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Tried to Break Jail.
Sheriff Logan has discovered a plot among his prisoners looking to an attempted jail delivery. During Monday, a prisoner informed him, that a Negro woman named McCreery, in jail on the charge of murder, had in her possession a hack saw used for cutting iron, and afterward he intercepted some letters that threw further light on the matter. As the result of a search, the saw was found, and there Is evidence to show that the tool was slipped into the Jail on Sunday by McCreery, the woman's husband. McCreery has been arrested in Rock Hill, and will be committed for *-i-l nharira nf niriiner DTiSOn ti iai Ull lliv V??M?0V V w ^ ers to escape. Both Rivera Hlfch. Information from Broad and Catawba rivers describes both streams as being high out of their banks and close . to the record marks. Mr. J. J. J. ..... Robinson is the leading authority on Rroad river conditions. He states that on Monday night the water was within three feet of the record of 1878, or about s 26 feet, near his house.. The cable at the free ferry was broken down by driftwood on Monday, and there was no place along the York county line where the river could be crossed. It is not thought that there will be any considerable damage to the bottom lands. The Catawba has reached a point close to the high stages of the past few years. It was 21 feet at Wright's ferry on Monday morning and was still rising. The family of Mr. Thomasson, the ferryman, had moved out of the house; but Mr. Thomasson himself was still holding the fort. His house had been surrounded; but the water had not yet entered above the first floor. The Alliance Exchange. Columbia special of March 21, to the News and Courier: The argument in behalf of a petition for the appointment of a receiver for the Alliance Exchange was heard today by Judge Gary in his office in the Greenfield building. The petition was filed by H. E. Brookshlre and the Cash Hill Sub-Alliance. The complaint has already been published . and it is sufficient only to report mai it alleges that the Alliance Exchange directors have diverted the use of the money, 117,000, 9 from the purpose for which it was intended, and that it should be returned to the stockholders. They express the fear that it might be dissipated and they assert, also, that there are several claims against it and that they should not be paid until their validity is passed upon. Those constituting the exchange directorate and who resisted the application are: A. C., Lyles, J. L. Keitt, J. B. Douthit, J. PJ Ashe, S. T. McKeown, O. P. Goodman\ The creditors are M. L. Donaldsoft, C. 1 J. Coit and others. The ansjver is a document of some Interest in that it gives some of the inside workings of the Exchange. From it some of the following facts are taken: It is denied that any other business was ever engaged in except as an agency for the purchase of farm supplies for the benefit of the members of the Alliance. It is denied that any Individual in subAlliances had stock in the Exchange, but that such sub-alliances owned stock as an organization. After detailing the manner of conducting the business the answer alleges: That M. L. Donaldson was appointed the first agent of the Exchange, and it was then contemplated that the capital stock should be loaned at interest, with the expectation that the interest and fees would pay the expenses of the agency. It was well-known to stockholders that the capital stock was not to be used by Donaldson in actual conduct of business or to pay salaries or expenses. In \ 1890 the Jute Bagging Trust was formed and the stockholders, with full acquiescence of the county trustee stockholders, determined to place $4,000 in the National Bank, of Greenville, to the order of M. L. Donaldson, agent, and in 1891 an additional sum of $1,080 was loaned to Donaldson for the purpose of buying bagging for members. In November, 1891, it was developed , that there was an actual or supposed deficiency in the funds after they had gone into the hands of the agent. The - ^-1 Uin agency was tnen movea 10 ^uiumuia and D. P. Duncan was put In charge until. January, 1901, and the administration of Duncan had resulted in additional loss to the corporation. Early in Duncan's administration all of the loans were called in except a few hundred dollars, which could not be realized on, and it was placed in the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, in Columbia. That in 1900 it was determined to sell out the stock, as the dividends had been irregular, and the stock was sold to J. P. Matthews at par, less $1,850, the amount of an overdraft, which had been incurred by D. P. Duncan, and the note of J. P. Matthews, for $16,465.65 was taken for said stock, secured by a deposit of $20,000 of the stock of the bank. That the amount of the overdraft added to >the aggregate amounts put into the VtonHa nt Mr \f T. Donaldson atrerre gates $6,930, which was the total shortage of the capital stock before the administration of the present directors began. The existence of any just claim against the fund is denied. The story of the disagreement as to what should be done with the fund was detailed down to the determination of the stockholders, by a very large majority, to dissolve and pay out the funds to the contributors through the sub-Alliances The directors have been carrying out the plan by making preparations to divide the fund by sending out notices, so that the proper distributees might be determined. They deny that they have attempted to control the corporation any more than by carrying out the instructions of stockholders. They deny that they are indebted to Donaldson or Colt. In conversation with a member of the board Donaldson mentioned something about a claim, to which the reply was: "You can't have any claim. You know your office was on a contingency." Donaldson replied: "I know that, but if we can get the matter into ^ A Wr? /vf /* nA/tnlimM n 1 /\ ^ /\^ tU/\aA iuc nanus ui a. iclcuci a iui ui iucsc fellows will not come in to claim the amount due to them, and there will be a surplus in the receiver's hands, and I and Coit can go in and get our moneyout of that." After the presentation of the papers brief argument was made and Judge Gary announced that he would reserve his decision. Bellinger, Townsend & Haskell and Jones Verner represented the petitioners; Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, of Newberry, and W. H. Lyles, of Columbia, represented the defendants. AT TJHE CHtKCIIES. TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL. REV. J. L. STOKES, PASTOR. Prayer meeting in the Sunday school room this (Wednesday) evening at 7.30 o'clock. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. REV. J. C. JOHNES, RECTOR. Services this, Tuesday, afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN. REV. W. G. NEVILLE, PASTOR. No prayer meeting this evening. ferial gjtotices. PreachlnK at Knon. There will be services at Enon Baptist church on Sunday next, March 29, conducted by Rev. W. E. Hurt. March 25 w.s. 2t Special Ifoliijes. Communion at Hebron. There will be communion at Hebron next Sabbath, preaching commencing on Friday at 11 o'clock. Rev. J. M. White, of Unity, will preach during the occasion. E. B. Caenes. Preaching at Wood lawn. There will be preaching at Woodlawn ' m Akiinnh Qhornn on' SllTl ricauj' in ian tiiuivu, Muu?v-f day afternoon, March 29th, at 3.30 o'clock, conducted by Rev. P. B. Ingraham. March 25 w.s.2t Rxcnralon Rates. On the dates named below, the Southern railway will sell special round trip tickets as follows: To Nashville, Tenn., account of General Assembly, Cumberland Presbyterian church. Rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 19, 20 and 21, with final limit June 1, 1903. To St. Louis, Mo., account of Dedication Ceremonies, Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Rate of one first-class fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale April 29, 30 and May 1, good to leave St. Louis not later than May 4, 1903, returning. To Atlanta, Ga., account of National Convention, B. Y. P. U. of America. One first-class fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. Tickets on sale July 8, 9 and 10, with final limit July 15, 1903. To Richmond, Va., account of Southern Educational Conference. Rate of one and one-third fares for the round trip. Tickets on sale April 20 and 21, with final limit April, 28, 1903. Solid vestibuled trains. Elegant Pull man sleeping car service, unexceueu dining car service. For full information in regard to schedules, tickets, etc., apply to any agent of the * Southern Railway company, or, R. W. Hunt, Division Passenger Agent, Charleston, S. C. 2?he gorfettiUe <?otton Parhet. Corrected Semi-Weekly by Hum. Lotto Bros. Yorkvllle, March 24, 12 m.?The local market stands as follows: Middling 91 Strict Middling , 98 Good Middling 93 Fully Good Middling 93 Latta Bros. / O JBITTJ ARYr /"* / ~ Died?At his home near Smyrna, on Wednesday, March 18, R. A. BOLIN, in the/ 68th year of his age. His remains intorrpri nt Pftnaan on Thursday. y\rv the Neely's Creek neighborhood, on Sunday, March 22, Mrs. C. D. ANDERSON, aged 83 years. The funeral took place at Neely's Creek on Sunday afternoon, the services being conducted by Rev. Oliver Johnson. HYPNOTIC EXHIBITION. WM. IRVINE FAYSSOUX, the boy Hypnotist And Mind Reader will give two of his wonderful exhibitions at the OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, March 24 and 25. Admission 25, 35 and 50 cents. It ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. I WILL expose to public sale at the late residence of W. McCAW DOWDLE, deceased, on the 4TH DAY OF APRIL, 1903, at 10 o'clock a. m., to the highest bidder for CASH, the whole of the PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging to the said estate, to wit: One Mule and Horse,, a fine lot of Cattle, Hogs, Farm Implements, Buggy and Harness, Wagon, Corn Fodder, Cotton Seed, Household and Kitchen Furniture and other article not mentioned. J. H. SAYE, Admr. O* Marcn zo, iskm. w <>i SOFA PILLOW SALE. N A sale of SOFA PILLOWS for the benefit of the W. F. M. S. of Trinity M. E. church will be held at the COURT HOUSE FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 27TH. The Pillows will be disposed of to the highest bidders by Mr. Withers Adicks, who has kindly consented to be the . Auctioneer for the occasion. All you, who need Sofa Pillows, and you don't know whether you do or or not until you see ours, be SURE TO COME. Be on hand at 5 p. m. SHARP. Mrs. H. H. BEARD, President Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, Trinity, M. E. Church. w.s.2t FOUSHEE CASH STORE. t Excuse us a few days and we will up our 5 cents and 10 cents Bargain dep artment as mf well as our MilllFoushee Cash Store, (At Dobson's Old Stand). YORKVILLE, S. C. COWS FED ON Mrs. LEA'S MILK AND BUTTER PURIFIER, can be pastured on wild onions, garlic and clover, and the milk and butter will neither taste nor smell. It not only destroys the bad taste on the milk but it purifies it. Sold at STARR'S DRUG STORE. Garden and Field Seeds. We have a complete stock of Garden Seeds. Small Seeds we sell two papers for 5 cents; Beans and Peas 5 cents for one tin full; Onion Sets are going at a bargain in order to get rid of them; we need the room and money; Water Melon and Cantaloupe Seed, the best varieties. In Seed Corn we have Golden Dent, White Dent and Strawberry. Millet Seed. Red Clover. Potatoes?we have Red Bliss, White Bliss, Early Rose and Beauty of Hebron. Cane Seen, we have Early Amber, Orange and Red Top. All fresh, pure seed and the price is right. JA8. M.8TARII & CO., H.ea<llngr Druggists. Phone 26. Night calls ring 49. EGGS?I HAVE THEM. BLUE Andeluslans, Brown Leghorns, Black Mlnorcas, Barred Plymouth Rocks. Indian Games. War Horse Pit Games, Bronze Turkeys. They are all pure and I can give absolutely satisfactory reference as to my reliability. Write J. W. BETTS, Lesslie, S. C. Feb. 14 s.w.tf. If you hare that tired feeling- that usually strikes you in the Spring you should take the York Drug Store's COMPOUND EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA. Large bottle for 75 cents?same size that others sell for $1. It is full strength and an excellent blood purifier and tonic. YORK DRUG STORE J. B. BOWEN, REGISTERED PHARMACIST. Ot Smoke the ORIS Clgrar?GOOD. HEATH-ELLIOTT MULE CO. * * ~QfAK1A. Uiverjf c?aic auu I'cvu ut-nuivo. Our mules are here and they are the best we have had on the market during this entire season. Call and see us. HEATH-ELLIOTT MULE CO., T P T?r t tatvp Aifanocror SPRING CLOTHING All who have seen our Clothing are impressed with the fact that we are up to the last minute in qualities, quantities, varieties, fit and finish and our prices are very low as compared with others. Our line of STRAW HATS Is close second in style and H Uciii t^y iu uui Liuiiiiu^ uv/iii ing loud, nothing coarse, but all neat and desirable shapes. For the most style see our'line of Straw Hats. J. Q. WRAY, The Furnisher. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE AT COST. Beginning TODAY we have thrown a large stock of CROCKERY and GLASSWARE on the market at COST for CASH. We want to make room for other goods. This is a rare chance. Our stock is complete, and includes Cups and Saucers. Plates?all sizes; Meat Dishes in large varieties, Covered Dishes, Bowls, Pitchers, Sugars, Butters, and everything else in Crockery, and all is going at prices never before offered. Come and see them NOW. We are neaaquariers ior maiunga, Hugs, Furniture, Stoves, etc. Don't forget us when you want anything In our line. W. B. MOORE & CO. STUFFED OLIVES. We have in stock an elegant line of Stuffed Olives, that are of the best quality. We also have choice Queen Olives for those who like them straight. If you are fond of Cucumber Pickles please remember that we have very choice barrel Dickies. L ' FEED THE BABY On Ralston's Barley Food. It is healthful and very nourishing. Babies thrive on it. C. P. LOWRANCE & CO. ft. H. O'LEARY. I The 'Dexter Mattress I I 15.00. I I The 'Rex' Mattress I lo.oo. B I The 'Regal' Mattress B B 7.5o. B B its Ufnr Them. B Have other Mattresses?can suit anyone In prices. Our Furniture stock includes about everything in house furnishings that is desirable and needful and our prices^the same to all?are as low, quality considered, as can be had of any other reliable dealer. Q. H. O'LEARY. MT Senil The Enquirer your Job Printing: order*. J. M. HEATH & CO, General Merchandise. m -v m JNew hpring Goods. 1 THE spring season is now on. For absolute conviction on this proposition the customer has only to visit our store. We have the occular demonstration. Although it is true that one swallow does not make a summer, it is equally true that the arrival of a half a dozen car loads of new goods from the northern markets is a pretty good sign of the opening of the spring season. These goods have arrived and are still arriving. During the past few days our entire corps of assistants have been up to their eyes in work opening boxes and bales and arranging their contents in shelves and on tables for the Inspection of our customers. A Tremendous \ Stock. We have positively bought this year the largest spring stock we have ever attempted to handle. We believe the trade demands it, and we know it is our mission to meet the demands of the trade. There never has been any timidity about the conduct of our establishment, and believing as we did that more goods were needed, we have laid in what we believe our customers want. All that we ask now is that the people generally come in and take a look at what we have to offer. The goods and the prices will do the rest. Details Not Practicable. It is out of the question to go Into details at this time. Although bending every energy to that end, we have not yet succeeded In establishing the order and system which always becomes the first and most pressing task after the receipt of such a stock as we are now getting in. Again, while there have already been several car loads this week, up to this writing, hardly half of the stock has yet arrived. But still we have enough in quality and variety to interest anybody and to make a trip to our store worth their while. We have great piles of new Spring Clothing in stock of all qualities and all prices, and we have also the prettiest line of Spring Underwear that we have ever seen. It is pretty, it is novel and it is fine. Millinery. But it is in Millinery which the ladies especially are most interested j-ust now. Our Millinery is here, or at least a large part of it is here, and our accomplished trimmer, Miss Burk, is also here. The pattern hats she has been mekiner have arrived, and she is now busy tilling orders. We want all the ladies to meet her, as soon as practicable, and if not before: then centainly on the occasion of the Spring Opening for which we are preparing, and the date of which is to be named soon. On The Other Side. They are busy over on the other side also, we mean in the Grocery Department. We have taken on more over there than ever before. We will furnish twice as many plantations this year as last, and that fact makes It practicable for us to handle goods in larger quantities even than heretofore. There are few people in this section who handle so much stuff by the carload as we do. It has been that way for years gnd now we are breaking all records. Our trade calls for all kinds of goods, including the very best of everything, and its volume enables us to make prices that are often astontatiino iY>r their closeness. Whether at retail or wholesale. We are leading all competitors. Those who may not feel sure of this are respectfully invited to investigate. Cash or Credit. We are here to serve. We have the means and we have the experience. There are people who have the cash, and who have a right to expect the most for It. We know what cash is worth and give its full value. There are people who require accommodation, and it is our business to take care of them. Call and see us. J. M. HEATH & CO, J. L. Williams, Manager. T. M. WHISONANT. T. H. LES8LIE. HICKORY SUPPLY COMPANY HICKORY, S. C. CASH BARGAINS. WE have purchased J. W. Castles & Co.'s entire stock of merchandise at a gTeat bargain for CASH, and we are going to divide it among our friends and customers without unnecessary delay. There is nobody in these parts or in the whole Piedmont who can compete with us in the same articles so long as they last. Listen at this: Green Coffee?a good article, 13 pounds for one Dollar. Rlr>e?18 nnnnris for tht? dollor. One thousand yards of Sheeting at five cents a yard. Prints at only four cents a yard. Big lot of Clothing at less than New York cost for the Cash. Best bargains ever offered here. Shoes at almost any price to make a sale. THE HICKORY SUPPLY CO. BUY ONLY THE HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS Manufactured by the W. C. MACMURPHY CO., Of Charleston, 8. C., Successors to The Wilcox & Gibbs Guano Co. NO CHEAP MATERIAL USED. NO LOW GRADE GOODS MADE. We would call your special attention to the WILCOX-GIBBS & CO.'S STAR BRAND MANIPULATED GUANO, which has *Iven crerieral satisfaction for 35 years, and has proved to be the best Cotton -and Corn Fertilizer made. Our WILCOX & GIBBES TOBACCO FERTILIZERS are second to. none on the market. Insist on your merchants supplying you with our brands. It will pay you. For sale by JAS. M. STARR A CO., Yorltvllle, 8. C. Phone 36. Carbo-Magnetic Razors Are always ready for use. Are electrically tempered. Never require grinding. Will shave for years without honing. No talk is required to sell CarboMagnetic razors because this guarantee says all that can be said and it says a plenty. See : Each razor Is guaranteed unconditionally.?If it doesn't please?bring it back?Another if you want it?Money back If you want It?No questions asked.?Absolute satisfaction, mind. T. W. SPECK, The Jeweler. REMNANT SALE! It is a little unusual for a grocery store to have a remnant sale, but we've got one on now. It is a remnant Molasses sale. Out of the large quantities of Molasses we've handled we've a few barrels of odds and ends?that is a half, bar'l of one brand, a bar'l of another, and two bar'ls of another and so on?all of 'em first-class and new goods. We have sold a very large number of barrels of Molasses, but do not want to carry over these remnants ?therefore, if you have the slightest suspicion that you need a half barrel or barrel of Molasses you will do -well to see us about it, as we will certainly quote you a price that 11 1 i__ *_i_ ? >_ win sureiy maKe a quicK saic. See us quick. RIDDLE & CARROLL. They Are HERE. That carload of fine MULES Is HERE. The sales we are making are surprising to York county. Our purchasing power gives us a great advantage over all other dealers. The business of the past month was the largest in our business career, and we expect to make this one even greater. The reason of the great popularity of our firm is very simple. We have the FACTS to support every printed statement we make. We show JUST what we advertise and we STAMP every sale we make with our PERSONAL GUARANTEE. If you need a Horse or Mule come to see us. Buggies, Harness. We have the largest display of JBug gies and Harness ever shown in Yorkville, and a carload of Studebaker Wagons has been shipped to us. GLENN & ALLISON. EVERT CHURCHor institution supported by voluntary contribution will be given a liberal quantity of the Longman & Martinez Pure Paints whenever they paint. Note: Have'done so for twentyseven years. Sales: Tens of millions of gallons; painted nearly two million houses under guarantee to repaint if not satisfactory: The paint wears for periods up to eighteen years. Linseed Oil must be added to the paint, (done in two minutes). Actual cost then about $1.25 a gallon. Samples free. Sold by our Agents. W, B. STROUP & BRO., Clover. S. C. J. D. HAMILTON, Sharon, S. C. SURVEYING. SURVEYING, in all its branches, accurately and promptly done. Prices reasonable. Write or 'phone to S. B. LATH AN, Hickory Qrove. S. C. CLOTHES CLEALNlAtr. j I WANT to clean, repair and press t all of your old suits. First class s work guaranteed. Leave me your or- / ders for First Class Tailor-Made Cloth- -t Ing. Made to measure Pants a special- . ty. Fit and work guaranteed. Correct t prices and the very latest and most n popular styles. R. L. BRANDON. t: VINELESS OR BUNCH YAM. 5 SWEET POTATO Seed J1 per bushel n f. o. b. Special terms for 10 bushel n lots. Write or call on S. H. LOVE, Mc- u Connellsville, S. C. Mar.l4w3t* ii Spring Clothing. it i We have a limited quantity of Spring Clothing that we are offering at FIRST COST to close out. The stock is amply large to give you a selection, and if you can get a fit we'll give you a price that will insure aquick sale and a satsified customer. Come early and get first choice. W : Handsome 1 Portraits FREE to ! Customers Who Buy . i fit! YY Ul 111 < Of Goods. ' WDHITH CO. ^oan and pavings ?anfe, YOrlcville, 8. C. [ 1 j WITH ample resources for the pro- c tectton and accommodation of i customers, this Bank solicits the bus- i lness of corporations, firms and Individ- t uals, and will extend every accommo- t datlon consistent with safe banking. 1 Best of facilities for handling the ac- 1 counts of out-of-town customers, coun- > trv merchant?, and farmers, cotton I mills and other manufacturing estab- < lishments. 1 A general banking business transact- ( ed, and prompt and intelligent atten- 1 tlon given to all business entrusted to 1 our care. i Interest bearing Certificates of Deposit issued under special agreement. W. P. HARRISON, Cashier. S. M. McNEEL, President. 0 N I O N S E tS WHEN you are ready to buy your Onion Sets, come to me and get them. I have the very best that can be had for this climate and our soli. GARDEN SEEDS?I have a fresh " oitnnltr a# /Inw/lan CaO/la rtf tVlO IflnH OUJJJSIJT U1 uaiuvil ucwuo, v/1. vuw *? ?* that have given the most general sat- c isfaotion in this locality. I also hive s Garden Beans and Pease in bulk and a packages and can sell you just the ]< quantity that you want. For years we have been handling the best growing and most prolific varie ties of Seed Irish Potatoes and I have them again this season. When you are ready to buy your Seed Potatoes it will be to your interest to see me for what you want. Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry I that are given Magic Horse and Cattle Powder and Poultry Food always thrive well and repay the user for the expense. 1 LAMM'S CLOTHING?Best on earth ?fit to wear and made to fit. W. M. KENNEDY, Agent. THE "WE FIX IT" SHOP. c IS it broken, worn or shackly? c Whether it be made of iron, wood or T steel, bring it to us and we will FIX IT. , We do Horse Shoeing, and* we do it ? RIGHT. Also all kinds of farm lmple- ? ment repairs. j R. E. MONTGOMERY. AUCTION SALES. CLERK'S SALE. The State of South Carolina?Couaty of Torlc. IN THE) COMMON PLEAS. E. W. Query, PlaintifC vs. R. B. Elms.? Notice of sale. Br virtue of decree of hla honor, Judge Chaa. Q. Dantzler, dated Jth March, 1903, I will expose to public TXT DT?A\T*T AW VAT5V AATUDT mic 111 r iwii x vx* xvxvn. wwxvx HOUSE DOOR during the legal hours of sale, on THE FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, 1903, the following described real property, to wit: All that certain piece, parcel or iract of land situated in Fort Mill township, county and state afore said on the waters of Steele Creek on east side of Catawba river, <nown as ANDREW BAILES land, ind containing 142 ACRES more or less, bounded by lands of S. P. Blankenship, J. K. Carothers, Z. T. Bailee, J. R. Miller and others. Terms of Sale?One-half CASH ind the balance on a credit of twelve nonths, with interest from day of sale, jecured by purchaser's bond and mortgage of the premises, with leave to ourchaser to pay entire bid in cash. Purchaser to pay for all papers and ecordlng fees. Purchaser must comoly with terms of sale within one hour from time or sale or premises to be refold at risk of defaulting purchaser. W. BROWN WYLIE, C. C. C. Pis. March 17, 1903. w 3t J. J. KELLER & CO., BONTBAOTOBS AND BUILDERS. Jjh Me-o-ow JM I don't like J. J. KELLER KgggW Prices on KgSpy Builders' wv Hardware . Carpenters' Their Prices are so Low That folks will fling Tools and Hardware at ^ B^HB me one of these fine V m nights. mm Wo-o-w JB Me-o-ow! Sph-e-i-e-z-z! Professional Cards. A. Y. CARTWRIGHT, 3URGEON DENTIST, YORKVILLB, S. C. BBHB OFFICE HOURS: 9 *. in. to I p. m.; a p. m.f to jp.m Office Jn upstairs rooms of Cartwrlght Sullding, opposite Telegraph and Exjreas Offices. Residence Phone 44. Office Phone 67.' W. W. LEWIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' i ?o. 5 Law Range, Yorkvflle, 8. C. ^ Practice In State and United States Courts. Prompt and careful attention given to all business. GEO. W. S. HART, ATTORNEY AT LAW, YORKVILLE, S. C. No. 1 LAW RANQB. 'Phoa. jt. STORK IMPLEMENT COMPANY SAYS take care of the little folks, who are drawers of water, and not lewers of wood. For this purpose we lave in stock a lot of Well Fixtures, vhlch is a great protection from accilents, so numerous from the old time windlass. It is not only a protection 'rom accidents; but a complete saniary arrangement in keeping everyhing clean and dry around the well. Tor information, we refer you to Hon. 3. E. Finley and Mr. W. Brown Wylie, vho have been using them a year or nore. We also have in stock B. P. Cutaway Harrows, Feed . Cutters, rVheel Barrows, Walking and Riding Cultivators, Oliver Chilled Plows, which lave no equal, and a few of the well cnown Standard Sewing Machines, vhirh are two maohlnea In one. Tours to serve when in need, YORK IMPLEMENT CO. COFFINS AND GASKETS. fT7 HEN you find it necessary to purYY chase a Coffin or Casket, you will lo well to see us as we have a large tock on hands, bought at low figures, ind we will give you the benefit of the v ow prices that we paid. W. B. MOORE & CO. She IJorfmlk (Enquirer. 'ublished Wednesday and Saturday. PUBLISHERS i JT. D. GRIST, O. E. GRIST, A. M. GRIST. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION t lingle copy for one year f 2 00 f* )ne copy for two years 3 50 x ''or Six months 1 00 i\Sr three months 50 ?wo copies one year....; 3 50 ?en copies one year 17 50 in an extra espy ior a ciud oi ten. ADVERTISEMENTS nserted at One Dollar per square for he first Insertion, and Fifty Cents per quare for each subsequent insertion. l square consists of the space occupied >y ten lines of this siae type. Contracts for advertising space for hree, six and twelve months will be lade on reasonable terms. The conracts must in all cases be confined to he regular business of the firm or lndildual contracting, and the manuscript lust be In the office by Monday at oon, when Intended for Wednesday's isue, and on Thursday at noon, when, itended for Saturday's Issue.