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Anderson, S. G. W.; L. T. Izlar, Blackville,
J. G. W.; Zimmerman Davis, Charleston, G. T.: Charles Inglesby, Charleston, G. S.; Rev. D. W. Cuttino; Elloree, G. C.; J. R. Smith, Jr., Laurens, G. S. D.; S. B. Hume, Charleston, G. S. D.^ \V. H. Arnold, Hodges, J. S. D.; M. L. West, Marietta, J. S. D.; E. B. Gary, Abbeville, G. M.; J. B. Mc/ Fadden, Chester, G. P.; B. O. Bennet, Spartanburg, G. S.; G. F. Tolley, Anderson, G.S.; W. A. Wilson, Charleston, G. T. ; Utarket ^tjjorts. YORKVILLE, December 16.?Cotton 6 to 85. LIVERPOOL, December 14.?Cotton dull, with prices in buyers' favor; middling uplands, \ 51-16d.* ! NEW YORK, December 14.?Cotton dull; middling uplands, 9i. Futures closed steady with sales or 98,600 bales as follows: December, \ 9.20 to 9.21; January, 9.28 to 9.29; February, 9.39 to 9.40 ; >Iarch, 9.51 to 9.52; April, 9.63 to 9.64; Mav, 9.75 to 9.76; June, 9.86 to 9.57; July, 9.96 to ?.97 ; August, 10.05 to 10.06; September, 9.75 to 9.77; October, 9.54 to 9.55. CHARLESTON, December 14.?Cotton quiet; middling 8j. Comparative Cotton Statement. NEW YORK, December 11.?The following is the comparative cotton statement for the week ending December 11, 1885: 1885. 1884. Receiptsatallportsfortheweek, 246,359 288,351 Total receipts to this date. 2,905,212 2,992,510 Exports for the week 177,374 198,498 Total exports to date, 1,641,510 1,783,359 Stock at all U. S. ports 951,298 968,206 Stock at all interior towns 217,155 196,752 Stock at Liverpool 125,000 503,000 AmericanafloatforGreatBritain 276,000 284,000 Atrial fjUtitts. Religions Notice. Rev. L. H. Paul, of Union Theological Seminary, will fill the pulpit at Bethesda, on the 3rd and 4th Sabbaths of this month. December 17 51 tf Cali say a Tonic. If you are suffering with General Debility, feel sick, languid and good for nothing, don't fail to get of Lowry <fc Starr a bottle of Westmoreland's Calisaya Tonic. No use putting a keg of nails or a cartwheel into your stomach to get a little iron into your blood. Use Westmoreland's Calisaya Tonic. For sale by Lowry <k Starr. Special. Holiday goods.?We beg to call attention to our selection of Christmas goods. Christmas rarrls heinc a specialty. we have, without a doubt, the largest, most varied and cheapest selection of Xmas cards eVer displayed in Yorkville?call at once. Lowry <fe Starr. Lemon Eli.xir-From a Prominent Lady. I have not been able in two years to walk or stand without suffering great pain. Since taking Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir, I can walk half a mile without suffering the least inconvenience. Mrs. H. H. Bloodworth, Griffin, Ga. Lemon Hot Drops Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Pneumonia and all Throat and Lung Diseases, except Consumption, which disease it palliates and greatly relieves. Price 25 cts. Dr. W. E. Bingham, Druggist, North Port, Ala., writes: Dr. Mozley's Lemon Hot Drops is the most saleable and" the best remedy for coughs and colds I ever sold. Lemon Elixir and Lemon Hot Drops sold by all druggists, prepared by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga. Sold in Yorkville by Kuykend'al. December 10 40 6m A Witness Who Knows Whereof He Speaks. Jno. C. Kuykendal, Yorkville, S. C. Dear Sir : I have had the pleasure of using the Longman <ft Martinez pure prepared paint for 12 or 15 years, and from the time I first commenced using it up to the present, it has given satisfaction on every job on which I applied it. I can truly say to the world that it is the cheapest " pure paint made, and will, when properly put on, last longer than pure white lead and oil. I also testify that its use is less injurious to the painter than lead. I am very respectfully, Nelson Da vies, House and Decorative Painter. Direct Testimony. 'lne uirect lesumony ui cycij jiwoun used the Pidflmont Beauty Tobacco is, that it is the best chew for the price in the market. Two "old boys" told us a few days since, "pintedly it was the best they had seed since the war." And bear in mind, brethren, that the P. B. can he had in town only of Kuykendal. Cross Examination. A housekeeper overhauling her silver and tin ware, table cutlery and glass and finding them all dingy and rusty would be a cross examination, wouldn't it? No such thing occurs in families that use Lustrabo. Lustrabo sold in town only by Kuykendal. Judges' Charge. Judges of Cigars all over the U. S. charge all lovers of a good smoke to use the Tansill's Punch all Havana filler, and sold in town only by Kuykendal. HYMENEAL. y~ Married?At the residence of the bride's brother, Mr. Agur Bankhead, December 9th, 1885, by Rev. J. R. McAlpine, Mr. WM. ASHE and Miss MARY E. BANKHEAD. All of York county, S. C. At Union Church on the 13tli instant, by Rev. J. E. Covington, Mr. J. M. WALLACE, of Yorkville, and Miss EMMA J. BALES. At the residence of the bride's father, Mr. W" J. Stephenson, of York township, on the 9th instant, by Rev. W. W. Ratchfora, Mr. R. M. T. ROBINSON and Miss E. A. STEPHENSON. All of York county. At the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Wm. Robinson, of Bullock's Creek township, on the on, inctnnt hv* T?pv \v. W_ Ratchford. Mr. R. R. PLEXICO and Miss M. J." A. ROBINSON. All of York county. DEPUTY CORONER. 1HAVE appointed Mr. RUFUS A. PARISH Deputy Coroner. His office will be at the Court House?the lirst door east of-the County Treasurer's Office. JOHN M. CALDWELL, Coroner. December 17 51 2t# THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of York. mifHEREAS JOHN RATAREE has applied ff to mc for Letters of Administration on all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of WILLIAM L. ROACH, 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 tne said county, to be holden at York Court House, on the4TH DAY OF JANUARY, A. D., 18SG, 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 12th day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eightv-tive, and in the 110th year of American Independence. J. BEATTY WILLIAMS, Judge of Probate. December 17 51 2t AUCTION S1LES. i- AUCTION SALE BY ADN'R. RY virtue of an order from the Probate Court. T will exnose to sale in Yorkville, at the store room lately occupied bv JOSEPH ROSE, deceased, on MONDAY THE 4TH DAY OF JANUARY, next, beginning at 11 o'clock, A. M., the entire stock of Grocery Goods of said deceased, consisting of Sugars, Coffees, Canned Goods, and a large assortment of the other property unnecessary to mention, but being in fact a fullline of goocfs usually to be found in a well kept grocery. Terms?Cash : Persons who fail to pay their . purchases in 48 hours, same will be resold at " their risk. WM. E. ROSE, Adm'r of Jos. Rose. December 17 51 2t SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of writs of fieri facias to me directed, will be sold at YORK COURT HOUSE, on the FIRST MONDAY OF * JANUARY NEXT, The following property to wit: Two bales of cotton, levied on as the property \ of W. C. Farris, at the suit of Parish A Colcock. . v (50 On Tuesday after the first Monday of January, 188(3, at Jeff Smith's gin house, in Broad River township, a two-thirds interest in six bales of cotton, one lot of cotton seed, and one lot of corn, levied on as the property of Wesley Smith, on a warrant of seizure, at the suit^f John R. Ashe. (81. <>s On Tuesday after the first Monday of January, 188(3, at the residence of 1). M. Half, a two-thirds interest in a lot of cotton, about :3,000 pounds, ? more or less, levied on at the property of R. L. Simmons, at the suit of John R. Ashe", ($1.4<i Terms of Sale.?Cash. R. H. GLENN, S. Y. C. December 17 51 3t HUNTER & OATES. ===== I A LIBERAL OFFER. YORKVILLE has gained a just reputation, both at home and abroad, tor selling a su perior class of goods at lower prices than any other town in the State. We say a just reputation because we have heard and seen evident proof of it on various occasions, and from as many sources as we have heard that the Mammoth has been a conspicuous, and we must believe, the Most Liberal Contributor To this reputation, and she intends to mantain and make it even more apparent. Now, believing that "actions speak louder than words," and in response to the universal cry of hard times, we have made UNHEARD OF REDUCTIONS Throughout every department of our tremendous stock of Dry Goods, and while each one has its especial attractions, and though the Prices are Down In them all, we must say that the Clothing and Shoe departments have suffered more in the "scrimmage" than any of the others, and have in fact been completely knocked out of the profit ring and are contesting For the Lowest Cash Prize. i Yes, we are offering our entire stock of Boots and Clothing; which all know to be the largest and handsomest in town, and which liave recently had some attractive additions, at prices That Will Entice the Miser, Though the times were twice as hard, to take advantage of the offer and provide himself with a decent suit. One that will protect him from the storms of winter as well as the one he is compelled to doff has withstood thedust and sun of Summer. If You Want a Suit, And who does not? you can make a better selection at a lower price at the Mammoth than elsewhere. The truth needs no "Florence of words," and if it did we could not supply them, and so we have made the above simple statement, knowing that it will be appreciated and can be Proven at Anv Time. / Of course Overcoats are included in the reductions, though they ought not to be, as their cheapness has been a surprise to all who have seen these, and we undoubtedly have the handsomest Coat ever brought to this or any other market. It has been Acknowledged by Every Body. Our stock is of the latest cuts, newest style in fabrics, and of the best make and most faultless fits. Big bargains in all grades of Boots. We have a large stock of the best goods on the market, Goods That Have Been Tried And are known to be worth and cheap at the price asked and at the reductions offered are bargains indeed. Now, see these goods. You must have them and cannot do better than to buy them at the Mammoth. Every other department is full up with first class Goods at low prices. Come to the Mammoth. HUNTER & OATES. " withers adickes. ' EVERY THING FOR XMAS C^AN bo found at the A.PICKES BUILDING. Delicacies in the culinary line in greater variety than anywhere else here, and prices that we don't allow to be beat. Raisins, i Boxes Layers $1.00, Seedless Sultans at 20 cents, Currants 10cents, Citron, Prunes, Figs, Cranberries, Cranberry Sauce?pure and cheap?20 cents per pound ; Mince Meat; about 1,000 pounds of Candies of all kinds, from 15 to 40 cents per pound ; Nuts of every kind; Flavoring Extracts, Gelatine, Chocolate, Sugars of all kinds, soft white for baking at 8 cents; Icing Sugar of the best, fine quality. We pay more than usual for this to have it good. Pickles, Sauces, Apple Butter, Canned Goods in Fish, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables ; Spices, ground or whole, which are strictly pure; Cream Tartar, Baking Powders?Royal preserves its name, being the best; Mustardplain" and prepared ; Teas; Cheese?better than most on our market; Maccaroni, Vermicelli, Tapioca, Crackers?about 25 boxes?at lOpounds for $1.00; Fresh Rice, Grits, Oatmeal and Flakes, Self-raising Flour, Brown Bread Flour, New Orleans Molasses, etc. Green Fruits. We will have for Christmas all manner of Fruits?Apples, Oranges?sweet Floridas; Lemons, Coeoanuts, Grapes, Pears, Pine Apples, Chestnuts, Peanuts, Bananas?red and yellow. 500 packs gold chop Fire-Crackers?best quality. Cannon Fire-Crackers, Torpedoes, Paper Cap Pistols from 5 to 50 cents, and Caps for same. On the way and reduced in price. Fresh plain Buckwheat Flour at Scents. Thurber's No. 54 roasted Coffee at 10$ cents. We have been drinking t his brand of Coffee for about 5 years almost continuously and can recommend it. SOME SENSIBLE XMAS PRESENTS. Nico Brass Andirons, Shovels and Tongs, Carving Knife and Fork, Pocket Knives, Razors, nice Lamps of every kind?there is no comparison between injured eyesight and a few dollars invested in a good light to read by. Nice Crockery Chamber Sets?10 picees for $4.00 to 87.00. Tin Chamber Sets at 82.00 to $3.00. Tea Sets? very cheap. I'reuv urocaery aim Baskets of all kinds?nice Clothes Baskets, 3 or 4 feet high?for $2.50. Nice Blacking Brush with ebony handle. Guns to be sold low. Vases, China Cups and Saucers, Toys, Cologne Sets, etc. Nice lot Toilet Soaps. Call on us. WITHERS ADICKES. YEW GOODS AT John F. Speck's Jewelry Store. I AM receiving a nice line of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY and FANCY GOODS, FOR TIKE HOLIDAYS, Which will be sold cheap for Cash. My stock will be the largest of the kind ever offered in Yorkville, and at prices to suit the times. Call before you buy, as I have presents to suit all classes, which will be displayed A Few Days Re lore Christmas. A large stock of Spectacles and Evo-G lasses of the best makes, in gold, silver, steel, rubber and I nickel Frames, from 25 cents to $10.00 per pair. I Watches from $2.00 up. Fine assortment of Albums, Velvet and Ebony Picture Frames, Accordeons, Pocket Cutlery, Shears and Scissors of the best makes; (inns, Pistols and Ammunition. Be Sure And Give Me A Call, ' i I Before buying your Christinas presents. JOHN F. SPECK, Jeweler. M. STRAUSS. CHRINT.1IAS GIFTS. . M. STRAUSS :\W LL give to his friends and Customers Christmas Gifts. 1 ! i ! In his prices of Goods, especially READY-MADE CLOTHING, Which lie will sell at Very Lon Frices. (! 22 PLUGS FOR #1.00. JUST think of it. You can get 22 plugs of To- 1 bacco for one dollar, at 1 J. W. DOBSON'S. I T. M. DOBSON & CO. Sorry, Sorry, Sorry. THE OLD CHAP is very sorry that he owes anything, and more so because he has so much owing to him that he cannot get. He is sorry that cotton is so low, and he is very sorry that his friends will not sell and pay him what they owe him; sorry that his friends do not think more of their promises ; sorry they do not -t inn nt-lll trivn llim ft littlfi acn a pui nun v/i uiou v-wwvbi m..v. D. , v ? money; sorry they think he does not need any money; sorry that January, 1880, is so near, and his customers are still holding on to their cotton ; sorry that all cotton on hand on the 1st of Janarv will have to be taxed ; sorry there seems to be no prospect of cotton getting any higher; sorry that after the 1st of Januar}' the Old Chap will have to charge 10 per cent, interest; sorry, from the present outlook, that a good many people will be troubled to get goods next year, for the simple reason that they are too long in paying and put the merchants to too much trouble to get their money; sorry that the board of trade, which is now organizing among the merchants, will have so many names to put on the Wacfc list, and then you know we will be very sorry, indeed, that you cannot buy goods from any merchant unless yon have the ready money; sorry the lien law is going to be repealed, as there comes more trouble; sorry we still have about 100 Overcoats on hand, sorry we cannot tell you here how cheap they are, and sorry we have had to mark the prices down so low, but, my friend, if you will come along with the money and want a coat, you will never be sorry that you called to see the Old Chap; sorry all of our goods have to be marked down so low; sorry money is so scarce; sorry we cannot get those who are holding cotton to think that New York merchants will not wait a single day on us: sorry that our friends don't stop and think seriously just for one moment, if they did and had any conscience, they would sell enough cotton to settle with the Old Chap; sorry we have 100 Suits of Clothes to sell yet; sorry they are so very low in price; sorry they must be sold at some price; sorry we have Janes to sell at such low figures ; sorry that our Cotton Flannel has to be sold so low; sorry our fine Shoes have had such a tumble in price; sorry our Rubbers are so cheap; sorry our children's Shoes have to be sold so cheap; sorry that what few Cloaks we have on hand are marked down so very low; sorry our Ladies' Hats are selling so low; sorry our dollar and dollar and a half Hats for gents' wear cannot get any lower; sorry the Old Chap cannot buy cotton on credit; sorry the Old Chap cannot buy some Corn on credit; even very sorry that the old coon cannot buy a few eggs and chickens on credit. Have you ever thought of it in that light. No credit for the Old Chap. Cash for everything, and none - - ri \j? for him. Sorry that we are selling sewing .*mchines at $5.00, $10.00 and $15.00?some as good as new; sorry we are selling such good Tobacco for 50 cents ; sorry that the Old Oaken Bucket does not sell faster; sorry that our $2.50 Boots are so good for the money. Take it all in all, the Old Chap seems to be in quite a sorrowful mood, and he must be trying to make some of his dear friends get in just such a mood for him. Can't you help him. Can't 3'ou do something for him. Can't you come to his rescue at once. Can't you all help him who helped you out of the grass in the summer, by returning the compliment now when his crop is very grassy. Lend him a helping hand in this his great time of need. Come quick, or it will be too late. T. M. DOBSON, & Co., Leaders in Millinery and Dress Making. % FIIEW 1IROTHE RS. ROCK HILL, S. C. OH! WHAT NICE THINGS FOR THE HOLIDAYS ! C1ILT Lustro Band Iron Stone China m tun I" Sets, or can make up a Set of any number of pieces desired. So von are not compelled to buy pieces that you do not want. It is much better and a great doai cheaper than the regular China. Everything in the way of Fftnej' Glass Ware Imaginable, and many other Fancy Articles too numerous to mention. We are very anxious to Reduce Our Stock of Clothing By the first of thoyear, and are offering extraordinary inducements. GIVE US A TRIAL, And see what we will do. FREW BROTHERS. Rock Hill, S. C. PARfSHrMcKNlGHT & CO. LISTEN TO THE DAISY ! WELL, as the year is nearly gone and times are very hard, we will say to our friends that we will sell them goods VERY, VERY LOW For a few days, in order to close up the year's business. We will be assisted by W.H. COLCOCK, Whnco rnt\n f inn tiootlu no hlo\V. lift will be glad to see his friends and none shall have occasion to regret a visit to the Daisy's. N. B.?And now, as we close onr remarks, permit us to say that the firm of PARISH, MCKNIGHT it CO. will he disolved in a few days, and all accounts uncollected will he put in the hands of HART A HART, For collection and if you wish to save cash, pay at once. PARISH, McKNIGHT ifc CO. ? J. W. DOBSQjy. RAISINS, CANDIES. IF you want anything in the way of Candies, Nuts, Raisins, Citron, Currents, Apples, I Oranges, Lemons and C'ocoanuts. the place to get these goods cheap is J. W. DOBSON. SOAP. IF you want anything in the way of Toilet Soaps, shaving soap or any other'kind soap, I have it cheap. J. \V. DOBSON. BAKING POH'DEK VND Ksence of Lemon and Vanilla at J. W. DOBSON'S. DRIED APPLES^ AND Peaches at J. W. DOBSON'S. YORK COUNTY BONDS. OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,) Yoickvii.lk, S. C., Decemher 7th, 1885. J | "^TOTICE is hereby given to the holders of XN Bonds issued hv York countv in aid of the CHESTER AND LENOIR NARROW GAUGE HAILROAI), that the bonds numbered respectively us follows: 27, * 28, 2!>, 7:!, i:??, 143, 1S4, 187, 104, 204, 217, 242, 258, 204,207, 20.">, 305, 407, 415, 453, 457, 404, 520, 550, 570, 500,003, 050, 7(H), 720, 735, 700, 7K2, 843, 800, 001. 084, will be paid upon their presentation to the Hoard of Countv Commissioners, at YORK COURT 1IOU.sk; on THURSDAY, THE 24TII DAY OF DECEMBER, 1885, with the accrued interest up to that time, and that after said date, the said Bonds, numbered as above, will cease to draw interest. Bv order of the Board. JAMES B. ALLISON, Clerk, j December 10 50 3t 1 JOHN C. KU?KENDAL. |#&E3 ?TTfjTl THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD call attention to his very select and attractive stock of Holiday Ooods. Wo are showing Ladies' Plush Dressing Cases, Ladies' Plush Work-boxes, Manicure Sets, Shaving Cases, Cut-glass Bottles, Odor Bottles, covered, hand painted, Jewel Cases, Putr Roxes, Smoking Sets, Hankerchief and Glove Boxes, Papeteries, iJisque lioous, Hyacinth Classes, Fine Fiower Vases. Fine Lamps, etc., etc. CHRISTMAS CARDS. Our stock of these goods is the handsomest that lias ever been shown in town. Our line of hand painted Cards are gems of art. The Flowers Yield Up Their Sweets. The odor yielding flowers and plants of the world pay their tributes of sweets to the Toilet Waters and Soaps of the Coi,gatks. The perfume laden Zephyrs of Araby were never freighted with more divinely exquisite and delight giving odors. A full line of these Waters and Soaps and the Vaseline preparations of the Oolgates now in stock. J NO. C. KUYKENDAL. LATTA BROTHERS PARTIES Indebted to Us EITHER BY NOTE OR ACCOUNT, WILL PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE. LATTA BROTHERS. KENNEDY BROS. & B ARRON~ KL VMlFTS. BL1>KETS. (1HEAP Blankets, colored Blankets, red Blan) kets, white Blankets, nice Blankets. We want everybody to come and buy our Blankets. Remember?We have Blankets. KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON. Accounts, Accounts, Accounts. Your Notes and Accounts are past due. We need the money. Your account is ready. Please come and settie it. KENNEDY BROS, tfc BARRON. A CHRISTMAS PRESENT. Don't you want the bestSewing Machine made, the American. One lady tells us she has made over two hundred dollars with her American Sewing Machine, besides doing the Sewing for her family of seven. An American No. 7 Machine is a nice ChristP'aw iron *a ifii'O fn VAIlf U'lfn niiia jiruscnw mi j vyi* tv/ ^4 ? w ?,vr j vr*?* *.v. Tho American Sewing Machine No 7. guaranteed, warranted. Can't be beat. For sale at KENNEDY BROS. & BARRON'S. GUANO SETTLEMENTS. I MUST insist on my customers settling for the Fertilizers They Owe Me For. Some contracted to pay in COTTON and some in MONEY. Those who are to pay in Cotton cannot be benefitted by holding the cotton, let the i price advance as high as it may. These Debts Were Due October 15th, I i And it is now December 15th. You certainly cannot ask further indulgence. Bv order of the Company. T. S. JEFFERYS, Agent. HERN DON BROS. 18S5. 1885. 1885. \TOV may expect to see our advertisement in X these columns so long as you look for it. We expect after this to put your Notes and Accounts in the hands of a lawyer or a Trial Justice. No, don't say that Herndons didn't do right. They done elegant from FEBRUARY TO OCTOBER. Yes, you got the supplies you needed, to be paid for on the 15th of October, and here is December and no pay yet. Do not get mad when the lawyer or trial justice TAPS YOU ON THE SHOULDER And says I have a paper for you to look at. Look out. Forbearance ceases to be a virtue some HERNDON BROTHERS. ! ALLEX'S IMPROVED COTTON SEED. THIS Cotton is undoubtedly the finest, longest and strongest staple, and most prolific cotton ! ever put on the market. It is a distinct variety; I the staple is lif inch long, it has very large bolls, I and is a large yielder. This cotton was grown direct from the seed that took the first prize of I ?1,000 for staple at the Louisville Exposition, in I 188."?, and a full bale per acre has been raised on I lands planted with the improved seed. The quantity of lint cotton from a given quanj titv ot seed has never been considered a test of ! the amount of cotton raised per acre, and its | quality is the standard of value. The ALLEN IMPROVED will produce as much lint cotton per acre as any other seed on the American eon' tinent, with a market value from 50 to 75 per ! cent, greater. ! Price of Seed 82.50 per bushel of 30 pounds. ! Address me, at Yorkville, for particulars. BEN MOCK, Sole Agent for North and South Carolina. December 10 50 4t ADMIMSTRATORVS NOTICE. A LL persons having demands against the cs/V tate of J. \V. LATHAM, deceased, are hereby notified to present the same at once, duly attested. Those indebted are required to make immediate payment. J. ll. COLTHAllP, Administrator. December 3 40 3ts .'llf.lllilln I Hill v? 4 LL persons having demands against the esA tate of Mrs. M. AGNES LINDSAY, deceased, are notified to present the same at once, duly attested. Those indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment. | J. A. ERWIN, Administrator. 1 December 3 4'J 3t PARISH & COLCOCK. GUANO, GUANO. GUANO! AS the season for settlement is now drawing near, we ask all our friends to come and pay up, and avoid our having to ask them to settle. Corn Mill, Corn Mill, Corn Mill. We have a Corn Mill, driven by steam, at the rear of John II. Adams'old stand, now known as the Hope lot, and will grind every Tuesday and Friday, And will guarantee to give you good meal. Bring your corn and give us a trial. Groceries, Groceries. We keep a full stock of Fresh (Groceries and French Candies always on hand. Coffees, Sugars, Teas, And every other article usually kept in a firstclass Grocery Store. PARISH & COLCOCK. W. C. LATIMER. NEW riARKKTS. WE have received this week another lot of those beautiful New Markets, which are so cheap and stylish that every lady can and ought to have one. We bought them very cheap and are selling them correspondingly low. CLOTHim We are offering positive bargains in Clothing, Overcoats, Blankets, ifce. These goods were bought in large quantities and of course cheaper than parties who buy small bills. Can show von an all-wool Suit for ?8.00 and a genuine Melton Cloth Overcoat for ?10.00. An elegant line of all kinds of Gents' Furnishing Goods. The celebrated perfect-fitting Imperial Shirt, the best sold for ?1.00. Try it and you will wear no other. Ilanan <fc Son's hand-made Shoes, which are the prettiest goods ever brought to this market. You Better Believe It. To parties who owe us for this year's supplies we would say that this is the last notice we intend to give you, and earnestly request that you come and settle or make some arrangement, otherwise we will most positively place your accounts in the hands of a collector. W. C. LATIMER. JOHN R. ASHE. I NEED MONEY. 1IIAVE bank notes coming due and urge the necessity of the promptness of my friends and customers who are indebted to me by note or account for store goods or Fertilizers as it amounts to the same to you whether cotton bo high or low when payments are to be made in cotton. i i A proposition. To parties who owe me accounts or notes for Merchandise or Fertilizers, payable in money, I make the following proposition which will enable all parties who avail themselves of it to enjoy all the benefits gained by holding thfeir cotton: I will take your cotton at present market price and give your account or note credit for the amount and charge you with the same amount against your cotton, and will retain samples of the cotton and allow you the privilege of putting your samples on the market any time between now and the 15th day of February next for a basis of final settlement and will charge you seven per cent, per annum on the money thus advanced and 40 cents per bale per month for storeage and insurance. I am compelled to have money and offer this as the most available method to help my friends to get the advantage of holding their cotton. Otherwise, I win have to ask my friends to sell and pav up. JOHN R. ASHE. MRS. J. BOI/TO* SUIT If, JTR. CALL FOR YOUR WATCHES, &e. "%7"OUR Watch or Jewelry left with us for re*1 pairs is now ready for you, and you will please call for them. I will take pleasure in showing my stock of Clocks, Jewelry, Glass and Silver Ware. Now in stock, a nice ljne of CLOAKS, DOLMANS, &C., And our stock of Boots and Shoes Will be Priced to Suit You. Mrs. J. BOLTON SMITH, Jr. HILL'S IMPROVED Feather Renovator AT CHESTER. THE undersigned having purchased from A. D. Moore the right for using Hill's Patent Feather Renovator?the best apparatus yet devised for the purpose?respectfully inform the oitiwens of Chester that thev will remain in that town for the next ten days,"and that they are fully prepared to clean, renovate and renew old feathers. Our process destroys all insects, such as moths, midgets, Ac., and renders the feathers perfectly pure, live and clean. It is endorsed and recommended l?y the highest medical authority in the land, including the eminent physicians, I)rs. Black and Hliss, X. Y.; Hill unci Lamb, Chicago; Franklin and Money,St. Louis, and others. We guarantee satisfaction or make no charges. Of those who have tested this process in Yorkville, we refer to the following among others: Dr. J. It. Hratton, Mrs. It. F. Clark, F. Happertield, Mrs. W. W. Jenkins, Mrs. L. M. Grist, Dr. J. It. Allison and Edward Thomas. We will call for and deliver beds, weighing them when receivingand returning them. HO BBS A DUNLAP. December 10 47 tf AXXOl Xt'EMEXT. TX order to REDUCE STOCK and to make a change in business after the 1st of January, 1HH<>, I will sell MY ENTIRE STOCK at reduced prices until the last of December. Now is THE TIME TO BUY HOLIDAY PRESENTS. Call early and make your selections before the stock is picked over. My stock is LARGE AND CHOICE and the prices are marked down to suit the times. It. BRANDT, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Chester, S. C. December 10 50 3t CHATTEL MORTGAGES, MORTGAGES of Real Estate, and Titles to Real Estate. For sale at the ENQUIRER OFFICE. H. P. ADICKES. | ON MONDAY, DEC. 14TH, 7 j WE WILL INAUGURATE OUR REGULAR Holiday Opening OF ! i i DOLLS, FANCY GOODS 7 AND T O Y S. w K will display this season the largest and T T IllOSl IMeglllll, MIOUK ncuaiocvu cauiu^vu. Purchasing, as wo do, from the largest dealers, we are enabled to otter specially low prices to those looking for CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Our reputation for being the leading house in Yorkville in HOLIDAY GOODS, of every description, will be fully sustained this season. Our purchases are larger and embrace greater variety than ever before. An unusually large Invoice of Fine Books, Decidedly the most appropriate and lastingpresentstobehad. WE WILL SHOW A very large stock of TOY PICTURE BOOKS, for small children, at various prices. Larger Juveniles, in beautiful C'hromo board covers at 2.5, 50 and 75 cents. Also a lot in Cloth and silver and gold. Chatterbox. Little Folks?A magazine for the young. Three Vassar Girls in Italy. Three Vassar Girls in England. Three Vassar Girls in South America. Three Vassar Girls Abroad. The Knockabout Club in the Woods. The Knockabout Club in the Tropics. The Knockabout Club Alongshore. Zigzag Journeys in the Levant. Zigzag Journeys in Classic Lands. Zigzag Journeys in Northern Lands. Zigzag Journeys in the Orient. Zigzag Journeys in Europe. Zigzag Journeys in the Occident. Zigzag Journeys in Acadia. Pilgrim's Progress in cloth and gold. Life of Napoleon in cloth and gold. Thaddeus of Warsaw in cloth and gold. Arabian Nights in cloth and gold. Complete Letter Writer in cloth and gold. French Fairy Tales in cloth and gold. Standard Fairy Tales in cloth and gold. American Family Robinson in cloth and gold. Stories from Ancient History in cloth and gold. Stories from Modern History in cloth and gold. Swiss Family Robinson in cloth and gold. vEsop's Fables in cloth and gold. Scottish Chiefs in cloth and gold.^ ^ ^ Child's History or itngianu in cium unu guiu. Many of the above can be had in words of one syllable, ehromo board covers. ' A lot of line Imported Landscape Poems in cloth, inlaid in gold and colors. .Sacred Gleanings. Tennyson's Poems. Hemans' Poems. C'rabbe's Poems. Scott's Poems. Moore's Poems. Burns' Poems. Byron's Poems. Goldsmith's Poems. Tapper's Poems. Gleanings from the Poets. Shakspeare's Poems. Gems of Great Authors. Young's Poems. Coleridge's Poems. Pope's Poems. C'owper's Poems. Montgomery's Poems. Wordsworth's Poems. Kirke White's Poems. Herbert's and Heber's Poems. Milton's Poems. Songs, Sacred and Devotional. Dryden's Poems. Homer's Poems. Proctor's Poems. Campbell's Poems. Thomson's Poems. Aytoun's Poems. Jenny June's Cook Book. The Reason Why?Natural History. The Reason Why?Biblical. The Reason Why?General Science. Dr. Chase's Family Physician, Farrier, BeeKeeper,and Second Receipt Book. Nights With Uncle Remus; Myths and Legends of the Old Plantation. Warren's Household Physician. Hill's Manual of Social and Business Forms. Longfellow's Poems. E. P. Roe's Works. Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer." Mark Twain's "A Tramp Abroad." Macauley's History of England, 5 vols., in a box, cloth. Hume's History of England, 5 vols., in abox, cloth. Gibbon's Rome, 5 vols., in a box, cloth. Irving's Works, 10 vols., in a box, cloth. A lot of beautiful 4-to and large quarto volumes, fine cloth, beveled, and full gilt, comprising a series of fine steel engravings, from designs by the most lamous arusus. "Forest, Rock and Stream?W. H. Bartlett. Mountain, Lake and River?W. H. Bartlett. Picturesque American Scenery. Picturesque Russia and Greece. The Heart of Europe: From the Rhine to the Danube. Picturesque European Scenery. Beautiful Serus. Beautiful Wild Flowers of America. Flowers of the Field and Forest. Gustave Pore's Dante Inferno. Gustave Pore's Milton's Paradise Lost. Gustave Pore's Bible Gallery. Gustave Pore's Purgatory and Paradise. Gustave Pore's La Fontiane's Tables. Gustave Dore's Don Quixotte. Gustave Pore's Atala. All of the above are beautifully bound and printed on heavy vellum paper. Avery large supply of Novelties in elegant Xmas Cards, and Illus'trated Silk fringed Poems. Fine Family Bibles. Fine Pocket Bibles. Fine Testaments. Fine Presbyterian Psalms and Hymns. Family Prayer Books. Church Prayer and Hymnals. Photograph"and Autograph Albums in great variety. Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, fine Baskets, Scrap Books, Music Folios, Ink Stands, Paper Weights, Clocks, fine Papeteries in elegant boxes, Glove Boxes, Cuff Boxes, Gold Pens and Pencils, Visiting Cards, Dominoes, Chess, Checkers, Checker Boards, Backgammon Boards, Dice, Transparent Slates, Perforated Boards, Fancy Glazed Papers, Gold, Silver and Tissue Papers, Drawing Papers, Drawing Materials, Book and Sleeve Straps, School Satchels, Tool Chests, Pocket Knives, Call Bells, Rubber Balls, Tops, Harmonicas, Muslin Flags, Paper Bucket Lanterns, Pocket Books, Card Boxes, Marbles, Corkscrews, Royal Glue, Indellible Ink, large and small Wooden Wagous, Carts and Wheelbarrows, Toy Pianos, Domino Masks, Fire Crackers, Paper Caps and Pistols, Target Guns, Drums, Horns, Whistles, Rubber Balloons, Brass Flutes, Banjos, Ac. Mechanical Locomotives, Fire Toys, and the entire family of Dolls, from Punch and Judy down to Czar of Russia, in China, Wax, China Limb, Rubber and Wool. Roller Skates, China Tea and Toilet Sets, Toy Watches, Trumpets, Hammers, Hatchets, Toy Scales, Nine Pins, Building Blocks, Mammoth Cubes, Surprise - . A.L-a TV. - Wt,!na liOXeS, I> ^Diutna^iuHu c M.x,, . Guns, Skipping Hopes, Wire Baskets, Doll Carriages, Bedsteads, Tin Pails, Water Pots, Shovels, Waiters, Banks, Horses and Carts, Fire Kitchens, Wax Candles, Cornucopias, Toy Scissors, Towel Racks, Work Tables, Table" Mats, Dish Mops, Table Scarfs, Tidies, Splashers, Ladies' Velvet and Leather Bags, Toy Brooms and all kinds of material for Fancy Work. Stamping done on any material at short notice. We will show the best 5 and 10 cent counter goods in this market. Remember that we will take your subscription for any paper or magazine published at as low rates as you can get it from the publishers, and save you postage and money order fee. We will alsofurnish any magazine or paper by the week or month from our News Counter, and in this way you only pay when you get it. We are still ahead on Shoes", Boots, and Staple Dry Goods, and don't you forget it. The cheapest Janes, Kerseys and Cassimeres in market. Special low prices on Blankets, Flannel and Wool Dress Goods, Bed Ticks, 10-4 Sheeting, 4-4 Brown Homespun, Drills, Ducks, Hickory Shirtings, Cotton Flannels, and low priced Dress Goods at rock bottom prices. Acknowledged headquarters for all kinds of Notions, Small Wares, Millinery and Stationery. Big Drives in IIome-Made Janes Pants, Cotton Flannel Drawers. Special low prices on Me ri 110 l IlUlTDUUia uuu WANTED. Wool, Wool Socks, Wool Janes and Linseys, and everybody to call and get a pair of Shoes or Boots. All sizes of Rubber Boots and Shoes. H. F. ADICKES. G. H. O'LEARY. COOKING STOVES AND RANGES! I HAVE just received u CAR LOAD of Charles Noble & Co's stoves?making stock on hands 56 COOKING STOVES AND RANGES Of this Factory. As these Stoves have been sold in this county for over twenty years. they speak for themselves as to quality and durability, and as to prices they have been bought so that I am prepared meet prices of any parties who claim to do a wholesale business. CAST IRON RANGES. For $25 and $30 we will sell a CAST IRON RANGE with all the improvements which we believe prove to be of more service than the Sheet Iron Ranges which have been selling at $65.00. RICHMOND STOVE CO.'S STOVES. "f * *? *1-5 we nave receive iuis ivbbk, ? mi^e iui ui mroo Stoves which will make with Stock on hand 38 Cooking Stoves of this Factory. 16 HEATING STOVES. 1(1 Heating Stoves of both the above Factories making my present stock of Stoves, 110, which must be sold. A SIDE ISSUE-A LADY'S SADDLE. Since my car load purchase of last Fall I have sold 101 Stoves, which I consider pretty good for a dull year, on a "side issue" or business?the reason "is good?no expense except warehouse room, and money invested, and people are learning that it is business to buy from a local dealer who sells them right; and when they want a Fire Back or Grate all they have to do is to call and get it without sending to Trov, N. Y. or Ohio for G or 8 lbs of casting?frefght costing three times as much as the repairs cost. For these and many other reasons it is to your advantage to call" on G. H. O'LEARY, Dealer in Furniture, Stoves, Carpets, Saddles and Harness. G. H. O'LEARY. RIDDLE & PEGRAM. NEW CROP OF MOLASSES. WE offer, by way of introduction, a few barrels of fancy "and extra choice New Orleans Molasses. Buy them and get a pure article. (rftneral Sunnlies. ?rr We have in Store the largest stock of general Groceries and Plantation Supplies it has ever been our pleasure to offer to the trade, and would most respectfully solicit the patronage of all who wish to make purchases in our line, as we offer prices that mean business. SEED OATS. We still have on hand a few hundred bushels of choice Seed Oats, and would be pleased to have orders from any who may wish a good article of white Seed Wheat at $1.75 per bushel. Bagging and Ties. We shall be able to furnish our customers throughout the season in Bagging and Ties. STUDEBAKER WAGONS. We have in stock and to arrive a full line of sizes of this celebrated Wagon, and shall be glad to talk wagon to any who may wish to purchase as good if not the best wagon on our market. NOTICE. As the first of November is near, we would most respectfully call the attention of any who mav be indebted to us, either by Note or Account, to the fact that we must have money. They will please settle early. KIDDLE & PEGRAM. T. B. McCLAO d CO. MOtmiX CABBAGE. MOUNTAIN CABAAGE at 3 cents a pound. Mixed Pickles at 31.00 per gallon, try them, they are tine. Flour, Bacon, Sugar, Coffee, dec., | at bottom prices. Our Very Low Prices Are cutting down our stock of Hats very fast, but still we have some left at less than New" York cost. Our Crockery and Glassware At any price, to reduce stock. Shell Road and RebefGirl are still the LEADING TOBACCOS, i And the Old Colony Cigar is the smoker's delight. Try our Buck Thorn Wire Fencing, The cheapest and best on the market. T. B. McCLAIN & CO. LP WRY ?fc STARR. cMstmasTxmas, xmas AT IiOWHY cfe STARIl'S. A LARGE lot of fancy and useful articles suitable for Xmas anil New Year presents, consisting of lovely Cologne and Odor Cases, Ink Stands, the largest line of Gold Pens ever offered at Yorkville. A splendid present for a gentleman?Gold Pen and Pencil combined. Buy one of our Scissors Cases?the most useful present you can give your wife. Celluloid Dressing Cases, Manicure Sets, Mirrors, Puff. Cutglass Cologne bottles, Plain Pressed Cologne Bottles?filled or without Cologne, Fancy Soaps, Colgate, Kirk, McKisson, and Robbins' goods. Extracts, Colognes, Toilet Water and Pomades in the greatest profusion. XMAS CARDS ! XMAS CARDS!! Weaie expecting a large lot of Xmas cards about the last of this week. They will be of new and original designs, and we would be pleased if all wishing these pleasant little remembrances would call and inspect our sfock, as Ave feel sure Ave can please you, both in variety and price. REMEMBER THE SICK ! A bottle of some standard remedy, applicable to the case, presented to your friend, may oe me means of restoring him to health and strength. Remedies at LOWRY & STARR'S. HIcELWEE DARWIHr. | TENNESSEE HOGS. At FIVE CENTS CASH. Cheaper than you can raise meat at home, without the trouble. Call early and select your swine, as we propose to sell out this car load on short notice. Remember now that we propose to sell and we are going to do it. WE STILL WANT MOST ?100,000, worth of hides. We have bought a small proportion of this amount and we will b" glad if our friends will bring us enough to make out the balance. IT IS USELESS TO SAY THAT WE ARE Prepared to furnish anything in the meat line on the shortest possible notice, and on order we can furnish our friends with anything from Pig feet to a whole beef. 100,000 TURKEYS WANTED. We will pay the highest cash price for Turkeys and Geese. We pay fancy prices for old Turkey * Goblers. McELWEE it DARWIN. MAY Ac MAY, ^ IS DRUGGISTS. IS DRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS. FULL and complete stock on hand. BLUE STONE, BLUE STONE. Pnm##nil rrpt, vonr balance, chean. A full stock of S. S. S. and B. B.B. Phillip's Phosphates and Cod Liver Oils. Fellow's Hynophosphites, Lime and Soda. Wizard Oil, large and small. Tutt's Hair Dye. Richmond A Pemberton's CHRISTMAS GOODS. A beautiful lot of fine Boxes, Extracts and Colognes. Also, Combs, Brushes, fine Face Powders, Hagan's Magnolia Balm and Bloom of Youth. LISTEN. If advertising don't pay, just come and ask MAY A MAY how many bottles of Proctor's celebrated Glue they have sold in 60 days, aud then you will try it yourself, as many good men have done before you. MAY & MAY. APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, Administrator of the estate of W. BOLIVAR BYERS, deceased, has made a final settlement with the Judge of Probate for York county, and on the 12th day of January, 1886, at 12 o'clock, M., will make application for a final discharge from liability as Administratrix of the said estate. MARY E. BYERS, Administratrix. December 10 SO fit - '