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SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS.
? Charleston narrowly escaped a serious calamity the other day by a break in the reservoir of the water works. ? Commissioner Butler has appointed A. E. Gonzales chief clerk in the agricultural department, to succeed L. A. Ransom, resigned. ? The Greenville News is authority for the statement that an English syndicate is trying to purchase the Carolina, Knoxville and" Western road. ? The Columbia Register says that there are now S88 convicts in the penitentiary, and none are employed outside the institution except those on the State farm and * on the canal. ? Miss Rebecca Dalrymple died in Anderson county on Thursday aged ninetynine years. She was born, reared, and had always resided on the plantation where she died. ? The splendid trotting horse Shallcross, belonging to Captain F. W. Wagner, of Charleston, died at Sheepshead Bay track Tuesday night, of acute azaturia. He was 1 -1 3 ..U 1 1 .. 4?4. eleven years oiu, uuu wuiu euauj uui uuder 2:20. ? On Thursday of last week John Welsh, a white man 24 years of age, living near Blenheim, Marlboro county, accidentally cut the large artery in his thigh with a pocket-knife, which caused his death in a few minutes. ? The postal telegraph line has been completed from New York to Birmingham, Ala.; also the branch line from Attalla to \ Anniston. Three offices have been opened in this State, viz.: at Columbia, Can^.den and Cheraw. ? Near Prosperity, Newberry county, on Monday evening, two negroes, Long Bowers and Cal Graham, quarreled over a game of cards, and Bowers shot Graham dead. The ball entered the neck and dislocated it, death ensuing immediately. Bowers fled and has not been captured. ? Robert McDuffie, colored, was committed to Winnsborojail last Thursday, charged with the killing of Wyatt Walker, also colored. It seems in a difficulty McDuffie threw a stone at Walker, striking him on the head, from the effects of which Walker died Tuesday evening. This will make # four murder trials at the approaching term of Fairfield sessions. ? Col. Butler, with other Southern Commissioners of agriculture, has been invited by the president of the New Orleans cotton exchange to be present at the meeting of delegates from the cotton exchanges of Southern cities in New Orleans to-day. The meeting will be held to consider the cotton bagging question, and Col. Butler will attend. ? Collector Webster has taken charge of the office of collector of internal revenue for the district of South Carolina. He has appointed James M. Freeman, colored, deputy collector for the first division, and for the fourth division, which includes the counties of Chester, Fairfield, Sparburg, Union, York and Greenville, he has appointed John P. Scruggs deputy collector, with headquarters at Greenville. ?Says the Pickens Sentinel: Mr. Thad E. Horton, special commissioner from South Carolina to the Universal Exposition at Paris, is doing a good work for the State. He has had prepared a four page circular, descriptive of the State's resources, climate, etc., which may be truly characterized as "multum in parvo." Many tncusanas 01 mese are uany ui?" tributed from the "Palmetto" headquarters. ? Wm. Marshall, of Wadesboro, N. C., the baseball umpire who was struck on the head with a bat at Darlington, by Emil Dargan, in the progress of the game, is not dead, as has been reported, but will probably get well. Since the unfortunate occurrence statements have been published clearly showing that young Dargan acted on the defensive in striking the blow. It is also shown that he is but a sleuder youth of sixteen years, while Marshall, who, it is claimed, was rushing upon him, is a large man. ? Something of a race conflict occurred in the lower section of Laurens county on Thursday between a party of young men and some dozen or more North Carolina negroes. It seems that the negroes threatened a white man and were prevented from doing him bodily injury by the interference of those present. The neighborhood turned out to arrest the negroes who showed fight. Both parties fired, and two negroes were wounded. The negroes fled. They were working for the Georgia, Carolina and Northern railroad in Holshouser's camp, which is now completely deserted. ? Judge Simonton, of the United States district court, has ordered that in no case either in the eastern or western district of South Carolina, will a witness summoned by the government for the defense, be paid his per diem by the United States, unless it shall appear that such witness has testified at the trial and the testimony was material to the issue. If the case be abandoned by the prosecution, either by an entry of nol pros, or by consenting to a verdict of not guilty, or if the court shall instruct the jury to find for the defendant upon the close of the testimony for the prosecution, this rule shall not apply if the witness be present at the trial, and if it shall appear by affidavit that the testimony of such witnesses would have been material if the witnesses had been sworn upon the trial. ? The circuit court of Kershaw is in session, having convened on Monday of last week, Judge Norton presiding. In his charge to the grand jury, the judge spoke of the complaints that have been heard recently about the juries of our State, and he pronounced them unfounded. He said that our jury system was well nigh perfect, and that the system had greatly improved in this respect since his tour over the State as a presiding judge. His experience and observation convinced him of the fact that our juries made fewer mistakes and were freer from bias and prejudice, favoriteism or popular clamor than he had supposed they were when he was a practitioner at the bar. If any complaints are to be made they should be directed not against the jury system or the juries, but against the jury commissioner. There was one murder case for trial. Charles E. Myers, a young white man, a deputy sheriff of Kershaw county, was charged with the killing of James Green, colored. The evidence showed that Deputy Sheriff Myers killed the negro in self-defence. He had a warraut tor the arrest of Green, and when he went to.arrest him, Green pulled his knife out and cut at Myers twice, striking his f" it person both times, whereupon Myers shot Green once, the wound causing death in two days after. The jury deliberated on the case about ten minutes and brought in a verdict of not guilty. lettekItoT union. Correspondence of the Yorkville Enquirer. Union, September 7.?We have had a three weeks' drought, which has done some damage to the cotton. It is raining at this writing, which will help cotton considerably. Hon Ben. Terrell delivered an excellent address here last Wednesday. His speech lasted for over an hour, and was full of sound logic. Immediately after his speech, all were invited to partake of an excellent dinner which had been prepared for the occasion. I learn that while on his way from Spartanburg, Mr. Terrell's horse became frightened, and ran away, and his wife was hurt very much. A great many residences are going up Here uuw. Quite a number of gentlemen from this place went down to see the new railroad yesterday, and report the work as progressing very rapidly. Lewis Wright, the most important witness in the murder case of Mr. W. C. Abernathy, was arrested on the up train last Monday, for cutting a policeman in Columbia. He resisted Policeman May at first, but seeing that he was fooling with the wrong man, went on very quietly to the guard house. He was taken down to Columbia Wednesday, where he now rests ! safely. We have it from good authority that a party of "White Caps," about forty strong, was in town last Wednesday night; butso far, we hear nothing of any work done by j them. w. G. c. ; THE THERMOMETER'S RECORD ! For the "Week Ending September lO-Ob- ! nervations by Mr. J. R. Schorb. ? I . s 5 -3 j DATK. 'Z \ ~- X = G t #?* G ^ G *G j so I m 55 7% ss I Wednesday 4.... ' <>5 I SI 75 75 S7 02 I Thursday 5 \ 08 j 83 77 70 85 05" | Friday 0 00 I 75 ' 74 73 77 04 .23 ' Saturday 7 77 78 74 70 83 09 ..20 j Sunday 8 , 70 ! 80 75 75 85 (>8 i Monday 9 1 05 j 80 74 73 S3 03 ; Tuesday 10 ,j 05 j 84 75 75 84 <K) .... j Mean for week j <58 j 81 75 75 j 83 j 05 ..49 LIST OF LETTERS. The following is a list of the letters remaining in the post office at Yorkville, S. UM for the week ending September 7,1889: Mrs. C. E. Carroll, Harry Counten, Malimla Dixon, E. Goodwin, Dr. J. F. McLuney, Caroline Nichols, Martha Riley, Lena Wright, Mary Young. Persons calling for any of the above letters are requested to mention that they are advertised in The Yorkville Enquirer. W. A. Moore, P. M. Jplarltct |lepor(!i. Cotton Market. YORKVILLE, September 11.?Cotton, 101. CHARLESTON, September 9.--Cotton nominal; middling, 103. LIVERPOOL, September 9.?-Cotton quiet with limited inquiry ; middling, Ojd. NEW YORK, September 9.?Cotton firm; nni?nd?i 113. Futures closed ouiet and steady. with sales of 37,400 bales, as follows : September, 10.60 to 10.67; October, 10.28 to 10.29 ; November, 9.99 to 10;December, 9.90 to 9.91; January, 9.93 to 9.94 ; February, 9.99 to 10; March, 10.06 to 10.07; April, 10.12 to 10.13; May, 10.18 to 10.19 ; June, 10.24 to 10.25. dlpcriai JjtotitfSi. Preaching at Shiloh. There will be preaching at Shiloh Baptist church next Sunday .morning, 15tli instant, at 11 o'clock. V. I. Masters. September 11 37 It Happiness* and Contentment Cannot go hand in hand if we look on the dark side of every little obstacle. Nothing will so darken life and make 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 50 cents by May & May. Chnreh Conference at Union. There will be a church conference at Union Dext Saturday morning, 14th instant, at 11 o'clock. All members are requested to bo present. 11. G. Patrick, Pastor. September 11 37 It Guard against the Strike. And always have a botttle of Acker's English Remedy in the house. You cannot tell how soon croup may strike your little one, or a cold or cough may fasten itself upon you. One dose is a preventive and a few doses a positive cure. All throat and lung troubles yield to its treatment. A Batnple bottle is given you free and the Remedy guaranteed by May & May. His name is R. J. McKinnoy; his residence is Woodbury, Iiill county, Texas ; his statement May, 1889; My little son was cured byS. S. S. of bad sores and ulcers, the result of a general breaking down of his health from fever. He was considered incurable, but two bottles of Swift's Specific brought him out all right. Mr. John Kino, of Jackson, Miss., says that he was cured of rheumatism in his feet and legs by taking Swift's Specific. This was after he had tried many other remedies, both internal and external, and paid many doctor's bills. Swift's Specific has saved me of years of untold misery by relieving a paralysis in my left side. This was after I had been treated by hoai nhvaimana in St. T.ouis and Chicago. The trouble was caused by some derangement of the blood, which has been corrected by S. S. S. T. A. Siieppart, Sherman, Texas. B. 0. Gielett, of Purdy, Mo., says Swift's Specitic cured him of Eczema on his limbs and body. He took only two small bottles. We Can and Do Guarantee Acker's Blood Elixir for itbas been fully demonstrated to the people of this couutry that it is superior to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphyalitic poisoning, ulcers, eruptions and pimples. It purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds up the constitution. Sold by May & May. A Woman's Discovery. "Another wonderful discovery has been made and that, too, by a lady in this county. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she j coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She : bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Medical' Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking the first dose that she slept all night, and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus write W. C. Hamrick <fc Co., of Shelby, N. C. Get a trial bottle at Lowry <ft Starr's Drug Store. The Verdict. Unanimous. W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testifies: I "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best romedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every instance. One man took six bottles, and was cured of Rheumatism of 10 years' standing." Abraham Hare, Druggist, Bell- j ville, Ohio, affirms: "The best selling medicine I have ever handled in my twenty years' experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that the verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Ouly a half dollar a bottle at Lowry & Starr's Drug Store. Bncklen's Arnica Salve. The best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tettor, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptioes, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Lowry & Starr. A Child Killed. ~~ Another child killed by the use of opiates given in the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly poison is surprising when they can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Acker's Baby Soother. It contains 110 Opium or Morphine. Sold by May & May. "Ckipmaii'tt Liver 1*111*** Are prepared especially as a family medicine, and their merit is clearly demonstrated whereover they are introduced. They euro sickheadache, invigorate the liver and regulate the bowels. A single trial is sufficient to secure for them your confidence. Sold by Lowry tfr Starr. MayS 19 ly A Healthy Growth. Acker's Blood Elixir has gained a firm hold on the American people and is acknowledged to bo superior to all other preparations. It is a positive cure for all Blood and Skin Diseases. The medical fraternity endorse and prescribe it. Guaranteed and s'old by May <fe May. \ PBITUARY. Dypti)?IrMinUoek's Creek township, on July 21,1889, Mrs. SXRAH L. CLARK, in the seventy-third year of her age. Near Clover, August 3rd, 1889, of fever, MATTIE B. ADAMS, daughter of Mr. W. E. and Mrs. Sarah C. Adams, aged 11 years. In Yorkville, on Sunday morning last, aged about 14 months, "LITTLE JIM," the only, the beautiful, the spotless babe of James J. and Wilma K. Bowen. "His hands are cold, his face is white; No more his pulses come and go ; His eyes are shut to life and light; We fold the white vesture snow on snow? And lay him whero the violets blow. If any o'er his llowor-decked tomb Should ask, what mortal lies below ? Say only this: A tender bud That tried to blossom in the snow Lies withered whero the violets blow. With the spotless, God his kingdom fills, With such the blessed fields o'erliow; Set free from earthly pains and ills They to the Saviour's bosom go, And rest whero Heavenly violets blow." * LAND FOR SALE. ONE tract of land containing 440 JPSSKggSm ACRES, one half mile from Brattonsville, known as tho "Marv E. Williamson plantation. Ono tract of BLACK JACK LAND, ono mile from Smith's Turnout, containing 102 ACRES. Terms ono half cash. Apply to ERNEST LOWRY. September 11 37 tf LAND FOR SALE. A FINE PLANTATION near THE THREE C'S RAILROAD, containing 2f)0 ACRES. Any ono wanting ono among the best PLANTATIONS in the county, would do well to apply to B. C. PRESSLEY, Fodder, York county, S. C. September 41 37 tf THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, York Couuty. WHEREAS SAM'L M. BOYD has applied to mo for Lottors of Administration on all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of W. B. BOYD, lato of the county aforesaid, deceased. These aro, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of tho said deceased, to bo and appear before mo, at our next Probate Court for said county, to bo hohlen at York Court House, on WEDNESDAY, 25TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. I)., l.Stii), at 12 o'clock M., to show cause, if any, why the said Administration should not be granted, (jiiven under my hand and seal, this 10th day of September, in* tho yearof our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and eiglity-nino, and in the 114th year of American Independence. W. H. McCORKLE, l'robato .1 udge. September 11 37 2t 500 GEESE WANTED. ON NEXT SATURDAY, 14th instant, I want FIVE HUNDRED WELL-FEATHEREI) GEESE delivered to me in Yorkville. The highest market prico will bo paid. S. A. McELWEE. September 11 37 It* S. M. McXEEIi. NEW BUSINESS^ ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH, I will commence a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS, except for BAGGING AND TIES, until the FIRST OF JANUARY, 181)0, only, when I hope to be able to meet ' Any Competition in the Credit Line, TO THE PROMPT PAYING TRADE. I have placed my orders for a splendid line of FALL AND WINTER GOODS,and will most assuredly give my customers good GOODS AT LOWEST LIVING PRICES. I shall and will not be UNDERSOLD BY ' ANY HOUSE in this or any other market, i know, for a fact, that i I Can Buy Goods as Close as Any House, And I shall certainly put up with as SMALL I A PROFIT as any one. So remember that my 1 goods will be Marked at Close Cnt Prices. S. M. McNEEL. September 11 37 tf W7 C. LATIMER. WE MEET ALL PRICES Under any and All Circumstances ! IS THE ABOVE TO THE POINT? If It Is, We Will See What We Can Do for You Below. A PRIVATE LETTER WHICH EXPLAINS ITSELF! THE first three lines of this advertisement are calculated to cause whisperings among my brethern of the yardstick who are imbued with the "Cash system of doing business." They may s&y that wo can't back that statement in a substantial form. We do not question their right to say what they please about the "said lines," for they have the same right to ventilate their business ideas in these col umn that we have ; but th&so words have been printed and Can Never be Recalled, For during the coming week The Enquirer will spread them among its very large number of intelligent and appreciative readers, who we know will carefully weigh them in the great scales of truth, and come to the conclusion that we could not afford to say these IQinga, II lueY wuro nut biuc, iii ? pnpci ui vi.v, character and circulation of Titk Yorkvilee Enquirer. Don't doubt ua till you have a right to. Then you can talk about ua and doubt ua as much as you please. Don't doubt the truth of theso advertisements on tho opinion of an enemy. Road this. Wo have said in our advertising apaco in the Enquirer that we were "Bettor prepared to conduct an economical business than any one wo know of." This, No Doubt, Sounded Very Funny To a great many disbelievers in our methods of doing business; but it is true "just the same." Now see if wo can make ourselves understood by the following: We livo in and conduct our several businesses under one roof, which is worthAs a Dwelling house $150 As a Dry Goods room 200 As a Millinery store 125 As a Dress Making room properly fitted with conveniences 150 Asa Grocery store 150 Total $775 The above figures are placed low, so that people may not say that wo over estimatod our advantages from a financial standpoint, to say nothing of the conveniences derived and the ability to conduct an ecomical business. TTT. CU___ 1,.. A.,,. I w (3 oiay vy uur dumucss From sunrise to tho large hours of the night, and we constantly have our patrons' wants before us j and with our years of experience and judgment in buying we do not yield the palm to any one. Our reputation for first-class merchandise dates far into the past, and this year's display shall lack in nothing of coming up to our former efforts, and the very best goods at tho lowest prices, together with all the latest novelties of the season, will fill tho counters and pack theshelves at the BAZAAR. In Dress Goods we are acknowledged to be heudquarters for this section, and while we haye been unable to show anything in new shades, it is because there is nothing new out yet, nor will there bo before the loth of September. No New Importations, New York, August 31st, 1K89. Mr. W. C. Latimer, Yorkvillo, S. C.?Dear Sir: "There is nothing new in Now York in the way of Dress Goods. Mrs. Taylor is yet in Paris and thero are only a few designs before tho public. The Fall goods will bo late and no openings will bo hold before September 16th. Yours Respectfully, Eleanor A. Siiires. The above note explains itself, and if you would bo in the fashion, wait till our stock arrives and make your selections, for we will buy no Dress Goods TILL THE OPENINGS ARE OVER. Bear In Mind That PROMPT PAYMENT IS ESSENTIAL TO A GOOD CREDIT, and a good credit is worth money to you at tho BAZAAR. We ropoat the announcement that we made in tho Spring that we will furnish conveyance from the Charleston, Cincinnati and Chicago dopot to our store and return, free of charge, provided we are previously notified by postal card. We have the carriage, and if you will notify us it will be at your service. Respectfully, W. C. LATIMER, Proprietor of the Bazaar. THE MOST COMPLETE assortment of FURNITURE in York and Choster counties can be found at CREIGHTON, SIIERFESEE it CO.'S, Rock Ilill, S. C. M. & II. C. STRAUSS. CASH vs. CREDIT. NO doubt that responsible and prompt paying customers can buy goods on time at reasonable prices, but no one can sell as low on credit as they cau for SPOT CASH. Ono has to wait for his money from 0 to !l months and longer; thorefore, he has to make his profits at once. The other takes a very small profit but ho turns his capital over three or four times, and, in the end, ho is sure of what he has inado, and sells his goods considerably cheaper. We buy and sell only for cash, and through our experience we know how and where to buy at the lowest prices, and our customers will have the bonelit, as wo are satisfied with a very s nail profit. Come and convince yourselves. The One-Price Cash Store and that the cheapest. BRIDGE CONTRACT TO LET. OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OK YORK COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA. 'VTOTICE is hereby given that the COUNTY i^| COMMISSIONER of the section in which tlie samo is situated, will attend at the BRIDGE OVER CLARK'S FORK CREEK, on the Adair's Ferrv Road, on THURSDAY, THE KITH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 18811, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to let out the contract for REPAIRING or REBUILDING the said Bridge. By order of the Board of County Commissioners of York county, South Carolina. 1). E. FIN LEY, Clerk of Board September 4 3(1 3t LAND ! LAN D U LANI) !! ! WHY NOT OWN A PLANTAjESBSBifc TION ? I have a number of planMlm&SiElX. tations which I will sell very cheap for cash, or on the instalment plan. Qno sixth cash?balance on one, two three, four and live years' time. Apply to, or address, \\ . L. RODDEY, Rock Hill, S. C. August 21 34 Kt iMUt GOOD HARNESS, Cheap. Como J1 to CREKiHTON, SIIERFESEEA CO.'S, Rock Hill, S. C. LAND FOR SALE. A GOOD PLANTATION, near Bowling /V Green, on the Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge Railroad, containing 330 ACRES. A good general purpose farm, fine cotton land, well watered, healthy location, good water, etc. For full particulars, apply to J. A. WATSON, Yorkville, S. C. September 4 30 2t C. K. SI'KNOKU, N. W. HARDIN, Yorkville, S. C. Black's S. C. SPENCER d HARDIN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BLACK'S, S. C. WE make a specialty of collections. All liusinoss entrusted to us will bo given l>rompt and careful attention. A. Y. CAKTWRIGIIT. WM, M. ALLISON. A. Y. CARTWRIGHT & CO. IN THE METROPOLIS Our Mr. Allison is in the IMorthern Markets BUYING FALL AND WINTER GOODS. THE N. Y. RACKET Proposes to Open a Branch House at Hickory Grove. LAST Monday morning, our Mr. Allison loft, for the Northern markets in order that the Novelties and Notions of the season could be bought up to the present writing, and to make arrangements with the view to opening a Racket Store at Hickory Grove. This store will be opened in a very short while, and it will sell goods at prices that has always characterized the Racket store from the old line stores of the past. Our Branch House will turn Western York topsy turvy, and it will accommodate the people in that section in many ways ; it will carry a full and complete line of goods in every departmental the lowest Racket prices. OUR DRESS GOODS Aud all of our Staple Dry Goods are in the store rcadv for the trade, and if you want anything in this line remember that the "Pioneer" is the place to get it. Our stock is larger than it ever was before, excepting in the Notion and Novelty departments, which will be filled to overflowing just as soon as Mr. Allison can ship them from the North. Our prices are low, and it is our intention to "Turn-the Tiger loose." Lookout. BLANKETS FOR $1.00. The grade of Blankets that we offered last yoar for ?1.30 we are now offering at the small sum of ^1.00. Wo only have a limited supply, and prompt action is advisable in the prem.sises. Remember that wo are going to get move on us. The people have "caught on" our Trunk Sale with a vengeance, and it looks like they will go in short order. Wo, however, have a large number on hand, and if you will "get a move on you," you might yet get a Trunk at a very small price. Trunks at from 50 cents up. Umbrellas from 45 ('ents to $2.75. We believe that we have the cheapest and bestlotofUmbrollas ever brought to York ville, and if you need anything in this lino now is the time and the New York Racket istho place to get it. Mr. JAMES F. GLENN Has accepted a position in our storo, and ho will be glad to meet his many friends, who desire merchandise in our liuo. Ho will give them his host attention and sell them goods as cheap as they can bo bought, at retail, anywhere in the world. Embroideries in Abundar.ee. Our stock of Embroideries, which came in a few days ago, is exquisitely beautiful and our prices are lower than ever. The "Racket" of the Past will Evolve into a Rambling Noise, And its bargains will be forced into the homes of thousands of York county yeomanry to the utter amazement and consternation of our fellow merchants throughout the length and breadth of this county. Come quick and mako your selection before it is too late. The "Racket's" Pnrpose. The Pioneer proposes to cloan out its shelves; and if prices will do it, it will be done in short order. Every article is to be a bargain. Prices of the past will not be 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; for we are only offering bargains and that is all we care to sell. A. Y. CARTWRIGHT CO., Proprietors. New York Office, 4GG Broadway. MRS. T. M. ROBSOX. DOBSON'S RACKET STORE. TfcOBSON'S RACKET STORE will bo reproI f senlod in New York by Mr. T. M. DOBSON, known as tho "Old Chap." Before you soe the news in The Enquirer, ho will bo In the Midst ot hashion, Selecting goods for my Huckot Store. His long experience in businoss as a Morehant is guarantee enough to know that he will buy goods that will CAUSE QUITE A RACKET Among his competitors, in prices. Ho certainly will purchase a stock of NICE GOODS as well as RACKET GOODS. My little Racket Store has grown so fast in the past few months that I hardly know how much to buy. My racket has caused a big stir among my competitors to know how I can sell goodsso cheap, and Where I Get Such Bargains To oiler. It'is very easily accounted for. My Now York man visits all tho Auction and SheritUs Sales, and wheuovor anything goes below valuo ho picks it up and sends it to mo. SEE WHAT HE DID FOR ME This week?shippod mof>00 pounds ot Arm and Hammer Brand Soda, in pound packngos, so low that I can soil it to my friends at 5 cents per pound cheaper than it ev^r has boon known in York county. I can toll you It Is Making a Big Racket. Soda at 5 cents, Blueing at 1 cont, Blacking at 1 cent, Hand Soap at 1 cont. Nothing like it in Yorkvilio. Nothing like it ever was known in old York before. Now, is not this a big racket when I save you all ONE HUNDRED PER CENT ? And not on this only. I am soiling the largest and best Plug of Tobacco in Yorkyille, called tho "Racket Tobacco," at 5 cents at a plug, ever seon in Yorkvillo at that prico. Call at DOBSON'S for "Racket Tobacco." These arc only a few loading articles. MILLINERY! MILLINERY!! MISS KEENK is now North buying my stock of MILLINERY, which for boauty and cheapness, will not bo surpassed in York. She cortiiinly will cnuso a big racket in Yorkvillo. The only RACKET MILLINERY STORE in Yorkvillo. The Great Cash Bugaboo Will make old credit prices tremble in their boots. Think of it! Millinery at Racket prices, and that as nice as over was seen in Yorkvillo. Everybody in York county has soon or hoard of Miss KEENE'S good taste and nioo work. This Will Be Her 10th Year With us in Yorkvillo. Sho will arrive betweon the lath and 20th of this month. Don't fail to call and soo her nice selection of goods at DOHSdN'S RACKET STORE. Mrs. T. M. DORSON, Proprietor. WITHERS ADICKES. REDUCED IW PRICE. FRUIT JARS, both one and two quarts, each reduced 25 cents por dozen. Remember theso are tho old reliable Mason's, and while they have advanced in the wholesale markets, wewishjto disposo of about 40 dozen on hand at reduced prices. Our Jelly Tumblers are better size and quality than usual. Our porcelained Kettles arc free from motalic decomposition and subsequent filth and often poisoning. Seeds which should be sown now: Rye. Barley, Rod Sapling Clover and other Grass Seeds, Red Oats, which are cheaper than they will be later. Turnip and other Seeds. Our stock is always kept full and complete, but we are now receiving lots of new goods in our various lines. We are still paying special attention to Hardware, and certainly believe that wo can and will save you money in prices and quality of such goods. Wholesale Gunpowder. Wo aro agents hero for the celebrated DuPont, which stands at the top for quality. We sell to merchants as low as they can buy the same anywhere in the United States, thus saving freight, drayage, etc. We have a second grade which can bo retailed at 25 cents. Kegs of 25 pounds, half-kegs of 12 pounds, and quarter-kegs of 0 pounds. Come and got the DuPont. Shot, Loaded Shells and all sorts of Ammunition. Pure Groceries. Don't forgot that our Ivory is 100 per cent, hog's Lard. We keep tho cheap Lard for those who will have it. Our best Hams are the cheapest in thoend. Sugars and Colfees as low as the lowest. Remember us for Teas. There is lots of hnmbiKT in Tnns and wnhnv nnlv from rnlia ble parties. Rice is 5 to 8i cents. Grits, the best only, and fresh every fewdays, at only 3J cents. Fresh Cheese and Goshen Butter. Crockery, Glass, Woodon, Willow- and Tin- 1 ware in every shape and at prices as low as the lowestCOUNTRY PRODUCE.?Everything bought from Rags up. We swap Rags for Wrapping Paper and can save merchants money in same. Look into the matter. Yours truly, WITHERS ADICKES. Do you need any kind of MACHINERY ? Then come to, or write us for figures. CREIGIITON, S1IERFESEE & CO., Rock Hill, S. C. W. H. ROUMILLAT & GO'S. PHARMACY. wild orange syrup. WE have just received another lot of WILI) ORANGE SYRUP, which is a splendid remedy for CI? Is and Fever and this is season to buy it. W. II. ROUMILLAT A CO. "sheriff's s ale'mji gars. iF you wish a delightful smoke, call at ROUMILLAT'S PHARMACY, in the Allison Block, and try a "SberifFs Sale" Cigar. \V. II. ROUMILLAT A CO. drugs and chemicals. GO to ROUMILLAT'S PHARMACY FOR Pure Drugs and Chemicals. gypsy oil. "" IF you aro suffering from Rheumatism or Sprains of any kind, go to ROUMILLAT'S PHARMACY, in tlio Allison Block, and buy yourself a bottle of GYPSY OIL and cure yourself. Only 25 cent per bottle. diamond dyes. IF you need Diamond Dyes, go the Allison Block and buy them. condensed milk. WE are offering the standard brands of CONDENSED MILK, at 20 cents por can. W. II. ROUMILLAT A CO. "soapsT |"4UR stock of TOILET SOAPS is large and complete ana our prices very low. W. H. ROUMILLAT & CO. I?ATENT IIE DKIXES. WHEN you wnnt PATENT MEDICINES of any kind, go to ROUMILLAT'S PHARMACY in the Allison Building. KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON. GONE NORTH. OUR BUYER, Mr. WM. M. KENNEDY, is in the North buying our Full stock. For the Next Thirty Days Wo will give EXTRA BARGAINS on all goods on hands, for our present stock MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT ALL HAZARDS in tho NEXT THIRTY DAYS to make room for our Winter Goods. ivuniuiii uur umt ? u mean just* v> uai/ vru aaJ t and if you can find anything in our stock that you may need, it will be sold at a bargain. YETCH. "And such milk, its sweetness is unrivaled, and if any plant under tho sun will produce fine color and flavor in butter in January and February, VETCH will down it?no stock of any kind that is not fond of it. I have often cuttwoor three tons per aero. Simplest grass grown and one of tho easiest to got rid of. It is an annual, ripening its seods in April till June."?[Extract from tho Farm and 1? iresido department of tho Yorkvillo Enquirer. VETCH SEED forsaloat KENNEDY BROS, it BARRON'S. Also Clover and Lucerne. COFFINS, CASKETS, AC. A FULL assortment of tho above always on hand. Orders attended to dav or night. CREIGIITON, SIIERFESEE it. CO., Rock Hill, S. O. J.W. DOHSON. WANTED. Af\ AAA BUNDLES of good FODDER. lljjuuo j. w. dobson. CLOVER SEEI>7 A LOT of FRESH CLOVER SEED at J. W. DOBSON'S cheap store. RYE AND OAT SEED. RYE and PURE OAT SEED, at J. VV. DOBSON'S. DON'T FORGET THAT wo sell tho best CANE MILL and patent STEEL EVAPORATOR on tho market. Call and examine bofore buying. J. W. DOBSON. ROLAND CHILL PLOWS. ONE, TWO and THREE 1IOKME. The best and cheapest Plow sold. Call and get prices. Repairs of all kinds for the sanio always on hand. J. W. DOBSON. DO YOU WANT A GENUINE COLUMBUS BUGGY? Then come to headquarters for York and Chester counties. CREIGHTON, SIIERFESEE A CO., Rock (Jill, S. C. HUNTERSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, For Boys and Girls, WILL open on TUESDAY, the 17th day of SEPTEMBER, 1889. Large two-story brick building? one of the best High School buildings in the State. Six recitation rooms and a large hall well furnished for Concert and Commencement purposes. Six teachers?three malo and three femaleall well qualified both by special training and practical experience for doing first-class work. The following departments are thoroughly organized, and each iu charge of a specialist: . PREPARATORY, CLASSICAL, MUSICAL, ART ANI) BUSINESS. Two well organized Debating Societies? AGOREAN and CASTILIAN?in which students debate once every week. Students prepared not only for the Freshman, but Sophomore or Junior class of any College. Send for new Catalogue of 1888-9, giving full particulars, to Rev. W. W. OUR, A. M.t President, Iluntersville, Mecklenburg Co., N. C. July 31 30 2ni DUE WEST FEMALE COLLGUE, OPENS OCTOBER 7th, 1880. Full I corps ol" accomplished and expe- j rieticed teachers. Located in one of TjTjF the prettiest towns in the Piedmont region. Splendid advantages in Art, Music and Literary departments. Moral tono of community and school all that could be desired. Three hundred and ninety-three graduates. Hoard, with rogular tuition for the year, ?105.00. For Catalogue, Address, Mrs. L. M. BONNER, Principal, or II. E. BONNER, Vice-Principal, Duo West, S. C. July 17 20 tf 1:KSKI\K t OLLEtiE, Duo "West, S. C. # PASSED ITS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY. Location healthful ? in the Piedmont region. Best moral j and religious intluences. All neces- J sary exponsos ?H>">. Opons OCTO- | BER 7TH. Regular college curriculum. Send for Catalogue to W. M. CRIER, i August 21 31 It 1 | ?^M^Y Ac JVE YY, ^ ZK DRUGGISTS. NEW GOODS!; New Goods !! tfEW GOODS!!! WE have just received a large stock of (' WAMPOLE'S CELEBRATED PREPARATION, among which is WAM POLE'S PROMO CAFFEIN for Sick Headache. Neuralgia and Mental Exhaustion. H ; We also have a largo stock of WAMPOLE'S , CELEBRATED COD LIVER OIL, which is entirely tasteless and is a great boon to parties j with CONSUMPTION or WEAK LUNGS. Also a largo shipment of G | ffAMPOLE'S PIE EXTRACT IF MALT, P Which is unquestionably one of the best rem- t, edies known for INDIGESTION or MAL NU- j" TRITION, and we are prepared to furnish it p | in nice size bottles at only 25 cents! HYDROID ACID Is the name of WAMPOLE'S NEW PRE PA- tl TION, which is highly recommended and endorsed as an absolute specific for unsightly SORES AND ULCERS OF LONG STAND- " ING, and especially where the patient is a vie- 1 tim of improperly used mercury, or is a sufler- J or from mercurial poisons. it Also a large stock of C WAMPOLE'S HYPOPHOSPHITES, Which hits the endorsement of eminent physicians, as an unrivaled preparation for NERVOUS PROSTRATION and SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS, and has effected cures where the most reputable remedies have failed. Last, hut by no means the least, of WAMPOLE'S CELEBRATED REMEDIES, is one for Chapped Hands, Chapped Lips, all kinds of Scratches and Bruises, and which is sold at the small sum of 10 cents per package. Call and see WAMPOLE'S GOODS, kopt only by MAY A MAY and are all guaranteed. A large stock of Acker's Celebrated Remedies, An advertisement of which appears in another -1 -? At.:.. t.~ IV. 1 Xf A V 9. column ui hum p?i[iui, cmi uu luuim nt avwy x t*, MAY'S. SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURIO (tan bo found in MAY ?fc MAY'S tremendous stock of medicines. It is a splendid rcmody for COUGHS, COLDS AND CONSUMPTION, And itsliould find its way into every housohold | as a ready remedy for theso diseases. 2a and AO cents. Guaranteed l>y us. P A largo stock of Ayer's preparations on ^ band, and his Ague Cure is a specific for Chills. A large stock of Throe R's and j*. Three S's i On hands. Every one knows their valuo as }' blood remedies. i| A largo stock of lodiu, Iiromidia and Cele- C rina, and all the goods made by RATTLE A COMPANY. G A large and complete assortment of all kinds ri and qualities of "|J? ? T G such as Ayer's Tutt's, Cook's J_ JLIiJUia Schenck's, In- " dian Root, Radway's, Hall's, Hamlin's, Rile u Beans, Strongs, and a thousand and one other kinds. FINE PERFUMERIES ? In any quantity. In fact wo havo the larg- ^ est, most select and thoroughly aristocratic y lino of Perfumeries and Extracts over shown G to the good people of York county. This lino f< of Perfumeries contains some of tho most delicato odors known. Call and examine them, v" We aro headquarters for Colognes, Hair Oil, Tooth Brushes and Powders, and tho celebrated FELT TOOTH POLISHER, which is endorsed by dentists all over the world. h Morphine and Opium in any quantity. E Paints, Oils, Putty, Glass, Sulphur, Borax, tl Potash and everything kept in a first class n Drug Store can bo found at MAY & MAY'S. f' __y A BE VOI' TO HARRV THIS D A FALL ? Then come to U9 for vour Fur- I niture. CREIOIITON, SHERFESEE & CO., r< Rook Hill, S. C. THE CAROLINA BUGGY 00., YORKVIIiLE, S. C. ij MIPS ARE 10VIIML BLAST!" FJN1IE shops of (ho CAROLINA DUCHY CO. are now in full blast, anil its Repositories are filled with all grades and styles of VEHICLES, J They are Selling Lots of Work Now, Hut they havo to soil it, and thoy ask every ono who has any idea of buying a vehicle to INSPECT ITS STOCK BEFORE 111! VINO ELSEWHERE. They Can and Will Make it Pay p PARTIES AT A DISTANCE TO BUY HOODS OF TIIEM. Thoy carry a full line of CARRIAliE AiNJJ firt i'wi.r.K i iiahw- ,.] WAKK, LAP IlOP.ICS, WHIPS, ILMBREL- r LAS and HARNESS. (iivo them a call and savo money. Yours Respectfully, el CAROLINA HUfRiY CO. ai 1 .. 1 ^ WIC <'.1IST SIl'PLY you with anything in the lineol" MACHINERY, from a Set j Screw to a Steam Engine. J CREIOHTOX, SIIEREESEE A CO., 1 Rock Hill,S. C. RINGS AND PINS. IX addition to repairing Watches and Clocks, I desire to inform the public that I am prepared to REPAIR JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION in a workmanlike manner, and persons who have RINOS, PINS, Etc., that are useless in consequence of their being broken, will find that they will be as good anil strong as when new, if they will bring them in and let mo repair them. 1 am also prepared to REPAIR SILVER AND PLATED WARE in first-class stylo. I If you have an OLD WATCH that has been I out of use for years, and would like to have it as put in first-class order, bring it in and I will a* fix it up for you. Don't imagine that because at some one has told you that itain't worth fixing s* or can't be fixed, that the statement is true. I at guarantee my work. HENRY FORD, ! w Near Exchange Bank, j g' TMMt BU??IES. "pil.KTOSS "or SUK | ni I1 REYS, call at (i CREIGIITON, SIIEREESEE A OO.'S, Rock Hill, S. C. Q COFFINS, CASKETS AN 11181. T Remember that wo aro iieadquar- j w TERS for the above goods. Wo keep up | . with the times in all tho styles, and I bl ? n ! .... 1 ni uur races ami terms 1 a I ARE AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Parties j C wanting line goods in CASKETS will do ! well with usus wo are overstocked and will sell : j] them at greatly reduced prices. Burial Itobes ' a, are growing more and more popular. Respect- 0j fully, W. B. MOORE A CO. j u, MUSIC LESSONS. j ?' MISS ZORATDA INGOLD respoctfully of- so fers her services, at her residence, as in TEACHER OF MUSIC ON THE PIANO fn or ORGAN. Pupils received at any time. System thorough and practical. Prices reason- 01 able, and furnished on application. , II. F. ADICKES SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! IMTKaro showing the largest stock, greatest f f variety and lowest prieoson SHOKS in lis market. Look to your interest and call and see our hoes. DRY GOODS. We are making specially low prices on all inds of DRY (JOODS to close Summer stock. Staple Dry Goods. A largo stock of all kinds of STAl'LK DRY IOODS, at the very lowest known prices. | HITS. I Men's and Roys' IIATS of every description j heap. BOOKS. i BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL ! nd MISC'KLLANKOUS BOOKS. DRE^ GOODS. We have a largo stock of choice DRESS OODS, in a great variety of styles, at oloso rices. Our Millinery Store i full of Seasonable Novelties, and our MILiINER is on hand and ready to sell you at very )\v prices. SETTLE EARLY. Remember your ACCOUNT and call and sete early. II. F. ADICKES. I AO YOU WANT your BUGGY or CARLI RIAGK REPAIRED? The place to have done is at OREIGHTON, SIIERFESEE A O.'S, Rock Hill, S. C. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND ELECTROPLATE. [? P. A DICK ES bus now on hand a choico LJL selection of WATCHES of nil kinds and rices to suit all customers. Watches from a 2.00 Waterbury to a ?100.00 Elgin movement. Jl intending buyers should call on us and seo ur well selected stock?all selected by apraccal man who understands his business, and an, therefore, warrant all Watches sold by im as good, sound, reliable Watches. See our good Coin Silver Workingman's t'atch, fine Elgin movement, all the latest nprovements, warranted two years, ?25.00. heap. A beautiful present for a lady is our ?40.00 (OLD WATCH, warranted solid Gold Case, eliable time keopor, warrantod twovoars. We have a good ?5.00 WATCH, good white letal case, stands like real silver, good movolontaiul lit for hard work. TO FARMERS. Money saved is money earned. Now is tho me to make money. Buy one of our ?2.00 iLARM CLOCKS, which will pay for itself in todays, by enabling you to get up and see our hands oil' to work by sun up. These locks can be set for any hour. Useful Clocks ir Winter time. Warranted. Call and see our BRACKET CLOCKS from 1.50 to ?9.50. REPAIRING DEPARTMENT, All who have any Watches or Clocks in their ouses doing no good, send or bring them in for REPAIRS. We keep a first-class workman on le premises, and all work done by him is warinted. Clocks fixed in good running order rom 50 cents upward. Now is the time to have our Clocks and Watches REPAIRED. All kinds of SCISSORS and SHEARS reaired and sharpened equal to new. All kinds of ELECTROPLATE cleaned and spaircd. Note the address, II. F. ADICKES, Yorkville, S. C. nA YftIT IV1\T a one two or four-horse LP WAGON? Studebaker's are the best, hey can bo had at CREIGHTON, SIIERFESEE & CO.'S, Rock Hill, S. C. R. B. LOWRY. TO THE FARMERS. IF vou want to lmv a GOOD PAIR OF L SHOES FOR EIGHTY CENTS call on iOH LOWRY. Gents' Oil Grain Shoes?Every Pair warrantil. J ijitlies' Shoes from Ninety Cents to Two Dollars. Call and see them. Ladies' Shoes worth one ollar and seventy-live cents, at ONE DOLLAR lNI? TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ! Wool JSliiit* rom Seventy-live cents and upwards. Gents' rnlanndried Shirts at FIFTY CENTS ! JEANS. Call and examine my prices on JEANS, hey will surprisoyon. Bleaoliiiijc. I have a nice lino of Pleached Goods at from vo cents a vard up. Call and sco our SATINES AT 10 CENTS ER YARD. GROCERIES. I keep everything generally kept in a firstlass Grocery. Good Coll'ee at SIX POUNDS >r one dollar. Mackerel. - i l liavejust recciveu ;i iiuw suppij m i..?. and W'hito Fish. Tlioy are nice and cheap. My stock of Canned Hoods is complete. Call id seo mo near tho C. A L. Depot. It. 15. LOWRY. lOIl CHEAP FURNITURE of all kinds, ; come to CKKKtHTON, SllERFESEE A D.'S, Itoek Hill, S. C. REMEMBER THE DEAD. T has been our privilege during the past few months to manufacture and erect some i nice MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES i can be made anywhere in tho South, and present we have in course of consrruction weral Monuments which will be furnished a much lower price than tho same quality of ork could be bought at the north, besides the eat saving in freight. At present we have on hand a large assortent of imported and domestic MARBLE and RANITE among which is a beantful COTCH GRANITE OBELISK Ii;it will silently tell for centuries to come hoso dust rests beneath its massive base. It might bo well to say that Scotch Granite unaffected by the weather and that in Scotnd it has stood for centuries intact without a leuiish on its polished faces. Besides this Scotch Granite Oblelisk I have beautiful I0MBINATI0N MONUMENT lade of tho celebrated ITALIAN MARBLE id this world renown SCOTCH GRANITE, ther of which would be an apppropriat 1110lorial of an affection mother, a beloved wife, a devoted husband. Bosidestho above I have on hand a largo asirtment of smallor TOMBSTONES designed i Italian and American Marble that can bo irnished at very reasonable prices. For further information and prices writo to call on FRANK IIAPPERFIELl). Proprietor of York Marblo Works. FREW BROTHERS, ROCK HILL. S. C. ONWARD, MARCH! Xi:W EMTKKPRIMK!! Our JIagie City Demands a One Price Cash Store, an<l We have Decided to Open It. ON SEPTEMBER 10TH wo will make a change in our business, and desire to express our grateful appreciation of the very Kind patronage bestowed upon our House in the past, and in making this change it is done for the benefit of the people as well as ourselves. To save money is the wish of every person, but to do this they must have the cash to pay down for what goods they buy. Now, at the beginning, we do not doubt the credit of any one, but our business in the future will be conducted on a strictly cash basis. Everybody will be treated alike. What has the credit system done for our country? There is no use for us to answer this question, as it is known by all. Ask yourselves the question where can goods be bought the cheapest?from a store that sells on credit or one that sells exclusively for cash? Having no bad debts for you to help to pay, that is the whole business. What are the Alliance people doing? Read a few words taken from President Stackhouse's address before the State Alliance Assembled at Columbia in July. "I may be pardoned for saying that every feature that savors of the credit system should be excluded. The abuse of the credit system is an evil of such magnitude as to demand its abandonment. Our elforts thus far have been directed to the improvement of this system, and these ell'orts, I am satisfied, aro mutually beneficial to both the debtor and creditor classes. But in tho establishment of the State agency, which is designed to be a permanent fixture, it should be done on a correct system, the only correct system, a cash system." That is the way to talk it. Our people have not been accustomed to paying cash for their goods, and it might be a little odd for some at the beginning; but all they will have to do is to give it a trial and they will never want to go back to the old credit way. Where is a family that can't live on much less, when they pay cash down for everything they buy, and why not adopt that rule, to buy nothing unless you pay the money down, and you aro sure of success. This wonderful revolution will be of more value than dollars. It is a revolution in favorof the poor, of the needy, of the well-to-do, and the rich, of all kinds and conditions of men. We do not expect to confiue ourselves to any particular lino of goods, and will sell all at their cash value, thereby saving the purchasers money. This is an age of progress, and the cash system wo believe to be the true basis of all business. The bargains we will offer will be a surprise to the closest buyers. Just think back ten years ago, what if our farmers would have paid cash foroyery dollar's worth they bougbtupto this time, this would have been a glorious country; but how do things stand to-day ? A great many will say, at this late day, how can we pay cash when we have no money ? All! but tilings have changed in that way, at least. What are the two Hanks and Building and Loan Associations established in Rock Hill for? Why, nothing else but to loan money ; and when you have it, make it go just as far as you possibly can. It makes no aifl'erenco to you where you buy your goods, so you get what you want, and at the right prices. But to do this, you must have that great lever in hand, "THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR." AfterSEPTEMBER 14TH, NOTHING WILL BE CHARGED TO ANY ONE. Our Store will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, SEPTEMBER Kith and 17th, in order to mark down our stock THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT will be continued under the able management of Miss ELLA TOLLINGER, with increased assistance and a much larger and varied assortment of all the latest designs and fashions. This is a plain statement of facts, briefly outlined, showing the course and policy by which the new business will be conducted. We will have buyers in Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, who will always be on the lookout for bargains, and when any article is going below its value, they have instructions to take them in for us. Remember, all goods will be marked in plain figures. We will have but one price and that the lowest. FREW BROTHERS, Rock Hill, S. C. Headquarters, New York City. TkO YOU WANT TO BUY a SEWING 1J MACHINE, or have yours REPAIRED? Then come to CREIGHTON, SIIERFESEE A CO.'S, Rock Hill, S. C. i u Dinnir U JL* t?t!7 LflJJJii R. R. P. S. O. Ill AVE just received l.C'O bushels ot genuine RED RUST PROOF SEED OATS and will bo pleased to quote prices to all who propose to buy. Call at onco and get your supply. Virginia Indian Rock Lime. I now have on hand 100 barrels of the celebrated INDIAN ROCK LIME, and ask for the privilege of quoting prices to consumers. XO. 2 ARROW TIES. I have in stock -400 bundles of new ARROW TIES and will meet competition in prices. 100 Rolls of Jute Ragging. I have in stock 100 rolls of JUTE BAGGING and will say to my friends, customers and everybody else, that I am prepared to furnish either COTTON or PINE STRAW BAGGING on short notice, to persons who will leave their orders with me. FINE SALT. It is not customary to advertise Salt, but I propose to depart from tho usual custom and announce that I have just received a car-load of EXTRA FINE SALT, which is put up in both jute and cotton sacks. Heavy Groceries. My stock of HEAVY GROCERIES is complete ami I will take pleasure in quoting prices to persons who desire to buy in either large or small quantities. J. H. RIDDLE. (1REIGHTOX, SIIERFESEE ?fc CO., J Rock Hill, can supply you with anything you want, from a SEWING MACHINE NEEDLE to a STEAM ENGINE. G. II. O'bKARl, OKA I,Kit IN FURNITURE AND STOVES. V LARGE stock of Furniture of all grades sold in this market at prices that are bound to sell. A large lino of Stoves and Ranges. I am handling tho celebrated IRON KING COOK and all ofCIIAS. NOBLE A GO'S patterns and makes of Stoves and Ranges, which were bought in CAR LOAD LOTS, and I am prepared to offer very low prices for CASH or GOOD PAPER. A nice Tin Toilet set for one dollar and twentv-five cents. G. II. O'LEARY. MATTINGS AX D CARI'ETN. C)A ROLLS CANE MATTING, in and arrivOLf ing, which must be sold if prices are any inducements. A nice line of Carpets, Window Shades, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths and every thing to beautify your homes at G. H. O'LEARY'S. SADDLES AND HARNESS. A Q DOZEN Wagon and Plow Collars, 8 lO dozen Plow Harness, Back Bands, Bridles of all grades. Saddles and Harness of all /ilmor\ fni. ??nli.iKln Rorwl ino/In iL'Arl/ VCIJ t ncaji ixjk icnuwio naiiu iiiihui nvm at G. H. 0' LEAHY'S. IRON SAFE. A SECOND HAND IRON SAFE just from J\ the Factory for sale cheap at G. H.O'LEARY'S. Does your engine, saw mill, GIN or any MACHINERY you have need REPAIRS? Then send it to CREIGIITON, SIIERFESKE A CO.. Rock Hill, S. C. R. A. PARISH. ON TIME. I WOULD state to the citizens of Yorkvillo and the traveling public in general, that MY OMNIBUS MEETS ALL TRAINS To convey passengers to ami from the dopota. Orders can ho left at MY STORE or at the THREE C'S HOTEL to call at any part of town for persons desiring to leave on any of the departing trains. GIVE ME A TRIAL. Satisfaction guaranteed. I am headquarters for all kinds of FIRST CLASS TEAMS. Ready at any call. R. A. PARISH'. T^OIl ORGANS AND PIANOS, come to ' CKKIGIITON, SHERFESEE & CO.'S, Rock Hill, S. C.