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took place last Saturday. Mr. Hunter has a locked box containing $20 in cash. With each dollar purchase the customer draws a key, and on the first Saturday of each month the holders of the four keys that will unlock the box get $5 each: The keys are given out in such a manner that it is not known until they are tried which will fit the lock. The box was unlocked last Saturday by Messrs. A. Springs Withers aud C. H. Sandifer, of Yorkville, and also by au unknown customer. The fourth key failed to * ? i < . ?n L_ show up ; hut the nomer 01 it win oe allowed to unlock the box with other lucky holders on the first Saturday in November. LOCAL LACONICS. Fine Seed Wheat. Mr. R. N. Plaxico, of Bethany, announces that he has a limited quantity of seed wheat to dispose of. He told the reporter last Saturday that his original stock came from the vicinity of Dallas, N. C., some three years ago, aud it has giveu him better satisfaction than any wheat he has ever sown. Several of his neighbors have also sowed their wheat with the most satisfactory results. Mr. Plaxico is one of the most successful wheat growers in his part of the county, and seed that he cousiders good are well worth a trial. Football at Kock Hill. The Enquirer is in receipt of a ^ ommiininfttion siirned "Manager Foot ball Team of Davidson collegebut without any name, announcing a game of football to be played at Hock Hill next Saturday between the Davidson aud Clemson teams. The communication says that both teams have been in active training for the event for a month past, and will be well worth looking at. Clemson is to meet the South Carolina college aud also the Sewannee, Tenn., teams at the state fair, in Columbia. Chanced Method of Corn UnrveHtlnpi It is gratifying to note that the present season has witnessed a very general adoption of the northern and western method of corn harvesting introduced in this sectiou by Mr. T. B. McClaio. It would not be fair to say that fodder pulling has been entirely done away with. There are still hundreds of people who hold on to the old way and will probably contiuue to do so. But in all sections of the county this year, much corn has been cut i down as it stood aud stacked in the field to cure on the stalk. Some people have been iuduced to try this plan because of the lightness of the crop, believing that they can make it go fur ther. Others believe it is the best plan from any point of view. A good many people are looking forward to the use of a shredder later on, and others intend to feed their corn as it is?stalk ear, fodder and all. It is not likely that any one who makes an intelligent trial of the new plan will go back to the old way of harvesting corn. SHREWD POLITICIAN. General Aguinnhlo Has Itecome a Democrat. Manila Dispatch of Saturday. Aguinaldo, in a proclamation announcing the release of the American prisoners and authorizing Filipino soldiers iu the northern province to re turn to their homes, says: "In America there is a great party that insists on the government recognizing Filipino independence. That party will com pel the United States to fulfil the promises made to us in all solemnity and good faith, though not put into writing. "Therefore, we must show our gratitude and maintaiu our position more resolutely thau ever. We should pray to God that the great Democratic par ty may win the next presidential election, and Imperialism fail in its mad attempt to subjugate us by force of arras. There are some Americans in the Philippines who have joined us, because they disapprove a war of what Mr. Atkinson calls criminal aggression. When offered a chance to return to their own camp, they declined." Throughout the proclamation, Aguinaldo denounces "the Imperialists," iustead of "the Americans," as in former documents. He calls the world to witness that the Filipinos have not broken "the alliance made with the Americans through Admiral Dewey and consuls, at Hong Kong and Singapore." The people, on seeing the American prisouers, cried out: "We do not want war agaiust the United States. We only defend our independence against the Imperialists. The sons of that mighty nation are outfriends." MERE-MENTION. Admiral Dewey has accepted an invitation to go to Atlanta some day not yet fixed, but soon, and present the sword thut the Georgia people ore arranging to give Flag Otlicer Brumby. Mr. John Doolitlle broke the cotton picking record at Teunille, Go., last Saturday by picking 487 pounds of cotton in 10 hours. President Andrade, of Venezuela, announces that he is satisfied with the award of the Veuezulelau arbitration commission. So far about 700 mules have been collected at New Orleans by the Biitish government, awaiting shipment to south Africa. The Spanish government has sold its floating dry dock at Havana for $000,000. The mayor of Havana has forbidden the display of Spanish flags in the city ex cept- on the Spanish consulate. A fierce hurricane swept the Florida coast last Friday There is a rumor to the effect that the tug Dauntless is again engaged in the filibustering business. There has been a decided advance in Ocean freights, and it is claimed to be on account of the fact that the British govermeut has chartered so many ships to be used as transports in the event of war with the Transvaal. Mrs. H. B. Plant is contesting the will of her late husband on the alleged ground that at the time the will was drawn, he was incapable of making a legal will.?Miss Helen Gould has joined the movement against the propagation of Mormonism. "The Southern Cotton Spinners Association met in Charlotte last week and agreed upon a schedule of advanced prices for yarns. A report of Monday from Mauila said an important battle was expected on the outskirts of the city today. President McKinley laid the cornerstone of the public building in Chicago on Monday. Representatives of Mexico and Canada were present. uvut.AKI) AXI) THE TRANSVAAL. KhcH Side In Wailing For the Other to Open the Trouble. The Transvaal trouble is just now presenting a very familiar situation. One of the parties to the difficulty is afraid to commence aggressive action and the other is glad that such is the case. For a week or ten days now Boer and British forces have been occupying positions on the border, each on their own territory. Frequently the patrols sent out by the respective forces have met between camps; but still there has been no clash. The understanding is that the Boers have strict orders from their government not to move, and the British are awaiting for the first attack by the Boers. It appears tbat all through the long diplomatic quarrel that has been in progress between the two countries, no casus belli was developed. Time and again Great Britain made unreasonable demands, and these the sturdy Boers have rejected ; but wherever demands have been reasouable they have been accepted wilh but little hesitation. Great Britain has therefore not found a justifiable opportunity for striking the first blow. By royal proclamation last Saturday, the British parliament was called to meet on October 16, and at the same lime 26,000 men of the reserves were ordered to report for service. The reserves will be dispatched for the Transvaal without delay, and it is likely that when parliament meets the country will be in a frame of mind to fully endorse the war. One report from London outlines the plans of the leaders of the war party as follows : Exercise every possible precaution to provoke the Boers to an* outbreak under circumstances that will place the responsibility upon them. The comparatively small British force 011 the border will be quickly overwhelmed. Conditions will continue so for two or three months. Then the British public will be thoroughly arroused and all opposition to the war will either disappear or be overshadowed. When this situation develops an overwhelming force may be sent and the Boers completely crushed. Everything, the equipment of troops, the purchase of supplies, the charter of transports and other preparations indicate that such in truth is the policy of the British government in its effort to possesses itself of the land of gold now held by the Boers. AT THE CHURCHES. TRINITY" METHODIST EPISCOPAL. REV. A. N. I1RUNSON, PASTOR. Prayer meeting this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. BAPTIST. REV. EDWARD S. REAVES, PASTOR. No prayer meeting tomorrow evening owing to absence of the pastor. THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. REV. J. C. JOHNKS, RECTOR. There will be no services in this church this evening. ASSOCIATE REFORMED. REV. ROYCE IC. DRIER, PASTOR. Prayer meeting tlrs afternoon at 4 o'clock. n VADI.'ITTT T li* _ !M'SI)AV DKHVHir,,? nmn i luiin? Morning service at 11 o'clock ; evening service at 7.30. Sunday school at 4 p. in. PRESBYTERIAN. rev. w. <?. nkvii.i.e, pastor. There will he no prayer meeting this afternoon on account of the pastor's absence. Special IJoticcs. Caril of Thanks. We wish to express our appreciation of the beautiful present?in the shape of a silk and cashmere quilt?presented to us by the good women of Tirzah and other friends. We take this public way of making our acknowledgment because many of those who contributed were not members of our church and hence we have no way of reaching them except through Tub Exqt'irkr. To our Methodist and Presbyterian friends who helped those women who labor with us in the gospel, and to all we express our gratitude. Dewey does not value his sword?the nation's gift?any more, we guess, than we do this valuable prosent. H. II. Drier, S. L. Drier. Yorkville, S. C., October ft, 1RW. October 11 w It OUITIJARY. Died?In Yorkville at the York Cotton mills, on October 7th, lSflii, after about one month's illness, Mrs. ALICE FARMER, aged about 2(1 years. SEKD WIIKAT FOR SAM:. IIIAVK a limited quantity of acclimatized SKKR WHEAT of choice varielythat I will sell at from $1 to $1.25 per bushel, according to quanity. R. X. PL AX ICO, Rethany, S. V. October 11 w lls' COTTOX GIXXIXG. "XTTK'LL GIX YOUR CoTTOX while VY you wait, furnish Ragging and Ties and will pay the highest price in cash for COTTON SKKD. Nobody turns out a better sample than we do. We are making as FINK FLOUR as is to be had iu this country. YORKV1LLK ROLLKR MILLS, R. II. Ul.OAMNOKK, Assistant. I< llP A I It NO \\l) I'l tlMIJIVt;. flNHE facilities of the Sl'TRO UOTX TuX MILL MACIIIXK SHOPS arc otiered to the public for the repairing of all kinds of MACIIINKRY and PLl'MRlXti. Resales good workmen, will be found a drill press, gearcutter and lathe, and if you have a gin. engine, saw mill or pump that needs attention it will be our pleasure to accommodate you at reasonable and fair prices. T. P.AXTKR M. I LA IX. September '1 s tf ' J. J. HUNTER. ANOTHER $20 GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4tll, I899. With every cash purchase of $1.00 will be given a key attached to a tag. Keys can be tried ? < * ? 11 11 Saturday, JNoveniDer4, ana noiaers of keys that unlock the box will be given $5 as a present. The money box was unlocked three times last Saturday, and the holders of the lucky keys received $5 each. A number of October Keys are yet out and they may b$ tried, together with each additional key, November 4. Remember that my stock is full of the choicest goods and are at competition prices. No risk or cost attached to the key contest. If you unlock the box, I simply make you a present of $5 in cash. If you hold four keys, $20 will be your reward. J. J. HUNTER. BARGAINS -> THE mau who buys something that lie actually needs for less than its market value, has secured a bargain, and the man who buys something he does not need, regardless of how much leas he pays than market value, lias made a poor investment. There Is Not a Farmer who may read these lines who does need a Disk Harrow unless he already has one. It is the only tool yet invented which will properly pulverize the soil at a minimum cost of time and labor, and no soil will yield as bountifully of any crop if improperly prepared as it will if properly prepared. me tifftuiii HisK. nanuH is recognized the world over as the BEST' and especially is this true in York county. I have several on hand that I am willing to sell for less than I can buy the same size, style and quality for from the manufacturers. This is due to the recent heavy advancement in the price of articles made of iron and steel. They are bargains and it will be many a day before those who let this opportunity slip will have another, if the signs of the times are to be relied on. I have both.cut nut and solid disk. OLIVERPLOWS need no words of commendation at my hands. Your neighbor, who has one, will do the talking if you ask him about it. SAM M. GRIST. HAVE NOT TIME To write an advertisement, as we ^ are opening up the MOST COM- < PLETE and NICEST LINE of STATIONERY 1 that has been seen in Yorkville i for many a year. t Call and examine for vonrself. i GOODS and PRICES WILL TALK. I JAS. M. STARR & CO., i LEADING - DRUGGISTS. LOIIS ROTII. YUU UAN Ut I anything; In the GROCERY LINE you i may desire by calling at my 1 place. My Goods are fresh and of the choicest variety. ) LOUIS ROTH. 1 refrigerated ^ Meats, ft Butter, j ft Cheese, ^ ;; e^s, ;> ; Of the Choicest Quality to be had in Yorkville only at FERGUSON & SNIDER'S, The Up-to-date Grocers. PORK AND BEANS PUT up in cans are all that could bo wished for, longed for, hoped for, or , desired. They are put up with the best quality of Tomato Catsup. If you have never tried Pork and Beans prepared in this manner, now is your chance. Only 10 or 15 cents a can, according to size of the can. < >ood for Breakfast, Dinner or Supper. FRESH HAM ARRIVALS. I have just received a shipment of the nicest, sweetest-llavored Hams your ever "hearn' tell" of. Now is your chance. i C. P. LOWRANCE. TO DEEITOKS AM) CREDITORS. Estate of Sally E. Faulkner, Dec'd. ALL persons indebted to the estate of SALLIK ] :. PAl'LKNEIt, deceased, aro hereby notified to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Persons having claims against the said estate are requested to present the same, duly an* , thentioated, within the time prescribed by law. W. M KICK KAULKNKR, Administrator. < )ctober 4 w .'it? MONKY TO LOW. ON FARM I NCI LANDS. Kasy payments. No commissions charged, liorrnwci pays actual cost ol perfecting loan. Interest K per cent. For further information apply to.HUIN 15. I'ALM KU A* SON. Columbia, S. ('., or <; K<?. \V. S. 11A It T, Attorney, Yorkville, S*. C. September b? w Uiu H. C. STRAUSS LJ AC PI CADrn TUP P.I IN i ino i?<1??/~\i t ljl/ i i iu v/wi i DECKS FOR ACTION. ? ID HIS MOST MffllfinT STOCKS OH DRV GOODS IS THE MM OF THE HOUR. THE RMHOW ON. ?? ? Goods at Prices Which Need No Prizes to Make Them Hump. The rush is squarely on me and all goods aire going with a whoop. New faces are mingled with the old ones and it seems as if the whole populace is rushing for my store and all on account of quality and prices. Not in 20 years have I been in a position to offer such a magnificent display of Up-to-Date Dress Patterns, Dress Goods, Gents' Fine Clothing and TTniflfiie and Nobbv Neckwear and Stylish Cra ~ 1 ? V ~ vats, Collars and Cults, Gentlemen's and Ladies' Underwear as is now piled on my counters and packed in our shelves. Whether this condition was brought about by luck, experience or good judgement, the FACT REMAINS THE SAME, and sensational eagerness and annimated appreciation appears on the faces of all ladies as they crowd the isleways in my big store room. FOR MONTHS WE HAVE SEEN PRICES ADVANCING, And we did not set still, but with our surplus capital we plunged the market almost wildly, and scooped a stock that no one can shadow, and at prices that the most ''clever mercantile trickster" cannot shade, and al: this hour we can return hundreds of dollars to the manufactures themselves at i greater profit than we are asking our customers and friends today. For instance Calicoes are worth in New York today 5 cents while I am selling them from my counters at 20 per cent, less by the yard ! Standard Plaids at 4 cents. 4-4 Standard Brown Sheeting, at 4^ cents. 4-4 Standard Bleached Sheetings at 5 cents. Standard Brown Drills, at 6^ cents. Ever)'- clerk in my store and even the atmosphere of my store building is thoroughly imbued with enthusiasm at the great advantage I am holding over my competitors, and with the price of cotton nearly twice that of last year I am going to climb to the summit of success. Be sure to see our ladies' Golf Dress Patterns, Hats and Silks in all the latest shades, Capes of all kinds and descriptions, Jackets, Coat Suitings where every pattern is different. IN FANCY NOTIONS. In Fancy Notions and Hosiery my stocks are immense and in Gloves, Hankerchiefs in cotton, linen and silk, we are the bottom in price and the immense varieties of all gives me the top. My Union Suits in Cotton, Wool and Camel's Hair, for misses, children, youths' and boys' I can save you money, and you cannot afford to buy without a thorough inspection of in}' stocks. fxflntQ' r.lnthincf UUJL11U UIVUIIIIH. In Clothing:, although the Season has just opened, our sales have been phenomenal. It seems that the whole clothing buying fraternity has made an onslaught 011 our best goods but the stock is large enough to stand it, and will prove equal to almost any demand. Our stock of separate pants and extra coats is an exhibition in itself and prices are doing much. In my job lots of Men's Clothing that I will offer this week you have an opportunity to secure bargains that usually come on the tail end of the season and delay will be expensive. I have - .1 - : i. A T fl,0f only space to give a lew prrces at cms juncture aim i am sun men. they will be winners. Here they are: $12 suits slashed to $8. $9 suits slashed to $7. Suits wortli $8.50 cut to $8. I have seven other lots of erpial value which have been slashed in ecpial proportions. Let the wise understand that while cotton has gone up, CLOTHING AT MY STORE HAS GONE DOWN. H. C. STRAUSS. W. B. MOORE & CO. 36 DAYS AGO WE had (JO CHAMPION Mowers and Rakes. Today we have 7 Mowers and 5 Rakes. What are you going to do abontit? Buy now or hold off for next season and pay $10 more for them then. You can get one NOW on two years' payment. SUPERIOR DRILLS have no eoual. and we have already sold more of them than ever were sold in one season on this market before. Simple, durable and simply indispensible to grain growing. Terms easy?made in three fall payments if you like. FURNITURE.?We have enough Furniture in our store and warehouse to start . half a dozen so-called furniture stores. ' Come where you have big stock to select from. In buying for spot cash we save all freights and give you the advantage of it. Suits, Wardrobes, Tables, Safes, Bookcases, Hatracks, Ladies' Desks, Mattings at cost to close out, Rugs, etc. NEW LINE BLANKETS, QUILTS and COUNTERPANES. TRUNKS in all varieties and prices. Curtain Poles, Shades, etc. THE BEST CHURN ON EARTH. The finest line of CUTLERY. Thirty dozen Pockets. Your choice at 25c. each. In these will be found Knives originally sold at 30, 40 and 50c. Table Knives and Forks from factory at lowest prices. We carry by far the largest stock of PAINTS, OILS and WINDOW GLASS in the county. ALL KINDS Enamel, Brushes, etc. AXES.?We bought last January, and just received from factory at OLD Prices. ( Would be glad to make prices to"MER1 CHANTS not stocked. Can save them monev. PICTURE FRAMES Made to order, any size, and many styles of Moulding in stock. RAZORINE sharpens any razor, 15c. CLAUS'S SHEARS are warranted, . new stock. ! 1? LBS. GRANULATED SUGAR, 11 lbs. Good Green Coft'ee and 10 5-cent 1 packages of Soda for $2.25. We are two well known in theCOFFIN 1 ' and CASKET trade to mention them. DOM ESTIC S E WING M A C HIN ES at low down figures. Respectfully, , W. B. MOORE & CO. i ?- . J. H. RIPPLE, i , YES, WE have BAGGING and TIES. We have for several years past been ' headquarters for this commodity and , this year is no exception. We have different grades and can sell you your Bagging and Ties i just as cheap and most likely a little , cheaper than any other dealer in the i county. Come and see us. We say just exactly what we mean and mean just ' exactly what we say. R U Going to Build j a house anytime soon? If you are, we < just want to give a little information that < will prove of value to all who intend to < I use i Shingles, Lime, Cement and Latlis, You can save money hv seeing us before rt1noS?t/? an A?rlne WA Kntr in lopflm nilfltl. |iinv;uiK on UIUDI. "o ? " ?? M"? J tities and sell at short profits. It will be your loss if you neglect seeing us. Early Settlements. . Owing to my continned ill health and absolute inability to give my business my personal attention, I will take it as a personal favor if my many friends and customers will make EARLY and PROMPT | SETTLEMENTS OF ALL ACCOUNTS I ON MY BOOKS. Trusting that our businesss relations of the past have been suchlasto warrant you in heeding this request as promptlly as circumstances * will permit, I am yours for early settlement, J. H. RIDDLE. "Here is bread, which strength- t eneth man's heart, and there- e fore is called the staff of Life." J ?Mathew* Henry. [ FLOUR-* I MADE at the Riddle's Champion Rol- * ler mill makes the quality of bread : of which Mr. Henry speaks. Bread that strengthens the mind, the heart and the physical man is made from RIDDLE'S I CHAMPION FLOUR; Why? Because ii'S maae 01 ine uesi, wneai anu grouuu m such a way as to give best results. We have just received a shipment of this "staff of Life" and would be delighted to have you give it a trial. f^nry .m We have just received the nicest lot of Penny Goods we have ever handled, and also other fresh Candies. We are selling Candy at prices that astonish the natives. Open your heart (and pocketbook) and o get some of this Candy for your?well get c some for some one. They'll appreciate it. 1 ETCETERAS. ' FRESH MACKEREL at 5 cents each, c WHITE FISH at ONE CENT each. a Twenty-four ounces of SOAPfordcts. C 2 biggest bars you ever saw for a nickel, a CALIFORNIA HAMS, 10 cts. a pound, c SWEET and IRISH POTATOES, t CA PHAGE, APPLES and almost ANY- t THING you could expect to find in a ( first-class grocery store. GRIST COUSINS. A Good Pocket Knife Is a rare article, although it c j-_i li _ j.i.: is a very aesirauie unug uu have around. The principal reason that so few people own J good knives is that they either ti make 110 effort to get them or \ go to the wrong store to buy lj them. At my place you can 0 get from the most delicate and * elaborately trimmed pen knife to the strongest Jack Knife of . the best qualities at very close prices. Besides a full stock and a regular line, I have a 0 big assortment of Drummer's 1 Sample Knives 1 At seductive prices. When you want a good Pocket Knife see SPECK, The Jeweler. ^ - ? ri i HAVE FOR SALE \ A HO UT '20 head of thoroughbred Jer- g sey Heifers, from (5 to '20 months of \ age. These heifers are of my choicest I; breeding and bid fair to develop into t magnificent cows. Some of them have e been bred and will soon be fresh. I will p sell them at reasonable prices considering their breeding. 1 also offer one young bull ready for immediatause and one six months old. Any one desiring to pur- 1 chase cannot do better than to buy one of J these. Write me. W. II. HICKLIN, g Guthriesville, S. C. tj G. H. O'LEARY. FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! BEDROOM, Parlor and Diningroom Suils, Chairs, Tables, Iron and Oak Bedsteads, Bureaus, Hall-stands, Pictures and Easels and EVERYTHING kept in the line at O. H. O'LEAKICS. CARPETS, MATTINGS, RUGS; Window Shades and Cornice Poles at G. H. O'LEARY'S. STOVES AND RANGES. WE are still selling the wellknown CHAS. NOBLE & CO.'S make. Our leaders are the IRON KING and ELMO, besides a large stock of cheaper grade stoves. G. H. O'LEARY. SADDLES AND BRIDLES OF my own manufacture. A full line of COLLARS, WHIPS and all grades of goods kept in this line will be found at G. H. O'LEARY'S. BUGGIES AND HARNESS. IF you want a nice BUGGY or a good hand-made set of HARNESS, don't fail to examine my stock. G. H. O'LEARY. CLARENCE M. KUYKENDAL "BETTER LATE THAN NEVER." I STILL have on hand some first-class BICYCLES which I would like to dispose of t i il * ? - ai Almost Any Price. They are: One Thistle Road Racer, High GradeNew?List price, 850. One Stormer Roadster, High GradeNew?List price, 850. One Mars Roadster, good Wheel; but cheaper in price?$25. One Eagle Road Racer, almost newGood as new?List price, $100. One Eagle Ladies' Model, almost new, List price, $55. One Companion (Double) Wheel?good new?List price, $100. I will sell any of these wheels at a price that will surprise you. So if you want A Wheel For Any Purpose, Come and see me and let me make you a price. The Wheels, as well as myself, can be round in the KUYKENDAL BUILDING, above Speck's Jewelry Store. CLARENCE M. KUYKENDAL. GLENN & ALLISON. LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES. WAGONS! WAGONS! WAGONS! HAVING just received a CARLOAD of strong, durable and light running Wagons, we can make it to yonr interest f you will see us before buying. You UANNOT AFFORD TO BUY WITHOUT SEEING US. We have all sizes, lilferent width tires and height of wheels. BUGGIES and HARNESS. We always keep a full line of Buggies ind Harness on hand to be sold for CASH >r on TIME. GLENN & ALLISON. THE COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS BANK, ROCK HILL, S. C. CAPITAL, 08O,OOO. COMMENTED BUSINESS OCTOBER 18.1898. IITITH AMPLE RESOURCES and T everv facility for the transaction of he BANKING BUSINESS in all its iranches, heing specially authorized and empowered under its charter to act as [Yustee, Guardian, Administrator. Attorley, etc., of every description and under he appointment of courts, this bank soicits the business of corporations, firms ind individuals, tendering all the courteies and accommodations that are usually ixtended by a well conducted and tbliging; banking house. Correspondence or a call solicited from hose contemplating a change in their 1ANKING ARRANGEMENTS Or the openng of a new account. Interest Bearing Certificates of Deposit ssued Under Special Agreements. A. H WHITE. President, A. E. SMITH, Vice President. R. LEE KERR, Cashier, GEO. D. WHITE, Asst. Cashier. December 14 w tf i'HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, York County. ly W. H. McCorkle, Esquire, Probate Judge of York County. |X7HEREAS Mrs. MARY E.SHANVV NOX has applied to mo for Letters ?f Administration on all and singular, the ;oods and chattels, rights and credits of CHOMAS LOMINACK, lateof thecouny aforesaid, deceased : These are, therefore, to cite and adnonish all and singular the kindred and reditors of the said deceased, to be and ppear before me, at our next Probate ,'ourt for the said county, to be holden .t York Court House on the 16th day >f OCTOBER, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. in., o shew cause, if any, why the said ad ninistration should not be granted, liven under my hand and seal, this 30th day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine, and in the 124th year of American Independence. W. H. McCORKLE, Probate Judge of York County. October 4 w 2t TEACHERS' EX AMI NATION. )ftice of Superintendent of Education For York County. Yorkvillk, S. C'., September 30,1890. A T a recent meeting, the State Hoard of ljl Education, ordered that an exatninaion of applicants to teach in the public chools, be held in each county on FRI)AY, OCTOBER 13TH. This exatninaion will be held in the COURTHOUSE i'f YORKVILLE, beginning at NINE 'clock a. in. Applicants will provide bemselves with pencils and "legal cap" aper. JOHN E. CARROLL, Superintendent of Education. September 30 s 2twl FOR SALE. ^N EXCEPTIONALLY FINE LOT f PLYMOUTH ROCK and BROWN jEGHORN COCKERELS. Also a few 'ULLETS of each breed. BROOKS INMAN, Yorkville, S. C. September 13 w tf RYE, OATS AND CLOVER SEED. [^7E have a limited quantity of the T Virginia Grey Winter or Turf Oats, hey will stand as much cold as wheat. Vill grow taller and yield more to the round than any other variety of oats. Ve have Latum it Go's Fall and Winter look of Samples for tailor-made suits. >'ome and be faultlessly tilted with lothes?the kind that give jeomfort and Measure to the wearer. W. M. KENNEDY, Agent. CHATTEL MURTtJACKS, LIENS FOR KENT AND SUPPLIES, Title to Real Estate and Real Estate Mortage* in blank form for sale at THE ENtUIRER OFFICE.