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SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS.
Wllson-Hazznrd. < Hon. Slanyarne Wilson of Spartanburg, ul<1 Miss Hattie W. Hazzard, were married in the Prince George chuich, Georgetown, last Weduesday. Meets In Abbeville. The one huudred and eleventh annual session of the South Carolina Conference, is to be held at Abbeville from December 9 to 14. Speaking: For New Counties. Senator Tillman is to make a speech at St. Matthews on December 3rd, and at GafFney on December 5, in behalf of the new counties desired by those ambitious towns. The statement that Governor Evans is also to speak at GafFney, turns out to be incorrect. Game Tn Colleton. Columbia State, 27th : Mr. J. B. Scott returned to the city last evening after enjoying a fine deer hunt lasting eight days. In the party were gentle? ? r-nm P/vokimIIo Rrnnnhvillp and JLU C U J I UUl Jtwoviiitvy Denmark. The hunting ground was in the vicinity of Jacksonboro, Colleton county. The hunters were remarkably successful; they got 19 deers and 12 of them were splendid bucks. They also got a few large wild turkeys . and ducks. Magistrates Without Power. Judge Joseph H. Earle has just made a decision at Barnwell which will be of widespread interest aud very great importance. He decides that the magistrates of this state have no jurisdiction in either civil or criminal cases. This condition has been brought about by Governor Evans having vetoed the bill giving them jurisdiction and defiuing their duties. The governor vetoed the bill because it took from him the power of removal. If this decision stands, then South Carolina has no officers to try petty offenders and the verdicts rendered in civil cases by magistrates cannot stand. It is presumed the case will be taken at once to the supreme court. MERE-MENTION. Charles R. Crisp has been nominated unanimously by the Democrats of the Third Georgia district, to fill out the unexpired term of his deceased father in congress. The deposits in the New York banks are said to have in creased $20,000,000 since tne general election. B. M. Tillman, presidential elector for the state of Tennessee, died last Tuesday from the effects of having been struck by an engine a few days before. The receipts at the Atlauta postoffice last year amounted to $265,277.03. Battey Buck, the young Augustan who killed William Shiral some months ago, was acquitted of the charge of murder last Tuesday. The Spanish government is making heavy purchases of mules in Missouri for use in Cuba. H. D. Flood, Democrat, has declined a certificate of election to congress from the Tenth Virginia district. He was entitled to the certificate only as a technicality and that is why he refused it. Mr. William Waldorf Astor has made a gift of $50,000 to the Children's Aid society of New York. The dock laborers of London are tryiug to organize a strike that will extend simultaneously to all the seaports of the world. A German traveler has written a pamphlet in which he tries to prove that the election of McKinley was accomplished by means of English subsidies. There will be more Democrats in the next than in the present congress. AT THE CHURCHES! trinity methodist episcopal. Sunday Services.?Preaching Sunday morning at 11 and in the evening at 7 o'clock. Sunday school at 4 p. m. presbyterian. Sunday Services.?Preaching at 11 o'clock a. nr.. Sunday school in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. Preaching in the evening at 7. baptist. Sunday Services.?YORKYlLiLils? Sunday school at 10 o'clock in the morning. UNION?Preaching in the inorniDg at 11 o'clock. associate reformed. Sunday Services.?YORKVILLE? Sunday school in the afternoon at 3.30. TIRZAH?Preaching in the morning at 11.30 o'clock, by the pastor. episcopal. Rev. R. W. Anderson, rector. Evening prayer every afternoon at -f.30 o'clock. On Holy days there will be holy communion at 10 a. m. Sunday Services.?At 7.30 a. m. there will be holy communion. At 11 o'clock there will be morning prayer and sermon. Sunday school at 4 o'clock p. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 7.30. There will also be a celebration of the holy communion at 11 a. m. on the first Sunday in every month. HYMENEAL. Married?At Clover, on November 25, 1806, by Rev. R. M. Stevenson, Mr. B. R. SMITH and Miss LIZZIE BROOM. Both of York county. At the residence of the bride's pareuts, at Zeno, S. C., on Wednesday, 25th of November, 1896, at 6 o'clock p. m., by T. N. Kendrick, notary public, Mr. THOMAS BRANDON and Miss MINERVA MEEK. All of Bethel town ship. COFFINS ROBES AND CASKETS^ WE now Lave probably the largest stock in the county to select trom. Prices to suit customers, from the cheapest to fine Oaks, Walnuts, Broadcloth's of various qualities. Metalic and White goods in infants and adults sizes. Personal attention. New Hearse. W. B. MOORE & CO. WHEN YOU HEAR THE TERRORIZ1NG TONE OF THE BIG BELT IN the court house tower, it is needless to ask its meaning, for the unconscious shudder which has all but paralyzed your senses, makes you involuntarily scream "FIRE!" 'J hen you think ol your own home and your FIRE INSURANCE POLICY, a matter which should have been attended to long before the big bell rang. If you have no insurance see us at once and let us write you a policy in the Old Reliable Continental Insurance Company of New York, one of the strongest insurance companies in the United States, having gross assets of $2,510,828.25, and reserve for re-insurance in force of $4,191,020, and it costs no more to have your insurance written in the Con, tinental than in a smaller company. The rates are the same. See us. S* M. & L. GEO. GRIST, Agent. NOTICE TO OVERSEERS, ROAD OVERSEERS of York count are hereby instructed and require to work their respective sections FUL FOUR DAYS BEFORE DECEMBE! 15, next.' \V. J. STEPHENSON, Supervisor. By order of the County Board of Coir missioners. J. S. Bkice! Secretary. November 25 95 w 2t FLOUR, MEAL, COTTON. WE will turn your wheat into as fin a grade of flour as can be made i I the United States. We will grind you corn so as to exactly suit ycur notion < what good meal ought to be. There i not a cotton gin in this whole countr that can gin you a better sample or tur out a bale in less time. YORKVILLE ROLLER MILLS. Pel ham Morrow, Manager. ESTATE OF J. C. KUYKENDAI DECEASED. ALL persons indebted to tbe estate c Dr. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL, d< ceased, are hereby notified to make im mediate payment to the undersigned Persons having claims against the sai estate are requested to present the same duly authenticated, within the time pre scribed by law. C. M. KUYKENDAL, Executor. November 21 94 s3t S. W. WATSON. PHOTOGRAPHER, Cleveland Avenue, Yorkvlllc, S. C. Photography in ail the lates styles of the art. Special attentioi S'ven to outdoor work. My gallery i oroughly and comfortably furnisher with all tbe latest improvements. Term reasonable and strictly cash. S. W .WATSON. ~~ W. M. KENNEDY WILL furnish the high schools, tb graded schools and tbe publi schools, with their books at the Iowes Sossible cash prices. Graphic oopies am tationery. Arrangements with the pub lishers of standard books, enable me b supply any not on hands in a very fe^ days. Lamm <S Company's new sample bool for FALL and WINTER clothing is' 01 hand, and we ask all who want a GOOI FIT IN GOOD GOODS to examine th styles and prices before buying. L. G. GRIST. S. M. GRIS1 GRIST COUSINS WE BELIEVE WE ARE IN POSITIOI TO offer better prices on Buggies. Phae tons and Surreys than any other deal ere in this section. We don't claim to b able to buy for less than others; but w think that we are willing to work for les profit. You will, we think, find it t your interest to consult us before buying We can furnish you with a HAYDOCK COLUMBIA CARRIAGE CO., S AYERi A SCOYILL, THE H. H. BABCOCI CARRIAGE CO., or any other make c Buggy you may prefer. Now Don't Come to See U; With the idea that we have these vehicle in stock, because we haven't; but w guarantee to furnish them in a very fe> ays after your order is placed, and w are sure you will find it to your interest t give us your order. We are in the Bugg business for our health, and not with th idea of making a fortune. GRIST COUSINS. pBS" If you don't need a Buggy now,-am there is any danger of your failure to re collect what is said in this advertisement we wou'.d suggest that you cut it out am naata i? in vniir hat. YORK MUSIC STORE* CONSIDER WELL BEFORE buying a Piano or an Orga and get the best. Many agents mak a big fuss over their "CHEAP" instru ments, and claim that they have the besl and work for the "largest factories o earth." A few years use of their instru ments will prove the contrary. T1 MR PIANO TBI WILCOX & WHITI ORGAN have been sold by me in thi section for a good many years and hav fiven entire satisfaction. They are botl V A RR A N'TF.I) fn he FTRST-CLASS II EVERY RESPECT and equal to an other made. MY PRICES ARE LOWER THAN ANY OTHE] DEALER WILL GIVE YOU ON l FIRST CLASS INSTRUMENT. I have had over 25 years' experienc with Piauos and Organs, and hold mysel personally responsible for my iustru ments, in addition to the guarantee frou the companies. PIANOS and ORGANS on hand AL] THE TIME. G. T. SCHORB. -: THE: I SAYINGS BANE OF ROCK HILL, S.C Capital, --- - S50,000 Surplus aiul Profits, 31,000 ^yiTH ample resources and every fa cility for the transaction of the Bankin business in all its branches, this ban' solicits the business of corporations firms and individuals, tendering all th courtesies and accommodations that ai usually extended by a WELL CON DUCTED AND OBLIGING BANKINt HOUSE. Correspondence or a call solicited froi those contemplating a change in thei banking arrangements or the opening c a new account. Interest bearing certificates of depos issued under special agreements. D. HUTCHISON. President, J. R. LONDON, Vice President. R. LEE KERR, Cashier. JOYS' SUITS SLASHED L R To Prices That Will Move Them ! "r CAPES AND CLOAKS. >f is " I Old Ladies' Shawls at from 25 Cents Up. LEADS IN BLANKETS. In Ladies' Hose and Gents' Half |j Hose I Have No Competition. !? All merchants make efforts to outstrip '* competitors in priee and quality. This is what STRAUSS accomplishes without any effort. No one can or does compete with him. He knows when, where and how to Duy, ana wnai is more, oe nas iu? money with which to buy and he always gives his customers the benefit of his experience. He is now selling all cotton goods at prices in keeping with 4 cents cotton. Just read what I have to say lC aboutprices. a 3-4 Pride of the Laundry at 4 cents. 8 4-4 Dunellen at 5 cents. 3 4-4 Pelbam at 6i cents. 8 Fruit of the Loom at 6J cents. 4 4 Atlantic Mills at 7 cents. 3-4 Lonsdale at 7i cents.* 36-inch Night Gown Twill at 81 cents. Bed Ticking 5, 6i, 81 and 10 cents, and ? the best feather Ticking at only 121 cents. ~ Standard Extra heavy 4-4 Sheeting at 5 5 cents per yard. 3 Alamance plaids until disposed of, at 2}, " 3, 4 and the heaviest 27-inch at 5 cents. 3 Calicoes, as long as they last, at 2J cents. Just think of a Ladies' Heavy Ribbed Long Sleeve Vest at only 10 cents a pair. Ji The greatest bargain on earth in Gents' ? Undershirts. They have been sold many a time at 25 cents; but will be sold as 6 long as tbey last at 10 cents. See my stock of Jeans at 8, 10, 12, 15, : 20 and 25 cents. If you want Boys' Clothing you will do well to call and see my stock. The price 0 is too low to quote. 'And the clothing - will surpass your expectation in every f>articular except price and that will be ess than you expect it to be. I will sell them while they last at the cut rate. The sizes are for 6 to 14 year olds. A big line of Overcoats at the very lowest prices ever quoted, and considering ? tkannolitr thou ar? hnrtrains of the hifirh- I est class. I did not buy them to pack away this summer, and you may expect to >- buy one if you ever hear the prices. In Ladies' Capes I am fixed, having just e received my third supply. I have them e at from 98 cents up. See my Fur Cape at is 93.98. It is a daisy. o My Blankets and Comforts are running [. low ; but they are going at the right prices as long as they last. If you want a bar5 gain come now. v My line of Shawls are on the go and >f I have them in all styles and at prices to suit everybody. Examine my Shawls for ladies. s All who suffer from cold feet can have warm ones if they will come to me and get a pair of my 33 cents Half Hose at 165 18 cents. e I want the ladies to inspect my stock of v Corsets. I have all styles and I have them 6 at all prices. 0 Don't forget Coates's Spool Cotton. I y am the wholesale agent, e H. C. STRAUSS. a W. B BOOHE & CO. t 100,000 . qhingx.es to arrive today. " O Give us a call. We are agents for THE MORGAN "PAT" SPADING HARROW. A gen eral purpose harrow; a thorough and unequaled pulverizer; an unexcelled clod crusher ; light draught; easily handled. We have In stock this Harrow and would like to talk with you on the sub? ject. Yes, you can try it first. ? CRESCENT BICYCLES are unequale ed in style, price and quality. Sold and , guaranteed by us. " PUMPS are used more today than at n any other period of their existence and " we sell more and more of them. We have experimented until we know we have the best line made for the money. [\ If you want water, see us. U CROCKERY, Glassware, Lamp Goods, Silverware, Birthday and Wedding Pres_ ents, Table Knives and Forks, Carvers, | Pocket Kniyes and CLAUSS SHEARS noii. M-Qrr-in f WorPflllfiiH J J-1.1J O.C.J po.. u Razors, etc. RAZORINE will sharpen any razor, s Only 15 cents a package. Try it. e CORN SHELLERS at ?2.50. Shells 15 h bushels in an hour. WHIPS of all kinds at lower prices y than ever before sold. The best Horse Collar on the marketopens at the bottom. "Everything Store." W. B. MOORE <fc CO. Steain Fittings, Belting, etc. R TAX COLLECTIONS. ^ Office of County Treasurer, ) York County, } Yorkville, S. C., September 15,1896. j h In accordance with law, my books will u be opened on the 15th day of October, 1896, for the collection of state, county r and special taxes, also commutation road taxes, for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1896. And will be kept open until the 31st day of December, 1896. = For the convenience of taxpayers, I will attend the following places on the days named: r Yorkville?Saturday, 21st day of November. ^ Coates's Tavern?from 12 o'clock Monday, November 23d, until 2 o'cloch Tues aay, z-itn. Fort Mill?Wednesday and Thursday, 25th and 26th dajsof November. Rock Hill?From Friday, November 27th until Friday, December 4th. Yorkville?Saturday, 5th, and Monday, 7th days of December. Hickory Grove?Tuesday and Wednesday, 8th and 9th days of December. I Smyrna?Tuesday, 10th day of Decern* ber. i. And at Yorkville from Friday, December 11th, until Tuesday, December 31st, g inclusive, after which day the books will bo closed and the 15 per cent, penalty atk tached. II. A. D. NEELY, County Treasurer. write easy: ? "TUST as easy to write with a RAPID U WRITER FOUNTAIN PEN as it is e to "scribble" with a pencil and you know how easy that is. The Rapid Writer Pen has no superior and few equals on the 3 American market. It is guaranteed to last you 10 years. Any defect or breakage not caused by neglect or misuse will be made good by the Company. There are n about six or eight dozen Rapid Writer Pens in use in tins county and they are ir all giving perfect satisfaction. For prices and further information, call on or write to >f OLIVER E. GRIST, Lock Box 8, Yorkville, S. C. km) cords wood w anted. \\JANTED immediately at the York W Cotton Mills, 100 CORDS of large size sticks of DRY PINE WOOD, for which the market price will be paid in CASH. W. N. ASHE, JR. September 5 72 e&wtf BIG, BIG SALES, SMALL, SMALL PROFITS! THAT'S US NOW AND ALWAYS ! $*$xSx?xS> ... A GIGANTIC . . . CLOTHING SALE BEGINS CATMDnflY WH I U IIUH l| NOVEMBER 21st. <8x$x8x8x$> FROM SHERIFF'S SALE In Augusta, Ga., we get a large lot of CLOTHING at 47^2 cents on the dollar. All brand new goods. Some of it had not been manufactured 30 days. <Sk$xSx?xS> LOOK AT THE PRICES. SEE THE GOODS. <8xSxSxS*8> $5 Black Cheviot Suits, 34 to 42, at $3.19. $7.50 Black and Blue Cheviot Suits, 34 to 42, at $4. $18 Cassimere and Cheviot Suits at $7. ! 400 Men's and Boys' odd Coats, nice new stuffs, from the sheriff's sale. Satinetts, Cheviots, Cassi meres, Kersey's and Worsted for less money than material cost?to say nothing of the making. You can buy one at 75 cents, $1.25, $1.50 or $2. <Sx?x?xSxe> Boys' Knee Pants Suits, Worth 75 cents, at 39 cents. Brown and Gray Cheviots, worth $1.50, at 95 cents. Black and Blue Cheviots, worth $2.25, at $1.38. And the Mrs. Jane Hopkins Suits, warranted all-wool and not to rip, ages 6 to 14, at $1.65 to $3. Childrens' Refer Suits, ages 3 to 5, at $i to $2.75. GREAT BARGAINS IN OVERCOATS. Prices $1 to $15 for Men's Overcoats. $1 to $3.75 for Boys' Cape Overcoats. Men's Underwear a great feature in our stock. Heavy Canton Flannel Drawers at 25 cents. Scriven's Elastic Seam winter weight Canton Drawers at 85 cents. Yours truly, GANSON DRY GOODS CO. P. S.?Look out for Dry Gooda advertisement next week. G. D. G .CO. AUCTION SALES, CLERK'S FORECLOSURE SALE. State of South Carolina?County of York. in the court of common pleas. The Scottish American Mortgage Company (Limited), against the Blacksburg Land and Improvement Company ana others.?Notice of Sale. BY virtue of a decree of foreclosure made in the above stated cause, I will expose to public sale in front of YORK COURT HOUSE DOOR, on the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, 1896, (Salesday), during the legal hours of sale, the following described real property, to-wit: All that tract or parcel of land in Cherokee township, York county, S. C., about two miles from Blacksburg, known as the Charles M. Green land, bounded by lands now, or formerly of Sarah Black, R. M. Roark, the estate of W. W. Gaffney, R. A. Westbrooks and others, and containing 5674 ACRES, be the same more or less. Terms of Sale?Cash. Purchaser to pay for papers. W. BROWN WYLIE, f'lrt??Lr pnnrt /if Pnmmnn PIam. November 14 93 s4t CLERK'S FORECLOSURE SALE. State of South Carolina?County of York. in the court of common pleas. Edward A. Trescott and G. W. Moore, Plaintiffs, against Jas. S. McCain, Defendant.?Notice of Sale. BY virtue of a decree of sale made in the above stated cause, I will expose to public sale IN FRONT OF THE YORK COURT HOUSE DOOR, on the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, next, (Salesdav) during the legal hours for sale, the following described real property to-wit : All that lot of land situated in the TOWN OF BLACKSBURG, County of York, State aforesaid, bounded by Cherokee and Academy streets, by lands of Berry Stokes, Daniel Murray and others, containing ONE (1) ACRE, more orless.Terms of Sale?ONE-HALF CASH, and balance on a credit of twelve months with interest from day of sale. Credit portion secured by purchaser's bond and a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser has privilege .to pay entire bid in cash. Purchaser to pay for all papers. W. BROWN WYLIE, Clerk of Court of Common Pleas. November 21 94 s3t CLERK'S FORECLOSURE SALE. State of South Carolina?County of York. in tlfe court of common pleas. Ida E. Meek Wylie, Plaintiff, against Kennedy Brothers <fc Barron ana others.?Notice of Sale. BY virtue of a decree of sale made in the above stated cause, I will expose to public sale IN FRONT OF YORK COURT HOUSE DOOR, on the FIRST MONDAYIN DECEMBER next, (Salesday) during the legal hours for sale, the following real property, to wit: All that certain lot of land situated in the TOWN OF YORKVILLE, County of York, state aforesaid, known as "THE SCHOOL HOUSE LOT," bounded by lots of Isaac Wright, lands of W. C. Latimer, Liberty street on the south, and by lands of Rev. Rainey, containing THREE (3) ACRES, more or less. Terms of Sale?ONE-HALF CASH, and balance on credit for twelve mouths with interest from day of sale. Credit portion secured by purchaser's bond and a mortgage of the premises, with leave to pay entire bid in cash. Purchaser to pay for all papers. W. BROWN WYLIE, Clerk of Court of Common Pleas. November 21 94 s3t CLERK'S FORECLOSURE SALE. State of South Carolina?County of York. in the court of common pleas. I. S. D. Jones, Plaintiff, against John F. Jones and others, Defendants.?Foreclosure Sale. BY virtue of a decree for sale made in the above stated cause, dated 7tji of October, 1896, I will expose to public sale, in front of YORK COURT HOUSE DOOR, on the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, 1896, (Salesday). during the legal hours for sale, the following UCvH;i 1UDU ICai pi HJ f w n?? All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land situated in County of York and state aforesaid, IN TOWN OF BLACKSBURG, S. 0., bounded by Peachtree street; on the west by Whisonant lot; north by the Bonnar lot; and on the other side by Peachtree street and Whitaker avenue, known as the CHEROKEE INN PROPERTY, said to contain 114,108 square feet, more or less. Terms of Sale?One-third cash, and the balance on a credit of one and two years, in equal installments, with interest from day of sale, secured by the purchaser or purchasers' bond, and a mortgage of the premises, with the privilege to purchaser to pay entire bid in cash. Purchaser or purchasers to pay for all papers. W. BROWN WYLIE, Clerk of Court of Common Pleas. November 21 94 s3t iinTiTr^ 4 r? I? Q t T K? lu.iuu o/tuui BY virtue of the provisions of the mortgage dated the 18th day of May, 1895, from the SOUTHERN MANGANESE COMPANY, corporation, to JULIAN S. CARR of Durham, North Carolina, which is duly recorded in Book Y. Y., pages 329, etc., in the register's office of York county, South Carolina, as on reference thereto will fully appear, default haying bean made by the said Southern Manganese company in the payment of the debt secured by said mortgage, and the said Julian S. Carr, one ol';the accommodation sureties herein named having paid the same, and being the present holder thereof, the undersigned Julian S. Carr, mortgagee as aforesaid, will, on TUESDAY, THE 22ND DAY OF DECEMBER, 1896, at 12 o'clock m., sell at public auction FOR CASH, at the courthouse door in Yorkville. in the County of York, in the State of South Carolina, the REAL ESTATE property, interest in lands, easements, rights, privileges and appurtenances appertaining to the land described in said mortgage deed, situated in the aforesaid county of York, in the state of South Carolina, to wit: All the minerals, mineral privileges and mineral rights, timber and water privileges and rights, the rights of ingress, egress and regress to all the minerals, timbers and waters, and all other property, property rights, interests, rights and privileges acquired by the said Southern Manganese company, corporation, from J. A. Smith ana wife, set forth and described in the deed from the said J. A. Smith and wife to the said Southern Manganese company, corporation, dated the 20th day of March A. D. 1891, which was recorded on the 15th day of April, 1891, in Book J., 10, pages 676, 677, 678, 679 and 680 in the register's office of said . York county, to which said deed and the aforesaid mortgage, and the record of their registration, reference is made for more definite and complete description. The amount of said mortgage debt is 81,000, with interest and costs to be added. JULIAN S. CARR, Mortgagee. Guthrie & Guthrie, Attorneys. Durham, N. C., November 16,1896. November 21 94 s5t TWO TONS Blacksmith Coal lor sale, Apply at the ENQUIRER OFFICE. auction sale. SALE OF LAND. BY virtue of authority conferred upon us by the legal representatives of MARCUS AND MARY HAFNER, deceased. We will sell before the COURT HOUSE DOOR IN YORKYILLE, on salesday in DECEMBER next, the real estate of which the said Marcus and Mary Hafner died seized and possessed, to-wit: One tract containing THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-EIGHT ACRES, more or less, and known as the Home Place. Another tract containing ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SIX ACRES, more or less, and know as the McKnight place, both of which tracts, are lying in the county of York, on the waters of Turkey creek, about 11 miles southwest of Yorkville. Terms op Sale?CASH. Parties may treat for the purchase of these lands at private sale. J. W. FERGUSON, S. M. HAFNER. Agents for Legatees. "October 17 84 s oct 2t nov 2t 1. h. ripdleT N. C. N. O. M. WE desire to call your attention to the fact that we have just received a barrel of New Crop New Orleans Molasses which we are retailing at 50 cents a gallon. Come and get some. * BELTING. We keep in stock a large supply of Leather and Rubber Belting,' ana to anybody whose jjood or ill fortune it may be to need anything In this line, we would say you can't afford not see us before buying as you will save money and we guarantee every foot we sell. SHINGLES AND LIME. We keep on hand a large supply of Shingles and Li me and to all who wish to buy in large quantities or carload lots. WE WILL MAKE SPECIAL PRICES. FLOUR AND HAMS. We have just received fresh arrivals of these indispensables and when bought of us and freely used, we guarantee the most blissful domestic happiness. WE HAVE IN STOCK The finest Canned Goods on the market, also Bottled Pickels and fresh Lemon and Vanilla Extracts. Washtubs and Foottubs of different sizes and prices. TOBACCO!! TOBACCO!! The enormous stock of TOBACCO that we have on hand must go, and if we can't get our prices we will take yours as we care very little what prices we get so WE PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS. J. H. RIDDLE. A HOLIDAY FEATURE. each Christmas season many hundreds of THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL readers order subscriptions to be sent as presents to friends. To relieve the donor of the somewhat unpleasant necessity of writing to the recipients of these gifts, telling them of the remembrance, a beautiful Christmas card has been prepared which will be sent in a sealed envelope to each person for whom a subAM ?M M?VI in/* llAII SCnptlUU IS bJJUS UXUOICU) iUlVAUilUg UUi of the gift and tbe name of the donor. Unless otherwise directed the subscription will be commenced with tbe Christmas issue, and tbe first copy, as well as the card, will be mailed so as to be received tbe day before Christmas. Such a gift is appropriate in character, moderate in cost?only $1 a year?and furnishes tbe recipient 12 pleasant reminders of the friend ordering it. Send orders to REG. M. GRIST, Subscription Agt., Yorkville, S. C. FROM FASHION'S CENTRE. Miss Jessie Latimer Has fietnrned Home With the Choicest Array of Fashionable Millinery Ever Seen in York. THE Millinery department of LATIMER'S BAZARR has assumed tbe appearance of former days, though not so profuse. It simply has a lovely stock of millinery, selected especially for and adapted to the fastidious requirements of customers who know exactly what they want and who come very near knowing where to get it. THE LADIES are cordially invited to call and inspect these goods. Miss LATIMER, who by nature is endowed with that perculiar dexterity and artful taste so necessary to the pleasing effect of a milliner, is in charge of the goods, and she having spent sometime in the designing rooms of a great New York Millinery work room, has the latest Parisian designs and bows in her mind's eye and on the tips of her fingers, which enables ber to give even greater sausiaction than last season wnen THE BAZARR'S MILLINERY was all the rage. Table Crockery. At LATIMER'SLyou can find an elegant set of Table Crockery at g6.50. Also a nice lot of Hotel Tumblers and Goblets. Fine Shoes. In a few days THE BAZARR will have a nice stock of FINE SHOES. LATIMER'S BAZARR. HIS FIRST TESTIMONIAL FOR THE (Qazcfafatdes trade j/ark. Greensboro, N. C., April 3, 1895. Dear Sir:? I have never before given a testimonial, but find the poise so valuable that I gladly commend it. Several friends nave bought and all speak highly of it. For me it has cured obstinate Sore Throat, Colds, Fevers, Indigestion, Headache and Wakefulness after preaching. I regard it as a safe and effectual remedy. Have never had it to fail when used according to directions. Yours truly, (Rev.) Cbas. A. G. Thomas. (Now of Fayetteville, N. C.) PRICE 810. Call on or address, W. M. PROPST, Agt. Yorkville, S. C. (At Kuykendal's Drugstore.)