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J Correspondence of the Yorkville Enquirer.
T LETTER FROM CHESTER. j
Chester, July 1G.?The secoml week of ?
the special services held by the evangelist,
Itev. Thos. Leitch, began Sunday. The interest
in the meeting continues to grow and ^
great good is expected to result from them. '.
The meetings began at the Methodist 1
church, but the crowds soon overflowed s
that building, whereupon the Presbyterians
offered their church, a much larger t
one. The transfer was accordingly made ^
and still there is lack of room. In compli- b
ance with a petition circulated through ?
town yesterday by the ladies, the stores
will begin closing to-day at the hour of i
morning service, and continue to do so ev- ?
ery day during the meeting except on Satur- I
day. Mr. Leitch has taken well here from c]
the start. Those who want their religion r
served on ice may find him a little too 1
warm, and those whose spiritual digestion
is weak, may find some of his expressions j
a little too strong, but the great majority e
are closely held by his earnest and practi- i \
cal way of putting the truth. | {
A meeting of the stockholders ana also j
of the directors, of the Moffatt Manufactur- c
ing company, was held yesterday. At the t
former, some action was taken in regard j
to receiving the machinery already owned ]
by Mr. Moffatt. The directors then met
and elected the following officers: Joseph i
Wylie, president; G. If. White, vice- c.
president; W. K. MofTatt, superintendent; j
G. B. White, manager pro tem. A call j
x was made for twenty per cent, of the stock a
subscribed to he paid at once, and l)r. {
> White was authorized to receive the mon- f
L ey. A building committee was also ap- (
w pointed, consisting of G. J. Patterson, G.
I li. White, and W. E. Moffatt.
f Captain Robert Halyburton's hands j*
broke dirt yesterday on the extension of ?
the Georgia, Carolina and Northern railroad,
west of Chester. Captain Ilalybur- ?
ton moved last week his outfit and hands, ?
of which there is a scarcity, to Mr. F. L.
Whitlock's place, several miles from j1
towu, where the work began yesterday. '
Several other contractors are here, and the
work will soon he in full blast. Contracts
for grading on about f>0 miles west of a
Chester will be let on the 27th instant.
rNo appointment has been made of the n
Winthrop beneficiary for this county. No a
one of the three applicants at the recent a
1 examination made a mark sufficiently a
high to entitle her to the appointment.
Mr. J. If. Smith, while driving a few t(
miles above town last Thursday, was C'
thrown from his buggy and had one of his $
shoulders dislocated.
There was a slight strike among some o
of the hands at work on the cotton factory t'
a day or two ago. The trouble was quiet- T
ly settled by a slight advance of wages. I
The town is becoming more and more ei
interested in the matter of a new graded n
school building. A public meeting is to h
be held at the court house on Friday after- y
noon to take some action in that direction, d
('htia Tfpmnhill. D. 1).. is here on t
a visit to his parents. Dr. Ileinphili
preached to the Presbyterian congregation a
on Sunday at the Methodist church, their j,
own pulpit being occupied by Mr. Leitch. 0
Jt was an unusual sight to see the two p
congregations, each using the other's c
church. n
Mr. \V. II. Crain died at Lewis's on the p
7th of cancer. ji
Howard Atkinson, aged ten years, son p
of Col. K. T. Atkinson, died yesterday of
diabetes, after a long and wasting illness, p
(Jen. It. F. Hoke, president of the c.
? Georgia, Carolina and Northern railroad p
is in town to-day.
The town council are still improving
the streets. They are doing away with a e
number of small bridges, and putting
down large earthen water mains instead, 'rj
Correspondence of the Yorkville Enquirer. a
LETTER FROM UNION COUNTY. p
Etta Jane, July 10.?The weather for n
the past week has been alternating he- o
tween sunshine and showers, and as a gen- k
eral thing our farming people are in the f<
midst of their busiest season. Vegetation o
of all kinds, and especially grass, is grow- t
ing rapidly. t
"Children's day" at Salem church has v
come and gone and left many fond recol- r>
lections behind it. At an early hour yes- r
terday morning a stream of humanity be- t
gan to pour into the spacious church build- r
ing and continued until every available t<
spot of sitting room was occupied. The n
children came in singly and in groups and e
took the positions assigned them, until the s<
house wasiiterally packed with humanity, fi
The speakers for the occasion were Prof, a
\V. F. .McArthur, Jtev. A. A. Gilbert, v
Capt. J. It. Jefferiesaud itev. J. W. Schell. 1
Each speaker was armed for the occasion c
with telling arguments, a synopsisof which "
it would be my pleasure to give were it
at all practicable. It was the first time
Prof. McArthur ever met the people of n
this immediate community on an occasion (
ot this kind, and well did he redeem the
promise we had made that our people .
i i i ~?i.:? *,; ? *'
WUUHI I It'll r MUIU-I u l iif; iiiiumiii iium jitm. p
lie divided society into two classes, the *
governing and governed. Outside of these
were the fields for vice and lawlessness .
t in which to do their fiendish work. His
commanding appearance, his manly phys- n
^ ique and his brainy speech won for hint "
many warm friends in this community.
He is one of the principals of the Gaflfney
City Male and Female seminary, and as an j.
educator stands second to none.
The other speakers are all well known throughout
this community and have labored
as Sunday-school workers among us
a long time, and to my readers need no introduction
whatever. The whole affair
was a grand success and the large congret
gation that assembled to take part in the ~
Children's day exercises were well pleased ,.
with the proceedings. The music was con- 1(
ducted by l'rof. Vaughn, and was splendid.
The ladies furnished lunch, of which s
all partook, and thus ended a proceeding >
such as the county seldom ever witnessed. 1
In the afternoon ltev. J. W. (Juery ~
preached from the text "Bring the best *
robe and put it on him."?Luke xv, 22.
("apt. Harrington, with his corps of engineers,
passed here last Friday on their
way to Blacksburg. Persons who are anxious
for railroad news got but little from
them. sigma.
CorresiHinitence of tin- Yoikville Kuquiror. j
LETTER FROM I'XIOX. ?
Union, S. C., July 12.?The farmers
are now having some splendid weather for 1
their crops, and all hands are busy in get- r
ting "General Green" out of the way. /
Crops in this section are looking better
than usual, especially upland corn. I
T l^iirnoll Krvnlr-lr nnnnr in .1
I). C. Fly tin's establishment, was married last
Tuesday to Miss Mamie Elizabeth,
the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
( 'rant. The couple left immediately for
the mountains.
The district conference, embracing
three counties, will meet here next Wednesday,
continuingin session for threedays. 1
Fnion is certainly on a boom. Many 1
buildings will be erected in the next few 1
months. Among them will be the cotton <i
factory, cotton seed oil mill, Mr. B. F. t
Arthur's handsome residence, and the v
brick and tile factory, opened by Messrs. s
Jas. II. Rogers & Co. t
Mr. John Gibson, aged 7!> years, died at .\
his residence in Jonesville last Saturday.
Mr. E. B. Edge, an aged farmer in this ~
county, died last Thursday. His funeral
services were conducted by Rev. B. F.
Clifford, of this place.
A man from the country brought a ham
t;? town last week weighing .'5"> pounds.
| The hog weighed lib pounds net at 11
months old. The man could hardly find a
sale for his ham at 12A cents. It is to be
hoped that more of our people will take
pattern after this man. w. a. c.
?? ? < - j]
Tub Gallows.?John Kelly, convicted
r of the murder of Eleanor O'Shea, on Nov- "
ember 0, lsSS, was hanged at Canandaigua,
X. V., at noon last Wednesday. 11 is throat *
? ' was so badly cut by the rope that he was s
L drenched with blood.
% Win. Weddington, colored, was hanged n
at Charlotte last Thursday, for the murder
of policeman John Pierce of Monroe, o
t X'nion county, (N. C.) May "?, 1888. Wed- a
* dington made no remarks on the scallold. t<
The eight-year old son of Pierce witness- s
f.(l the'hanging of his father's slayer. r,
Thomas Jefferson, colored, was hanged
in the corridor of the Memphis, Term., jail
on Saturday. I lis neck was not broken by
he fall and he strangled to death in eight- '
eon minutes. The crime fn* which Jeffer- 1
son suffered the death penalty was the u
murder of Win. J tag] and, also colored. :l
()n the same day, Charles Wirt, colored "
was hanged at Somervillc, Fayette county
Tenn. f()r the murder of 1-1 valine Hester, n
on the 21th of December last. Wirt was u
iealous of the woman, and meeting her in I
company of a rival, ho shot herdead. The \\
scaffold was erected in a creek bottom near
town which, owing to the heavy rains,
was nearly a foot deep in water. Yet the
crowd stood in water for hours, and press,
i so close that the military company, t(
with fi xc*tl bayonets, was employed to keep ,,
them back. Wirt's neck was not broken i
by the fall.
SMITH CAROLINA NKWS.
? A little child of 1'. II. Walsh, of Flornce,
was bitten by a cat six weeks ago,
nd on Wednesday, after much suffering,
lied of hydrophobia.
? The eighteenth annual meeting of the
louth Carolina Teacher's association, met
n Columbia yesterday and will remain in
ession until to-morrow evening.
? C. B. Evans, formerly a merchant of
die raw, but recently in business at Fort
Vortli, Texas, was shot and killed there
>y a drunken employee named Davison
iaturday.
? The South Carolina watermelon is rapdly
making a name for itself in the
sorth. The sandy soil of Aiken and
iarnwell counties is found to grow this
lelicious fruit to perfection, and the busitess
of raising and shipping the melons
ias grown to huge proportions.
? The long expected opinion of Chief
n?hVn Fuller in theClemsou case, was fil
d in the U.S. circuit court at Charleston
ust Thursday. The opinion is lengthy,
>ut written out clearly and with perspicuty.
As is already known, it dismisses the
omplaint of Miss Calhoun and sustains
he will, which devises to the State certain
anded property to be applied to theestabishingof
a State agricultural college.
? The State department of agriculture
las received from Mr. J. W. Osteon, of
>umter, a sample of wool cotton. It seems
o be a variety of cotton that hasapecuiar
similarity to wool, being dark, greasy
nd soft. It could act as a very good counerfeit
for wool. The sample was obtainrom
a cotton field near Sumter. No doubt
he seed will soon be upon the market.
? The trade agents of seventeen sub-allinces
of Spartanburg county met at GatTney
n the 10th instant and discussed the kind
f bagging to be used this fall. It was delefinitely
decided to use nothing butcoton
bagging, and an order was made for
wenty-seven thousand yards. It is also
hought that the farmers will build a very
irge warehouse at Gaflney to store their
otton in.
? I). I). Dinkins, the young Manning
ttorney, recently returned to that place
rom Texas on requisition, has been admitted
to bail by Judge l'ressley. There
re two charges against Dinkins, who was
practicing attorney in Clarendon county
efore his flight from justice?one being
>r forgery, the other for breaking and enuring
the safe of the clerk of the county
ourt. The amount of bail was fixed at
l,f)00.
? The large twelve hundred dollar barn
f the State experiment station, about
wo miles from Columbia, was set on fire
'hursday morning by an unknown party,
n the barn were a horse, two mules, a
ow, eighteen hundred dollars worth of
machinery and farm implements, and a
irge quantity of forage, all of which
,'ere destroyed. The loss is four thousand
ollars. Uninsured. Suspicion rests on
wo negro employes.
? The liev. M. Zimmerman, financial
gent of the Spartanburg County Alliance,
sues a call for a meeting of sub-agents
n the 22d at Spartanburg. The object is
o arrange the supply and distribution of
rOtnn hinron'nc fnr thfi mirnnse of issuine*
on-trust covering to tfie greatest possile
extent. It is understood that no new
ate shall be used as long as old bagging,
ine straw and cotton covering can be obained.
The action of the Alliance seems
o create something of a puzzle for the merhants,
leaving them in doubt what supilies
to lay in for the cotton harvest.
? John Yeldell, colored, has been arrestd
in Pittsburg, Pa., for a murder com mi td
in Edgefield county in 1880. The occaion
is remembered as the Parksville riot,
'here was disorder in this Edgefield town
nd a negro was arrested. The negroes deed
the law and liberated the prisoner. A
iosse of white men tried to re-arrest the
egro and was met by a volley from a body
f negroes, by which young Blackwell was
illed. Several negroes were arrested and
nur were tried at Edgefield and convicted
f murder. They subsequently got a new
rial, however, and were acquitted, but
hey left the country. John Yeldell, who
ras believed to be the leader in the insurcetion,
made his escape and was never arested.
He had never been heard of since
he riot. The other day a disturbance occured
in a negro family in Parksville, and afer
a row between father and son, the old
nan's barn was burned. Suspicion pointd
to the son, and he was arrested. When
parched, a letter was found in his pocket
rom John Yeldell, at Pittsburg. It takes
long time on some occasions but murder
rill out. Yeldell had turned preacher in
'ittsburg, and was arrested just after conItiding
a service.
LIST OF LETTERS.
The following is a list of tho letters renaming
in the post office at Yorkville, S.
!., for the week ending July 13,1889:
.1. W. Csininlifill. Linov Evins. Tillsi Esters.
I airy Haiill, Lizzie Millor, Frank Moore, Kity
Neely, Albert Stewart, Violet NVaitts.
Persons calling for any of the above let?rs
are requested to mention that they
re advertised in Tjik Yokkvillk KnlUIUKK.
W. A. MOOKE, P. M.
THK TlfKRMOMKTKIt'S RKCOItl)
'or alio "Week Kmlin<; July 10 ? Observations
lay Mr. J. R. Schorl).
date. Z j 7' ? = p - a
5 1 i = 5 j e j ? =
K U. : M ^ ^ ~
Vedncsduv 10.. 1 (is j 00 84 SI I 02 (il
'hursday'll 7:5 0:5 I S2 s:5 04 71
ridav 12 72 Si) 74 7S 01 70 .07
laturdav 155 72 ; 85 7S 7S SO 70
Handiiy *14 72 I sr? K:$ so ss 70
ilonday b". .' 70 , ss j S2 S2 | SO 74
'uesday 10 71 S4 77 77 Sf> OS
.lean for week ; 72 S7 j SO SOj SO 00
Jjtlarhtt Jtoporfs.
Cotton Market.
i (IKK \ l liiil'J, )my ii.?i. onon, :'j 10 11.
LIVERPOOL, July 15.?Cotton steady and
n fair demand ; middling, ti 3-ltld.
CHARLESTON, July 15.?Cotton nominal;
uiddling, 102.
NEW YORK, July 15.?Cotton quiot; upands.
Hi. Futures'closed steady, with sales
if 11,000 bales, as follows: July 10.48 to 10.50;
Vugust. lu.47 : September, 10.15 to 10.1(5; Octo>or,
!>.!( ? to 0.07; November. 0.S8 to 0.80; Deember,
0.00 to 0.01; January, 5?.0G to 0.07;
'ebruarv, 10.03 to 10.0-1; March, 10.11 to 10.12;
tpril, 10.18 to 10.10; May, 10.20 to 10.27.
Special Dotices.
Entertainment.
Misses Susan Ann Prudence and Salina Rose
tickahocci, will be present at their homo, No.
os] Congress street, (Mr. W. A. Moore's) on
he 10th instant, wishing their friends and aouaintauces
to partake of their hospitality on
heir entrance into spinsterhood. Ye who like
rill come, robed in ancient costume, and ho or
ho who excellelh in quaintness, shall not rourn
empty handed. Admission, 25 cents,
lusic rendered for ve entertainment.
July 17 * 20 It
All-IIeuliug Springs.
Location unsurpassed,
Superior Accommodations,
More Amusements,
Creates! variety of Mineral Waters,
I'est return for prices asked of any
Health and Pleasure Resort,
Railroad Excursion Rates.
Send for Illustrated Circular. Address,
Cozzkns A Thomas,
ill-Healing, Hasten county, North Carolina.
July 17 20* It*
1 >it. Rknj. IMu.aud, druggist, at Aurora,
Jo., says : I sell a great quantity of S. S. S. for
icrofula. Eczema, Rheumatism, and other
Jood troubles, and have never heard of a case
f failure to cure.
PiMcr.Ks, blotches and eruptions on the skin
yideneo'the fact that the blood is in bad shape,
ml these symptoms show that nature is trying
> throw oil' the impurities, in which effort she
hould be assisted by a reliable vegetable blood
emody, as is Swift's Specific.
Mu. John I?. Haukisox, of Springfield, 111.,
nys that lio hn?l blood trouhlo for quite a timo ;
is tonsils were swollen, eruptions over his
andsand l'aee, followed by paralysis of the
tee, which was all relieved by Swift's Spoeilie,
nd after the lapse of seven years there has
een no sign of a return of the disease.
ovkii four years aj?o Swift's Speeilie cured
le of a troublesome eruption which covered
ly shoulders, back end limbs. This wasafter
had been treated by six doctors, some of
bom said I never would not well.
11. M. 1 If iiskv,Sherman, Texas.
A Healthy <>ro\vlli.
Vckor's blood Klixir has gained a lirni hold
n the American people and is acknowledged
> be superior to all other preparations. It is a
ositive cure for all I'dood and Skin biseases.
'he medical fraternity endorse and prescribe
:. (iuaranteed and sold by May A: May.
I I
Moticrs.
Guard aeaiiiNt the .Strike.
And always have a botttle of Acker's Idn^lisli
I Remedy in the house. Von cannot tell how
soon croup may strike your little one, or a cold
or cough may fasten itself upon you. Onedo.se
is a preventive and a few doses a positive cure.
All throat and lung troubles yield to its treat'
ment. A sample bottle is given you free and
tiie Remedy guaranteed by May A May.
Heligious Notice.
The regular quarterly communion service
will beheld at Bethel church on July Hist? i
third Sunday. Services will commence on
Friday previous. The pastor is expecting tho
assistance of Rev. O. L. Cook, of Hlacksburg. j
G. S. Roiunsox, Pastor.
July 17 Hii It
Wo ('mi mid Do
Guarantee Acker's Rlood Klixir for ithas been j
fully demonstrated to the people of this conn- j
try that it is superior to all other pieparations i
for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for I
syphyalitie poisoning, ulcers, eruptions and
pimples. It purilies tho whole system and
thoroughly builds up the constitution. Sold
bv Mtv ,fc May.
The New Discoverj.
You have hoard your friends ami neighbors
talking about it. You may yourself be one of j,
the many who know from personal experience j
just how good a thing it is. If you have ever . <
tried it, you are one of its staunch friends, be- i
cause the wonderful thingabout it is, that when |;
once given a trial, I)r. King's New Discovery j,
ever after holds a place in tho house. If you !,
have novor used it, and should lie atllietod with ,
a cough, cold, or any throat, lung, or chest
trouble, seen re a bottle at onco and give it a fair j
trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money
refunded. Trial bottles freo at Lowuy it
Stark's Drug Store.
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. Hainbridgc Monday, Esq., County Attv.,
Clay Co., Texas, says: "Have used Electric <
Hitters with most happy results. My brother
also was very low with Malarial Fever and ;
Jaundice, but was cured by timely use of this j
medicine. Am satisfied Electric Hitters saved .
his life."
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, Ky., ;
adds a liko testimony, saying: Ho positively |
believes lie would have died, had it not been
for Electric Hitters. ,
This groat remedy will ward off, as well as
cure, all Malarial Diseases, and for all Kidney, i
Liver and Stomach Disorders stands uncqualed.
Price f><) cents and 81, at Lowuy it St a nit's
Drug Store. :
Kuekleii's Arnica Salvo.
The best Salvo in tho world forCuts, Hruises, ;
Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Kever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin >
Eruptioes, and positively cures Piles, or 110 pay
required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by Lowuy & Stark.
Happiness and Contentment
Cannot go hand in hand if we look 011 tho dark
side of every little obstacle. Nothing will so
darken life and mako it a burden as dyspepsia.
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets will cure the worst :
form of dyspepsia, constipation and indigestion,
and make life a happiness and pleasure.
Sold at 25 and 5(1 cents by May it May.
"C'liipman'M Liver Fills'*
Are prepared especially as a family medicine,
and their merit is clearly demonstrated wheroever
the}' arc introduced. They cure sickheadache,
invigorate tho liver and regulate the
bowols. A single trial is .sufficient to secure
for them your confidence. Sold by Lowky it
Star it.
May 8 19 lv
A Child Killed.
Another child killed by tho use of opiates
given in the form of soothing syrup. Why
mothers givo their children such deadly poison
is surprising when they can relievo the child
of its peculiar troubles by using Acker's Haby
Soother. It contains no Opium or Morphine.
Sold by May it May.
^OBITUARY.
Pikd?Iii Bullock's Crook township, July
:lr<l, 1889, Mr. T. T. C1WIN, aged St yours 1
month aiul 7 days.
Three miles west of Clover, Jul}' 9, 1889, Mrs.
MATTIK FALLS SMITH, aged about forty
yoars.
DI E WEST FEMALE COLLEGE,
7^, OPENS OCTOBER7th, 1S89. Full
corps of accomplished and oxpo'IgBRg
rienced teachers. Located in one of
iKp the prettiost towns in tlio Piodmont
region. Splendid advantages in Art,
Music and Literary departments. Moral tone
of community and school all that could ho desired.
Three hundred and ninety-three graduates.
Board, with regular tuition for the year,
$1(15.00. For Catalogue, Address,
Mrs. L. M. BONNER, Principal,
or H. 10. BONNER, Vice-I'rineipal,
Due West, S. C.
July 17 29 tf
lldOX N ELLS VI LI. E ACADEMY,
MeCoiinellsville, S. (!.
#N 10 X T SIOSS ION B10GINS M ON DAY,
SEPTEMBER 2ND, 1889.
Primary, per month, 8 1 50
Intermediate, per month, 2 DO
Higher English, per month, 2 50
Classical, per month, 3 f>0
Board, including fuel and lights, per
month, 10 00
Contingent fee, per term, 25
For further information apply to F. 1>. Wii,t.iams,
Chairman Board of Trustees, or to
S. C. STURGIS, Principal,
McConnellsvillo, S. C.
July 17 29 * St
THE STATE OF SOI T1I ('AItDEIYA.
York County.
WHEREAS J. II. COLTIIARP has applied
to ino for Letters of A'dministration on
all and singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credits of Miss L. C. McKLHANKY, late
of the county aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to he and appear before me, at
our next Probate Court for said county, to be
bidden at York Court House, on TL'ES
!)AY,:H>TI[ DAY OF JULY, A. D., ISSil, ill 12
o'clock NL, to shew cause, if any, why the
said Administration sliouhl not lie granted,
(liven under my hand and seal, this Kith day of
July, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-nine, and in
the 114th vear of American Independence.
W. II. McCORKLK,
Probate Judge.
July 17 2D 2t
KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON.
SUMMER COODS.
| Closing Out tlic Itcnuiaiits HegnrdlesN
ol* Cost !
- ?
OCR stock of STRAW HATS are on the
market at prices that do not recognize
competition ! These J Tats cost us from fit) cents
i to $1.25, and we arc offering purchasers their
choico of the stock for FIFTY CKN'TS. It
will lie economy to huy one and save your Felt
Ilats for cool weather.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
1 ltather than carry our stock of Summer
Dress Hoods through the Winter, wo will sell
them without profit. Ladies, if you would invest
in a dress, the opportunity now presents
itself, for we have cut prices away down !
: GENTS'SUMMER CLOTHING.
If you intend buying a Summer Suit, you
can save money by coming to us for it. bur
Clothing must be sold, and if prices are to be
any inducement you had better call at KKNNKDY
BROS. BARRON'S and see their
goods.
ASTONISHED NATIVES!
The quality and price of our TA BLK OR< K'KKRY
has recently occasioned considerable
comment. Had we known that our prices
were so much cheaper than our neighbors, we
would have advised you much earlier. However,
you will know better in the future. Our
Crockery is so much cheaper than that of our
neighbors that our customers seem inclined to
believe that thoijuality is not right. We know
where to buy and how to buy, and we simply
give our customers the great benefit of this
knowledge.
You can buy anything we have in the Dry
< loods, Shoe, Hat or Hardware lines at "rock
bottom" prices.
KFNXKDY BROS. A' BARRoN.
IS YOUR WATCH ALL RIGHT ?
j
rpilKKH are, no doulit, hundreds of good I
JL Watches belonging to the readers of Tin: !
KnotntKit, that need attention. There are
perhaps nuiuhers of them that have not seen j
sorvico for years, owing to the faet that the i
owners have been unable to pit tlietn properly
repaired. 1 have now been in Yorkvillo Ibr j
several months and have repaired a large mini- j
bor of Watches, some of which had been sent ]
to Philadelphia, New York, Charleston, and j
other cities, and came back in no better eondi- j
lion than when they left. In every case, I
am pleased to say, my work has given the best
of satisfaction. I claim to know my business,
and to sustain this claim I guarantee all j
of my work. If you have a Watch that needs
attention bring it*to me and von will be glad
, you did it. IIKNKY KuKI>,
Near Exchange bank.
I \ I.I ITI{1\ S NOTICE.
I
VI,I. persons inileliteil to the estate of II. j
KIIANK t'L A KK.deeeased, are hereby tin- i
tilied to make immediate payment to the tin- j
dersiijiied. Persons having elainis atrainsl j
the said estate are reipiesteil to present tlieni, I
duly autlientieated, within the time preserihed
I>y law. .\l. .1. ('IjA UK, Kxeeiitrix.
'.Inly in -s ;tt I
URN. T. R. DOBNOX.
DOWN SHE GOES!
The Death-Dealing Hammer of Low
Prices commenced this morning
in all kinds of Millinery
Hoods for Summer Wear.
I AM determined lo close out my JSUMMMi
MI LL1NKKY at almost any pri<to. I must
have room Cor FALL HOODS. So tho deathdealer
has started on liis war path and is slayin:g
everything before him in the way of prices.
So if you want anything in Millinery, and especially
in Hats, come and see me, as my prices
are now lower than any House in Yorkvillo?
specially in Hats- as the little balance 1 have
nil hand of HATS AND BONNETS must lie
sold.
Also, what few DRESS HOODS I have loft
must move if prices are any inducement at all.
Just received a largo lot of Georgia Jeans,
which is being offered very low.
I have the largest assortment of* Ladies'
Shoes in Yorkvillo, just from the factor}', and
made expressly for my trade. Commencing
it a Buttoned Shoo at $1.1(5, and a Laco Shoo at
its cents ; and I have them at any price up to
*2.03 ; and my $2.03 cents Shoo is just as good
is anything you can buy for $3.fi(l. So if you
iro in need of any Shoes, come and seo my
stock.
In Men's Shoes for dress I havo them from
?L2f> to $4.:tS ; tho $4..'l8 is hand-sewed. I also
have a line of Boys' Shoes at very low prices.
In fact, anything I havcis low?as low as you
mm buy anywhere.
Pins, 1 cent; Blacking, 1 cent; Blueing, 2
cents ; Soda, it cents ; Pepper, 24 cents; Spice,
3">cents; Dinger, lf> cents; Snuff,4 cents ; Box
Paper, J, 5 and 0 cents a quire; Spool Cotton,
2 cents ; Ball Thread, 2 cents ; Tobacco, f> cents ;
Tin Cups, 3cents; Dippers, 3cents; Dish Pans,
If) cents; Coffee Pots,!) cents ; Pie Pans, 3 cents ;
lllass Oil Cans, 37cents; Tin Oil Cans, 24 cents ;
Whitewash Brushes, 24 cents; Tea Spoons, it
cents; Monkey Wrenches, 14 cents; Tea Strainers,
5 cents; Egg Beaters, 10 cents; Milk
Skimmers, f> cents; Milk Strainer Buckets, 24
cents; Pad Locks, f> cents; Large Plyers, 14
cents; Cake Trimmers, 0cents ; Potato Mashers,
! cents; Hammers, 10 cents; Spring Balances,
0 cents; Window Shades, 72cents, with
rollers complete; Chair Bottoms, lOconts; Cow
Chains, 31 cents; Halter Chains, 20 cents; Lanterns,
73 cents ; Coffee Mills, 4S conts ; Knives
and Forks, 48cents a set; Toilet Sets, $1.'.KI;
Work Tables, OS cents ; Large Pictures, 40 and
OS cents; Hiding Bridles, 08 cents; Buggy
Whips, 10 cents; Riding Whips, 24 cents : Foot
Tubs,40conts ; Strainers, 10cents; Slop Pails,
40 cents; Bath Tubs, $1.43; Wash Boards, 24
cents; Knife Trays, 0 cents; Roling Pins, 0
cents ; Spittoons* 24 cents ; Cigars, it cents ;
Mucilage, it cents ; Carpenters' Pencils, 4 conts ;
Lightning Glue, 10 cents; Spectacles, 24 cents ;
Cologne,") cents; Shaving Soap, it cents; Razors,
24 cents; Corn Knives, 0.8cents ; Scissors,
10cents ; Shears, 14 cents; Pocket Knives, it
cents ; Kitchen Knife, lOcents; Butcher Knife,
14 cents; Hatchets, 40 cents ; Bevel Hammers,
33 cents; Slates, 5 cents; Ink, 5 cents; Penholders,
1 cent; Composition Books, it cents;
Memorandum Books, 1 cent; Brogan Shoes, 00
cents; Trunks, 43 cents ; Handsaws, 40 cents ;
Iron Squares, 23 cents ; Child's Rocking Chair,
08 cents ; Flower or Candle Stand, $1.33 ; Tacks,
2 cents; Envelopes, it cents; Umbrellas, 40
cents ; two bars of Washing Soap, 5cents; Ladies'
Satchels, 37 cents ; Drawing Knives, 40
cents : Bits for Braces, it cents ; Bridle Bits, it
cents; Butter Prints and Moulds, it cents;
Mouse Traps, 24 conts ; Zinc Oil Cans, 24cents:
Patent Sifters, 24 cents; Corn Popper, 10 cents ;
Chalk for carpenters at 3 cents a stick ; and, in
fact, almost everything in the
Dry Goods, Millinery, Tinware and
Shoe Lines,
As cheap as any one, if not ehoapor. All that 1
ask is that you call and seo me, and I will do
your pocket Rood.
Mrs. T. M. DOBSON,
Leading Bargain llouso,
Opposite the old Stand.
J. II. KIDDLE.
SOLID SWEEPS.
|A VHKY farmer who has used the above iinpleniont,
rocogni/.cs the fact that it is the
j>roper thing to uso in a cotton crop when in
its present condition. We now have on hand a
large stock of this particular style of plow and
will I>c pleased to supply the wants of all who
desire them. We also* have in stock Orass
Blades, (Mover Blades and Snaths, and Seytho
Stones. Also a large stock of long-handled
Shovels, Dung Forks, and, in fact, a full stock
of standard Hardware, which wo will sell at
paralyzing prices.
AS USUAL
We have a largo stock of plantation supplies,
such as Bacon, Corn, Flour, Sugar, Cotl'ee, Molasses,
fresh (Jrits and Bice, and everything
else in this line. Parties desiring anything in
our line will do well to come and see us.
TIIE !fIA<L\OLIA HAITI.
We have sold more of this particular brand
of Ilains during the present year than wo have
ever sold during the same length of time, and
every ono who has tried them is pleased with
them. We now have a fresh snpplv on hand.
FANCY GKOCKKIKS.
Our slock of Fancy (Iroceriesis complete,
and of the very best quality, as we never handle
any but the best. Wo never buy an inferior
article with the hope of selling it at the samo
price at which good goods are sold,anil thereby
making a handsome profit to the injury of our
customers; but always, under all circumstances,
buy and sell onlv the best.
J. II. RIDDLE.
Tin: OJM> RELIlItLi:.
1 WOULD respectfully announce to my patrons
and tho traveling public generally that
notwithstanding my occasional absence "from
Yorkvillo during the next few months, mv
UVl'llV AVH I.M.M.'nWIW nr.VS will Imonn.
tinned as heretofore, and the business will bo
conducted with the same promptness as if I
were present in person.
MY OMNIBUS
Isslill on the street, ready to convey passengers
to all departing trains, or from the trains to
any part of town.
FOB FUNERALS
I have an elegant IIKARSK and also a CLAKKNCK
COACH which will be sent to any part
of the county at short notice. Prices reasonable.
Buggies and other Vehieles
On hand for sale, bargains in either new or
second-hand Vehicles.
IIA YE YOUR HORSES FEB
At the Yorkvillo Livery and Peed Stables
where thev will receive the best attention.
1-'. K. SMITH.
July 10 2S tf
I{. A. I'AltlMl.
NOW OR NEVER.
HAVINt! secured the exclusive agency In
tliis place lor t lie 11 >10 A h WIMTJO S<?A1\
wo oiler it its :in arliolo unexcelled for general
household use. Dots not wear away anil waste
like the cheap rosin soaps. It isiuado from
pure cocoanut and refined vegetable oils, and
contiiins no animal grease or fat whatsoever.
for a limited time, to better introduce this
Soap, wo give every purchaser of it bar tlioir
choice of one of the following articles:
KINK SILYIOK-I'KATIOI) TAHIjK KORK.
KINK SI IjVKK-I'IjATKD Rll TT 10 K K XIK 10,
KINK SILVIOIt-I'KATIOD SlMJAli Sl'OON,
KIN K SI L V10K-1M,AT101> T10ASl't HIN.
The "I DIOA K WIUT10" is put up in mammoth
:t-l'< >K N1) bars. l'rico li."? cents per bar,
and one piece of elegant Silverware with every
bar. Kor side onlv by
K. A. I'AKISII,
dealer in (ieneral Merchandise,
Yorkvillo, S.
M.&1I.G. STRAUSS.
('O)IK FIRST TO M. & H. ('. STRAKSS'S
VNI) you will not be disappointed; then
there would bono need for you to say, I
wish 1 had called at your Store before 1 bought
elsewhere.
We Have Reduced Our Prices
Ami aro ilotorminod In soil jjoods to mako room
lor our Kail stock. ('oino and soo
THE ONE-PRICK CASH STORE
A ml that tho rlioapost.
I)UY FIN'K U'OOD
I AO K SA 1,10. Apply to
i SAM M. tilt 1ST.
WITHERS ADICKES.
GROCERIES.
Til ! : best eatables are generally tlio cheapest, ^
mid we always try to impress this on our a"
customers. A10 pound Mt. Vernon Ham will *n
alford more nice eating meat than 15 pounds of .,
many other brands. These Hams are highest a
cure and well trimmed. New lot of Meats this j]
week. California Hams at 1-1 cents. Nice
S. C. Shoulders at 10 cents. Breakfast Strips, ?
Dried Hoof, Ac. ,,
Nice Lemons always on hand.
Vinegar and all sorts of pure Spices for w
Tickles, Ac. y
Hememher where to get the old reliable Ma- j,
son Fruit .Jar. Also .lolly Classes, nice size i
shape at only 50 conts per dozen. ' j,
Sugars, Coffees and Teas of overy sort, at | p
bottom prices. i u
SEEDS. Ill
I r
Heans, Turnips, Ac. A few bushels of Pens | ti
left.
Soda?We keep all sorts to please everybody. [ c
Laundry Materials. Buy your Soap, Starch, a
Lyo, Ac., from us. and thereliv unvn monnv I u
MoIuhhoh, Syrups, Ac. * | 11
Oils of ;tll sorts. Try tho Red C. f<
Lard. Remember tho "Ivory" pure white. p
Crackers. Remember whero to got tho best
"Snow Flakes." a
HARDWIRE. t
You will suroly lose money by not consult- il
ing lis for Hardware. We carry tho most com- d
plete stock in York, and can and will save you a
money in prices, l'leaso tost this assertion.
Crockery and Class ware. A now lot this h
week. Tho best Fly Fan?now lot. Flv Traps, k
three kinds. * ^
Wooden, Willow and Tinware in great va- t(
rioty. f.
Window Class and Sheet Tin. 1
Call and see us when in need of anything in v
Groceries, lfardwaro, Crockery, Class, Wood- a
en, Willow, Tinware, Ac. Wo charge nothing p
to show goods and give prices. v
WANTED?Dees wax, Tallow and anything, o
TO MERCHANTS. a
s
We can oiler low prices on Wrapping Paper, ,s
Paper llags, Ac. Swapping Rags for same. p
Yours, k
WITHERS ADICKES.
?f,
a. y. cartwrigiit. wm. m. allison*.
A. Y. CARTWRKJHT & CO.
WHIP YOUR HORSE.
s
Buggy Whips at from 15 Cents "
up to 90 Cents !
V
I
IAZILY we sit, in tho glare of tho July sun, s
j penning oilers of raro bargains to tho mul- p
titiido. Think of a Parasol that cost us two
dollars, being sold for one dollar! Think of
tho necessity of a parasol, and remember that (
tliis is an opportunity which will never pre- jj
sent itself again If you want a parasol buy it
now, or forever aftor Hold your peace! H'
b
White Goods. u
a
e
Since beginning our Closing Out Sale, tho I
rush for our White Goods lias boen very great,
though our stock was very largo and we can u
yet supply tho increasing demand. Hundreds I
of dillorent styles can ho found in this line at ?
prices which know not competition. Remem- s
her that this opportunity is at your disposal, 11
and it is for you to say what von will do. (
v
Our Stock of Shoes. ;
1j
Our stock of Slioes for Ladies, Gentlemen, (.
Misses and Children is very largo and com- p
plete, and consists of all tho stylos and shapes s
known to the shoo manufacturers. Comfort, ,]
stylo and price are among tho many recoiu- y
mendations that our stock of Sliocs may boast. s
_ i,
Colored Lawns. '
1
i
Of tlio Lawn department wo would say that *
at tho price wo havo offered those goods, it is '
only a matter of a few days beforo not so much .
as a remnant can 1)0 found in our store, and 1
we would ho glad if our regular customers,
who may need some of theso goods, would call *
early and avail themselves of our oiler.
s
a
' Gents' Summer Clothing. t,
I
Ily no means is our stock of Summer Clothing
the least attraction that wo are prepared to
show, for we have a great many nice suits that m
wo are offering vory low. If you desire any- p
thing in this lino call and inspect our goods before
buying clsowhoro.
Straw Hats for Men. j
Our stock of (louts' Straw Hats is very large
and we are slaughtering them at the most rockless
prices imaginable. If you want to buy a
Straw I fat wo will make it to your advantage
to buy from us.
Pants Goods for Gents.
Wo havo tho largest stock of Pants Goods to
bo found inthecounty, and during our Closing
OutSalo wo will of lor some startling bargains.
Wo have neglected to advertise this from some
cause or other, but if you are in need of anything
in this lino in* tho waj of Cottonades,
Jeans and Cassimeres, call and see us for we
will nsfko it to your interest.
Our Stock of Baskets.
:i
We have the most unique stock of baskets '
over brought to Yorkville, ami thoro are few
-i 1 -- I* *!.? 1 !...* ..
iirueios null, are lism :uiuui urn iiumi: Ulilt niu r
more eonvenient. Wo lmye baskets from f? J
cents up.
]
Ladies' Trimmed Hats.
1
Our Slock of Ladies Hats is a considerable
attraction at present, and if you wish to buy ]
something nice for a small amount of money,
call and'sce ns, for we are going to close them
out.
Our Purpose.
The Pioneer proposes to clean out itssholves, <
and if prices will do it, it will bo done in short
order. Kvcrv articlo is to boa bargain. Prices 1
id" the i>ast will not bo prices of the future ! If
you want goods, buy them now, for you may '
never have such an opportunity again. If you
should happen to run across anything in our *
stock that you think is too high, don't buy it;
lor we are only offering bargains and that is all
wo care to sell.
A. Y. CARTWRIUHT ?fc CO., Proprietors.
Nkw York Okkick, -Kill Broadway.
R. B. LOWBY.
HAMS.
~M I 'SCI' nri'ifn.l iinnllinr lilt nf HAMS. Wllil'll I .
tj arovery lino. lTii(?ai?vhshcmISllollLDKKS, !
sugar-cured, going at ten rents per pound.
FLOUR.
If you want choice grades of FLOUll, call on t
nio. Try my "Town Talk" at per sack. (
Try liAVIS'S 1$ A KINO POWDHKS at 20 ,
cents a pound ; as good as this market all'ords.
CANNED GOODS.
.My stock of ('ANNKI> <;<><>I>S is complete, I
consisting of Crabs, Potted Ham, Mackerel <
Sardines,Salmon, Peaches, Pie Apples, Corned i
Iteef, Tomatoes, Ac.
TINWARE.
I have a lot of TINWAKK that I am selling
very cheap. Call and get a few pieces. Co I lee
Pots from ten cents up. 1
STRAW HATS.
I I still liaye a few STltAW HATS on hand
| that must be sold. Oents' FUK HATS constantly
in stock, and sold as cheap as thochoap- | ''
! est. i !l
COFFEE.
Try my AHloSA OOFFKK in one pound
I packages. I have good RIO COFFKK at 2f>
j cuiiin, aim ^laiiuni uuu|'v>. v
SHOES.
Men's, Hoys' and Ladles' SHOES always 011
liiiml ami golntf atthe lowest living priees.
CROCKERY. '
I f you want CI I MA I' CROCKERY, you will |
| do well to call on me before buying elsewhere. s
SHIRTS. [
If vou want anything in the line of SHI UTS, 1 f?
call on " HOB I.OWRY, la
Near the C. It. Depot.
'!
FOR KENT. | I
nWKLLTNH HOUSE with KOlUt ROOMS.
Apply to L. M. ORIST.
I June 12* >4 tf I
VV. C. I.ATIMER.
RANDOM REMARKS.
rllKKK arc laws, l?oyon?l question, which
govern the mercantile world. Tliese lawy
re brought about through tlie natural chattels
of commerce by the demands of the pcolo
themselves. Theory is, CHEAP (JOOI)S,
nd "clieaj)" goods are the result. Wliether
lese goods are of the first quality, is for the
eople to determino. I, however, nave deterlined
that quality should always bo the rulig
element at the I5AZAAR, for merit, in
lie course of time, always receives its just reran!.
The class of goods carried by the RAiAAIt
is first-class and will give satisfaction
i overy particular, and while this bo true, I
an say without fear of contradiction, that I
ave NEVER PANDERED TO PURLIC
'REJEDICEin order that my wares be forced
pon the people. It is thctJlfALITY of goods
liat I handle, that I look to for an increasng
business, wliich does not confine my tcritory
to this vicinity alone, but forces my
rade into other counties and other States.
I appreciate the trade of my fellow-men and
xort overy energy and effort to accommodate
nil oblige them. I cater for their trade and
ioral support, hut it lias never come wittuti
ly province to sell four dollars worth of goods
>r two dollars and make two dollars cleat
rolit !
According to the laws of commerce, every
rticle has a distinctive valuo in dollars ami
ents, and over-production is the only thing
hat is likely to decrease value.
Of course, duringour CLOSINU OUT SALE
t is the divisions of profits that makes the inucemontto
buy. often we sell without profit,
ml many times tit an absolute loss.
My trade during the past six month litis
een very large, both cash and credit, and 1
now that nowhere could the same quality ol
oods have been bought on more favorable
arms from anyone. I advertised in the heinning
of the season that I would supply all
ROMPT-PAYINU CREDIT CUSTOMERS
rith goods tit the very lowest possible prices,
ml it was not a few of York county's besl
eoplo who investigated this proposition and
ho are now good credit and cash customors
f ours.
PROMPT PAYMENT IS ESSENTIA I
'O A (tool) CREDIT, and it is with conidorable
satisfaction that I show my goods te
uch hrompt paying patrons. It is an actual
leasure to accommodate such people, for 1
now that it is appreciated.
I have a lot of HOYS' SHOES that I am of
Bring very low, and if you are in need of any
hoes foryour boys, ask to see them. They
rill give good service.
In Millinery I am the recognized authority
>r first class, roliablo fashionable goods, and
. bile my prices have always been very low
hayo determined to squeeze down to the hotmi
and let her slide.
If at anytime during the next sixty days you
hould need any article whatever in the Dry
loodsline, I will sell it to you, and just as low
s it can ho bought anywhere in the United
tales. Wo guarantee quality in every instance
No merchant under the sun can afford If
,-ork for a smaller profit than I, and I don'l
iclieve that the man lives who can buy tin
ame quality of goods that I handle at a lowei
ince than I.
WE AKE WILLING TO COMPARE
IOODS AND PRICES, and if the dillerenci
ii price', if there he any, is not in favor of oui
ualitv, nothing will "ever he said from oui
ide of the question. Trado whero you eai
uy to the best advantage.
From this day, through tho entire summer
t is my purposo to sell Fans and Parasols a
sacrifice, and I intend to make it to tho inter
st of every ono who needs anything in tliesi
ines to call at tho HA/. A All for them.
The BAZAAR is now exhihiting one of tin
nost elegant lines of HEMSTITCHED EM
1ROIDEREI) ROHES ever shown in this
iiarkct, and it is extremely doubtful whethoi
uch a stock of those llohes could he fount
a the State, outside of Columbia or Charleston
Tall to see them when you como to tho store, ai
foare closing them out at a sacrifice.
LATIMER'S RAZAAR is now prepared t<
how the most completo line of LADIES
jOW CUT SHOES EVER SHOWN INTIIR
I ARRET. These Shoes were selected ant
might for ladies who desire a good, stylish
oinfortablo Shoo at a legitimate price, and no
r> compote with tho hundreds of worthies:
hoes that are being forced on the market every
ay. If you want full value for your monej
ou can get it by selecting your Shoes in thii
took.
In Gent's LOW CUT SHOES, tlio BAZAAI
las no competition whatever.
A largo stock of SATIN MS are now on exhi
iltion, ofall shailns and colors, and consider
ng the quality (of which there are many) con
iderablo inducements are being oll'ered in thii
ine of popular dress goods.
If you-want a nice Dress made, and niadi
n the height of fashion, go the BAZAAR.
If you want a Straw Hat, you can got it a
he BAZAAR with very little profit attached
If von want a light weight hard Hat, fo
ummer wear,you can get it at the BAZAAI
t a vory small profit.
If you want Hosiery, Gloves or Corsets, g<
r> the BAZAAR and buy them, whore even
hing is sold strictly with reference to tin
liiality handled.
Very Respectfully, W. LATIMER.
rHE CAROLINA BUGGY CO.
yokhvilm:. s. c.
IIR SHOPS ARE II IN F1 BUST
JWK shops of tlio CAROLINA RUfJfi Y CD
no now in full blast, and its Repositories ar
illoil with all grades and styles of VEHICLES
rhey are Selling Lots of Work Now
bit they have to soil it, and they ask ever;
>ne who h is any idea of buying a vehicle t
NSI'KOT ITS STOCK BKKORK BUYINt
0 BSE WHERE.
They Can and Will Make it Pay
PARTI ICS AT A DISTANCE TO BUI
JOODS OK TIIKM. They carry a full line n
'ARRIAHK AM) SADDLKRY HA III)
A'ARK, LAP Kol'.KS, WHIPS, I'MRRKL
LAS ami HARNKSS. Hive them a call am
lavo money.
Yours Respectfully,
CAROLINA P.ITHHY CO.
F. HAPPERFIELD.
I KEEP THE BEST.
IF it is not generally known, such is the casr
that there are as many <|unities ofCannei
Joods as there are grades of cotton, though no
ike cotton? sold to grade. I only handle th
>est grades and sell them :it the lowest possibl
>rices.
Not only in Canned Hoods, Pickles, etc., ar
ny goods reliable, but every article is guarau
eed to he just as it should be for wholesom
ise, with prices as low as inferior goods ar
isually sold. .
TAItLK (IMM ItEltV.
I have a nice line of Table Crockery whicl
! am able to sell iit a very low price. Thi
'rockery is made in the latest shapes and i
mported from Knglaud.
If you need Fruit Jars I will sell them ver
heap.
20 Pounds of Rico for One Dollar.
I atu still selling -0 pounds of Rico lorom
11111* i* it. i* insL as irooil for ordinarv pur
>oses as more expensive Rice.
FItK.SH HAMS.
I havojust received another lot ofelegantb
ured Hams. These Hams are sweet and juiej
ml are very cheap.
MARK THE SPOT.
Do not forget that I am prepared to furnis)
II kinds of M ON I'M 10NTS AND TDM It
(TONKS at the most reasonal)lo prices. AI
vork guaranteed to he lirst-olass.
F. HARRKRFIKUD.
Tin: kkst hoi1.1:it fkkdek.
IT 111?I undersigned informs the owners of sta
tionary and portable Steam Knginus, tha
10 is prepared to supply them with the IJKS'J
tOlLKK FF.KDFR in existence. It is strong
imple in construction, unfailing in action
IAN NOT OFT OUT OF OKDKR, ami can Ik
iperatcd by any one who can turn a throttli
alve. Those feeders are suitable for eitlie
STATIONARY OR l'ORTAI'.HH KNOINKS
lid works as well on one as the other.
It is made in two sizes?onosuitable for boil
rs of from <! to I I horse-power, and the othe
or boilers of from 1"> lo :>u horse power, t'al
n or write to me for further information.
KDWARD THOMAS,
York vilie, S. t\
July Id US tf
^MAY Ac MAY, ^ |
ift DliUGGlHTK. A
WIIITK LEAD.
WK liavo been advertising tlio Phouiix
Hrand of White Lead quite extensively
( recently, and the center shots that have been .
, ! made in onr statements, are beginning to tell. ?
Although White Lead isastaple article of mer- *
ehandise whose principal recommendation is
its indispensability in securing the best re- I
suits, in view of cxisiting notions that imve ;
been worked up within the nast few years with j
| regard to less valuable substitutes, we have
I deemed it advisable, from time to time, to put ;
> ! in a few licks in its behalf straight from the ?
I j shoulder. This is the only apology for adver- <
, | tising the merits of a paint tliat stands among 1 ,
paints nun unalloycu pint sunuis unions me t
metals.
i OUR DRUG BUSINESS.
' :i
1 While wo have embarked in the Ieo business,
it will not and shall not bo at the expense of
our daily increasing DRUO IilJSINESS, for
pure Drugs and Medicines are our hobbj and
we elaim to handle and carry the largest stock
of reliable medicines of any drug house in the
county, and never was it larger and more varied
than now, a few of which wo will endeavor
to give below:
Acker's blood Elixir, .
Hood's Sarsaparilla,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
McDade's Succuss Altorans,
Swift's HpeciAc or S. S. S.
All of the above medicines are for the blood, <
and are well known on this market as reliable
prescriptions. When in need of either of them
call aim buy it trom MAY A MAY. 1
Acker's babv Soother, ]
Dr. Digger's "Huckleberry Cordial, j
Dalby's Carminative,
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. 1
The above remedies are of world-wide repu- j
tation, ami it is useless for us to say anything f
further than that wo have them in our largo <
stock. s
Wo always carry all the most reliable medi'
cincs for coughs and colds, among which can bo j
' found Hamlin's Cough balsam, Acker's Hug- <
' lisli Remedy and Taylor's Sweet Hum and ;
Mullein. t
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HEAT. THYSELF. J
I Our stock of reliable liniments is very largo 1
( and complete, and it is impossible to give a full 1
. list, but we will call your attention to the fol- j
lowing:
Had way's Ready Relief,
Mother's Friend,
Lightning Liniment, 1
Pain Killer, 1
Pemoline balsam,
Mustang Liniment,
Ramon's Nerve and bone Oil,
Wizzard Oil,
HarglingOil Liniment,
british < >il,
J. H. McClan's Liniment,
Dalley's Magical Pain Extractor,
bucklen's Arnica Salvo,
Cutacura Salvo,
[ Pile Ointment,
And it seems to us that wo havo liundreds of
other Liniments that we might mention had
wo the space.
Wo have the largest stock of Hair Dye and
Hair Dressing Materials that we have ever
carried, and if you want anything in this line
yon will please remember that MAY A MAY'S
is the place to get it.
Piatt's Chloride is a disinfectant that should
be used very promiscuously around the outhouses
and back lots of your premises. MAY
A MAY have it.
TO PHYSICIANS.
We respectfully call the attention of the fol 5
lowing named articles to our Physicians :
1 Celerina,
, brominia,
t Jodia,
bromo Cafline,
Alotris Cordial,
Lithiated Hydrangia,
Horsford's Acid Phosphate,
Phos-Acid, 1
t Lime Juice and Pepsin,
beef, Iron and Wine with Laetopeptine,
Iron, ({limine and Strychnine,
Fellow's Hypophosphitcs,
Hematic Hypophosliites,
s Robinson's Hypophosphites.
TOILET SOAPS.
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' Our stock of Toilet Soap is the largest and
. most complete that we over handled. It consists
in all the leading brandsof Colgate'smako ,
together with that of bazin A Sargent. ,
Our stock Tobaccos and Cigars is very (
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<>ur stock or laucy articles is very complete.
Our stock of Lamp Goods and fixtures are ,
beautiful and cheap.
Rubber Goods of all descriptions.
MAY A MAY, Druggist.
' II. F. AD1CKES.
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SPECIAL.
"yyTF are ottering Jeans, Cottonades and C'assimeres
at very low prices.
Dress Goods, Lawns, figured Muslins, Satines,
Organdies, Ac.
Fine Mull Muslins at very low prices.
A large lot of Dress Ginghauis at very low
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prices.
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FIIfE SHOES.
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Our stock of men's tine Shoes is the best in
market and prices are very low.
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f MILLINERY.
1 Our Millinery Store is full of choice seasonable
goods and we feel sure that you can save
money by buying from us.
(J loves, Stockings, Corsets, Laces, Ribbons
and Kmbroideries at low prices.
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Men's I'mlcrShirts, men's lino Dross Shirts,
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Collars, Cull's and Cravats. '>
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HITS.
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A lot of choice still' and soft Fur Hats, Wool
Hats, and Straw Hats, at lowest known prices.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
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We have a choice slock of lino JEWELRY
1 of every description: Finger Kings, Silver '
1 Thimbles, gold, gold-tilled and silver Watches
for gonllemon and ladies.
CLOCKS of every description at low prices. |
Values guaranteed.
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1 Watt hes, Clocks and Jewelry repaired in the J
bent 111:111 tier ami wora guaranteed.
II. F. ADICKES. I '
AUCTION SACKS.
CLERK'S SAI.E.
Soulli Carolina?York County.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS,
roll 11 (J. Little, Plaintiff, against J. D. F. Duncan,
Defendant.
HY virtue of the authority vested in mo, under
a Decree of Foreclosure made in the
:auso as above entitled, dated the Jrd day of
lulv, Ihs'.i, I will expose to public sale at
i'ORK COURT HOUSE, on the
FIRST MONDAY (Sales-Day) IN AUOl'ST
Vext, during the legal hours of sale, the following
described property to wit:
1st. A certain HOUSE AND LOT, situated
n the town of Rlacksburg, county and State
iforesaid, bounded by the Air-Line railroad,
'arolina street, .John street, and a small parcel
>f land belonging to Dr. John O. Rlack, conaining
ONE AND ONE-FOURTH ACRES.
2nd. A certain LOT, bounded b> Carolina
itreet, Chester street. Air-Line railroad, and
fames Whisonant, and containing in length
>12 feet, in width luO feet.
TERMS OF SALK-CASII.
Purchaser to pav foi papers.
\V. DROWN WYLIK, C. C. C. lMs.
July 1? 28 -It
CLERK'S SALE.
Loutli C arolina?York County.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS,
b'orrv ?fc Hopper, Plaintiff*, against J. I). F.
Duncan and others, Defendants.
BY virtue of the authority vested in nie under
a Decree of Foreclosure, made in the
:auso as above entitled, dated the .'!rd day of
lulv, 1X89, F will expose to public sale at
tfokK COl'RT HOUSE, on the
PIRST MONDAY (Sales-Day) IN AUGUST
S'ext, during the legal hours of sale, the following
described property, to wit:
1st. A certain HOUSE AND LOT in Blacks- ^
>urg, said county and Stato, fronting 90 feet on
forth Carolina street, and running back 400
eet to the Air-Line railroad, along said railroad
(0 feet to John's street, back to North Carolina
itreet to the beginning.
2nd. A certain WEDGE-SHAPED LOT, beginning
at the corner of the above lot on North
Jarolina street, running back parallel with
S'orth Carolina street 400 feet to Air-Line rail oad
; thence with said railroad 90 feet to corler
of lot abovo described : thence along its
ino back to North Carolina street, a distance of
[00 feet, to the beginning.
3rd. All that tract or parcel of land, situated
n York county, in said Stato, bounded by
ands of Dr. John G. Black on the South, and
B. II, Bridges on the South-East; by W. J.
Joforth, the lands of John Moore, deceased,
md others, on the North-East; and on the East
>y Buffalo creek, containing THREE HUNDRED
ACRES, MORE OR LESS, known as
he Duncan Homestead tract.
TERMS OF SALE?CASH.
Purchaser to pav for papers.
W. BROWN WYLIE, C. C. C. Pis.
July 10 28 4t
SHERIFF'S S AI, E,
BY virtue of writs of lieri facias to me directed,
will bo sold between the legal
lours of Sheriffs sale, on the FIRST MONDAY
in
AUGUST NEXT,
At York Court House, the following property
;o wit;
One Wheat Drill, levied on as the property of
J. W. Purseley and Robert Barber, at the suit
}f Brick ford & Hoffman. [75
The inforestof W. W. Gaffney in the estate
if W. W. Gaffney, deceased, in and to the following
real estate, situated in York county, S.
D., and numbered respectively on Maps A, B
ind C,of the King's Mountain Iron Company
lands, prepared by W. B. Allison, I). S., October
2, 18X0, as follows:
1. Tract number 10, Map A, containing thirty
acres, more or less.
2. Tract number 11, Map A, containing fifty
acres, more or less.
3. Tract number 15, Map A, containing ninety-four
acres, more or loss.
4. Tract number 18, Map A, containing one
hundred and thirty-seven acres, more or lass.
5. Tract number 19, Map A, containing one
hundred and one acres, more or less.
(J. Tract number 30, Map B, containing five
hundred and fifty-ono acres, moreor less.
7. Tract number 39, Map B, containing three
hundred and twenty-two acres, moreor less.
8. Tract number 41, Map B, containing two
hundred and soventy-one acres, moreor less.
9. Tract number 43, Map B, containing two
hundred and eighteen acres, more or less.
10. Tract number 45, Map B, containing seventv-six
acres, more or less.
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11. I lilUl IIUJIII'UI *U y .Uilj) V, vuiikaiiiiu^
Bighty-seven acres, more or less.
12. Tract number 58, Map C, containing
three hundred anil seventy acres, more or less.
13. The limo interest of tho late King's
Mountain Iron Company, in a tract of land belonging
to Mrs. Eliza Long, and purchased by
the said \V. W. Gatfney, deceased. Levieil on
us tho property of W. w. Gafl'noy, at tho suit
of J. \\. lirigliam <fcCo., and others.
fcir Terms cash, or the property to be re-advertised
for re-sale on tho next Sales-Day, at
the risk of tho former purchaser. Purchasers
to pay for papers,
E. A. CRAWFORD, S. Y. C.
July 3 27 5t
W. H. ROUMILLAT & GO'S.
PHARMACY.
RHEUMATISM CURED.
\\f K publish tho following testimonial for
y T the benefit of the hundreds in this county
who are suffering from Rheumatism, and
show what GYPSY OIL will do.
R.VHNWKMi, April 9th, 1889.
Gentlemen: About two years since, while
suffering from a periodical attact of inttamtnatord
rheumatism my attention was called to
your GYPSY OIL, and although afraid that it
would, like other remedies, give me no relief,
1 tried it, and am gratified to say that since its
use I have not only been relieved hut am absolutely
cured. The" public should be apprised
of this wonderful remedy.
W. JAMES HARRISON.
Wild Orange Syrup
Is one of the best medicines known for Chills
and Fever and Intermittent and Remittent
fever or Billions Fever, Periodical Sick Headache
and anything originating from a torpid or
inactive liver. Putup in largo bottles ami sold
fit oiuy ti> cuius.
' SHERIFF*# MALE" ( IfiAR.
Wo have just received another invoice of the
celebrated "Sheriffs Sale Cigars."
SURE DYS-DIAR CURE.
As the season is near at hand when Dysentery
and Diarlnca prevails to considerable extent
we simply announce that we have the best
remedy known to the medical professional.
PATENT MEDICINE*.
Simmons' Liver Regulator.
Radwav's Roady Relief.
Rouniillat's Rlood and Liver Pills.
Swift's Specific or S. S. S.
Warner's Safe C'uro.
Dr. 1). C. Atkinson hits his private office in
the rear room of our Pharmacy.
W. II. ROUM'ILLAT A CO.
G. H. O'LEARY,
DKAI.KJt IN
FURNITURE AM) STOVES.
V LARGE stock of Furniture of all grades
sold in this market at prices that are oouud
to sell. A large line of Stoves and Ranges.
I am handling the celebrated IRON KINO
COOK and all of ('HAS. NOBLE CO'S patterns
and makes of Stoves and Ranges, which
were bought in CAR LOAD LOTS, ami I am
prepared to oiler very low prices for CASH or
GOOD PAPER. A "nice Tin Toilet set for one
dollar and twenty-live cents.
O. II. O'LEARY.
MATTING* ANDCARPETS.
Ql A CANE MATTINO, in and arriv 51
r ing, which must he sold if prices are
my inducements. A nice lino of Carpets,
Window Shades, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths and
every thing to beautify vour homes at
' " G. II. O'LEAHY'S.
.SADDLE* AND HARNESS.
4 o DOZEN Wagon and Plow Collars, 8
Xo dozen Plow Harness, Back Bands, Brilles
of all grades. Saddles and Harness of all
mules verv cheap for reliable hand made work
it ' O. 11. O'LEAHY'S.
IRON SAFE.
A SECOND HAND IRON SAFE just from
A the Factory for sale cheap at
G. II. O'LEAHY'S.
J. W. DOBSON.
THIS WAY FOR HARDWARE.
If Y friends and the public generally will
1X1 bear in mind that I am headquarters for
Hurtlware. Jiuying oniy ursi-ciass goousauu
dlering tlio same at the lowest possible prices,
I am enabled to guaranteesatisfaction. If you
ire in need of a Cross-Cut Saw, call and get the
ireat American. It is the lightest running
mil fastest cutting Saw011 the market.
All numbers of Henry Diss ton A Sons' Hand
Saws.
Carpenters' Tools of every description.
In tact, I can save you money on anything,
from a Carriage Molt to a Chattanooga Cane
Mill.
J. W. DOBSON.
SHI.I. THEY CIO.
VNOTHER lot of MASON'S FRUIT JARS,
which always give satisfaction, to go this
iveek. ('all earl vatid got a supply.
J. \\v. DOBSON.
TINWARE.
\I.OT of TINWARE very cheap at
J. \V. DOBSON'S.
CHATTEL MORTGAGES,
MORTH ACES of Heal Estate, and Titles to
Heal Estate. For sale at the
ENQUIRER OFFICE.
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