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For County Treasurer. To the Democratic Voters of York county: The undersigned would respectfully ask for a recommendation for re-appointment to the Office of TREASURER OF YORK COUNTY, by your votes at the primary election. Having filled the office, my qualifications are known. H. A'. D. NEEDY. Yorkville, S. C., July 5th, 1884. 28 tf For Sheriff*. We are authorized to announce ROBERT H. CLENN as a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of York county, subject to the will of the Democratic voters as may be expressed through the primary election. July 24 30 tf The undersigned respectfully announce WILLIAM D. JOHNSTON as a candidate for the nomination for SHERIFF of York county, subject to the result of the Democratic primary election. Many Friends. - - A X* J uly 17 zv w For Auditor. ? We are authorized to announce T. C. DUNLA P as a candidate for nomination for COUNTY AUDITOR, subject to the result of the Democratic primary election. July 24 30 tf We are authorized to announce W. B. WILLIAMS as a candidate before the primary election for re-election to the office of AUDITOR of York county?subject to the decision of the said primary election. July 17 29 tf For Probate Judge. H. W. HOPE places himself in the hands of his friends as a candidate for nomination to the office of JUDGE OF PROBATE, subject to the result of the approaching primary election. July 17 29 * tf We are authorized to announce J. BEATTY WILLIAMS for the office of PROBATE JUDGE, subject to the action of the approaching primary election. Mr. Williams is the incumbent, having held the same for the last year. July 10 28 tf For Clerk of Court. JOS. F. WALLACE respectfully announces himself as a candidate for re-election to the office of CLERK OF THE COURT for York county, subject to the action of the Democratic voters at the primary election. July 10 28 te His friends announce, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Clerk of the Court of York county, Capt. J. ROBERT LINDSAY?a man qualified in every respect to discharge the duties of the office. July 3 27 U For School Commissioner. The friends of Rev. D. HARRISON present his name as a suitable candidate for SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, subject to the rules and regulations of the Democratic party. Many Voters. July 3 27 tf Bullock's Creek township?the banner town* ship for big clubs, and noted for its modasty in laying claim to any of the county offices?now ventures to present the name of S. L. DAVIDSON, Esq., for nomination for COUNTY SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, subject to the action of the Democratic party in the primary election. ' Many Friends. July 10 28 tf The friends of education in York county, fully recognizing and appreciating the eminent services of Rev. R. LATHAN, as County School Commissioner during the four terms that he has so satisfactorily discharged the duties of that important office, respectfully present his name for re-election, subject to the will of the Democratic party, as may be expressed through the primary election. June 26 26 tf For the Senate. vita n.a nnnnnnos Dr. JOHN Gr. I BLACK as a candidate for STATE SENATOR, subject to the decision of the Democratic voters of York county, as may be expressed through the primary election. July 24 * 30 tf We are authorized to announce C. E. SPEN<CER, Esq., as a candidate for STATE SENATOR, subject to the action of the Democratic partv of York county at the primary election. * July 10 28 tf We are authorized to announce General E. M. LAW as a candidate for STATE SENATOR, subject to the action of the Democratic party of York county, at the primary election. , July 3 * 27* tf k We are authorized to announce J. M. ADAMS as a candidate for the Senate from York county, subject to the result of the next primary election. June 26 The friends of Maj. JAMES F. HART announce him as a candidate before the Democratic primary election for the nomination as STATE SENATOR from York county. They offer his name on the sound Democratic principle that a public servant who has faithfully and efficiently discharged his duties should be re-elected, especially where the incumbent has held the position for a single term or less. July 10 28 tf For County Commissioner. We are authorized to announce S. A. McELWEE as a candidate for nomination for COUNTY COMMISSIONER, subject to the result of the Democratic primary election. July 24 * 30 tf We are authorized to announce R. T. RIGGINS as a candidate for re-election to the office of COUNTY COMMISSIONER of York county, subject to the decision of the Democratic voters of the county, as may be expressed through the primary election. July 24 30 tf The friends of J. LEANDER ADAMS respectfully announce him as a candidate for nomination for COUNTY COMMISSIONER, subject to it he result of the Democratic primary election. Bethel. July 17 20 tf To the Democratic Voters of York County Tho name of Dr. JAMES B. ALLISON is re spectfully presented before the primary election I for nomination as one of the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS of York: First, upon the general ground of his well-known qualifications for the responsible position ; secondly, without intending any reflection upon the other worthy members of the board, his familiarity with all the clerical and routine duties of the Commissioners' office; his competency for discharging the same, and the affable disposition and accommodating manner in which he meets all persons in the transaction of public business; and lastly, ho is resident at the Court House, and past experience has proven that the convenience thus derived by persons in the country, or others having occasion to consult the County Commissioners' office at times when the Board is not in session, is incalculable, while it is also recognized that the small compensation of the office would not justify a man elected from the country in making his residence in town simply for the convenience of Country Voters. July 17 29 tf KING'S MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL, King's Mountain, N. C. NEXT Session opens AUGUST 26TH, 1884. Number of pupils last last session 107?from six States and from over 00 different counties in North and South Carolina. Department of practical Chemistry and Mineralogy added. Business College attached. Mountain scenery, climate and water unsurpassed. Strictly male?with military feature. Send for catalogue. 3200 per year will cover all expenses, including two suits uniform. W. T. II. BELL, A. M., Principal. July 24 30 4t TOZEIt ENGINES. THE undersigned would respectfully announce that he is the duly appointed'agent in York county, for the sale of the celebrated TOZEIt ENGINES, manufactured by TozerA Dial, of Columbia, and that he will be pleased to hear from parties contemplating the purchaseof either stationary or portable ENGINES of any desired capacity. Being a practical machinist, I feel confident that aside from the superior quality of the Engines here offered, I can also make it to the interest of parties to consult me before buyw EDWAKI) THOMAS. July 24 30 tf EXAMINATION FOR THE PUBLIC ! SCHOOLS. ALL persons desiring to apply for a TEACHER'S CERTIFICATE, or for a renewal of the samo, may present themselves for examination at the Court House in Yorkville, on TUESDAY, THE 28TII OF JULY, instant, at 10 o'clock, A. M. By order of the Board of Examiners. R. LATHAN, S. C. Y. C. July 24 30 It EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. THE members ot the Executive Committee of York county, are urged to attend a meeting of the said Committee, in the Court House, at Yorkville, S. C., on MONDAY, THE 28TH OF JULY, 1884, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Business of importance will be transacted. R. H. GLENN, Chairman. Wm. B. McCaw, Secretary. Yorkville, S. C., July 17, 1884. 29 2t STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Arv<wb WHEREAS WM. E. CAMPBELL has applied to me for Letters of Administration, on all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of REUBEN DULIN, late of the county aforesaid, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said deceased, to be and appear before me, at our next Probate Court for the said county, to be holden at York Court House, on the 9TH DAY OF AUGUST, A. D., 1884, at 11 o'clock, A. M., to shew cause, if any, why the said Administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal, this 21st day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four, and in the 109th year of American Independence. J. BEATTY WILLIAMS, Judge of Probate. July 24 30 2t s T. B. MeCLAra & CO. WE STILL HAYE A FEW MISSES' and Ladies' Trimmed Hats which we will sell at cost to close out. All new and of the latest styles. Our Stock of Summer Clothing Is growing less every day, but still we have some nice Suits at New York cost. Our Diamond Shirts are going very fast. Come and get one. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY, And get a Shirt that is worth wearing, A few Straw Hats for gentlemen at 50 cents on the dollar. Also a large lot of Wool and Fur Hats at Cost. We can supply you with Fancy Groceries for less money than any house in town. All kinds of heavy Groceries at bottom prices. A beautiful line of Crockery and Glass Ware at less than cost. DON'T BELIEVE EVERYTHING You hear, but come, see and be convinced. Remember theplaee, the room formerly occupied by Messrs. Hunter & Oates, on Main street. T. B. McCLAIN & CO. DALUnHJljL ? UJLUL&Vi*. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR prices on Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes and Snulf. FRUIT JARS. Mason's Fruit Jars, Canned Goods of all kinds, Tinware of all grades and kinds. Wooden Ware, Churns, Buckets and Tubs. Baking PowdersRoyal and Patapsco. Matches, Starch, Blueing, Soaps, Kerosine, Ginger, Black Pepper, Spice, etc., etc. CIDER, CIDER. The best in town for five cents a glass. Call and try a glass. CALDWELL & DICKSON. HERN DON BROS." OIL, OIL. WE liavo a good article of Machine Oil for Engines and Threshers. HERNDON BROS. BELTING. XXITE always have a stock of 2, 3, 5 and 6-inch, ff 3-plv Rubber Belting. We have a small lot of 4-inch Belting. HERNDON BROTHERS. WHANG LEATHER IjlOR sewing belts and Copper Rivets to rivet 1 the belts, when needed. HERNDON BROTHERS. ~ WANTED. r/AiA CORDS of sound bark, any kind of OvJU oak except post oak. HERNDON BROTHERS. | MAY Ac MAY, DRUGGISTS. Ok CHILLARINE, CHILLIItlNE. A POSITIVE Guarantee of ?5.00, where onlv one dollar is paid out, for any case of Chilfs that Chillarine will not cure, if taken strictly as directed. Try it, you have all on your side. No cure, no pay, at * MAY <fc MAY'S. The genuine Simmon's Liver Medicine, onlv at MAY <fc MAY'S. Quinine, Quinine, at MAY <fc MAY'S. "M. M. M." only one bottle will cure any case nf lone standing Ghonorrhce or Gleet, warranted. | MAY & MAY. I Honey of Tar, Honey of Tar, the best known i cure for coughs, colds and consumption. Testimonials, the very best, given to anv one calling at MAY <fc MAY'S. Patent Medicines of all kinds, and Proprieta| ry Medicines of best quality. Perfumes and Extracts from Imperial Perfume Company needs I no recommendation, only try it, as others have ' done and you will be pleased. Soaps, Cosmetics, j always kept at MAY & MAY'S. Wizard Oil still in the ring at 31.00 a bottle. MAY & MAY. M. STRAUSS. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT M. STRAUSS OFFERS Ins Goods at Very Low Price* for C'unIi. Also, that he can supply families with Milk, Butter Milk and Butter. HINTERSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Vfok THE SIXTH SCHOLASTIC YEAR rnrF" a,u* ^eventh Session of this reliable ! and excellent School will opon on the 3RD MONDAY OF SEPTEMBER, &Sr next, being the loth day of the month. The following are some of its advantages: 1st. High and healthy location. 2nd. Daily mails, being directly on the A., T, & O. Railroad. 3rd. No temptations to vice or idleness. Whisky not allowed to be sold within 3 miles of the town. 4th. Thoroughly competent and wide awake teachers. 5th. Constant care and vlgllanco over every pupil. 6th. Thoroughly organized ana wen equipped musical department, in charge of one of the best teachers of the State. 7th. Improved methods of teaching. 8th. Thoroughness. Pupils prepared for the Junior or Senior class of any College. 9th. Cheapness. The cheapest to be found anywhere of its grade. 10th. Satisfaction in amount and quality of work guaranteed. Rev. W. W. ORR, A. Mm ) Prin(.iDala Prof. J. C. CORK, A. B.,J Fnncipals. Apply to Key. W. W. ORR, at Huntersville, X. C.. for Catalogue. July 17 29 lOt :: ? I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. A LL persons indebted to the estate of JOHN J\. FERGUSON", deceased, are hereby notified to make payment to the undersigned, without delay. Persons having claims against the said estate, arc requested to present them, proporly au? ' thentioated, within the time prescribed by law. J. M. TIIOMASSON, Administrator, j July 17 29 St* i:\KC l TOKS' NOTICE. A LL persons having claims against the estate J\. ?f THUS. I). SPRATT, deceased,are hereby j i notified to present thosame at once, properly at- | tested. Those indebted will make immediate payment. J. M, SPRATT, ) Fv ecu tors ! TUCKS. C. SPRATT, ) ,'x(,RUtorHJuly 10 28 3t* I W. C. LATIMER. Slimmer Clearing Out Sale IN N EVERY DEPARTMENT. BLACK Dress Silks, colored Dress Silks, Domestic and Imported Dress Goods, French, Scotch and Ainericau Ginghams. Millinery of all Kinds. Corsets, Gloves, Laces, Collars, Ladies' Underwear. Embroideries. Table Damask, Lace Cur tains, Towels, Oil Cloth Mattings. All at prices that cannot be competed with. I am off ering some SPECIAL BARGAINS In Men's and Boys' Clothing. These goods are all new and fresh and can be bought at about NewYork Cost. W. C. LATIMER. J. M. ADAMS. FOR THIRTY DAYS. TWILL sell niy goods at a sacrifice, in order to reduce mv stock, which is too large for the season. I make this offer that all may come and get bargains. Call early, as I do not intend to replace the bargains I now offer. J. M. ADAMS. TURNIP SEED FREE to all my customers. J_- M. ADAMS. WANTED. BEESWAX, Rags and Tallow wanted by J. M. ADAMS. WHEELER AND WILSON^SEWING MACHINE. I HAVE one Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine that I will sell very cheap for the money. J. M. ADAMS. KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON. GOODS Iff STOCK. Gent's Straw Hats, Gent's Low Quartered Shoes, Gent's Fancy Neck Ties, Gent's Gloves of assorted kinds and prices, Gent's Shirts, Laundried and Unlaundried, Gent's Fancy Half-hosoand Country .Socks, Ladies' Hats, Artificial Flowers, Plumes, etc., very low. Ladies' Gloves, Black Silk, Fancy Silk and Lisle Thread. Ladies' and Misses' Hose. Pique, Lawns, Calicoes, White Dress Patterns, Laces, Remnant Laces at 10 cents per Bunch. Ladies' Linen Collars, plain, fancy and mourning. Double-Foot Plow Stocks. Riding Cultivator, Grass Blades, Brier Blades, Snaths, Hoes, Pocket Knives, Squares, Hammora Sow# ptp Fruit .Tnrs. VI v Fans ordered. AMERICAN No. 7. For simplicity of all mechanical parts; for capacity of room under the arm, the arrangement to regulate the stitch, the needle is selfsetting, self threading shuttle, and many other improvements. The American No. 7 leads and cannot be beat. ,??TThe Supplement to Maury's Manual of Geography is here and teachers who are entitled to the same will please call and get them. KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON. EATTA BROTHERS OUR STOCK C10NTINUES full, and wo are prepared to furJ nish the trade with Any Goods in Our Line. We call special attention to our stock of NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES, B As wo can supply every grade desired. Also, Hams, Bacon, Lard, Mackerel, Salt, Corn, Flour, Wood, Willow and Hardware. All grades of TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARETTES. LATTA BROTHERS. G. II. O'LEARY. YOU WILL FIND AT ?*. H. O'lieary's THE largest stock of FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES, SADDLES, HARNESS, \ Ac., in town, at the lowest prices. Below find a partial list of the goods we carry: A large stock of Bed-Room Suites. A large stock of Walnut and Poplar Bureaus. j A large stock of Walnut and Poplar Wardrobes. | A large stock of Walnut and Poplar Lounges. j A largo stock of Walnut Bedsteads. A nice lino 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 ?.">.00. Brussels and Ingrain Carpots. Hemp and Cotton Carpets, A new stock of Cano 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, aipl Wagon Harness. An oxtra large stock of Collars. An extra large stock of Humes, Chains, Bridles, Back-Bands, Ac, 1 Lastly, wo know our facilities for handling the above goods are suporior to others, and tlioso who want tosavo the dollars cannot fail to do it If they examine goods and prices. (1. H. O'LEARY. I T. >1. DOBSON. WHAT WAS THE MATTER ? "1*7 ELL, Old Chap, as I did not hear from ft you lastweek, I supposed thatsomething must be the matter, as you are always so prompt, and I must confess that I felt a little loHt, as that is generally the first thing I look for in the ENQUIRER, but I looked in vain last week. What was up,Old Chap?" "Well, sir, you know, I suppose, without telling, that it was pretty warm and the Old Chap was kept Pretty Busy Selling Goods, As he had a nice trade last week, and when not oolliTirr wno oncmtroH tn markincdown the nrices of certain lines of poods to sell at and some of them below cost. The Old Chap marked down one lot of Clothing, to close out, AT 25 PER CENT. BELOW COST, And I mean just exactly what I say. They must and shall be sold. ^They must change owners at some price. So'u you want any cheap Clothing, do not fail to calf and see the Old Chap and his cheap goods, and it will certainly pay you. The Ola Chap is offering Big Bargains in Certain lines of goods, to close out and make room for Fall Stock. Our beautiful Muslins at 5 cents are almost gone. They were the prettiest and The Best in York for the Price. The Old Chap has just received some of the prettiest Pocket knives to be found in York. A nice line of fancy Knives for young men and ladies. Also, Pruning Knives for pruning trees and cutting binds on wheat and oats. Also, Rim Locks complete for only 85 cents. Nice Shop Hammers, Augers, Bits and Braces. The Old Chap has a few Satchels arid Valises left, which he would like to exchange FOR A FEW GREENBACKS. TheOklCliap received this week, an assortment of Todd's Government Ink, in quarts, pints and half pints, which is considered the best Ink in use. Call and buy a bottle. The Old Chap has a good assortment of Kerr's Thread, which is considered to be as good, if not better, than Coats', and the spool is better arranged to run on Machines than Coats'. The Old Chap has sent out a great many Spools to his friends in the country which he hopes they will try, and see for themselves. The Old Chap is Offering Big Bargains in Millinery, Such as Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats for ladies, Laces, Ties, Ribbons, Hosiery and everything in the Millinery line, for the Old Chap is hard up for money and you can get Bargains in his Millinery Department sure. Don't take his word for it, but come and see. The Old Chap wants to remind his friends THAT THE 26TH OF AUGUST Is near at hand, and on that day ho will give away ono hundred dollars' worth "of goods, viz.: One tine Buggy, worth 00; one Singer Sewing Machine worth 325.00, and one Silver Watch, worth 310.00, making in all one hundred dollars' worth. He would also remind every person that for every two dollars' worth bought from him he gives a chance at The Buggy, Sewing Machine and Watch. Remember also, that the person who got the Machine last year had only one chance, while many others had quite a number of chances. Would advise every person to get one chance, any way, before the time runs out, as that one chance might get you A XK E BUGGY WORTH $65. So don't let the time pass by without getting a chance. It does not cost you anything. You get the full value of your money ancl your chance thrown in. Now do not forget that August 26th is the day, and it will soon turn up, so do not let the opportunity pass without taking a chance at the Buggy, \Vateh and Sewing Machine. The Old (.'hap sells The Singer for |25.00, Tho Household and Whlto for 830,00 to 84.1,00, High arm and light running machines, No better Machine made for the money. Just think of a Singer Machine warranted for 5 years for ?23.00. It is now within the reach of almost any person. DRESS MAKING. Mrs. DOBSON'S Dress-Making Department is pretty well worked out. Persons Needing Bvems Made Can now got thoip at short notice. Also, Cutting .....1 .,t I,n,r tinm on A ,it In prices. Mrs. DOBSoS" WILL RETAIN THE SAME CUTTER, Who has given such universal satisfaction for the past two years. Also the same ladies in the sewing department, which will add very much To Her Already Popular Establishment, As in keeping the same ladies so long they become expert in their business, and you can always get BETTER FITS AND WORK DONE By lpimls who aro employed all the time qn Dresses. Mrs. POBHOS'S Dress-Making Department Has not had an idle day this year. She makes any kjnd qf garments worn by ladies, and at REASONABLE PRICES. Fits and satisfaction guaranteed in every instance. T, M, DOBSON, Loader in Millinery and press Making. HUNTER & OATES. I | OUR BARGAIN COUNTERS.: * IN last week's advertisement wo offered large reductions in all dep. rtments, and a great many responded to the call. From this week on we not only continue our former offers, but offer special bargains on these reductions. Our Special Bargain Counters Are especially attractive in Goods as well as in prices, as we do not offer inferior goods that are cheap in themselves, but goods that do not at all compare with the prices, but are so far superior that even the wayfaring man etc., and we are sure this will bo appreciated as soon as seen and priced. we win notauempi iu emuuerstit: me iiumueiless articles these counters contain, but will leave them to be seen, and will simply say you can get here almost any article you ucsire, and at any price. In addition to our Special Bargains we offer you great attractions and bargains in SHOES. In this department we have always sold greater quantities than anybody and always intend to, as we intend to keep a larger and more select stock, and sell as cheap as the cheapest. The celebrated Creedmore Tie we still keep, of the genuine article. Have sold them since '79 or earlier. We also keep many other good brands, of the same quality of Shoes, for men, as well as a large assortment of women's and children's everyday and Dress Shoes. We always keep a large and select stock of Miles' men's and ladies' Shoes, and as everybody knows them, it is only necessary to say we alone keep them. We also keep the*Bay State Shoes, which are generally known for their style, durability and comfort. Other makes of fine Shoes also on hand. Old ladies' low Shoes and Carpet Slippers, men's Carpet Slippers, and by far the prettiest gents' Velvet Slippers in the market, at a very low price. Our shelves still contain a good supply of Select Clothing, Which we will sell, we don't sav at cost, but at your own price. Also a large selection of Gents' Furnishing Goods among which we call your special attention to the Pearl Shirt, which we do not hesitate to pronounce the best Shirt, in every respect, on the market, for 31.00. The Laurel ana Penang Shirts also claim your attention. GENTS' COLLARS AND CUFFS, A TTH,lAwMtAnM /%? Lnr*/1 fionfo' ttf rOW miu uuuci wcai aitvajo uu unuu? rjv&c**t and Felt Hats in all styles. Gents' Sun Umbrellas and Ladies' Parasols in many styles. Ladies'Silk Sun Umbrellas. Also Buggy Umbrellas. Dress Goods. By duplicating our orders we have kept a very full supply of all the attractive goods of the season. We sold a great many as our goods were bought cheap, and now that we offer reductions on the low prices they are cheap indeed. We would remind the ladies that we have .all shades of those popular BBOC1DE SILKS At 50 cents per yard, and our Summer and Black Silks, of which we have a very large selection, will be sold very low. Trimmings, Ac., to match. In truth, you can get everything you want in all lines, as we claim to have more goods than any house in town, and we intend to sell them cheaper. We do not say this in a bragging spirit, but feel'ng that we Can Make Good Our Word To any one disposed to test it. The largest assortment of Ribbons in town at the lowest prices. Many brands of good and cheap Tobacco. Also, CAtfE-MATTIXG CHEAP. We ofTer you in all lines ?1.00 for $1.00 less a large per cent. HUNTER A OATES. RIDDLE & PEGRAM. TEtfSTESSEE HAMS. A LOT of closely trimmed Tennessee Country " 1 Thai. ? p uurcu riniuo uu>o juov uwun xuvj are very fine, in fact they are the best Hams sold in this market and never fail to give entire satisfaction. Call and get one. RIDDLE & PEG RAM. 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 oilered to the trade, which we guarantee to be as represented in every instance. Our Aim. Wo 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 havo exclusive sale of theeelcbrated Studebaker Wagons, any who may think of purchasing Wagons within the next six months, will find it greatlv to their advantage to see us before buying. RIDDLE it PEGRAM, parish, Mcknight & cor Still It Rains and Prices Decline. WE will sell, during the next THIRTY DAYS, All our Summer Goods at New York Cost, To make room for a large FALL STOCK. Wo moan just what wo say. You can certainly save money by calling on Happy Cal. Every lady who wants a Dress can have it almost at her own price. For this is a sad world, and it is still raining. parish, Mcknight a co. THK STATE OF SOITII CAROLINA, County of York. WHEREAS JOHN A. DARWIN has applied to me for Letters of Administration on all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of PEYTON A. DARWIN, late of the county aforesaid, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the . said deceased to bo and appear before ipo, at our next Probate Court for the said county, to be holden at York Court House on the 2ND DAY OF AUGUST, A. I)., 1884, at 11 o'clock, A. M., to shew cause, if any, why the said Administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal, this 14th day of July, in the' year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four, and in the 109th voar of American Independence. J. REATTY WILLIAMS, Judge of Probate, July 17 ' 20 $ H. F. APICKES. WE ARE SELLING I A DIES' Hats, Misses' Hats and all kinds of j nice and stylish Millinery at less than value, to close out remnant of Spring and Summer stock. Nice Hats at 25 Cents. Remnants of Ribbons, Embroideries and Laces, at very greatly reduced prices. Ladies' and Children's Gauze Vests. Ladies' Mohairand Linen Ulsters. A largo lot of Ladies' KID GLOVES AT 40 CENTS Per pair, worth 50 cents to 31.50. Linen ami Lace collars, ana a oeauuiui siock of fine Lace Neckwear, at greatly reduced prices. Ladies' Zephyr Shawls. Parasols and Pans At half value. A large stock of Ladies' and Children's fancy Hose, at reduced prices. Knitting Cotton at 5 cents per ball. Fine Wool Lace Buntings at, at 124 cents per yard. FINE FRENCH GINGHAMS. Fine French figured Mulls, and a beautiful stock of all kinds of White Goods, dotted Swiss, Victoria Lawns, India Linens, Persian Lawns, Piques, Lace Stripe Lawns, Barred Muslins, Swiss, Jaekonet, Ac. Pure Linen Lawn at 25 Cents Per yard. Lbuck Linen Lawn at 3:1J cents per yard, and solid black Mull. Muslins at 5 cents, reduced from 15 cents. Calico at 5 cents, reduced from 8J cents. JUST RECEIVED A lot of nice new Plaids, brown Homespuns, Ticks, and Jeans. Also, a new lot of men's nice stylish Fur and Wool Hats. A new lot of Walking Canes. A new lot of Croquet. Men's Gauze Under Shirts. New Magazin is and Seasides by every mail. We are sellir g the following* at murderous nriecs tr? elnse S immer stock : r Men's Linen anl Alpaea Coats and Dusters. New styles of Spring Clothing. Men's LOW-QUARTERED SHOES. Men's fine Congress Gaiters and Straw Hats. We have a very large variety of fine Shoes for children, all sizes, including a lot of beautiful white Shoes, and all sizes of Slippers at panic prices. A lot of Ladies' Newport Ties and Strap Slippers at cost, to close the stock. Ladies' and Misses' Fine Kid and Kid Foxed Shoes Reduced from ?5.00 and ?4.00 to ?3.75 and ?3.25. BARGAINS. H. F. ADICKES. L. LOWRY SMITH. Fancy and Staple Groceries. X WOULD ask the public to inspect my stock of Goods before purchasing elsewhere. I will keep always on hand, a nicely selected stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, and will always be ready to meet any competition. CANNED GOODS, CANNED GOODS. All goods in this line I warrant as Fresh and Standard. Tomatoes, 2 and 3 pound Cans ; Oysters, Salmon, Sardines, Lobsters, Lima Beans, String Beans, and Peaches. HAMS, HAMS, HAMS. r\ QfJna inlov ^illlVtWCU 1JI can. li'Ol otupo, IIV/OII ?1I\1 jmvj, just the thing for a nice breakfast diet. Lara. FLOUR, FLOUR. In standard country grades, and also that celebrated brand of Fancy Family New Process, buy none but the Luxury. Worcester Sauce, genuine English brand, sold by the pint or quart, to suit purchasers. Try it and you will like it. PLOW STOCKS, PLOW STOCKS. Handled Hoes, Horse and MuleShoes and Nails, Nails and Brads. Don't forget, when you come to town, to try just one plug of my N.*D. Sullivan's CHEWING TOBACCO, Best in town, and you will be convinced the minute you try it. N. D. S. best Free and Easy. T. C. D., and ?. & D. Smoking Tobacco. PICKLES, PICKLES, Nice and fresh, in bottles, or out of the keg. Pepper, Spice, Genuine Dishwell Mustard, Ginger, genuine East India Ceylon Preserves. TIN, TIN, TIN, In all lines. Coffee Pots, Deep Pans, and everything useful to the housewife. Come and try my patent Glass Tin-Covered Kerosine Oil Cans, Hardware, Grain Cradles, and Plows. CIGARS, CIGARS, CIGARS, CIGARS, "Where there is so much smoke thore must be somo fire." Just listen to the talk aboutmy long filler Havana Cigar, the Excelsior, 6 for 25 cents. Just smoke one and you will say it deserves the praise it gets, solid value. No fancy advertisement in them. Try my Sunshine brand, 8 for 25 cents, as good as you will get elsewhere at 6 for 25 cents. My Tube Rose are also good at 6 for 25 cents. SODA BISCUITS. And a general ljne of fancy and sweet Crackers, Candy, Raisins, Citron, Gelatine. SUGAR, SUGAR. The Cuban agitation has not, as yet, had any effect on the sugar market; but you had better call and get you a supply while it is so very cheap. Granulated, Extra C, Soft C, and Yellow Coffee, always on hand, nice and fresh. COFFEE, COFFEE. Good standard goods in this line, in parched and unparched. New Orleans Molasses and Syrups of all grades. WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE. Churns, Buckets, Tubs, Trays, Sieves, OAT HEAL, OAT HEAL. Eat it, and laugh and grow fat and be happy. Call and give mo a trial. I will guarantee satisfaction in every respect. L. LOWRY SMITH. SMITH & COLCOCK. AS THE Guano Season is Over, We would ask that ALL PARTIES OWING US FOR SAME, i Will pleaso I Call and Settle by NTote. SMITH & COLOOCK. WITHERS ADICKES. SOME SEASONABLE SUNDRIES. WE still keep the most complete stock of fancy Groceries in this section. Canned Fish, Meats, Fruit and Vegetables. Pickles of all sorts, in bottles and from keg, lOcents a pint. A 2-pound can of Tomatoes at 10 cents. Teasgreen, black and mixed. Coffees?Java, Santos, Rios, etc. Thurber's No. 34 roasted is still popular. Cocoa, Chocolate, Condensed Milk?imported Goat's and domestic Cow's. Soaps?Toilet and Laundry. Starch, Blueing in lump, boxes and bottles, Lye, Potash, Sal Soda, Spices of every kind?ground and whole; Mace, Cloves, Nutmegs, etc. Best Vinegar, Sauces for meats and vegetables, genuine Worcester Sauce at 50 cents a pint, whicn is about one-fourth the price of bottles ; Rice, Grist, Oat Meal, Wheat Flakes, Flavoring Extracts, Baking Powders ofall kinds, Cream Tartar, Yeast Cakes, Lemons, Raisins, Citron, Nuts, Amer's Crackers and Candies fresh every few days. Our Lard and Smoked MeatsHams, Beef and Bacon Strips?are the very best brands. Ginger Ale, Sarsaparilla, etc., are wholesome and nice, kept on ice. Preserving Kettles, Fruit Jars, Jelly Tumblers, Fly and Rat Traps, etc. Crockery and Glassware, in every shape and at lowest prices. Lamps and all parts of same, Candles, Oils?Coal, Machine, Castor, etc. HARDWARE. We expect to keep up tho best assortment in town. Just received, Axes, Hoes, Horse-Shoes, Plows, Nails, Grass Scythes, Well Chains, Buckets, Wheels, etc. Files, Augers, Locks of all kinds, Hinges, Screws, Saws, Gun Locks and Fixtures, Planes, Levels, Sheep Shears, Monkey T>oli Irtr./la Tin 111 ullPPt<4 W rtJIlUIIUEJ, JJIuailOSUi ?u* numo. ... ? and every other shape. Queen Oil Can, glass bound in tin, are good. Matches at 1, 3, 5 and 10 cents a box. Tobaccos and Smokers' articles. We think Old Gold is the best 10 cent plug in town. WITHERS ADICKES. "every" advertisement" IN these columns points the reader to a different store as the best place to do your trading. Somebody must be wrong. The ADICKES BUILDING claims your patronage on business principles. There you can find nearly everything except Liquor and Drugs and at guaranteed prices. A full stock and proper prices will generallv command business. WE CALCULATE TO KEEP UP Our stock at all seasons and are constantly receiving New Goods. Ifyou want anything in Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Wooden and Willowware, call on WITHERS ADICKES. JOHN R. ASHE. BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS. THE low prices at which I am enabled to offer to the trade my large stock of Dry Goods, presents a lot of Bargains for any one in need of anything in that line. Come To The Cheap Store Whereyouwill find almost anything you want. My stock is complete and as any of my lines become depleted new goods areofdered to replenish them, and strange to say offered at old prices, and someti mes even less. JUST RECEIVED A full supply of Victoria Lawns, which are offered at from 10 to If) cents. Hamburg Edging and Embroideries almost given away. Fruit of the Loom and Gilt Edge Bleached Sheeting, Wamsutta and New York Mills, and Lonsdale Cambric as cheap as the cheapest. Rare bargains offered in Dress Goods. I will sell these goods cheaper than they can be bought anywhere. Stock consists of Cotton and Woolen Worsteds, Alpacas, Cashmeres, Flannels, Poplins, Ac. Hats, Clothing and Shoes. A full supply of Ladies' Trimmed Hats just received. A large stock of Hats for Children, Boys and Men, all colors, sizes and shapes. 100 Suits of Clothes offered cheap for cash. 10,000 pairs of Boots and Shoes which I will sell cheaper than any noay. uome ana see. GROCERIES. IN dividing my attention from the old line, I have not given it up, and will say to the trade that this department is full up in every line, and that I will compete with anv prices offered. POWDER. I have a full supplv of FFFg Kentucky Rifle in kegs, half-kegs and quarter kegs, Fgseashooting Rifle, coarse grain, in kegs, half kegs and quarter kegs; Duck shooting, coarse grain, in half kegs; Kentucky Rifle in 1 pound canisters, Electric in 1 pound canisters, Mining and Blasting Powder in kegs in my Magazine, for the wholesale trade, as cheap as can be bought anywhere. JOHN R. ASHE. ' JOHN C. KUYRENDAl7 THE LAPSE OF YEARS. UT of sight, out of mind" is an ancient proverb that has lost none of its truth with the lapse of years. It is as true to-day as when it was uttered by the old philosopher whose bones have long since become an undistinguishablepartof earth. In view of the force of this adage, we wish to keep before the eyes and in the minds of our people, the fact that we keep continually, that is to say, every day in the week, month'and year, a larjje stock of pure White Lead, Prepared Paint, Linseed Oil and their concomitants; that wesell pure White Lead and Oil at the jobbing or wholesale prices of Charlotte, N. C.; that we are selling Wadsworth, Martinez & Longman's Pure Paints at retail cheaper than they are sold anywhere that we know of; and that wo fervidly desire to communicate with every man or woman, who wishes to purchase a bill of Paints. DON'T PUT ON SACK CLOTH. "Has sorrow thy young days shaded;" is adversity overshadowing the prime of your manhood ; are troubles thickening around your declining years; do not despond and put'on sack cloth, but shave off your beard with one of Peters Brothers' Razors and take courage. Peters Brothers' Razors sold only at the York Drug Store. We have a line of cheap Razors, good as any for Excursions, Picnics ana Camp-meetings. THE BLACK FLAG. To destroy, utterly exterminate Flies, Anfs, Bed Bugs, Moths, Mosquitoes, and all Insects that infest animals or plants, use the Black Flag Insect Powder. We guarantee that every Fly in any room can be killed, in loss than an hour, by the use of this Powder. All that is asked is a trial. Call and get circular. For sale at the York Drug Store. JOHN C. KUYKENDAL. CLERK'S SALE. South Carolina?County of York. , IN COMMON PLEAS. Charlotte V. Blake against Heath Blake, and omers. IN obedience to the Decree and Order for Sale made by Hon. I. D. Witherspoon, Judge of the Sixth Circuit, in the cause as above entitled, I will expose to public sale at York Court House on the FIRST MONDAY (Sales-Day) IN AUGUST, Next, during the legal hours of sale, the following REAL ESTATE belonging to the estate of D. R. S. Blake, deceased, to wit: All that piece, parcel and tract of land, situated on the east side of the Saluda Road, adjoining lands of J. E. Poag, J. A. F. McCarly, W. A. Steele and W. B. Wilson, Jr., containing ONE HUNDRED AND TWELVE ACRES, More or less. Also, all that other piece, parcel and tract of land, on the West side of the Saluda Road, adjoining lands of J. A. F. MeCarlev, W. B. Wilson, Jr., and R. N. McCants, containing ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN ACRES, More or less. Tkrms?Cash sufficient to pay the costs; balance of purchase money payable in three equal Installments, and duo respectively, January 1st, A. D. 1885, A. D. 188(5, A. D. 1887, each installment to bear interest from date until paid, and secured by a bond and mortgago of the premises. Purchaser to pav for papers. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pls. July 10 28 4t SUMMERRESORT. Now Open Under New Management. For Health or Pleasure, GO TO ALL-HEALING SPRINGS. BEAUTIFULLY located at the base of Crowder's Mountain. Climate unsurpassed. The best of waters. Excellent hotels. Moderate prices and special terms for a long stay. Late improvements and attractions. New Billiard Room, new Ball Room, full String Band, Ac., make the above resort equal to any in the South. TERMS FOR BOARD. Perdav ? 2.00 Per week 10.00 to ?12.00 Per month 1 .'15.00 to 40.00 According to room and the number occupying the same. Children under twelve years of age and servants, half price. Special rates to largo parties and families, and fbr long season. The above rates are below any other resort giving the same attention and accommodation. Rouud trip tickets on sale from all points on the Richmond and Danville system, to and from All Healing. For Circulars, Terms, etc., address A. COZZENS, All Healing P. O., Gaston County, North Carolina. Juno 20 25 lm KIIKYEY WORT Vl/'E have just received a supply of this valuTT able medicine, both in dry and liquid form. Also, a lot of Horsford's Acid Phosphate. MAY A MAY.