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plantation to get an idea of the damages. |
As they were crossing a treacherous ford on j
what is known as Mill creek, Turner's mule
was washed oil' its feet and down stream, j
Turner escaped. Young Hambright man- j
aged tc rescue the mule, but not until it was
too late to save its life. It was taken out of
the water still alive, but died shortly afterward.
Tlu> I'ollremttu Arrest?'?l "Nobody."
? Policeman Wilson arrested a white man
last Monday for violation of the dispensary
law and committed him to jail. The fellow
was caught retailing apple brandy, which
he brought to town in a wagon. The prisoner
refused to give his name, and Sheriff
Crawford registered him on the books as
"Nobody." The proof against the fellow is
conclusive. Before Intendant Moore yesterday
afternoon he confessed his guilt and
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HUIUlllt'W lliai Ills iiuiui' n us vatvu a tuuvi.
He will l?e given a preliminary hearing hefore
Trial Justice Carroll on next Thursday.
TILLMAN TALKS MONEY.
The Governor Kits Soinetliini; to Say About ttie
Financial Situation.
The Columbia State of last Saturday contained
an interesting interview with Governor
Tillman. A reporter asked the governor
if it was his intention to call an extra session
of the general assembly, for the purpose of
amending the dispensary law and reading
the new code, which will shortly be completed.
Among other things, the governor
said that he did not consider it necessary to
cull an extra session of the legislature for
these purposes, but if the price of cotton
falls much lower, he will probably call an
extra session for the purpose of passing a
"stay law" suspending the enforced collection
of debts, until there shall be an improvement
in the financial condition of the
country. Continuing he said :
"The only question now is whether our
people shall be bankrupted and their homes
lost through no fault of theirs, but from outside
circumstances. The attack on silver
and the resulting panic has produced a conditiqn
of things altogether unexpected and
unparalleled.
"I cannot see into the near future and
predict the outcome of the panic. My
judgment is that the repeal of the Sherman
law, if done at the demand of Wall street,
cannot, and is not going to, restore confidence
and produce anything like prosperity.
So far, the South has suffered but little.
In the Northwest, where I have been, they
are in the throes of financial dissolution
almost.
"I have not thought much about the proper
method of restoring confidence. Our
people are satisfied with the currency as it
is?gold, silver and paper?and they wish
to keep the three together.
"The condition of things only shows the
viciousness of the financial policy adopted
by the Republicans, and now being perpetuated
by the Democrats. The currency of
the country will have to be decentralized
and put out of the control of a few hundred
capitalists and bankers in New York, Boston
and Philadelphia with power to contract
and expand the currency at will. The only
way I see to accomplish it is by issuing 'fiat'
money, so-called. They are now lighting to
reduce the national currency by one-half, by
making a gold standard. It is the most gigantic
scheme of robbery ever attempted,
and the people ought so rise in their might
and put a stop to it, hanging some of the
men who arc causing it; all if is it necessary.
"The cry is that we are entitled to as good
currency as anybody else. Well, no currency
is good at all times that is not hased
on coin. They destroy the debt-paying
power of one-half the coin for the benefit of
the debtholders, bondholders aud capitalists,
and then tell the bankrupted people who,
contracted these obligations under the bimetallic
standard, that this country is 'entitled
to as good money as any other country.'
I do not care to say anything more on
the subject now. The panic crisis is serious,
and I cannot foretell the future."
In conclusion, the governor, after a brief
reflection, made use of the following language,
which will doubtless create a little
Hurry about the country, and would seem to
corroborate what The State said some time
ago, about the formation of a new national
Farmers' party.
"They object to greenbacks as 'fiat' money
; they object to silver as a 'dishonest dollar;'
they demand gold to become the standard
of the country, although it means oO
cents wheat and G cents cotton, and the loss
of the titles to their homes by millions of
American farmers. I told the 'ring' in this
State in 1SSS that it was damming up the
water when the demand for reform was refused
in the State convention. I now make
the prediction that a similar crisis is approaching
in national affairs, and the flood
gates of the people's wrath will be raised and
the present conspirators against the people's
..-Ill 1,/. .'irnnf fwiin tllft fil(>(i nf tllP
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earth in the next presidential election. The
American farmer will not be pauperized
to satisfy the greed of the Wall street Shylocks,
without exercising the ballot? to redress
their wrongs. There is lots of 'driftwood'
in congress, and the men who have
betrayed the people in this great light against
silver, will yet learn that the people are not
such fools as they think they are."
HOCK HILL HAPPENINGS.
Suvetl Most of Their Fodder?'Tin; Damage to
Cotton?Helicf for the Sou Islanders?Difficulty
lletireeii Negroes?Done to Texas?A 14
Year Old Hoy Commits Suicide?At the
Churches?Other Matters.
Correspondence of the Yorkville Knquirer.
Rock Him., September 5.?When financial
stringency and political unrest are thriving, peoplo
becomo gloomy and daring, for they feel
that the error and selfishness of men are at the
bottom of the trouble. When the earthquake or
the destructive winds and rains come, they are
rather softened and even made gratelul, for they
feel the hand of Providence there.
The rain and wind wore bad in this section last
week, but not nearly so bad as they might
have been. The amount of damage that will
come to the crops will depend 011 the condition
of tho weather during the gathering season.
More than two-thirds of the iodder was pulled
before the storm, and where it was pulled, excepting
the river bottoms, the corn was not
damaged. Where it was not pulled, the fodder
was nearly ruined and the corn damaged proba- J
bly 20per cent. As to the cotton: If the fall is
dry, it will not be damaged moro than filter cent.'
But it is so blown down that a wet fall would
damage it probably 1"> to 'JO per cent. It is to be
presumed this is the condition over all this section
of the State. The farmers to whom I have
talked, substantiate this opinion.
The citizens of our town gathered in a meeting
yesterday afternoon, to take steps toward help- j
ing those suffering from the storm in and around :
Sill..), I.liui-ilntilo liiiirit Siitlioioiltlv !
commends itself without words. Captain W. I,.!
Koddey was elected chairman. He appointed a }
committee of twenty ladies and ten men from
the various churches, to canvass the town for i
aid in the shape of money, or preferably, old j
clothing.
On Sunday there was a dilliculty among some j
Negroes, on Mr. J. H. Taylor's place, t> or7 miles
east of town, in which Wade Barber was severe- j
ly cut with a knife by Jim Watts. Jim accused
Wade of saving that his (Jim's) younger brother j
broke into ^Vade's sister-in-law's house. Then
it seems Jim knocked Wade down with a stone, |
and proeoded in a frenzied manner to slash him j
with a knife. A number of holes were cut in his
coat and pants, and a long, deep gash cut in the .
left "side over the ribs. Trial Justice Waters is
investigating the case.
Mayor Powell had Kdward Arlcdgeand Win. |
Steele, of the ltoek Hill Cotton mills, before him |
yesterday morning. They had a noisy quarrel,
in that section ofthotown'on Sunday, which be-;
came too troublesome. They were lined ?1 each.'
Mr. Vance Sharpe, who has been an otlicient i
salesman for l'rcw Bros., expects to leave Hock |
11 ill next week, with a view to settling in the Fan-,
handle in Texas. lie expects to go via the Indian
Territory and look at the Cherokee reserva- !
tion that the government is to open up this
month. In Texas, ho expects to enter the stock
raising business. Hock 11 ill loses a good citizen j
in Mr. Sharpe. We wish him success in his new
home and avocation.
Kdgar < tiles, a fourteen year old boy of the !
Standard mills, committed suicide yesterday'
with liis father's oistol. The ball entered his
breast. The boy feared punishment from his
father on account of a trouble that he got into
with another boy, and in which it was reported
that he was to blame. He had told one of his;
brothers that he would kill himself before he
would be punished for nothing, and he carried
out the threat, Trial Justice Waters held an inquest.
The verdict was in accordance with the
foregoing facts.
The meeting at the Catawba Baptist church,
last week, was well attended, but forced to a premature
close by the rain. Another meeting is.
expected there soon.
At the Presbyterian church, on Sunday, the |
pastor preached two able sermons on some characteristic
tenets of Presbyterians.
There were no evening services at the Methodist
and Baptist churches on Sunday. The
pastor of the Methodist church preached at the
Standard mills.
Rev. S. M. Hughes, formerly assistant pastor
of the Walnut Street Baptist church, Louisville,
Ky., now pastor at Orlando, Kla., paid a short
visit to friends here last week. Mr. Hughes is
a native of South Carolina.
The Rock Hill CJraded school opened last
week with a nourishing attendance, fhe atten i
dance tlio lirst (lav wassiliout 'JliO; ii is now about
::no.
The High school opened yesterday with twenty-one
pupils ; aliout fifteen more are expected.
On \\ edncsday evening there will he no prayer
meeting at the churches, they having closed for
a lecture of special interest which is expected at
the Presbyterian church, given in connection
with the High school.
At the convict camps operations were interfered
with by the rain last week. The squads
continue at brick-making and cutting timber.
The attendance at the colored graded schools
is something marvelous and significant. There
are two of them, one of which has an attendance
of.">oo. The Negro places little stock in money;
he believes the hope of his race is in education.
Mr. Charlie May has accepted a position as j
salesman for Frew Brothers. I
The drummers who visit our city now look
cheerful, and go away looking happy.
The clearinghouse certificates seem to lie work- j
ing well. v. i. m. j
KLACKSBl'RU HI'DUET.
Interesting Weather Record -Saving Their Foil-)
der?Marriage In the l'reshyterhni Church? I
Other Notes.
Correspondence of tlie Yorkvllle Enquirer.
Bi.acksiu'ho, September ii.?Mr. Jos. Black, j
voluntary weather observer for this point, has |
kindly furnished me with a synopsis of his
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record for the r. S. went Her i>u mm ai ? iisiiiiigton
during the month of August, and the aggregate
rainfall to thc2ud of thismonth. The mean
temperature for August was US'. Maximum temperature
82, on the 7th. Minimum <K>, on the
lath and 24th. Total precipitation of rain to
2nd of September, l.'Mfci inches. Greatest precipitation
in August, twenty-four consecutive hours,
on the 28th, when it was fi.91 inches. The prevailing
direction of the wind was southeast and
southwest.
Although the fodder was very much injured
by the recent storm, yet our farmers are trying
to save all they can of it; and, notwithstanding ]
the fact that they can find an abundance of i
work to do at home, in gathering in their forage, j
making up their sorghum, and preparing for i
picking cotton, which is opening right fast, yet J
some of them lintl time to work the roads and
repair the damages done by the rain. The ]
ground is in line condition for such work, and I j
think next week will see all our public roads in j
much better shape than they have been for a long j
time.
Work at the race of Cherokee Falls Cotton j
mill was resumed yesterday, it having been sus-;
pended for a week on account of the high water. |
To-day, at high noon, in the First Presbyteri- (
an church of our town, will be celebrated an
event that will blend the lives of two persons. I
The contracting parties are Miss Mattie Smarr, |
of this county, and Mr. J. M. Peek, of Huford, j
Ga., and the officiating minister, the Kcv. W. S.
II am iter, pastor of the church. Miss Smarr, !
for a number of years a resident of our town, i
has hosts of friends here, and at her former |
home near Hickory drove, who wish her every
happiness and pleasure which a married life can [
bring. Mr. Peek, who is a brother of Hon. ? i
Peek, a prominent Alliancemanof Georgia, and j
the Third party candidate for governor against |
Governor Northcn last year, has been connected
with the Richmond and Danville railroad, as
foreman of the carpenter forces. It was wldle I
he was huiiding the new depot at this place that
ho met his fate, and all who know Miss Mattie,
extend to him their congratulations upon his
choice and success. The church has been beau- j
tifully decorated for tho occasion by the ladies (
of the town, and the happy couple will leave on j
the 1.47 train for Huford. The writer sincerely
wishes them "bon voyage" to their new home.
Mr. Charles Whisnant, brother of our townsman,
Mr. J. J. Whisnant, has moved here from
North Carolina, and occupies the Frank Sharpe
dwelling, in the western part of town. The
chief attraction to'Mr. Whisnant is our school.
The school is in good working order now, and
Superintendent Dixon reports an enrollment of
IhS pupils, which no doubt will be added to in
tho next four weeks. The colored school numbers
78, and is in charge of S. P. Foster, a teacher
of considerable experience. W. A.
LETTER FROM HICKORY liROVE.
Corn Dumagcd on the Itlver? How t<? Save the In- j
Jured Cotton?People Who are Coming and
Going.
Correspondence of the Yorkvllle Enquirer.
Hickory (Jrovk, September 4.?Much damage
was done on the bottom lands of Broad river
last week. The water rose till Wednesday
morning to about IS feet. All the young corn
just in the milky state, was totally destroyed.
Mr. I). (1. Howell claims to have lost at least 1200
bushels. Corn advanced beyond the roaxting-ear !
stage, was damaged only when covered with j
mud.
The cotton crop was also badly damaged by
the storm. In many cases, large numbers of
bolls are lying on the ground, and these will,
rot, unless they are looked after promptly, j
Where cotton is open, it will pay to go over it
once, pick it and raise un the cotton stalks. A |
great deal of it can, no doubt, be saved in this |
way. At any rate, it will be a good idea to keep
the muddy cotton separate from that which is
clean, as otherwise the dirty cotton will fix the
price of all of it.
It is now time to sow oats, in order that they
may have time to get rooted before cold weather.
Mr. John (ircen lost a lino mule last week,
while in the pasture. In some way unknown
to him, it got its leg broken.
Mr. J. If. Wylie. who got hislcgbroken sometime
ago, is able to be out again on crutches.
"Bud" has been missed a great deal.
Notwithstanding the bad weather, the Sundayschool
convention at Smyrna was a complete
success.
Mr. T. P. McDill has been sick for a few days.
Mr. J. B. Putnam is in charge of the depot for
a while.
Miss Emma McDill is visiting relatives in
Chester.
ltev. Mr. Stewart visited Mr. and Mrs. W. II. i
Whisonsnt last week.
Mrs. John K. Allison is visiting her aunt, |
Mi-s. Leslie, near Clover.
Mrs. Sallie Townsend, of Union, is visiting the i
family of Mrs. M. K. Smith.
Misses Annie Wilson and Cora Taylor, of
Newport, visited friends here this week.
Mr. Harvey and his sister, who have been
visiting their sister, Mrs. K. A. Younge, for a
few weeks, returned to their home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whisonant, who wore j
visiting relatives here last week, have returned :
to their home at Sharon. >i.
SHARON' SHAVINGS.
Work of tlx- Wind and Water?At (lie Chtirelio*?
Personal Notes.
Correspondence of the Yorkvlllc Enquirer.
Sharon, September 4.?No lives were lost,
ami nobody was hurt by the storm of a week
ago, but there was lots of damage to property in
this section. A numberof chimneys were blown
down, trees were piled every which way, and
cotton, corn and cane were considerably damaged.
The water courses were higher than has
been known for a long time, and corn in the
bottoms seems to be almost a total loss.
Rev. Mr. Stewart preached at Sharon yesterday.
There was no preaching at Woodlawn.
Rev. Mr. llamiter was absent at MeConnells- !
villo, assisting at a sacramental meeting.
The sacramental service will begin at Woodlawn
church, on Thursday morning before the
third Sunday of this month.
Miss Rosa Ruck, of Rucksville, S. is visit-1
ing relatives here. j
The young people had quite an enjoyable
social at the home of Dr. ami Mrs. J. II. Save on I
last Tuesday night. It was given complimentary
to Miss Ruck.
Sharon school is expected to commence the
full term tomorrow, under the tuition of Miss I
Hughes, of I'nion. |
Rev. J. A. White is expected to preach at Sha- j
roil church on next Sunday.
Mrs. Sayc, Miss Ruck and Miss Ressie Rainey
have been visiting relatives in Chester county, j
Miss Minnie Wallace, of Newberry, has been i
visiting the family of Mrs. Hope.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rcrry, of Clay Hill, has
been visiting friends here. Koo.
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS.
Eager in Disguise.
? The State dispensary board lias decided
that rice beer is lager in disguise and the governor
has given instructions which will re-j
suit in the arrest of all who have been selling
it.
Tlie\ Waul a Ma\ l.au.
? A number of sub-Alliances throughout j
the State have adopted resolution calling;
upon Coventor Tillman to call an extra ses-1
sion of the legislature, not later than September
1">, for tlie pur]lose of passing a "stay
law" to prevent the collection of debts by j
legal process during a specified period.
Collector of Internal Revenue.
? Secretary Carlisle has called lor the
resignation of 10. A. Webster as collector of
internal revenue. Webster was appointed I
on August 5, ISSH, and his term of four years
has expired. There are seventeen applicants
for his place throughout the State, and
it is presumed that his successor will lie appointed
at an early day.
Wants Mori* Money.
? Congressman McKaurin has prepared
and proposes to introduce in congress a lull
requiring the secretary of the treasury to
prepare and issue .*12~>,000,000 of treasury
notes as authorized by the acts of ISM and
ISM. The notes are to he credited to the general
fund, and to become available for paying
the current expenses of the government. j
Tin* State Farm Ikiilnijcil.
? A despatch from Major Tlios. <>. San-i
ders, to Superintendent Xeal, of the penitentiary,
conveys the information that the big
dam around the DeSaussure farm was broken
by the freshet of August '27 and lis, and
that nearly all the crops, amounting to 10,000
bushels of corn and perhaps :>00 hales of
cotton, are thought to have been destroyed.
Hanged In Ilerkeley.
? Henry Kwing and Oscar Johnson were
hanged at Mount I'leasant last Friday. !
Rotii were Negroes. Kwing shot and killed
another Negro last May. Johnson butcher- j
cd 31 r. and .Airs. 1 wemnann, ai i/ineoiiivinc,
in March last. He was evidently a lunatic,
although the jury that tried hint pronounced
him sane. In han^ini; him, the rope broke
and another had to be procured.
IC?-Ii?>f' for tin* llurrlmiH* SultCrrrx.
? Senator Hutler is exerting himself in behalf
of the hurricane sullerersat Port Itoyal,
Menu fort and other points alonjj the South
Carolina coast. Secretary Lament has said
that he will do all in his power to aid the
unfortunate people, and will send a supply |
of tents from the quartermaster department j
of tlie army, as soon as lie can ascertain the;
number that w ill he needed. The navy de-1
partment will commence work on the dry
dock at Port Royal right away, and this will
give employment to a large number of labor- j
j ors.
LIST OF rXCLAIMKI) LHTTKItK. L
j The following is a list of the letters remaining j "
' in the postolliee at Yorkville, S. ('., for the week
; ending Septemher Is!).'!; ! i
John Campbell, S. M. Cood, Lowurv Hart,
1 Win. T. Hill, W. >1. Hunt, 'Andy Ross, J. W.
Williams, Mrs. ('. <J. Wvlic.
1 Persons calling for any of the above letters are
requested to mention that they are advertised in j
1 Tilk Youkvii.i.i: KNqClltKli.
A. NPKl.MiS \\ I I IU'.K.S, r. m.
Jtlarhct Jkporfs. (
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YOltK VILIjK, September <!.?Cotton lit to 7. I '
("I IA KI jKST( >N. September 1.?Cotton 7|. i ''
LI YKIU'OOL, September 4.?Cotton I 7 Kill, j I1
NKW YOltK, September I.?Monday was a tl
holiday and no market report was sent out.
Special Doticfs.
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When Ratty was siek, wo gave her Oastorift. 11
! When she wax a Child, she criiil for Cast oria.
When she lieeaine Miss, she eh a a' to Cast oria, -i
When she hail Children, she gave them Castoria, s
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Thei-aputit* Paragraphs. Jl
A man may have a good heart, hut a very (|
had liver. The derangement of this important j p
organ will ohseureall the milk of human kindness
and goodness in a man. Take l>r. Jackson's
Black Liver Pills and let all of your native
virtues appear.
jpil" A lady in Camden says she linds < 'amphell's
Cough Cure indispensable in her family. 1
jr-fCThe familyof the late Hon. Jas. <i. Blaine, 11
17 Madison Place, Washington, 1>. C., still eon- v
tinue to order Ctunphell's Anti-Ferment.
:? &" Win. L. Harvey, of the firm of Harvey A
Rintels, Winston, X. C., always carries a bottle
of Anti-Ferment in his grip.
We have no idea how he heard of it, hut v
Dr. A. W. Peurifoy, of llawkinsville, <?a.,
writes for a bottle of Anti-Ferment. Wants to
try it on a patient. He's none of your narrow
minded M. D.'s manacled, by so called medical
ethics.
And Mrs. Curtis, of Clinton, S. "ups
and says" "send nie a bottle of Anti-Ferment
by express, C. o. 1>. I am a terrible sulferer
from dyspepsia and have yet tried nothing that
gives me any relief. Have heard great things of
your Anti-Ferment." Be of good courage,
good woman, we believe that you have at last
got the remedy that will cure you. '
jaif Anti-Forinent has gotten into the Tinted 0'
States Court. Col. Pride gave Judge Sinionton
a dose of it from his bottle, and it did him so
much good he ordered a bottle, which was followed
by an order for another bottle by Clerk J
of the U. S. Court Hagood. So there it goes. j,1
JSif "Here we go to Baltimore." James '
Keamer, to this writer unknown, has a bottle ji
sent him, care of Howard House, Baltimore.
A poor discouraged dyspeptic, no doubt, but lie
is IN I'OSSKSIo KT HKMKIMC.M CC It A NIC It.
j:Cf" The mail bags again bring forth, andliere y
is a letter from Haleigh, X. C., from a doctor j*i
too, who has a baby in all the agonies and dangers
of teething. Why, mv dear doctor, how | >'
did you ever hoar of Anti?hut I'll usk you 110
questions; you're on the right trail. Hero's
your Anti-Ferment for children.
Jjft- And next eoiucs Carter? Carter, of dies- >,
ter; but this space of ours says stop at Carter. a
BOA It Dints WANTED.
Wl'l can accommodate KOI*It BOARDERS
WITH ROOMS and lodging, and quite a a
number with table hoarding. For further particulars
apply to s
THE MISSES CltKNSHAW. 1
September (i .'if! It J
CHESTNUT CKOYE ALLIANCE. .
TllFRF will he an important meeting of the (
Chestnut Orovo Alliance at the school house,
on the FOURTH SATURDAY OF SEPTEMBER.
All members are urgently requested to
be present. .1. W. A". DICKSON, President.
September fi "tt; it
HANI) HAH LOST.
LOST between Yorkvilleaml two mile post on
Chester road, one BLACK SILK ANI)
LEATHER HAND BAH containing one pair
of Spectacles, one Loan and Savings Bank hook,
one pair oft S loves, one Handkerchief. Finder (
will be rewarded if the bag is returned to t his office,
and no questions asked.
September <? 3d It* y
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. '
ALL persons indebted to the estate ol'R. II. w
(JLENN, deceased, are hereby notified to J!
make immediate payment to the undersigned.
Persons having claims against the said estate
are requested to present them, properly authenticated,
within the time prescribed by law.
W. I). OLENX, Administrator. tl
August 23 34 3t . |DISSOLUTION
()! ' CO-PARTNERSHIP. ^
f|MI E co-partnershipheretofore existing in the s,
X. town of Yorkville, S. ('., under the linn fc
name of RIDDLE A* CARROLL, was this day
dissolved by mutual consent, W. R. CARROLL |
having disposed of his entire interest to J. II.
RIDDLE, who assumes all liabilities of said
firm. All persons indebted to them must make
pavmcnt to J. H. KIDDLE.
J. 11. RIDDLE,
W. R. CARROLL.
Yorkville, S. ('., August 24th, 1N!H.
August 30 * 3t
CHAMPION ROLLER MILLS.
I RESPECTFULLY beg to announce that
the CHAMPION ROLLER MILLS have
been completed at Zeno, on Crowder's Creek.
They are now in operation, and I am prepared
to make for customers as FINE A Ql ALITY
OF PATENT ROLLER MILL FLOUR, as
can be had in the United States. We have a capacity
of thirty barrels of line Hour a day. The
patronage of the public is solicited and satisfaction
is assured. O. L. RI DDI Proprietor
"< 'limiipion" Mills, j s
July "> 27 tf I v
FOR SALE OR KENT. ;
I WILL sell orient, a good FOUR HORSE J
FARM on the Rock Hill road to McCon-j
i nellsville, eigiit miles from Rock 11 ill, and in the J
immediate vicinity of the NEW IllCIljJ
SCHOOL. The land on this place is well i S
adapted to cotton and the cereals, and is easily o
cultivated. The bottom land is well ditched, a
and the buildings in HOOD REPAIR. The
neighborhood is desirable, and the location ex- f
cellent for its educational advantages and all
| good one for a country store. For further in- !
I formation please address, LENOX, Box
Yorkville, S. ('.
A ugust '!() '! "? .'it g
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. '
County of York. ji
col'IlT or COMMON I'l.KAS.
Walter J. Rawlinsott, Plaintilf, against Ilattie
?-?o if c M..?.^. \*:
IIUWIIIISIMI, I'..
inson, Walter K. Rawlinson and llculah
Beatrice Kawlinson, Defendants.?Siiinnions "
lor Relief? Complaint not Served.
To the Defendants above named, and to eaeli of
them :
-\ror are hereby summoned ami required to j
JL answer the yunplaint in this action, which
is today filed in the olliee of the Clerk of the
Court of Common 1'lcas for the said county,
and to serve a copy of your answer to the said
complaint, on the subscribers, at their olliee in
"Yorkville, So. Ca., within twenty days after the j ,
service hereof, exclusive of the day of such |
service; and if you fail to answer the complaint j
within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this j,
action will apply to the court for the relief de-!
manded in the complaint.
HART A- HART,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
Vorkville, S. ('., August 'list, A. 1>. lS!t.'t. a
I.ATTKK ( LAfSi: OK OHDK.lt.
It is further ordered that Chas. K.Spencer,
Ksq., be and he is hereby appointed guardian !
ad litem for the minor defendants, Walter K. j
Kawlinson and Reulah Heatriee Kawlinson, and I
is directed and authorized to defend the action I
in their behalf unless their mother shall, within
twenty days after the service of this order, procure
the appointment of some other suitable
person; ami this order shall be served along
with the summons, by publication of this latter
elause, and by mailing a copy of the entire order
to each of the non-resident defendants.
At Chambers, Vorkville, S. August .'(1st,
ls"i;i. I. |t. WITH KRSl't><>N, Circuit .lodge.
September <1 "??? lit ,
Till'. ST ATI-: OK sot Til CAKOI.IXA. i
County of York. j[
col li !' oK COMMON I'l.KAS. s.
I.ula MeKiiddeu, Plaint ill', against Sarah K. tl
McKaddcn, Wiliiini O. MeKailden, Robert o
o. .MeKailden, Thomas \'. MeKailden, Ibit-'.sl
tin II. MeKailden, Mary K. MeKailden, and ( li
Krnest II. MeKailden, Defendants?Summons
for Relief.?Complaint not Served.
To the Defendants above named:
\ro|' are hereby summoned and required j C
to answer the complaint in this action, i I
which is tiled in the olliee of the Clerk of I
the Court of Common I'leas, for the said county, I'
ami to serve a copy of your answer to the *
i ....1,0,1.lint on tl,,. sitliscril id's ;it their olliee: -
iii Yorkville, South Carolina, within twenty |
days after tin* service hereof, exclusive of
the day ??t" sueli service; ami if you fail to'
answer tlie complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action \\ ill apply to tlx- court
for the relief demanded in inplaint.
Mated at Yorkville, S. August .'HHh, A. M.. j
istt:;.
KINLKY ?V ItKH'K, Plaintiff's Attorneys. i
Attest: \V. I'.iiown Wyi.ii;, C. <I 'Is. j ...
notici:. '
To the absent Defendants, William <t. Mel-'adden
and Kohert (>. MeKaddeii : I Mease take >a
notice that the summons, of which the lore- j'
going is a eopv, together with the complaint !
herein, were tiled in the olliec of the Clerk of the! .
Court ot Common Pleas for said county, at j
Yorkville, S. C., on the .'tilth day of August, Isti.'t, T
I'lNLKY ?V ItUICK, Plaintiffs Attorneys. |
Yorkville, S. ('., August .'III, Isict. ' I
August :ui :t:> tit J
I\MA\ BROTHERS.
CLOTHES!
DLOTHESH CLOTHES!!!:
ror High-Grade Workmanship,
Harmonized Trimmings and
Faultless Fitting Garments,
You'll Find tliem Here,
rY'U assortment of KXCLCNIVK STYLES
is replete with desirable novelties, which
t ill retain for our goods their I'OTlTLAIilTY
i.NI) SATISFACTION WITH THE W HAH:it.
< >nr staples are genteel and appropriate in
mtterns, and are in swell generous variety that
liey are sure to command fiivor.
A SOLID ARGUMENT.
We have, for the past two years or more, had
he satisfaction of DKHSSINtj l*T THK
YELL MHFSSFHS oftliis surrounding counry.
Just so wo intend to do in the future,
lowest goods need not necessarily he beyond
lie reach of the majority. The wise buyer will
lways keep quality in* sight. He knows that
heaply made goods* are not cheap at any price,
nd aims to buy only well made, perfect fitting,
tylisli garments at the lowest cost. It is this
im that will ultimately lead him to us. When
on want the best value ever offered, ask to seo
lie line of suits which we are showing (and sol 1ig
so many of) at ?7.*>0 and ?10.00. We guarani>e
even one of them to give thorough satisfaction.
We know the material they are made of,
r we could not confidently say,* "Bring them
ack if you are not satisfied."
PANTS! PANTS!!
An enormous line of the finest patterns in
hints ever shown here, are now awaiting your
iisncction. ALL SIZES. ALL THICKS.
Ilats, Shirts, Ties and Suspenders in endloss
arietv. All new.
I N.MAN* BROS, The Clothiers.
K. KKltllirsON. J. M. KKHOUSON.
FERGUSON BROS.
XWE SELL
COUNTRY (JR0UN1) HAL
AT
80 CENTS A BUSHEL.
E7"HS, .sir; that's what we do. We always
' : C. l. i, ???1? ?f unWt
JL-. il licnil, ?? \- it ll.mit v.
[ I corn.
WE RECEIVED THIS WEEK
l barrel of tJio finest Salted White Ki.Mli that
as ever been brought to this town. Try some
>r your breakfast.
A large lot of new Brooms. Remember, a new
(room sweeps clean.
A lot of AN atcr buckets.
A lot of Tubs of almost every size aud denomlation,
and if you will use one of those tubs
ith some damp wet rain water, and Gold Dust
Cashing Powder, with a very small amount of!
ttbbing, you can sure make the clothes clean.
When you want a "shine" we have the Black- I
lg Brushes and the Blacking.
OUR TEASE.
Everybody who is using the celebrated 11K>0
TEA, is* loud in its praise. Put up in half
nd quarter-pound packages. It sells at 7.N cents |
pound.
FKRGFSON BHDS.,
The Grocery Dispensers.
. I.. LOW It V. JAS. M. STARR.
LOWRY &. STARIG
!AN YOU SEE?
IE your eyes give you trouble, don't wait
for them to get better of themselves,
but come to us and let us lit you out with
proper glasses. Your eye-sight once ruined,
can never be recovered. Don't tritle
with such an important matter. It's no
trouble to wear glasses, if they tire rightly
made, and to a great many people they are
becoming. If you are half blind, let us
show you what it means to SEE.
)UR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
S'lIiL remember that we are headquarters for
'OBACCOS AND CD JABS, and that we alrays
keep a large supply on hand. We can
lease all classes. We have Tobacco from FIVE
ENTSa plug opto NINETY CENTS a pound.
IMPERIAL EGG FOOD.
NOW is the time to make your hens lay, while
lie price of eggs is high. IMPERIAL EGG
'ODD makes hens lay all through the Winter,
ine tablespoonful of this Egg Food mixed with
;et feed given to them every other day, will be
ulliciont for twelve or fifteen lions, and will
cop them in excellent condition.
Roup and Cholera seldom appears where the
M PERI A L EGG FOOD is used.
Call and see us.
DOWRY A STARR.
Leading Druggists.
GEO. T. SCHORR.
STILL ON TOP!
rllK WILCOX A WHITE ORGAN is ahead
??f all others in this section, and expects to
lay there. Prices powerful low now, for a
dole, to meet the hard times.
Decker Bros.'s Pianos
lHE '1III-: LEA HEPS IX TIIK EXITED
ITATES, and lean give you a HAKGAIN in
lie. I oiler several other Pianos?lirst class
nd fully guaranteed?at moderate prices.
JEDAR CYLINDER CHURNS!
.Jt'sT received a lot of the ahove and they are
;oing fast. It heats all other churns ever sold
icre.
Call on me, or write for catalogue of lowest
rices, etc. i I E< >. '1'. SCIlolt 11.
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THOSE BROKEN SPECTACLES j
^ X1) FY K i < LASS MS you have thrown aside
s worthless, expecting to suhstituto new ones!
i their stead, can lie made
AS (i(M)I) AS NEW
t a trilling: cost l?y .1. 11. IIAKNES,
Watchmaker and .leweler.
York ville, S. C.
It. It. LOWRY. j
FANCY GROCERIES, i
V T Y Slock of FANCY CKOCF.KIF.S is emu-j
. X plete and of tin* very host quality, as 1 i
ever handle any hut the host. 1 never huy an
iferior article with the hope of selling it at the I
line price at which the host goods are sold, and !
icrehy making a handsome profit to tho injury
f my customers; hut always, under all eireuinLanrcs,
huy and sell only ihe host that can ho
rough! to this market.
ca\M:D (KX)ds.
I II AY 13 a large supply of choice CANNED
inoiis among which are Peaehes, Plums, I
'iueapple and the famous llarllctt Pears. Alsol
U..L 1..U It..I.- iiiir Iw.\\ ,li.r lit lomillV. Sugar. '
'lour, Meal, Cheese, Molasses, Kard, (Jut Meal, j
'oilee ami 'IVa. IM 11. LOWH V. j
r\i)i:itTAhix(;.
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f AM handliui; a lirst class line of ('<>FFINS j
I AND O\SK KTS wliieli 1 will sell at the very |
iwest prices, Personal attention at all hours. |
I am prepared to repair all kinds of Furniture
I reasonable prices.
J. Ml) .fMFFKIIYS.
January! 1 tf ;
MiUVIlltS AM) KKAI'KKS.
IM1 Mcelebrated WAMTKIt A. WOOD MoWI
NO and IJKA I'l NO M A < M 11 N Kit Y and
)t"IT()N OINS, are for sale bv
liOCK III MM M AOII INK WORKS.
THE PANIC OFF.
Boys' School Overcoats and
Gents' Winter Clothing 011
the Market for Cash at
Great Bargains.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY,L
Among Which will he Found the 1
Latest Styles in Dress Goods
and the Best Novelties in
Seasonable Calicoes.
TODAY, we otter a nice lot of HOYS'
SCHOOL OYKKCOATS and M ION'S |
OLOTIIIXO, which, thirty days from date, will;
advance St per cent. We make this oiler to ! I
yon that you may be able to secure yenuine j
high-grado clothing, at a price ttiat you win no i
satisfied to jmy, and be suro that you Rot the j
value of your money.
Another reason for this ofl'er, is to introduce
the thorough good quality of the goods sold at
LATIMER'S FASHION HA/A AH, and to
convince the purchasing public of the parity of
prices between low priced, shoddy "Cheap r
John" trash, "init de welvct vinish," and the
honest goods that can stand the closest inspection
of the best judges. These goods are to be
SOLI) Holt SPOT CASH and to everybody
alike, and if you want to dress yourself neatly,
or get a nice overcoat for your boy, right now is
the time to do it. Spot cash is the watchword,
and inv friends, if you don't want to hear the
word N'o, emphasized on the first and last letter,
don't ask for credit. We have a large supply j
of Laces which we sell to the gypsies.
Even in times, such as wo have experienced
during the past three years, we have faith in
the future of this country, and we are now repainting,
renovating and cleaning up the hull
and decks of our merchant vessel for this season's
voyage, which with itsgloom> forebodings
of the past sixty days, could be much worse. .
With calm deliberation and a cool head at the
rudder, we are nearing the shore, and with still
water and a gentle breeze, we are going to land.
CLARK'S O. N. T.
We are in a condition to sell to merchants
the celebrated CLARK'S (). X. T. SPOOL j
COTTON, also Hall Cotton, and we will make J
the prices right. There's no better thread made, }
and its reputation for sewing machine and hand '
use is world-wide.
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES.
For the next thirty days we shall olfor the
ladies rare burgains in our line of Embroideries
and Laces, having decided to slaughter the
entire line in the time mentioned above. Ladies,
if you have a weakness for laces, don't delay,
for a small amount ot cash will draw in a great
pile of these goods, and such opportunities happen
only once in a lifetime.
GENTS' HOSIERY
In an endless variety just arrived, the quality
of which is on top, while the price is on the
bottom. We have also just received A MOST
LOVELY LINE OF CENTS' CRAVATS, all
of which are of the most artistic design. Also
a splendid line of Drawers and the Imperial
Shirts
We are agents lor L'oats Lotion, j
which we will sell to merchants only, j
at the same price as it can be bought j
anywhere else at wholesale. The!
Cheapest Cash Store,
DRESS GOODS FOR FUN.
We have just received some very valuable additions
to our stock of Dress (foods, including
cheviots and new shades of silks. If you
want a Fan or a I'arasol, why we will almost
give tlieni to vou. .
DO YOU WANT A TRUNK? 1
If you want a trunk, you will please bear in
mind that we keep them and that wc can surely
give you the inside figures on goods in this line.
We can also lix you up if you want a valise or a
hand-satchel.
A CRUSH HAT
Or a Hard Hat of the latest style, which has
just arrived, can be had of the Bazaar, and it is
a well-known fact that we lead this market on
styles in this lino. When it comes to price, we
are sure that we have no competition.
FROM 2 TO 30 CENTS.
At from two to thirty cents a cake, we can
furnish you with toilet soap, which will prove
satisfactory in every instance for the price asked.
TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING.
This has been a very popular feature of our
business for the past four months, and the con- ;
tinned demand attests the universal satisfaction
given to each customer and also to the quality,
style and tit.
A REMINDER.
Now, in conclusion, let us say that when you
want reliable goods at honest prices, you cannot |
alford to ignore the Fashion Bazaar.
W. C. LATIMKH.
TWITY MRS AGO,
If you had selected a Tontine
Policy in the EQUITABLE .
LIFE, your -present cash surrender
value would have been
greater than the sum of premiums
paid. This would have
been true whether the policy
was issued at the lowest or life
rate, or whether it was issued
j
at the highest rate providing
for the payment of premiums 1
for twenty years only.
mi/UMTV VIMOfl 1IIMT '
i ii m 1 I iijiiiiii} iiu u Li
tlic endowment resulting from
the policy you take out today, j (
will provide a comfortable support
for old age. The pretni- *
urns arc small, the payments
4
come easy, your health is good,
a policy will be issued now.
Write for particulars.
IV. J. RODDEY, Manager L
l-'OIt TIIH CAHOI.IXAS,
ROCK - - S. C. ]
September 0 ."li> tf I
"ifUpi
EVERYBODY PRAISES
; }
OUH line of CLOTH IN(? wliioh wo have re-,
eeived from the celebrated Clothing House
of STJtOl SK AND HKOTHKKS, of New
York. Why? Heeause they are oorrect in Fit
and Style.
Wo can suit the most fastidious from our stook,
as we have the following stylos of coats with I
vest and pants to match :
SQUARE t'l'T SACClt'KS,
ROUND <TT SACtp'KS,
AND IN CUTAWAYS.
TIioso goods are made from the VKRY REST i
WUAMTIKS of CHEVIOTS, TWKKPS and
CLAY WORSTEDS.
It does not make any dill'oronoe to us whether ,
you are a man or not, if you wear either of the I
four following named articles, we can lit you j
and your pocket-book, nurse, wallet or hank ac- j
count. II you w ear either of these articles come :
and see us:
PANTS,
BREECHES,
TROUSERS, OR
PANTALOONS. .
III'NTKK A" OATKS. j
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M.&II. C. STRAUSS.
II r JIavr Marked Pow/i
Our whole stock of goods at the lowr
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est possible prices to make room for.
our new stock, which will soon arrive. ^
Our Shoes have already arrived.
DOBSON'S RACKET
DRY IIS ID SHOE STORE J
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SHOES,!
DRESS GOODS,
PRINTS !
JEANS!
n ITIIIPC I
WW I II1VIV
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riNWARE,
TOBACCO
AND SNUFF.
411
Just Arrived .and at
Rock Bottom Prices.
QQQ YARDS of Whip Cortls at 10
008 yards of Outings at 10 cents.
700 yards of lieautifiil Prints at 7cents.
500 yards of Shirting Prints at f> cents.
">00 yards of Dark Prints at 5 cents.
500 yards of Outings at S\ cents.
,000 cakes of Soap at 5 cents.
,000 cakes of Soap at two for 5 cents.
,000 plugs of Tobacco at 5 cents.
,000 spools of Cotton at 2"cents.
000 spools of Cotton at 1 cent.
50 pairs of Jeans Pants at 75 cents.
100 jiairs of Jeans Pants at SI.
50 pairs of Dress Pants at 81.
50 jiairs of Dress Pants at 81.25.
50 pairs of Dress Pants at 81.50.
400 pail's of ladies's Button Shoes at 05 cents.
.'100 jiairs of ladies' Lace Shoes at 05 cents.
100 jiairs of ladies' lino Button Shoes at 05 cents.
125 jiairs of ladies' tine Button Shoes at 81.24.
loo jiairs of ladies' line Button Shoes at 81.50.
75 jiairs of ladies' line Button Shoes at 82.
75 jiairs of ladies' line Button Shoes at 82.40.
25 pairs of ladies' line Button Shoes at 85.50.
loo jiairs of men's coarse Shoes at OS cents.
200 jiairs of men's Buckle Shoes at 81.25.
100 jiairs of men's Shoes at 81.50.
50 jiairs of the very best Shoes.
.000 vards of Jeans at 20 cents.
.'130 yards of Jeans at 24 cents.
100 yards of 0 oz. Jeans at cents.
100 cans of Baking Powder at 3 cents.
73 Slates at 3 cents.
100 Tablets at 10 cents.
100 Tablets at 3 cents.
150 Copy Books at 10 cents.
30 cjuires of Note Paper at J cents.
30 dozen Falcon Pons at 3 cents. t
,000 papers of Pins at 1 cent.
,000 papers of Needles at 1 cent.
100 cakes of Toilet Soap at 5 cents.
300 boxes of Blacking at 1 cent.
300 Lead Pencils at 1 cent.
300 Tin Cups, two for 3 cents.
100 bladders of Salt SnulV at 10 cents.
300 packs of Gail A Ax's Snuff, two for 3 cents.
100 bladders of Snuff at 0 cents.
i,000 boxes of Matches at 1 cent.
30 bottles of Shoe Polish at 10 cents.
30 bottles of Machine Oil at 3 cents.
23 boxes of Paper at 10 cents.
23 boxes of Paper at 15 cents.
100 bottles of Ink at .'1 cents.
300 packs of Soda at 3 cents.
30 men's Outing Shirts at 23 cents.
12 covered Slop Pails at 40 cents.
30 bottles of Lemon at 10 cents.
KM) packs Smoking Tobacco at 3 cents.
MILLINERY.
Look out for next week's advertisement on
S'lOW MILLINKKY. Big stock on the way.
SHOES, SHOES.
Don't fail when you want SHOPS, to call and
iCC us.
We have a larger stock and the prettiest
Pit I NTS in Yorkvillc.
T. M. DOBSON, Manager.
Leader of Low Prices.
TJS- N ew York office on Broadway. !
WITHERS ADICKES CO.
We are Still Buying
AlII Sorts of Produce.
We will
Now Buy
[00 Bushels Sound Apples
)f Good Quality and Size,
j
it Low Prices?
25 to 35 Cents.
Don't Bring Small, Faulty Fruit
ktall.
Nor Small -Irish Potatoes.
WITHKKS A DICK KS COMPANY, j
iv. hi. Houston & co.
YOU WILL FIND ;
WITH US MANY ARTICLES
IN THE HARDWARE LINE
SUCH AS: j
T J AXD-SA WS.
Key Hole Saws.
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Sijiiares, Wrenelies,
Unices, Files,
Knoll Locks, I'ail Locks,
Knivesiiiiil Forks,
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I'ockct Knives,
Hotelier Knives,
Razors, Spoons,
Fun Rcaters,
Repair Links,
< 'olVcc M ills,
Lamp I'.urners,
Lamp Wicks.
151, WITH MANY OTHER ARTICLES
\ ...? w..l.1 -it !i iti'ii'o11mt will invite ill
spcotion. Wo have the KINO OF
Mol'SK THAI'S lor .*>cents. Our
stock of TINWAHK is fast ilisupi
pouring. COST, is all wo ask for it.
W. M. 1IOFSTON A CO.
Yorkvillo, S. |
^ MAY Si MAY, ^
iS oni in; ints. ??
NEW GOODS!!
MAY A MAY art* always on the alert ami
are fully alive to the wants ami interest of J
their customers ami friends, ami while ourstoek,
during the summer, was sullicient to supply tin* j
demand made on it, it is being increased at a
great rate upon the arrival of almost every
train. They are showing a nice line of I'lI'KS,
When you come to Yorkville, be sure that you j
call on'them. They will supply your every!
want.
Cod Liver Oil. j
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When you want Cod Liver Oil, remember that J
we keep all the best preparations, and having!
overstocked ourselves in order to get it at re- i
(bleed prices, we have decided to close it out
much below the market, In fact will sell it at'
about what it costs some druggists to buy it.
"Children Cry for It."
We sell ('astoria, and it is the greatest medicine
for lmbies known to the medical world, and
when they are sutl'ering from "baby diseases,"!
it is by intuition that they cry for Castoria. For j
all the many troubles from which children sutler ,
it has no equal, and for sour stomach, indigestion
and even worms, it it a panacea; ami when once
introduced to the mother's medicine chest, it
will always be the foremost remedy in her mind.
A book of instructions will be found wrapped
around each bottle, and it can always be found j
at MA Y'S drug store.
P-e-r-u-it-a, P-e-r-u-11-a.
I
P-c-r-u-n-a is the greatest reniedv for all j
CATARRHAL AFFKCTIOXS which has yet j
been given to humanity suffering from the (lit-.
ferent species of CATA Hit II, and it has elicited
some of the most marvelous testimonials from!
those atllicted, ever written or printed, and its j
praises are being sung in tumultuous joy lrom
ocean to ocean, by thousands and lens of thousands
of individuals who have been released from
the fetters of this troublesome disease through
the agency of P-K-K-l'-N-A. And right here
in Yorkville and vicinity, can be found people
WHO IIHVC IICCM inuiiilt'll w nil \ Uliilln nu j i-uin, j
who are sounding the praises of Peruna at every |
opportunity. They have been permanently j
benefitted by it use. You try it and it will benefit
you. Sold by MAY A MAY at *l per bottle?large
size.
Many Other Things.
If you use Opium, we have just received ni
fresh supply.
If you chew Tobacco or smoke Cigars, you
can get something to suit vour requirements at
MAY A MAY'S.
If you need Kye Glasses or Spectacles, MAY !
has the best made, and will lit your eyes at a j
very small cost.
It you want a nice Hair Brush, or a good I
Comb, wo can sell it to you just as easy.
If you want a Tooth Brush, and we know you
do, why we will almost give it to you.
If you want Triple Extracts and line Colognes,
why as a matter of course you should
always go to MAY'S. Everybody else does.
Cain's Skin Cure.
If you are sulfering from anykind of skin !
disease, whether it lie ITCH, SALT KIIEl'M,
TETTEU WOllM, or whatnot, so it is a skill {
disease, CAIN'S SKIN (THE WILL CUBE
IT ! Sold in Yorkville by MA Y A MA Y only. |
Paints of All Kinds.
We have always made it a point to handle the
best quality of Paints in all the shades, from
the most delicate skin color?black and white?
to the more substantial shades of house paint, including
the celebrated ECKSTINE WHITE
LEAD, which is equal if not superior to any
"body" paint in use, and is used by the United
States government in all its larger contracts. If
you are figuring on painting your face or your
house see us, for we have material in dry or oil (
colors, the latter of which is guaranteed to with-1
stand the weather and all sudden climatic
changes, while the former is more lasting under |
an even temperature and adheres to the surface
much better in the winter.
MAYA MAY, Prescription Druggists,
And dealers in Paints and Oils and Druggists'
Sundries, Patent and Proprietary Medi-j
eines, Perfumeries, Soaps, etc., Yorkville,
South Carolina.
KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON.
HE HE IS, AIM!
WE have just received an elegant line of
new and stylish Dress Goods, and invite
the ladies to call and examine them.
We think we can please everybody, owing to
the varied styles and patterns that we are
showing. We believe we have as handsome
a line of Calicos, Ginghams and Plaids as
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thing new in the way of Caiico Dress Patterns.
Again we invite the ladies, everyone
oftheni, to call and see these goods. We will
he glad to see you even though you do not
buy so inueh as a paper of pins, a spool of
thread or anything else.
II IS RATHER WARM
To he talking about Jeans, hut wo know
that it won't stay warm much longer, and
with this knowledge in our possession we
have laid in a handsome line of Jeans, Come
and see it.
Mi Yfll SOWED
Or planted your Turnips yet ? If not, don't
you think it is about time? We have
a large supply of seed of choice varieties and
will he pleased to supply your wants.
KKNNKDV it fit is. ,V HAKKOX.
We sell School Hooks. Don't forget this.
J. H. KIDDLE.
THIS OLD AND THE 1W, j
T1IK readers of Tim Kxut'iRKii will see by a j
notice published elsewhere in this issue, that
the partnership hereforc existing between Mr.
W. It. Carroll and myself has been dissolved,
and I take occasion right here to say that our I
business relations during the past few years lists I
been both pleasant and profitable, and I also de-1
sire to return thanks to the people of Yorkville
and the country surrounding, for the very liber- {
al patronage extended to the late lirni.
11 is my present iiiii-iuit'ii iv/ uMiiiiiuv .......
ness at the old stand, and I hope to merit and re-1
eeive the continued patronage of all who were j
served by the old firm, as well as that of those j
who have not heretofore patronized us. It shall
be my aim and purpose to handle only the
llKill CLASS ot floods which have always
been dispensed from the old stand, and it shall1
also be my purpose to deal fairly and squarely
with all mankind.
If you want a FIRST-CLASS, or the Ill-XT |
farm* wagon on the market, vou should buy the
MILIirUN. I sell it.
J. II. 1UDDLK. !
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE noWR.
Do you wear them 7 When next In need try a pair.
Best in the world.
45.00^?SJ3.00
*mm \*2sa
*?*n
#2.50 ?F -"~5T*J$2.00
#2.25 si M I SI.75
#2.00 b7"J
jot i
If you want a fine DRESS SHOE, made In the latest
styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or
$5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look and
wear as well, If you wish to economize In your footwear,
do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes, Name and
price stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Maes. Sold by
J. ,J. SMITH, Clover, S. C.
August 2-1 '14 4m
MONT\ Al.ll STOCK PA KM.
Itlaeksburg, S. C.
RKUISTKKKD .IKKSKYS, WKLSJI ANIi
SllKTI.AND I'ONIKS. (Imported stock.)
I1SSKX AND HKtilSTKKKD CIIKSlIIKKl
1'IOS. Bred and for sale.
I now ollbr for sale: (INK SIIKTLAND
HoHSK l'OX Y, 2 years old next soring. Sire
and dam imported. Is a lieauty. Well broken
to halter anil perfectly gentle. The very thing
for your wife and children.
Also, six tirst class KSSKX Si)W I'HiS, scv-j
en months old. Will weigh from 12") to 140 J
i..iiiii.lv: fine form and bred especially for
limiting purposes. Correspondence solicited. j
Address, l>r. .!.< . liLAI'K,
Hlaeksluirg, S. I
August .'K> :tf> tf |
I . KAXTIIK >lc('LAI.\.
REMEMBER THE DEAD!
Mark the Spot Where the Remains of
Your Loved Ones Rest.
EWlien wo erect monuments to
llit' memory of those of our loved
mips who have "crossed over the
river," we should always see to
it thai we lmy the best oualitv of
marble?not the chalky stulf
soltl hy design inland unscrupulous
dealers for profit only, ami
which will crumble before the storms of the
winter as the snow under the heated rays of the
mi? ,. .,,..,,1,.^ ,.? t.i.,,ia,, I,,,I r
sum. i iiciui<- iii.m.t ........... ..... .
always handle the best ; ami if you contemplate
perpetuating the memory of your loved ones,
have their names engraved on enduring stone,
that will withstand the ravages of storms and
tlie aeidieal conditions of the atmosphere for
ages to come.
Von should always consult with me before
buying a monument or a tombstone, for then
you will be more able to buy intelligently than
you would otherwise.
While I always keep on exhibition at my
Marble Yards in" York ville, a nice assortment of
the LATKST DKSKJNS, 1 will, on special
order, procure an v special design you may select.
HI'Y MAUHLKTHAT WILL WITHSTAND
TIIK KAVAOKSOF TIMK. I sell that quality
and my prices are as low us anybody's where
there is any consideration for quality.
T>H. Met'LA IN.
YOtJ nON'T KNOW
rpilAT I sell Till-: N KW 11 () M K S K WIN (I
.1. M At 'II INK, do you? Well I do, and if
you feel sewing machinist), call on me and I
will prescribe for you. T. H. McCLAIN.
THE YORKVILLE GRADED SCHOOLS.
Till-:exercises of the YOHKVILLK
tJKADKD SCHOOLS will be resuined
on MONDAY, AI'tH'ST 2KT1I,
Is!).!, under the control of t'rofessor
A. K. HANKS, A. M., with a full
corps of tea?-hers, ami the trustees
feel wa nan ted in promising good facilities for
pupils to obtain a practical education.
The terms of at I mission to the white schools
arc sis follows:
All pupils residing within the Yorkville
School District?embracing the incorporate limits
of the town of Yorkville?are entitled to tree
tuition in the common free school branches.
To pupils residing outside of the school district,
and for pupils above the free school grades, the
charges will be as follows for each school month:
Free School branches, $1 00
High School branches, 2 (10
Ancient Languages and High School
branches .'! 00
Ancient Languages 1 fiO
Music on I'iano, '? 00
An Incidental Fee of ten cents per month is
required of each pupil.
The tuition ami the incidental fee is required
to be paid on or beforo Wednesday preceding
the second Friday of each school month, under
penalty of the dismissal of the pupil.
No pupil will be charged tor less than one
month's tuition ; therefore, pupils should enter
<it the commencement of the school month. No
deductions will be made on account of absence
except in case of the continued illness of the pupil
for a period of not less than ton days.
J. F. WALLACE, Chairman.
L. M. < 5 hist, Secretary.
August 2J .'M .'It
ASIIEYILLE I'lvMALi: COLLEGE.
# SPECIAL attractions: Matchless
climate. Wonderful health word.
Delightful homelife. Well ordered
eourses of instruction. Thoroughly
e<|tii|)|)cd gyinnasiuin. Music under
the eelehrated Prof, (irahuu (Germany).
Art under Miss Blythe (Paris). House
in seven acres of shaded lawn in the heart of a
beautiful city. Hooins finely furnished. Steam
heating and sanitary plumbing throughout.
Charges as low as a lino school can make
them. Send for catalogue. Address
Hev. JAM MS ATKINS,
Ashcvillc Pomelo College, Ashcville, X. C.
July I!) 20 st
THIS DUE WEST I'KMAI.E COLLEGE.
Due West, S. C.
./ir!KL-_THK I)UK WEST FEMALE COLI.E(
i F. oilers to young ladies the best
facilities for an edueitiouat the least
expense.
EXPERIENCED and successful teachers
in every department. Moral and religious
tone of school unsurpassed. Well managed
boarding department. NEXT SESSION ME(J
INS THE SECOND DAY OF OCTOBER,
ISO'l. Send for catalogue containing rates and
details about the school.
Mrs. L. M. BONNER, Principal.
11. E. BONNER, Vice Principal.
August 2 .'11 Mtr
HICKORY GROVE HIGH SCHOOL.
f OPENS ON SEPTEMBER 4TII,
180.'1, and will continue nine months.
Prices are made to suit the scarcity
? of money, and by the month are as
Free school brunches, $1 00
High school branches, 1 50
High school branches with Latin and Greek 2 00
Piano, Guitar, Violin, Violencelloanduseof
Instrument 2 50
Telegraphy, 2 00
Thorough instruction in Vocal Music, kkke.
Hoarding without washing &S per month.
JOHN* II. SIMPSON, Principal.
August .'10 .'15 4t
ERSKINE COLLEGE,
' f Due Wcsi, S. C.
WTj OPENS FIRST MONDAY IN
OCTOBER NEXT. Offers classical
%...! o/HA?isrin o/uiivnc T.nmn utiil
handsome building completed. Delightful climate.
Now in the ">4th year of its existence.
Total expenses for board and tuition, ONE
HUNDRED ANI) FIFTY DOLLARS.
fob" Write for catalogue.
W. M. GRIER, President.
August 2 .'11 (it
f SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE,
Columbia, S. C.
? Session begins SEPTEMHER 2<>tli.
p Four courses: Classical, Literary,
Scientific, and Law; with elective
studies iu higher classes. New Gymnasium.
Well appointed Laboratories, Chemical, Physical,
Biological, etc. Necessary expenses from
?l4f> to ?110. For further information address
the president, JAMES WOODKOW.
A ugust!? .'12 5U'
HUNTERS VILLE HIGH SCHOOL.
Opens September 12th.
, 'UJL&ss FULLY equipped in following de;
partments: Primary, English, Chwsical,
Musical, Art, Business, Shorthand,
Typewriting. Six teachers?
:i male, :i female. Write for catalogue.
GREY A McELROY, Principals,
Iluntersville, N.C.
August 2 31 2m
GEO. H. O'LEARY.
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND STOVES.
"T7"OU will tind iu stock Bed Room Furniture
JL of all grades, Parlor Furniture, Sideboanls,
Wardrobes, Bureaus of all grades, Chairs of all
grades, Cornice Poles, Frames, Pictures and
everything usually kept in a tirst-class furniture
establishment at G. II. O'LEARY'S.
RUGS AND MATTING.
TIT" 11 EN you are on the market for someV
T tiling nice in the way of Rugs or Matting,
rcmcmherthut no one can afford to supply your
wants or suit your taste at a lower price than
GEO. II. OLEARY.
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
\7"<>U should, by all means, examine our
JL SADDLES and HARNESS before you
buy from irresponsible dealers. We have a
full stock of reliable baud made Saddles and
Harness awaiting vour inspection.
G. II. O'LEAHY.
IT IS SAFE TO CONTINUE
DEALING with a house that has always treated
you fairly and waited on you promptly.
This I claim to have done. Accept thanks for
ill.,,..itI*..iitKr.i v., lilicrnllv extended to me. and
i solicit a continuance of vonr favors for
Li. II. ()'LEAHY.
Till-: STATU OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
York County.
WHEREAS W. RROWX WYI.IE, C. C. C.
1'ls., lias applied to me for Letters of Ailministration,
on all ami singular, the goods and
chattels, rights and credits ol JOHN \V. SMITH,
late of tlie county aforesaid, deceased :
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to lie and appear before me, at our
next I'rolmte Court for the said county, to lie
holden at York Court House on the 14th day of
SEPTEMBER, IM'-'l, at 10 o'clock a. in., to shew
cause, if any, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
(liven under my Hand and Seal, this loth day of
August, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-three, and in
the llstli vearof American Independence.
\V. II. McCORKLE,
Hw/vLoIn Iioloo <\1' Vj\i?lr i 'i.iilil V
1 1 111 HI 117 / III IK V * 'I i *M (A V ?MUIV(I
August Hi '< '{ tit
D. ] :. KINI.KY. J. S. HRICK.
FINLEY <fc HKICE,
ATTOHNEYH AT LAW,
Yorkville, S. C.
ALL business entrusted ti> us will bo given
prompt attention.
OFFICIO IN TIIH WILDING ATT1IE ItEAIt
OF M. A* II. ('. STHAUSS'S STOKE.
January 7 I tf
IV, IVADDY THOMSON,
ATTOHNKY AT LAW,
Yorkville, s. C.
PRACTICES in all State and Federal Courts
Prompt attention to till business,
September I t J7 tl
SECOND HAND ENGINES
17V >I{ SALE ('II FA P. One lb Horse Power
. Agrieultural, in lirst-olass order, as good as
new. Ones-llorse Power Agrieultural, ill good
order. LOCK HILL MACHINE WORKS.
SEP A RATOKS.
Massalox, oki/.kk and kakoi a11A
R Separators lor sale.
ROCK IIII.L M ACM INK WORKS.
im 1:1.1.1 \c noises ron ki:nt.
rp\V(t SMALL DWKLLINO ll'H SKS for
.1 rent. Apply to L. M. Olt 1ST.
.luuf 7 1*1 If
ki'.paik your maciiimhiy now,
BKKoRK the season for work.
HOCK 111LLJ M ACJI INK WORKS,

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