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. JERSEY BED PIGS FOR SALE.
SEVEN PIGS of this noted breed for sale The bog for the South. Puritr guaranteed. Apply soon. j; A. WATSON, MtfiS " ICE-CREAM AND STRAWBERRIES. THE Ladies of the Episcopal Church will sell ICE-CREAM and STRAWBERRIES in the Court House yard TO-MORROW (Friday) EVENING, commencing at 6 o'clock. May 15 20 It DAVIDSON COLLEGE, Mecklenburg Co., N. C., -fjh 1848-5. The next Session opens on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. For Catalogues apply to the CLERK OF THE FACULTY. Mrv 15 20 3m* Dr. J. B. PATRICK, Jr., Surgeon Dentist, RESPECTFULLY announces that he will visit Yorkville profession^-Lf M.y ally on the FIRST MONDAY OF JUNE next, ana remain for two weeks, during which time he will be pleased to wait upon all desiring his services. With all the latest improvements known to the profession, and an extended experience, he feels competent to give ? entire satisfaction. Consultations cheerfully accorded. May 15 20 tf KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON^ GRAIN CRADLES! TWO kinds of Grain Cradles in Stock. Our Cradles are first-clqps, six-finger, Bloods' Champion Blade, and price as low as cheaper quality. We also have a few extra Cradle blades. CULTIVATORS. Call and see our Riding Cultivator; those who bought from us last year claim that they saved labor enough to pay for their Cultivator the first vear. We can also sell you Walking Cultivators Johnson's Combination*Cotton and Corn Cultivator, Hoes, Trace Chains, Back-bands, and Harn.es. We nave a few old style no handle Hoes that will be sold cheap. pM,- -*?&* z?r\L Dry Goods and Notions. India Linen, Barred Mnslin, Piques, Calicoes, Nun's Veiling, Embroidered Dress, nice Parasols, beautiful Fans, Jackonet, Edging, White, Cream, and Black, Cotton; Linen and Silk Laces, Hose, Handkerchiefs, Black and colored Silk Gloves, pretty Linen Collars, Ribbons, etc. LADIES' HATS. Trimmed and untrimmed, very; cheap, fresh stock just received. We have a nice assortment of Gent's stylish Straw Hats. Ladies' Shoes. A nice fresh assortment of ladies' Shoes at KENNEDY BROS. <fc BARRON. J&r The American Sewing Machine is the best. RIDDLE & PEGRAM. FRESH ARRIVALS. WE are daily adding to our stock fresh arrivals of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Plantation Supplies, consisting'of the best quality of goods offered to the trade, which we guarantee to be as represented in every instance. Our Aim. We shall spare no pains to keep our Stock complete in all its branches throughout the Summer months and shall take special pleasure in furnishing our customers and friends when in need of anything in our line. LIME. We are Agents for Simons pure Lime, of which we always keep a supply on hand. WAGONS. We have exclusive sale of the celebrated Studebaker Wagons, any who may think of'purchasing Wagons within the next six months, will find it greatly to their advantage to see us before buying. RIDDLE <fc PEGRAM. " BIO BOOM AT THE Yorkville Livery and Feed Stables. ww vrmrT.v,i! XV ML4 WW V JUAKMVJUJLlKyo EXPECTED to arrive this week, a nice lot of Columbus Buggies, the best Buggies now made. Also, a nice lot of Cincinnati Buggies, Carriages and Jump-seat Phietons, all standard grade work, which will be sold at the mast reasonable prices. Second-Hand Vehicles. I also have on hand a number of Buggies and Wagons that have been in use ashort while which I will sell at reasonable prices for cash or on time. Buggy Cushions, Shafts and Poles kept in stock *> for sale. SOMETHING NEW. I have just purchased a No. 1 Queen City HEARSE, and will now be prepared to furnish funeral occasions with Hearse and Carriages for town or any part of the county, at short notice, and for moderate charges. Feed Stables. ^ Have vour horses fed at the YORKVILLE LIVERY AND FEED STABLES, where they will be well fed and groomed. F. E. SMITH. " MT STRAUSS. DON'T FORGET! ,u i / ]||# Htraufts : BOUGHT his Goods when the market was at the lowest ebb, and he now offers The Cheapest Goods at Great Bargains, Besides giving presents. Come and convince yourselves. J7BLODSAY CO. MY settlement with the estate of It. M. Lindsay, deceased, rendered it necessary for me to dispose of the stock of goods carried under the tirm name of J. R. Lindsay A Co. An opportunity presented itself through an offer from Mr. J. R*. Ashe, and I made the disposal to him, and in transferring the stock I would solicit for him a continuance of the favors bestowed upon me by my friends and customers. As'for "myself upon the dissolution of the firm to of J. R. Lindsay A Co., my services were engaged by Mr. J. R. Ashe, and I will be pleased to wait upon the public in the sale of the stock as announced by him in another column. At the same time I would beg my friends, thanking them for their kindness to the firm of J. R. Lindsay Co., not to forget my claims for a portion of"their trade, as before many months I will again come before thein to solicit it. J. R. LINDSAY, Administrator, for the firm of J. R. LINDSAY <fc CO. May 15 -a. 20 It NOTICE OF REFERENCE. Sonth Carolina?York County. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. B. T. Wheeler, Plaintiff, against A. G. Floyd, as Administrator of Hugh Nichols, deceased, and others, Defendants?Complaint to Marshal Estate, <tc. NOTICE is hereby given to all and singular the creditors of HUGH NICHOLS, deceased, and other parties in interest that I will hold a Reference in the above entitled cause, at York Court House, on Thursday, May 22nd, 1884, for the establishment of claims against said deceased, and also for the hearing of the cause generally. All demands will be barred after that time. By order of the Court. A. G. BRICK, Special Referee. May 1 1H 4t REGISTRATION NOTICE. THE voters of York county are hereby notified that the books of the Supervisor of Registration for York county will be open in my office, in Yorkville, on the FIRST MONDAY of each month, until the first Monday of July, inclusive, when and where all duly qualified voters in thecounty who have not heretofore registered; those who have become of legal age as voters since the closing of the books after the last registration was made; those who have lost their original certificates, and those who have changed their places of residence since the last registration. can obtain CERTIFICATES OF REGIS^ TRATION by making proper application to me. W. H. MeCORKLE, Supervisor of Registration, York county. March 27 1;? lot T. M. DOBSON. i . . " ' IPffiToLD CHAP ALWAYS IN FRONT. ? 11^ELL' ^ Chap, T was around a good f J deal since last week, and they all know I 1 am a traveling man and expected to know every' thing, and more too ; and, old fellow, I think I will have to tax you up in the way of a commission for answering so many questions about that CUT you have had in your advertisement for the past two weeks, of your Model Waist Lining. Almost every lady I met wanted me to tell them something about the cost, and what it was, and how it fit, and all that sort of thing, like I knew anything about dress fitting and model waist lining ; but you-know we men who travel around, arenerallv have pretty good use of our tongues and a full supply of brass on band to 1 mould several candle stands. So I looked at the thing myself, and tried to study up on it a little, and get 'up some kind of a plausible answer for you, old fellow, but I tell you I made a complete 'failure, not knowing anything about Dresses and Dress Making, and, worst of all, being an old bachelor, could not tell them anything that would interest them, and what do you think I did ? Why I just thought of your first advertisement on- the subject and I procured a copv of your valuable town paper, and carried it along with me, so when they ask me about that Cut in the paper, I just pull out the ENQUIRER and tell them to read what the Old Chap had to say about it, "but I can tell you when I came across a party who could not read, thev got me. Just to think that I had to read that advertisement, well, I was never caught in just such a box. Well, Old Chap, if you do not quit getting up SO MANY NEW THINGS, And giving them to the ENQUIRER, for I tell you it goes to. almost every nook and corner in the county, if not bv subscription it does by being borrowed, I will be compelled to give up this county, for I cannot, will not and must not answer so many questions wlthont a little Cash. Well, Old (Jhap, what sav you, now muui <_-?ou, as you know it takes cast to get hash these days. No credit when you go to settle your bill." "Well, mv friend, I will see that you lose nothing, especially when talking about The Wonder of the Age, The Model Waist Lining, for when you get married I will send your wife a Lining as a Bridal Present." "The thunder you say ! If I have to wait that long, you and I may be in a land where we are not so well acquainted; but, be that as it may, Old Chap, vou nave got a good thing, and one that will win?one that will please the ladies, and anything that pleases them is sure to win. They say husbands please them best, but I do not believe it, for if that was the case I would have been WON long ago. Well, Old'Chap, TO BUSINESS 3TOW, For I have but a little while to stay. How was business last week ? Was it satisfactory or not ? I have heard a good deal about times being dull elsewhere." "Well, sir, I ought not to wish them better; but you know man Is hard to please. My trade has been fine, splendid indeed." "Well, 1 think it must be certainly, for nearly everywhere I go, I hear your store spoken of as selling so much, always busy, and Having ?nch Pretty Goods, and such cheap ones, too. It seems to me that every person in the land buys something there. Every person wants a chance at that nice buggy, especially when it costs them nothing. I tell you plainlv, you have the biggest boom ever gotten up in Yorkville, and all you will have to do is to KEEP TREATING YOUR CUSTOMERS With such nice Goods and good bargains. Everybody is talking about such quantities of Clothing that man DOBSON sells, and such pretty Shoes he keeps for men, and such nice fitting Shoes for Ladies?either Zeigler's or Oliver's?always on hand and at lowest prices. But, my friend' I believe Yonr Millinery is the Most Popnlar Establishment I have ever known in all my life. Only one song they sing, Mrs. DOBSON has the prettiest, nicest and cheapest Millinery in town, and she is so pleasant and accommodating about showing and pricing her goods to you. No matter whether you buy from her or not, you get just the same kindness shown, and from what I have heard, she must be selling nearly all the Millinery sold in Yorkville. In fact, sne needs ANOTHER MILLINER, For she has more trimming than one can do. All classes trade with her, ana an gee me same attention. Whenever ladies talk about getting Hats and Bonnets, they say, well, I will go and see Mrs. DOBSON before I buy. She can and will tell me all about them, even if my husband does not want me to buy there, and she is just getting as popular in her Dress-Making Business. It seems that nearly all the ladies who buy dresses there, the first thing they want is Mrs. DOBSON'S opinion about the Dress and how to trim and make it, which they always get cheerfully, no matter whether they buy or not. Frequently they would have saved money to have bought there. As to making, it can't be beat in tnis county. Her nice fits and good work are complimented wherever seen. She is turning out the NICEST FITS AND WORK EVER DONE In Yorkville. This, I believe, is about given up in this place, to be a stubborn fact, and the fits and work show for themselves. All Mrs. DOBSON asks is a trial to please the most fastidious. Her work room is full all the time, and the cry is still they come. Her dresses can be seen all over this county. And as for Millinery, she sends it South as far as Columbia, and North as far as Morganton, N. C., and in all the adjoining counties of York. This Is MTo Iille Talk. It is a fact that cannot be denied, and a fact that tells on her model Millinery and Dress-Making A if rmi rainnnt visit, the Akuv4 ** j vw ? ..... ? ? "Land of Flowers," yon can, by giving Mrs. DOBSON a call, get one of those pretty FLORIDA HATS, Which can bo bought only at her Store, which is becoming more popular* and better patronized dailv, and why? Because they get such nice work and pretty goods as cheap* as it is possible to atford. The Old Chap's Trade Has been steadily increasing for the past few years, until it has reached head and shoulders, and is still growing daily." "Well, Old Chap, you speak about your trade being so good, would you mind telling me how much you expect to sell this year." "Not at all, sir, not less than fifty thousand, and last month Isold at the rate of seventy-five thousand a year. But we have had such a grand run on thatpretty Clothing and Millinery was the cause of its reaching such a high figure." "They tell me you are actually selling a Towel that a man can dry his face on, for 5 cents." " Yes, sir, it is a* fact. Not many person believe it; but all they have to do is to walk in and call for one, and to their surprise obt it comes, away it goes, down comes the nickle and out goes the happy party." "Well, Old Chap, when does the time run out for CHANCES AT THE BUGGY ? I am often asked that question in my travels." "Not until August 20th. next, at 12 M., thon down she goes at one o'clock, and some man or woman, as the case may be, will ride home happier than they ever did before, and at the expense of the Old Chap, to boot, and which he will give cheerfully, and as free as the water runs, to the lucky number." "Well, Old Chap, I am very glad that you are doing so well, and selling so many goods, and as my time is up, with my compliments to the madante, I bid, you good afternoon." That man has been arouud and knows whereof he sneaks. The Old Chap will get my quarters the balance of my life, be it long or short, and the quarters many or few. The Old Chap says these bits of information Are Gratifying to Him, And he thinks ho can smile and smile again, and continue to smile until you hear his horn again, and with these few blasts he retires for the week endingSaturdav night. T. M. DOBSON, Leader in Millinery and Dress Making. TERRIBLE EXCITEMENT. ANOTHER ELEPHANT ON THE TOWN! A PERFECT PANIC IN PRICE81 MORE EXCITEMENT THAN THE CINCINNATI RIOT, AT .1. R. LINDSAY & CO.'S OLD STAND. The Mercantile World Thrown into a State or Excitement. John R. Ashe the Entire Canse of It! #10,000 WORTH OF DRY GOODS TO BE SOLD AT COST ! Under no Circnmfttances will any more be Asked. Must, will and Shall be sold in the Next 30 Days. J WOULD say to the buying community that I have bought the immeuse stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Notions and Hardware, lately belonging to Messrs J. R. LINDSAY & CO., and propose to sell in the next thirty days everything in the interior of that store at startlingly low prices. This is the time of year when $1 is worth 100 cents?there is nothing startling in this expression?but who, in this broad universe would not give fifty cents for a dollar in gold? Why, everybody who has the fifty cents, is the solution of this silly problem. Well, on the other hand, is it any more sensible to pay one dollar for goods that you can buy of me, during this great slaughter, for fifty cents? No, not in this selfish world: it is not business. Friendship never prompts it; religion seldom does. Now, I would say by way of explanation, t hat these goods are of fashionable styles and of the very best quality, and must, shall and will be sold at prices, never before heard of in Yorkville. So now with this golden opportunity, fellow-citizens, supply yourselves at once, with every thing you need, becauso it will pay you to do it; it is the best investment that you can make. You can make fifty per cent, when the "usury law" only allows you ten. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING!! I have about two hundred suits of clothing to be sold at COST, for cash, and at regular marked prices "on time." This Clothing is made by one of the best and largest clothing houses in America, and their goods are too well known on this market to necessitate comment from me. Remember that THIRTY DAYS is our "text" and you must come and make your selections before it is too late. SHOES THAT ARE NOBBY. My high top button boots, for ladies are just simply beautiful. I have only a few pairs of these, and any lady who wishes a bargain had better avail herself of the present slaughtering prices. Besides the "High Top" button boots, you will find an immense stock of ladies' fine shoes and slippers, at prices that will startle the Manufacturers. Our Gents' Shoes are all of good style and are to be sold at strictly cost without discrimination. SUMMER DRESS GOODS. Here you will find about ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND yards of dress goods of every description to be slaughtered at a sacrifice, and at prices that are bound to sweep our shelves in the NEXT THIRTY DAYS. Whole bolts of dress goods that have never been cut, must go too. Remember, ladies, that this opportunity may never present itself again ; and if you may not need them, you can make a good investment by I buvine and lavine them away, because in thir ty days I don't propose to have one yard of dress goods in the store. I am going to sell them, and you may guess what that means. Now, avail yourself of this opportunity, and go to J. R. LINDSAY & CO.'S old stand and let me astonish you with prices that will make you think you have been swindled in everything you have ever bought in the Dress Goods line. This is not idle, nor reckless blowing, but stern facts to be demonstrated by examples at this store. The reason why I propose to inuKe mis groin, siauguter, is, that I bought the stock at figures that cannot replace it, and I propose to give the public part of my speculation. The Manufacturers of these goods cannot and dare not compete with the prices at which I have marked this entire stock. I have retained theservices of Messrs. J. R. LINDSAY and JOHN M. RAWLINSON, who will take special pleasure in waiting on the buying community, and I too will give this store my special supervision for the next thirty days, during which time I will be glad to see my friends and give them prices. Now remember that THIRTY DAYS means THIRTY DAYS. Now, under the influence of low prices, together with good goods, I know that this great slaughter will demoralize my fellow competitors during this grand closing out sale, and will send a thrill of dismay throughout the whole community. But it cannot be helped, as my determination is to see how quickly I candis| pose of ten thousand dollars' worth of goods. OUR STOCK CONSISTS IN PART I Of Spring and Summer DreBs Goods, Parasols, j Laces, Embroideries, Hosiery, Table Linens, ' Napkins and Towels, Mulls, ifcc., and in fact everything to be found in a complete stock of ! Dry Goods. Remember that 30 (lavs will settle the business I and you had better buy while you have the opportunity. I am, very respectfully, JOHN R. ASHE. 1 All Goods will be delivered to purchasers 1 within the incorporate limits free of charge. W. C. LATIMER. MILLIWERT. Great Success in this Department. THK constantly growing competition in th: line of business has caused us to bostow ur usual care and attention in the selection of tfc goods in its line. The crowds of ladies thi visit our store daily and the largo quantity < fashionable trade that we sell, go to prove tht all our efforts to build up the millinery trade i Yorkville have not been in vain. Our stock i still complete and replenished almost every da^ with all the novelties just as they come out*. I>RESS MAKING. This branch of our business too has proven 5 oka A*<Ati'rlArl witK \?TAr grunu success. ??u v.../.. ....v.* ..v. from all parts of the county. All parties wan ing any real tine work done will find it to thei interest to call at our work room as we have decided advantage over all others in this bus ness. Wo will have this week a new Frenc system for cutting and fitting dresses?som< thing entirely new. Call and see our Eighi Hundred Bono French Corset?the best evt brought to this place. The only place that you can get McC'all's ceh brated glove fitting Patterns. WAMED. 20,000 bushels of Cotton Seed, for which we wi pay 15 cents cash, per bushel. W. C. LATIMER. JOHV R. 4S1IE. OJf H AXD. I HAVE a full supply of FERTILIZERS o hand, of my popular brands, both here an at McConnellsville, and can furnish all who ma be short on this article. . Just Received Here. 20 Tons Plow Brand, 10 Tons Ashe's Ammoniated Dissolved Bones. 20 Tons Ashepoo Acid. 20 Tons Kainit. AT ?c OMELL?TILLE. 20 Tons Plow Brand. 10 Tons Ashe's Ammoniated Dissolved Bones. 20 Tons Ashepoo Acid. 10 Tons Kainit. JOHN R. ASHE. PLANTATION NECESSITIES A FULL and complete stock always on han and at prices as cheap as the cheapest, hot for cash and on time. JOHN R. ASHE. POWDER. HAZARD Powder in Kegs, all sizes, and in pound Canisters. Blasting Powder an Dynamite Cartridges to Merchants at "VVholeshli as cheap as anywhere in America. JOHN R. ASHE. March 27 13 tf ' J. M. ADAMS. STOVES AND TINWARE. ICE-CREAM CHURNS, Preserving Kettles, CLASS FRUIT JARS, Stove Fixtures, STOVE Pans, Stove Blacking and Stove Pipi cheap for Cash. J. M. ADaMS. NEW GOODS. CANDY, Crackers, Candles, Soap, AxleGreas Blacking, Blueing, Corks, Clocks, Lookin Classes, Churns, Dippers, Envelopes, Gun Cap Ink, Jugs, Matches, Peas, Penholders, Pencil Writing Paper, Pipes, Spoons, Sieves, Stov Polish and Paper Twine. J. M. ADAMS. LAMPS! LAMPS!! LAMPS!!! JUST received, direct from the manufactory, large assortment of Lamps, the best an cheapest. J. M. ADAMS. G. H. O'LEARY. YOU WILL FINL AT O. H. O'Lieary's THE largest stock of FURNITURE, CAP PETS, STOVES, SADDLES, HARNESS fee., in town, at the lowest prices. Below find partial list of the goods we carry: A large stock of Bod-Room Suites. A large stock of Walnut and Poplar Bureaus. A large stock of Walnut and Poplar Wardrobe! A large stock of Walnut and Poplar Lounges. A large stock of Walnut Bedsteads. A nice line of Parlor Suites. A nice line of Sideboards and Safes. A nice line of Chairs, all grades. A nice line of Spring Beds and Springs. Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings. Chromo Picture Frames. Common Beds, from ?2.00 to ?5.00. Brussels and Ingrain Carpets. Hemp and Cotton Carpets. A new stock of Cane Mattings, cheap. Velvet and Brussels Rugs. Rubber, Cocoa and Oil-Cloth Door Mats. 0 different patterns of Cooking Stoves. A splendid"stock of Saddles, all grades. A splendid stock of Carriage, Buggy, and Wago Harness. An extra largo stock of Collars. An extra large stock of Haines, Chains, Bridlei Back-Bands, Ac. Lastly, we know our facilities for handling th above goods are superior to others, and tho? who want to save the dollars cannot fail to do if they examine goods and prices. ?. H. O'LEARY. T. S. JEFFEBYS. 1871.^0 1884 THE Navassa Fertilizers advertised last wee have all been sold, and it now remains t | come forward and close by notes. In order t j give all an opportunity who may desire to pay i I V. OIIOI1, 1 Win Keep upon Wlj lopuik luv, ??v May, after that time all accounts not closed b notes, payment will be required in money i the fall. * I am receiving a full supply of Machinery a my show room, on Liberty street, nearly i j front of the Court House. Consisting of Canto ! Reapers, Buckeye Table Rakes, and one Twin i Binder. This Binder is arranged with Truo! | so it can be moved from field to field and handle ! on the road without taking the Binder apart. Cal and see and get an illustrated catalogue. T. S. JEFFERYS. COTTON EXCHANGE. Yorkvillk, S. C. May 5th, 1884. THERE will be sold BY AUCTION, in thi town on THURSDAY, the 15TH OF MAK 350 or 400 bales of COOT) COTTON. The COTTON MERCHANTS and COTTOl MANUFACTURES of this State and Nort Carolina, are invited to be present on that occn i sion, so interesting to all the parties eoncernei ,?#" Sale to take place at 2 o'clock, P. M. AGRICOL.E. 1 May 8 1!) 2t HUNTER & OATES. The Prettiest and Cheapest Stock i OF J in a SPRING- GOODS it >f it n Can be found at the \ is " 7, v MAMMOTH, a ? TfcO not accept our statement, but come and see ]! * I F for yourself, and be convinced, as many r others have already been. Yes, it has been ac- . ir knowledged by all that we undoubtedly have the ft ,a prettiest goods and our prices are the lowest. ' h E \'r 33i*e^^ Goods. ? The largest and prettiest assortment in town and much cheaper. Black Silks at all prices; S Summer Silks, nil colors; Satin and Brocade u Silks, for dresses and trimmings; Brocade Silks at 50 cents per yard that cannot be duplicated. V 11 Figured and plain Linens, Zephyr, Ginghams, h | colors warranted; Plaid Ginghams, figured p Lawns and Calicoes at 5 cents. The largest assortment of , J! WHITE GOODS si We have ever shown.. White Lawns from 10 to 50 cents per yard. A full line of the prettiest naftAma nf F.inhrntrtaripa to he found anvwhore. n ?he best 4-4 Bleached Goods in town, at 7 cents d per yard. ft y We have made rather a specialty of Parasols G and ladles' and gents' Sun Umbrellas. Have S sold many, and ordered a new supply, and re- a quest all who have not supplied themselves to B see them. & Onr Millinery is Fine it ai and stylish, and the country is full of pretty ai Hats from the Mammoth. Calls are being made n daily and new supplies received. Various styles in Miles' Low-Cut Shoes for J] Gents, and a full line of Ladies', Children's and Misses' Shoes, of all styles and qualities. y w CLOTHING. I ci ai ~ Q We have an elegant line of Gents' nobby Sack (1 Suits, in plain and fancy Corkscrews and Cassih meres, Walking 4 buttoned Cutaway Suits, in plain and fancy Corkscrews and Cassimeres. Also, Boys' ana old Men's Suits, in various ni TM* no n rvr\nrlu orn rrf\t tnn nn in tV? O VPfV ^ ? x iicoo twwuo "< V gvv?v>* *'f ** * wv 1, best styles and cannot be equalled in fit and j finish. * P d F 3 k Gents' Straw Hats 0 In various shapes. Also Men's Sun Hats, gotten A up for protection and comfort. Wool Hats in a Z great variety. A handsome display of n F TABLE DAMASK, 1 7 C P White and colored Linen Table Cloths and Doileys to match. Cretonne and Lace Curtains, Lace Bed Spreads and Pillow Shams, Cain Matting and Oil Mats, cheap. Ladies' Gloves and Hosiery in great variety. Also Ladies' Linen A Ulsters. v It Call at the Mammoth, ~ We have everything you can want. ? HUNTER ct OATES. WITHERS ADICKES. PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE. 1 k S 0 1*1 ' ClPRING is the time to vary your diet. A few _ O dimes invested with us in B ^ WSdI. Pin 1 ti ft riuiiOj ?i ion. uiv., 8, ? re Mav savesickness and a doctor's bill. j< 5 A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE. b m n Our stock is full and prices lower than usual. ^ a * FERTILIZERS. > We want your notes for the same. Should be J' closed by May 1. Few tons of E Prepared Chemicals Left. j > J They are good and cheap. p a 8 WITHERS ADICKES. NEW HARDWARE! 1 3* RAIN Cradles, Grass Scythes, Wash Pots, * "JT Kettles, Ovens, etc. Traps for Mice, Rats, I Flies, Minks, etc. Chains for Wells, Cattle, etc. Hinges, Locks, Nails, Screws, Files, Saws, Am munition, Planes, Sheep-Shears, Cutlery of all sorts, Hoes, Rakes, Curry Combs, etc. S( A GOOD CORN SHELLER. fi Wo have bought the County Right for the *[ "Eclipse." Come and see it. We navealmost everything in Crockery, Glass- ' ware, Woodenware and Tinware, at guaranteed 0. prices. WITHERS ADICKES. ? PARISMlcKNIGHT & CO. a n ' SILK PARASOLS. 3? el ci !e weHi I am t()M ^at Parish, Mc- cl :? vv Knight <fe Co., havesome nice Silk Parasols 0 at 82.2.5 apiece. How can they sell them at these prices, when other people self them at from four to six dollars ? Well I cannot say, but tboy sen - everything a little cheaper than I can buy at any ?u place else, and I tell you their Dress Goods are 25 Per Cent. Cheaper than any one else in town, and Hats and Clothing, other people cannot hold a light to C them, in fact, they make it a point 18 , TO SELL, EVERYTHING For less than other people. They sell the genuine ? Diamond Dress Shirt for ninety cents each. I cannot say how they do this, but they do it. o Beautiful Lace, Piques, o n h Summer Dress Muslins, Nainsooks, Barrod y Muslin of all descriptions, cheaper than the n cheapest. Very respectfully, parish, Mcknight a co. it J DENTAL SURGERY. e k Drw. Walker A L'artwright, [I DENTAL SURGEONS, ^ OFFICE one door South of Riddle <fcFegram's store. Having nttea up ? ^"A-LLJ-r an 0j^(.ei wjtb aji conveniences and latest Improved Instruments and appliances In the profession, we respectfully tender our services to the public. Ladies waited on at their 8 residences in town, and calls from any part of ', the country promptly answered. Teeth painlessly extracted by the use of nitrous oxyde gas. ^ Full sets of teeth, 820; upper or lower plates h 810; ordinary gold tilling, 91.50 ; amalgam, 81.00; i- and other fees proportionately low. All our 1. work guaranteed to give satisfaction. W. M. WALKER, A. Y. CARTWRItiHT. March 0 40 3m H. F. ADICKES. j Our Stock is Full Up [N all Departments with new Spring and Summer Goods. We are showing a very large nd well assorted stoek of DRESS GOODS >f every kind at unprecedentedly low prices. ill-Wool Cashmeres at 30 cents per yard. Double ddth all-wool Buntings. Nun's Veilings. Nice wool tilling Cashmeres, black and colors, 115 cents per yard. An unusually large stock of ffuslins and White Goods, .t very low prices. Several styles of White guilts at much less than last season's prices. A reat variety of Towels, Crash, Table Linens, oylies, Bed Ticks, Ginghams, Dress and Apron linens, Children's and Misses Stockings, and an ncuess variety 01 jjauiea >\uuu ami ruiwicu [ose. All kinds of GLOVES AND HANDKERCHIEFS, ilk, Cotton and Linen. A large lot of nice figred Muslins and Calicoes at 5 cents per yard. Special Drives in Ladies' and Misses' Parasols, i^e have a lot of Parasols bought at less than alf cost of production, and are selling them at roportionately low prices. >ress Buttons in Great Variety, .nd a stock of Pearl Dross Buttons, in many lapes and qualities, at less than value. A large :ock of Gents' fine and low-priced CLOTHING, STRAW AND FUR HATS, >r men and boys cheaper than ever before, ents' Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Drawers, Underhirts, White Vests, Cravats, Bows and Ties, and beautiful stock of the newest Novelties in Cuff uttons, Shirt Studs, Collar .buttons, scari-nns, ;c., ?fec. Our Stock of Ladies' Goods 3 far ahead of any that we have ever shown, ad we are confident that yon will save money ad time when looking around by calling at our ew [ILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS STORE, ^here can be found almost anything that a lady ants in the line of Hats, Bonnets, Trimmings f all kinds, White Goods, Laces, Embroidery, hite and colored ; Zephyrs, Yarns, Flosses, ilk and cotton; Canvas of every kind, Mareme Cord, Gloves, Ruftliugs, Ladies' Shawls, nd extra inducements in Ladies' Underwear, orsets, Linen Ulsters, Parasols and Pans, oilet Powders and Soaps, Veilings, L,inen Colirs and a very superior stock of Lace Neckwear. .11 kinds of Hair (foods, Hair Nets, Hoop Skirts, iustles, Hand-Bags, Fancy Baskets, Applique 'igures, Chenille, and an endless stock or Ynneo Notions and Small Wares. mr Popular Milliner and Miss Bludworth .re in charge of this stock and are well posted in 11 the information that ladies from the country lay desire. We have a most superior stock of 'irie Shoes at popular prices, ana a very unusully large stock of fine Shoes and Slippers for hildren of every age. Our stock of Stationery i attractive and cheap. Just received a lot of roquet Sets, 8 balls and 8 mallets, at very low rices, a mosi supern siock 01 nne IMPORTED DRESS GINGHAMS, .nd white and black Linen Lawns. We ask the idies to examine our stock of Jaconet, Swiss and Lawn Embroideries. We will save them monev. PI. F. ADICKES. L. LOWRY SMITH. Fancy anil Staple Groceries. [WOULD ask the public to inspect my stock of Goods before purchasing elsewhere. I will eep always on hand, a nicely selected stock of taple and Fancy Groceries, and will always be eacly to meet any competition. CANNED GOODS, CANNED GOODS. ill goods in this line I warrant as Fresh and tandard. Tomatoes, 2 and :i pound Cans ; Oysjrs, Salmon, Sardines, Lobsters, Lima Beans, tring Beans, and Peaches. HAMS, HAMS, HAMS. Canvased Breakfast Strips, fresh and juicy, ist the thing for a nice breakfast diet. Lard. ILUUK, M.UUH. In standard country grades, and also that celerated brand of Fancy Family New Process, buy one but the Luxury. Worcester Sauce, genuine English brand, sold y the pint or quart, to suit purchasers. Try it nd you will like it. FLOW STOCKS, PLOW STOCKS. landled Hoes. Horse and Mule Shoes and Nails, Tails and Brads. Don't forget, when you come to town, to try istone plug of myN. D. Sullivan's CHEWING TOBACCO, lest in town, and you will be convinced the linute you trv it. N. D. S. best Free and Easy. '. C. D., and C. & D. Smoking Tobacco. PICKLES, PICKLES, Tice and tresh, in bottles, or out of the keg. 'epper, Spice, Genuine Dishwell Mustard, Giner, genuine East India Ceylon Preserves. TIN, TIN, TIN, n all lines. Coffee Pots, Deep Pans, and everyling useful to the housewife. Come and try my atent Glass Tin-Covered Kerosine Oil t'ans. laraware, orain urauies, anu riuws, IGARS, CIGARS, CIGARS, CIGARS, "Where there is so much smoke there must be ime fire." Just listen to the talk about my long ller Havana Cigar, the Excelsior, G for 25 cents, ust smoke one and you will say it deserves the raise it gets, solid value. No fancy advertiselent in them. Try my Sunshine brand, 8 for 25 ants, as good as you will get elsewhere at 6 for 5 cents. My Tufie Rose are also good at f> for j cents. SODA BISCUITS. .nd a general line of fancy and sweet Crackers, andy, Raisins, Citron, Gelatine. SUGAR, SUGAR. The Cuban agitation has not, as yet, had any Elect on the sugar market; but you had better ill and get you a supply while it is so very leap. Granulated, Extra 0, Soft C, and Yellow oflee, always on hand, nice and fresh. COFFEE, COFFEE. Good standard goods in this line, in parched rid unparched. Now Orleans Molasses and Syrups of all grades. WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE. Churns, Buckets, Tubs, Trays, Sieves. OAT MEAL, OAT MEAL. Eat it, and laugh and grow fat and be happy, all and give me a trial. I will guarantee sa'tfaction in everv respect. L. LOWRY SMITH. ^MITHfirCOLCOCKT^ ASTHE ~ Guano Season is Over, We would ask that LL PARTIES OWING US FOR SAME, i Will please Call and Settle by Note. SMITH A COLCOCK. LATTA BROTHERS TRIUMPH REAPERS! ~~ WE call the attention of farmers to the TRIUMPH REAPER, No. 2, which is one oi the best Machines offered on the market. It is perfectly under the control of the driver from nis seat* as to height of stubble, reaching lodged or short grain, passing over obstructions, regulating the size of the gavel or suspending the rakes at any point and for any desired time. To show the appreciation of those who have used this Machine we give their testimonials below: Yorkville.S. C., Nov. 10th, 1883. Latta Bros., Gents: After a careful and thorough examination of all the Machines offered for sale here, I concluded to buy a Triumph No. 2, which gave perfect satisfaction, it being the simplest in construction, and at the same time the most durable of any I have seen. T. L. Carroll. Clovkr, S. C., Nov. 12th, 1883. Latta Bros., Gents : I was very much pleased with the Triumph No. 2, bought of you last sea son. My son, If} years old, narvesiea my enure crop with it, and without the least trouble. Cutting in some very rough and hilly ground. Mrs. P. L. Jackson. Bethany, York Co., Nov. 10th, 1883. Latta Bros., Gents: I have been farming over 40 years, and the harvest of last season was less trouble and more satisfactory than on any previous year, owing to the use of the Triumph No. 2, which gave perfect satisfaction. Wm. Oates. Yorkvili.e S. C., Nov. 10,1883. Latta Bros., Gents : I was very much pleased with the Triumph No. 2, bought last season and found it in every respect as recommended. J. 0. Walker. After the above there is nothing more for us to say, except that we guarantee every Machine, and alwavs have extra pieces on hand. LATTA BROTHERS. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL. YORK DRUG STORE POT-l'Ol'RRI. Wheatine is a preparation which possesses in concentrated form, the valuable properties of wheat (Triticum Vulgaris) and is specially recommended in Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Palpitation and low debilitated conditions of the sys tern. We have about 100 ounces of Quinine, which we are ottering at 82.00 an ounce inounce bottles. Special low ttgures for 5 and 10 ounce cans. Nice people are they that live in the Guthriesville and McConnellsville section of the county, and as a rule they have good residences, but most of them lack one thing?(we mean the houses, not the people)?paint. We do not hesitate to say that the best brand, quality, or grade of Chewing Tobacco for 50 cents a pound, in this or any other town is the Piedmont Beauty, sold and controlled at the York Drug Store. Wanted about 5,000 empty glass bottles, quarts and pints. They must be perfectly clean. Fair prices in cash will be paid. We have in stock about 100 gallons of Wodsworth, Martinez and Longman's Prepared Paint. This paint is composed of pure White Lead, Oxide of Zinc and Linseed Oil. After handling these goods for more than 10 years and knowing something of the chemistry of Paints, we are of opinion that this formula contains ail the elements necessary to make the most durable Paint. Every gallon warranted. We have also in stock near a ton of John T. Lewis' pure White Lead, and moreover a large supply of Linseed Oil. Parties desiring to paint will please write or call for prices. "Every lady in the land" who is a housekeeper, should use Price's Cream Baking Powder. An article free from adulterations of all kinds. Sold only at the York Drug Store. Try a sample bottle of Chase's Extracts for the Handkerchief. Flower odors, made from best French Pomades, sold at the York Drug Store. JOHN It. A8HK. W. N. ASHK, Jit. ASHE ?& ASHE, McConnellsville, S. C. DRY GOODS FOR LADIES. NOW for Dry Goods. What do you want in this line? Do you want Lawns, Calicoes, Piques, Worsted, Alpaca or Cashmere for Dresses? We have some nice Hose, both white and colored. We have some nice Lace and Embroiderv. If you want any of the above goods, go to A&HES' and vou will get them, and many more not mentioned here. The next is DRY GOOD!!) FOR GEYTLEMEX. Go to ASHES'and seethe latest styles of Clothing, in cut and colors. They have aVell selected stock this season. If you want a nice Suit that is the place to buy it. Be sure you look before you buy elsewhere. No charge for showing goods. If you want a nice pair of Shoes, a good Hat or a pair of fine Boots, go to ASHE'S. All we ask is a trial, and then we will convince you that what we say is so. The next thing is GROCERIES. Well, all that we can say for Groceries is, that we have a full supply of standard goods, consisting of Bacon, Lard, Flour, Molasses, Salt, Sugar. Coffee and Rice, and a full supply of Canned Goods, and in fact, everything to Tie found in a tirst-class Store. Also a full stock of Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff. The last thing on record is DRUGS. If you need any Drugs, go to ASHE'S, and you can get them cheap. They keep Quinine, Castor Oil, Sweet Oil, Turpentine, Liver Pills, and other Drugs that we have not space to mention. ASHE ?fc ASHE. May 8 11 8m T. B. ieCLAO & CO. Beautiful Spring and Summer Hats, FOR Children, Misses and Ladies. All nicely trimmed, can be found at T. B. McCLAIN A GO'S., but the most important fact is they can be bought for less money than anywhere else in Yorkville. Come and see them, it is no trouble to show them, whether you buy or not, and see if you can't save money'on them. OUR CLOTHING We still offer at cost, of which we have a nice line for Winter, Springand Summer. Come and learn prices before buving. Our stock of men's and Boy's WOOL, FtJR AND STRAW HATS is still large and well assorted, and the prices are bound to please. All sizes of Yarn and a large lot of Cottonades, Jeans, Ac., at bottom prices. Our stock of ( ROCKERY AND GLASSWARE We are sellingat and below cost. We have a nice lot of Semi-Porcelain Ware that you can get a bargain in. A set of Plates that sold for 82.00 we are ottering at $1.23. We can sell you a nice Lamp, all complete, for 20 cents, and a nice setof Goblets for 30 cents. Also, a nice set ol Glassware, consisting of ten pieces, for $1.25. We also keep a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Tinware, Woodenware, Hollowware, Hardware, Farming Implements, Ac., at prices as low as anybody. Remember the place: the store room formerly occupied bv Messrs. Hunter A Oates, on Main street. * T. B. McCLAIN A CO. HERN DON BROS. tropic stove. DON'T burn your face and hands any longer. Go to Heriidon Bros, and get a number 7 Tropic Stove. The Tropic has longer flues, giving it a better draft, larger oven and weighs more than any other stove on the market. Compare the size of the bottom oven plate and the weight of the Tropic, together with the price, with that of any other stove and vou will hnd it cheaper and far more durable. \Vhen efficiency, durability and capacity are considered, the Tropic Cook Stove is the* cheapest on the market. We have them. HERXDOX BROS. Agents. wanted. PT/A/A CORDS of sound bark, any kind of OLJvr ?ilk except post oak. HERXDOX BROS. kaTnit. PLEXTY of Kainit at HERXDOX BROS. SHERIFF'S SALES. BY virtue of writs of fieri facias to me directed, will be sold between the legal hours of Sheriffs sale, on THE FIRST MONDAY IX JUNE NEXT, nt Vrt^b- f'nupt iTmiyp flip fnllnwinir nronertv to wit: Defendant's interest in remainder after the death of Samuel Lowrv, in two tracts of land situate near Philadelphia Church, four miles South of Yorkville. Tract No. 1, bounded by lands of John McFadden, "McElhanev lands," Robert E. Guthrie and others, containing 112 acres, more or less. Tract No. 2, known as the "William Ratchford tract," containing 50}acres, more or less. Levied on as the property of Polly L. Tim me, at the suit of W. C. Latimer and others. [$3.85 R. H. GLENN, S. Y.C, May 8 If) 4t JAMKS F. 1IART. GEO. W. S. HART. HART A HART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Yorkville, S. C. Gt EO. W. S. HART, Notary Public, and Com1" missioner of Deeds for Arkansas, North Carolina and Texas. April 24 27 tf