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LETTER 1?R0M UNION COUNTY.
Marriage?Death of an Aged Xejfro?Other Matters* Correspondence of the Yorkvllle Enquirer. Etta Jane, September 14.?The communion service will begin at Salem next Saturday at 11 . o'clock a. m.; one sermon Sat unlay. On Sunday the sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered. Preaching may bo continued for a fow days next week. Miss Daisey Alexander, daughter of Captain Win. D. Alexander, of Lawn, was married last Tuesday to Mr. Columbus Phillips, of Birmingham, Ala. The newly wedded couple took the train the same day for their ftituro home in Alai bama. The bride has many relatives and friends in Chester county, who will join us in saying : May God from whom our every hope of strength and' comfort springs, shield and protect, yea bear them up on His Almighty wings. Laban Wright, an old colored man, died near Hopewell post office last Monday, at the advanced age of 115 years. While we cannot be Eositive as to his exact age, there is'no doubt that e was over 100 years old. Ho was among the first slaves that Dr. Sam Wright ever owned, and a good joke is told of him that will bear repros duction here. Long before Dr. Wright courted and married Miss Elvira Melton, he owned this oid negro, who was generally called "Lebben" or "Leven," and while paying his respects to some young lady with whom marriage meant money, and who undertook by a series of well arranged questions to find out how many negroes the doctor had, got the answer. "Lebben," she said, "Why! he's rich." Mr. J. J. Geoige, of Wilkinsville, had his house, with a good portion of his furniture, clothing bedding, etc., burned last Monday morning. The origin of the fire is, so far as I know, unaccounted for. He is a quiet, inoffensive citizen, and the writer is loth to l>elieve that anybody set fire to his house. J. W. Clack, a blacksmith, well known about Rock Hill, and in the eastern portion of York county, died at Clifton No. 2, about two weeks ago aud was buried at El Bethel. A lady friend in the far West, to whom we send The Enquirer regularly, .says: "You don't know how much good it does us to get the 'Dear old Enquirer.' When it comes it is read, re-read and read again, until it is worn out." Mr. William Strain is in feeble health just at ? this time. He is the oldest person we know of in this community, being nearly 85 years of age. His mind is failing more than his body. Our trial justice court has been busy with road defaulters since the road working season set in. Two cases have been sent up from it to the court of sessions for "disturbing religious meetings," sigma. ROCK HILL HAPPENINGS. Prospective Marriage?Basket Factory?Personal?Death of a Well Known Citizeu. Correspondence of the Yorkville Enquirer. Rock Hill, September 15.?Unusually cool x weather, accompanied by constant rains, seems to be the order of each day for some time. Gloomy weather and rather poor prospects for a good cotton crop make a bad subject to discuss, but /SucMs the state of a flairs and there is no way to get around it. Though the outlook, in many particulars, is anything but promising, the nuiu^ berof manages booked for this winter is not any smaller than when all is bright and encouraging, Your correspondent is posted as to several that are to take place iu our midst soon, but as the old saying, "there's many a slip 'twixt the the cup and the lip," is still a true saying, and furthermore, since some of the contracting parties might object to publicity in such affairs, he must give the information at a later day. I am imformed by a person interested in the matter that a meeting or our citizens is to be call ed very soon, perhaps this week, to consider a proposition to establish a basket factory here. * Our neighboring towns and cities need be on the alert or we shall soon convert our once quiet little city into a manufacturing centre of no mean importance. Rev. Dr. Flynn, of Columbia, preached two very excellent sermons in the morning and evening of Sunday last et the First Presbyterian church. Mr. Anderson, the pastor, was out of the city. Sidney Freidheim, son of Mr. A. Freidheim, of this place, is quite sick in Baltimore. Mr. August Freidheim is with him. Mrs. D. E. Boney is dangerously ill with typhoid fever. Mr. Sam Fewell, a prominent fanner of Ebenezer, and brother to several of that name here, was married this morning, at Catawba Junction, to Miss Tirzah Farris. Both bride and groom are well known in Rock Hill, where they nave a host of well wishers. k Mrs. Dr. DuBose, of Columbia, but fonnerly of this place, with her children, are visiting friends here. Miss Mattie Cook, who has been visiting Mrs. Jno. R. London, leaves for Greensboro tomorrow. A meeting of the stockholders of the Rock Hill Construction company was held yesterday afternoon, when it was decided to make a few alterations or improvements and continue operations. "?*- T 11 \T U,./wl fnr mr. tfuuauiau K. iuvciinoQ| njtu utvm .v.. many years a few miles from Rock Hill, and who is known to most of The Enquirer's readers, died last night at 9 o'clock. His chief trouble was old age, having passed beyond four score years. . . e. LETTER FROM *L0WRYSV1 LLR. Condition of the Crops?Rev. W, G. White has Returned?Ludlow McNeel in Trouble Agaiu. ^ Correspondence of the Yorkvllle Enquirer. v . ^ Lowrysvillk, September 14.?On Friday and Saturday of last week, we hail the equinoctial gale, ana we now hope to have some fair weather. If the wet weather continues, the bottom crop of cotton will rot. Then, should the top crop be caught by frost, the yield wiu be small. Most of tne fodder and a great deal of ha^, was saved in this section last week. Oat sowing is being pushed forward wherever the ground is dry enough. Cotton picking has not commenced. Rev. W. G. White, our pastor, has returned from his tour to Europe, ana has entered regularly upon his pastoral work here and at Uriel. He made the homeward passage on the steamer which made the fastest time on record?5d. * I6h., 31m. ' The Masonic hall will be completed soon. The first regular communication of Sandy River Lodge, A. F. M., will be held in their new quarters on the second Thursday in October. The old "Hope <fcLowry" store has been rolled back from the Sandy River road, to front on the new street iust opposite the Masonic Hall. A neat residence is being added, and the building will be occupied by "Mayor" Adlesheimer. Mr. J. S. Lowry is building a fine residence on his property. Mr. A. M. Hardee has recently improved the appearance of his dwelling by a liberal application of paint. The Lowrysville High school is progressing nicely, with Mr. D. M. Douglass, of Blaokstock, at the helm. He is ably assisted by his sister, Miss Kate Douglass. Ludlow McNeel was committed to jail last Friday in default of ?200 bail, charged with larceny of roasting ears from the field ot Joe H. Wilson. Some time- ago Mr. Wilson missed seventy-four ears of corn from his field. He determined to keep a close lookout and catch the thief if possible. Early, a few mornings after that, he discovered that some one had visited his field the night bofore in a buggy, and had stolen ten dozen ears. He tracked the buggy to Chester, and caught Ludlow McNeel ana a negro boy selling the com. The negro gave bond for his appearance. A preliminary examination will be held to-dav. w. o. o. LETTER FROM HICKORY (1R0VE. Happy Marriage?Trouble at Smyrna?Personal and Other Matters. Correspondence of the Yorkvllle Enquirer. Hickory Grove, September 15.?A notable society event took place in the A. R. P. church here last Wednesday afternoon. It was the occasion of the marriage of Mr. Warren II. Whisonant to Miss MeU Lathan. The church was arrayed in a glory of evergreens and flowers, and the day was in beautiful accord with the happy business of the hour. The people liegaii to arrive at four o'clock, and from then until half past four the efficient corp of ushers, consisting of Messrs. John Allison, Tom McDill, W. II. King and Val Thomasson, were kept busy. At last the happy couple arrived, and coming to a pause before tne pulpit, were confronted by Rev. J. C'. Galloway. The ceremony was breif but beautiful and appropriate, and those who a few minutes before nad come m twain, went forth as one. A reception was given to the bride and groom at the home of Professor Ham B. Lathan, where many friends called and wished them all that heart oonld desire. They were also the recipients of quite a number of presents which were both beautiful and costly. Thore was a big row at Smyrna station last Saturday afternoon. It is impossible, however, to get satisfactory details. Here is about the straight ofthe story so far as obtainable. Peter Fayssoux and Alexander Childers got into a difficulty. Riley Ramsey tried to separate them. Tom Fayssoux ran in with a knife and cut Childers on the hand and about the face. Childers presented a self acting pistol and shot Tom Fayssoux three times. One ball grazed his head. Another struck his hand, and the third entered his left side just below the last rib. It is quite probable that Fayssoux will die. No arrests have been made. There will be a public debate at Hickory I Grove academy next Friday week, at 8 o'clock p. m. Miss Emma Latirnn is visiting Miss Sue Shannon. Miss Sallie Wylle is at home again. Miss Daisy Williams is visiting her sister, Mrs. I). M. Castles. m. LETTER FROM* T1KZA1L Big Moonlight Picnic?Personal Mention? | Other Matters. Correspondence of the Yorkville Knquirer. Tirzah, Septeml>cr 14.?The picnic at I)r. T. I R. ( 'arothers's last Thursday night was a grand I success, and was highly enjoved by the immense crowd that was present. The grounds were lighted up with Chinese lanterns, and the platform for the musicians and danqers was beautifully decorated with evergreens and Mowers. There was a long table, too, that literally groaned with good things to satisfy the inner man. With a host of pretty girls, good music and dancing, who coula not enjoy such an occasion ? The fun j was concluded by a stump speech, which was grealty enjoyed by the guests. The hospitality of Dr. Tom and his excellent wife, and the whole affair, was extremely pleasant. Itust Saturday was a lively day at Tirzah. j There were more people here than usual and the town enjoyed a better trade than for some time past. The Tirzah Alliance held its regular meeting at the academy Saturday morning. Mr. Henry Massev and family spent several days with friends at Fort Mill, last week. Sir. J. H. Howie and family leave today for their home at Five Points, (la. Mr. Howie has accepted a position as a telegraph operator on the (1. and N. railroad. The place he leaves vacant here, will be filled by Mr. K. K. Can then, of Westville, S. C. There will be preaching at Tirzah academy next Sunday evening, at early candle light, by Rev. Mr. Harley. cms. THE THERMOMETERS RECORD For the Week Endiug September 15.?Observations by Mr. J. It. Schorb. . .. ..... I ?*? .f s!| i I !I" : A!All Wednesday9 <12 , 74 i ?? (is 78 ! 02 .... Thuredav 10 00 73 fi?! 66 75 00 Friday 11 ?> 64 63 02 (U 58 .21 Saturday 12 02 08 09 60 00 02 .21 Sunday'13 03 75 ; 72 70 j 78 02 .... Monday 14 63 81 ! 74 73 ! 83 (i2 i .... Tuesday 15 58 80 73 70 83 58 j .... Mean for weekj; 61 | 74 j 69 | 68 | 83 j 01 '} .45 LIST OF LETTERS. The following is a list of the letters remaining in tho postofllce at Yorkyillc, S. ('., for the week ending September 12, 1891: James Anderson, It. C. Brown, T. L. D. Bradford, Win. Bryant, Johnnie Caldwell, colored ; K. W. Davis, J. W. Davis, Carrie Ross (till, Mary Harrison, Millie (Joinier, Jno. Hieklin, 2 ; Mary Hambright, L. N. Holland,2; B. M. Johnson, R. ('. Johnston, Mary K. James, Bob Jonner, Carolina Jackson, h. Lillian Jones, Win. Jones, Bettio Lipland, S. C. Latham, Elizabeth Lewis, P. II. Luigerv, Patty Logan, (Seorge Mclver, Harper Meek, Mary Belle McIIenry, Laura Markus, Mary Warrens, W. A. Moses, Laura McCoy, P. N. McElwee, Miss A. MeBrocken, J. A. Pate, -Almand Reed, Johnny Rabbs, Rev. C. C. Robertson, Miss Mat Shaw, Kid Smith, John Shaw, Rev. R. B. Williams, 2 ; Charity Woods, Nancy White, Robert T. Young. t? "rtlliMn. a\?t ??t? nf Iv.a o)iApn lhtlprti urn rerauiw r^uuig *\?* auj v?i n?v ?*wv.v requested to mention that tlie.v are advertised in Thk Yobkvillk Ekquikkr. W. A. MOORE, P. M, <Par!ict Jtrports. YORKVILLK, September 16*.?Cotton 71 to 8. CHARLESTON, September 14.?Cotton 8J. LIVERPOOL, September 14.?Cotton 4gd. NEW YORK, September 14.?Cotton 8g. Futures elosed steady, with sales of 124,400 bales as follows: September, 8..'fit to 8.42; (fctober, 8.53 to 8.54 ; November, 8.71; December, 9.85 to 9.80; January, 9 to9.01; February, 9.12 to 9.13; Maroh, 9.23 to 9.24; April, 9.33 to 9.34; May, 9.42 to 9.43; June, 9.51 to 9.52; July, 9.59 to 9.01; August, 9.00 ta 9.69. Comparative Cotton Statement. NEW YORK, September 11.?The following is the comparative cotton statement for the week ending September 11, 1891: 1891. 1890. Net receipts at all U. S. ports, 97,905 125,403 Total receipts to date, 130,528 182,382 Exports for the week, .'10,970 59,705 Total exports to date, 50,010 69,090 Stock at all United States ports,..284,579 143,065 Stock in interior towns, 24,071 11,314 Stock in Liverpool, 790,000 586,000 Stock afloat for Great Britain, 28,000 70,000 .Special polices. Religious Notice. We are requested to announce that Mr. J. M. Moork willfleliver a lecture at Olivet church next Sunday. September 10 32 It Religious Notice. Bitli.ock'8 Chkkk, Septemlier 10.?Editor Enquirer: Please announce that there will bo Communion service at Salem church next Sabbath Services will be commenced on Saturday, at 11 a. m. Respectfully, G. S. Robinson. September 16 32 It To the Churches of the York Baptist Association. Brethren: You will please give attention to the. table published on page 14 of the Association Minutes of 1890. The amounts requested for the several olyects named in the table are expected from each Church. Brethren, let us raise the appropriations, and forward to the Association. Fraternally, F. O.'S. Curtis, Secretary Ex. Board. Preaching at Catawba. There will lie preaching at Catawba Baptist church next Sunday at 11 a. m. The Sundayschool will meet at 10 a. m. A (ailed church conference will be held immediately after the morning service. The Sunbeam Missionary society will hold its regular monthly meeting in the afternoon. The ordinance of baptism will be administered at 9 a. m. P. J. M. Osborne, Pastor. I September 16 32 ' York Baptist Association. The twenty-third annual session of the York j Baptist Association will convene with Berea * ?1 1 1 o C n.? Ttmuoniv DL'_ Cnurt'd, HlHCKHOUr^, O. v., Illl inunnun. .... , fork the First Sunday in October, 1st proximo, at 11 a. iu. It is earnestly desired that each church send full delegations of representative members. The chairmen of the various committees, who were appointed before the adjournment of the last association, are urged to have their reports ready for presentation at the opening of the session. Sam M. Grist, Moderator. J. C. McCuubink, Clerk. September 9 31 3t HYMENEAL Married?At the residence of the bride's mother, in Bethel township, on the 9th instant, by H. E. Johnson, trial justice, Mr. ANDREW B. JONES and Miss MARY E. BOYD. All of this county. OBITUARY. Diko?At her home, near Begonia, N. C., on the 2nd instant, Mm. H. R. BRYSON, in the 72nd vear of her age. In Fort Mill township, on the 9th instant, Mrs. SALLY FERRIS, aged 89 years. Her death was the result of injuries sustained in a fall a few days before. IN OUR CARRIAGE DEPARTMENT WE have a full line of CARTS,'BUGGIES and SURREYS, that we will sell at very low tigures, aH we inust reduce ourstoek. CREIGHTON, SMERFKSEE A CO. APPLICATION FOR CHARTER. NOTICE is hereby giver that thirty days after date, application will be made to the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of York county, for a Charter of the SHARON HIGH SCHOOL, located at Sharon, York county, S. C. September 10 32 5t "BUILDING-CONTRACT TO LET." NOTICE is hereby given that proposals will be received for the erection ol A TWOSTORY WOODEN SCHOOL BUILDING, 30 by CO feet, with three rooms on the first floor and a hall above. The contract will be awarded at 3 o'clock p. in., on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,1891. For specifications, etc., apply to J. II. SAYE, Chairman, Sharon, S. C. September 10 32 It ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of JULIA E. MOSS, deceased, are hereby notified to make immediate payment to tho undersigned. Persons having claims against the said estate are requested to present tho same, properly authenticated, witnin the the time prescribed by 1 touv ii MOMS A<1 miiiistnitor. ltt? . v?. September 16 32 3t MY AIM ANI) PURPOSE. I SHALL continue to keep ronstuntly on hnml h choice stock of FAMILY AND FANCY GROCER IKS, and ask for a continuance of the very liberal patronage that has been bestowed Ion my establishment in the past. It shall always be my one aim and puipose to please my customers. Ariosa Coffee, He-No Tea, White House Laundry Soap, etc.. always in stock. CHOICE CONFECTIONERIES A SPECIALTY. AGNES MOORE. APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, Administrator of the estate of J. LEWIS STACY, will make a FINAL SETTLEMENT with the Judge of Probate for York county, on the 17TH DAY OF OCTOBER next, at 12 o'clock, noon, when he will make application for a final discharge from liability as Administrator of the said estate. \V. B. SMITH, Administrator, Clover, S. C. September 16 32 ">t EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS. All teachers of free schools not having a Certificate dated within two years, are required to appear at York ville, between the hours ofS A. M., and a P. M., on FRIDAY, THE 2ND DAY OF OCTOBER, 1891, for examination. The law makes it obligatory on trustees to hire only those who have certificates from the County School Commissioner. Let ussce that the law is enforced. JAMES CANSLKR, School Commissioner. September 16 .'12 2t W. II. HICKLIN, GUTHRIESVILLE, S. C. BREEDER OF KKOISTEKEP JERSEY CATTLE. THKsplendidlv-bredCoomassieBull, MAY'S KING KOFFEE, No. 26,stands at the head of mv herd. TWO Yol'NG BI LLS and a few CHOICE HEIFERS FoR SALE at fair prices. All are entitled to registry in the American Jersey Cattle Club Register. Also pure-bred JERSEY' RED I IOCS. Write for what you want. September 9 31 tf SOUTH CAROLINA?YORK COUNTY. IN COMMON* PI.HAS. Kx-parte, Mrs. Laura A. Parks?Petition for Homestead. NrOTICE is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that a petition was, on the 20t)i day of August, IsfU, tiled in my otlice by Mrs. LAURA A. PARKS, the widow of A. W. Parks, deceased, of the county and State aforesaid, asking that A HOMESTEAD BE ASSIGNED to her and six minor children, out of the personal estate of A. W. Parks, deceased. On the 26th da v of September, A. D. IKSH, I shall appoint appraisers for that purpose. Yorkville, S. C? August 2T?th, Is!11. W. BROWN WYLIK, C. C. C. Pis. 1 August 26 2! I .11 SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE, Columbia, 8. C-? OPENS SEPTEMBER 29TH. Eni trance Examinations begin Scpteml>er24th. Classical, Literary, Scien*',,c n,u* ^aw t'ourses. Thirteen Professors. ! *"ss^ For further information, address the President, JAMES WOODROW. August 10 28 5t** HOARDING SCHOOL. Due West Female College, Due West, S. C. /Sy THIRTY SUCCESSIVE YEARS . OF SUCCESSFUL WORK. Next i session opens FIRST MONDAY IN I OCTORKR. Splendid advantages ^j)r offered at low cost. Send for catalogue and examine into the merits of the institution. Mrs. L. M. RONNER, II. E. RONNER, Duo West, S. C. August "? 2(1 01* FURMAN UNIVERSITY, GREENVILLE, S. C. C?. MANLY, 1). !>., President, fTHE next session will opononSEPTEMRER 30TH, 1801. TIIE C'OLLEGE DEPARTMENT includes the a- regular College Curriculum. There fe* is also a PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT thoroughly organized. Several additions have been made to the Faculty. For further information, apply to Prof. II. T. COOK. August 20 20 tf ERSKINE COLLEGE, DUE WEST, S. C. - NOW IN ITS H2NI) YEAR. ? " A D D C #T>VW Ulll Courses. j\. II. mill u. ?-j. Special attention to English. Location healthful and accessible. Cominunication by telegraph. The religious iullucnco most decided. OVER 500 GRADUATES. Total expenses for nine tiiontlis, Elegant new building in process of erection. Send for catalogue to W. M. GRIER, President. August 20 29 5t WRIGHT'S >11 I.I.S FOR SALE. UNDER the conditions named in the decree of the circuit court for York county, in the ease of E. E. Wright, executrix, against J. L. Wright and others, I am authorized to receive and consider private offers for the J. L. WRIGHT MILLS AND MILL TRACT. The tract contains 130 ACRES, and lies on Allison creek, near Clay Hill, S. C. A jilat of the same is on file iirthe Clerk's Office. Tkhms?One-fourth Cash, and the remainder in three equal annual installments, with interest from sale, to be secured by* bond and a mortgage of the premises. Parties desiring to purchase may also confer with my attorney, C. E. SPENCER, Esq., at Yorkville, S. C. E. E. WRIGHT, Executrix of J. L. Wright, deceased. September 9 31 tf TAX NOTICE 18(H)-'?1. OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER, Yorkville, S. C., September 15,1891. IN accordance with law, inv books will be open ON THE 15TH DAY <)V OCTOBER, 1891, for the collection of STATE, COUNTY AND SPECIAL TAXES, for the liseal year beginning November 1st, 18SW, and will bo kept open UNTIL THE 15TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1891. For the accommodation of tax-payers, I will attend at the following places on the days named: At Yorkville, Thursday 15th, Friday 10th and Saturday 17th days of October, 1891. At Antioch, Bethesda township, on Monday, lflth day of October, 1891. At Tirzah, on Tuesday, the 20lk day of October, 1891. At Newport, on Wednesday, the 21st day of October, 1891. At Clay Hill, on Thursday, the 22nd day of October, 1891. At Thompson's Mill, on Friday, the 23rd day of October, 1891. At Bethel, on Saturday, the 24th day of October, 1891. A1 Sharon, on Monday, the 20th day of October, 1891. At Hickory ( Jrove, on Tuesday, the 27th day of October, 1891. At ('lark's Fork, on Wednesday, the 28th day of October, 1891. At Bethany, on Thursday, the 29th day of October, 1891. At Clover, on Friday, the 90th, and Saturday, the 31st days of October, 1891. At Yorkville, from Monday, the 2nd, day of November, until Monday, the 9th day of November, 1891. At Buffalo, on Tuesday, the 10th day of November, 1891. At G rover, on Wednesday, the 11th day of November, 1891. At Blacksburp, on Thursday, the 12th, and Friday, the 13th days of November, 1891. At Yorkville, on Saturday, the 14th, and on Monday until 1*2 M., the Kith day of Novembember, 1891. . At Coates's Tavern, on Monday, the 16th, from 3 o'clock P. M., until 12 M, on Tuesday, the 17th day of November, 1891. At Fort Mill, on Wednesday, the 18th, and Thursday, the 19th days of November, 1891. At Rock Hill, from Friday, the 20tli, until Thursday, the26th day of November, 1891. At McConnellsville, on Friday, the 27th day of November, 185)1. At J. W. Carroll's, on Saturday, the 28th day November, 1891. At Yorkville, from the 30th day of November, until the 15th day of December, 1891, inclusive, after which day the lx>oks will be closed and the 15 per cent. J)enalty will attach. H. A. D. NIC FLY, County Treasurer. September 16 32 tf m. & ii. c. strauss. pleasetake'notice, AND GOVERN YOURSELVES ACCORDINGLY. MR. H. C. STRAUSS is now in the Northern market to till up our stock, so that it will be the most COMPLETE STOCK IN YORKVILLE. Our prices shall bo lower than can be bought anywhere, and so far wo have proved that it will be to your advantago to buy at the ONE-PRICE CASH STORE, And that the cheapest. furniture! furniture!! furniture!!! WE have in stock, and are receiving daily, a full line of bedroom suits, BUREAUS, SAFES, W AS ITSTA N I)S, M ATTRESSES, SIDEBOARDS, BEDSPRINGS, W A R I)R<) B ES, C It A D EES, TABLES, CHAIRS. We are now carrying the largest and most comSlctestock of FURNITURE ever exhibited in ock Hill, and will sell at prices that defy competition. If you want anything in our line, come and see ns before going elsewhere. Yon will save money by doing so. CREIGllTON, SHERFESEE A CO., Rock Hill. I nilTBV Mr ttT/iDll. M^A\F JL m a. w m w ? STATIONERY. WE have bought and will receive this week its large, if not the largest, stock of STATION ERY ever brought to this market. Every person who makes use of anything in the Stationery line will lind it to their interest to call at the Emporium and inspect our stock. Note Paper, Letter Paper, Foolscap and Legal Cap Paper, Tabletsol every quality and price; Envelopes, the largest lot ever seen in town ; Memorandum anil Blank Books. School Teachers, Lawyers, Farmers and School Children, come and buy your Shite Pencils, Tablets, Lead Pencils, etc. * We have bought direct from the manufacturer?the man who makes the stull?and, therefore, have kicked the middle man entirely out. of course, we arestill between you and the manufacturer, but you are not likely to buy in sullieient quantity to order, and our profits are marked down so low that we do not think there is a man in the county who will object to paying this profit. Look out for our ad. next week. We will givosonieof the articles and prices. We intend to cut the "monkey's tail square oil'." So jook out. School Crayons 10 cents per box ; Slate Pencils, 20 for 5 cents ; Lead Pencils, f? cents per dozen ; Note Paper 5 cents per quire. LOWRY ?V STARR. TOBACCO. DO you chew Tobacco? Do vou sell Tobacco? Do you buy Tobacco? Now, if you buy any Tobacco, either good, medium or bad, we have it and want to sell all we have. Not that we will stop keeping it, but that we can buy more and sell it. We think we can save you money on Tobacco. L'tWRY A* STARR, Leading Druggists. THE BOOK TO BUY! Dedicated to the Soldiers of the Confederacy. the life of Jefferson davis,Ex-President of the Confederacy. A MEMOIR BY HIS WIFE. (M)NTAINS l.-!A chapters and KMX pages, and J many truths in regard to our Lost Cause that have never been written before. I have the agency for York county, and have several copies ready for im mediate delivery. Mr. W. T. BARRON will receive subscriptions. 1 Miss DAISY WILLIAMS. CAROLINA BUGGY COMPANY. OUR WORK! Please Read What the Dealers in the South Say of Our Work. ? CLINTON, S. C., August 28, 1891. Carolina Bihioy Co., Youkvili.k, N. C. DEAR SIRS: Wo are arranging to deal more extensively in your class of work, and when our building is ready we will not forget you. The jobs you sold us have given entire satisfaction, and is the grade of work welike to sell. Send us your new Catalogue. Respectfully, THE J. W. COPELAN1) CO., Carriage Dealers. WAYNESBORO, ?a? August 29, 1891. Carolina BuiiciY Co., Youkvili.k, S. C.: (jlcntlomen : It gives us pleasure to say that the work you have shipped us has given satisfaction in every way. Yours truly, ilrrri-rwu l.M.W V t. TOVIilS Carriage Dealers. MILLION, Ga., August 2!>, 1801. Carolina Buggy Co., Yorkvillk, ?S. C.: Gentlemen : It affords us much pleasure to say that wo consider your lluggies the very best made for the money. Nothing that we have ever handled can come up to them in style, easv riding and durability, and in the future wo will handle your make of Buggies in preference to all others. Yours truly, R. N. BERRIEN & CO., Buggy Dealers. COLUMBIA, S. O., August 20, 1891. Carolina Buggy Co., Yorkvillk, S. C.: Gentlemen : I will send order for several jobs the last of September. I have just commenced running the two Top Buggies bought of you some time back. I do think they are the best and lightest running Buggies I over hooked a horse to, and the best work for tiio money they cost I oversaw. Yours truly. M. K. CONDOR, Liveryman. STATESVILLE, N. C., September 1st, 1891. Carolina Buggy Co., Yorkvillk, s. C.: We are pleased to say to you t hat we have been using the Carolina Buggy in our Stables and lind it as good a Buggy as wo have ever used. In fact, we do not think there is any better Buggy now on the market. Wo think your goods worthy of all the good words any one could speak of them. Yours truly, A. P. MURDOCK tfc SON, Liverymen. DO YOU NEED FURNITURE OF ANY KIND? See advertisement of CREIGHTON, SHERFESEE it CO. BEARD & HVMAN. FALL OPENING! A GRAND tremendous lot of CLOTHING is now nn exhibition at the Gents' Furnishing Store. Such n line of CLOTHING, SHOES, SHIRTS, NECKWEAR, etc., lias never before arrived in this market. AS WE ADVERTISED BEFORE In these columns that we intended to be the leaders in this line, wo treasured in our memory our resolutions, and studied every avenue leading in that direction. SUCCESS HAS CROWNED OUR EFFORTS And the laurels aro ours, and forever shall they avail, borne by good goods, honest treatment and low prices. WHY SHOULD YOU WISH For tho latest styles and most perfect fitting Clothing, or why are you displeased with your Shoes because they ore out of style? Simply because you bought them before inspecting the stock of BKARI) it INMAN. We advertise nothing but what will stand the test of investigation. Our goods aro in our Store to endorse our statement; but they aro not thereto stay. They are daily being distributed among our numerous customers, only to be replaced by more. FROM OUR ALREADY MANY SALES since our Fall Goods arrived, we are forced to believe we merit the popularity we have attained AS THE GENTS' FURNISHERS. AND WHEN THAT GREAT CARAVAN OF BUYERS leave home to select their Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Cravats, their destination is BEARI) <fc INMAN'S. And returning homo they shall herald that good times are coining, as they bought their outfits cheaper than ever before. BOYS WE SAY TO YOU LAST, But never least, there is a place in our memory indellibly stamped for you, in force of thought and depth of tooling, and encouraged by the success you have bestowed upon us in the past, wo bought our Boys' Clothing with care and diligence, and now that they have arrived we boast of our selection. SO COME ON BOYS And purchase your Suits and Overcoats and enjoy with others tho happy consolation that you, too, are dressed in all the style possible. AND NOW AS WE HAVE PARTLY Described our stock, we shall say no more until wo meet you, face to face, in our store, ready to grasp the opportunities we here present. BEARD it INMAN, Hatters and Clothiers. A. Y. CARTWRIOHT. WM. M. ALLISON. A. Y. CARTWRIGHT & CO. THEY ARECOMBNC. New Goods Arriving on Every Freight Train! SHOES FOR THE MILLIONS! \ Examine Our DookerB'o $2.50 Shoes that Compares With any $3 Shoes on the Market. They are Guaranteed. QUIl how stock of Full and Winter poods are arriving and we arc satisfied that we have the largest, cheapest and best line of Children's, Gentlemen and Ladies' Shoes on this market; but as we are more than ordinarily interested you might say that such a remark is easily made, and so it is, for we are confident and bubbling over with enthusiasm on that point, but we don't stop by giving our opinion but invite an individual inspection, which we know will allay any doubts that you may have had. If you want anything in the way of Notions or Fancy Dry Goods remember that the New York Racket is the place to get it. If you want Kentucky .leans just remember that the New York Racket is the place to gel it. If you want a nice Trunk, be sure to go to the Now York Racket and get it. "If you wear the breeches" and want to buy a pair separate from the suit, run down to the New York Racket and get them. If you want a Cravat at wholesale prices, come and see us. A. Y. CARTWRIGHT A CO. Nkw York officii, 4<k? Rkoauway. 11 . DO YOU NEED FURNITURE OF ANY KIND? See advertisement of CRKIGHTON, XIIKRFKSK1S A CO. W. K. FKItUCSON. J. M. FKIKIUNON. FERGUSON BROS. THE ENCOURAGEMENT THAT we have received from thcpeoplcsince opening our Grocery business is very gratifying indeed, and we assure them that it is our purpose to supply them with the \cr.v best goods at the lowest possible prices. We will constantly add to our stock as occasion may require, until we shall have the CLEAN KXT AND I MOST KKRT FANCY G ROC Kit V IN YORKVI DDK. ol'K HAMS, which are bought and sold under a guarantee, have arrived, and we will consider it a favor if you will return them when they do not prove to be what they arc represented to be. Fresh good goods arc what we intend to buy, and fresh good goods are what we intend to sell. Canned Mackerel, Salmon, Rotted Meals, Cucumber Riekles in unless variety. Soda at ft and 10 cents per pound. Fresh Demon and Soda Crackers just arrived. To lovers of TKA we would say that we expect to lead in this beverage. We have a most excellent article at IMl cents?equal to that sold j by others tor $l.t*? Fresh Mackerel at three Ibr id cents. Laundry Soap and Starch alwaysion | hand. We have just received a small lot of Tin-. ware ; also Kerosene < >11. r.'.r- Tin* highest market price will always be | paid for Fresh Fggs and Fresh Duller, and in fact all kinds of country produce. 'aAII goods sold to purchasers in town will lie delivered promptly. FERGUSON DID >T111'.ltS, Corner Congress and .lellerson Streets. DR. J. V. MiCUBBINS, RESI33ENT DENTIST, . Blackslmi'tf, S. OFFKRS his professional services to the peoplenf DLACKSDl'KG A N D SI KID >1 N DING COUNTRY. Work promptly and neatly dune, tHlieeover Whisonant Drolhers's store. September ! '! 'Ill I Listen to plain facts about the Kabo corset. You can't break the bones-for one thing. If you do, within a year, you'll have your money back. Soft eyelets-that's another thing that can't be had with other corsets. And hear how it's sold: if you're not satisfied, after a few weeks' wear, you can return it and get your money. \V. V. LATIMER. April l.'i Id liiii1 c;in siiAitrr.mnc ami nr.i?aii<i>o. Hit I NO UN Vol'It OINS To \V. .I. .JUNKS, lie tlors not tile tlii'in, lull J 'I.I l'S Tl I KM OCT iis jfouil :is iii'w. 11 ? iiIsimIocs :i 11 kinds of 01N ItKI'A I III NO AXU Of A ItANTKKS SATISKAJ "I'luN. 11 is simp is mi tliH \ mid I.. niilntiul. l\vo-:ind-:i-liiiir niilrs Smith nf Vnrkvillc. W. .1. .luNKS. Scpti'iiils'i- ! '!! ;>t NO FAVORITES In the Matter under Consideration ! WEEK, wo desiro to say to our friends whose names appear on our books, that we have a few words for their consideration, which we hope they will give their best attention. We have been living in the town of Yorkville for about eighteen years, during which time we have been conducting a lenient, indulgent business, extending credit and accomodations to our fellow fnen whom wo thought were honest enough to pay it. These accounts are all due OCTOBER 1ST, by which time we hope to see our impression verified and every account on our ledger ornamented with parallel red lines. So wo say to EVERYBODY, that is EVERYBODY who is indebted to us, regardless of color, race or previous condition, to come forward at once and make their payments. We dor't want anyone to be presumptuous enough to think that he is not meant by this call. Moro than apt such an individual is tiio very one for which it is intended. We don't want people against whom we hold mortgages, to think that we don't mean them ; we don't want them to say "oh, well he's secured; lie don't mean me!" No, don't think that, for we do. Don't think that because we hold your note, and that because it is drawing interest, that we don't mean you ; don't think that because you only owo us 84.95, and "that wo don't need it," that wo don't mean yon, for we are certain that we do. We don't in M,inb Mint lip<?ni?n flie lirice of cot ......... ? , ton j'h higher now tluiii it was when you made the debt, that we don't mean you, for we do. We say again, and for the last time, that WE DON'T WANT YOU TO THINK THAT WE DON'T NEED THE MONEY, AND THAT YOU WILL PAY IT AGAIN, for my friends it nakes 110 difference to you whether wo need it or not, it is ours, it is due AND WE MUST II AVE IT. Very Respectfully, WM. 0. LATIMER. rwiTioiaiS! About fifteen hundred dollars WORTH OF STYLISH TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING HAS ARRIVED, WITH AS MUCH MORE TO FOLLOW! We are going to buck and gag the tiger this fall. We are going to enter the commercial amphitheatre as a gladiator, and go down into the arena armored with SPLENDID FITTING FINE GOODS AT PRICES THAT KNOW NOT DEFEAT! WE WANT EVERYBODY TO WITNESS THE FIGHT and examine the material with which this great contest is to be waged. We are going to Clothe an army, and the sooner you rnako a requisition 011 our quartermaster, the more satisfactorily will you be ready for the service and hardships of the coming WINTER CAMPAIGN! Onward, Gentlemen. He up and doing, for onr Clothing thin coining season excels the long venrs of merited reputation of THE FASHION llAZAAR and stundsalono in selection, QUALITY, MATERIAL ANI) MAKE, with prices that no city merchants in tho Carolines can afford to cut. We will, defend our prices at all buzzards?the quality will defend itself. Buy the Kfvbo Corset. W. C. LATIMER. C ELERY SALT. IS a most delicious preparation for seasoning meats and soups and can always ho found at LATIMER'S FANCY GROCERY. By the way, housekeepers, we want you to read this: Wo have tho best line of PICKLES in town ; they aro< simply immense. Hero's how we get them. Wo buy them for our own table, but instead of putting them in tho pantry we put them in the Grocery store and offer them for sale at about cost. We have Spanish Queen Olives, Cucumber Pickles, Tomato Ketchup, Popper Sauce, French Mustard and English Mustard. In petted meats we handle RICHARDSON ROBBINS' CELEBRATED DEVILED HAM. Wo also keep Armour's Potted Meats, bj' way of comparison. Go over in tho Dry Goods' room and buy a KABO CORSET. WM. C. LATIMER. DO YOU WANT TO BUY A CAHT, BUGGY OR SURRY, cheap? See advertisement of CREIGHTON, SHERFESEK & CO. MRS.T1. M. DOBSON. DOBSON'S RACKET. THE GREAT IIRYGOODSHUSTLER. Our Glassware Will Soon all be Gone. fJIIIIS is our last lot of CHEAP GLASSWARE for the season. If you want to get any, come quick. Remember you cannot buy it at any other house at the same price. You have got fair warning, and if you do not get any, don't blame us. ONLY A FEW DAYS. MORE AND OUR SUMMER SALES AT LOW PRICES WILL CLOSE. So, if you want any SUMMER GOODS AT LOW PRICES, now is your last chance for the season. OUR 98 CENTS SHOES FOR LADIES Have arrived, and they are certainly good, solid leather. We have 120 pairs each, Rultoucd and Lace, at JW cents a pair. The Cheapest Shoe in Yorkville. We arc! selling the oil. GRAIN SlloEN for ladies at$1.24. None better; will not leak and arc good wearers. COME ^V1\TI> SEE ITS. DOHSON'S RACKET, The cheapest Dry Goods Hustler. 'l$tU I I MAY & MAY, ^ ZSL DRUGGISTS. A TANGLEFOOT FLY PAPER! ( f Tanglefoot fly paper is tho name < of the greatest device for destroying tlies yet < introduced. It does away with costly Fly Fans j .....i Tmna on/1 tirovontw flip members of VOlir I family from using language1 not common in the f Sunday-school. This Tanglefoot napor fills its ] oflico to tho satisfaction of all and deals out sure > death to all tho posts that conic within its prov- i ince. fall at MAY it MAY'S and get two j sheets of "Tanglefoot Fly Paper" for live cents, i TOY HI PERFUMERIES' Last week we received THE FINEST AND MOST ELEGANT LINE OF PERFUMERIES, TOILET WATERS AND SOAPS EVER DROUGHT TO YORKVILLE. Some people say that it is too fine for this market, but our sales have already disproved tho assertion. It has a most delightfully delicate odor and is the most aristocratic perfumery known to the ladies' toilet room, or even to tho chemist's laboratory. Mrs. Cleveland and Mrs. Vanderbilt endorse it as the best known. Tho regular price is $1.25 per ounce, but to introduce it, the manufacturers have authorized us to sell it for TEN DAYS I ONLY AT SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS. FRECKLES MUST GO! Those of our lady friends who have had their handsome faces spoiled by hideous freckles, at last, can have the assurance that MAY'S SIL'VER DELL FACE LOTION will remove them. It will not only remove the freckles, but will beautify tho complexion and leave it in a soft velvety condition. Try it for thirty days. The guaranteed price of the Lotion is $1.00, but to introduce it, we will offer it at 00 cents for a short while UHAHIUK 5>MR FACE PUFFS Is anotlier new and splendid article for the toilet, which we have just received, and which we I consider the liest Face Powder Pntf on the market. It tills the requirements of the puff j exactly, doing its work effectively and completely, leaving the skin sort, dry and statue like in appearance. Call and see tuem. They are all the rage in Paris and it is with great difficulty that the market can be supplied, but MAY ?& M A Y, the enterprising druggists, got some all the same. TETLOW'S SWANDOWN FACE POWDER, (in two regular size l>oxes) put un in a handsome Oxidized Silver Box and sold for .'10 cents. Remember that this is not Tappin's?but TETLOW'S?the very best. ELEGANTSOAPS FOR TOILET USE. We want everybody to come and examine our stock of FINE TOILET SOAPS. They will be surprised. We have no cheap stuff. Examine our pure White Rose Toilet Soap, put in a handsome cuff box, and sold for 50 cents?regular price75cents. MAY ifc MAY have all ot Colgate's best brands, and their entire stock is fresh and reliable. THE FAMOUS COAT'S SODA ('an always be found at MAY'S PHARMACY. It is chemiadly pure as more than a thousand of York's older housekeepers can testify. It is sold at 10 cents a pound?can't be sold for less. It makes the best bread you ever eat, and should be used by every family when pure ingredients is to be a consideration. MORPHINE, QUININE, OPIUM and COCAINE, and anything in the Drug line always on hand. Pearline at 5 cents. PRESCRIPTIONS. Prescriptions are a specialty with us, anil wo give them our undivided attention at.all times, guaranteeing that precision, accuracy and care will always he exercised in behalf of the patient. Where goods are bought for the prcsciption counter, we always buy in small quantities, believing that we get fresher and more reliable ingredients. We are jealous of our prescription business and H is growing every day. MAY it MAY, Druggists. DO YOU NE3I2D FURNITURE OF ANY KIND? See advertisement of CREIGHTON, SHERFESEE A CO. KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON. SHOES AND SHIRTS. W 11 have recently received a very nice lineof SHOES OF VARIOUS STYLES, and will be pleased to have our friends and the public generally examine THESE GOODS AND GET OUR PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING. We feel confident that we can please both in QUALITY AND PRICE. SILVER KING Is the name of OUR LEADING SHIRT, and if Shirts have kings, we are sure ours is of the royal rank. It can't be surpassed, pither for QUALITY, STYLE, COM FORT OR DURABILITY. LINEN COLLARS AND CUFFS. We have a stylish line of LINEN COLLARS AND CUFFS of the best quality, and they were BOUGHT TO SELL. GILT EDGE SHOE POLISH. The puldie, and it generally knows, says that OUR GILT EDGE SHOE POLISH is the best on Hit; market. AMERICAN TUNE BOOKS .May IK! luilllll 111 our imion i'ejmnmi.iii. iij? book not iii stork will br furnished at publishers' price. School Books Are Strictly Cash. KKNNKUY UUOS. A IJAKKON. t GEO. T. SCHORB. | PIANOS AND ORGANS. I I I N'oW have the agency for lout- lirst-class, high-grade IM A Nos. I buy ilirrrt I'roin the factories, ami keep no high-priced men to travel tin; country. The purchaser always lias that expense to pay for. THE WILCOX & WHITE ORGAN I Is the only one I sell. It has been proven superior to any other. Ami I say it is, without ex} ccpliou. I can and will sell you a better l'iano, ! Organ for less money than any otherilealer will. I Sec me, or write for catalogues ami prices before buying. I will save you money, ami can always be found to make my guarantee good. FOR A STOVE TRADE. I You will liml that I can do as well as any other dealer, even if he buys by the train load. TYPE W1MTEK8. i I am agent for the I Jest. Call and see me. If you want a HA Hi J A IN in Tinware, Churns : ami Iloiise-Kurnishing Hoods generally, come | ami give me a showing. <ik<>. t. sciimuj. ,'THE PARISH HOTEL. w II UN you come to York vijle, you are in J I vited to stop at Til K I'AKINII lloTKK. Y(?U Wild. UK HOY ALKY TKKATKU. ! The building is located in the business portion j of town. The rooms are large and provided ! with every comfort and convenience, j Tl IK TA It I. KS are supplied with Til K IJKST I the season allords, prepared by experienced cooks, ami served bv polite and livelv waiters. I I "I KA HO K SA M I'KK IIUdMS tor commercial men. We study to please. Mrs. C. (,'. I*AKIS 11, Manager. 1 March I I tf FREW BROS. & KEESLER, ROOK miiZi, s. o. ? - _ ! SAVE FOUR MONEY! WE are anxious to show you the wonderful difference in the exclusive CASH SYSTEM and the mixed, or COST and CREDIT SYSTEM. We've got the new things in almost mdlcss variety, and most earnestly invite you X) see them, that you may got some idea how much we are daily SAVING YOU and tliouumds of others, who have at last awakened to a realization "of HOW CHEAP WE SELL. TWENTY?FIVE per cent., SAVED you on ill Your, Dry Goods. Come early and see the numerous NOVELTIES, even if you do not SOME TO BUY. T FREW BROS. & KEESLER. " ii OUR BUYER i e f n t IS JUST BACK FROM THE I GREAT WHOLESALE MARKETS,' i ? s . AND HE SAYS HE J i t GOT THE "STUFF,": SO LOOK OUT FOR IT! DAILY FREIGHTS WILL RUSH IT IN. 1 i ? , I i 'l We Are Going to Knock the j Bottom Out of the High ! Price System. r i 1 OUR WAR PAINT IS ON j i And Our Flag Gives no Quarter to the Enemies of a Grand One Price System of Dealing With Yon. ? THE LATEST NOVELTIES! ! THE LOWEST LIVING PRICES! FREW BROS. A KEESLER. 3?' B. LOWRY. ? ?~ /m < *rr\ nn AnmrMTin UKY liUUDS AJND IxtlUUUttLEiS. GO TO LOWRY'S and get your Dry Goods and Groceries, as we want room for our NEW STOCK OF DRY MOODS, and have reduced prices on all goods. Wo have a run on our $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Shoes. They will surprise you when you examine them. Ladies' and Children's Shoes?all styles and prices. HA TS. Gents'and Boys' Straw Hats are going fast. Only a few left. Men's and Boys' Wool and Fur Hats just coming in and we will save you money on them. A FIRST CLASS WATCH. If you want a tirstclass Watch, give sue a trial and you will be surprised when I give you the prices and qualities. Fresh Groceries always in Stock and the Best. 20 pounds of Rice for one dollar. N pounds of ('ott'ee for one dollar. Call for Bahama Grated Pineapples, they are tho best. Salmon, Sardines, Mackerel, Tomato Catsup, Dew Drop Smoking Tobacco only 25 cents per pound. Just opened some fresh Mackerel. Wheat Bran and all grades of Flour cheap for the Cash. When you want a nice Ham, go to BOB LOWRY'S. DO YOU WANT TO BUY A CART, BUGGY OR SURRY, cheap? See advertisement of CRKIGIITON, SIIERFESEE A CO. RIDDLE & CARROLL. WE WANT 10,000 BUSHELS OF COTTON SEED. YEN, we want TEN thousand pushELSOF COTTON SEED. We want them to he sound. We want them us soon as wo can get them. We will take them in any quantity from ten bushels tin. We know you have none of this year's seed. We want last year's seed. We will pay the highest market price in cash for every bushel of merchantable seed brought to us. Don't delay as we want them while we have time to handle them. UIDDIiEtV; CAUROEE. T. BAXTER McCLAIN. HI'SIIKLS IIK'IIT100,000 ssr. [WANT 1,000,1X10 HI'Si I EES OE COTTON SEED, 100,(XX) HUSH EES OF WHICH I WANT IM M EDIATEEV, and forwhich I will j pay the highest market cash prices. 1 will be in the market during the entire season and I want to buveverv seed that comestothismarket. 1 have just received a car load of lirst-class j North Carolina Heart l'ine 1-Inch Shingles, which I am olfering very low for cash. They are scarce and hard to get, and if you are needing Shingles it would lie a real good idea to secure ynursupply iiumediatelv. ANOTHER CAR LOAD OF MARBLE! Will arrive at my Marble Yard at en early day, | which will make my supply complete. Call and I see me and 1 w ill lie glad to give vou any information you may desire in regard to Tombstones, Monuments or building Marble, w hether vou buv from me or not. T. H. M.CHAIN. i AIM?I,IC\TI1>\ |.'Olt niSCIIAKCi:. XT < )TICE is hereby given that the undersigned, 1.x Executoroftheestateof W. A. HA It N ETT, i deceased, will make a filial settlement w ith the Judge of Probate for York countv. on the 1'Jtli | DAY OF SEPTEMBER, I stU. at'1J o'clock M., w hen he w ill make application Ibr a final discharge from liability as executor of the said estate. .1. E. HAKNETT, Executor. Hetliel, S. ('., August II, IMH. J7 "it: THC 8TATC OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of York* in the court op common pleas. ra M. Robinson, Plaintiff, against J. B. Scott, as Administrator of James K. Robinson, deceased; Lucetta Moss, who, together with the Plaintiff, are the only living children of said deceased; James L. Moss ; and all and singular the persons who are the heirs-at-law of Lucinda Robinson, (formerly Lucinda Reeves) deceased, and who, as such, are interested in the real estate ot said deceased, to wit: William Reeves, Miles Reeves, Wylie Reeves, Stanhope Reeves, Richardson Reeves; Beverly Nelson and Cynthia Nelson, the only children of William Nelson and Nelson, (his wife), nee Reeves, a sister of the above named Lucinda Robinson, deceased. Or, ifany ofthe above named defendants are dead, the heirs-at-law, legatees or devisees of such deceased, names un. known ; other heirs-at-law of Lucinda Robinson, than those above named, (if any) names unknown, Defendants.?Summons for Relief?Complaint not Served. To the Defendants aoove named: C7*OU are hereby summoned and required to X answer the complaint in this action, which s tiled in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for the said county, and to serve i copy of your answer to the said complaint on he subscribers at their office in Yorkville. South Carolina, within twenty days after service hereof, exclusive of the day or such service: and if you kil to answer the complaint within the time .foresaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply o the Court for the relief demanded in the comilaint. Yorkville, S. C., August 17, A. D. 1891. FINLEY & BRICE, Plaintiff's Attorneys. L. s.] W. Brown Wvlie, C. C. C. Pis. minitb To the absent Defendants, William Reeves, vliles Reeves, Wylie Reeves, Benerly Nelson md Cynthia Nelson ; or if any of these defendmts are dead, then the heirs-at-law, legatees and iistributees of such deceased defendant, names inknown ; other heirs-at-law of Lu'cinda Robnson, deceased, if any, names unknown: Please ake notice that the Summons, together with the Join plaint herein, were filed in the office of the Jlerk of the Court of Common Pleas for said iounty, at Yorkville, S. C., on the 17th day of Yugust, 1891. PINLEY <fc BRICE, Plaintiff's Attorneys. August 19 28 Bt THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of York. IN THE COURT OP COMMON PLEAS. Walker Steele, Plaintiff, against W. B. Allison, W. B. Enloe, Martha Palls, James Allison, M. A. Allison. Jane Cane, Robert Davidson, J. J. Alexander. H. Emily Logan, heirs-atlaw of Robert A llison, deceased; or, if any of the above named defendants be dead, then the hcira-at-law of such deceased defendants; other heirs-at-law of Robert Allison, If any, names unknown, Defendants.?Summons for Relief?Complaint not Served. To the Defendants above named: YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for the said county, and to serve ei copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscribers at their office in Yorkville, South Carolina, within twenty days alter the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and' if you fail to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Yorkville, S. C., August 18, A. D. 1891. PINLEY & BRICE, Plaintiff's Attorneys. NOTICE. To the absent defendants, Jane Cane, J. J. Alexander, M. A. Allison, H. Emily Logan, James Allison and W. B. Enloe; or, if any or the above named defendants be dead, then to the heirs-atlaw of such deceased defendants: Please take notice that the Summons, together with the Complaint herein, was filed in the office of the Cleric of the Court of Common Pleas for said county, at Yorkville, S. C., on the 18th day of August, 1891. FINLEY & BRICE, Plaintiff's Attorneys. August 19 28 w THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, York Couuty. COURT OP COMMON PLEAS. D. D. Gaston, Plaintiff, against R. A. Johnson, Trustee, Defendant.?Summons for ReliefComplaint not Served. To the Defendant, R. A. Johnson, Trustee. Toll om tioKiliv mimmniKid and rwinirfid to X answer the complaint in this action, which is herewith filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for the raid countv, and to serve a copy of your answer to the saicf complaint on the subscribers at their office in Blacksburg, South Carolina, within twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Yorkville, S. C., August 11th, A. D. 1891. FINLEY & DeLOACH, Plaintiffs Attorneys. l. s.] W. Brown Wylik, C. C. C. Pis. NOTICE. To the absent Defendant, R. A. Johnson, Trustee : Please hike notice that the Summons and Complaint in the within cause was filed in the Clerk's office for York county, S. C., on the 11th day of August, A. 1). 1891. FINLEY<fc DeLOACH, Plaintiff's Attorneys. August 12 27 flt _THE~STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, York County. court of common pleas. Win. M. Moss, Plaintiff, against R. A. Johnson, Trustee, Defendant.?Summons for Relief? Complaint not Served. To the Defendant, R. A. Johnson, Trustee. YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which is herewith filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for the said county, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said comUinuiiliu/.nlioru lit tlinir ntlL-fl in Blacks tnirg, South Carolina, within twenty days after the sen-ice hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in tnis action will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. ' Yorkville, S. C., August 11th, A. D., 1891. FINLEY & DKLOACH, Plaintiff's Attorneys. [l. s.] W. Brown Wylib, C. C. C. Pis. NOTICE. To the absent Defendant, R. A. Johnson, Trustee : Please take notice that the Summons and Comnlaint herein was tiled in the Clerk's office for A ork county, S. C., on the 11th day of August, A. D. 1891. FINLEY it DELOACH, Plaintiffs Attorneys. _ August 12 _ 27 tit _ THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of York. court qf common pleas. D. S. Ramseur, Plaintiff, against R. A. Johnson, Trustee, Defendant.?Summons for Relief.? (Complaint served). To the Defendant above named: YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, of which a copy is herewith served upon you, and to servo a copy of your answer to thesaid comnlainton the subscriber, at his office in Blacksburg, South Carolina, within twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff' in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated August (>,1891. N. W. HARDIN, Plaintiff's Attorney. Summons and Complaint filed August 8, 1891. W. BROWN WYLIE, C. C. C. Pis. NOTICE. To the absent defendant, R. A. Johnson: Take notice that the Summons in tin's action, of which the foregoing is a copy, was tiled in the office of the t'lerk of the Court of Common Pleas, for York county, in said State, at York Court House, on theHth day of August, 1891. N. W. 1IARDIN, Plaintiff's Attorney. August 12 27 'Jt THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of York. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. W. Brown Wylie, Administrator of J. Bolton Smith, deceased, ugainst Q. Esther Kerr, J. Bolton Smith, M. Luella Smith and Nancy If. Smith, Defendants.?Summons for Relief?( 'omplaint not Served. To tho Defendants above named, and each of you: YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which is herewith thisday tiled in theoffice of tho Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, fertile said county, and to serve a copy of your answer to thesaid complaint on the subscriber at his office in Yorkville, South Carolina, within twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service ; and if you fail to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Yorkville,S. September9, A. I). 185)1. C. E. SPENCER, Plaintiff's Attorney. September ! .'11 fit GEO. H. O'GEARY. TWO CAR-LOADS OF STOVES, KAXCiES AM) c;KATES. ON 10 car-load this week, of F.IUHTY COOKINU SToVES from Charles Noble A Co., I'hiladelpliia, mostly Iron Kings and Klnios. This is my seventeenth year handling these Stoves. For twenty-live years they have had a continued sale in this county. The goods speak for themselves. 1 am also receiving a large line of IIKATIXC STOVES AND URATES, and a cheaper line of COOKINU STOVES, making my stock TWO CAR-LOADS ON HAND. < >ne word more. Freights are $1.01 for less than a car-load ; At cents less for car-load of 20,000 pounds, and that means StNi saved to start with. We have some other points on Stoves which enables us to keep the lead. (i. II. O'LEARY. CARPETS! CARPETS!! Twelve rolls of carpets, ail wool, cotton chains and unions, in by the 15th of September. Large line of Rugs, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Cornice Poles, etc., for sale cheap, at U. II. O'LEARY'S. i i rmti re: furniture!! 170 V E new Sets of PARLOR FURNITURE . just in. A large lineof Red room Furniture, Chairs, Tables, Sideboards, Safes, Bedsteads, Bureaus, and everything in this line, for sale cheap,at ' U. II. O'LEARY'S. TWO l-ROOM COTTAGES TO RENT. ONE of them on Pinckney street; the other on Cleveland avenue. Both have wells of water on I he premises and arc comfortable buildings. For terms applv to T." BAXTER MeCLAIN. September ! .'SI tf