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AT THE CHURCHES. i
episcopal. i
Sunday Services. Lay services in
the morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday school i
at 4.30 p. m.
Services on Tuesday evening next (Rev.
J. W. Cantey Johnson officiating) at 7.30
o'clock.
trinity methodist episcopal.
Sunday Services. Preaching Sunday
morning at 11 and in. the evening r
at 7.30 o'clock. Sunday school at 4 p. m. s
presbyterian. S
Sunday Services.?Preaching Sun- f
g. day morning at 11 o'clock and in the even- (
ing at 7.30. Sunday school at 4 o'clock t
in the afternoon. 1
a8sociate reformed presbyterian. ?
' Sunday Services.?YORKVILLE?
Sundav school at 4 o'clock p. m. TIR- c
ZAH?Preaching in the morniug at 11.30 B
o'clock.
baptist.
* * Sunday Services.?YORKVILLE? 1
Sunday school at 10 o'clock in the morn- i
ing. UNION?Preaching Sunday at 11 |
o'clock a. in. CLOVER?Preaching on t
Sunday at 7.30 p. m. J
HYMENEAL.
Married?In Bullock's Creek church, Jj
? on Wednesday, 7th instant, at 7 p. m., by
Rev. J. B. Swann, Mr. H. J. SHERER
and Miss CORA LOVE. All of York
county. !
COFFINS ROBES AND CASKETS. ;
WE now have probably the largest i
stock in the county to select from.
Prices to suit customers, from the cheap- (
\ est to fine Oaks, Walnuts, Broadcloth's of
various qualities. Metalic and White goods
in infants and adults sizes. Personal
attention. New Hearse. 1
? W. B. MOORE <fc CO. i
FLOUR. MEAL, COTTON. J
WE will turn your wheat into as fine }
a grade of flour as can be made in 0
the United States. We will grind your v
corn so as to exactly suit your notion of ?
what good meal ought to be. There is 0
not a cotton gin in this whole country v
that can gin you a better sample or turn
out a bale in less time. ,
YORKVILL.E ROLLER MILLS. f
Pelham Morrow, Manager.. g
ESTATE OF SAMUEL IEROY DA- ?
VIS DECEASED. g
ALL persons indebted to tbe estate of v
SAMUEL LEROY DAVIS, de- a
ceased, are hereby notified to make pay- v
xnent without dealy to my attorney, W. i.?
W. LEWIS, Esa. Persons having claims tl
against the said estate are requested to
present them to my attorney, dnly au?
thentiated, within the time prescribed by
law. MRS. MAMIE DAVIS, 1:
Administratrix. \
October 10 82 s 3t
W. M. KENNEDY
WILL furnish tbe high schools, the q
graded schools and the public c
schools, with their books at the lowest
possible cash prices. Graphic copies and
Stationery. Arrangements with the publishers
of standard books, enable me to a
supply any not on hands in a very few v
days.
LAmm A Company's new sample book
^for FALL and WINTER clothing is on
hand, and we ask all who want a GOOD /
FIT IN GOOD GOODS to examine the I
styles and prices before buying. \
HUNTERSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL,
FOR BOTH SEXES.
PRIMARY, English, Classical,
?ll*Rk Musical, Business, Shorthand, "}
Art' Typewriting.
Thio tohnnl has been adopted
as a Presbyterial school by the
v First Presbytery of the Associate
Reformed Synod of the South:
though it is not strictly a denominational
school. Its pupils enter three of the best
colleges in the South without examination
It holds three competitive scholarships in
as many colleges in South Carolina.
Come and prepare yourself to enter
college, or for any profession.
Send for Catalogue. n
GRAY & CROSBY, Principals, J
Huntersville, N. C.
July 18 58 s 3m
" A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY. l
Dr. J. B. Delvaux's Great Indian ^
Blood Purifier Is Nature's Own
Remedy. ^
MADE from the best and most power- .
ful medicin&l and curative rootsund 1
herbsof the forest. Dr. J. B. DELVAUX'S r
INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER is truly a .
-.marvelous remedy for the treatment of t
all chronic disease in individuals who .
have thin blood and have lost their vitality,
and as a tonic it has no equal. It invigorates
the system, overpowers dyspep- i
f siaand walks roughshod over all ailments
having a tendency to depressed spirits. I
Within a radius of 100 miles it has nearly
run all other preparations from the mar- e
ket and is emperor of all family medicine
chests. It cleanses and tones up the ,
stomach, promotes a healthy action of the t
liver, bowels and kidneys, and produces ,
pure rich blood, thus giving the patient
the strength to withstand the attacks of r
diseases. It cures syphilis in any stage,
scrofula, old sores, piles, suaKing cuius,
nervous prostration, general debility,
and will prevent malarial fever. This
great remedy has no rival. Sold in all
first-class drug stores, and general country
stores, and by authorized agents, who
- are now covering ever nook and corner of
the county; or you can get it direct from
us by applying to Dr. J. B. DELVAUX
<Jc CO., lorkville, S. C.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Rock Hill, S. C.,
October 1. 1800.
ORGANIZED JANUARY, 1887.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, ?201,95)5 03
Overdrafts, 2,143 48
United States bonds, 18,750 00
Stocks and bonds, 0,500 00
Furniture and fixtures, 1,587 98
Premiums account, 2,300 00
Redemption fund with U. S.
treasurer, 843 75
CASH RESERVE,
Due from banks, ?30,884 21
' 1 1 . 1 4 4-S i 4 P.I OOA l!P
uasil on nanus, ft ui,'>k> " >
$283,459 80
LIABILITIES.
Capital, ? 75,000 00
Surplus and profits (net) 30,600 10
Circulation, 16,835 00
Rediscounts, 34,000 00
Dividends unpaid, 12 00
deposits.
Individuals ? 116,843 41
Banks, 12,100 20 120,003 70
?285,450 SO
TOTAL DIVIDENDS PAID, ?51,750.
v Your business solicited.
J. II. MILLER, Cashier.
W. L. Roddky, President.
directors:
_ W. L. RODDEY, J. R. LONDON,
n J. E. RODDEY, A. F. RUFF,
T. L. JOHNSTON, W. J. RODDEY,
J. H. MILLER.
FROM FASHION'S CENTRE.
iss Jessie Latimer Has Returned
Home With the Choicest Array
of Fashionable Millinery
Ever Seen in York.
rHE Millinery department of LATI- J
MER'S BAZARR has assumed the
ippearance of former days, though not
to profuse. It simply has a lovely stock
>f millinery, selected especially for and
idapted to the fastidious requirements |
>f customers who know exactly what I
hey want and who come very near I
mowing where to get it. THE LADIES
ire cordially invited to call and inspect
hese goods.
Miss LATIMER, who by nature is enlowed
with that perculiar dexterity and
irtful taste so necessary to the pleasing
iffect of a milliner, is in charge of the
foods, and she having spent sometime in
he designing rooms of a great New York
ilillinery work room, has the latest Par
sian designs and bows in her mind's l
lye and on the tips of her fingers, which
mables her to give even greater satisfacion
than last season wnen THE BASARR'S
MILLINERY was all the rage.
Table Crockery.
At LATIMER'S you can find an elegant
s? t of Table Crockery at g6.50. Also
i nice lot of Hotel Tumblers and Goblets. >
Fine Shoes. "
In a few days THE BAZARR will have
i nice stock of FINE SHOES.
LATIMER'S BAZARR.
G. GRIST. S. M. GRI8T. j
GRIST COUSINS. ,
WE HAVE THEM AT LAST. '
LAST fall we bought a small lot of Ra- *
zor Straps and sold them to persons .
n this section who wanted something
bat would put and keep a cutting edge 1
n a Razor. Alter the first lot was ex- J
lausted we ordered more, and the house <
ent us Straps similar to those sold by 1
>ther concerns in this section and which *
re know by experience were not what *
ras wanted. We sent them back, and q
ried- elsewhere for what we wanted and
niled, until about one week ago, \Vhen we
ot what our customers wanted. The
Itraps are now in stock, and if you have X
rouble in keeping your Razor in shape
et one of our Straps and your troubles n
rill disappear. With one of these Straps
nd our ?1.50 Warranted Razors, shaving V
rill be a pleasure instead of a torture, as
i now the case with many who will read T
he above.
THE KING OF ?IAM si
Cigar is the best ? cent smoke on the J]
narket, and we invite smokers to test it.
Ve also handle Traylor's Key West.
NE\^ CROP MOLASSES.
We have just received a barrel of New
!rop, N. 0~. Molasses. It is worth 50
ents a gallon. It is extra choice.
Moclia and Java.
We still handle the celebrated Mocha
nd Java blended Coft'ee. Try it. You
rill be pleased.
GRIST COUSINS.
ILII JOHN ROBINSON'S
CIRCUS
Will Be in Yorkville on /
Next Friday, October \
16th, and the Street
Parade Will be a Big
Show in Itself, and
EVERYBODY IS INVITED
to Make My Store Headquarters
During the Day.
It is with great pleasure that
throw open my entire store for
he reception and entertainment
>f men, women and children, and <
ince my storeroom gives pecuiar
vantage to view the parade, g
10 one should fail to take advan- a1
age of this cordial invitation to s(
dew the great street parade of pi
'Old John Robinson and Frankin
Bros'. Circus, Menagerie and w
lippodrome," the favorite tent- C(
d amusement of the South.
On that day I will offer great ^
>argains throughout all departnents.
Remember the day and -p
emember STRAUSS.
IMMNHNINMIMHUNJ li
I p
Why we sell i <
Warner's !1
Corsets? I ?
r
because thc\? are J
i-t? 0
I LUC JUIIIUUIU 1SJ1 I
5 style, fit and com? {
: fort. Patterns to { e
: fit every figure. S '
H. C. STRAUSS. .
<
BLACKSMITH COAL.
TWO TONS Blacksmith Coal lor sale
Apply at the
ENQUIRER OFFICE.
THE G
MONEY i
RECOGNIZED IS THE
LE1DIH6 STOI
We have Revolut
A 11 A T
-Mil \JVC1 111C V
Jnderbuy, Undersell Did It! 1
Say as What
Claiming to sell cheaper does not count mud
"acts. The people are intelligent; have to work
vhen they could be "humbugged.". Some of th
)f cheapness since we came here are finding this
vhich is not backed by facts?the actual values
vasted. Our greatest advertisement has bee
Prices. Not simply a catch-penny bargain he
startling, sweeping, unapproacha
wer piece of goods throughout e ve
;tocks.
Among the ultra specials for next week is our
Fovelty Suiting in five neat patterns. This is a
5 cents per yard. We were represented at two
lour Wvrlr HThe result is we have the Ohei
W)llgllt. The assortment is bewildering.. Or
ilky looking boucle in Black and Navy, elegai
>resses. All wool double width Serge in Blacl
d cents. The stock of Dress Goods and Trimm:
$10,000 WORTH OF FINE CLOTHIN
e have ever been able to name before.
irs can be had at any price. The prices j
and last.
All wool Black and Blue Cheviots Suits, 34 to 42,
Black and Blue Clay Worsted Si
j Black and Blue Cheviot Suits, $
U?. J Dickey's all wool Gray Kersey I
price, $4.95.
Imported Cheviots in Brown, Gi
/ ) Vx \ we ?Pen at $5/
1 %;0 / \ Wide-wail Black and Blue all \
A c / 1 ?12. our price, S7.Q.S.
f HERE ARE THE FAME
NOTHING TOO I
We bought them cheap and w
ground here ; they keep moving.
Neat Pin Check Cassimers, Sch]
/ Fancy Plaid Bouretted Cheviots
Neat, Dressy, Hair-lined Cassim
Black Imported Clay Suits, thei
BOYS' SUITS! CHILDR
All sizes, styles and qualities,
offers advantages for dressing be
years, equal to any city store. 1
assortment of the famons "Mrs.
uits. Ask. to see these Suit. They are made in all
t prices to suit ever}' purse. Write for catalogue.
:ock of Knee Pants, 5 to 15 years, made by "Mrs. J
erfect fitting, elastic wa*s
:at and knees, hold fast
arranted not to rip. / Mail
jive nromot atten ti?n
>ver 1,500 Pairs PA]
From a Bursted Jmfcr ' \ Con
Is Your BBPf ^ia
'OUR NUMBERS IN / ? " f?SJ JEA
WORLD. No. 8192 Qifl Sp' Men
;o. 9689 Heavy Tenn. j | o p-jpr Woe
leavier Tenn. Wool fille<
venn. Wool filled Jeans ^an
'ants, $2 value, at $1. i W^" J44
1.25. 312 prs. Har I ris's
lieap at $3, our price, I i \ j $i-E
'ants, very dressy pat MBM IS? tern
2.85 to $3.50. ||R [ yj
LADIES' FALL J^T |gr CAP
Under Depress- ^ if 10 ed C
Below COST of Jg MA?
leaver Cloth Capes, fine
:apes.\vith Fur Trim- "A Mrs. Hopkins Boy." ming
r J 1 __ T">?1 Drt/, /I P **n 1A a A ou/1 P. 11
lanasomeiy ninuruiuciicu,- uwiau, uiam>.u aim
A CYCLONE IN [
NOTHING EVER LIKE IT!
3 cases, 6,700 yds. Indigo Blue Calico worth, 5 cts.
vorth 5 cts., at 2/ cts. 7,000 yds. Rosedale Plai
jinghams, 5 cts. quality, at 2^ cts. 8,700 yds.
Bleach Domestic, at 5 cts. Wool-filling School Boy
OUR SHOE STOCK EMBRACES FOUR COMI
Hayden Guardiner & Co.'s$i.45 to $1.95. The
state's $3 Line. The Williams-Kneeland Co.'s $3 t
action or money refunded.
AMONC OUR LADII
There arc none so pretty and servicable as DREW
th Century and all the latest stvles. A new pair
SATISFACTION.
THE CREATEST DOLLA!
THOUSANDS SOLD ANNUALLY?Everybod;
>ur Messenger Tie at 90 cts. ? Call for No. 226, a fi
1 daisy ! THE PEOP
G AN SON DR
iREAT ;
5AVERS!1
L
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I tx
8?
it
DC IN TUC QTATFI *
ill. ill i ilk umikii
V
ionized Business.
Jp-Country. '
[t Is Not So Much What Yon '
Yon Do. 1
l with the people unless it is backed up by ?
hard for their money and the day is passed
e merchants who have assumed such an air
out to their sorrow. That advertisement ^
and prices which it represents?is money _
n Honest Values at Matchless
:re and there through the stock; but a
ble under-price which touches 1
- ? xv ? -4- rv-P vx-ii-aa iivimAnaA
;r^ uepar liuch t ui uiu immciioc ci
c<
01
great offering in 40-inch Silk and Wool J
l real 50 cents value and we make the price !!
Dress Goods Funerals last week in r(
apest Dress Goods Money Ever y,
ie interesting weave is a heavy all wool, g
atly suited for Ladies' Capes as well as T
c and all leading shades worth 25 cents, at
iug are enormous and varied. t<
G, at prices 25 per cent. LOWER than fc
No better fitting or better made Suits than
guaranteed only so long as the stock now in J
k
sold for $5.50 last fall, now at $3.75. E
lits, 34 to 42, worth $7.50, at $4.40. ' b
7.50 value, at $5. ^ ^ 81
Suits, 34 to 42, sells everywnere at #7.50, our
:ay and Invisible Plaids, would be cheap at $8, T
vool Worsted Suits, a handsome Dress Suit for j
)US SCHLOSS BROTHER'S SUITS! I
TOE FOR US TO BUTCHER I 2
e will sell them the same way?no stopping
1
loss's $12.50 Suits at $7.50. ?
, Schloss's, $12.50 Suits, at $7.50. 3
ers, Schloss's, $15 Suits, at $9. b
r price $18, our butchered price, $12,50. ?
EN'S SUITS ! , 1,
Our stock now P
?ys from 3 to 19 ?
lave a complete
grades and sold c?"lj *
We have a full ^
buttons and - ? - ?
orders will re- r 5^Wv-;'
| TiiS UDEL OH A CHILD5 Sl"T I
'cern. BNowht J C'JABAHTEES PERFECTIO:'. [ .
nee. ** ^-^r~ ^ I
NS PANTS WHICH CHALLENGE THE
's Tenn. Wool filled Jeans Pants at 29 cts. I
>1 filled Jeans Pants at 45 cts. No. 202
1 Jeans Pants at 69 cts. No. 204 Heavies,
ts at 85 cts. 200 prs. Hair-lined Cheviot
prs. Hair-lined Cheviot Pants, $2.50 value, at -1
Hair-line Cassiinere Pants in neat pin stripest J
I5. 300 prs. Men's Fine Imported Cassimer f]
s, tailor made, worth $5 to $6.50, our price,
ES?THE CORRECT STYE?Bought 1
nn/iiti/me rtf flip lVTn.rket. Prices
l/IIltlilAX/AAO VTA
fUFACTURING THEM.
quality Kersey Cloth Capes, Electric Plush
;, Two-toned Illuminated Silky Boucle Capes,
tton Trimmed Capes. Prices 65 cts. to $9. ]
)OMESTICS! ;
PRICES RIDICULOUSLY LOW!
, at 2l/2 cts. 2 cases, 4,420 yds. Dress Calicoes, v
ds, 4 cts. quality, at 2^ cts. 3,200 yds. Dress t:
8 cts. Dress Outings, at 5 cts. 3,000 yds. 4-4 a
Teans. i2lA cts., 162A cts., 20 cts. and 25 cts.
PLETE LINES OF MEN'S FINE SHOES! j
Alvon Shoe Co.'s $1.95 to $3.50. The Bay }
o $4.48. Every pair guaranteed to give satis- a
ES' FINE SHOES,
, SELBY & CO.'S. We have then in Twentiwill
be given for any pair that does not give j
R SHOE IN AMERICA!
y knows it?"Alfords Best." Have you seen s
rst quality whole stock Kip Toe at $1.25. It is 1
LE'S TO SERVE, 1
,Y GOODS COMPANY. |]
J. H. RIPPLE.
N. C. N. O. M.
[T7E desire to call your attention to
r V the fact that we have just received
barrel of New Crop New Orleans Molass
which we are retailing at 50 cents a
illon. Come and get some.
BELTING.
We keep in stock a large supply of
eatber and Kubber Belting, ana to
aybody whose jjood or ill fortune it may
a to need anything in this line, we would
ly you can't afford not see us before buyig
as you will save money and we guar3tee
every foot we sell.
STTTNPrT/ES AND TJME
We keep on band a large supply of
hingles and Lime and to all who wish to
uy in large quantities or carload lots,
fE WILL MAKE SPECIAL PRICES.
FLOUR AND HAMS.
We have just received fresh arrivals
F these indispensables and when bought
f us and freely used, we guarantee the
lost blissful domestic happiness.
FRUIT JARS.
Don't forget THE SLAUGHTERING
RICES at which we are selling these
rticles.
'OBACCO!! TOBACCO!!
The enormous stock of TOBACCO that
e have on hand must go, and if we
in't get our prices we will take yours as
e care very little what prices we get
> WE PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS.
J. H. RIDDLE.
i?. B MOORE & CO.
An Earthquake.
rHAT is if wo had an earthquake that
would smash up the cups, saucers
id dates of every man. woman and ?
aild iu the county, we believe we
auld furnish the demand at once from
jr present stock. In crockery we have
ist received a line of dinner sets and other
nods at the lowest prices in our expeence.
You can't afford to go by if you
ant goods in our line.
CLOVER and Crimson Clover seeds at
sduced prices. Overstock.
MACHINE OIL.?Do you use oil on
our Engine, Oin or any other machin,-y.
If so, we keep a good oil with some
ody and not like lamp oil or water,
ry it.
COTTON sheets for baskets.
CLAUSS Shears. Each pair waranted.
RAZORS, sold on guaranteed at 91.25
) $2.00.
RAZORINE will sharpen any razor
>r 15 cents.
ROGER'S Pocket Knives, and bestasartments
in town with a large stock of
ible cutlery. Also spoons, forks, carving
nives, etc.
BELTING, Engine Fittings, Injectors.
Ijectors, Valves of all kinds, fittings, etc.
CRESCENT Wheels lead. $50.00 will
uy a dandy. Call and talk to us on the
abject of wheels.
W. B. MOORE & CO.
(RYAN'S CROWN
OF THORNS
["S something new in the line of camL
paign buttons. I have on hand a sarnie
which anyone can examine who will
*11 at The Enquirer office. The badge
r button is well made and plated with
liver. It won't cost you anything to call
nd see it.
Ballew's Presidential Bee.
This is a badge which will also give you
itisfaction. It represents a bee or bug
ith closed wings. Touch the stinger
nd the portraits|of your favorite candidaates
will be exposnd on the wings. This
adge is for Democrats and Republicans.
r. 0. P. Gold Plated Elephant
s another neat and attractive badge and
i the very thing for gold men. It is gold
lated and durable, and will be a lasting
lementoof the campaign. Ttyis badge
as been recognized by the National Reublican
committee. The elephant wears
saddle with letters "G. u. r." on n.
'ouch a spring on the girt and portraits of
IcKinley and Hobart appear.
Also Bryan's Rabbit Foot
ladge with "16 to 1" on it can be obtaind
through me, as I can turnish you alioet
any kind of badge or button you
lay desire.
For prices, call on or address,
REG. M. GRIST, Vox 8.
Yorkvilie, S. C.
Representing Pugb & Reynolds, Iowa.
JOT OP AND DUSTED.
n order to give Strauss, the
"Hustler," more room' to
"Spread" and let his
Hair grow out,
[ HAVE MOVED
Hie Academy
of Music
?rom the McCain Building,
to the Allison Building,
next door to the Presbyterian
Church, opposite
Law Range
r AM offering the LESTER PIANO,
L WILCOX <fc WHITE ORGAN, and
he NATIONAL TYPEWRITER at
rices lower than any other agent or dealer
an possibly give on first class, high
rade goods.
a fnw inutriimpnts are now in mv stock.
rhich I olFer special bargains in to close
liem out, to make room for more.
It will pay any one to call and see me
nid hear what I have to say to them.
MY MUSIC PARLOR
i a nice, quiet place, and the Ladies are
specially invited to call and bring their
nusic aud play as much as they like.
I have a special bargain in a fine MAIOGANY
PIANO for a few days. Call
nd see it. GEO. T. SCllORB.
(The ^{orkriUc (Enquirer.
'ublished Wednesday and Saturday.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
lingle copy for one year, $ 1 OO
)ne copy tor two years, 3 50
tor six months, 1 OO
tor three months, SO
rwo copies for one year, 3 50
?en copies one year, IT 50
knd an extra copy for a club of ten.

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