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DWELLING HOUSE FOR RENT.
I offer for-rent, for the year 1887 a neat and comfortable dwelling house on Main street, near the depot. For particulars apply to me at the depot. H. H. BEARD. December 7 49 tf. SOUTH CAROLINA-COUNTY OF YORK. N$ncy L. Dunlap against James M. Poag, and others. THE Creditors of SALINA POAG, deeased, are hereby notified to present and establish their claims against her estate before me at my office in Yorkville, on THURSDAY THE 29TH instant, or the same will be barred. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pis. December 7 49 4t APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, Executor of the estate of ELVY MARTIN, deceased, has made a final settlement with the Judge of Probate for York county, and on the 7th day of January, 1888, at 12 o*'clock, M., will make application for affinal discharge from liability as JCJxecuior Ol LUU I said estate. J. W. ALLISON, Executor. December 7 49 5t NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. ALL persons are hereby warned against hunting, fishing, cutting timber, carrying torches, passing over the lands or otherwise trespassing upon the premises of either of the undersigned, as the law will be rigidly enforced, to its fullest extent, against all who disregard this notice. J. A. ERVIN, R. E. GUTHRIE, E. A. CRAWFORD, W. N. ELDER, P.W.LINDSAY, MATTHEW ELDER. December 7 49 3t NOTICE. OWING to an anticipated change in our firm on JANUARY 1ST, we are compelled to collect up our business by that time. We hope, therefore, our friends will appreciate our call and respond at once, as we ao not often call on them, and only when we are obliged to ] do so. We would also remind all parties against whom we hold CHATTEL MORTGAGES that all such business must be settled. T xv v> HOPR Ar. CO. December 7 49 4t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. John W. Lawrence, Administrator, against Jane Jackson, and others.?Decree for sale, to call in creditors, etc. A GREEABLY to the decree entered herein, /V the creditors of Col. ANDREW JACKSON, deceased, are hereby notified to establish their claims before me at a Reference to be held at YORK, C. H., ON THE 2ND JANUARY, 1888, or they will be barred. JAMES B. BELL, Special Referee. December 7 49 4t STOLEN. STOLEN from the plantation of JNO. McFADDEN, 4 miles south of Yorkville, near the Chester road, on Monday night, the 5th instant, a SMALL LIGHT BAY MARE, with drooped rump, and about 8 or 10 years old. She has one gray hind leg for about 6*or 8 inches above the hoof, white spots on the back under the saddle, full mane and tail, two good eyes, and in good condition. The capture of the thief or information concerning the whereabouts of the mare, will be thankfully received and rewarded, by notifying JNO. C. KUYKENDAL, Yorkville, S. C. December 7 49 tf T. M. DOBSOX & Cft $20,000 Mast Be Sold This Month. WE have 920,000 worth of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING and MIL LINERY that must be sold in order To Make Settlement by January 1st. In order to induce buyers to call and see us, we have reduced our prices within the reach of every person. Some goods will be sold at and below Cost, and all goods will be sold AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. Great slaughter in Dry Goods. Now is the time to buy. The goods must be sold. Our ' business must be in shape for settlement by January 1st. Don't wait until all the goods are sold, but come right now, when bargains are in store for you, and don't forget that Almighty Dollar, as that is the only thing that Will Bring Yon Bargains. No bargains for credit. But the cash down will always bring them. The Old Chap is determined, in all his future transactions, to let the cash man on the inside track. He deserves it and shall have it here. A big lot of Ready-Made Clothing at rock bottom prices. A large stock of Gents' Hats at ruinous prices. A tremendous lot of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers AT VERY LOW PRICES. A tremendous lot of Jeans at ruinous prices. Also a big lot of colored Tickings at a big sacrifice. Alamance still at 61 cents, or 16 yards for ?1. A large lot of checked Linseys. A tremendous stock of Gold and Silver Shirts lower than ever before known. The Winston Shirt, in great quantities, at a sacrifice. A large stock of Gent3' Rubber Coats and Leggins. Largest stock of Umbrellas ever seen in Yorkville. All the above goods will be sold at Racket Store prices, and we propose to make a big racket in Yorkville FOR TRE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. All we ask is that you come and see us and if you want to buy you will get ample pay for your trouble. Must Settle by January 1st. Every person who owes us must settle by January 1st, or they will find their Notes and ' / Accounts in the hands of our Attorney for collection. Don't blame us if you have to pay costs, as our Books must be closed by January 1st. Don't put it off, but come right now and - save trouble, for troubled you will be if you do not settle. A good family Horse for sale, and almost everything else we have. Money we must have. Come quick, before all the best bargains are gone. T. M. D.OBSON & CO.. * Leader in Millinery and Dry Goods. Wr^T CREIGHTON & CO. ROCK HILL, S. C., DEALERS IN Furniture of All Kinds. PIANOS, ORGANS. BUGGIES, PHOTONS, CARRIAGES. Sewing- jVIaehines. The Best Wagon in the Market. W'HEN in want of any Roods in our line you will save money by calling and .seeing us. W, S. CREIGIITON & CO. October 5 40 3m TO PHYSICIANS. WE have a very fine SURGICAL CASE? something that every doctor should i have. Now is your chance for a bargain, j When in town do not fail to call at the Emporium and examine it. You will also find there a complete stocks of Drugs, Chemicals, Pills, Solid and Fluid Extracts, at prices you will be j willing to pav. FANCY GOODS. Just arrived in the last few weeks, Photo- j graph Albums, Collar and Culf Boxes, asuperb I line of Handkerchief Extracts, Colognes, Cut \ Glass Cologne Bottles, Putt' Boxes and Putt's, j Face Powders, Violin, Banjo and Guitar j k Strings. Camphor Ice with Glycerine, Cold Cream Vaseline, Vaseline and Camphor Ice? the very thing for chapped hands. Toilet Soaps, 1 Glycerine, Castile and Caibolic Soaps. Dia- j niond Dyes all colors. B. B. B.. S. S. S., P. B. : R., C. C.jO. Hair, Clothes, Tooth, Lather, i Whist, and Infant Hair Brushes. STATIONERY. Wo carry a nice stock of Fancy Paper and ! Envelopes put up in Boxes. Ladies call and . -examine. LOWRY <fc STARR. Leading Druggists. AUCTION SALES. CLERK'S SALE. South Carolina?York County. IN COMMON PLEAS. Nancy L. Dnnlap against James M. Poag and others. IN obedience to the Decree of the Court made in the cause above entitled, I will expose to public sale, at YORK COURT HOUSE, on the FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT, All that piece, parcel and tract of land situated in York county and State aforesaid, lying on the waters of Fishing Creek, containing ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES, More or less, being the lands now occupied by Mrs. M. E. Johnson and her husband, as tenants of the late Salina Poag, deceased. TERMS OF SALE. One-third Cash ; balance of purchase money on a credit of twelve months, with interest from day of sale, secured by a bond and mortgage of'the premises, (the' purchaser to have the option of paying his or her entire bid in cash.) Purchaser to pay for papers. JOSEPH F. WALiLiACE, U. ris. December 7 49 4t CLERK'S SALE^ South Carolina?York County. IN COMMON PLEAS. Carroll & Carpenter against James W. Black and others.?Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage. IN obedience to a Decree of Foreclosure made in the above entitled cause, I will expose to public sale at YORK COURT HOUSE, on the FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT, All the right, title and interest of James W. Black, (the same being the one undivided half interest) in all that piece, parcel or tract of land situated in York county and State aforesaid, on waters of Buffalo Creek, bounded by lands of Charles B. Byers, Sallie Blaloek, Jessie Blanton, J. D. F. Duncan, Allen H us key and others, and containing ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-EIGHT acres, more or less. Terms?One half Cash ; balance of purchase money payable at twelve months with interest from dav of sale, secured by bond and mortgage. Purchaser to pay for papers. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pis. December 7 49 4t CLERK'S SALE. South Carolina-York County. IN COMMON PLEAS. John W. Simril, Administrator, and others, Plaintiff's, against Fannie D. Bigger and others. IN obedience to the Decree of the Court made in the above entitled cause, I will expose to public sale at YORK COURT HOUSE, on the FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT, All that piece, parcel and tract of land situated in "i ork county and State aforesaid, on the west bank of Ca'tawba River, adjoining lands of Martha E. McFadden, E. P. Steele, Mrs. Margaret Steele, S. D. Simril and William Stanton, containing 404 ACRES, more or less. TERMS OF SALE. One half cash; balance of purchase moiiey on a credit of twelve months, with interest from day of sale, secured by the purchaser's bond and a mortgage of the premises. (The Eurchaser to have the option of paying his or er entire bid in cash.) Purchaser to pay for papers. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pis. December 7 49 4t CLERK'S SALE. 0 South Carolinar-York County. IN COMMON PLEAS. C. E. Spencer, Executor, against Win. R. Bell, Nancy L. Bell and C. G. Parish.?1st Judgment of Foreclosiixe against W. R. Bell. 2d Judgment of Foreclosure against Nancy L. Bell. IN obedience to the Judgments of Foreclosure made in the above entitled causes, I will expose to public sale at YORK COURT HOUSE, on the FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT, The interest of the Defendants, W. R. Bell and N. L. Bell, in all that certain tract of land lying on or near Fishing Creek, on the waters of Aiken's Branch, containing 130J ACRES, MORE OR LESS, Bounded by lands of the estate of James Kuykendal and lands of Wm. Aiken, James Carson and'John T. Lowry. TERMS-CASH. Purchaser to pay for papers. rnc p1 xv a r.T, \ pp! p. f . Pis. Deeember 7 49 4t CLERK^SALE. South Carolina?York County. IN COMMON PLEAS. Sarah A. Isom against Nancy E. Brown and others. IN obedience to the Decree of the Court made in the above entitled cause, I will expose to public sale at YORK COURT HOUSE, on the FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT, All that tract or parcel of land situated in York county and State aforesaid, on the waters of the South Fork of Fishing Creek, bounded by lands of James L. Guy, Mrs. Ella Wilson, J. N. Strait, and others, and containing ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES, More or less. Terms?One half Cash ; balance of purchase money payable in twelve months, with interest from day of sale, secured by purchaser's bond and mortgage of the premises. (The purchaser to have the privilege of paying his or her entire bid in cash.) Purchaser to pay for papers. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. Pis. December 7 49 4t CLERK'S SALE. South Carolina?York County. IN THE COMMON PLEAS. Wm. E. Rose, individually, and as Administrator, against E. M. Rose and others. IN obedience to the Decree of the Court made in the cause above entitled, I will expose to public saleat YORK COURT HOUSE, on the FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT, All that lot or parcel of land in the town of Yorkville, S. C., on the south side of Jefferson r\-n u'ln'oh if fronfa nrwT nn t tl A Aflftf ft if] A of the' Chester and Lenoir Railroad bed, containing BETWEEN TWO AND THREE ACRES. Terms?-Cash. Purchaser to pav lor papers. JOS. F. WALLACE, C. C. P.'s. December 7 49 4t SHERIFF'S SALE." BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed, will bo sold between the legal hours of Sheriff's sale, 011 the FIRST MONDAY in JANUARY NEXT, At York Court House, the following property to wit: The plantation whereon the defendant now resides, situated on the waters of Buffalo Creek in Cherokee township, bounded by lands of E. H. Bridges, Dr. John G. Black and others, and containing two hundred acres, more or less. One house and lot in Black's Station, situated 011 corner of John aud Carolina streets. Also, one other house and lot in Black Station, situated on Chester street. Levied on at the suits of W. F. Smith, T. L. Black and Lipscomb A Howe and others, as the property of J. D. F. Duncan. * I ?4.20 Z-ir Terms cash, or the property to be re-advertised for re-sale on tne next Sales-Day, at the risk of the former purchaser. Purchaser to pav for papers. R. H. GLENN, S. Y. C. December 7 49 4t PERSONAL PROPERTY AT AUCTION. I WILL sell at public outcry, at my residence, one mile from Bovd's Ferry, on Catawba River, on TUESDAY, THE 20TH DAY GF DECEMBER NEXT, all of my PERSONAL PROPERTY, consisting of four good Mules, oue good Family Horse, one good Milch Cow and some young'Cattle, live head of Pork Hogs, lot of Wheat, Oats, Corn, Fodder and Shucks, about S00 bushels of Cotton Seed (some of fine varieties) one Buggy and Harness, two Wagons, one set of Blacksmith Tools, lot of good Farming Utensils, Household and Kitchen Furniture and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms?Positively Cash. S. S. SMITH. V T 111 coll nti\r nf* fhn ni'nnoriv privately before the day of sale. November 30 48 3t EXECUTOR'S SALE. THE undersigned will expose to public sale, on THURSDAY, the22ndday of DECEMBER, 1887, at the late residence of E. D. THOMPSON, Sr., deceased, the personal property belonging to the estate of said deceased, consisting of one Horse, one Mule, two threehorse Wagons, lot of Wheat and Corn, Farming Utensils. Household and Kitchen Furniture, and other articles unnecessary to mention. I will also offer for sale at the same time and place, the GRIST AND SAW MILL and COTTON GIN belonging to the said estate. Terms of Sale?CASH. E. D. THOMPSON, Jr., Executor. November 30 48 3t* CHEW OED RIP. for sale by Joliu ('. Kuykciirial. July 13 28 Gnf* LDTDSAY A MOORE. | NOW IS YOUR LAST CHANCE To fiet Theui. WHY? Because its only two weeks before Xmas and three "weeks before the firm of LINDSAY <fc MOORE will be a thing of the past. So now secure at once some of the many bargains ottered by them. They wish to sell between this and JANUARY 1st, the following articles in quality at very close prices: EATABLES AND CANNED GOODS. Sliced Pine Applo?three qualities, Grated Pine Apples?1st quality. Peaches of two grades. Tomatoes, Okra"and Tomatoes, Corn, Sliced Dried Beef, Corned Beef, Salmon, Sardines, Cherries, Cranberry Sauce, all kinds of Pickles, Potted Meats, Sweet Chocolate, Cocoa?an elegant Breakfast drink for dyspeptics. Prunes, Currants, Citron, Cutloaf and Icing Sugar, Sausage Mixture, Sage, all kinds of Baking Powders, Sauces, etc. Fruits, Candies and IKTuts. For Xmas. we have shipped direct from Florida, paying double the freight, as from other points in order to get the sweet, fresh and delightful Orange. Apples, Cocoanuts, Chestnuts, Peanuts, French and Stick Candy, and an assortment of all kinds of Nuts. MHMA nCPARTMFNTS. VIIIMn whi nn . .. Now fn stock for Xmas some beautiful Vases, Cups and Saucers, Mugs of many shapes, kinds and prices, Fruit Plates, and odds and ends too numerous to mention. Lamps of kinds. We have, we think, the nicest lot of lamps ever shown before, for Parlor, Hall and Library?make a nice present for any occasion. All kinds of-fixtures for Lamps and Lanterns. See our lantern for 25 cents. Heavy Goods. Let us say in short we have a full supply of all Heavy Groceries usually kept, such ^is N. O. Molasses, County and City packed Lard, Flour at all prices, anything and everything. Patapsco Flour makes the Xmas cakes. NO CREDIT DURING DECEMBER Will be our watchword, but our prices will be our hobby. Call and see us and examine our varied and well selected stock of goods in every department. Wedding and Christmas presents for your friends. Remember our prices for Cash "make money for you, and add comfort and luxury to hundreds'of homes in York county. Cutlery and Hardware. If you want a FIRST CLASS RAZOR there is no use paying two prices for it, but go to LINDSAY tfe MOORE and buy one of their warranted Razors. If it is not satisfactory, return it and get another until yoh do get one to suit you. Razors from 50 cents to $2.00. All kinds of Pocket Knives for both Gents and Ladies. Silver plated Nut Crackers. All sorts of Pistols. Brass Knu^ks and many other tools for carving your way in this cold'world. LINDSAY ifc MOORE. UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. ? MUBBEK2 SOMflK-^ 5 L INDSAY <fc MOORE have a large and full assortment of COFFINS AND CASKETS of all grades. Burial Robes are the thing. All we want is to sell one in each neighborhood. After once being seen no trouble to sell them. Satisfaction always given in this department. Examine our stock. Respectfullv, LINDSAY <t MOORE. HUNTER & OATES. All Parties Indebted To Us, Either by note or account, win please call and settle before the first of JANUARY, and especially those who owe us back Notes and Accounts, and also those who owe us large accounts for this year, and who haven't paid us anything, you must bear in mind that we must have our money by January 1st. nrrn orrnrc nr uun aiuviv wi' DRY GOODS. BOOTS AO SHOES, And especially 8TR0USE ?fc BRO.'S FINE CLOTHINC, Is going like greased lightning, for the Cash. Call and see us. Wo guarantee to save you monev. HUNTER ct OATES, Headquarters for Gents' Furnishing Goods. J ED. JEFFERYS. Pay Up. I MUST have money, and I would be glad to make recepts for parties having accounts on my books. J. ED. JEFFERYS. UNDERTAKING. WE claim to be abreast of the times in the Undertaking business. We have the latest novelties in the way of trimming, <fcc., and carry a complete stock of Collins of all sizes and prices. We also have on hand a lot of very handsome burial Cases and Caskets for adults made of walnut and other choice woods. We have some Broadcloth Cases that are very handsome. Also, Metalic Cases. We have a nice line of White Gloss Cases and Caskets for children, which are very pretty and appropriate. We will make it to the interest I of anyone in need of any of the above men tioneil articles to call on us. We will sell as cheap as anyone, and will sell on time to responsible parties. Our personal attention will be given to all funerals in town. J. ED. JEFFERYS. GEORGE T. SCHORR. IsAIVTA CLAU8. THE old gentleman is respectfully invited to call and examine my nice assortment of | Toys for tbe children. A Wilcox Ar White Organ Would be a handsome and lasting present for your wife, daughter, or sweetheart. A ! handsome Stool and large instruction book, free with each Organ, fully warranted, and , kept in good order free of charge. Domestic Sewing Machines j Are the best in town, and have liner attachments than any other machine on the market. Last, hut not Least. A full stock of Cooking and Heating Stoves, Elbows, Dampers. Tin-ware, and a great variety of Ilouse-furnishing Goods, Notions, Ac. Prices reasonable. Come and see me, 1 eyen if you do not buy. j I All kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron work done promptly for cash. GEO. T. SC1IOUB. H. F. ADICKES. SANTA CIiAUS' GENERAL HEADQUARTERS, December 5th. W E HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK, where we made SPECIAL arrangements with SANTA CLAUS to ship all of hb choice baggage to OUR HOUSE, and the same is now ARRIVING DAILY. We will Show by far the Largest Stock of Rare Novelties in Holiday Goods of every Description that This Market has ever Boasted. It has been our Special Aim to obtain Nice Presents for Grand Has with large families and for Children with small Purses. It would appear Impossible, and is Simply impracticable, to attempt an Enumeration of the articles that will be shown at Our Great Holiday Exhibits Shortly. mrnnvr n a mnn\T O A XTHH A fif A TTC2 fj V JliJLV 1 rAliWii ui on.i'* in. uuinju is CORDIALLY INVITED to attend the GRAND OPENING of our immense stocks to COMMENCE ON MONDAY, the 12TH, instant, and continue in FULL BLAST until the 2oTH INSTANT. We can only Attempt to Name General Lines. TOYS ! TOYS!! TOYS! ! ! This stock has been selected with very great care, and in it will be found, beside the Standard Toys, MANY NEW NOVELTIES NOT SHOWN EXCEPT IN OUR STORE. The GRAND CENTRE PIECE HERE will be A Train of Cars drawn by a Locomotive ran by Steam ! Which will be kept in motion from the 13TH to the 24TH INSTANT. Novel Novelties. We will show many now and pretty wares in BRASS, GLASS, LEATHER, STRAW and other materials. Easel frames of every imaginable style. FINE PLATE MIRRORS for Ladies. JEWELRY. An entire NEW LOT OF FINE JEWELRY of the most stylish shapes and prettiest designs, for ladies and gentlemen. Stationery and Fancy Goods. We will show an exceptional stock of FINE STATIONERY and Fancy Wares, Xmas Cards, Art Novelties, Fine Baskets, Ink Stands, Paper Weights, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Chess, Checkers and all kinds of Fireside Games. Dominoes, Authors, etc. Fine Manicure Sets and Toilet Sets, Autograph and Photograph Albums, Scrap Books <tc. BOOKS. This line is by far THE MOST ATTRACTIVE IN THE WHOLE DISPLAY AND ACKOWLEDGED TO MAKE THE MOST APPROPRIATE AND LASTING PRESENTS OF ANY THING KNOWN. We show some rare books this season. The most extensive line of JUVENILES I I we have ever shown. I rn 4 4 . Tr..mn.,lo I 1)1131.111*0, lUMUIlieuiS, nj niuaio^ iihj-i I er Books, Psalms and Hymns, and Sun-1 day-school Books in GREAT VARIETY, j Our Stock of Staple and! Fancy Dry Goods I IS VERY FULL AND COMPLETE. The finest stock of SHOES, BOOTS 1 I and RUBBERS IN YORK COUNTY, j II. F. ADICKES. 1 WITHERS ADICKES. TURNING OVER STOCKr Notwithstanding tho fact that we keep many articles that don't sell often, we buy thevalueof our stock 4 to 6 times annually. We keep our stock full every month of the year, but we buy and sell more in December than any other month. We generally buy from onethird to one-half of the value of our stock in this month, and this year we are preparing to do "the grand" in this Xmas month. New goods on the road in every lineof our business. GROCERIES. In addition to our usually complote stock of Staple and Fancy Eatables, we expect to show many Novelties in tho few following weeks of 1887. We want to impress the following facts upon the purchasing public: That, whereas you can buy a pound of Raisins or Candy and many delicacies for tho inner man at many cross road stores, yet this department of business, like any othor, has its inside tracks for reliable quality and bottom prices, and wo think an experience of 10 years has given us a good hold on the mercantile ropes. We feel warranted in guaranteeing the price of anything we sell in Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Glass, Wooden, Willow, Tinware, etc We court a comparison of goods and prices with any of our neighbors, whoseintogrity and ability we do not hereby impeach. NEW EAf ABLES. Hams, best and the popular California, Dried Beef, Breakfast Strips, Sausage, White Fish, which are good substitutes for Mackerel, almost out of sight in price. Sugars and Coll'ees of every sort. Sugars are looking up, but we are still selling at old prices. Think our almost white at 14 pounds for 81.00, a little wee bit better than others. Recollect where to go for the right kind of Icing Sugar. A nice roasted Coffee at 3J pounds for 81.00, and the old reliable No. 34at 33? cents. There is much prejudice against roasted Coffees, but we think such rather misplaced, since the proper- machinery can parch Coffee more evenly and with less waste and trouble than the ordinary York housekeeper with her very primitive conveniences. All kinds of Flour, including the finest brand in the country for Xrnas Cake and everything else for same. Fruits of every sort?green and dried. Fruits and Vegetables are better than physic and more palatable and cheaper in the end. Dried Apples beat liver regulators. Canned Goods in variety new. Fruits, Fish, Meat and Vegetables. Real good Cheese, Maccaroni, Chocolates, Mince Meat, Cream Tartar, Baking Powders, Spices of good quality, best Vinegar, and New Crop New Orleans Molasses, which are very fine this season. HARDWARE. Every few days we save some man a margin on r. little bill in this line and make a trifle for ourselves. We do not exaggerate when we claim to save you about 82.00 on 810.00 worth of Locks, Hinges, Fastenings, Ac. Every line has its leaders, which are sold without legitimate profit, and wo cannot sell Nails for less than you often buy them, but we are selling a better article than usual'at same price. Lots of new Hardware?Shovels and Tongs, Andirons, Plows aqd Stocks, Singletrees, Hames, Strings for same. Backhands, Heel Bolts, Plow Rods, Loose Links at 15 cents a dozen, often sold at 25. Tallow and Zinc Machine Oilers. Get our prices for anything in Hardware. Guns from 82.00 to 835.00, which latter is as good as a man needs in this country. Gun Locks and parts of same. Pistols of all sorts. Ammunition at low prices. Look and heed. Tobaccos of every sort, including many popular brands. We have a large lot on hand and Ill --11 ~1 4.11 1 -V" ? . Af AM/vnnA will sen filial; mi .vniiin. n c uuniv can't be excelled for a 10-center. A good Tobacco at 16 plugs for ?1.00. Smoking Tobaccos, Bull Durham, and another not as good, for less money and a fair smoke at 40 cents. Fine-Cut Chewing. Try us for Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes, Matches, Match-Safes, Candles?36 Paratlines for ?1.00. Oils, 180? not 150? test, for 25 cents. 112? test 6 gallons for ?1.00. Crockery, Glass and Fancy China, in great variety. Almost everything in Wooden, Willow, Tinware, Ac. Window Glass cut any size. Sheet Tin, Putty, Solder, Ac. FERTILIZERS. A lot of fresh Acid Phosphate received last week for small grain. Sold for cash only. In this connection wo give warning to those who owe us, especially for Fertilizers. Wo don't dun in the ENQUIRER, but we must have our money by DECENBER lath at noon. No more notice. Since writing the above we have opened invoices for about live hundred dollars more of new goods in various lines, adapted especially to the Holiday trade. We will in the next few daj's apply a stretching apparatus to our rubber-like store-room, and make room for these goods, for they must be sold. Examine them and lookout'for your interest, for the right kind of goods at lowest prices. WITHERS ADICKES. W. C. LATIMER. STOVES AND SEWING MACHINES. UTE have on hand and oiler at the lowest T T prices, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES made by Messrs. B. C. Bibb A Son of Baltimore. These are first class goods and are fully warranted. Also a full line of Sewing Machines which will be sold choap for cash, or part cash and balance on one year's time. MERRYMAN'S GUANO. We have a few tons of Merrvman's Standard Guano which we oiler at reduced rates in order to close out before the wheat sowing season is over. PAY UP! PAY UP! We would again remind all parties indebted tons that the FIRST OF NOVEMBER has passed and gone, and still a great many of our customers have not paid us anything. Please come forward and settle at once as we have mnrln Rrmncfiinnnts to use the monev and must have it. This has been a good crop year and cotton is selling at good prices, so no excuse will be taken. \V. ('. LATIMER. JXO. . KU YKEND AL A BATCH OF NOTES. NOTE that a sharp advance has occurred in Quinine. Haying a large stock on hand old prices will be maintained at the York Drug Store. NOTE ALSO, that we have just received a large and elegant stock of Hair, Nail and Tooth Brushes. NOTE LIKEWISE, that we have the best Razor made?the Electric?each one warranted, and further that we keep a splendid line of Razor Strops, Lather Brushes and Shaving Soaps. NOTE AGAIN, that Liuseed Oil has gone up outrageously, and being caught short on the article we have been compelled to advance prices. NOTE, MOREOVER, that Physicians can buy American Quinine and Chemical Company's Cinchonidia, the best made, at 10 cents an ounce, at the York Drug Store. NOTE IN ADDITION, that our stock of Drugs was never fuller or more complete, and that we were never more kindly disposed to sell them. NOTE IN PASSING, that we sell all of the Paints, Colors, Varnishes. Brushes, etc., that are sold froin this town. Don't ask us why. NOTE PARTICULARLY, if you owe us a Note or Account and make a note of it, and when you next come to town, notice not to forget to settle it. NOTE IN CONCLUSION, that we are retailing more Tobacco than "Carter had Oats," and so cheap, that many persons not being disposed to make two bites of a cherry, take a box. NOTE FINALLY, that *we have a large stock of late style window glass, such as 10x14, 10x15, 10x10, itixlS, 10x20 and also of old style dimensions. JOHN C. IvUYKENDAL. M. STRAUSS. BUSINESS VERY BRISK WITH . M. STRAUSS. CELLING Goods fast aiul receiving Xew Goods Weekly. Customers pleased with Goods and Prices and find that ho cannot be UNDERSOLD. II. IV. WHITE, D. I). S., DENTIST, . YOKKVILLE, S. C. Ofheein the Parish Hotel Pudding. April 20 Hi ly* ^MAY Ac MAY, ^ Z& DRUGGISTS. 19 OUR BUSINESS REVIEW. A FEW ARTICLES OF THE TOILEr BROUGHT TO YOUR ESPECIA] ATTENTION. "Ah, There" Soap, Pond Lily Toilet Was! Dr. Sheffield's Dentrifice and Elixir Bain and Parson's Purgative Pills. w E do not mean to be egotistieal when w say that since our half column advertismen appeared in the "old reliable," our busines has doubled ! Why is this you may ask The fact is everybody reads the Enquire! and those who don't subscribe for it ride mile to borrow it. We don't mean to say thatthi riding is done to see our advertisement, but a the same time they see it all the same. The public has taken to our "AH, THERE Toilet Soap and it is gaining favor very fasl Now wedon't claim this soap to be of a qualit; equal to Lubin or even to Colgate's Cashmer Bouquet, but we do claim that there is mor solid worth in three cakes of this soap for tei cents, than any soap ever offered to the pub lie in this town. People who have called fo this soap at the instance of our advertismen are actually astonished at the low price ani good quality of this wonderfully cheap soar "Large streams from little fountains flow, And tall trees from little acorns grow." So it will be seen by a second thought, and i: consideration of our "three cakes" for te cents, coupled with the acorn theory, that i the use of "AH, THERE" Soap for oneveai you will save more than the 2 mill school ta: and bo directly benefitted and come in contac with a "two edged sword," cutting both way for your direct ben tit. POND LILY TOILET WASH. The above wash is an aristocratic preparatioi and endorsed by every fastidous woman ii America whose delight it has been to undergo the exhilarating effect brought about by tin world renowned article of the toilet. This was! is delicately perfumed, and it requires onl; a small quantity in the basin or bath tub which if used as directed by the manufacturers, wil prove a delightful luxury and give entire satis faction. Directions furnished with each bottle and it is sold at the low price of 25 cents pe bottle. Bottle holds about a pint. DR. SHEFFIELD'S CREAM DENTRIFICE This preparation is put up in flexible tube and is compounded of the best known ingredi ents for neutralizing the acids of the mouth nil rlAlnfAi*iAn(i rlonneifQ nnnn fh UV Ullklll^ mi UClVI>bllUUt> viv^/vuitv - -- - ? teeth (which cause them to decay and bccom loose), and the cure of spongy or unhealth; gums. Decay of the Teeth is caused by acii degeneration of the food remaining betweei the teeth and in their indentations. By th use of the above preparations, which ar antacid, decay is prevented. In connection with the above preperation w would say that we also have Dr. Sheffield' ELIXIR BALM for the Gums. These article may be used together or separately. The mos effective way for a radical cleansing' of th teeth and the promotion of a healthy conditio of the mouth, is to wet the brush in the Elixi and use it connection with the cream. As a de licious, fragrant mouth wash the KLIXI1 BALM has no equal. Now, in conclusion, w simply ask you not to be "led away" by dc signing competitors who say they have nc Sheffield's preparations but have somethin a great (leal better?simply because they don have Sheffield's. We have all kinds, ladies and Sheffield's IS THE BEST. PARSON'S PURGATIVE PILLS Is a medicine of undoubted worth, and th manufacturers are very desirious of introdu cing them in York county. Witli the sale c each box we give a large tine Steele engravin of President Cleveland and his "political fair ily" at home. Respectfully, MAY A MAY. Leaders in Perfumeries and Fine Soap RIDDLE & PEGRAM. DISSOLUTION. BY mutual agreement the copartnership ( RIDDLE A PEGRAM will be dissolve on January 1st, 1888. All persons indebted to us are requested I come forward at once and Make Settlement of Same As all unsettled claims 011 our hands on Jam ary 1st, 1888, shall he turned over to Our Attorney for Collection. Be sure you save us this trouble and yourse unnecessary cost. RIDDLE & PEG RAM. I.ATT V BROTHERS. ATTENTION. A LL persons indebted to 11s, either by nol jA. or account, will please call and settle soo as we are anxious to close up our old business LATTA BROTHERS. war a !'?Rk Jt A MT jt m\< in : jlmujlajlw? REMEMBER THE DEAD. 1 WOULD invite special attention to in; present stock of MONUMENTS ANJ TOMBSTONES, among which are Severn beautiful SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITAL IAN MONUMENTS.. Also a full supply c TOMBSTONES. Prices as low, to responsibl parties, as anywhere else, either for cash or o time. GROCERIES. Mv stock of STAPLE AND FANCY ORG CERIES is full. Also, Tobacco, Cigars, Boot and Shoes, Hardware, &e. All of which i ottered low for Cash, or on time to responsibl parties. P. HAPPERFIELD. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. A LLpersons indebted to the estate of MILE: j\_ WALLACE, deceased, are hereby no tide to make immediate payment to the undersign ed, or C. E. SPENCER, Esq., my attorney Persons having claims against the said esta't will present them, either to myself or Mi Spencer, duly authenticated, within the tim prescribed bylaw. R. N. McELWEE, Administrator. November 23 47 3t M. C. WILLIS. _ tnotioe7 I HOLD a great many Notes which fall due on NOVEMBER 1ST. and I will need money then, so I respectfully ask all who have been kind enough to patronize me to come r promptly and ' PAY THEIR NOTES "\Vhen due and save trouble to us all. I also have a great many accounts on my books that >. are due right now. All having accounts with i, me will come and settle them at once, and oblige. Any one wanting ,t Carriages, Pluetons, Buggies, 13 WAGONS or HARNESS, will do well by in^ specting my stock, which is second to none in t, this country. ,s Goods can bo bought of mo now for cash g yery cheap, as I have too large a stock. Wag. ons continue to CO VERY FAST. >> And I hope my customers will continue to make my stock 'diminish, y I have on hand a good many RAILROAD e CARTS and HARNESS which are hand made 0 and strictly first class. :: CONTRACTORS * Will do well to see my carts before buying an d inferior article far away from home at a larger (1 price than I ask. M. C. WILLIS. a "1?7HEN you bought Buggies, Wagons and n TT Guano from me,you set your own TIME n TO PAY, and gave your notes and mortgages . accordingly. When you had your repairing ' done it was charged without a murmur. When x I sold you goods and did your repairing, I exit pected you would keep vour promise, and pay s when due; but I find I have still a large lot of Notes and Accounts on hand WHICH MUST BE SETTLED AT ONCE. A word to the wise is sufficient. So come along gentlemen and settle and save trouble to all of us. Very respectfully, M. C. WILLIS. 11 ?? G. H. Q'LEABY. 1 A CAR LOAD OF STOVES. . Y A NOTHER Car-load of over twenty thorni, J\ sand pounds of Chas. Noble <fc Co's make 1 of Stoves and Ranges of best and medium grades. Also, a lot of common Western Stoves, bought at a larger discount than can be obtain!> ed by small dealers, and a saving of nearly .r>0 r percent, in freight rates, which enables me to retain the lead in the Stove trade. Parties needing goods in this line, should see these . Stoves and prices before buving. G. H. O'LEARY. s FURNITURE. " - "J" HAVE on hand a large stock of Furniture, i, X an(l am receiving new goods of all grades, c which will be sold at prices to suit the times. When in want of goods in this lino, don't fail to see goods and get prices before buying, v a. xt rtiT.vinv d a CANE MATTINGS AND CARPETS. e TUST received a large stock of Cane Mattings 0 f| for the Spring and Slimmer trade. Inaddition to the above large stock, I have on band All-Wool Ingrains, C. C. Extra Super Brussels c Carpets, Cotton and Hemp Carpets, Imported s Ingrain Hugs, Velvet and Moynette Rugs, Oil s Cloth Rugs, ike., for sale cheap at ,t G. H. O'LEAHY'S. e WINDOW SHADES AND CERTAIN n POLES. r J INEX Oil Cloth Shades, Holland Shades !- JLi and Paper Shades, and all in a variety of r colors at G. H. O'LEARY'S. 0 PICTLKE AND PICTURE FRAMES". C^lHROMOS, Oil Paintings, Picture Frames;, Vy' Wall Pockets, Brackets, Music Stands and g Work Baskets at G. H. O'LEARY'S. * sXDDLEsXND HARNESS. ' A FULL stock of hand-made Saddles and J\_ Harness, Bridles, ifcc. Also, Hames, Chains, Whips, Backhands, Bueklesand everything kept in an establishment of this kin'd, for sale cheap, at G. H. O'LEARY'S. * JOHN R. ASHE. * PRICE REDUCED. a BUSHELS of Cotton Seed s" wanted. I have been given ? ' the Sole Agency for the Southern Oil Co., to handle Cotton Seed for them at Lowrysville, McConnellsville, GuthZ riesville, Yorkville, Clover and Bowling Green, and am prepared to pay the highest market price for seed in any quantity. The price after this week and until further notice will bo 14 cents per bushel. JOHN R. ASHE. )f Tobaccos, Tobaccos. I have just received a consignment of 36 BOXES TOBACCO which I offer to the trade by the BOX at 25 cents pt?* pound. I have a full line of other goods at all prices up to 75 cents. i;SH? iLES AM) LIME. I offer an unlimited lot of FIRST CLASS Ynn'PH f A ROT TV A 'HVART PTVV iSAW. 10 ED SHINGLES, 4 x 18 inches, which I guarantee to be as good as any Shingles offered in this market. I will furnish them in any number from ONE to ONE MILLION at ?2.50 >9 per thousand, cash. First Class Limestone Lime at ?1.25 per barrel. Second Hand Gfn. I offer ONE SECOND HAND BROWN GIN. forty saws. This Gin is in good repair and suitable for any party using horse power. BAGGIXG A3TD TIES And all other goods in their respective lines in full supply to be sold as low as the lowest. If JOHN R. ASHE. KENNEDY BROS & BARRON IT IS JUST THE DATE NOW. TTISTORY tells us "It is difficult to fix upon JjL a precise date at which to sav mediajval _ history ended and modern history began" ; but ? we are sure it is just the date now for all PERSONS WHO OWE US TO PAY UP THEIR ACCOUNTS AND NOTES. We want our money so that we can pay our debts, and we will allow others to settle historical dates. KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON. RUBBER GOODS. A FULL assortment of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Rubber Shoes, Ladies' Gossamers, Gents' Gossamers, Gents' Rubber Coats, 'from the yellow Texas Slicker at $2.25, to the finest plaid velvet collar Rubber Coat; Rubber Leggins, Rubber Hats, Hat Covers, Ac., at KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON'S. SHOES AND"BOOTS. 17* VERY week we are receiving fresh supj plies of Shoes and Boots. Wo try to keep our stock in this line full. KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON. n TO SPORTSMEN, a- "I/ITE have the celebrated Chamberlain LoadTt ed Shells. Also, Powder, Shot, Caps and Wads. KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON. JEANS, AC. THE celebrated Kentucky Home-made Jeans. The celebrated Georgia Jeans. Schoolboy Jeans. Salem Jeans. Virginia Cassimeres. Dickey all-wool Fancy Cassimeres, Ac., at KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON'S. GENTS' AND BOY'S HATS AND CAPS JUST in a nice lino of Hats and Caps. In fact, our Fall Goods are arriving daily. KENNEDY BROS. A BARRON. PARISH & KENNEDY. NEW CROP OF N. 0. MOLASSES. j ClIIOCOL ATE?sweet and plain. Oat Flakes J ^ and Oat Meal in packages and barrels, r Buckwheat, Gelatine, Maccaroni, cheap Prunes ,f for cooking, Citron, best Apple Vinegar, Ker0 osene Oil, Parafine and Alamantino Candles, u Blacking, Shoe Dressing, Black and Green Tea. Imperial Figs, in layers, new crop, in 1J, 6 and 18 pound boxes. Grapes in "> and 10pound baskets and Malaga Grapes in barrels, and sold in any quantity. Selected Pears that are excel1 lent. All kinds of Apples at 10, 15 and 20 cents s per dozen. Large red and yellow Bananas, s The best Oranges wo can buy. Lemons, Rais e ins. Jfoacn, rear, ;\ppie .uiu i^uerry preserves. An assortment of Jellies in tumblers. Pickles . in barrels and bottles. French Prunes, Dried Apples, Chestnuts, Peanuts?parched and raw. French Candy fresh, and a lot of nice boxes to / S pack it in, Also, a nice selection of plain Cand dy. Fresh Crackers, fancy and plain. Cheese, - Soaps, Cigarettes, Cigars and Tobacco. All -. kinds of Meats, Lard, Sugars, Molasses, Rice, o Grits, Codecs, Onions, Cabbage, Sweet Pota-. toes, White Deans and Peas and Cow Peas, e Peach Cider, Shoe Pegs, Ink, Nails, Wax, Dressing and Sole Leather. Tinware, Wooden, Stone and Hardware. PARISH A KENNEDY.