3 tf HUNTER & OATES. OUR BUYER, Mr. J. J. HUNTER, Has just returned from THE NORTHERN MARKETS, Having purchased a superb line of CHOICE GOODS, Of all kinds. A tremendous stock of SHIRTS AND COLLARS. i* ? A pretty line of DRESS GOODS, Calicoes, Ac., Ac. JEANS, FLANNELS, SHIRTING, &C. Ladies' Fichus and Collarettes. NOTIONS, Of all kinds. HARDWARE, STATIONERY, CLOTHING, Ac., Ac. ALE WE ASK Ib for you to INSPECT OUR GOODS Before purchasing elsewiiqre, and we are convinced tnat you will find It to your interest. HUNTER it OATES. H. F. ADICKES. TO-DAY, OCTOBER 5TH. GDA1D IKIlie tF tLL lEriSTHIITS I H. F. ADICKES ANNOUNCES the completion of his arrangements for the season, and his readiness in every way for even greater demands thanhavebeen made upon him in the past. A 2STEW STOCK Of Dry Goods, -Notions, Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Millinery, Fancy Goods, Books, Stationery, Small Wares, Trunks and Yalises, Umbrellas and Walking Canes, Ac., Ac. * Larger than we have EVER BEFORE SHOWN, Is in Store and already for inspection. This huge Stock has been selected with extreme care ana under the most favorable circumstances, and we believe it to be as choice a collection of the LATEST NOVELTIES, As well as the most reliable Staple Goods, as can be found in this country. WE INVITE THE ENTIRE PUBLIC, Resident in or within reach of Yorkville, to call at our establishment and determine whether it is to their interest to become patrons of this house or not, by testing the claims that we make. I SPECIAL NEW MIEEINERY. ?? ? ? Look out for a large and beautiful stock of I NEW MILLINERY GOODS just ARRIVED THIS WEEK. We ask the attention of the public to our exten- j sive Stock of Ladies', Misses', Children's Hats, : in all the newest STYLES AND SHAPES, Together with a beautiful line of the most desirable trimmmings, Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Plushes, Satins and Velvets. All of which have just been bought with the assistance of A MILLINER OF WIDE EXPERIENCE And established reputation, who cornea with the highest recommendation from a firm acknowledged to be the very first in the United States, in , this line of business. OUR MILLINER j Is now in our Store and will be glad to display J her taste in trimming HATS AND BONNETS. | All the Ladies are invited to inspect our Stock in this line. PRICES WE GUARANTEE.! H. F. ADTCKES. I AUCTION SALES. EXECUTOR'S SALE OE REAL ESTATE. BY virtue of the power given me by the Will of H. L. KILLIAN, deceased, I will sell at public sale, at York Court House, on SALES-DAY TN NOVEMBER NEXT, All that tract of land, situated in York county, lying on the Catawba River, bounded bv lands of William N. Simril, Jeff. Lumkin, and Dr. W. B. Fewell, and containing ONE HUNDRED & THIRTY-SEVEN ACRES, More or less. Terms ok Sale.?One half Cash ; balance on a credit of twelve months, with interest from day of sale, to be secured by the bond of purehaseY and a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to pay for papers. F. H. BROWN, Executor. October 12 41 4t CLERK'S SALET~ SOUTH CAROLINA-COUNTY OF YORK. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. Elizabeth I. Neely, Plaintiff, against William I. Neely and others, Defendants.?Complaint for Relief. TN obedience to the Decree of his Honor A. P. Aldrich, one of the Circuit Judges, made in the above entitled cause, dated June 29, A. P., 1881. I will expose to public sale at York Court House, on the FIRSTMONDAY (Sales-Day) IN NOVEMBER, Next, during the legal hours of sale, all that piece, parcel or tract of land, situated in York county, and State aforesaid, on the east bank of the Ca> tawba River, at Neely's Ferry, adjoining lands of A. C. Sutton, R. F. Garrison, and tract allotted to widow, and others, containing ONE HUNDRED A TWENTY-THREE ACRES More or less. Terms?One half Cash ; balance of purchase money payable in twelve months, with interest from day of sale, secured by the purchaser's bond with approved security. Titles to be withheld until all the money is paid. Purchaser to pay for papers. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pis. October 12 41 4t SOUTH CAROLINA-COUNTY OF YORK. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. E. R. Seapochand wife, Plaintiffs, against Thomas Good and wife, Defendants. IN obedience to the Decretal Order made by bis Honor Win. H. Wallace, one of the Circuit Judges of the said State, dated June 28tli, A. D., 18S-2_ T will exnose to Dublic sale at Y"ork Court House, on ther FIRST MONDAY (Sales-Day) TN NOVEMBER, Next, during the legal hours of sale, the Real Estate described in the complaint in said cause, consisting of all that tract of land, situated in the county and State aforesaid, lying on King's Creek, bounded by lands of Elisha and Sarah Hardin, Jacob Deal, Dixon and M. M. Tate, and containing ONE HUNDRED & TWENTY-EIGHT ACRES, More or less, and of which James Fulton died seized and possessed. TERMS OF SALE. One-third Cash, on day of Sale, and the balance thereof on a credit of one and two years, to be paid in equal installments, with interest from day of salo, and secured by the bond of the purchaser and a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to be allowed to pay all Cash, if he wishes to do so. Purchaser to pay for papers. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pis. October 12 3(5 8t CLERK'S SALE. SOUTH CAROLINA?COUNTY OF YORK. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. Samuel L. Davidson, Plaintiff, against Andrew Black and others, Defendants. [N obedience to the Decree of Sale and Partition in the cause above entitled, made by his Honor J. 8. Cothran, one of the Circuit Judges of the said State, dated April 8th, 1882, I will expose to public sale, at York Court House, on the FIRST MONDAY (Sales-Day) IN NOVEMBER, Next, during the legal hours of sale, all that parcel of land, in said county and State, being that portion of the JOSEPH BLACK OLD HOME PLACE, Lying West of the following division line, commencing at a hickory, McSwain's line, and running to a branch near the house, leaving Andrew Black a certain spring then used by him ; thence with the branch below the barn; thence to the right, so as to leave Robert Black's house to the left, and pass through a spring used by him; thence due South to Jamison's line, containing EIGHTY ACRES, MORE OR LESS. Terms?One-third Cash, on dnv of sale, and the balance on a credit of one and" two years, in equal installments, with interest from day of sale payable annually, and secured by the bond of the purchaser and a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to pav for papers. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pis. October 12 41 4t CLERK'S SALE. SOUTH CAROLINA-COUNTY OF YORK. IN THE COMMON PLEAS James F. Hart. Plaintiff, against John R. Gardner, Administrator, and others, Defendants. IN obedience to the Decree of His Honor J. S. Cothran, one of the Circuit Judges of the said State, made in the above entitled cause, dated April 8th, 1882, I will expose to public sale, at York Court House, on the FIRST MONDAY" (Sales-Day) IN NOVEMBER, Next, during the legal hours of sale, tho Real Estate described in the pleadings herein, to wit : ALL THAT HOUSE AND LOT In the town of Yorkville, and known as the Dr. J. M. Lowry lot, on East Liberty Street, containing TWO ACRES, MORE OR LESS, Adjoining lots of Mrs. Snider, Robt. J. Lattaand the Episcopal Church lot. Also, all that plantation on Fishing Creek, and known as the Dr. J. M. Lowry place, as sub divided by W. B. Allison, I). S. Plats on iile in this Office. All that piece or parcel designated as No. 1. in Plat, containing TWO HUNDRED AND NINETY ACRES, More or less, bounded by lands of R. B. Kennedy and John T. Lowry, and other lands of said Lowry, North of Fishing Creek. All "that piece, parcel or tract of land, designated as No. 2. in Plat, containing THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES, More or less, ad joining lands of John T. Lowry, Sutton lands and W. Y. Jones and others, Most of this tract also lies North of the Creek. Also, all that piece, parcel or tract of land, designated as No. 3. in Plat, containing TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES, More or less, adjoining lands of Dr. J. R. Bratton, W. Y. Jones, Sutton lands and others. This tract lies South of Fishing Creek. Also, all that piece, parcel or tract of land, situted near the town of Yorkville, containing mn-.-nxr rniirn *nr>I,->Cl Mfini,' OR TTCSQ Tir l I-l t?v; nvuviw, , Adjoining lands of Dr. R. T. Allison, Mrs. C. J. Robertson,and others. TERMS OF SALE. One-third Cash: balance of purchase money in two equal installments, payable in one and two years, with interest from day of salo, and secured by the bond of the purchaser or purchasers, with a mortgage of the premises sold. Purchaser to pay for papers. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pis. October 12 41 4t DOBSON & PARISH. TINWARE. TINWARE. OUR stock of Tinware is now full and complete. Wo invite all who are in need to call and examineour stock. We will save you money. A full stock of CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE Just received and opened, and now ready for inspection. Prices lower than ever before, CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO Of all kinds and prices. BlackweH's Durham Smoking Tobacco, fresh and genuine. If you urarif u ilnlicrhtfnl Plltl' trv tllG MUTUAL FRIEND CIGARS the best Nickle Cigar in the market. A full stock of BAGGING AND ARROW TIES j Now in stock. Will not he undersold bvany one. ' Call at DOBSON & PARISH'S j Cheap Grocery Store. NOW IS THE TIME mO subscribe for the DAILY NEJVS AND JL COURIER. It is full of news every day in the week. It has complete reports of all political meetings of any importance in the State?both Democratic and Republican, and full telegraphic news from a|l parts of the world. I receive it on the day of publication and will deliver it to any person in town for twenty cents a week, which is only cents a day. Single copies 5 cents. I am agent for the Saturday Night, which is acknowledged to be the best Story-paper published in America. There are alwayswsix con- j tinued Stories running in this paper. I will or der it foryou at publisher's price, which is $.'? (10 a 1 year; $1.50 for six months, and $1.00 for four months. ^52Tl will order any magazine or paper published in the United States, at publisher s prices. SAM M. GRIST. Octobers 40 tf AUCTION SALES. I SALE OF REAL ESTATE. BY EXECUTRIX. BY virtue of the power given me by the will of H. F. ADICKK3, deceased, I will sell at public sale, at York Court House, on SALES-DAY IN NOVEMBER, all the Real Estate belonging to the said deceased, 1 consisting of the following town lots and farming lands, to-wit: 1. The three story Brick Building known as the "ADICKES BUILDING" situated on the corner of Congress and Liberty streets, in the town of Yorkville, containing two large and handsome store rooms on Congress street, together with a largo number of rooms on the second and third stories. 2. The house and lot immediately in the rear of the brick building containing J acre of land with a large and comfortable two story dwelling house thereon, now occupied as a residence by VV. B. Williams, Esq. This lot has also on it three small buildings fronting on Liberty street. 3. The house and lot situated on street formerly the property and residence of W. C'. Owen, and known as the "Owen Lot." This lot contains one acre of land, and has on it a comfortable dwelling house of rooms with the necessary outbuildings. 4. A lot on corner of Liberty street opposite the Meek lot, containing 1 acre. 5. A tract of land one mile from York Court House, on the Gabby's Ford road, bounded by lands of Dr. J. M. Lowry, R. J. Latta, Estate of James Finley and others, containing 227 acres. About 75 acres of the land is under cultivation ; hulnnoo iU WAnH lotl/l 5. A tract of land, six miles from Yorkville, lying near Philadelphia Church, known as the "Henrietta Williams" place, bounded by lands of a. G. Hemphill, Jno. S. Bratton Samuel J. Garrison, Aiken and others, and containing 227 acres, and has on it good houses, bams Ac., usually found on a farm. This farm has about 150 acres of cultivated land of which 15 acres are fine bottom, the balance consists of fine timber, and is a most valuable farm. It is at present occupied and worked by Mr. A. L. Jonas,to whom it is leased until January, 1884, and will be sold subject to this lease, the purchaser to collect and receive the rents for the year 1883. Either of the two tracts of land, Nos 5 and 6, will be divided into tracts and sold to suit purcha sers. TERMS OF SALE. One-half cash on day of sale, the balance to be paid on 1st November, 1883, with interest from day of sale, note to be secured by mortgage of the property purchased. And in case of town property the building to be insured, and the policy assigned for benefit of Estate. Possession to be given 1st January. Persons desiring information or inspection of any of the above described property can obtain same by calling on H. F. Adickes or Withers Adickes, at Yorkville S. C. MARY L. ADICKES, Executrix. September 21 38 7w C0LC0CK. MILLER & CO. REMOYAL. ON or about OCTOBER 1ST, we will move our stock to the Corner Building, now occupied by WITHERS ADICKES, where we will be glad to meet our old Friends and Customers, and will guarantee satisfaction, and do all in our power to please them. Respectfully, COLCOCK, MILLER A CO. JUST RECEIV ED A TREMENDOUS stock of Clothing, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Prints, White Goods, Plaids, and in fact, everything kept iu a first-class DRY GOODS STORE. , Our entire stock is new. No old Goods carried 1 over. Call and see them and know that von are buying new goods of the very latest styles and cofors. OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING Is of the prettiest styles, and as cheap as the cheap- ! est. Call while we hnve a full stock and make 1 your selection. We are headquarters for BOOTS AND SHOES, ! And don't you forget it. Ask for hand-sewed Shoes. We have the prettiest line we ever saw. Ladies' Fine Shoes a specialty. Examine our Basket and Kid Tops. We also keop in stock Brogans, Plow Shoes and Boots, Polkas, and everything, from the finest to the cheapest. MOKE NEW 11 ATS. Another stock of new Hats just received, in which we will give bargains. SALEM JEANS. We have a tremendous stock of Jeans, Cassimeres and Pants Goods generally, which we think are as cheap as the cheapest, and as nice as the nicest. Come and he convinced. We have in stock and to arrive soon, an elegant line of SHIRTS, COLLARS, Cravats, Neck-Ties, Cravat Pins, Collar Buttons, 1 Cuff Buttons, Shirt Buttons, Rings, Watch Chains and Watches, all of which we guarantee and otter , at bargains. -* - OUR STOCK OF FANCY GROCERIES. Canned Goods of all kinds. Tomatoes, App'es, Peaches, Pears, Salmon, Sardines, Oysters, Salads, Pickles, Chow-Chow, Pieallilli, Pepper, Mustard, Spice, Nutmeg, Cloves, and everything in this line, constantly on hand. HARDWARE, HARDWARE. Plows, Hames, Drawing Chains, Shovels, LapRings, Open Links, Backhands, Axes, Hatchets, Hammers, Hand-Saws, Steelyards, Shovels and Tongs, Sad Irons, Cottee Mills. Well Buckets, j Nails, Screws, Bolts, HorseShoes, Mule Shoes, j Horse-Shoe avails, Uoor [.ocas, raa i^ocks, itigui. Latches, Pocket and Table Cutlery and Scissors. WE ARE NOW BETTER PREPARED Than ever before, to meet the wants of all who may desire any article kept in a first-class GROCERY OR DRY GOODS STORE. COLCOCK. MILLER <fc CO. KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON. OUR MILLINERY ROOM IS IN I FULL OPERATION, j THE stock of Hats, Velvets, Ribbons, Plumes, j Neck Wear, Ac., was selected by Miss LIZZIE BRIDGE, who has twelve years experience | as a Milliner, and will take pleasure in showing ; the stock and trimming you the latest style HAT OR BONNET. * Ladies from the country will tind the Millinery ! Room a nice place to rest and get information as i to the latest styles of Hats, Dresses, Ac. Call ! I Call !! Call !! ! KENNEDY BROTHERS A BARRON. MR JAMES R. KENNEDY HAS returned from the Northern markets, 1 so look out for our large stock of nice Dress ' Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes,- Ready-Made j Clothing, Ac., Ac , Ac. They will begin to arrive ; this week. Call and examine them. KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON ' COTTON, COTTONrCOTTON. '! WE would respectfully request all persons owing us, either by Note or Account, to remember that we are ready for and need the ' money. On account of bad crops last year we did not press for money, but this year we need it j and want all to settle. Call and pay the Note as well as the Account, please. KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON. I HEBNPOJf BROS. WATT PLOWS. WHY don't the farmers of our County use a good turning Plow? We sell the Watt and have the D E Light two Horse and the A B Medium two Horse Plows. No better made. No better sold, and cheap. We can getany piece for any Watt plow that is made. We have the points for the A B and D E plows cheap, 103 and 20 cents each, and the points are chilled. IIERNDON BROTHERS. RUBBER BELTING FOR Gins and Engines. We have the following in stock, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 0 inches, 3 ply. Also Rubber Sheet Packing and Round Piston and Cylinder Packing. These goods we sell about as low as they can be ordered with freight added. HERNDON BROTHERS. TOBACCOS. WE have full lines of good goods at 5 to 20 cents a plug and twist of good stock. Not last year's growth of Tobacco, but of the crop of 1879 80. HERNDON BROTHERS. WHEAT. II7E are buying at ?1.00 per bushel and will T? continue to bnv it. Bring it in. HERNDON BROTHERS. OUR STOCK CONSISTS of everything usually kept in a grocery. Our orders are frequent and we try to keep our stock fresh and of good quality. HERNDON BROTHERS. NEW GOODS ARE arriving of this fall's purchase and as cheap as same quality can be bought anywhere. HERNDON BROTHERS. W BAGGING AND TIES. E carry a fair stock of Bagging and Ties and we sell as low as they can be l>ought. HERNDON BROTHERS. J. M. ADAMS. ATTENTION HOUSE-KEEPERS ! ^ _ THE greatest variety an<* l'ie kest 8?()ds f?r l'ie K money, in iBK POT WARE, Tinware. Crockery, Glass ware, Wooden ware and house furnishing goods generally, ever offered in this market, is now open at J. M. ADAMS' variety Store, and don't you forget it. HARDWARE CHEAP, PAD Locks, Rim Locks, Carriage Bolts, Pocket Knives, Table Knives, Table and Tea Spoons, Razors, Screws all sizes, Spring Balances, Sad Irons, Butt and Strap Hinges, Hammers, tacks and Coffee Mills, at J. M. ADAMS'. WOODEN WARE. BUCKETS, Baskets, Brooms, Bread Trays, Bowls, Well Buckets, Tubs, Butter Molds and Prints, Wash Boards, Churns. Stone Churns, Rolling Pins. J. M. ADAMS. WANTED. REESWAX, Eggs, and Tallow, at J. M. ADAMS' Variety Store. WOOLEN AND Cotton Socks for sale by J. M. ADAMS, eliean for cash. GALVANIZED SHEET IRON. GALVANIZED Sheet Iron % inches long and 24 inches wide, lor sale by J. M. ADAMS. G. II. O'LEARY. FURNITURE STORE. THAVE on hand and am receiving a large assortmentol' FURNITURE, consisting of Bureaux Wardrobes, Lounges, Bedsteads, Washstands, Tables, Chairs. A large variety of Window Shades, Step Ladders, Spring Beds, Mattresses, Cots, Tin Safes, Cupboards, Chromos, Picture Frames, Looking Glasses, Children's Carriages, Hall Stands, and Brackets, which I am selling very cheap for the cash. Be certain to examine quality and prices before buying. G. H. O'LEARY. BED ROOM SETS. FINE, Medium and Low Priced Walnut Bed Room Sets, and Poplar Cottage Sets cheap, at G. H. O'LEARY'S. COOKING STOVES. 1AM selling Cooking Stoves of the Liberty Stove Works, Charles Noble it Co., of Philadelphia, and have sold hundreds of their make, which have given entire satisfaction. Pieces furnished for any Stove of their make. G. H. O'LEARY. SADDLES. I HAVE on hand, a splendid stock of Saddles of my own make, which will be sold at very low prices. G. H. O'LEARY. * n.Tnoci nmni re M A t .U EiSiSt I>I\l i/iijuci u,v/. fiARRIAGK, Buggy and Wagon Harness, BriJ dies, Collars, Martingales, Buggy and Wagon Whips, at prices that cannot he beat. G. H. O'LEARY. SA DDLERY HARDW A RE. ~~ BRIDLE'Bits, Buckles, Saddle Nails, Tacks, Copper Rivets, Tin Rivets, Spurs, Saddle Trees, Stirrups, Hames and Chains, at G. H. O'LEARY'S. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL._ YO EK^DEUG^ STOREP A R A GRAPHS^ I have for sale about one hundred bushels of the justly celebrated "Defiance Wheat." The yield from this variety, this season, has been from 110 to 45 bushels from one sown. The seed I offer is from the original stock introduced by me in 1880, and is uumixed with any other grain. Price $2.00 per bushel. Apply at the York Drug Store, or to J. BOLIVAR SCOTT, 4 miles South of Yorkville. That Cotton Seed Oil is a perfect substitute for Lard for all cooking purposes, and much more economical, is a fact now well established. Our experience and that of many families in the country and town justifies all that we have said in its favor. The pure white winter pressed Oil can be bought at the York Drugstore. We have in store 1 ton of White Lead, a large stock of Prepared Paints, raw and boiled Oils, general and house-painthig material. We are prepared to give very close prices on these goods. Do not send away from home and pay 15 cents a caVe for Dobbin's Electric Soap, when you can get it at the York Drugstore 2 cakes for 25 cents. Our stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent and Proprietary Medicines, and Druggists' Sundries, is always very full, select and fresh. I have just received 15 tons of Dissolved Bone, or "Irish Bone" and 10 tons of Ammoniated Bone or Guano for the fall sowing of wheat and oats. These goods will be furnished to planters for cash or on time payable from the proceeds of the grain crop in July or from the cotton crop, in November. 1883. For prices apply at tho York Drug Store. For Wheat growers we have in store 7.">0 lbs. of Blue Stone. CORNER DRUG STORE. AN EARNEST AND PRESSING APPEAL IS hereby made to iny customers to whom I have so kindly given credit. Please come forward and pay me as soon as possible, for I must have money. The largest and finest assortment of Pocket Knives, Razors, Shears, Scissors and Pistols that can be found in Yorkville. Beautiful and lovely Combs of all kinds; Hair, m?*i. ?..,i guiIioc UnitUicw f?nnip and see loom aim v/ii/Hicij w. ? _ them. Fine Ober and Cologne Bottles, of beautiful Cut-Glass and Gilt, and very nice Lily White, and similar goods, for the Ladies and Misses. As to pure Drugs and Medicines,you cannot do bettor anywhere than to call and purchase from the "Old Doctor." Reliable Patent Medicines, in all varieties, suitable for all diseases, and always promising a cure. Trusses, Supporters, and everything else belonging to a tirst-class Drug Store, and at reasonable prices. Dr. JOHN MAY, Agent. OUTSIDE POOR. OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,) Yorkvii.i.e, S. C\, October 3rd, 1882. j NOTICE is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that all Orders given out by the present Board of County Commissioners, during its term of Office, in behalf of the Outside Poor of the county are hereby countermanded, to take effect after October 31s*t, 1SS2. No bills will be paid for supplies furnished after that date. By order of the Board. JAMES B. ALLISON, Clerk. October 5 40 4t REMOVAL. MY cnstcynersare resnectful.y informed that I have moved my BARBER SHOP to the Office formerly occupied by the late Dr. Withers, opposite the old Masonic Hall, where I shall be pleased to serve the public to the best of my ability as Tonsorial Artist. J. W. BAUMAN.