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braved the hot sun on Saturday and go
back a little the worse for wear. We hea
v that the authorities of Winthrcp colleg*
are preparing for a great outing some da^
soon.
A ride of six or eight miles out fron
Rock Hill shows a great deal of corn up
much cotton planted, and all fields ir
beautiful condition. The aera planted ir
cotton does not show the decrease that w<
had hoped to see. Unless a calamity happens
to somebody's cotton crop we maj
expect to sell from 4 to 5 cents per pounc
again. o. s.
BLACKSBURG BUDGET.
Similar Weather In 1877?Telephonic Con
nectiona? Death of Mrs. NcKeown-Other
Notes.
Correspondence of the Yorkvllle Enquirer.
Blacksbuko, April 21.?The hot anc
dry season through which we have beer
swetting for nearly two weeks has no pre
'cedent within the memory of our mos
observing citizens, but the weather bureat
man claims to have a record for just sucl
weather during the month of April ir
1877, one quarter of a century ago. We ar<
it Hrnsn't come oftener. The tern
perature has been bearing about 95 foi
several days ; but the gentle kindly breeze
j has tempered the heat and our farmen
have been able to get a good deal of worfc
done in the way of planting lands which
had already been prepared.
Blacksburg is soon to be in telephpnic
connection with Gaffneys, and Cherokee
Falls, and in that way with Spartanburg
and Greenville. Mr. D. L. Brown ofthfc
place and the Gaffney City Telephone
company are having the lines erected and
Mr. W. C. Black, of our town is superin
tending the work.
To the many attractions of her eleganl
home, Mrs. M. E. Deal has added a lawn
tennis court on the northeast corner of hei
spacious grounds.
The numerous friends of Dr. McKeown,
of Cherokee falls, will be grieved to heai
of the death of his wife, which occurred
on Thursday afternoon, the 16th instant
She left a babe only a few hours old.
The new part or western end of Chero*
kee Falls cotton mill has been completed
and is being filled with machinery. The
floor space of the building will now covei
about three acres of ground.
Dr. J. T. Darwin l^as purchased the
handsome and attractive dwelling from
Mr. Allen Crosby, where he lived when s
resident of Blacksburg. w. a.
To the Populists.?Senator Marion
Butler, chairman of the North Carolina
Pr> mi lint, commistce. has issued un
address to that party in which be says:
"We cannot too earnestly urge upon
the People's party the necessity and
importance of making this campaign
for the vital principle of free and un.
i limited coinage of gold aud silver at
the ratio of 16 to 1, aud for financial
# - reform and other vital issues, cordially
inviting men of all shades ol
political belief and former party affiliations
to co-operate with us upon the
fundamental principles of the People's
party. Your State committee is fully
agreed that organization in counties
aud districts should begin at once and
be pressed vigorously, but the noinij,
nation of candidates for various offices
should be postponed until after the
national couveution at St. Louis and
the course of our political opponents
shall have been laid down. "Let us
make this campaign for honest prinei
pies of government, and may God defend
the right.
^Smalls is Smart. -There is a bill
peudiug in congress with pretty good
prospects of passage, to give Boli
Smalls $20,000 for his services iu
stealing the steamer Planter out ol
Charleston hardor during the war and
getting her safely past Fort Sumter,
Smalls has beeu lobying for the bill
for sometims past, and if a story of Lht
Washington Post is true, he has beet:
doing some pretty good work. It wai
generally understood, of course, thai
Smalls,would be a delegate to St. Louis
Before the bill could be gotten safelj
on its way, it was necessary to seeurt
the favor of Reed iu the house, aud
Allison, chairman of the appropriations
committee of the seuate. These met
are rival candidates for the presideu
tial nomination. Over ou the senutt
side Smalls look care to iulimate thai
he wus for Allison and ou the houst
side he was for Reed. When the bil
was finally reported Smalls weut hum*
and was elected a delegate to St
Louis with instructions to vole f'oi
. McKiuley. But this wou't iuterfer*
much. The appropriation bill ha
already gotten well on its way, nut
Smalls will vote in the couveuliou a
he pleases/^
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS.
WattH-McIver.
Judge R.C.Wattsand Miss Lottie Mc
Iver, daughter of Chief Justice Mclver
were married in Cheraw last Thursday
afternoon. They shortly after
ward left on an extended trip througl
the North.
Tilluiau Radges.
Columbia Register: Several stat<
house officials yesterday received sum*
badges of the Tillman club which ha
been formed in Denver, where Tillmai
recently received such au ovation 01
the occasion of his visit and addres
there. The badge is of red silk, with i
picture of Tillman at the top an*
/n-ncacu) lanrpl twim iust beneath. 1
VI vwwv? - .. -0- a - - pitchfork
crosses the badge, and th
words, "The Tillman Club, Denver
1896, 16 to 1," are printed on it.
Aughtry In Convicted.
After remaining out 20 hours am
39 minutes, the Richland jury in th
case of Thomas C. Aughtry, chargei
with the murder of Conway B. Olivei
in Columbia, ou the night of March "
1895, returned with a verdict of guilt,
and a recommendation to the mercy c
the court. The verdict was publisher
at 2 o'clock last Friday afternoon, am
Aughtry's counsel immediately gav
notice of a motion for a new tritt
Under the verdict and with the recou
meudation, Aughtry must be sentence
-> to life imprisonment in the peuiten
tiary.
South Carolina Exposition Company.
The Spartanburg convention con
pleted its work last week by orguni;
ing the South Caroliua Exposiliu
company composed of the delegates t
the convention aud other citizens t
be appointed. Governor Evans
president, VVm. A. Courtenay, i
Charleston, is vice president and E. 1
Roche commissioner. The capiti
stock is to be $10,000 and the loc;
work is to be under the direction Of
board of county commissioners con
r
t posed of one member from each coun
r ty. The commissioner appointed foi
i York county is Mr. \V. B. Moore, ol
7 Yorkville.
1 AT THE CHURCHES.
presbyterian.
Rev. W. G. Neville, pastor. Prayermeeting
this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
trinity methodi8t episcopal.
Rev. A. N. Brunson, pastor. Prayerr
meeting at 8 o'clock this evening.
' baptist.
Prayer-meeting this evening at f
o'clock, conducted by Rev. G. T. Greshain.
associate reformed presbyterian.
Rev. Boyee H. Grier, pastor. Prayer
meeting this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Tirzah?Services on Friday morning at
11 o'clock. Two services on Saturday and
I communion sevices on Sunday. The pas,
tor will be assisted by Rev. C. B. Betts.
[Announcements for Sunday services will be
made in Friday's paper.]
t '
Pai^t Shorts.
i ?
5 YORKVILLE, April 22-Cotton 7 to
. 7J.
NEW YORK, April 20.-Cotton 7 15-16.
Futures closed steady with sales of 82,'
600 bales as follows :
? April, 7.66; May, 7.67; June, 7.71;
; July, 7.702; August, 7.70; September, 7.31;
, October, 7.21; November, 7.12; December,
7.12; Jan uary 7.17.
> #^ial gotices.
i
t
$100 Reward, $100.
The reader of this paper will be pleased
; to learn that there is at least one areaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
, being a constitutional disease, requires a
. constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
I Cure is taken internally, acting directly
on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution
I and assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in
' its curative powers, that they offer One
r Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails
to cure. Send for list of testimonials,
s Address, F. J. CHENEY<fe CO.,
Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 7oc.
1 March 28 9 ly
TWICE TOLD TALES
TO
TELL TALE TYPES.
i
What It Meant.
Dale ana listless uvea a ias$
Alas!
Dyspepsia, the vile malady,
Wasted her beauty day by day,?
Alack-a-day.
. Anti-Ferment made her hale.
All bail!
Two roses to her cheeks were sent,
And to her friends she said they meant
i * Anti-Ferment.
A Corrupt Fountain.
Pure, healthful waters cannot flow
From a fountain that's impure.
Nor does nature's liberal hand bestow
i The blessings of quiet nerves, a
Mind at ease, freedom from paine.
And nights of calm repose on persons.
Afflicted with Dyspepsia and the thousand
And one ailments that it produces.
For relief from all such troubles
Take Campbell's Anti-Ferment.
Manufactured and sold only by Kuykendal.
The Sun D?> Move.
I The sun do move, says the Rev. John
i Jasper. So do Jackson's Black Pills
i move the sluggish circulation, move the
r locked up secretions, move the torpid
| liver into healthy action. Sold only by
Kuykendal.
TVfvddeHori Melon
Seed- Also the Jones, Rattlesnake, Georgia,
Icing and Arkansaw Traveler. All
. choice melons. Seed of the Cantaloupe
' family in a number of varieties.
Make a Note.
Persons to whom we sold fertilizers on
' time will please come in and make a note
' for their purchases. This is veryimpor1
tant to us, and you will therefore please
J not forget it Cash settlements must be
i made not laier than May 1st.
Jno. C. Kuvkendal.
[ THE AMERICAN EAGLE,
THE champion of all birds, carries the
time and stands on the globe of the
1 world as proof of PROPS BEING THE
i FINEST WATCH REPAIRER IN the
STATE. Try my work and be convinced.
' All work done in first-class style and
guaranteed for one year. Bring youi
t broken watches and have them made as
s good as new. All watches carefully ex>
nmined free of charge and all work at rock
bottom prices. M. PROPS.
8 Two doors South of Three C's hotel.
A NEW DEAL.
FOR reasons satisfactory to all parties,
the firm of Moore <fc May has beer
dissolved. I am pb ased to inform my
. friends that the business will be continued
by the undersigned, and that it will be mj
i aim and purpose in the future, as in the
past, to do all repair work entrusted to
. me in a workmanlike and satisfactory
manner, and at prices that ought to satistj
reasonable folks. In regard to the quality
of my work, I will say that it will be as
good in every particular as done anywhere,
and better than that done by som(
so-called workmen.
? THE IIOKSE SHOEING FEATURE
s of the business will be continued undei
? the boss shoer, Mr. Tom Waker.
CICERO MOORE, .
1 At Wheeler's Old E'actory.
s
a THIS IS THE SEASON OF YEAR
I rpo pack away your flannels and wintei
^ X clothing. Eor this purpose we hav<
Moth Ralls, much better and cheaper that
e camphor. Ten cents' worth is suflicieni
for an ordinary family. Sold at Starr's.
SOAK CORN IN STRYCHNINE
AND give the corn to crows and prevent
having to replant your corn
e and have a good stand. Strychnine kill!
, the crows. Put a little Nux Vomica it
II ..-.out ttio littln chickens, and th<
bllV IIIUOI 1WI VMV . ... , y
hawk that eats that chick will not visil
>, your yard again. Nux Vomica kills th<
hawk; but does not injure the chicken
.Sold at STARR'S DRUG STORE.
it
j PREPARE ONE ACRE OF LAND
[1 A -s, l) phmt it in Chufas and this fal
J\. fence it in and turn in 12 or 15 hogs
e and that one acre with little corn wil
1. fatten the 15 hogs for pork, and your niea
i- will cost less than half if that hog wa
,i fattened entirely on corn. Sold at
11 STARR'S DRUG STORE.
PLANT STOW ELL'S EVERGREE?
OR Improved Golden Dent Corn an<
you will have good sweet roastitij
t- ears. Millet Seed at Starr's
WHEN YOUR PHYSICIAN WRITE!
~\7"OU a prescription you bring tha
o X Prescription to Starr's Drugstore am
, j it shall be correctly put up and with onl;
js pure drugs, and you will only have t
.. pay what it is worth. Parties who pric
our Tobacco seldom go elsewhere for th
Li. weed. J. M. STARR & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE.
T?OR reliable FIRE, CYCLONE, AC
a X CIDENT or LIFE INSURANC1
a* call on SAM M. & L. GEO. GRIST.
. DEMOCRATS OF YORK COUN1
r ATTENTION I
F ?3
Rooms of the Democratic Execut
Committee of York County.
Yorkville, S. C., April 22, 1891
NOTICE is hereby given to each i
every Democratic club in Yorkcoi
ty to assemble at their respective place
meeting ou SATURDAY, MAY 2, II
at 1 o'clock, p. rn., for the purpose
electing delegates and alternates to a De
ocratic county convention, which is he
by called to meet in the COURTHOU
. at Yorkville, on MONDAY, THE 4'
DAY OF MAY, 1890, at 11 o'clock, a. i
for the purpose of electing a new exe
tive committee, and for the purpose
electing ten delegates to represent Y<
county in a State Democratic convent
to be held in the city of Columbia on
; 20TH DAY OF MAY, 1896, and for
. transaction of such other and further b
iness as may properly come before si
county convention,
i The delegates and alternates to 1
county convention will be elected by b
lot, and, for the purpose of conducting l
Drecinet elections, the member of the <
ecutive committee, or president or v
president of each precinct club will i
point" in writing three managers of el
' tion, who shall open the polls at tb
respective precincts on SATURDA
MAY 2,1896, at 1 o'clock, p. in., and k<
them open until 6 o'clock, p. m.
The persons voted for as delegates a
receiving the highest number of vot
shall be declared delegates and those vol
for as alternates and receiving the high
number of votes, shall be declared alb
' nates.
Managers of election will send up to (
secretary of the executive committ
their written appointment and also cert
icates of election of delegates and alt
nates, which certificates must by sign
by the president and secretary of the p
cint club.
Under the law of the State all managi
of election must, before entering up
the discharge of their duties take and si
scribe an oath to the effect that they w
i fairlv. honestlv and imDartiallv condi
> the election according to the rules of I
Democratic party and the provisions
au "Act to Protect Primary Elections a
the Election of Delegates," etc.
At the said precinct elections, all p
? sons known to be Democrats shall be (
titled to vote.
Managers will administer to each vo
an oath to the effect that he is qualified
vote in this election and has not bel'<
voted therein.
Under the constitution'of the party, t
i convention has the right to increase
diminish the representation from auy p:
cinct. The new precincts of Smyrna a
Ebenezer may elect delegates to this ec
ventiou, that is to say 1 delegate for ev?
25 names on their club roll and 1 for ev<
majority fraction thereof.
Uach precinct will at its meeting on I
said 2nd DAY OF MAY proximo el
one of its members to serve on the exec
tivecommittee for next two years.
The basis of representation is the vi
cast in the first primary in 1804. The d
egates from the various precincts a
therefore, apportioned as follows, to wit
Antioch, 3
Blacksburg, 4
Blairsville, 4
Bethany, 3
Bethel 3
Buffalo, 1
Bullock's Creek, : 3
Clark's Fork, 1
Clover, 4
Coates's Tavern, 2
Ebenezer,
Forest Hill, .. 3
Fort Mill 4
Hickory Grove, 6
Newport, 1
McConnellsville, 4
Sharon, 1
Smyrna,
Tirzab,... 3
Rock Hill 8
Yorkville, 16
By order of the Democratic Executi
committee of York county. S. C.
Attest: J. S. BRICE, Chairman
W. Thompson Jackson, Secretary
April 22 33 w 2
? to dl*trftmt<
t cmr advertlM
menu In part payment for a high grade A err
bicycle, wiilch *o send them on approval, f
wort dono until the bicycle arrives andpror
satisfactory.
Young Ladies esama<terms.
If bovs or rirls npply they must be well recot
' mended. Write for particulars.
ACME CYCLE COHPANY,
ELKHART, 1ND.
t . . ?: ? rttx ?HHI HHIIIIII
Delta Cotton Co.
Memphis, T*nn., Oct. 3,189J
Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dear Sirs Yours of the 1st inst.
hand ; also the Acme Bell for my daut
' ter, and to say that she is delighted witl
! would be putting it too mila. 1 had I
' wheel sent out to Seminary, and
1 the close of school, it created more exci
ment among the girls, than the provert
; "Mary's Little Lamb." Again thanki
you for the nice wheel, I am,
Yours truly,
R. W. HARRIS.
Yice-Pres. and Gen. Mgi
Ohio Association Union E
Prisoners of the War.
J Columbos, Ohio, Sept. 12,189f
I Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, Ind.
, Dear Sirs The Acme Light Roads
, came to hand 0. K. on the 10th inst., e
, I must frankly say it meets my full
r expectations, and I am very much pleas
r with it. I consider it a strictly high gn
r up-to-date wheel in every detail of desij
, material, construction and finish, and
fullv eaual. if not superior, to many
} the Tbest $100.00 wheels "sold on the mar
here. I believe the Acme frame is
; strongest and most rigid and the m
J graceful and lightest frame built. It i
beauty among beauties, and cannot fai
satisfy. Yours truly,
CHAS. T. KEETCHR. Sectec
W.E. FERGISON
i
! BLACK HAWK
CORN SHELLERS are the best on
market. I have sold 48 and hi
only 3 more on hand. They are ing
* ious machines, and worth the price as!
1 for them.
! PLOW MOULDS
COTTON HOES, and other items for
. farm and garden can always be lot
at my store at fair prices.
| CURRY COMBS
1 At from 5 cents up to 25 cents. I wo
* stale that there is a material differe
between the combs; but you may mi
your own selection.
J I have a nice assortment of gem
, groceries of the best grades and at pr
1 that are right. W. E. KERGUSO>
S
it COME ONE! COME ALL!!
^ "VTY gallery is located on Cleveli
JLtJL avenue, one door West of Majo
0 F. Hart's residence. My PICTURES
0 made by the INSTANTANEOUS PJ
e CESS, beautifully lighted, finely retou
ed and finished in first class-stvie in ev
sense of the word, and at hard til
prices. If in need of fine photos, give
!- a call before going iilstfwnere. Exte
li work a specialty. Terms, Cash.
S. W. WATSON, The Photographe
/
/
rY- mg MAY & MAY, .
Ok DRUGGISTS. Zl
ive
5.
innd Soda Water as Cold
As Charity
IS- Is Now Being Serve<
SE
"J At May & May's.
cu* A T.SO ICE of the same terrmeraturi
JLr We don't sell less than " 5 ceni
ion wort^ *ce anybody.
the
[,b9! The Best Blood
"d Purifiers Can
the
tt Always be Found
j? At May & May's
y1"
Drug: Store.
jep Ayer's and Hood's Sarsaparilla, S. S. S
P. P. P.. B. B. B., etc. These are fin
nd tonics and alteratives and will tone u
-esj your system wonderfully. We keep
All the Reliable
be Patent Medicines.
tit-. When you want Warner's Safe Kidne;
er- and Liver Cure, Warapole's Cod Live
* A?I r> ?3 T> T)
ea v^ll, rumway a avcwij jrvm.oi, Jtmuo
re- Celery Compound, Fellow's Hypophos
Shites, Simmons Liver Medicine, King'
Tew Discovery, Horeford's Acid Phos
on phate, Bull's Cough Syrup?we coul<
ib- not begin to give you a list as the name
rill would fill a catalogue. So call on us am
act see.
'?] Prescriptions
Can and will always be accurately fillei
er* when brought to our store, having just re
5n" ceived a large shipment of drugs am
chemicals for our prescription depart
ter ment, and the counter is always in charg
10 of competent clerks.
>re
he Cigars and Tobacct
re- Is quite an important feature of ou
nd stock and we can especially boast of ou
)U. fine cigars?having the finest line it
>ry town. Among our brands will be foun<
jry the famous San Pedro Cigars, also Lilacs
Cuban Blossoms, Sabarrosa, Espanos
Smokettes, etc., and the Old Glory ?Che
ect roots?the best on the market.
,u_ In Smoking Tobacco we can surel;
satisfy you. We have Fruits and Flow
Dte ers, Pick Leaf, Gold and Silver and al
01_ popular brands. In Chewing Tobaco
re we handle only the best and our prices ar
at the bottom.
Extracts,
Perfumery and
Soaus.
Everybody knows that our stock o
Extracts, Perfumery and Soaps is th
veiy finest on the market. Delicate odo
and lasting fragrance are the distinguish
ing features of our perfumes.
Remember that we have a nice line o
PURE ROCK CRYSTAL SPECTA
CLES. MAY & MAY.
iv? LATIMER'S BAZAAR.
_ WALL PAPER.
Y"?5 OU will find at LATIMER'S BA
ZAAR samples of over 1000 styles t
wall paper, among which will be foun
designs adapted to drnwing rooms, li
if braries, halls, dining rooms and kitcheni
' Wall paper is much nicer than paint c
kalsomine and is not expensive.
DRESS MAKING
i Is still a feature at LATIMER'S FASH
* ION BAZAAR, and the work and finis
I" of the gowns at our establishment ai
? equal to that of any establishment in th
United States.
J FANCY GROCERIES
nf nrtTT? BAZAAR'S an
13 aiiutuci pan v*. A AJ. __
I the nicest goods of the canned kingdor
j can always be found on our shelves. Tr
J a can of our superfine Tripe?it's fln<
We also have Irish Potatoes, Onion Set*
New Orleans Molasses, and as fine Flou
as is on tfle market. Come to LAT1
i. MER'S FASHION BAZAAR whe
you want the best.
to
jjf NO MORE USE TO WORRY.
ide I "WHY,. what on earthquakes ^o
Drn( TT looK so worriea, r.jsit: i
f is look as if your last friend had given yo
of the go-by.'"
ket "Oh, Delia, it's not that, but the troubl
the 's this: I am so tired of having the sam
03t menu three times a day, every day,'and
is a don't know what to get for a change."
1 to "You iust quit worrying and send dow
to Mr. Mason Ferguson's and get som
j. QUAKEROATS.it is excellent and 1
cents is all it costs a package. Herbei
r thinks it's the best thing he ever eat."
' "Much obliged to you for telling me,
? shall send to Mr. Mason and get some."
"Be sure to get QUAKER."
"All right, I will."
MY SPRING STOCK.
the
ave lVfY spring stock has all been receive
en_ JLtjL and now I have on hand one of th
ced most complete lines of Tinware lhattb
city of Yorkville has seen in a great man
moons. Now, it don't matter what kin
of tin utensils you may happen to want,
can oil her furnish it or get it on very shoi
notice.
the
IT HAS BEEN SAID:
\ "Cleanliness is next to godliness."
> have no doubt that the saying is true.
you have no bathtub, you just ought I
olo come and see me about one. I will mak
nee you any size or shape Bathtub you ma
ake want and I make no overcharge.
gj IP YOU DWELL
I.
Anywhere on this or the othor side of tl:
deep blue creek, if you have a house c
Chinchee Isle, or elsewhere, I would I
glad to put on the rooting arnfgutterini
Write right now for a right estimate. M
and Pr'eCH are fight. P. A. ABERNATHY.
r J.
are THE HEAKSI2.
WT MOORE & CO., have purcha
ich- IT ed a hearse that is a credit to an
ery city. Same will be run by Glenn <fc A
mes lison in connection with our UNDE1
me TAKING BUSINESS at moderate rate
rior Our stock of Collins and Caskets are ui
equaled. Personal attention,
ir. W. B. MOORE A CO.
2 DOBSON'S RACKET.
r THE GREAT
ATTRACTION
NOW IS MRS. DOBSON'S
1 HEADGEAR
FOR
51 LADIES.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF Ladies' Hats, Bonnets, Flowers
and all kinds of Millinery has just
arrived and our numerous friends and
customers can again be supplied with
tbe latest fashions at the very lowest
prices. Come early before they are all
picked over. Some slyles we cannot get
any more as thev will all be taken.
Wfl Rrn vfirv thank fill to those who have
bought from us, also those who are waiting
e for our new arrivals and those who so
p kindly let us off from trimming their
Hats and Bonnets last Saturday and gave
way to our country friends.
Our
Dress Goods
,! Department Has
[ Been on a Special
j Boom During1 tlie
! Past 10 Days,
Especially
In black goods, as we have sold almost
. entirely out; but will receive one supply
^ today and another the last of this week
<[ and all will be pretty and cheap.
; Our
Summer
* Dress Goods
I Are PRETTY
! And CHEAP.
^ Our White Goods are especially pretty and
if you buy before you see our beautiful
_ Dimities, Lawns and Mulls, you will sure
" be left.
1 Am* SI innai'Q
? VUl L71IUUV1U
e
Are surely very pretty. Prices from 50
cents to $1.50. Our Ladies' Shoes are as
Good as the Best, as
Pretty as the Prettiest,
And as Cheap as the
e Cheapest.
- See them before you
.f buy. Yours to Serve,
T. M. D0BS0N & CO.
h JUST 20 YEARS AGO
J rpHE WILCOX A WHITE ORGAN
X CO., was established in the citv of
Meriden, Conn. Then it was a small affair,
as such concerns usnallv are in infancy
; today it is one of the largest Organ
d manufacturing companies in the world,
n producing nearly TEN THOUSAND
y ORGANS each year. Mr. H. K.White,
3, the senior member of the firm has been
{ manufacturing Organs for 4T YEARS,
r and Mr. White, being a workman of
the old school, is giving his personal
supervision to the Wilcox A White factory
it is only reasonable to suppose that every
instrument sent out is perfect in every de
tail, even down to the trivial matter of
making their Organs absolutely "mouse
proof." With the production of the first
Organ, the Wilcox A White Organ* company
began growing in popularity, and it
nas grown and expanded until today the
sweet and powerful strains of the Wilcox
A White Organ are heard in every country
ON THE FACE OF THE GLOBE.
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un one single oruer uimuouiLmn> uuiuum
241 ORGANS TO AUSTRALIA.
W. & W'S. GUARANTEE.
Every instrument that this company
turns out is guaranteed for SIX years;
but in view or the fact that before shipment,
every Organ must have the approval
of Mr. H. K. White and his three sons,
who are experts, this guarantee is merely
a form, as the Wilcox & White Organs
are manufactured for a lifetime, not merely
for six years' use. If you are thinking
of purchasing an Organ, you will do well
u to write to the WILCOX & WHITE ORu
GAN CO., Meriden, Conn., or to GEO.
, T. SCHORB, General Agent, Yorkville,
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! HAVE YOU BEEN IN
I THE HA3IT OF
BUYING
- "yOTJR Clothes made either by local or
itinerant tailors? DID YOU KNOW
d THAT FIRST-CLASS READY-MADE
le
e CLOTHING ARE BETTER THAN
y
d MOST ANY OF THESE GOODS?
I
rt 'l'ney are noconiy jjbj 11 un, iuhuh um
you can get fitlted just as well and at
about HALF PRICE. Come in some
time whether you want to buy or not,
:o and let us show you?we'll try to convince
:e
,y you of the truth of these statements.
JUST A LITTLE
Change in the crown a little difference in
Jn the brim and there you are; but what a
difference in the HAT. There's satisfacy
tion in knowing that you are wearing the
_ correct shape. We are the pick of the
season's plums in HATS.
'y Our ?2 and $2.50 Derbys are not the finest
^ Hats made, but there's as muq^i wear in
a- them as in lots of other Hats at $3 and $1.
A new line just in. J. J. Hl|NTER.
1
i
^ 0 *Y * * V
It's My Show That
Attracts; Competitors
Can't Stay in the Ring.
M Y business methods are fast
approaching the point where competitors
can't hope to stay in the
ring. It's Strauss on the right,
Strauss on the left and Strauss
to the front! Strauss's store is a
perfect beehive, thoroughly and
absolutely packed by experienced
bargain-hunters who are attracted
to Strauss's dry goods store on
account of the superior quality
of goods handled there, and on
account of the extremely low
prices. People don't ask me to
come down, but seem to wonder
1 T 11 4.1, /if enrtli Iattt I
1IUW l acu 111C111 at iiutu
prices. Last week we advertised
our Sti^w Hats at from 3 cents
up, and before the season is hard- 1
ly open, it looks as though I will
have to duplicate my order ! .
Straw Hats for the million, Straw '
Hats for the rich and the poor, j
Straw Hats at the price of timo- 1
thy hay ! Come join the rush. |
Dress Goods?Whew ! i
Strauss' stock of summer Dress j
Goods is a bewildering, dazzling 1
sight to behold. All the colors J
and shades and tints are display- J
ed in great streams of beauty and
artistic loveliness and at prices ,
that has demoralized the wildest J
competiton. Shirt Waist Silks \
at Strauss is a feature this season, :
and I have from the cheapest \
quality to the finest imported :
Black Silk. Lawns at from 3 ;
cents up. See my Batiste, Brilliantine,
Jaconets, Organdies,
Muslins with silk stripes, and 1
Swiss?white, black, dotted and ,
strioed. Comoetitors can't stay
- r ^ x
in the ring.
Gentlemen, be sure to see my
clothing. H. C. STRAUSS.
GENTLEMEN,
Get Your Suits Made
to Order.
Messrs. Lamm & Co.,
SAY: "NoMiing is too good for our customers.
Iii the selection of our trimmings
for the spring and summer seasons,
we have selected only the best goods ana
guarantee our linings to give perfect satisfaction.
Correct Goods 1
Correct Styles I
Correct Prices!
Correct Fit Guaranteed!"
We Are Agents,
""T T X T\TW ~C
And nave a r uijli uin m ui lutsynu.
Lamm <fe Compady's samples which we
will be delightM to have you come and
examine. You have NO express or freight
charges to add, all transportation charges
PREPAID, and the price quoted to you
by us is all the cost.
FIT GUARANTEED
OR NO PAY.
KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON.
W. B MOORE & CO.
TPEKTCENTT
RETURNED
ON all cash sales from now until the
31ST day of AUGUST, next. We
keep everything and sell as low as the
lowest, ana in addition return 5 per cent,
on CASH SALES. Is this worth your
attention? Again, we will give you the
privilege of guessing a number for each
$1 worth of goods bought of us, and some
one will receive a $40 music box free?the
Eerson guessing nearest the stated numer
sealed in an envelope.
China, Glass and English
GOODS. Our stock is larger than ever
before.
Tile Hearths now in the reach of everyone.
Prices greatly reduced. Call and
examine our samples.
Razorine will sharpen any razor.
Clauss Shears warranted to be unequaled,
and if you have a pair that does not
please you, bring them back and get a
new pair.
Everything ! Everything at
W. B. MOORE A CO'S.
J. W. DOBSON.
DRIED PEACHES, pealed and unpealed
at J. W. DOBSON'S. Also dried apples.
BASEBALLS.?Spalding Baseballs, every
one warranted, at J. w. DOBSON'S.
CANNED GOODS.?If you want fresh
Canned Goods, we have Okra and Tomatoes.
Grated Pineapple, Cornned Beef,
Sardines, Oysters, Pearline, Gold Dust
and Octagon Snap, you can get them at
J. W. DOBSON'S.
SECOND-HAND SCALES.?You can
get a pair of Second-Hand Platform
Scales at J. W. DOBSON'S also secondhand
wagons.
MOUSE TRAPS at the up-town store.
PERSONS wanting any goods froni J.
W. DOBSON'S Cheap Store can 'phone
No. 15 and he can get them on short notice.
J. H. RIPPLE.
CAN I
YES, AND WILL! '
I WILL MEET any demand for Guano
and Fertilizers. Observe that I say,
without qualification, that I will meet
the demand on Guano and Fertilizers and
the quality, as heretofore handled by mo,
leads the list of all the brands handled in
this county.
WHITE & RED
RUST PROOF OATS, of the finest variety.
If you want them get 'em now; I
can't save 'em.
DECORATE YOUR MULES
With J. H. Riddle's Plow Gears, Bridles
and Collars. They will save Cattle Powders
!
RIDDLE'S FLOUR
Has always set the price for other people
to sell roods by. He uses the product of ,
several mills and handles only the best
quality, and now has a "commodious"
stock of Flour on hand; but will sell vou
flour at prices now that he can't touch in
thirty days. Buy a supply now and save
money.
m mm Ajaaaaaaf a nan* VIIPIM.
I AIYIMJKKT I HAVt I Htm;
But I guess that sometime, when yon
want a little LIME water, or put a shingle
roof on a small building, you will relieve
me of a few of them. I have on hand
too many shingles and too much lime,
and what is more I have more LIME and
SHINGLES coming. Now is the time to
buy lime and shingles.
J. H. RIDDLE.
L. G. GRIST. 8. X. GRIST.
GRIST COUSINS.
OUR CLAIM IS MORE
THAN SUSTAINED.
SEVERAL weeks ago we advertised
that we had in stock a supply of fancv
patent Flour made at the Champion Roller
Mills?G. L. Riddle, of Zeno, York
county, proprietor?and represented it to
be equal to any sold on this market and
at the same time asked the people to test
our claim and Flour. Quite a number
bave done so, and the result is very gratiWno
tn iir Snmfl nf th? host inaires in
tkis eection pronounced it the very best
Flour they ever used, which more than
sustained our claim as we only represented
it be be "equal to any on the market." A
fresh supply will be in this week. We
control the sale of Riddle's fancy patent
}n this market. No other dealer can furnish
it to you.
Keystone Sauerkraut.
We have just received a barrel of Keystono
Sauerkraut. This brand of Kraut
is at)eolutely the best goods on the market
ind is far superior to the ordinary homemade
article as pound cake is to asb cake.
Anybody who is fond of cabbage will enjoy
eating Keystone Kraut. Call and get
vourself some, or tell us about it over
Hello No. 12.
Don't Fail to Recollect
That we sell the finest Cucumber Pickles
sold in Yorkville at 10 cents a dozen.
GRIST COUSINS.
Fellows' Syrup of Hypopbospbites
at fl.20 per bottle.
G. H. O'LEAR 1.
I HAVE ON HAND A COMPLETE
STOCK OP FURNITURE'
OF all kinds demanded in this Section
of the country. Goods bought right
are half sold, and we believe we have
bought right. If yon need anything in
our line, we can begin at the front door
and supply you with everything needful.
hall, narlor. library, bedrooms,
diningroom and kitchen complete. My
warehouse, twice the size of my store, is
packed fbli; so if you do not see what
you want, ask for it.
G. H. O'LEARY.
STOVES. WVb?.
Ranges, Iron Eipg and Elmo Heating
Stoves, and a large line of cheaper Stoves,
Grates, Stove Repairs, Stove Ware,
Pipes, etc. G. H. O'LEARY.
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
WE still keep on hand a large stock of
Saddles, Collars, Bridles, Whips,
etc. In all the above lines our facilities
are the best for handling these goods, and
we are prepared to sell as low as any
market G. H. O'LEARY.
CARPETS, RUGS, ETC.
ANEW line of All Wool Carpets.
Cotton Chain Carpets, Rugs in all
grades. Art Squares, Mattings, Brussels
and Mnquette. We sell by Samples.
Window Shades of all shades and grades.
G. H. O'LEARY.
S. A. L. S.I.L.
TAKE THE SEABOARD AIR LINE
TO THE
Southern Baptist Convention at
Chattanooga, Tenn.
OX account of the above convention to
be held in Chattanooga, Tenn., May
8th, to 14th, the SEABOARD AIR LINE
SYSTEM, the recognized favorite route of
the southern people, has arranged to run
a "BAPTISTSPECIAL" from Washington,
Richmond, Norfolk and their entire
system, which takes in all prominent
points in Eastern Virginia and North and
South Carolina, to Chattanooga Tenn.
This SPECIAL will leave Washington,
Richmond, Norfolk, Durham, Southern
Pines, Wilmington, Maxton, Laurinburg,
Hamlet, Rockingham, Wadesboro, Manon,
Rutherfordton, Shelby, Lenoir, Hickory,
Newton, Lineolnton, Charlotte, Monroe,
Chester, Clinton, on May 6th arriving
at Chatanooga on the 7th.
:-1 ?oi ho ar ran cod from
Opvuim vtiii u*wv vw ? Q?
Charleston, Florence, Orangeburg, Columbia,
Newberry, by way of Clinton, and
from-Greenville, Spartanburg, via Greenwood
and from Anderson, via Calhoun
Falls.
This will be the grandest "BAPTIST
SPECIAL" over inaugurated in the
South. .Rate of ONE FIRST CLASS
FARE for the round trip is authorized
from all statious. Schedules and rates
will be published later.
For further information apply to Soliciting
Agents or Ticket Agents or to the undersigned
:
WM. B. CLEMENTS,
Traveling Pass. Agt.,
B. A. NEWLAND,
Gen'l Agt. Pass. Dept., Atlanta, Ga.
T. J. ANDERSON,
Gen'l Pass. Agt.,
H. W. B. GLOVER,
Traffic Manager, Portsmouth, Va.
March 11 21 w8t
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