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ginia, and so far as climate aod health
ful location ar6 concerned, Yorkvilh offers advantages even over points farther north. I expect to go back over the same route that I have jusl traveled before September, unless un foreseen developments should rendei my return unnecessary or impractical." While Colouel Davis is away, Colonel Stephenson is in daily receipt of letters of inquiry from the surrounding states, and also from this immediate vicinity in regard to rates of board, tuition, etc., and the answering of this mail takes up much of his own time as u/ftll as nearlv all of the time of Mr. Goodwin, his secretary. The repair work on the academy buildings and grounds continues steadily, and in permanent fashion. The plans include the general idea of bringing all the surroundings at least up to the high standard that obtained in tbe old days before the war ; but there are no indications that Colonels Davis and Stephenson will be entirely satisfied even with this. / ABOUT PEOPLE. yMr. R. H. Dobson is keeping books far the York Brick works. Miss Emmie Boyce spent last week with relatives and friends in Gastonia. /Messrs. Wyjie and Baxter Moore, of Chester, are in Yorkville, the guests of Mr. B. N. Moore. Mrs. M. J. Clark left on Monday for Larson Springs, near Newport, Cocke county, Tennessee. **_ o-J Mm n W Tavlor and mi", auu luio. u. ... _ children, are visiting in Yorkville, the guests of Rev. W. G. Neville's family. >7 Miss Mamie Hall has returned to , Aer home near Fjlbert, after a visit to Mr. J. Q. Wray's family, in Yorkville. ^Miss Mayme Lyles, of Abbeville, is ^siting in Yorkville, and is the guest of Miss Mary Moore, on East Jefferson street. Mrs. John Sandifer and daughter, Miss Maggie, of Warren, and Miss Kittie Harshaw, of Guthriesville, are the guests of Mrs. Jno. R. Logan. * y^Iiss Ida Harshaw, of Guthriesville, is visiting relatives and friends in Yorkville, and is the guest of Mrs. Oliver Grist, on East Liberty street. N^Miss Janie Massey, of Rock Hill, is visiting in Yorkville, and is the guest of Misses Blanche and Rose Lindsay, on North Congress street. Miss Sallie Wray, of Shelby, N. C., is in Yorkville, visiting relatives and friends, and is the guest of her brother's family, Mr. J. Q. Wray, on South Congress street. Mrs. R. Livy Grier and children, of Klastonia, stopped over at Auditor W. W. Boyce's one night last week, on their way to Rock Hill to visit Capt. J. Wilson Marshall's family. ,? Rev. Lacy L. Little, missionary to China, who left there in May to visit his aged mother in North Carolina, is expected to conduct services in the Yorkville Presbyterian church on Sunday, July 21. Colonel and Mrs. W. G. Stephenson have taken up their residence iu the south wing of the King's Mountain Military Academy building ; but for the present, until they can get their housekeeping arrangements perfected, are taking their meals with Dr. and Mrs. M. W. White. Mr. W. S. Gordon, who cut himself so seriously with an axe several weeks ' ' * ~ nnn fi no/I ago, ana wno uus smcc uccu wuuuv? to his home, most of the time to his bed, was in Yorkville la9t Friday for the first time since the accident. He has been very much reduced in weight, in fact down to about 85 pounds ; but is now on the mend again and hopes soon to be able to get about without crutches. "Uncle" Robin Love is visiting at Mr. J. W. Love's, on the Charlotte road. He has been spending some time with his son, Mr. R. J. Love, on Clark's Fork. He shook bands with many friends as he passed through Yorkville yesterday. The old gentleman looks as hale and hearty, and is ^ as kind and genial as in the days of long ago, as far back as most middle aged people are able to remember. Mr. B. M. Blackburn, of Atlanta, wa9 in Yorkville yesterday in the interest of the Southern Business league, which holds its annual convention in Atlanta on July 18,19 and 20. The ohject of the league is to give intelligent direction to southern development. At --- a meeting held yesterday, it was decided'that Yorkville should be represeuted, and Mayor Willis appointed Messrs. W. B. Moore and W. M. Propst as delegates. Other delegates may also be appointed. Rock Hill correspondence Columbia State: On the evening of the 6th, Colonel and Mrs. A. R. Banks, at their ^ home in Oakland, entertained, and their many frieuds had the pleasure of congratulating them upon the quarter ceutury which they had speut together. It was their silver wedding anniversary which was celebrated, and although their cards had borne the legend, "no presents," a number of handsome articles in silver marked the high esteem in which the host and hostess were held by their friends. The number of guests was large, some of them coming from a distance. It was a pleasure for all to meet Mr. Wm. Banks and his charming bride, who were guests of honor and who assisted their parents in receiving. Mr. Humbert Ferguson, formerly of Yorkville; but now of Tampa, Fla., was with the party that came up on a ten days' excursion last Wednesday. He spent a day or two in Yorkville last week, and while here gave a good account of the York people in Florida. He told an interesting story of a recent political housecleaniug in Tampa and Hillsboro county, that was effected in large measures by the South Carolina contingent. Mr. Ed Hobbs, formerly of Yorkville, but now conducting quite a good sized business in Tampa, was elected as one of the aldermen of the city on the Reform ticket. There ha* been much political corruption in Tampa, and the Reformers have a big task ahead of them. One of the first acts of the new city government was to begin the enforcement of ordinances intended to bring about a reasonable observance of Sunday as a day of rest, at least from business. The dry goods stores were closed, Sunday before last, for the first time in years. Charlotte Observer, Friday : Captain R. A. Torrence has received a letter from bis daughter, Mrs. Dr. L. > L. Moore, sent from Cbucbu Fu, Chi, na, and dated May 29tb, stating that . Rev. Mark Grier, wife and child, had just arrived there from a recent ah' sence at Shanghai and other places. Mr. Grier is a missionary of tbeSouth' ern Presbyterian church and a brother' in-law of Rev. Mr. White, of the A. R. [ P. church, of Griffith's, and a brother of Rev. B. H. Grier, of Yorkville, S. C. Mr. Grier's friends in this country had hoped that he had ' heard of the troubles in north , China in time to be warned to remain at Shanghai or at least at Chin Kiang, , p city near the head of deep water navigation on the Yang Tse Kiang river, which is guarded by gunboats of the moiAro VVhnn Mrs. Moore wrote she bad beard nothing of the Boxer troubles. Cbuchu Fu is 80 miles to the northward from Chin Kiang, and the only hope that the little party of missionaries there have reached a safe port is that they may have been warned by some native runner, it being reported some time ago that these runners bad been seut out to call in the missionaries in the stations of the Yang Tse valley. The insurrection has not bro ken out there, but it seems to be smouldering, and the viceroys, it is i said, may not be able much longer to maintain peace. LOCAL LACONICS. Pretty Good Crops. V/ Captain J. R. Ljnoay has threshed out 1,158$ bushels of wheat from this year's crop. Mr. Wade H. Hicklin gets 434 bushels of wheat and 1,460 bushels of oats. He preserved a portion of his oat crop in the sheaf and this is not included in the foregoing figures. Oar Greatest Educational Need. Upon looking over the announcement of the King's Mountain Military academy, Prof. Patterson Wardlaw, of the department of pedagogics, South Carolina college, wrote to Colonel Stephenson, under date of July 3 as follows : "For sometime it has been felt that the greatest educational need of our state is for such schools as that which you are going to conduct." Death uf Mrs. Adams. Mrs. A. E. Adams, Jmdow of the the late Rev. J. M. H. Adams, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Maggie Brice, in Shelby, N. C., last Saturday, and was buried at Bethel at 10 a. m. last Sunday, the funeral service being conducted by Rev. W. G. Neville. The husband of Mrs. Adams was pastor of the Presbyterian church of Yorkville from 1851 until 1862, in which year be died. At the time of her death, Mrs. Adams was aged 82 years. Rev. W. G. Neville has for many years been an especial friend of the family and it was for that reason that he was invited to - conduct the funeral service. CONFEDERATE RE-UNION. Here 19 the Programme to Be Followed at Greenwood. ^ ?1 /"I T Waltror nrtmmunflpf VJCUt^IHI V* A* tt airvvi j vvuuujhmv^v ? of the South Carolina division of the U. C. Y., has issued the following as General Order No. 48: 1. The annual convention for 1900, of the South Carolina division, will be held at Greenwood, S. C., commencing August 1st. The opening session will be called to order at 10 a. m. 2. Our comrades aud the good people of Greenwood have made liberal arrangements to entertain the division most handsomely, and we may look forward to having a most enjoyable reuuion. Our numbers are yearly giowiug smaller, and few of us can attend many more reunions?to some of us this will be our last?therefore, let us draw closer together, and all endeavor to meet our comrades on this occasion. The state reunious always bring together the comrades who were close during the trying days of 1861 65, and more of the comrades than can possibly attend the general reunions of the U. C. V. Let*every comrade in South Carolina attempt to meet his brothers at Greenwood. 3. Arrangements are beiug made for the usual low railroad rate of 1 cent per mile. 5. Each brigade, regiment and camp will please appoint one sponsor, aud as many maids of honor as they may think best ; and let each see that they i all come. Nothing adds so much to the pleasure of such reunions, as the presence of the fair women of our state, devoted as they are to the holy memories of the great cause we fought for. 5. Any further details respecting the pleasure or comfort of the comrades, will be published to the division, if necessary. Rack from Kansas City. August Kohn in News and Courier : Of the delegates to the Kansas City convention, Governor McSweeney, Senator Talbird and Messrs. Garris and Welborn returned this afternoon. While in Kansas City the delegation rented a small dwelling sufficient to accommodate them, and they took their meals wherever it happened to be most convenient. While the delegation acted unanimously in the convention and ca9t 18 votes for Stevenson, there was quite a lively little racket stirred up when the delegation met to decide whom they would support for the vice presidency. The first choice of most of them was Hill ; but his positive declaration that he would not accept the honor made the Carolinians cast about for another man to support. Senator Tillman was an enthusiastic supporter of Towue, and made a characteristically earnest and ardent speech at the delegation meeting, urging them to support him. But his efforts were in vain, and the senator was much ; put out because the delegation refused to look at it in the light that he did. i Had it not beeu for the unit rule he i would doubtless have make a speech ( in favor ofTowne in the convention, , and would have voted for him, too. i But a majority of the delegation was , not willing to support a Republican, even though he favored Iree silver, while life-long Democrats were availi able, and Senator Tillman had to yield to their opinion. The following is the result of the ballot whereby the delegation decided to vote for Stevenson : For Towne, Tillman, Stokes, Welborn, Traxler, Garris, 5 ; for Hill, Latimer, 1; for Stevenson, Governor McSweeneyt Wilson, Stribling, McBee, Bouchier, McGhee, John Gary Evans, Polaty, Talbird, Mooney, Gruber, 11 ; for Carr of North Carolina, Wilie Jones, 1. The delegation left Senator Tillman in Kansas City attending a meeting of the executive committee. Messrs. Gruber and Polaty w?Lt on a trip to Colorado, L. Arthur O'Neal remained in Kansas City for a few days. Col. W. B. Wilson stopped in Asheville, Col. Jones stopped at a North Carolina mountain resort, and the others stopped at their homes. AT THE CHURCHES. BAPTIST. RfcV. J. B. BOZEMAN, PASTOR. Prayer meeting on Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock. TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL. REV. J. M. STEADMAN, PASTOR. Prayer meeting this evening at 8.30 o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN. REV. W. G. NEVILLE, PASTOR. There will be prayer-meeting this evening at 8.30 o'clock. THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. REV. J. C. JOHNES, RECTOR. Services this afternoon at 6 o'clock. ASSOCIATE REFORMED. REV. BOYCE H. GRIER, PASTOR. Prayer meeting this afternoon at 5.00 ?'clock. ?gecial Dotiqes. How's This ! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business trai.sanctions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West it Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan <t Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. 1/UU V 0UU<U> Don't be sick ! Get well! I give absent treatment any distance. If you are sick, don't delay! It might cost you your life. Thousands are being cured daily by this modern science. All diseases treated without the use of medicine. Write today for free instructions. Address Prof. N. L. Davis, Texarkana, Ark*. May 30 w 3m* OBITUARY. ^ Died?Of consumption, in Bethesda township, six miles south of Yorkville, on Sunday afternoon. July 8, 1900, Mr. R. FRANK LINDSAY, aged about 07 years. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Pamelee Library. THE parties holding "LETTERS OF AMERICA" and "IN THE DAYS OF MASSASOIT," wfll please return at once, as the first section has been shipped. DUES for 2nd quarter are NOW DUE. JAS. L. HANAHAN, Librarian. July 11 w It NOW time TO BUY Buggies. CROPS will soon be out of the way, and you will have nothing to do but ride around to picnics and enjoy yourselves. However, your joys will not bo complete unless you ride in a fine NEW BUGGY. WE ARE NOW SELLING better value Than has ever been known in this trade. Come and buy from us, for cash or on time. Our 13-year record for good goods and fair treatment is before you and we stand upon it. Yorkville Buggy Co. Don't?. ? Forget That We Always Keep on Hand: Corn, Pease, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Lime, Plaster Paris, Laths, Shingles, Wagon and Buggy Tires, Steel and Iron, and Everything in the Grocery Line, that we will let go at reasonable prices. Come and see us and if you want anything we haven't in stock, we will order for you. We want your trade and think we can make it interesting for you if you will come and see lis be fore buying. ...Riddle & Carroll... Armour s Best Hams, Nice Smoked Breakfast Bacon, Smoked Ham, Etc. Blackberry Balsam, 25 Cts., for Dysentery. YORK DRUG STORK, People Traveling t SHOULD at all times have a nice Grip, Trunk or Valise. They are almost a \ necessity on a railroad journey. 1 don't . mean that a traveler should carry a Grip u and a Valise and a Trunk ; but I do say r that every traveler should have either x one of the three of these articles. You need a Grip every time you go off for a day or so. You need a Valise when you yi go to visit, or when business calls you to st some place, detaining you for several days or a week ; and when your wife goes to visit her mother, it is necessary to have a Trunk. And again, almost everyone n] needs a nice Trunk to keep things in at ^ home. A nice Trunk is a useful article, and everyone should own one. I have S on hand a full line of Trunks, Grips and Valises : at all prices. No one should think of 1 borrowing either of these articles when ' T am selling Grips at from 20 cts. to 82.50; Valises at from 50 cts. to $9.00 ; and Trunks " at from 25 cts. to 811.00. Now don't put off seeing these goods.* I have a few Dress Suit Cases to go at a bargain. ^ Do You Wear Shoes ? Of course you do. I should have asked what make of Shoes do you wear? My object in asking was to find out if you wore the best Shoe made, namely, the T F n For Men, which has no equal on any p market at the price. The illustration here shows one of the several styles of Shoes made by the renowned HamiltonDrown Shoe Company, of St. Louis, Mo. My Straw Hats 5 Must he closed out, and in order to ac- w eomplish this end, I am going to offer d every one of them at a bargain. Come 0i and pick out what you want, and you can _ get it almost at your own "figger." I Want to Close 3 V My Cottonades at once, and if you want H a good pair of Pants, you should not de- E lay about seeing this cloth. Prices range k from 6J cts. a yard up. S "Monarch" Shirts.* My line of Shirts is complete and I can suit the most careful dresser in York Ii county. And when it comes to superior si finality, fit and finish, the "MONARCH" H Shirt is without a rival. Those who buy p Monarch Shirts always get the best. It F is wellknown for its lasting qualities, and ei it don't cost any more than other so-called > "high-grade" Shirts. H.C.STRAUSS. Here's a Treat! S WE have just receiyed a shipment of ^ as fine Mackerel as has ever been seen on this market. We know that they are extra nice and do not hesitate to recommend them to our friends ard customers. These Mackerel were "pulled" this year, v Call or telephone and get some for your ? breakfast. Also fresh Canned Salmon. Yes, Ma'am! ! We have FRUIT JARS and we are offering tbem at prices that "won't jar" you at all; but will please your pocketbook. Lowney's Candy. ? We have just received a lot of fresh _ CANDY made by the wellknown and (, deservedly popular Walter M. Lowney Company, of Boston. We sell the best quality only. Remember this, re- h member that, we sell P, Lowney's at 40C. a lb. , A it Our Ice Business r, G is growing far beyond our expectations. e( In S days we sold 20,000 pounds of Ice, and the demand for "IIOBBS'S CRYSTAL ICE" continues to pour in. _ We deliver Ice at the residences of our " town customers. When you want Ice or Groceries, call, send, write or 'phono the PARLOR GROCERY, S. L. Hobbs & Co., Proprietors. J HAVE YOU ANY h WZHZE-A-T ? a" You had better save it ! Bisulphide Carbon will keep the w weevils and worms out of the ai wheat. Starr sells the Carbon, c STARR sells a good ?[ Wagon ancl Buggy Paint, p and this is the time to paint. a STARR sells Campbell's Anti-Ferment, } Fruit Jars and Jar Rubbers. I fi When you need anything in p the Drug or Medicine line, come ai to STARR'S DRUG STORE. ^ Jas.M. Starr & Co., LEADING DRUGGISTS. T ..Palmetto Grocery.. I "Life is Real, j" Life is Earnest," And to Live, We Must Eat. qi IT is easy to recognize that the first two Hues above belong to tlie grand little poem entitled "The Psalm of Life," by Mr. Henry W. Longfellow. The third line belongs to the law of Nature, and no man can dispute the truth it contains. Among our late arrivals are: Sugar Hams, Sliced Star Ham, Sliced Star Bacon, Chipped Dried Beef, *>t Extra Quality Tripe, Fresh Cream Cheese, Heinz's Pork and Beans, Heinz's Sour and Sweet Pickles, Re-Boiled Georgia Cane Molasses. It is known among our army of customors that we are headquarters for every- I thing in the Groceiy line. We deliver p goods, free of charge, in town. Lowrance, Williams A. Co. th WHAT WE ADVERTISE, Tl WE SELL. WHAT WE SELL, T ADVERTISES US. I ou [TTE notify you in all- candor and j. T T truthfulness that if you are think- ' ig about buying a lyj luggy, Wagon or tl a Set of Harness, $ ou can't afford to pass unnoticed the yles and prices we are offering. is Males and Horses. ct t While it is late in the season for this line a f our business, we have one or two good P~ [orses and a fine pair of Mules for sale. j.? econd-Haml Buggies cc and flarriavAB. !?! """ mi A few of each to sell at a bargain. GLENN & ALLISON, of l B. MOORE & CO. ? ho Geiser Threshers 5! ea 4 RE the best made on earth, and we si: jL have them on hand. Now is the to me to close your trade for one, and not th s disappointed at the last moment. < W. B. MOORE & CO. ^b Fruit Jars?Mason's, he standard. In guarts and half-gallon, 8P i stock, at 75 ana 81 a dozen. Extra im .ubbers at lowest price. du Jelly Tumblers ^ list received. 50 dozen pints and half- [u1 ints, tin tops, at 35 and 50 cents a dozen. _ etter save your fruit now that you have . In larger quantities we will make b wer prices. See us on Jelly Tumblers. j Refrigerators. *( Now that you can get ice so cheap, why 1st ot have a Refrigerator that you can put cb our meats, butter, milk, etc., in and tir ave ice water from water tank in the no efrigerator all at same cost you now pay eri >r ice. A bargain. ' Ice Cream Churns. 3 1, 2, 3 and 4 quart sizes. Five-minute reezer?the simplest and best on earth. bl) all and examine one of them. Ice icks, Lemon Squeezers, Hand Ice If have for one or two glasses at J THE EVERYTHING STORE. !n Draw Cut Mowers jSr id Wabble Gear Hay Makers. Now cb tat the binder season is oyer, we are on j and with a CARLOAD oflhese Mowing w, facbines and Thomas Hand and Selfnmp Rakes. Parties desiring this line r goods will do well to call on us. * Superior Grain Drills TI J a believe to be just what the name imlies?SUPERIOR to all other makes. Bj fe refer you to Messrs. Wade H. Hickn, Robt. Caldwell, W. Meek Faulkner, lias Ramsey,I Sam Pnrsley, J. O. Wal- \ er, or anyone else that we have sold a T uperior Disc Drill to, and you may be mi iverned by what they tell you. We bo ave not had a complaint. ^ Bargains i some large Hanging Lamps for church, !?] ;hools or halls. Also some smaller jjr [anging Lamps. Show Cases at low 51? rices. We have too many. Hardware, urniture, Cook Stoves, Paints, etc., in fr idless variety. W. B. MOORE & CO. ^ i Large Line of Cutlery. ; We have a large line of Cutlery that we \ arrant in Table and Pocket Knives. < "" Ann nftnn 9 A Inn Q l?Q7nr Wfl ail JUU ftU V v/uv \/i LUll i i i I it1 ' ? *?v??swi. I? V arrant absolutely. Has "W. B. Moore , Co." on the blade. That makes us rejonsible if it is not good. \ W. B. MOORE & CO. i VHISONANT, CASTLES~&Co7, r THE LEADERS, | IICKORY GROVE, S. C. an - th We Have Everything ^ rHAT one could expect to find in a t first-class general store, and at prices Oi at will compare favorably with the same El ass of goods anywhere. gr rockery With Cash Purchases. We are giving away to cash purchasers, andsome Tableware. With each cash of urchase we give the customer a ticket, ach of these tickets represents a value, ? id enough tickets, will secure the custoler any desired piece of first-class Ware. T sk about the matter and let us explain X to you in more detail. fai Don't forget that we are prepared to irnish almost anything you want in Dry ? oods, Millinery, Hardware, Groceries, ;c., and that our prices are right. T WHISONANT, CASTLES & CO., X Hickory Grove, S. C. ? Kiim 'er Runnin'! We've Got Fruit Jars, 3UBBERS for Fruit Jars, and JELLY A TUMBLERS. We have the Slates, Pencils, Crayons, iks, Pens, Tablets, Composition Books WR id Stationery for the public schools. Pn Fresh Choice Lemons just received. ! : Lamm & Co.'s Clothing. \a I desire to call the attention of those p ho are particular as to quality, style id fit of their Clothing, that I still repre- thi mt Lamm & Co., Merchant Tailors, of re* hicago, and am prepared to show a line all f samples that are unsurpassable, and to uarantee absolute satisfaction in every drtinnlar. W. M. KENNEDY. Aerent. 1 PPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE. Estate of J. C. MeCully, Deceased. I kTOTICE is hereby given that the un- tri 31 dersigned executor of the estate of frt AMES C. McCULLY, deceased, having El led his final return with the judge of rai robate for York county, on theTTH DAY in' P JULY, 1900, at 10 o'clock, a. m., will po pply for a discharge from further liabilir as executor of said estate. T. N. DULIN, Executor. ? June 6 w St* To fork BrickWorks. 1 W. N. ASHE, Proprietor. jHi It, We are now making millions of Brick, id are ready to meet all demands, wholelie or retail, at figures that are right. ? For first-class Lime in large or small jantilies, call on us. W.N.ASHE. O Yorkville and Rock Hill. C J stenography ? AND ^ ^ typewriting. [iss Rose Hunter, In the Office of Thos. F. McDow, Esq., Offers Her Services. Prompt and careful attention to legal and her copying. Will take testimony in referee .. id other civil cases. w3m lj WANTED!; WANT to buy for CASH at once, ret . ONE THOUSAND CORDS of DRY TF INE WOOD. I will pay the highest sul arket price. Bring your Wood and get pri le CASH. T. B. McCLAIN! 1 / HE DR. LINDSAY PLANTATION i FOR SALE. 321-Acre Highly Improved Farm, ? Adjacent to Town Conveniences. pOR cash, or upon satisfactory terms to J 1 the right party, I offer at private sale J1 at tract of land on the southwestern at tskirtsof Yorkville, known as the Dr. F. LINDSAY PLANTATION, rhis plantation includes 321 ACRES, ? ing on both sides of the Pinckney road, T lich runs nearly through the centre. le S. C. & G. Extension railroad passes SI rough one corner, and the C. & N.-W. to R. runs within about 200 yards of the pi stern boundry. The northeastern line within lj| miles of the courthouse, and ^ e town is accessible over either the y lester or Pickney roads. , rhere are under cultivation and in v: sture about 200 acres, and the balance is woodland, most of which is original rest, including many THOUSAND )RDS OF FIREWOOD, and more or = is valuable timber. That portion of H nd which is under cultivation is highly -i iproved, including a thorough system " terraces cast along scientific lines and tii from seven to ten years' standing. AJ1 r e land lies well. ct rue ouiiaings mciuae a u-hju aiuni o, RAME BUILDING, 5 rooms, in fair re* ir, suitable for overseer, on the Plnck- y road, just two miles from the court- 1 use, a good barn and four outbuildings, ' tb a well of good water. There are on tt e place FOUR TENEMENT HOUSES, si ch near a spring, and on the place pi c springs, all of which are convenient one or the other of the different cul- ^ ated fields. 1 Several of the fields have, with favor- . le seasons, yielded an average of a %l. X.LE OF COTTON TO THE ACRE, f. d one four-acre tract has a record of tE JVEN BALES. This plantation was _ iproved by the late Dr. J. F. LINDSAY, ring a period of 25 years, and most of } a local public is aware that, especially jj ring the last ten years of his life, he 8l ide on it heavier crops at less expense p] an were made by any other farmer on y other plantatiou in this section of the _ unty. AH of the land is as good or "I tter now than it has ever been. i [ ask for this plantation |25 AN ACRE, fo am farming the place this year and T >uld want to give possession January oi ;, 1901; but in the meantime the puraser would be at liberty to build, cut ? nber or do anything else that would t interfere with the cultivation or gathing of the crop. ] The situation of the property makes it -* luable as a place to run a PUBLIC [N, and one has been successfully run th 3re tor years. The gin house is well D ilt, covered with metal and in good pair. The ginning outfit consists of a p horse power engine, 60-saw Van Win- S e gin, condenser, feeder and a press?all kgood running order. If a sale is made "! time to enable me to arrange to put my ick, etc., on another place for next year, 1 vill pift this ginning outfit in without _ arge to the purchaser. * For further information, call upon or * ite to me at Yorkville, S. C. di J. R. LINDSAY. o rune 6 w 3m t IE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, P' York County. ^ 7 W. H. McCorkle, Esquire, Probate 1 Judge of York County. ^ ITHEREAS J. H. RIPPY has ap- p, plied to me for Letters of Ad- F inistration, on all and singular, the _ ods and chattels, rights and credits of ? lNE CRAWFORD, late of the county iresaid, deceased: t rhese are, therefore, to cite and admon- X i all and singular the kindred and cred- v< >rs of the said deceased, to be and appear a] fore me, at our next Probate Court for B said county, to be holden at York Court puse on the 17th day of JULY, 1900, ? 10 o'clock a. m., to shew cause, if j y, why the said Administration should t be granted. ven under my hand and seal, this 2nd "I lay of July, in the year of our Lord J me thousand nine hundred, and in oi ;he 124th year of American Inde^end- T Slice. w. 11. Mci/UnALr,, il Probate Judge of York County, pi July 4 w 2t S. H. O'LEARY. = FURNITURE!-FURNITURE !! 1 JEDROOM, Parlor and Diningroom Suits, Chairs, Tables, Iron ana Oak " idsteads, Bureaus, Hall-stands, Pictures p d Easels and EVERYTHING kept in _ e line at G. H. O'LEARY'S. -i STOVES AND RANGES. J J|7E are still selling the wellknown t 'V CHAS. NOBLE A CO.'S make. CI ir leaders are the IRON KING and LiMO, besides a large stock of cheaper _ ade stoves. G. H. O'LEARY. ? SADDLES AND BRIDLES ? kF my own manufacture. A full line 1 "of COLLARS, WHIPS and all grades Si goods kept in this line will be found at si G. H. O'LEARY'S. p] BUGGIES AND HARNESS. _ F you want a nice BUGGY or a good H hand-made set of HARNESS, aon't -J 1 to examine my stock. R G. H. O'LEARY. D S* CARPETS, MATTINGS, it IUGS, Window Shades and Cornice Poles at G. H. O'LEARY'S. = MONUMENTS oi SI AND pi TOMBSTONES. (fSjxv HAVING recently removed to jfSj/m Yorkville, I am opening up my [Wtotlf||\ Marble Works in the rear room ? PJ'M1 of the KENNEDY BUILD- si ffSfr ING, opposite the postofflce. P?jK Pall and apn me and pet an _ F=tE estimate on any kind of" ] r?^ MONUMENT -? or TOMBSTONE ?. it you may desire. My prices will be cl isonable. I am in position to furnish P1 styles of Iron Fencing. I am Yours Very Respectfully, FRANK HAPPERFIELD. } EXEMPT FROM FEES. C< >ILLS, Posters, Circulars and other ^ ) advertising matter intended for dis- u bution in Yorkville have exemption >m license fees if printed at THE _ STQUIRER OFFICE. We have arnged the license matter and our custo- -y ers will not be interfered with by the I lice under the bill posting ordinance. v L. M. GRIST A SONS. A 1une 20 was tf gt| th NOW IS THE TIME of paint your house, and th iirshburg, Hollander & Co.'s yj STAG BRAND PAINT he Paint to use. We have It, and guarantee and the price is right. __ YORKVILLE r| BUGGY COMNPAY. ? CORN MILL FOR SALE. fjj I EE me at once! Prices low and terms ex I to suit. T. B. McCLAIN. fanuary 10 w tf ? iNNOUNCEMENTS. , ELECTION, TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1900. ) ~ " as FOR STATE SENATOR. d? ITE are authorized to announce J. S. jv V BRICE, Esq., as a candidate for the Jr ATE SENATE, subject to the result the Democratic primary. t.pril 28 w tf _ FOR COUNTY TREASURER. In 17 E are authorized to announced H. Ti V A. D. NEELY as a candidate for je< lommendation for re-appointment as pi tEASURER OF YORK COUNTY, oject to the result of the Democratic unary electiou. 4 day 30 w te Ct 1NNOUNCEMENTS. , ELECTION, TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1900. FOR SOLICITOR OTH CIRCUIT. WILL stand for re-nomination to tht . office ol SOLICITOR OF THE GTH UDICIAL CIRCUIT, subject to the relit of the next Democratic primary. J. K. HENRY. . June 9 w te HEREBY announce myself as a can. didate for SOLICITOR OF THE IXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, subject i the rules governing the Democratic rimary election. W. C. HOUGH. June 2 w te [XJE are authorized to announce THOS. r f F, McDOW, Esq., as a candidate >r SOLICITOR OF THE SIXTH JUICIAL CIRCUIT, subject to the result F the Democratic primary. April 28 w tf IOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [T7E are authorized to announce HORrY ACE E JOHNSON for renominaon as a candidate for the HOUSE OF EPRESENTATIVES, subject to the mice ol the Democratic voters of York >unty in the primary election. July 4 w te [\TE are authorized to announce J. E. f V BEAMGUARD as a candidate for te HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ibject to the actiou of the Democratic rimary election. June 6 w te HITE are authorized to announce THOS. rT P. McDILL as a candidate for reaction to the HOUSE OF REPREENTATIVES, subject to the result of le Democratic primary election. June 2 w te JITE are authorized to announce J. R. r? HAILE as a candidate fori the OUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ibject to the result of the Democratic rimary election. May 30 , w te* n|7E are authorized to announce W. B. iy de LOACH, Esq., as a candidate r the HOUSE OF REPRESENTAIVES, subject to the action of the Demjratic party in the primary election. May 23 w te FOR CLERK OF THE COURT. HEREBY announce myself a candi. date for the office of CLERK OF OURT OF YORK COUNTY, subject to le rqsult of the primary election of the emocratic party. J. A. TATE. April 11 w 3m* SUBJECT to the action of the Demo? cratic primary election, I hereby an>unce myself as a candidate for the Bee of CLERK OF THE COURT FOR ORK COUNTY. J. J. HUNTER. April 7 w 3m* [1I7E are authorized to announce W. V\ BROWN WYLIE as a candiite for re-election to the office of CLERK F THE COURT FOR YORK COUNY, subject to the result of the Democratic rimary election. April 7 w tf ' HEREBY announce myself aoandi. date for the office of CLERK OF OURT OF YORK COUNTY, subject to le action of the Democratic party in the rimary election. W. H. STEWART. April 4 w 3m* FOR COUNTY AUDITOR. ' HEREBY announce myself as a can. didate for recommendation by the iters in the Democratic primary for rejpointment as COUNTY AUDITOR. W. W. BOYCE. May 16 w te FOR COUNTY SUPERINTEDENT OF EDUCATION. " HEREBY announce myself asacan. didate for re-nomination for the office ' SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCAION FOR YORK COUNTY, subject to le action of the Democratic voters in the rimary election. JOHN E. CARROLL. Mdt an w to FOR SHERIFF. , T7E are authorized to announce Capt. IV E. A. CRAWFORD as a candidate r SHERIFF OF YORK COUNTY, ibject to the result of the Democratic imary election. May 12 w te TTE are authorized to announce JOHN r R. LOGAN as a candidate for reection as SHERIFF OF YORK COUNY, subject to the result of the Demoatic primary election. May 12 w te FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR. [X7E are authorized to announce R. W. rV WHITESIDES as a candidate for CPERVISOR OF YORK COUNTY, ibject to the result of the Democratic rimary election. June 13 w te* rHE ENQUIRER is authorized toannounce Mr. J. ED. LEECH, of Broad iver township, as a candidate for the emocratic nomination for SUPERVIOR OF YORK COUNTY, subject to le result of the primary election. June 9 w te [X7E are authorized to announce T. W. IT BOYD as a candidate for the office r SUPERVISOR OF YORK COUNTY, ibject to the result of the Democratic rimary election. June2 w te [X7E are authorized to announce T. fV GIB CULP as a candidate for reaction to the office of SUPERVISOR F YORK COUNTY, subject to the relit of the Democratic primary election. June2 w te HEREBY announce myself as a can. didate for the office of SUPERVISOR F YORK COUNTY, subject to the loice of the Democratic voters in the rimary election. Respectfully, J. FRANK ASHE. May 9 w te 'X7E are authorized to announce JOHN 11 F. GORDON as a candidate for OUNTY SUPERVISOR OF YORK OUNTY, subject to the result of the emocratic primary election. May 23 w te FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. EDITOR YORKVILLE ENQUIRER: 1J Please commend to the voters of ork county, the name of Mr. W. S. rILKERSON, of Broad River townlip, as a proper one to recommend to e governor in connection with the office COUNTY COMMISSIONER. We ink that the county will do well to conlue to avail itself of such services as r. Wilkerson has been giving. VOTERS. J une 27 w te flHE ENQUIRER is requested to sugL gest D. G. STANTON, of Bethel, for commendation for appointment as 3UNTY COMMISSIONER, subject to e choice of the Democratic voters, to be pressed in the primary election. July 7 w te FOR MAGISTRATE, (York Township.) VE are authorized to announce J. MARTIN BRIAN, of Yorkville, a candidate for Democratic recommenition forappointmentas MAGISTRATE DR YORK TOWNSHIP, subject to the loice of the voters of the township in e nrimarv election. June 20 " w te T7"E are authorized to announce D. C. ' T CLARK as a candidate for recomendation for appointment as MAOINRA1E FOR YORK TOWNSHIP, subct to the result of the Democratic imary election. May 26 w te Arnica Salve and Witcli Hazel for Filed, ltd, Etc. YOKK DRUG STORE.