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ROCK HILL HAPPENINGS.
Marriage?For Cruelty to Animals?Death
of an Estimable Lady?A Street FightBusy
Time for the Physlclaus?Other
Notes.
Correspondence of the YorkvlUe Enquirer.
Rock Hill, September 21.?Mr. John
Steele, a popular young man formerly of this
place, was married last Wednesday afternoon
to Miss Anna Williams, one of Rock Hill's
"fairest and best." The happy couple took
the 2.40 train for Westchester on the G. C.
& N. railroad, where Mr. Steele is depot
agent. The happy couple have the best wishes
of all who know them, and that is a good
number.
One day last week Trial Justice Waters
fined one of Henry Toole's barbers $26.90
for severely driving and abusing a pair of
horses belonging to J. T. Roddey, a few
weeks ago.
A pleasant straw ride was indulged in by
a host of little ones last Friday night. They
filled the air with their merry laughter as
they passed along the street.
Mr. J. A. Pride, of Knoxville, Tenn., spent
several days last week with his father's
family.
Rev. R. A. Childs, the former pastor of
the Methodist church at this place, is on a
visit to the members of his old congregation.
He preached for them on Sunday morning.
Rev. A. P. Pugh, for a long time pastor of
the Baptist church here, is expected to return
to Rock Hill soon from Mississippi on a
visit to his many friends.
Mrs. D. E. Boney, who has been lingering
for some time with typhoid fever, died at 2
o'clock Sunday morning. This much beloved
woman leaves a husband and seven or
eight little children, besides a multitude of
valued friends to mourn her seemingly untimely
death. The oldest daughter is about
14 years of age. Funeral services were '
conducted at the house Sunday afternoon by
Rev. J. R. Pentuff, assisted by Revs. Watson
and Anderson, of the Methodist and Presbyterian
churches respectively.
Mrs. Baiter, who is down with fever, is
said to be doing as well as could be expected.
Mrs. M. A. Cobb and son, Charley, who
have been visiting relatives in Salisbury,
Concord and Charlotte, returned today.
On last Saturday night a cutting and clubbing
affray took place near the home of Jack
Knox, colored, in the western part of town.
One white man and a negro came near losing
their lives. In fact, at the present writing
(lien? IS lltt&C 1V1 luv V* V??MVa
There are numerous reports as to the cause
of the trouble, and it is difficult to get at the
facts. HowevCr, this much is certain : Two
white men, brothers, named respectively
Frank and Ephraim "Wilson, were going toward
the home of one of the Wilsons. This
was at about 9 o'clock. They met a party
of negroes, supposed to be four iu number, i
named Will Caldwell, Jake Freeman, Ruff
Hope and another whose name I have not
learned. A fight ensued. Frank Wilson :
was beaten nearly to death with a club, and
Ephriam Wilson was also considerably used
up. Will Caldwell, one of the negroes, was
cut across the abdomen. His intestines
dropped out and it was necessary for him to
carry them to Cornwell & Sandifer's drug 1
store in his hands. Here Drs. Fewell, Corn- '
well and Kendall gave him their attention. ,
While the doctors were busy with the negro,
Frank Wilson was also brought in. He was .
in a still more critical condition, his skull
having been crushed by a blow from a club.
Ephriam Wilson also came in, badly in need J
of attention. Though the doctors already
had their hands fiill, to make matters worse,
still another case was brought. It was a
little negro boy of Tom Thomasson's, living
about four miles from town. He had been ;
nearly killed byjbeing kicked on the head by <
a mule. After several hours hard work, !
however, all the wounded were patched up J
as well as their condition would admit of.
At least two, Wilson and the Caldwell negro,
will probably die.
No one seems to know the cause of the
Wilson trouble, though it is certain that some :
of the parties to the affair were drunk, |
s Some of the negroes claim that the white men :
brought on the fuss, but a good many think (
that the negroes were the aggressors. The <
negroes had been employed at the cotton
seed oil mill and struck for higher wages.
The white men w^re employed in their
places, and this is thought to have been the origin
of the grudge. ]
On Sunday afternoon, Dan Long, a young ,
white boy who works for Mr. Brown Mc- t
Fadden, near town, was seriously hurt by 1
being horned in the throat by a cow. His .
wound was sewed up by Drs. Cornwell and ]
Miller, and he is doing very well. He took
no opiate, and is said to have stood the doc- j
?"o' twiBtmonf lib-a a harrv 1
Mrs. w. 8. Robertson, feeling unwell Sun- i
day morning, saturated a handkerchief with
chloroform, and covering her face with it laid j
down. Sometime afterward one of her sons 1
found her asleep and was unable to wake her.
He summoned a physician at once and it was
with considerable difficulty that she was
awakened. She had underestimated the i
power of the drug, thinking that she had
not taken enough to put her to sleep. !
There will be a protracted meeting at the (
Methodist church this week. Visiting ministers
will be here and there will be preaching
every morning and night. E.
blacksburo'budget.
Overhauling the Baptist Church?Mr. D. D. ;
Gaston Is Arranging to Build a Cotton i
Factory.
Correspondence of the Yorkvllle Enquirer. ,
Blacksburg, September 22.?The warm, i
summer-like weather continues, for which
our farmers are devoutly thankful.
The Baptists of our town are having their
church building completely overhauled, inside
and out, preparing it for the meeting of
the association which will convene here on
Thursday, the 1st day of October next. The
appearance of the building has been greatly i
improved and its comfort added to. 1
Mr. D. D. Gaston is^till engaged in the '
preliminary work for erecting a cotton fac- i
tory at Gaston's falls, on Broad river. I '
noted in a former letter his having a road j
surveyed from a point on the Air-Line rail- t
road to the falls. Mr. Wm. C. Black was
the engineer, and his report shows the dis- j
tance to be three and a quarter miles, on
good ground, with a rise and fall of one foot
to the mile. The descent from the head to
the foot of the falls is twenty-four feet; the
river is 600 feet wide, with a volume of
twenty-six inches of water and a velocity of
800 feet per minute. At this point is an island
of considerable size, above the upper
end of which can be built a wing dam upon
a rock bottom, that will throw the river .
along a channel between the island and the j
main bank, that will give an immense power.
It is extremely gratifying to feel that this ,
valuable wafer.power is to be utilized at last. >
And every one who knows Mr. Gaston's industry
and perseverance is sijre that he will !
succeed in his enterprise. i
It is a fact, well known among the older '
settlers of this section, that the United States j
government selected Gaston's foils for the i
purpose of building a factory for the manufacture
of fire arms and ordinance ; but ow- '
ing to some irregularity in the titles to the !
property, it was determined to locate the i
buildings at Harper's Ferry. There are still |
evidences of the prospective work that was
done by the government in order to determine
the suitability of the locatiou. w. A.
? Colonel S. B. Pickens, general freight
and passenger agent of the Charleston, Cincinnati
and Chicago railroad, died at his
home in Charleston last Thursday. Colonel
Pickens was 32 years of age. He served |
through the war with distinguished gallantry
and has been in the railroad business ever
since 1869. His death causes deep regret
throughout the State, and his family has
received many sympathetic telegrams from
' railroad men all over the South.
THE THERMOMETER'S RECORD j
? - -1- n 11 OO nil I
For tne weeK miuhik oqucmm. ??"?
servations by Mr. J. R. Schorl).
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Wednesday 16.... 62 84 76 74 87 61 .... |
Thursday 17 'U 86 <9 , d? 89 64 ....
Friday 18 66 86 <8 ; <7 Kj |w ....
Satunlay 19 65 87 < 9 77 JO 64
Sunday 20 70 86 81 <9 89 .9 ....
Monday 21 ' <>8 84 77 d> 8/ 68
Tuesday 22 66 87 <8 77 851 6.) ....
Mean for week Jj6__86__78_77^<>_^>|^^^ j
obituary.
Died?Near Begonia, September 14, 1801,
WILLIAM EARLK, youngest child of Mr.
Win. B. and Mrs. L. V. Riddle, aged 14 months
and 14 dpys.
Jflarlitt Jtrporfs.
YOKKVILLE, September 23.?Cotton 7J to 8,
CHARLESTON, September 21.?Cotton 8J.
LIVERPOOL, September 21.?Cotton 4jd.
NEW YORK, September 21.-Cotton 88. Futures
closed firm, with sales of 118,400 bales at
follows: September, 8.12 to 8.15; October, 8.14 tc
8.15; November, 8.82 to 8.33; December, 8.48 tc
8.40; January, 8.85 to 8.06; February, 8.80 to 8.81;
March, 8.83; April, 9.02to 9.0.3; May, 9.12 to 0.13;
June, 9.21 to 9.?1; July, 0.20 to 0.3/; August,
9.36 to 9.38.
Comparative Cotton Statement.
NEW YORK, September 18.?Thefollowing is
the comparative cotton statement for the week
ending September 18,1891: 1891. 1890.
Net receipts at all U. S. ports, 159,338 171,0.3!
Total receipts to date, 289,866 348,.'{87
Exports for the week, 41,833 71,584
Total exports to date, 91,849 149,07i
Stock at all United States ports,..381,234 218,51:4
Stock in intorior towns, 30,399 19,8th
Stock in Liverpool 746,090 549,OOt
Stock afloat for Great Britain, 50,000 130,OOt
Special gjotiefs.
Cammunlon at Sharon.
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be
administered at Sharon A. R. P. church, on Sun
day, 27th of September, 1891. Preaching will
be commenced on Friday previous at 10 a. m.
The pastor will be assisted by Rev. J. C. Galloway.
R. A. Ross, D. R., Pastor.
September 23 33 It
Preaching at Clover.
There will be preaching at Clover next Saturday
at 2.30 p. m., and on Sunday at 11 a. m.
The Sunday-school will bo held immediately
after tho morning service on Sunday. The
church conference will be held on Saturday after
the afternoon service.
There will be preaching at Cross Roads Schoolhouse
next Sunday at 3.30 p. in.
P. J. M. Osbohnk, Pastor.
York Baptist Association.
The twenty-third annual session of the York
Baptist Association will convene with Berea
church, Blacksburg, S. C., on Thursday before
the First Sunday in October, 1st
proximo, at 11 a. m.
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. McCubbins, Clerk.
September 9 31 3t
A. R. P. Sabbath-School Convention.
Following is the programme of the Associate
Reformed Presbyterian Sabbath-school convention,
which holds its annualmeeting at Hickory
Grove, on October 8 and 9:
thursday, october 8th?3 o'clock r. m.
Subject 1. Advantages of being in tho Sabbathschool.
Speakers?Thomas Hayes and A. S.
Rodgers.
SuDiect 2. Who should be in the Sabbathschool
and why? Speakers?W. F. Smith,
Robert Riggins and Thomas McDill.
Subject 3. How can a church best assist a paster
to 'make his church work most effective?
Speakers?J. M. White, W. T. Barron and Rev.
R. A. Roas, D. D.
thursday, october 9.
Subject 1. What part ought the pastor to take
in the Sunday-school ? Speakers?D. E. Finley,
Robert Plaxco and Rev. R. M. Stevenson.
Subject 2. The aim of the teacher in Sabbathschool
instruction. Speakers?John Plaxco, W.
J. Miller and Rev. J. C. Galloway.
September 23 33 tf
APPLICATION FOR CHARTER.
NOTICE is hereby given 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 16 32 5t
~GTN SHARPENING AND~ REPAIRING.
Bring on your gins to w. j. jones.
He does not file them, but CLIPS THEM
OUT as good as new. He also does all kinds of
GIN REPAIRING AND GUARANTEES
SATISFACTION. His shoo is on the C. and L.
railroad, two-and-a-half intles South of Yorkville.
W. J. JONES.
September 9 31 3t
APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE.
VTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
131 Executor of the estate of JOSEPH MILLER,
deceased, will make a fim,l settlement with
the Judge of Probate for York county, on the
2ND DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1891, at 12 o'clock
M., when he will make app ication for a final
discharge from liability as ex -cutor of the said
ostate. W. J. MILuER, Executor.
September 23 33 5t
A DMI NISTRATOR'SVOTI C E.
A LL persons indebted to the estate of JULIA
?jl E. MOSS, deceased, are hereby notified to
nake immediate payment to the undersigned.
Persons having claims against the said estate
ire requested to present the same, properly authenticated,
within the the time prescribed by
aw. JOHN G. MOSS, Administrator.
September 16 32 3t
PSHAW fl THOUGHT IT WAS TAFFV!
NO ITS NOT TAFFY, but it is the most
delicious line of FANCY CANDIES ever
leen in Yorkville. It is pure wholesome Confectionery
fresh from the factory, and the public
is invited, to call on me for that quality of goods.
I have on hand FRESH CREAM CHEESE,
md a nice lot of CANNED GOODS. When you
Want BREAD or CAKE, of course you know to
buy it of LOUtS ROTH.
~ MY AIM AND PURPOSE.
I SHALL continue to keep constantly on hand
a choice stock of FAMILY AND FANCY
GROCERIES, and ask for a continuance of the
very liberal patronage that has been bestowed
on mv establishment in the past. It shall always
be my one aim and puqoose to please my
customers. Ariosa Coffee, lie-No Tea, White
House Laundry Soap, etc., always in stock.
CHOICE CONFECTIONERIES A SPECIALTY.
AGNES MOORE.
EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS^
A LL TEACHERS OF FREE SCHOOLS
a Oorfifinalo rioted within two
years, are required To appear at Yorkville, between
the houra of 8 A. M.. and 5 P. M., on
FRIDAY, THE 2ND DAY OF OCTOBER,
L89I, for examination. The law makes it obligatory
on trustees to hire only those who have certificates
from the County School Commissioner.
Let ussee that the law is enforced.
JAMES G'ANSLER,
School Commissioner.
September 16 .'12 2t
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
York County.
WHEREAS Mrs. S. M. SMITH has applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on
ill and singular the goods and chattels, rights
md credits of Dr. S. A. SMITH, late of the
L-ounty aforesaid, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
ind singular the kindred und creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at our
next Probate Court for the said county, to be
tiolden at York Court House, on THURSDAY,
the 8th day of OCTOBER, 1891, at 12 o'clock
M., to show cause, if any, why the said Administration
should not be granted,
jriven under my Hand and Seal, this 22nd day of
September, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-one, and in the
116th year of American Independence.
W. H. MoCORKLE,
Probate Judge of York county.
September 23 33 2t
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
Ex-parte Lena C. Wright, Administratrix, In
Re. John L. Wright, deceased.
BY virtue of an order of the Probate Court,
the undersigned will expose to sale at public
auction, AT CLOVER, S. C., ON MONDAY
THE 28TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1891, at
11 o'clock A. M., the undivided one-half interest
of JOHN L. WRIG1IT, deceased, in the
STOCK OF GOODS OF BARRON A WRIGHT.
Terms and conditions of Sale as fixed by the
order.?One-third of the purchase money to be
paid May 1, 1892 ; halam 9 in two equal installments
of one and two years, respectively, from
that date, with interest "rom day of sale, with
?ood security; with the j rivilege to the purchaser
to pay all cash on day of side, or to pay the
third installment when the second becomes due.
Provided that no bid shall be recognized that is
less than 7"> per cent, of tho appraisement; and,
provided further, that the Administratrix may
withdraw'the said interest from sale, until further
ordered to sell, at any time before the bidding
reaches the appraisement, but not afterwards.
LENA C. WRIGHT,
Administratrix.
September 23 33 It
HOARDING SCHOOL.
Due West Female College, Due West, S. C.
f THIRTY SUCCESSIVE YEARS
i OF SUCCESSFUL WORK. Next
^ session opens FIRST MONDAY IN
? OCTOBER. Splendid advantages
f offered at low cost. Send for catalogue
and examine into the merits o!
the institution. Mrs. 0. M. BONNER,
II. K. BONNER,
Duo West, S. ('.
August ;> 20 Ot*
PURMAN UNIVERSITY,
CiKBENYILLE, S. C.
<\ MANLY, IK I)., Tresldent,
_ TIIK nextsession will open on SEP//m
TEMBER :WTII, I??I. THE COLLKOK
DKPARTM KNT includes tin
regular College Currieiilum. Then
yrW is also a PRKPARAToRY DKPA
RTM KNT 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,
DIJE WEST, S. C.
NOW IN ITS5gNI) YEAR.
? TWO fuli courses. A. B. and 15. S
Special attention to English. Locals.
tion healthful and accessible. Coin^
muuication by telegraph. The re^
ligious inlluenee most decided.
OVER ->00 ORADUATKS.
Total expenses for nine months, $I0.">. Elegant
new building in process of erection. Send foi
catalogue to W. M. OltlKR, President.
August 20 20 f>t
VVAWY.A wsaw www ????.?? >H\\W
WRIGHT'S MILLS FOR SALE. w
UNDER the conditions named in the decree i
of the circuit court for York county, in the J
case 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 TRAP T
' The tract contains 130 ACRES, and lies on Alii- H
son creek, near Clay Hill, S. C. A plat of the -J
same is on file in the Clerk's Office. B
Tkrms?One-fourth Cash, and the remainder F
; in three equal annual installments, with interest N
' from sale, to be secured by bond and a mortgage R
' of the premises. n
Parties desiring to purchase may also confer n;
with my attorney, C. E. SPENCER, Esq., at a
? York vific, S. C.
E. E. WRIGHT, Executrix 6C
of J. L. Wright, deceased. w
' September 9 31 tf tl
\ TAX NOTICE 180O-'91. in
I OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER, st
t Yn?ifvir.i.R. S. P.. Sentember 15. 1891. d.'
i TX accordance with law, my books will i>e open
1 ON THE 15TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1891, T
' for the collection of STATE, COUNTY ANI) ?
' SPECIAL TAXES, for the fiscal year beginning i,
November 1st, 1890, and will be kept open UN- ?
TIL THE 15TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1891. *
For the accommodation of tax-payers, I will .
attend at the following plaeeson the days named:
At Yorkville, Thursday 15th, Friday lOthand B
Saturday 17th days of October, 1891.
1 At Antioch, Bethesda township, on Monday,
19th day of October, 1891. ft!
I At Tirzah, on Tuesday, the 20th day of Octoher,
1891. r;
At Newport, on Wednesday, the 21st day of
October, 1891.
At Clay Hill, on Thursday, the 22ml day of October,1891.
*
At Thompson's Mill, on Friday, the 2.'ird day ,,
of October, 1891. *,
At Bethel, on Saturday, the 24th day of October,
1891. ..
A1 Sharon, on Monday, the 20th day of Octo,
ber, 1891.
At Hickory Grove, on Tuesday, the 27th day *
of October, 1891.
At Clark's Fork, on Wednesday, tho 28th day
of October, 1891.
At Bethany, on Thursday, the 29th day of Oc- .
tober, 1891. fl
At Clover, on Friday, the .Kith, ami Saturday,
the .'llstdayH of October, 1891.
At Yorkville, lVom Monday, the 2nd day of
November, until Monday, tho 9th day of No- n
i vember, 1891. J
At Buffalo, on Tuesday, tho 10th day of November,
1891.
At Grover, on .Wednesday, the 11th day of hi
November, 1891. at
At wiapkHbiirc. on Thursday, the 12th, and un
Friday, the 13th (fays of November, 185)1.
At Yorkville, on Saturday, the 14th, and on c'(
, Monday until 12 M., the 16th day of Novem- "]
bember, 1891.
1 At Coates's Taveni, on Monday, the 16th, from ol
1 3 o'clock P. M., until 12 M, on Tuesday, the 17th T
day of November, 1891. tli
At Fort Mill, on Wednesday, the 18th, and hi
Thursday, the 19th days of November, 1891. w
At Rock Hill, from Friday, the 20th, until lu
Thursday, the2?th day of November, 185)1. sc
At McConnellsville, on Friday, the 27th day of bi
November, 185)1. m
At J. W. Carroll's, on Saturday, the 28th day w
November, 1891. fr
At Yorkville, from the 30th day of November, ai
until the 15th day of December, 1891, inclu- th
sive, after which day the books will be closed tli
and tho 15 per cent, penalty will attach. T
H. A. D. NEELTi, County Treasurer. B
September 16 32 tf ai
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sell you anything and everything for less than
any other man, don't buy from us. ^
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AND ARE AMONG OUR REGULAR CUS- i"
TOMERS TO-DAY. Why will you stick to
that nefarious old custom? THIS IS A PROGRESSIVE
AGE! Look around you and see J1!
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OUR NEW GOODS ARE READY. Si
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We are determined TO SING THE LOWEST
OF PRICES IN YOUR EARS until no other
music will bo hailf ho .sweet.
THE BALL STARTS TO ROLL TO DAY! fl
Be a now num. Reason with yourself a Heeond,
and SEE WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU.
BIt? SAVING FOR EACH BUYER. Bring
your wife on.
MTIjI-JIISTTCIIY l
UNDER MRS. MALLARD is now in full
blast.
FREW BROS. A KEESLER, J
Lowest ('ash Priee House.
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PRINTED TO HE HEAD.
IT eosts us money to have this printed. It
eosts you nothing to read it, and it will tell
vou whereto buy your Drugs, Chemicals, Patent
Medicines, Plasters, Pills, Toilet and Laundry
Sonus, Perfumery, Hair, Nail and Tooth Brush- .
es, Face Powders, Vaseline, Pomades, Ac. Also '
where you can get the best Starch and as pure n|
i Soda as was ever put in bread at f> cents per
nound. You will also learn where to buy the
highest test Oil?Red and White?ait 20 cents j>er
gallon. We will occasionally have something
to say in regard to Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff
that will be of interest to you. We will talk
about Stationery, and feel confident we can save
you money in this line, rail ami see our i^oie
Paper at 5 cents per quire and Envelopes to i;
match at 5 cents per package?just as good as
you have paid 10 cents for. llave an elegant It
stock of fine Paper by the quire and in boxes.
Slates and Pencils cheaper than ever before
heard of. Hlauk Hooks?well come and see
; them. LOWRY A STARR.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
WE have a full and complete stock of everything
in our line. Our goods are pure and V
fresh. Our prices are as low as the lowest, and
we can save you money on a great many articles. S
HOWRY A STARR.
KMIII* THIS IN MINI).
W E are always glad to see you.
2. No trouble to show goods.
.'{. If you don't see what you want ask for it.
i 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. m
f?. A full assortment always on hand.
<>. To please our customers is our greatest de
light. LdWRY A STARR, 1
Leading Druggists. i
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TWO 1-ltOOM COTTAC1ES TO RENT. ,.(
ONE of them on Pinckney street; the other ai
on Cleveland avenue. Roth have wells of J ti
tj water on the prcmiscsand areeoiiifortable build- i.r
i ings. For terms apply to
T. RANTER McCLAIN.
' September!' Ill tf
'. K. FERGUSON. J. M. FKROUSOP
FERGUSON BROS.
IT'S NOT QUEER
rHAT PEOPLE are so fast finding out tin
FERGUSON BROTHERS' FANCY GRC
ERY STORE is the best place in town to bu
ainilv Groceries. They keep their store f
eaT and tidy as a reception
OOM, and ladies can, at anytime, stop in an
lake their purchases and have them sont im
tediately to their liomes without furtlicr ar
oyance.
Besides their $1.00 Tea that they are selling r
I cents, they have several grades of good Coflfe
hieli you can easily afford to sweeten wit
icir Granulated Sugar at 20 pounds for $1.
Yes, and FERGUSON BROTHERS are sell
ig Corned Beef at 15 cents a box; they ai
siting their Salmon at the same price. The
on't ask but 10 cents for their Potted Meat, an
icir Canned Mackerel is just splendid wlie
ou will squeeze the liquor from tnem, roll int
fills and fry in meal. They have chipped I)rie
eef, and the HOTTEST PICK ELS O]
ARTH. If you want Snowllako Cracken
ERGUSON BROTHERS keep them.
Laundry Material of all kinds can be roun
their store. Wash Hoards at 10 cents. Octi
m Soap?the best laundry soap in the work
Remember that FERGUSON BROTHER
ill buy all the Chickens and Eggs they ca
;t. They want Butter too, but it must be goot
liej' don't "monkey," but will pay you th
ASH down, then you spend the money whei
rer you like. They buy for Cash and sell fc
ash.
" All Roods bought of FERGUSON BROS
ill be delivered promptly by their "COOTKR.
HORSE and MULE SHOES are not Famil
roceries but we keep them for the convenient'
f the public all the same.
We nave a splendid coop of Chickens on hand
lis morning. We also liave a few pounds f
ico Butter.
, MERITORIOUS MONUMENT
TO A MERITORIOUS MAN
rHE following editorial is taken from Th
American Dairyman, of New York, of Au
ist 13. The Dairyman is a paper that stand
igh in the estimation of the American pcoph
id its utterances in regard to the Mutual Rt
xvo Fund Life Association are worthy of th
msideration of all who have others depender
ion them. Rend what it says :
This is an age of progress, anil it is becam
' the progressive men who live and act in i
he men mnke the age. The nge does not mak
icmcn. Fifty years ago the man who woul
ive told us that the telephone or phonograp
ere possibilities would have been decried as
natic. Morse, the father of the telegraph, wn
outed as a man with more imagination thn
rains. Ten years ago the business of life insn
mce was in the hands of monopolists; me
ho made their own basic figures and argue
om their own premises to a false conclusioi
id crowded their theories down the throats t
le public "willy, nilly," They knew it al
lese Goliahs of protection and investmen
hey were the PhilLstians of a benevolent causi
ut there was a David with his sling and pebbl
vaiting to meet them. He met them, and thci
oliah fell.
It is just about eight years since Edward I
arper, for many years a member of the Arm
' tne Monopolists, who knew all their "trick
id their manners," essayed to meet them wit
legend 011 his banner, which read. "Down wit
'onopoly?Insurance for the people?Insu nine
cost." He was set upon, as a matter c
mrse, by the cohorts and spies of the enemj
e was hounded day and nignt. Jobs innumei
>le and schemes most despicable were put uno
mi and woven around him. Stephen Englis
tout to "down ilatrpar," out wiepnen pei
hc<l in tho attempt, and passed on to his rc
ard. Every old line journal in the land joinc
i tho pursuit of Harper, and if ever a eonsoli
itcd conspiracy existed for the dcthroneineii
id destruction of an individual, it existed fc
ledown fall and wiping out; of Edward 11. Hai
;r and the Mutual Reservo Fund Life Assc
ation.
And it came to pass that Edward 11. Harpc
as not destroyed. He was not that kind of
an. He had brains, he had energy, he ha
uck, he knew he was right, that he was on th
tie of justice, and he fought like a regiment r
jers for tho faith that was in him. The rcsu
as that he won the fight, and for years his of
incuts have been well satisfied to let Edwar
. Harper alone. He is, and has been for year
the insurance world, "Tho Man Who Dares,
id by his daring and openness has put his com
my at the very head or similar institutions.
Mr. Harper's idea was tliut tho old line life insv
,nce companies were charging the policy holdc
much larger amount for his insurance than
lould cost, even with ample loading for expent
i. And he has proved he was right. The Mi:
al Reserve has paid all its losses and all its es
rnses, and the policy holders have had to pa
it aliout one half that they would have paid i
1 old line company for the same amount t
demnity. This Assiociation paid within th
xty days ending August 1st, death claims t
e amount of $.198,498.81, and tho first five day
this month it paid $34.1,250, a total of mor
an $700,000 in sixty-five days. It has a cas!
serve surplus of $1,015,000; it has paid since
;gan business over $11,250,000 in death cluims
lias over 00,000 members, and has $225,000,000 c
suranco in force.
Could those results have been achieved 1m
. B. Harper been wrong? It is impossibli
o knew ho was right, and that the people ha
sen paying altogether too much for tnoir ir
ranee. He has builded upon a rock. He 1m
anaged his great enterprise with consumuiat
ct, energy, perseverance and pluck, and tli
utual Reserve Fund Life Association stand
-day a meritorious monument to a nieritoriou
an.
$28,000 IN TEN DAYS.
The following editorial appeared in the Jack
n, Tcnn., Dispatch of June 12, 1891:
Special attention is called to tho solid facts pre
nted in another column of this paper, wiicr
le of the largest life insurance companies <
ew York has, in the past ten days, paid in thi
immunity $28,000 casn to the beneficiaries of il
iceasod mem born, wften only 914, uiiu worn
ivo been received by them if their fathei
id husbands had put tho same money in th
gh-rate companies. Such a comparison read
y explains why all tho high-priced compank
imbine in lighting tho Mutual Reservo Fun
ifo Association. They know full well if the
m't persuade people to doubt that compan
icy never could get the prices they chargi
re have seen a letter from the old preside!
' tho Fourth National bank of New Yorl
ying there is 110 better eompany in the work
id when we seo the leading olticials i
her life insurance companies, and the 7C
ominent business men or Memphis, Jackso
id everywhere taking large policies in it, w
ust submit they have not been fools when the
op their high-rate policies. Mr. Ross Wit!
spoon, the department manager, was raise
nongus. No one stands higher in our com
unity, and it is with pleasure we commcn
111 and his excellent company.
Any information in regard to annual cost an
ie Mutual Reserve's ability and willingnet
discharge its every obligation will be cliee'i
lly furnished. The matter of life insurant
nnands your prompt attention. Some hav
istponed the matter to a more convenient sen
in, and we are all familiar with the results.
J. S. BRICE, General Agent,
Yorkvillc, S. ('.
September 20 .'W tf
HRS.T. M. DO?SON
ROBSON'S RACKET.
OWEST DRY GOODS HDSTLEI
IN YORKVILLE.
^"ELE, lie has gone, and ybti may look 011
OR SOME NICE THINGS IN A FEV
'EEKS.
"Well, my friend, who are you talkiugabout?
1'IIE OLD CHAP-T. M. DOItSON.
"And pray, tell mo where he lias gone?"
"IIE IS NOW IN NEW YORK SEEEP'I
\*<J HIS KALE STOCK, which will he; eel
in to tickle the fancy and pockets of his in
lerons eustftniers."
Please don't hny
A DRESS, HAT OR BONNET,
Util onrs arrive, for WE WI EE II AVE SO.M
EAl'TIES, and with them
MISS HO OPES.
fhose taste and line work created Sl'C'II
ENSATION EAST SEASON IN YORK
IEEE.
Yours for trade.
HOI!SON'S PACK ET,
APPLICATION FOR DISCHAROF.
WjoTH'E is hereby yiven tiiat the undcrshri
.A ed, Administrator of the estate of J. HEM
*? STACY, will make a KINAE SETTIJ
IENT with the Judge of Probate for Vol
unity, on the 17TH DAY oE (K'TOPER nex
t 12 o'clock, noon, when he will make applies
on I'ora linal discharge from liability as Adiuii
itrntorof the said estate.
W. It. SMITH, Administrator,
('lover, S. <'.
Se] item her 1<? >2 at
KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON. C
GONE FOR MORE!
it
PART OF OUR FALL STOCK OF DRY j
? GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, SHIRTS,
id COLLARS, NOTIONS, etc., has beon received,
ii
and
" MR. WILLIAM M. KENNEDY
ie
h
^ Is now in the Northern markets BUYINO
e MORE. We expect to carry a largo stock this T
y > JL
(1 season, and we want yon and all your neighbors, w
o friends and acquaintances, to come to us for your ^
1^ goods in our lino.
a WE BUY OUR GOODS TO SELL
Is
WE BUY FIRST-CLASS GOODS, wo buy the
n w
j. latest styles, we compete with everybody who in
' handles our lines, and avc think avc can make
,r you happy if LOW PRICES and a
"y SUPERIOR QUALITY OF GOODS ,
? s
i Are likely to be conducive of happiness. hi
I!1 rii
We respectfully and earnestly urgo EVERY- hi
- BODY WHO IS INDEBTED TO US, in any *
amount lor goods, to settle their accounts at the
earliest possible moment. We need the money
and hope this notice will besullicient. We sold ^
you goods at a reasonable price and think our
0 friends should show their appreciation by settling
promptly.
KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON.
"f
6 ____________
1 NO FAVORITES j
!; , tb
?In the Matter under Con- ?
3 sideration! I
1 * A.
FT1HIS WEEK, we desire to say to our friends ^
3* whose names nppear on our books, that we have ?
'r a feAv Avords for their consideration, which avo _
1. hope they will give their best attention. '
^ We have been living in the town of Yorkville
J1 for about eighteen years, during which time we
e have been conducting a lenient, indulgent bnsif
ness, extending credit and accomodations to our
fellow men whom we thought were honest
h enough to pay it. These nccounts are all due E
OCTOBER 1ST, by which time Ave hope to see
d our impression veritied and every account on
It our ledger ornamented with parallel red lines, /"
>rlc??.?un??rt TOVKWVlinnY. that is EVERY- ^
>- BODY who i.s indebted to us, regardless of ^
,r eolor, race or previous condition, to come for''
(J
* ward at once and make tlieir payments. We
<1 hi
e don't want anyone to bo presumptuous enough
[| to think that ho is not meant by this call. More ^
than apt such an individual is the very one for aI
s which it is intended. We don't want people 01
ft
against whom we hold mortgages, to think that 8t
we don' t mean thorn; wo don't want them to U]
;r say "oh, well he's secured; he don't mean me!"
j* No, don't think that, for wo do. Don't think
i- that because we hold your note, and that because
F
y it is drawing interest, that we don't mean you;
Jj. don't think that because you only owe us $4.95, ^
e and "that we don't need it," that we don't mean
h y?u? f?r we are certain that vo do. We don't tl
want you to think that because the prico of cot-.
it ton is higher now than it was when you made ^
the debt, that we doitft mean you, for wo do.
Wo say again, and for the last time, that WE
3. DON'T WANT YOU TO THINK THAT WE P'
? DON'T NEED THE MONEY, AND THAT N
? YOU WILL PAY IT AGAIN, for my friends
e
e it makes no difference to you whether we need ai
^ it or not, it is ours, it is duo AND WE MUST
HAVE IT. Very Respectfully,
WM. C. LATIMER. is
; ATTENTION, GENTLEMEN]
?f A BOUT FIFTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
lH 1\. WORTH OF STYLISH TAILOR-MADE
* CLOTHING HAS ARRIVED, WITH AS
u MUCH MORE TO FOLLOW! We are going t
* to buck and gag the tiger this 1U11. We are going I
1? to enter the commercial amphitheatre as a gladiator,
and go down into the arena armored with
* SPLENDID FITTING FINE GOODS AT
(1 PRICES THAT KNOW NOT DEFEAT!
I WE WANT
!l EVERYBODY TO WITNESS THE FIGHT -i
j? and examine the material with which this great "
* contest is to bo waged. We are going to Clothe
" an army, and the sooner you make a requisition
on our quartermaster, the more satisfactorily will
you be ready for the service and hardships of
0 the coming
if WINTER CAMPAIGN!?
(I Onward, Gentlemen. Bo up and doing, for our
Clothing this coming season excels the long
(j years of merited reputation of THE FASHION
,y IJAZAAR and staiulsalone in selection, tjUAL?_
ITY, MATERIAL AND MAKE, with prices
that no citv merchants in the Carolinas can af
0 ford to cut. Ws will defend our prices at all haz.
zards?the quality will defend itself.
J&y Buy tne Kabo Corset.
W. C. LATIMER.
CELERY SALT. p
IS a most delicious preparation for xoasoning al
meats and soups and can always be found at ,S1
LATIMER'S FANCY GROCERY.
_ By the way, housekeepers, we want you to
read this : We have the best line of PICKLES
in town ; they are simply immense. Here's how
we pet them. We buy them for our own table, 5
- but instead of putting them in the pantry we
put them in the Grocery store and oiler them
for sale at about cost. We have Spanish Queen
Olives, Cucumber Pickles, Tomato Ketchup,
I'epper Sauce, French Mustard and English
Mustard. In potted meats we handle RICHARDSON
A BOBBINS' CELEBRATED
DEVILED HAM. We also keep Armour's
Potted Meats, by way of comparison.
? Go over ill the Dry ( nods' room and buy a
1 KABO CORSET. W.M. C. LATIMER.
I
DO YOU WANT TO 11UY A CART,
BUGGY OR SURRY, cheap? See advertisement
of
CREIGHTON, SHERFESEE A CO.
; RIDDLE A CARROLL.'
RED RUST I'RDOF OATS. |
A CAR-LOAD OF RED Rl'ST PROOF
SEED OATS have just been received by
us. They are pure, and if you propose to sow
o any and haven't got your seed, you had better
come right away quirk and get some.
BAGGING AND TIES.
Everybody knows, who knows very much, that:
, our establishment leads in the sale of these very
necessary articles. We have received a car-load.
Our prices are in keeping with the low price of
cotton. Call and gel our figures.
' j FARMERS' FRIEND TURNING PLOWS
J Are today recognized as the best and cheapest
; turn plows sold on this market. We have rej
ccntly received a large stock. The manufac1
turers have advanced the price. We are not
going to imitate them. We don't imitate. We
i propose to sell a medium sized turn plow for $5.
! Don't hcdeludcd into buying:i high-priced plow.
I You will, in addition to wasting your money,
|t,; luil to got as good a tool as the fariucrs- i* rieuu. i
" WE WILL LET YOU KNOW.
! <Mir would-be competitors have again been eir- j
j dilating the report that we have gone up on the | J_
I priee of our Granulated Sugar. 'I'liey are mis- j
j taken. We are selling -0 pounds for $1.00. i
! When wo do go up on theprice we will announce i J
I the fact in Tin-; LNtjriUKit. Wo are very well |
j satisfied with our sales and profits at present)
A [ prices. We have the largest stock of Laundry ii
Soap in town, we think. !
"j Itl 1>1>LK A* <'A ItltoLL. j 1
: i
W. II. HICKLI\, I1'
(MrTIIKIMSVII.l.i:, S. c. j(]
jllKKKIIKK OK KKOISTKKKO J HUSKY CATTLK. i''}
mi f|"M I Ksplendidly-brod Cooinassie Mull, MAY's!
1. KING KOPPKK, No. 'Jii.iMM, stands at the!
head of inv herd. TWO Yol'NG Ml'LLSand
a few <' 11C VI < * M 11 KIP Kits Polt SALK at lair j ,
prices. All arcentitlcd to registry in the Aincr-!
| lean .Jersey Cattle Club Itcgistcr.
k Also pure-bred .110 US I'lY ItKhlMuiS. Write)]
t, for what you want.
11-1 September!' If I
CIIATTIOI, MOItTGAGIOS, (
J1KNS PGR Sl'IM'LIKS, Kent Liens, Titles I
J to I teal Kstate and Mortgages on Kenl Ks- III
1 ate. Porsaleat Til K KNlJl' IltKIt OPP1CK. 1
MOLINA BUGGY COMPANY. ?
OUR WORK!
'lease Read What the |
Dealers in the South,
Say of Our Work. .
* T
CLINTON, S. a, August 28, 1891. jjjj
Carolina Buooy Co., Yorkville, S. C. fan
)EAR SIRS: We are arranging to deal more Su:
extensively in your class of work, and oil!
hen our building is ready we will not forget dei
hi. The jobs you sold us nave given entire sat- inc
faction, and is the grade of work we like to soil. sh<
1 nW C.ilnlfiiriin Rpsnpotfllllv.
2IIU tin jruui *100 ^ ,
THE J. \V. COPELAND CO., IN
Carriage Dealers. 1/
WAYNESBORO, Ga., Augusts, 1891.
Carolina Bitooy Co., Yorkvillk, S. C.: |
Gentlemen: It gives us pleasure to say that the jv
ork yon have shipped us has given satisfaction jjt
everyway. Yours truly, an.
W ILK INS, NEELY A JONES, JJ?
. Carriage Dealers. ^
MILLEN, Ga., August 29, 1891.
Carolina Buggy Co., Yorkvillk, S. C. i Mi
Gentlemen: It affords us much pleasure to say R8'
at we consider your Buggies the very best pei
ade for the money. Nothing that we have ever era
mdled can come up to them in style, easy 0>
ding and durability, and in the future we will
indie your make of Buggies in preference to
1 others. Yours truly,
R. N. BERRIEN A CO., Buggy Dealers.
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 29, 1891.
Carolina Buooy Co., Yorkvillk, S. C.: rj
Gentlemen: I will send order for several jobs jliv
10 last of September. I have just commenced jlis
inning the two Top Buggies bought of you vi
ine time back. I do think they are the best th(
id lightest running Buggies I ever hooked a wj]
>rse to, and the best work for the money they
1st I ever saw. Yours truly, Th
M. E. CONDOR, Liveryman. to
sh(
STATESVILLE, N. C., September 1st, 1891.
Carolina Buooy Co., Yorkvillk, S. C.: f
We nre pleased to say to you tha? wo have been I
ting the Carolina Buggy 111 our Stables and find 1
as good a Buggy as we have over used. In ^
ct, we do not think there is any better Buggy
>w on the market. We think your goods woriy
of all the good words any one could speak of
iem. Yours truly, Is
A. P. MURDOCK A SON, Liverymen. wl
COI
mi
O YOU NEED FURNITURE OF ANY ex
T'IND? See advertisement of P*4
V CREIGIITON, SHERFESEE A CO.
all
y. cartwright. wm. m. allison. ml.
Y. CARTWRIGHT & CO. "j
ha
rHEY ARE COMING. 9
lew Goods Arriving on Every T
Freight Train!
SHOES FOR THE MILLIONS!
. 1
gamine Onr Dookers'f $2.50 Shoes that
Compares With any $3 Shoes on the ou
Market. They are Guaranteed.
)UR new stock of Fall aiul Winter goods are 8?
* an
riving and we are satisfied that we have the m
rgest, cheapest and best lino of Children's, I
entleincn and Ladies' Shoes on this market;
Ca
ut as we are more than ordinarily interested it
m might say that such a remark is easily made, j9
nl so it is, for wo arc confident and bubbling ^
rer with enthusiasm on that point, but wo don't j
op by giving our opinion but invite an individ- ^
;il inspection, which we know will allay any
oubts that you may have had.
If you want anything in the way of Notions or ^
ancy Dry Goods remember that the New York
acket is the place to get it. j
W
If you want Kentucky Jeans just remember coi
be
lat the New York Racket is the place to get it. in/
If you want a nico Trunk, be sure to go to the
ew York Racket and get it.
"If you wear the breeches" and want to buy a
lir separate from the suit, run down to the
ew York Racket and get them.
If you want a Cravat at wholesale prices, come
id see us. X
A. Y. CARTWRIGHT & CO. ?
New York Office, 4tH} Broadway. ^
(O YOU NEED FURNITURE OF ANY T1
"7"IND? See advertisement of _
\ CREIGHTON, SHERFKSEE A CO. f
- - - - - - ?I- PI
T1
St
eo
TRNITURE! S
FURNITURE!! i
FURNITURE !!! $
alj
[TIT"JO have in stock, and are receiving daily, a
rV full lino of
BEDROOM SUITS, ?
ell
UREAUS, SAFES,
WAS 11ST A N DS, MATTRESSES, ]
SIDEBOARDS, BEDSPRINOS, g
WARDROBES, CRADLES, eh
TABLES, CHAIRS. "
We are now carrying the largest and most com- "
lete stock of FURNITURE ever exhibited in
lock Hill, and will sell at prices that defy oometition.
If you want anything in our line, come
nd see us before going elsewhere. You will y
ivc money by doing so. I
CREIOIITON, SIIKRFKSEE & CO., ?
Rock Hill. [),
I'f
T
Is
ri<
I, *
Breaking in
. III
isn't needed, with the Ball ?>
corset. It's easy from the start.
Coils of tiny wire 1
springs in the sides make it
so. There are bones that 1
bend, but can't break, and j
soft evelets that won't cut ij
J ... I \\
the laces. You'll like it. L,
If you don't, after a few j"-1
weeks' wear, just return it ! \
and get your money. j 11
j N
W. C. LATIMER. w
April 15 10 Km*
VI. & H. C. STRAUSS. J
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, J
AND j*?'
I0VEHX VOI RSKLVKS Am>IU)lXtiLY.|*
i/f H. II. <*. STKAl'XS is now in the Northern ''''
.11 market to till up our stock, so that it will
ctheinost ?
CO.IIPI.HTK STOCK IN YOKKVIMJ'..
Hir prices shall lie lower than can he bought i
nvwhere, and so far we have proved that it will ,
c'to your advantage to buy at the ;
ONK-PKICH CASH STOItK. !
Old that the cheapest. j ^
1 d:
I)R. J. V. McCUBBINS, j-j
FIESIDENT DENTIST, sa
Blucksluirg, S. ('., |j,
)I'T'KKS his professional services to the pen- Oi
pie of ItliACKSItl'Itti ANDSrHllOlND- a|
NO CorNTKV. Work promptly and neatly
one. Ollleeover Whisonant llrothers's store.
September 0 .11 .'hn
U MAY & MAY, gB J
I DRUGGIST?. A ?
ANGLEFOOT
FLY PAPER! ?
th
'ANGLEFOOT FLY PAPER iH the name
of the greatest device for destroying Hies yet SI
roduced. It does away with costly Fly Fans .
1 Trims, and prevents the members of your i,
nily from using language not common in the ?
nday-school. This Tanglefoot paper fills its
ice to the satisfaction of all and deals out sure
ith to all the pests that come within its prov:e.
Call at MAY it MAY'S and get two F<
;ets of "Tanglefoot Fly Paper" for five cents. 01
SI
m FIE PERFUMERIES I
ga
jast week we received THE FINEST AND ou
1ST ELEGANT LINE OF PERFUMER- T1
? mnrr r*m tir i rriT,->T>a A XTTA QH A PS P.VFR m
[ought' TO YORKVILLE."' Some people Pi
r tliat it is too lino for this market, hut our on
es have already disproved the assertion. It w<
4 a most delightfully delicate odor and is tho
st aristocratic perfumery knowfi to the ladies'
let room, or even to the chemist's laboratory. ?
s. Cleveland and Mrs. Vanderbilt endorse it j,1
the best known. The regular price is $1.25 ~
ounce, but to introduce it, the manufactur- Vr
have authorized us to sell it for TEN DAYS P.
1LY AT SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS. ftFRECKLES
;
MUST GO! S
an
?hose of our lady friends who have had their su
rulsome faces spoiled by hideous freckles, at wi
t, can have the assurance that MAY'S SIL- if?
5R DELL FACE LOTION will remove of
mi. It will nqt only remove the freckles, but
11 beautify tho complexion and leave it in a
t velvety condition. Try it for thirty days. ?
e guaranteed price of the Lotion is $1.00, but
introduce it, we will offer it at 60 cents for a
irt while
IHAMOIS SKIN i
FACE PUFFS
another new and splendid article for the toilet,
iich wo have just received, and which we ?
isider the best Face Powder Puff on the
irket. It fills the requirements of the puif J
actly, doing its work effectively and com#ely,
leaving the skin soft, dry and statue like (.
appearance. Call and see them. They are V
the rage in Paris and it is with great difficulty N
it the market can be supplied, but MAY & di
A.Y, the enterprising druggists, got some all the oi
ne. pi
TETLOW'S SWAN DOWN FACE POW- CI
5R, (in two regular size boxes) put up in a
ndsomc Oxidized Silver Box and sola for 30
its. Remember that this is not Tappin's?but
STLOW'S?the verv best.
2LEGANT SOAPS FOE
TOILET USE.
iVe want evervliody to oomo and examine our
K'k of FINE TOILET SOAPS. They will be P'
rprised. We have no cheap stuff. Examine n
r pure White Rose Toilet Soap, put in a hand- r
me cuff box, and sold for 50 cents?regular
ice75cents. MAY <fe MAY have all of Colte's
best brands, and their entire stock is fresh ,
(1 reliable.
HE FAMOUS COAT'S SODA g
c<
n always be found at MAY'S PHARMACY, ei
is chemically pure as more than a thousand ft
York's older housekeepers can testify. It to
sold at 10 cents a pound?can't be sold for less. _
makes the best bread you ever eat, and should used
by every family when pure ingredients
to be a consideration. i
MORPHINE, QUININE, OPIUM and CO- J
LINE, and anything in the Drug line always
hand. Pcurline at 5 cents. ^
PRESCRIPTIONS.
Prescriptions are a specialty with as, and we j]
re them our undivided attention at all times,
aranteeing that precision, accuracy and care
11 always be exercised in behalf of the patient,
here goods are bought for the presciption
unter, we always buy in small quantities,
lieving that we get fresher and more reliable
jredients. We arc jealous of our prescription
siness and it is growing every day.
MAY A MAY, Druggists.
D YOU NEED FURNITURE OF ANY
7"IND? See advertisement of
!k. CREIGHTON, SHERFESEE A CO.
iEO. H. O'GEARY.'
iVO CAR-LOADS OF STOVES, RANGES J
AND GRATES. a
)NE car-load this week, of EIGHTY COOK- tl
ING STOVES from Charles Noble A Co., C
liladelphia, mostly Iron Kings and Elmos, c
lis is my seventeenth year handling these ft
oves. For twenty-tivo years they have had a a
ntinued sale in this county. The goods speak t<
r themselves. I am also receiving a large line p
HEATING STOVES AND GRATES, and
heaper line of COOKING STOVES, making
y stock TWO CAR-LOADS ON HAND. []
10 word more. Freights are $1.01 for less than
ar-load; 53 cents less for car-load of '20,000
unds, and that means $00 saved to start with,
o have some other points on Stoves which enles
us to keep the lead. ?
' G. II.O'LKARY. a
CARPETS! CARPETS! ! d
TWELVE ROLLS OF CARPETS, all wool, "
. cotton chains and unions, in by the 15th of J
ntember. Large line of Rugs, Lace Curtains, j1
indow Shades, Cornice Poles, etc., for sale ;
eap, at G. H. O'LEARY'S. J;
FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! -1
jMVE new Sets of PARLOR FURNITURE
just in. A large line of Bedroom Furniture,
lairs, Tables, Sideboards, Safes, Bedsteads,
ircaus, and everything in this line, for sale
eap,at G. H. O'LEARY'S.
GEO. T. SCHORB. v
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
NOW have the agency for four lirst-class,
high-grade PIANOS. I buy direct from the
dories, and keep no high-priced men to travel rj
o country. The purchaser always has that ex>nse
to pay for.
HE WILCOX & WHITE ORGAN I,
tl
(
the only one I sell. It lias been proven supc- |j
>i* in mi v? i?i iw>r. Audi sav it is, without ex- u
ption. I ran and will sell you a better Piano, [tj
rgan for less money than any otherdcaler will. a
*e me, or write lor catalogues and prices be- t.
re buying 1 will save you money, and can
ways be found to make my guarantee good.
FOR A STOVE TRADE.
e
,1
A on will find that I can do as well as any other ?
suler, even if he buys by the train load. j,
TYPE WRITERS. }
o
I am agent for the Best. Call and see me. a
If you want a BAHRAIN in Tinware, Churns j
id I louse-Furnishing Hoods generally, come
ul give mo a showing.
<;] :<>. t. sciiokb.
P. BAXTER IHcCLAIN. '
\
| M A lU'S HKLS OF COT100,000
rawr ,
WANT 1,000,000 BUSHELS OF CoTToN '
. SEED, loo.ooo BI'SIIF.I.S OF WHICH I ,
'ANT IMMEDIATELY, and for which T wHl
ly the highest market cash prices. 1 will be .
the market during tlie entire season and I :
ant to buvcvrrvserd that comes to this market. !'
Ld HEART Pll SHIMS J
I have just received a car load of tirst-class i v
orth Carolina Heart Pine 4-Inch Shingles, 11
Iiieli I am offering very low lor easli. i ney :
e scarce ami hard to yet, and if you arc need- I
g Shingles it would he a real good idea p> se- j
ire yoursupplv iimncdiately.
NOTHER CAR LOAD OF MARBLE !
'ill arrive at my Marble Yard at an early day, ^
Inch will make my supply compictc. Call ami
e me and f will lie glad to give von any in- \
rination you may desire in regard to Tomlinnes,
Monuments or ISuilding Marhle, wheth-1
von Iniv from me or not.
T. IS. Mrl'liAIX.
SOUTH C'AHOM.VA?VOHK COUNTY. jv
IN COMMON I'l.KAS.
x-parte, Mrs. I,aura A. I'arks? Petition lor
Homestead. jl
SToTICK is hereby given to all w hom it may ?<
1 concern, that a petition was, on the Jiul, ;
lyof August, Isill, tiled in uiv ollice hvMrs. I
Al'UA A. HARKS, the widow of A. \V.I,
nrks, deceased, of the county and State afore- j
id, asking that A 1 !< >M KSTKA I > ISM AS-1
ION Kl) to her and six minor children, out of
e personal estate of A. \Vj? Tal ks, deceased.
II tile-lit h da V of September, A. I>. Is!?|, I shall
point appraisers lor that purpose. ^
Yorkville, S. ('., August iHli, INHI.
\V. IIRnWN WYI.IK, C. C. C. I'ls. I
Allglist-li till "?t '
BEARD &
PALL OPENING!
i GRAND tremendous lot of CLOTHING Is
v now on exhibition at the Gents' Furnishing
ore. Such a iine of CLOTHING, SHOES,
IIRTS, NECKWEAR, etc., has never before
rived in this market.
S WE ADVERTISED BEFORE
; these columns that we intended to be the leads
in this line, we treasured in our memory our
solutions, and studied every avenue leading in
at direction.
JCCESS HAS CROWNED OUR EFFORTS
nd the laurels are ours, and forever shall they
ail, borne by good goods, honest treatment
id low prices.
WHY SHOULD YOU WISH
>r the latest styles and most perfect fitting
othing, or why are you djspleased^with your
ioes because t.ney are oui; 01 siyje r ouupiy wr
use you bought them before inspecting the
>ck of BEARD <ft INMAN. We advertise
ithing but what will stand the test of investi,tion.
Our goods are in our Store to endorse
ir statement; but they are not there to stay.
iey are daily being distributed among our nuerftus
customers, only to be replaced oy more.
ROM OUR ALREADY MANY SALES since
ir Fall Goods arrived, we are forced to believe
9 merit the popularity we have attained
AS THE GENTS' FURNISHERS.
ND WHEN THAT GREAT CARAVAN OF
UYERS leave home to select their Suits, Overats,
Shoes, Shirts, Collars, Cuffe and Cravats,
eir destination is BEAKD A INMAN'S.
nd returning home they shall herald that good
nes are coming, as they bought their outfits
leaper than over before.
OYS WE SAY TO YOU LAST,
at never leajit, there is a place in our memory
dellibly sta mped for you, in force of thought
id depth of feeling, and encouraged by the
ccess you have bestowed upon us in the past,
9 bought our Boys' Clothing with care ana dil- ,
ence, and now that they have arrived we boast
our selection.
SO COME ON BOYS
nd purchase your Suits and Overcoats and eny
with others the happy consolation that you,
o, are dressed in all tne style possible.
1ND NOW AS WE HAVE PARTLY
escribed our stock, we shall say no more until
e meet you, face to face, in our store, ready to
asp the opportunities we here present.
BEARD A INMAN, Hatters and Clothiers.
~ R7 B. IiOWRY.
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES..
10 TO LOWRY'S and get your Dry Goods.
X and Groceries, as we want room for our
EW STOCK OF DRY GOODS, and have relced
prices on all goods. We have a run on
ir 31.00, $1.25 and $3.50 Shoes. They will sur ise
you when you examine them. Ladies' and
liildren's Shoes?all styles and prices.
HATS.
Gents' and Boys' Straw Hats are gpinfe fast,
nly a few left. Men's and Boys' Wool md
urHats just coming in and we will save you
loncy on them.
A FIRST CLASS WATCH.
If you want a firstclass Watch, give me a trial
id .you will bo surprised when I give you the
rices and qualities.
resh Groceries always in Stock and
the Best.
20 pounds of Rice for one dollar.
8 pounds of Coffee for one dollar.
Call for Bahama Grated Pineapples, they are
te best. Salmon, Sardines, Mackerel, Tomato
atsup, Dew Drop Smoking Tobacco only 25
mts per pound. Just opened some fresh Mack el.
Wheat Bran and all grades of Flonr cheap
ir the Cash. When you want a nice Ham, go
> BOB LOWRY'S.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY A CART,
3UGGY OR SURRY, cheap? See advertisement
of
CREIGHTON, SHERFESEE A CO.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of York. *
IN THE COURT OF 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 of the above named
defendants are dead, the heira-at-law, legatees
or devisees of such deceased, names unknown
; other heirs-at-law of Lucinda Robinson,
than those above named, (if any)
names unknown, Defendants.?Summons
for Relief?Complaint not aervea.
0 the Defendants above named:
C7T)U are hereby summoned and required to
X answer the complaint in this action, which
1 tiled in the office or the Clerk of the Court of
bmmon Pleas for the said county, and to serve *
copy of your answer to the said complaint on
le subscribers at their office in Yorkvifle. South
arolina, within twenty days after service hereof,
xclusive of the day of such service: and if you
lil to answer the complaint within the time
foresaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply
) the Court for the relief demanded in the comlaint.
Yorkvillo, S. C.. August 17, A. D. 1891.
FINLEY A BRICE, Plaintiff's Attorneys,
u h.] W. Brown Wylik, C. C. C. Pis.
NOTICE.
To the absent Defendants, William Reeves,
files Reeves, Wylie Reeves, Benerly Nelson
nd Cynthia Nelson ; or if any of these defendnts
are dead, then thebeirs-at-law, legatees and
istributees of such deceased defendant, names
nknown ; other heirs-at-law of Lucinda Roblson,
deceased, if any, names unknown: Please
ike notice that the .Summons, together with the
'omplaint herein, were tiled in tne office of the
'lcrk of the Court of Common Pleas for said
ounty, at Yorkville, S. C., on the 17th day of
LUgust, 1891. FINLEY A BRICE,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
August 19 28 Gt
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of York.
in the court of common plkas.
Valkcr .Steele, Plaintiff, against W. B. Allison,
W. B. Enloe, Martha Falls, James Allison,
M. A. Allison. Jane Cane, Robert Davidson,
J. J. Alexander, H. Emily Logan, heirs-atlaw
of Robert Ailison, deceased 1 or, if any
of the above named defendants be dead, then
the heirs-at-law of such deceased defendants;
other heirs-at-law of Robert Allison, if any,
names unknown, Defendants.?Summons
for Relief?Complaint not Served.
'o the Defendants above named:
tT"OU are hereby summoned and required to
X answer the complaint in this action, which
tfiled in the office of the Clerk of the Court of
'ommon Pleas for the said county, and to servo
copy of your answer to the said complaint on
lie subscribers at theirofficein Yorkville, South
'arolina, within twenty days after the service
ereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and
f you fail to answer the complaint within the
irno aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will
pply to the Court for the relief demanded in the
omplaint.
Yorkville, S. ('., August 18, A. 1). 1891.
FINLEY A BRICE, Plaintiffs Attorneys.
NOTICE.
To the absent defendants, Jane Cane, J. J. Alxander,
M. A. Allison, II. Emily Logan, James
illison and W. B. Enloe; or, if any of theabove
lamed defendants be dead, then to the heirs-atiiw
of such deceased defendants: Please take noice
that the Summons, together with the Comilaint
herein, was tiled in the office of the Clerk
if the Court of Common Pleas for said county,
t Yorkville. S. ('., on the 18th day of August,
S!U. FIX LEY it ME ICE,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
August III 2S Ot
Till: STATU OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of York,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
V. Brown Wylie, Administrator of J. Bolton
Suiitli, deceased, against Q. Esther Kerr, J.
Holton Smith, M. Luella Smith and Xaney
11. Smith, Defendants.?Summons for Relief?Complaint
not Served.
,'o the Defendants above named, and each of
you:
iroll are hereby suiuinoncd and required to
. answer the complaint in this aetion, which *
< herewith this day tiled in theoltice of the Clerk
f the Court ot Common Pleas, for the saidcounv,
and to serve a copy of your answer to the said
oiupluintou the subscriber at his office ill Yorkille,
South Carolina, within twenty days alter
he service hereof, exclusive of the day of such
erviee ; and if you fail to answer the compluint
vithin the time aforesaid, the plaintitl'in thisaeioii
will aj?ply to the Court for the relief deiianded
in the complaint.
Yorkville, S. C? September It, A. I). lSt'l.
C. E. SPEXCER, PlaintitPs Attorney.
Septembertt .'II 'it
THE PARISH HOTEL.
yi^I' EX you come to Yorkvillo, you are in
ited to stop at THE PARISH HOTEL.
YOU WILL HE ROYALLY TREATED.
The building is located in the business portion
if town. The rooms are large and provided
villi every comfort and convenience.
THE TA KLES are supplied with THE BEST
lie season affords, prepared by experience*!
ooks, and served l?y polite and lively waiters.
LAR<!K SAMPLK ROOMS for commercial
nen. We study to please.
Mrs. ('. <L PARISH, Manager.
March 4 4 tf
IX OlIK ( AltHIAOi: DKPAKTMIiXT
nn: have a lull line of CARTS, DWsniEN
i V and Sl'RRKYS, that we will sell at very
iiw figures, as wo must reduce ourstoek.
CRIORJUTON, SHliRFJCSKli *<: CO.

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