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Sunday-School Picnic. There will be a Sunday-school picnic at Mt. Vernon on Saturday before the fourth Sunday in September. Rev. A. Coke Smith, Professor at Wofford Collego, will be there on Saturday and Sunday and deliver an address on Sundayschools and education, and preach on Sunday. Rev. W. W. Daniel, of Yorkville, will be with " him. Every body is invited to kill a chicken and come. S. McLeod. August 25 34 tf Baptist Sunday-School Convention. The York Baptist Sunday-School Convention will be convened at Shiloh* Church, near Hoodtown, on Friday before the 5th Sunday in this month. Every Church composing the body is earnestly requested to send a full delegation. The pastor of each church is also requested to attend. J. A. WHITE, President. F. H. Dover, Secretary. August 18 *33 2t The Treasure House of Memory. Let these facts be stowed away in the treasure house of your memory: 1st. That Longman & Martinez' Pure Prepared Paint, is the only Paint on the market that has an absolute and unequivocal guarantee protect n ing tne consumer againsi loss. 2nd. That it now has the largest sale and most general use of any Paint manufactured in the United States. 3rd. That it is as popular with the Painter as it is with the property owner. 4th. That these distinctions attach to it on account of the purity of its ingredients, their scientific combination and wonderful durability. If you intend to paint don't buy anything else. See Kitykexoal. .1 A Rose By any other name would smell as sweet, but "Piedmont Beauty" Tobacco under another name is a fraud. Don't be beguiled by parties who tell you they have the "Beauty" under another brand. Its popularity is a cause of jealousy. There is but one P. B. and it is controlled in town by Kiiy'kexdal. An Easy Sum. If the United States silver dollar contains only 71 cents worth of bullion, how many cans of Detroit Carriage Black worth a dollar a can in gold, will a half dozen of them buy at IvUYkexdal's ? Answer, 6. A Clean Article. Harness on which the J I C Oii has been used does not soil, the hands. J I C Oil does not gum or stick, but renders soft and pliable the hardest and driest leather. Sold only by Kuykexdal. Active, Poshing and Reliable, Lowry <fc Starr can always be relied upon to carry in stock the purest and*best goods, and sustain the reputation of being active, pushing and reliable, by recommending articles with well established merit and such asare popular. Having the agency for the celebrated Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, colds and coughs, will sell on a positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and every affection of throat, lungs, or chest, and in order to prove our claim, we ask you to call and get a Trial Bottle Free. Wonderful Cnrcs. W. D. Hoytifc Co., Wholesale and Retail Drug TV r* _ oollinrv PSIS OI nouiu, via., sa^y ; r?c uuvo uccn ooiau^ Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica Salve, for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell as well, and five such universal satisfaction. There have een some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption have been entirely cured by the use of a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken in connection with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold by Lowry <fe Starr. Bucklen's Arnicu Salve. The best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Lowry <fc Starr. July 14 28 ly COMMERCIAL" HOTEL, BIiACE'S, S. C., JAMES RAINES, Proprietor. NEWLY FURNISHED. Politeand attentive servants. Sanlple Rooms Convenient. Reasonable Rates. I HAVE COMETO STAY. 1 WOULD respectfully inform my former customers and the public generally that I have returned to Yorkville and opened a BARBER SHOP in the building one door north of the Enquirer office, and would be pleased to have EVERY ONE of my old customers and a host of NEW ones bestow* their patronage upon me. I guarantee satisfaction every time. Liberal terms to monthly customers. Don't fail to recollect me when you want an easy shave or a stylish hair-cut. Razors put in thorough order at very reasonable prices. C. M. CHURCH. August 25 34 tf C ALL FOR THE REASSEMBLING OF THE COUNTY CONVENTION. THE Delegates elected to the County Democratic Convention, which was held at Yorkville, S. C., on the 26th day of July, A. D., 1886, m/i oftinnriipfl to meet on MONDAY, THE 6TII DAy"o? SEPTEMBER, A. D., 1886, are hereby reminded to re-assemble in the COURT HOUSE AT YORKVILLE, on the day last named, at 11 o'clock, A. M. R. H. GLENN, County Chairman. W. B. McCaw, Secretary. August 2."? 34 2t LAND FOR SALE. 1 OFFER for sale my PLANTATION in York county, S. C., lying on the waters of Catawba River and Mill Creek; one mile from Boyd's Ferry, and adjoining lands of "Graham's Quarter," B. F. Boyd and others, containing 310 acres. Of this "tract tiftv acres are tine BOTTOM LAND, one hundred acres in timber, and the balance in a good state of cultivation, and sufficient for a four-liorse farm. On the premises is a comfortable DWELLING HOUSE and nec essarv outbuildings. For further particulars apply to the undersigned, on the premises, or address at Zeno, York county, S. C. * S. S. SMITH. August 20 34 tf ~ FO R CO IX1Y COlin ISSIOX E R. To the Voters of York County: The office of COUNTY COMMISSIONER is justly regarded as one of the most responsible positions of public trust in the county. The importance of the position is properly estimated by our State Judiciary, who seldom, in charging grand juries, omit to remind them, as also the Commissioners themselves, of the importance of the office, and the power in their hands for the weal or the woe of the people whom they serve. Recognizing this fact, and without depreciating the claims of any one of the worthy citizens now before the voters of York for their suffrages for the office, we respectfully beg to nominate for re-election the present Clerk of the Board, Dr. JAMES B. ALLISON. It was the intention of Dr. Allison not to be a candidate for re-election; but citizens who were anxious for him to continue in the position, have urged him to reconsider his determination, and in accordance with their wishes, he has consented for his name to be announced as a candidate, provided that he shall not be subjected to the expense and labor of making a canvass of the county. And in proposing his name for reelection, we feel that with his past public services before the people, a canvass by him at this time would be entirely unnecessary?in the sense that an office-seeking canvass is usually made?for the purpose of becoming acquainted with the people and soliciting their votes on condition of rendering faithful and efficient service. While he has held the office sufficiently long to have become known by the people of every section of the county, his past record is sufficient guarantee of a faithful discharge of his duties in the future. But while his efficiency must be admitted by all, there are other and no less important considerations for recommending him for the office, a principal one of which is his place of residence being at the Court House. The convenience of having at least one member of the Board resident at the Court House, where he may be seen and consulted, or records of the office examined at any time, has been demonstrated on numerous occasions since Dr. Allison has been a member of the Board; and as regular meetings of the Board are not held oftener than twice a month, the convenience of having a member accessible in the office at all times, is one of great consequence to the people, requiring no elaboration within the limits of an advertisement. While Dr. Allison has always been accessible, except when out of town on official business, he is also courteous and accommodating in serving the public, whether called upon at any unusual time, or during a regular meeting of the Board. His familiarity with all the routine duties of iu ol<n wrtrtliv nf ?*nn?irlftration. With ati experience of five years or more, he is not only familiar with alj'the duties pertaining to the clerical conduct of the Commissioners' otlico, hut he has also practically acquired that knowledge of a Commissioner's duties as to readily comprehend the details of any subject presented for county legislation, or to promptly act upon any emergency that may arise. \Vith thtfse facts presented, and in thus recommending Dr. Allison for re-election, we trust that he will be one to receive a nomination in the approaching primary election. Many Votkks. August 25 34 tf JOHN C. KUYKENDAL. A f ITH YOU CAY READ THIS anno* the o: ject tc tion. praeti WITH * sionei ore. telligf over t Auf ONE HAND TIED BEHIND YOUR BACK, rim lfu dischi SION date f YOU Willi find at the YORK DRUG STORE ^ the largest stock of goods, the lowest possi ble prices, the most painstaking and polite service to customers, scrupulous exactness in com- eje*tj( pounding prescriptions, thegreatest appreciation ject t< of patronage, careful and prompt attention to cratic orders, no "deceit upon the weights" and the Auj golden rule applied in all business transactions, TY C theap ARRIVED. 117 w COLT? Clover and Orchard Grass Seed, this year's fubje( crop. lha m JOHN C. KU Y KEN DAL. Au* T", .???ggM.?, the of W. C. LATIMER. " ~ ~ w cou> subjet the pr AT A SACRIFICE. == FOR ALL kinds of Spring and Summer Goods at W' sacrifice. nomii As I expect to go North for my Fall and Win- REPI ter Goods very soon, I have decided to close out ject tc my electk Aug Spring and Summer Stock WJ ject to the pr At, (and a great many) below New York Cost. Aug I do this because I do not like io carrv goods over from one season to another, ancf would rather have cost than do so. These bargains will fT continue HOUJ the ac ry ele Aug For Remainder of the Season, ss for thi the D( So if you need anything of the kind, don't fail to calf, for we mean exactly what we say. Aug W. C. LATIMER. W] the H to the mary Tub JOHN F. SPECK. rpH) X p the of Only A Few Days Longer. 23 lost h * many 1WILL continue to sell goods at cost for only piaces a few days longer, or v perfor Aug Until the 15th of September, T'n mends COU> And all persons wanting goods in my line had subjec better call at once. tbe ne All persons having . j Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, ^ COM? In my Store for repairs must call for the same Demo on orbefore the 15th of September, or they Jul? miii WILL BE SOLI) M ry ele .Tun For the repairing. T7RI JOHN F. SPECK, Jeweler. ? t COM? LOWRY & STARK. fully C ( HILLS, FEVER, AGUE. thech forma Jul: Sa Ca Ca == SURE CHILL CURE W the D< tion. IS WARRANTED JuU mil To Cure Every Time, judo voters j eleetu ANY case of Chills and Fever, Dumb (.'hills, Buck Ague, Intermittent or Remittent Fe- "1V7J ver. Every bottle sold under a positive guaran- j j tee, and if it does not cure we will give your FICE money back. Purely vegetable. Can be taken TY, s by the most delicate persons. Manufactured .Tun and sold onlv bv * * LOWRY it STARR. T". J. W. DOBSOX. York' WANTED. JU" f\?\?\ BUXDLES of good Fodder. Wl^ J2U?UUU J. W- DOBSOX. JJ0 BLADES AND SNATHS. 8Ujj" ? 1 RASS Blades and Snaths for sale at < It j. w. dobsox's. GLASS AND PETTY. WIXDOW Glass and Putt v for sale cheap, at . J.*W. DOBSOX'S. TOBACCO. XP you want cheap Tobacco, go to \\J 1 J. W. DOBSOX'S. TT at gre: WcCOXXELLSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, McCoimellNville, S. C. ! V3W THE FALL TERM of this School Jnj^^ will begin 011 MONDAY, AUGUST .'10TII, 188G. Location healthy. Instruction thorough. Students pre- Jl,?J pared for business or college. ? S Primary per scholastic month SI 5(1 Intermediate per scholastic month 2 "><) Academic per scholastic month 3 (H? I Collegiate per scholastic month 4 (X) Incidental fee 50 cents per term. ... Xo deduction for absence except for sickness 1> " ? protracted two weeks or more. Tuition payable , aper one-half at the beginning and the other half at j the close of each term of five months. For further particulars address. J. II. WILSON*, Principal, j August 11 32 2m A DGER COLLEGE, I chiefs '.Valhalla, S. C. Ilose, REV. J. C. BRODFUEIIRKU, A. 1 filTY| 'KgBKjp M., Chairman, Professor of Mental and Moral Science, etc. MARSHAL S. STRIBLIXO, A. 15., Professor of Mathematics. Ligl W. 1). SIMPSON, Jr., B. S., Professor of Iain- Ac., at guages. please E. A. SIMPSON, B. S., Professor of Natural Sciences, etc. The Fall Session begins SEPTEMBER 1GTII, i 18St?. Collegiate and Sub-Collegiate classes. Tuition and board remarkably moderate. A y()(J health resort. A superior place for diligent men-! tal application. For Circular, contaiuingfurther Mmm^m information, address any member of the Faeultv, or JOHN 1>. VERNEIt. I> President Board of Trustees, i jTtb August IS 315 2m Jfnl SCHOOL NOTICE. i ^ MISS ANNIE RAWLIXSOX will resume the exercises of her School Board SEPTEMBER 1st, lSSti. August 11 3- "it J ub moracEMENm OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. E many friends of ANDREW J. HOFFIAN, of Bethesda township, respectfully inee him as a candidate for nomination to (lice of COUNTY COMMISSIONER, sub?the result of the Democratic prima^ elecSlr. HOFFMAN has had thirty years' cal experience in trestle and bridge buildmd with him on the Board, the Commis-s could not be imposed upon by contractBesides, Mr. HOFFMAN is a man of innice and firmness, and if elected will watch he interests of the people with a jealous eye. just 25 54 5t* E friends of W. H. CARROLL, respeet11 suggest hiin as eminently qualified to irge the duties of a COUNTY COMMISER, and hereby announce him as a candior the position, subject to the action of the eratlc partv at the primary election, just 18 * 33 * 7t? E are authorized to announce ROBERT W. WHITESIDES as a candidate for rein as a COUNTY COMMISSIONER, snbi the result of the action of the Denioparty at the primary election, just 18 33 tf R are authorized to announce Capt. E. R. MILLS a candidate for the office of COUNOMMISSIONER, subject to a decision in proaching primary election, just 11 * 32 tf E are authorized to announce JOSEPH C. GWINN, a candidate for the office ot sTTY COMMISSIONER of York County, ;t to the action of the Democratic voters at ixt primary election, just 11 * 32 tf E friends of D. WALLACE FOWLER reaectfully announce him as a candidate for fice of COUNTY COMMISSIONER, subthe action of the Democratic voters at the aching primary election, just 4 31 tf E are authorized to announce JAMES W. BLACK as a candidate for the office of ITY COMMISSIONER for York county, ;t to the action of the Democratic voters at imary election. r 28 30 tf HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. E are authorized to announce Hon. B. H. MASSEY, of Fort Mill, as a candidate for lation for re-election to the HOUSE OF iESENTATIVES from York county, sub> the decision of the Democratic primary >n. just 25 34 tf E are authorized to announce E. D. THOMPSON, Jr., of Zeno, as a candidate ; HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, subi the decision of the Democratic voters at imary election. just 25 34 tf E are authorized to announce WILLIAM H. STEWART as a candidate for the ?E OR REPRESENTATIVES, subject to tiou of the Democratic party at the priinaction. ;ust 25 34 tf LLOCK'S CREEK TO WNSHIPannou noes OHN DAVID HAMILTON as a candidate e LEGISLATURE, subject to the action of imooratic partv, in the primary. "WEST SIDE." ;ust 4 31 tf E are authorized to announce W. 11. WILSON, Jr., as a candidate for re-election to OUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, subject action of the Democratic party at the prielection. 7 2S 30 tf FOR COUNTY TREASURER. IE many friends of Dr. W. II. SMITH are leased to announce him as a candidate for lice of COUNTY TREASURER of York y, subject to the decision of the primary >n. Dr. Smith is a crippled soldier, having is leg in the late war, and is known in portions of the county, having taught 1 near Clover, McConnellsville and other :. If elected, we speak for him a faithful mance of the duties of the office. ;ust25 34 tf IE undersigned would respectfully anounce himself a candidate for a recomition for reappointment to the office of 1TY TREASURER OF YORK COUNTY, 't to the action of the Democratic voters at xt primary election. II. A. I). NEELY. e 23 25 tf OR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. S are authorized to announce Rev. L. A. JOHNSON as n candidate for SCHOOL JISSIONER, subject to the action of the cratic partv at the next primary election. V 14 " 28 _ tf IE undersigned respectfully announces :i? a eniididnte for SCHOOL COM IONER, subject to the action of the Demovoters of York county, at the next primaction. D. HARRISON. e 23 2G Gt? ENDS having announced,ine as a candilate for the oilice of COUNTY SCHOOL JISSIONER, I hereby take the opportunideclaring myself as such, subject to the on of the primary election. As it may be isible for me to make as thorough a canvass s county as I would desire, I would respectannounce that should I be designated as loice of the people, I promise a faithful pernce of the duties of the oilice. W. N*. ELDER. y 28 30 tf FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE. E are authorized to announce JAMES R. KENNEDY as a candidate for PRORATE JE of York county, subject to the action of miocratic voters at the'next primary elecyr 28 30 tf E undersigned would respectfully anounce himself a candidate for PRORATE IE, subject to the action of the Democratic i of York County, at the next primarv >n. " W. J. ROWEN. 7 21 20 lOt? E are authorized to announce J. REATTY WILLIAMS for re-nomination to the OFOF PRORATE JUDGEOF YORK COUNubjectto the result of the primary election. 7 7 27 * tf FOR COUNTY AUDITOR. IS undersigned respectfullvaunounceshimdf as a candidate for COUNTY AUDITOR, ;t to the action of the Democratic voters of county at the next primarv election. JAMES A. WATSON, e 10 2:5 tf G are authorized to annouce W. R. WILLIAMS as a candidate for renomiuatiou to FFICE OF AUDITOR of York county, ;t to result of the primary election, e 30 2(5 " tf WEDY BROS. & BARRON. kllGAIXS IX iXOTIIIXO. S are offering our entire stock of Gents' Clothing, Sacks, Cutaway and Frock Suits, iitly reduced prices. Seeds! Seeds !! Seeds!!! ; received Clover, Orchard Orass, Lucerne urnip Seeds. Landreths' Turnip Seeds in fids papers and in original sealed pound kres. hooks, ac . have a stock of School Hooks, Ink, Slates, , Ac-. Iii tlic Xotion Une ive just received Oents'Shirts, lLmdkerand Half-Hose, Ladies' and Children's Ac. [.hi:k dress hoods, <& . it Calicoes, Muslins, Summer Dress Hoods, t reduced prices. Call and see if we can't f you. Axes! Axes!! Axes!! ! i can find a lot of good Chopping Axes, at KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON'S. HE WEST FEMALE COLLEGE. Jl SESSION OPENS FIRST MONDAY OF OCTOBER. Ten teachers. Ten pianos in constant use. Facilities in iSp French and Music, Instrumental and W Vocal, unsurpassed. Prospects of the ;e were never brighter. Whole cost of and regular Tuition for year, ?Hif>.0<). Catalogue apply to J. P." KENNEDY, President , 21 t>t H. F. ADICKES. ! SCHOOL BEGINS IN a short while, and we are ready with a full stock of SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Appleton's, Sainton's and MoGufl'y's Renders, all numbers. A full line of Robinson's and Sandford's Arithmetics. Maury's, Cornell's and Appleton's Geographies. Swinton's Histories. Swinton's Word Books and Word Primers. Webster's Dictionaries and Spelling Books. Reed & Kellogg's Graded Lessons in English. Reed A Kellogg's Higher Lessons in English. Sill's Lessons in English. Whitney's Essentials of English Grammar. Well's Science of Common Things. Fenno's Science and Art of Elocution, and many other hooks used in COMMON SCHOOLS. Any book not in stock and wanted, will be furnished on short notice. School Stationery of evfcry kind. School Crayons, Slate Pencils, Slates, Pens, Inks, Copy Books, Composition Books, School Bags, Lunch Baskets, Book Straps, Ac., Ac. We have a well selected stock of MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, Of every description, at publishers' prices. A large and varied stock of Bibles, Testaments, Psalms and Hymns, David's Psalms, new version ; Baptist Harmony, Family Prayer Books. Timbrel of Zion, American Tune Book, Gospel Hymns and many other Hinging Books. We have a full stock of LOVELL'S LIBRARY Containing the best works of Fiction, at 10, 15 and 20 cents per volume, large type. Catalogues furnished upon application. A nice lot of Wall Paper and Window Shades. A lot of 8 ball Croquet. Just received another lot of Base Balls, Rubber Balls, fine Harmonicas and the best Shoe Polish that is made. ? OPENED THIS WEEK. A lot of latest styles in Ladies' and Misses' Hals, just bought by our popular Milliner, and , sent to us with the information that they are all | the rage in Baltimore. Along with these comes !) pieces of the newest goods in Crepe Lisse Neck Rufllings, 1H dozen Linen Collars in the newest shapes ; Bustles and a lot of Small Wares. 3,000 yards best 4-4 Brown Homespun. 1,000 yards best i Brown Homespun. A large lot of extra quality of Jeans, Kerseys and Cassimeres. A lot of Ladies' Hose at 10 cents per pair, all colors, solids ana fancies. We will open this week a lot of MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS, And Caps in the newest shapes, and at very low prices. ' | I | WE RECEIVED LAST WEEK I Large additions to our stock of Children's medium tine Shoes, Ladies' low priced Grain Lace and Button Shoes, and Men's Heavy Bals. Wo aro selling a nice Kid Button Shoe for ladies, all sizes, single flair in a box. at ?2.00 per pair. Our stock of Men's fine Shoes is not to be surpassed by any, and we are making lower prices than ever before. JUST RECEIVED, I ! A lot of extra quality India Linen at 1*21 cents p.er yard. All kinds of Summer Hoods at prices less than values, to close stock. j Our Centre Counters are laden with jobs that are decided bargains. ! WANTED. | All kinds of Country Made Cloth for which the highest prices will be paid. j We will give more for i WELL WASHED WOOL NOW i i i Than we can do later in the season. Bring what ' you have to sell NOW. 1 II. V. A DICK ICS. T. M. DOBSON & CO. SEPTEMBER 10TH, 1886. PERSONS who owe us and want to make good interest on their money, can get 5 per cent, otr their account by settling with us by September 10th, for this year's account. All accounts aresupposod to be due on the 1st of November. So you can see that it is tine interest. Also remember that our Dress Goods are still Selling At Cost, And there are some very desirable ones, too. Now is the time to get big bargains from the Old Chap. "Mrs. Venable, did you get that nice dress I saw you wearing the other day, from the Old Chap ?" "Yes, mam, and it onlv cost me 10 cents per rnnl " J "Well, it is just like mine, and I gave 15 cents for it." "Mrs. Jackson, I have always told you to see the Old Chap before you buy.* You could have saved 75 cents on that one little purchase. So you see you had better always consult the Old Chap's cheap goods before you buy. Have you seen his Gold and Silver Shirts, they are the best I ever saw for the money. None Like Them In York. He is selling all his other Shirts at cost to close out. Come and see the Gold Shirt; it has no equal in Yorkville. OUR CLOTH SHOES Have been run down to 50 cents per pair to close out. Call soon, if you expect to get any. Listen About Our Millinery. We are still selling Ladies'Hats at 10 cents. Only a few left. Come quick if you expect to get one. Ribbons at 5 cents, worth 10 and 25 cents. Ladies' Neckwear at a mere song, to close out. All kinds of Millinery Goods at greatly reduced prices. THE D0BS0N TIE,' For every day wear just knocks the spots out of all otherevery day Shoes in Yorkville. Don't buy until you* see "the Old Chap. We have the best Hat for men's wear, for SI.50, ever sold in this place for that money. See them before you buy. Old Oaken Bucket, Belle of York and Lucy Hinton Tobaccos. Belle of York Ahead Of any 50 cents Tobacco. Machines of all kinds and Machine Needles and Shuttles, always on band. Machines from ?5.00 up warranted to give satisfaction. Valises and Trunks for sale cheap. Home-Made Kentucky Janes Just arrived. The very thing for every-day wear. We have just received a Calf-skin Shoe for Children and Misses, that cannot be beat for comfort and wear. The yerv thing for every day wear. Call and see before you buy. Price $1.50 and 81.75 per pair. Prico of the Dobson Tie 82. T. M. DOBSON it CO., Leaders in Millinery and Dress-Making. HUNTER & GATES. A CLIMAX. READ every advertisement in this paper on DRY GOODS and each one will claim special advantages in low prices. You will find one headed "BARGAINS," In which it is claimed that they want to close out their Summer Stock at a reduction, and will give you unheard of Bargains in every department. You will see another under the heading, "AT COST," And they will cl?dm to be selling their entire stock at New York cost, and so on throughout each one. Now we do not mean that you must doubt a single word in any, for they are doubtless all true, but we simply ask j'ou to read all, and then Come to The Mammoth To have your expectations fulfilled for there the climax in low prices for select goods is certainly reached. Yes, you will be ready to exclaim, we can ask no more, THE CLIMAX IS REACHED, And we are satisfied. We still have special Bargain Counters containing attractive goods, For these you are to fix vour own prices. HUNTER it GATES. FREW BROTHERS. ROCK III LI.. S. C. STEP FAST, STEP FAST, Or You Will be too Late! WE have had such great success in selling out our stock of SUMMER GOODS, Since ottering such extraordinary inducements, that we are now determined to make a CLEAN SWEEP OF THE BALANCE At some price. So if you desire anything in the way of SUMMER ffOODS we will make the PRICE SO LOW, That you mil afford to carry over to^ another .season. FANS AND STRAW HATS at one half their value. FREW HUGS. Rock 11 i11, S. I'., August, 18, 188(5. M. STRAUSS. " GREAT INDUCEMENTS. M. STRAUSS. DETERMINED to reduce his stock, offers his Goods at SUUTI 1'RICES That any one who is in want of goods cannot fail to buy. Money is what he wants. Prices are no consideration. LINDSAY ?fc MOORE. Shingles, Doors, Blinds and Sash. JUST received one car-load of Shingles, 1 by 4 "by 18," best quality at; low price. Give us your orders for Brackets, Balustrades, Newel Posts, Mantels, Mouldings or anything wanted in Woodwork. AT POSITIVELY LOW PRICES. Nails, Locks, Hinges, Hasps, Hammers, Saws, Files, Planes, Spirit Levels, Wood Bench Screws, Squares, Dividers, Rulers, Bench Axes, Screws, Butts, Hat Hooks, Chisels, Braces and Bits, Door Bells, Picture Nails, Bolts, Gimlets, Dinner Bells, Cotton and Meat Hooks, Cotton Cards, Grindstones and Fixtures, Anvils. Vises, Grass Blades, Bush Hooks, Ames' Shovels and Spades, Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, Hoes, Plownoints and extra Handles. Hames. Chains for I'lows, Wells and Cattle. Well Buckets and Wheels, Saw Sets, Crosscut Saws, Powder, Shot, Caps, Pistols, Guns, Cartridges, Faucets, Spurs, Horse Brushes, Blacking Brushes, Whitewash Brushes, Shoe Polish, Stove Polish, Axes, Buggy Whips, Leather, Shoe Pegs, Hammers and Knives, Awls and Handles,Pocket Knives, Carving Knives and Forks, Table Knives, Butcher Knives, Kitchen Knives, and the largest stock of Pocket Knives ever seen to arrive next week. In fact, to say it all in short, everything a man has any business with can be had at our House. SEEDS, SEEDS, SEEDS. Fresh Turnip, Rye, Clover, Orchard and Blue Grass Seeds on hand at the City Grocery. Ladies Come and Inspect Onr Crockery. To attempt to tell you all about it would necessitate our buying out the ENQUIRER that we could get the entire space, for it would take it all. This we would do but for one thing, we have not time to run it. Many beautiful and attractive things in this line just received at Headquarters for Crockery. Green and Black Tea a specialty at the City Grocery. LINDSAY <Sc MOORE, Proprietors. " riddle & pegram. IN STOCK. WE have in'stock a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, consisting of all goods in Groceries and Hardware usually kept by houses in our line. TO BUILDERS. To any one contemplating building, we would announce that we have secured the Agency for the celebrated Limestone Water Flame Lime, and shall be pleased to furnish, in either small or car load lots, at the lowest possible prices, WHEAT BRAN. We have in store a small lot of mixed Bran, which, owing to its richness, makes an excellent feed for stock. RIDDLE A PEGRAM. LATTA BROTHERS CONTINUE TO ADD. WE continue to add to our stock of Groceries, and have just received 75 barrels of Flour, one car-load of Corn, a lot of fresh Mackerel, Bacon, Sugar, Canned Goods, ite., enabling ns to fill the wants of all. LATTA BROTHERS. HARDWARE. Call on us for Grain Cradles, Hoes, Plows, Hames, Singletrees, Shovels, Sad Irons, Coffee Mills, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Ac. LATTA BROTHERS. TOBACCO. We have all grades of Tobacco from the cheapest to the best made. LATTA BROTHERS. CIGARS. Having bought an overstock of Cigars, in large quantities, we can give special inducements dv the box. LATTA BROTHERS. GEORGE T. SCHORB. HERE'S WHAT YOU WANT! IrEROSINK Oil Stoves. I have on hand a nice assortment of the above, at prices ranging from 81.50 to ?13.00. You can boil, bake, fry or do any cooking on them that is done on an ordinary Cooking Stove. They are very handy for heating irons, making preserves, Ac. Can refer you to several ladies in town who are using them with great satisfaction. I still have a full supply of HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Which I offer very low for cash. Come and see the Wilcox A White Cabinet Organ, lirst-class and fully guaranteed. Stoves, Preserving Kettles, Sauce Pans, Tinware, Crockery, and a host of nice tilings AT BOTTOM PRICES. Hooting, Painting, Guttering and Repairing done cheap and work warranted. GEO. T. SCHORB. O. G. PARISH. THUOER TO PLAY i i AT The Djiisy's. WE will sbll, for the next THIRTY DAYS, our entire stock of both DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, At Strictly Cost. We do not neea money, but we ! need room for a new stock. Now is the time to buy goods cheap. No humbug. I MEAN STRICTLY WHAT I SAY. And I never go back on my word. The Daisy will soon leave for Now York, and wants to clean out his stock for a It I VTIV IMIT CTAt'L' U Ail U 1 I MU1J OIVIII, Life is too short not to have some style about vou, crop or no crop. C..O. PARISH. BIG REDUCTION OX BEEF! /"\X and after this date, (until further notice) " " wewill furnish persons with FORE-QUARTER BEEF, AT TIIREE CENTS, provided the orders are given the evening before and the customer wants so much as a "quarter." S. A. McELWEE. WITHERS ADICKES. NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS C10XTIXUK toarrive at our Stores. Groceries ) always at the lowest living prices for pure eatables. More of those Cheap Sugars and Coffees. No. !54 roasted Coffee still retains its popularity. Pure Lard, Molasses, Syrups, etc Best Vinegar for Pickling ; Spices of all sorts; a fair table Vinegar for 35 cents; Baking Powders of all sorts, some odd brands selling out at half price; Cream Tartar, Flavoring Extracts, Chocolate, Coco, Fruits, Nuts and FANCY GROCERIES GENERALLY. New Candies and Crackers this week. The best Snowflake Crackers fresh. Remember where to get Rice and < J rits cheap. We keep the best Soda only. Teas of all sorts. Laundry materials of all "sorts?Soap, Starch, Blueing,* Indigo, Hall Potash, Ley, etc. HARDWARE. We claim the best assortment and lowest prices in this vicinity, Nails, Hinges, Fastenings of all sorts, Locks. Many additions are being received. Grass Scytlies, Broad Axes, Picks, Shovels, Cutlery,-Guns, Pistols, Ammunition, Saws, Files. Chisels, Augers, Tire and Carriage Bolts of all sorts. Come and see us for Hardware and Tools. Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Preserving Kettles, Fly Traps and Fans at low prices. A new patent Cotton Basket, which we want farmers to examine. Wooden Ware in variety?Buckets, Baskets, Brooms, Washboards, Matches of best quality cheap, two big boxes for 5 cents. Oils, Candles, Lamps and all parts of same. Tobacco and Snuff of all sorts, cheap. New Pipes, etc. We will always buy all sorts of Country Produce from Rags up. Butter is in good demand. At The Bratton Corner You will generally find Corn, Oats, Bacon, and some bargains in various lines. WITHERS ADICKES. G. H. O'LEARY. PARLOR SUITS. IN addition to a large stock of goods on hands, I have just received live assorted Parlor Suits?line, medium and common?which will be sold cheap. (i. H. O'LEARY. FURNITURE. A LARGE stock of Walnut, Cherry, Ash and Poplar Bedroom Suits, Parlor Goods, Tables, Lounges, Bureaus, Sideboards, Safes, Desks, and Wardrobes, at G. II. O'LEARY'S. UIIAIRS. REED, Ratan, Carpet, Walnut, Cherry, Oak, and Maple Chairs, all grades, and everything else kept in a Furniture Store. G. H. O'LEARY. MATTINGS, RUGS AND CARPETS. i Q ROLLS of Matting, a large line of BruslO sels, Velvet and Moyuette Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths and Carpets, at G. II. O'LEARY'S. HORSE AND MULE COLLARS. 6 DOZEN Cloth Collars, best in the market, and a large line of all other grades of Collars, at G. H. O'LEARY'S. STOVES. PARTS of two car-loads of the Charles Noble tfc Co. Stoves, of Philadelphia, and the Richmond, Va., Stove Company's Stoves. Warranted. Sold very cheap for cash, or at a reasonable profit for good paper, by G. II. O'LEARY. SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES, AC. I HAVE a large stock of Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Ac., of my own manufacture, which will be sold very cheap. A largo stock of Buggy Whips, Wagon'Whips, Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Hames, Chains, Backhands, Buckles, Bridlebits and everything else kept in an establishment of this kind. G. H. O'LEARY. tirf MAY Ac MAY, ^ ?& DRUGGISTS. HI FRUIT JARS, FRUIT JARS. ALL sizes of Mason's Improved Fruit Jars, at prices to meet competition. P1IOS. ACID, PHOS. ACID. Tlmnnlv rnlinlilo tiArvfl nrenaration. Also. Lll cas' Alterant and other preparations. WINDOW GLASS. Come and see us, we will sell you cheap. We are headquarters for Macfiine Oils and the best Cylinder Oil on the market. Plenty of B. B. B., S. S. S. and R. R. It. on hands. * All kinds of Pills, and among them the best Liver Pill in the Southern States. Only 25 cents per box. * . CHILL AND FEVER PATIENTS Get well when they try our Febrifuge. Warranted. Paints, Oils, Putty, and all kinds of Brushes. Patapsco Baking Powders and Laundry Soap. Blacking and Brushes. MAY & MAY. ROADS AND BRIDGES. To the Supervisors of Rou?lsaii<l Bridges in York County. \rOU are hereby directed to put the roads and X bridges of your respective highway districts in good order. The Board of County Commissioners require that the road hands of each and every district be called out, and at least twelve days' work, for the year lfWd, be done, if necessary* All dead trees and hanging limbs on the roadsides must be removed, all loose rocks thrown from the roadbed, and mileposts lying on the ground replaced in position. The" law makes it the duty of superintendents of highways to cause all roads in their respective districts to be posted and numbered, and a pointer placed at each fork of said roads, declaring the direction of said roads. The following abstract of the road law is published for the information of all concerned: All able-bodied males between the ages of sixteen and fifty are liable annually to work the roads not less than three nor more than twelve days, under direction of the road overseer, or pay one dollar per day in lieu of such labor. The persons warned are entited to twelve hours' notice of the place and hour of working, and of tile Kinu 01 tool 10 ue useu ; Him uuv uuc ?uu neglects to appear or refuses to work, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction before a trial justice, shall be lined not less than live dollars nor more than ten dollars, or be imprisoned in jail not less than live nor more than twenty days. The residence of any person who has a family shall be held to be where his family resides ; and that of any other person where he boards. By order of the Board, JAMES B. ALLISON, Clerk. August 4 31 tf CLERK^S SALE. South Carolina?York County. IX THE COMMON PLEAS. B. T. Wheeler, Plaintiff, against A. G. Floyd, and others, Defendants. IN obedience to the decree made in the cause as above entitled, I will expose to public sale at YORK COURT HOUSE, on the FIRST MONDAY (Sales- Day) IN SE PTE MBER Next, during the legal hours of sale, all that tract of land, situated in York county and State aforesaid, on the waters of Bullock's Creek, formerly owned and possessed by HUGH NICHOLS, adjoining lands of Francis Nichols and others, and containing 13S1 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. Tkkms.?Cash enough on day of sale to pay the entire cost of this proceeding; balance of purchase money to be paid on the 1st of January, 1887, with interest from day of sale, secured by purchaser's bond and a reservation of title. Purchaser will have the option of paying his entire bid in cash. Purchaser to pay for papers. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pis. August 11 32 4t BRIDGE CONTRACT. NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of York county, will meet the Board of County Commissioners of Lancaster county, at SUGAR CREEK, on the Dobv's Bridge Road, in Fort Mill township, on SATURDAY. THE lisTII DAY OF AUGUST, at 12 o'clock, M. The object ot the meeting is to let out to the lowest bidder, the building of A NEW BRIDGE across said stream. The contractor will be required to give a bond with two good sureties, in double the amount of bid, for the faithful performance of the contract. Plans and specifications can be examined at the otlice in Yorkville, and also at said creek on day and date above mentioned. The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Bv order of the Board. JAMES B. ALLISON, Clerk. A ,n Of AllJ?USt iO .>.) -v EXECXTOR'S NOTICE. L LL persons indebted to the estate of It. T. J\_ WHEELER, deceased, are hereby notilied to make payment to the undersigned without delay. Persons having claims against the said estate, are requested to present them, duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by law. E. SPENQER, Executor. August is 33 .'it