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VOL. 1. ABBEVILLE, 8. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1884. NO. 14.
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"\TT IIiMlXtiTOX. COI.UMIWA AND AfYV
(tI'STA UA1I.KOAI).
Ooinp Son h no 4ft si? 40
l.oave Wilmington .... i> 30 p in 11 10 p in
Arrive nt Florence . 1 f>0 h id 2 i'o * in
Ajrire at Columbia f> 40 a in
Ooiu? Nin th Nil 43 No -17
l.??ve Columbia 10 00 p m
Leave Florence. .4 SO p in 1 b'i n in
Arrire *1 Wilmington 7 40 p in 0 10 n in
Train So. 4.*$ Mops at. nil Millions. NoS. 4S
ni<i 47 stop nnlv nt Hrinklev's, Whitcville,
I'lemington, Fair >!lntV. Marion, Florence,
Tinimut:?ville, Snn.ler, cannlen Junction ar<l
KnHtov?r. Fassengers tor Columbia anil nil
point* i?:i c * > r it, <:, o a a k k, Aiken .innetion
and all points brrond. should take No.;js,
night express Vpiiratc I'nllman hlceper.s
l'or Charleston ami Augnsta on trains IS ami
47. All trains run soFnl between Charleston
and Wilmington.
QPAKTA5I$UK(J AND
kJ ASilli\ ii.ijb uaiijKuau
On and after May 12, 18S4, jinr-spntpr
truinH will lie ruu tlailr, except Smul.iy, beIkhu
S|?ai tunbm jf suit! Mctidrrsonr ille ns
follows:
rr THA1N.
1.0RTC H. k l>* Depot nt SpnrtaabnrR C 00 p in
fitiiva Spartanburg, A . !<- depot ... 010 j> m
l.?ttvs S:iludn N 50 p in
Flat Kock ; 15 p in
A rrire Heinlerscin v ilie 'J SO f. .ti
DOWN M It .< IN.
I.e.iv? Umdcr^onv ill* S 00 a iu
I.uavfc Flat Kurk S 15 h iii
Sulllilil . <1 00 n III
liCarr Jir Line J unci ion 11 25 n m
ArriTc K. A 1) l?<r)>ot Spartanburg 11 30 ? in
TiHinr, on this ron-l run b? Air-Line lime.
Both trains maku connections lor Columbia
and Charleston vi:? SpHrtanhuiir, Union and
Columbia: Atlanta .mil Charlotte by Air Line.
J A M KS AN!) KKSON. Superintendent.
nnvi>i.-A?i.:n TIM! : CAKD
, u - I
I . Kagnelia Passenger Route.
i In cfl>et Septnnb<*r 14, 1884.
| CI.') IS 4 Rrtl'TH .
I.eavu Urcomvond *."> SO nm M 00 pin
Arriv* Au*usUi II SO am 8 SO jmi
I. t o Augusta 10 SO am 9 00 ptn
Arrirw Atlanta 6 4,'? p:n 4 40 am
Leave Angiiste 11 45 am
ArriT? Uenulorl 40 pni
" 1'tirt Koral f> 0j pm
" Ciialoat.(.n . <5 SO pen
" f?av;uinuii . G 42 pm
M Jack.-"invill?. . ... 9 00 am
VrtRTU. I
L**v? .l*oksonrilU. 6 ;<rn
" IJararHiah. 6 65 ?:n
" Charleston filOam
i,?irt l*t.r? liKTal ... T ?.'> urn
" lieanfnri T S7 uni
" Auu'uV.n 1 40 pci
Loaro A ileum f 8 60 pin
Arrire AngtiMa . fi 10 ain I
litavi Aujjnstr. . . 4 00 pni i 40 n:ii
Arrive (irecuwoml. . . P 00 pin 1! 10 am
Tickets on t-alo at ( rc^nwond lo it'll points
nt llnrtiiw'u rutuR?'> ?ti-;?ii^ ci.etVrd to dvstiDfttioB.
*/ )nilr. il>aily, es^'Ut Snnd?v.
Vf F. ttiiBij MAV, Traffic ^ linger.
j r*. uirn, r>u|ie? iiutiig'.-ji.
ATLANTIC COAST I,INK,
: PARftENfJUU DEPAItMMKNT,
Wt'lmintjtun. JV. July l(><h,
KRW 1,1 SK l?Mw*?cn Charleston and
Coluiij >?i?. and Cppur South Cnrolim*.
COKDEXBUD prilCM'LR.
0?1w? going
vxht. kart. i
t CO ?3< Lr . ... Clmrlcston Ar. 9 45 pm
B 40 " ' .. . . Lanes . ' 9 OS " |
0 48 " " . ...Sumlpr " 6 55 " 1
11 08 pin Ar. Columbia Lr. 5X1 "
5 31 " " .... Winnslioro . ' Z 4H '
8 45 " '* . . Phonier " ? 44 '
6 S5 " " . Yorkrille ' " 1 On "
8 24 " " ... J.xnraster " I) 00 "
6 08 '? ' . ...Kock Hill " 2 00 '
<S 1* " " .. Ch<trloU? " 1 OH "
1 1Z pn Ar .Nowbirrry l.r SOU pin
2 09 ' " . (irecriw;jcd " l-<S
4 5# " ' . l.Htirm* ' 7 40 am
t It " " Andrr.vin " 10 T.'.i '
?0* " " . <; rcanrille " 0 id " I ]
T 03 " " ... Walhiilla " ft >0 " ;
4 <5 " " A bberill* " 11 65 '
i it " " .. F wartanbury .. ' 106ft '
U I# )' .. llcnrferKdnTilio " H 00 "
ffoTid Train* bslK^nn Cliarlraton and Coltiuilsia,
rt. 0.
jr. 7. DIVINE. T. M. KM Eli SON.
Gcn'l Sup't. <ion'l I'sk. A^onl.
COI.UMHIA A SI)
l! KlltS Y1L1.K KAll.KOAD.
Oa and afier OHobrr A, ISfM, PiPMi.vnEli
Tn 1*3 will run a* berowitli imlir.ttrd upon I
this r?ad un.l it-> braucli^o. j i
I>ai!ij, * j'c*'pi Shj n da i/k, i
Vo. iA. 1*1* FlSSIi\(.'KR% l<
I<??to ("' lui-iltu S. </. Jtinc'u 1 (M.'t p m
" Columbia C. t (j. D *11 10 |i ui
Arrive A lit no I- 10 p m I
" Nowberrr 1 1!( p ui 1
Kinolj-S'ix 2 47 p m
(Jreeiiwood t 8d p ni ,
3 33 p in
Htlion 4 4* p lit
a I (J rem vi lie fi 0:> p rn
Mo. S>2. DOWN )'A:^EN(ii:i:. I
I it ay Greenrilloat 9 50 a m
ArriTB Reiinu 11 13 a m 1
Hodgen. 12 215 p in (
(Jicennniid 12 4ripnt
Xiuvky-Six I >2 p ni
Newberry 3 02 p m !
A !?tou 4 10 p in '
" Columbia C. L ii. 1) ? 16 pin
Arriv* Columbia S C. .! mic'n 5 30 p in
HfAltTlNlUKU, i'sion * col.l MBI a Kill. HO a It. '
HO. 53. I*P 1-ASSKNUEH. 1
l,e?to Alston 12 *2 p in :
" l" nion . 3 ii p m i
" VS IT 1 # * <1-....# f. - --
. ... r , . >, v- .? v-.ur|'wi / jw p 111 j
*o. o"2. rmvrx j'aksp.nukr.
l??ro flpart'j; " ^ d- nepul . . 10 s3 a ni
" si.artv a. r. \ cm).':?.)l i? &o ? ?
" i uiou 12 30 |> ill' '
arrive at alston k 4* p sr?
^ i.athks5 k a 11.'*10 a i*.
]<?ave hu^hufj . ... 150 pin
arriva ul i.a'irons ('.ii 6 30 p in
leave j.aur^ns ('.ii t <0 a in
arrive ul newberry ij 10 p in
akbkvmj.i.k kltancji.
l.aav4 hnrigps 3 <3 p in
arrive at A wl;?vi)l# . . .. t -13 p ir.
leave X !;b<vills 11 00 ? m
arrive at llodjj/s .... 12 so p in
bi.uk ?i in; l? k a 11. ro a 1' and an imjuso.s' lill a n~ i!.
i?'jav? ljfll'>n ... < 13 p in
arrive aikwmoh t 18 p n:
" pmiiilrlon 3 30 p in
" e ( (9 p m i
arrive at wclliaila t 0 ! p in {
leave walliaila 8 30 n in
arrive ftuarea . . u 13 a in
" i'einllrtnn v 32 a in
" aniui'rtiu 10 5 t a in
AiTircuiiiriii.il 11 (M a id
t'OXX KI'TIOSS.
A. Willi S?ni!i Carolina railroad lo and from
Charleston; with Wilmington, Citliuiiliia and
Augusta railroad from Wilmington ami all
points north thereof; wilh Chariot to, Colnmr?ia
nnrt A?itrn.-?tj? railroad from Chariotto and
all points north therrof. II. With Ashuvi'le
I and Spartanburg railroad from and for pointy
i in Western N. Carolina. 1'. With Atlanta and
I Charlotte d'tv Richmond and Dnnrille railway \
I for Atlanta and all point* aoutli and west.
I St*ndar</ Eaxtfrt. Timr.
I (I. 11. TAl.COTT, Superintendent,
ft M . SMrnHTF.u, Oen'l Passenger Ajrt.
I !>. Caudwki.i,, A?a't Oon'l Pan*. Aj;t.
Lawyer* go to the Mesrenoer offico
B for Letter Hea<ta and Cards.
SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILWAY COMl'ANY
Commencing Sunday, Sept. 7tb, ISS-I, a
2 3.r? a in, PassengerTrains will run as follow:
until further notice, "Kastcrn time:"
C*< 11 ii in hiii D i ? '? i<>ti?Dail y.
Leiiro Columbia 7 -IS a in 5 27 p ti
Duo at Charleston 12 20 p tn 9 38 |> n
Leave Charleston 7 00 a tn -1 30 p n
Due at Columbia . .-...II 00 j? m 9 23 a u
1'iiiiitfcri Ifivision?1 >ni 1 v except Sundays.
Leave Columbia 7 a in ft 27 p n
Due Camden 12 b:> p m K 2ft p u
liciivn Oiiiiuli'ii 7 15 a in -1 00 p n
Due Columbia . 11 00 p in 9 22 p n
,-t i/i/'isfn }>itnt'iiti ? Daily.
Leave Columbia ft 27 p n
Due Augusta 7-11 a in
Leave Augusta 3 50 p m
Duu Columbia 9 22 p in
Con met iotif
Mario al Columbia tvit.li Columbia and (Ircen
ville railroad by train arriving at 11 00 a. in
and departing at 5 27 p. in.: al O'olnnibi;
Junction with Charlotte. Columbia and An
gusta railroad by same train to and from al
points on both roads.
At Charleston with steamers for Xew Vovl
on Satnrdav: and on Tuesday and Saturda;
with steamer for Jacksonvillu and points oi
St. John's river; also, with Charleston am
Savannah Railroad to and from Savannal
anil all points in Florida.
At Augusta with Ocorgia and Central rail
roads to and from nil points AVest and South
ut lUitcSvville to and from all points on llarn
well railroad. Through tickets can be pur
chased to all points South and West by apply
ing to
I). M< Qvkkn. A sent, ColumLia, S. 0.
John H. I'kck, (Crnernl Manager.
D. C. Ai.i.kn, (?en. l'ass. and Tiekot Ae't
The Georgia Pacific
T.^AILW _A.~5T_
Xen- Short Line, via., Atlnntn. <>a., and
I*irinir?trlinr?j. A In., to Points in
.-I Iftbftwi, -V tssissij)/)i\
Av/citn.sits, Texas and the West and
Xorff, it'est.
The fsTnrite route TO TllK WOULD'!'
FA IK, NF.W OKLKANS, LA.
/V)MK LNCINO December 1st, 1SH-1
^ Dnn'tl'j Daily Trains, with ch'jrnnl
Sle<*j?inj5 Curs attached, ("or whieh thf
iow rale of $1 fur each section i.*
charged?lowest sl^epin^ car ratos in
the United Slates. Rorths secured ten
days in advance.
SK;*. thst your Tickets
K<*ad
ATLANTA, ,.;
( KmiCIA I'Annt: HA l.WAV AN!
]tlKM IN(iU AM. ALA.
For further information \Yril" lo 01
call on
L. S. I'.]}! >W >T, Pass. Ap'-iit,
]'>]!(? is<; 11 am, A i.a.
A. f?. '!* 1! W!'ATT, Trav. }'r?k. Agt.,
A i l.an i(J a.
I. Y. ftAC F., f!r:i. Superintendent,
Hsi:\iisiiium. Ai.a.
1>JOHUONi> A.M> DANV1I.I.K
V H AlliROAI).
Pastfitgtr Jlepurtimnt.?On and after Aiif*.
Id, !S^4. paRJ<cny5r tr?iu irorvicc nu the A.
i\nd C. Dirinion will be as follows:
XtirthirarJ. No. 53* No. 53+
l.??kT^ A f 1 a f: f a ^ " " ? ift - ?
. , i M* o ?" x m
urnre (Gainesville 6 57pm 10 55 am
* T 25 p in 11 01 a m
Kalian (Up jnne /, 8 12pm 1180am
Tnccnn t 8 54 p m 12 04 p in
Seiicra Citj J ? 59 p m 1 00 p m
Central 10 32 p in 1 52 p in
]<ihertT 10 53 p m 2 13 p m
Easier 11 HI p m 2 27 p nt
(Jreeiiville / 11 42 p n. 2 47 pm
Sparlarlmi-i-/ I ?! n lis S 56 p m
(."aMuui* ,j 5 :j a tii 5 54 p ui
diarloitt h < ii1 a in 6 40 pm
Southivr.t./. No. fill* No. 52*
!.?[ * Hiarlnlt,. 1 <15 ? iti J 00 p m
4 ! riTri.; a -1 r ;? i. rn 1 <5 |. Ill
f-;-^i linbur; t:St in 3 4i in
Cifcnville 6 43am 45.1pm
ITn.-lcr I' IT ? ^ ? I?j , m
J.:l-crty . . C W a m 5 d p in
Centrwl ......... (5 55 a i.i 6 if p m
?-?-i:i?i-a I'it r T 33 a in f 36 p m
Toccn* H 40 a in 7 35 p tn
Hal>tin <Up juuo a 34 a in rt 10 p in
J;".'* .10 0y a m fi 5ii p m
(tainrsTjIlc 10 Jfi * m k! 15 n in
ai!?ir.Ik . . i 0) |> in 1! Jo u m
* K a | i 1 Mai!.
Krrirht Irein* ontliis r>>?t?? hi: carry passrnr?*ra:
passrngor train* run thrmiirh lo l)anrillo
ini! connect wit!) Yi^tu'm M If?t??J railrra
t t<i *!l e.t.-lr i n cit irs, rii'l r.t A I l?ul a * il ii
*11 lioo* >?irfI'tMtlg. Xo. jO leaves lyi-hi:mni)
* I 1 |i :u rnd No. fcl arrive* there *1 4 i> iiit i2
leave* Kicliu:o!i<! at I 25 u in, a'i uriiro:< r
it 7 4 1 c in
/f"Cars trf'/iotO
:h<t>ujc: On train* Nos. f?t) Ritd 01, Xi*tv
York aiui Al'mita, via Washii ^t?>n nnil
PanvjlJo, (irocnslxvrn ami Acli viIJ<*; on
train*; Nos. W1 ami 5i>, ilicliinonii anil
Danville, Washington, Augusta ami N'cw
Drlo.ni:>:. Through tuki-ls on salo tl
i.'harlotto, (JriMMivillc, BeniM'a. Spartanlung
*n?J (iaiiK'sville to ail ji^inls south.
<i>iltli norlh nnri -i
will) N. K. ruilruad to a:nl from Athens
'> with N*. L'. Io mid from Taliulali !'"*li?
? wi!b Kl. Air J.in.H to und fi qui K!L.;rt<>n
*nd Bowors*viilt?; il with |}luu J?it<
i!id (Volu Walhalla; r. with C. and <i. to
iml from (irof*!)woo'l, N^wfoerrv, Alston
nil] Columbia; J' with A. S. and S.,
I'. ?.* to a;i<! from Il<-i)dtM?i*onvill<',
Alston, A-o.; </ v. i:h Chi'st:>r and Ijftioit
lo kixl fn?m (.'hcstiT, Voikvilln un i Dallas;
/: with S. division s:id C. A
A. to Miid from (in'onshoro, Hu!ci?h, At
r.nuuN'ti Kkuki.ev, Supt.
M. Slmi<jh!ci\ (it?n. l'a??;. Ajjt.
A. It Hivcri, 2<J V. r. mid <iwo. Miiu.
C'AliPEm
C A!! JT.Ttt and Huuso FumU'iiii}!
(iootU-, t 1m* ISl,.ck South of !hi!'illion-,
"M;>i|ll"t. I^nissr-ls. 8 i'iy tn'i I
-rni.> l>..~. - -- ? >* >
r?'? -.J ??. *11 1 ? i ;ii
niotht. Window Shades, Wall Papers,
lIonliM-s, T.ac.i ftirfjiiis, (" ?rnicr. a ami
Pole#, Cocoa ?ti?i Canton Msittings, Upliolstory,
Kngravinja Cromos, Pictnrf
Frames. Write for sample* and price*
BAILIK <V GOSKEHY,
Augusta, (is.
A 1.1. (he new shapes in Hat's mxl KoiiiirIh
with Ribbon.*, HirrU, Flowers, Hatim
?ml V?lvcto to match.
It. M. HADDOX & CO.
K* a mi no our Stock before buying
your wedding and Christina* present*
elsewhere. Speed & Lowry.
Subscribe for the Messenger
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(IAN 1*.K FOUND TIIK LAKOF.ST STO
J Komi Carts, I'luntalion Wagons (nil si
I Saddles, Helling. Leather of all kinds, Wujci
1 will OFFKK SPIXIAI. BAUtJAlNS IN A 1
than Manuiuetiirers' Prices. These l>UK^i<
which 1 will guarantee ei|tial to the best. Vi
: that they Hie abrtolnle bargains.
A. 1
(Sucrcssor lo R. II. May Co.,)
SAVofEw,! AUGUSTA,
( Oct 8-fim.
Carriage Emori
Establis
Bay &
733 and 735 BROAD STRE
! K'anufactarers ana Di
Onvriapos. Rockaways and liujrfrios. 1'lai
' ufaclnnTs* Agents for tin* Sp.1i> o
1 The GENUINE and only Road Cart div
1 Price $15 n
\vii,son, (.'iiii.ns & co s
Packiujr. .? >?? -..a . Ilcmlock Suit
Kill Skins. A full Stock of Shoo Lasts
vonn oi?nki{t;, on calk and she
TOM -JUCES.
I?ead! Heme
FIVE MONTHS FOR
THE NffiONALI
WASI-II1TC
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Washington Kvi-nls, Local, Ooncral, Foi
to any a<lilr?*sk from now until Nov. I?Ol
We wish to place (he National 1
nicmner oi our party. unci to accompJisi]
price to mere cost of blank paper.
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CORP.ESP
\VA STK1)?('OHIlKSi'ON'l) KN'T?\\
lion to whom a fair price will l>e paid,
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Address A. G011D0I
Publisher of DAI
Editorial Rooms 2 Congress S
THE<
! F. A, B '
ESTABLIS
: Watches, Bias
sterling Silver &:
CLOCKS, BRONZES A!
r/ir
? *~
I II?I I .11 HI?i 11 1 iiwuaaHKBt?nq,wimwI'j.
I And will completely clmnpe tbo blood 1
person who will tuko 1 Fill each night fi
health, |f snch a thlni; l>o possible* For Ft
Physicians DM them for tho euro of LIT?
' or sent by mall for ?Gr. In stumps. Circa
110 fcF*f . ' rrvs t-:h
; use ii m belii
, JOHNSON'S ANCCYKE LINIMEI
neif, Marking ougfi, wl.oniunK < >:u'i. Chronic I>iar
Dlteatui r' jio Sp'uo. Sold cvcrv*!i-ro. Circular* flr
It 14 a well-known fact that nx.'t or t'.e Ei E8 K
Hone and Cattle Powder anui In ih:? c.*in? Ci Ha fi
r try it worthln*; that Shcridnn f IodJIMob IJuHS Bj
< FowJer I* absolutely nare anil very valuable- QfjSzl H
i Nothing on ICartfi will mako Hons Rwfl fi
layIlk?Sheridan'*Condition I'ow- |i|ff
der. Dote, one teairvxiwful to each pint of ? "
nod II will alee poeltirelr prerent and cnraiH
CHICKEN CHOLERA,jo
DYEAR'S
3 Repository.
j.
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CK OF CARRIAGES, MJOGIES, l'lI^ETOXS, f
7.c?>. 1 lo C horse, ) Sinj;l? and Double Harness, *
m Material, Ac., Ac. For the next thirty d*v* 1
IjOT OF OI'KN" AND TOP UUGGIKS at lesa a
L-s are all Fine Northern ami Ka?(ern makes,
lall and examine thein and convincc jourselvea
I GOODYEAR, Agent: n
OPI\ (iKORUIy RATI.UOAD BANK. *
GEORGIA. | "CTTe2L7a?,
'HE
i of tie Ml.'
hcd (81?.
Tannahill. ?
ET - - - - AUGUSTA, GA. J
ealers In A11 Kinds Of \
ilation and Tinad "Wagons, Carts, (fro. M?n- |
f the Fra/.ier's latent liund Carts.
ested of all Sulky Motion. Ten Fat?nt.s.
nd upwards. '
i. I'lllLA DKLl'III A W UION.
Wl'i have added to our stock a find line
ofCUKAJ'TUADK BUGUIKS and ?
UOCKAWAYS made to our own order, '
with special regard to the Quality of th*
Wheels, AxIcRaixl Springs, which woaell
,'nwur Ihait any house this side of Cincinnati.
NO CHIC A I' AUCTION WOKK
SOLD. Also a full stock of Saddlery and
Harness, Jiridlen, Collars. Whips, Buggy
liulmllas. Trunks, Coach Material of i
Kvery Description, Cloths, I'dints. Coach
Varnishes. Also Leather ami Cum Belting.
Packing, Kivets and Lacing Hooks
and Punrlit's, Italian IJcmp mid Sonpstonc
: Leather, French and Aijieric&n Calf and
, Lat< > t Stylos Just Keooivod. SKND IN i
l*S. Our Prices will at all times ho BOT- J
V
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>crat$ Read!!
ONLY TWO DOLLARS. f
lAILT MMOCft IT.
3-TOlT, ID. O. ]
IKM OCRATIO newspaper containing *1!
eijrn and !*??!iN'owh. Will he mailed
h f.ir ONLY TWO HOLLARS.
Dkmochat in the hands of every good i
tlut liave reduced the subscription
;rsox sknding us ssurscribkrs
OIST i^iiiisrTS.
7r desire a good correspondent in this aec- ]
iVrsons applying for said position iniiKt
to obtain credentials. Amount however
tnhlishcd.
S" LEWIS, t
UNATIONAL DEMOCRAT, !
It. WASHINGTON, D. C. 5
>. MARK WALTER'S {
unit Marble and Granite Work*. \
h
IT., NEAR LOWKU MARKET, Augusta, Oa. ?
WOUK, Domestic an<l Imported. All J,
astern and Senti.u!i Granite, a* Low Prices.
AX1) SOUTH CAROLINA MOXUiIadk
a Si'kjjjai.ty. A large selection of
and GHANITK WORK always ou haud,
LT/ITKRING and DKLIVKRV. J
? I III Mil III Mill mm |,||,| |, ,,| |M| 11
EAME, ' I
III ED 1842. :
Y
mis, Jewelry, j
triple riaiea ware, ' ;
m FINE FANCY GOODS
>2 Broad Street, Augusta, Q-a.
guz^rlLLo >
n the entire flj-stcm in three roonUu. Any
om 1 to la weoki, may be restored to loand
male Complaints these Pills hsvo no equal* ***
;li and KIDNEY diseases. Bold everywhere*
turB ixoc. i. a. JOlINHOJf & CO , flotton, lltu. ^
1^ Cron'p, AMhmo. Bronchitis, TfeuraV?5d
Kit*. Ith?uinatl*m. JOHNSON S AXOKm
iiiNE LINIMENT (Jor JiutnuU and External
Kjt?! r "A w'" Instantaneously relievo these terrible
3 ki ?l's*'A,c,t null will positively euro nlno caici
Bfli 'i4t of ten. Information that will sara many
RTlv "t*j *r,l( rr0? ,>y m*"- rX">'' delay a momoct.
ij V& Prevention 1* better than cur*
IT C'tTTJES lnflaenfa, Bleeding at the tnnife. TToano- '
Thorn. J)y?> ntcrv, Cholera Morbus, KUlnoy Troubles, and
eo. I. 8. JOHNSON & CO., lloaton, Mass. i
MENS LM;
o? Cholera, Ac. SoMeTai/wbasa.craantbyaanfcrMeA
PALMETTO"""
o
Proprietor of the largest saloon in th* i
toniers by false advertisements. Tho linlf
apcrs. He in well prepared for fall trade. The T
hint; in the linn of
Foreign and Domestic
tho beat tho market affords. Ho ban got 1
Rye and Corn, Irish ai
ipjjlr, l*cach, California and French
Port
He can cheerfullr recommend hii good* te the
rinka with all the DELICIOUS BEVF.RAOES o
H41NKS. Ilia specialty ia a large atoek of l'Ull
Jeatleraen's Resort, No.
ml yon will not forget again
A Good Line of Tob
P'eiotej
The Centeim
'ne of th* beat arranged houses In the up-countn
the choice*! and moat p
FAMILY WINES ,
Domestic and Impc
lew mnd Porter, Champagne, ole., together with
iat cannot be excelled in qualitr. We cordially ;
i*? us a trial, hoping to guarantee ratinfaction in
Hull k Cm
Good Billiard an
connection with Bar, and will bo conducted prop.
^ es "sr cs :
The Furniture Bi
AMD WE KEEP
BY 01'It r/)\V P KICKS. Our stock is s
tuie Business in the South, ami defy c
;ecp everything in our lino, besides all t
involving IJook Oases, Red Lounges, Vieni
'atent Ilaby Crihs, Insoct Castors, Purnitu
lark's Adjustable Folding Chairs, Invalid
Mllows, &o. Give us a call, or write for <
Or. 3Lbo JSC^TOrJE
840 BROAD STUKBT.
?U(JEXE Tl.GARY, ]
2j 1
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
AbbcTillo, S. C. o
A REMARKABLE CUE! i
IN WMiru *
>HYSIC1AHS AfID StififiEOJS DECIDED I
TO USE THS SlitFE.
My wife mad daughter nufferi?d for yaara with
,n ? Section of tho throat, which was Gradually *
at aurnly undrrmbdng their health, and was a
*nirce of anxiety to all of ua. Two of the beat
ihvslcians of the city and also a anrgeon were
ttllod In, and after a careful examination they
lecided tliat there wiu no ohaoco of a cure uorvs
they would cousunt to UDdtapo a surreal
Iteration. We wore much opposed to tho knife
Kilnjc used, ?ntll all other mean* had been ?xlauNttxl.
So. we began to use different throat
?m*dle? sold at dm I? store*. W? finally got to
Irewer's Luna Kestorar. iuid the eff?M?ta ware
"ily wondorml; and after a fow bottles had
loan taken they were entirely relieved of the
run bio and tholr health fully restored. If an*
if my family ahould over bo similarly affected,
would, if necessary, travel around tho world
n order to get tkU remedy. Very rospectfnlly,
W. 11. iLANsVlKLD,
Macon, Oa.
I WII III III I III II 18 II I IIIW a II II >1 11 IB
Mxc>n, G\., August Iftth, 18S0.
With groat pleasure I certify to the cfttcaey
if that truly uxcelleut preparation?Brewer's
.ung Keatoror. It luia indeed pruvon to be a
ovoreigu remedy In my family. For many
ion t ha my wife tin? sutferod from weak lungs,
mi has experienced great difficulty iu brcathng,
ao mu<.'h so that ahe oould uot aloep at all at
Ijtht; alio also lost her appetlto, ami. In fact,
or condition whs truly alarming. The Lung f,
tcatorer hiving lnwn reooiuroonded by several ?
ri#.?<u r^jAii^i ?...?? i? ??.i tn-t ii. B
riiich I did, and witli the most happfe effect. h
ho bun trtiou but tv/o bottles, aud the result In ?.
rutulerful. Bho now experience no difficulty r
i breathing, bur appetite U good, aud aha Is ^
npidly rejr.iluitix liw strength, and I am con- X
mh-oJ its continued ua? will effeot a permanent v
uro. 1 would, therefore, cheerfully reooininend
t to all who huve weak lungs. an it OHiinot fail
o bo of great benefit to all who may give it a a
rial Yours trulv.
OHO. W. SIMS jJ
The jiIk.vo testimonial was given lu 1880. Hear ?
rlint the simo Ken' Ionian s.ayu after an interval ?
f four years: "
' I have had no e?iuj?e to chance my opinion B
elntivo to I ho otllcuey of Browor'u Lung Kotori.r
in cnitos of liiKeascd lungs. Tho benefit _
crivod by my wife from its nso lias boen per- ?j
::<ncnt. My faith in It* vlrtnoa Is such that I t>
hforlully rocommcud It to all who aro afflicted n
fiih pulmonary disease. Very respectfully,
GEO. W. 8IMS."
.A5SAR, RANKIN,*&.UVMAB,' D
MACON, GA' I
FOUTZ'S K
HOR8K AMD OATTLK POWDERS
JS^^. a
No Iloin WlU <11 o of Colic, Hot* or I.uno Fa- T ^
ru, if Foutrt Powder* lira u*ed In time.
TouU's Powder* will care and proventHooCaoiJHA.
-Foot*'* Powder* will prevent Gapir ix Fowl*.
Fonts'* Powders will Increase tlie quantity of milk
tad cream twenty per cent., and make the batter firm
mrt rareet.
Fonts'* Powder* wlU rare or prevent almoei ITUT A
)TUitt to which Horeee end Cattle are subject. 11
Fotrre*e Powoiu will ?ira satwvacmox. '*
old everywhere.
PAVX8 M. WOVTS, Proprietor, * >
LTUtO&a.MD. in<
j
_jiULaoi???.?*?
SALOON !
c
ip-country, don't intend to dupe bis cu?- o
is not mentioned in Hie t*irco Abbeville
'nlmetto Ilnuso is well stockod with ororv- *
li
Wines and Liquors,!
jlqtiorn nine jcarfl ol'l. Good old ^
id Scotch Whiskies, '
h
t. ltraudiea. t
cr, Ale and Fresh Layer Tlecr {
miblio for METHCINA I, UKE. and mixed n
f the Hi'Rsnn. Also COOI.. TKUPl'B A*i'
E (IOODS. Cnll ftt thV '
4 Washington Street,"
THOMAS McOETTIGAN. "
c
acco and Cigars.
:"tss&9 3E"?s.C3'tssS j,
rial Saloon, i
*, propose# to keop io atnck for fal) trado
opular grades of *
4.ND LIQUORS, '
>rted Brandies, 1
8
fine ntock of CIOAKf* and TOBACCO* i
inrit o people who npprccifita good jjooda to
any goods pell. t
lillaia, Pri's, i
Between Russell's and Doo^Us*.
I
d Pool Room
prly i?t whatoTer co*t. 1-tf (
3E1a IS^ST f
aruolx. I
t
lSiE8SS Augusta, ;
fp wmnrarn '
A A JUAW 0 JkXtt f
imply immense. We lead the Furrii- 8
otupetition from every quarter. We "
lie novelties, kucIi as Folding Beds, t
ia Bontwood ChnirH, Baby Cnrriacos. t
re Polish, Patent Desks of all kii ds, ^
Chairs, Feathers, Mattresses, Springs,
:utaloyuc and price lint. *
jb3E3?E? <a&> G90* *
AUGUSTA, GA. o
|(
Warren Leland, !
rhom orerybody knows aa tho gnoooaafnl n
ianag#roX tho 1,
Largest Hotel Enterprises
f AmerlM, ?ay? that while a pasecDger from
lew York on board a ship going around Cap* *
lorn, In tho early days of emigration to Cal- -A
tornla, he learned that one of the officer* of \
he veesel had onred himself, daring tho Toy- ,
ge, ox an oMtrntu tuaoaao Dy tbe uh of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. b
rtnoo then Mr. Lxlaxd hu roco mm ended
Iran's Sabsapabilla In many similar ,s
mm, and lie has never yet hoard of Its fall- 1
ire to effect a radical care. ,
Some years ago one of Mr. Lsuutd's farm
tboren bruised his leg. Owing to the bad I
tat* of hla blood, an ugly aorofuloua swelling x
t lump appeared on tbe injured limb, llor- ^
ible ltclilng of tbe akin, with burning and 1
lartlng palna through tbe lump, nuulo life '
lmou Intolerable. The leg beeaiuo enor- 1
jously enlarged, and running ulcers formod,
[lscb&rglng great quantities of extremely "
ffensivo matter. No treatment was of any 1
Tall until tbe man, by Mr. Le land's dlreo i
Ion, was suppllod with Aykr's Sabsapaiilua,
whioh allayed tbe pain and lrritatloa, "
ealed the sores, removed tho awelllng, and
ompletely restored tbe limb to use. t'
Mr. Lklakd hu personally used {
Ayer's Sarsaparilla ;
ar Rheumatism. -with entire auooeas; and, p
iter careful observation, declares tbat, In
is belief, there U no medicine in the world 1
qual to it (or tbo onre of Uver Disorders, ri
loot, the effects of bleb llflnc* Salt k.
Iheum, Bores, Eruptions, and all tba
arloua forms of blood diseases. v"
We have Mr. Lblaji n's permission to In rite n
11 who may desire further evidanse In regard t)
> the extraordinary ouratlve powers of f
tbk'b sabbapthim i to seo him person. '
lly either at his mammoth Ooean Hotel, ?<
ong Branch, or at tho popular Lolsnd Hotel, 0
iroadway, 37th and 28th Streets, New York.
Mr. Lkland's extensive knowledge of the 1'
Md done by this unequalled e radios tor of oi
lood poisons enables him to givo inquire!* K(
iuch valnable information.
PBXPAKBD nv
>r.J.O.Ayer& Co., Lowell, Mast. C(
Bold by all Druggists; fl, ate bottles tor CO. f,
AUI1AM2K IMUKI,, <i
u
0llllRN VI i.r.K, 8. C. ?
V
[R GJbT TWO-CLASS QOTliL IS .
T?!K WOULD. ?
W. R. Whitk, Picophiistok. 0
6 C. WILLIAMS, 0
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SCBQKOM DKNTI.ST, 41
Greenwood, 8. C., w
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ON'T FORGET, we horo * modern _
swift running uower press, new
io, ruled nnd blank paper, envelopes
1 cat dft?so bring in your printing. C
i I . Tw;- . ' .1 . tfya
,ail,i : . _
A Century of McthodlHm.
Hai.tuiork, Mn., Docombef 9.?Whirt
hnngcB have boon wrought In * hunIrod
yearn! Wo are riot conscious of
ur wonderful progress until wo stop
ml compare our own times with tho??
f our fathers, or contrast to-day with
he utato of things a century ago. A
mndred years ago, Francis Aabury sent
rrecboni Oarrettson nbroad to call toother
tho itinerants from Nova Scotia
o North Carolina to meet Dr. Coke in
Jonfcrctico in Baltimore and organiao
t. - /-il t- -
iiu v/iiurcn. vrsyrouHon travelled twQlve
mndred inilcH in six weeks, and aecarod
ho attendance of sixty of the oightyhreo
itinerants which constituted tho
ctivo foroo of Methodism at that time,
'o-day tho delegates, lay and clerical,
rc coming in from all dircctionu in palco
cars, travelling an far in a single
ighU while asleep, as Garrottfion trarlled
in a week.
A hundrod years ago tho Conforonoe
net io Lovely Lane Chapol, tho oa!y
/hurch which tho Methodists had thon
n "TUltimoro Town." Rome idea of the
ostlinoss of this primitive place of
rorship may bo scathored from the f*c.t
hat Bishop Coko bogged "the brethren,
f possible, to try to sccure a stove to
rarm tlio _hnrch, and also to pot backs
o some of the bonchca to add to their
omfort." To-night tho Conference is
nooting In the First Methodist Kpiscotal
Church, corner I'ayctte and Charles
troct*. which sprung from tho old Lovsy
Lane Chapel and is near the site of
hat historic building. The Chureh is
splendid structure, built of brick, with
nrpetcd floor and upholstered pewa,
nd, instead of a stove, is heated with
iot?ir from fornacca beneath.
i i i i -?? *
.n iiuimii.u j<?;nrn ngo mere were oniy
ixty Methodist meeting honnes in Araerca.
To-day thcr? arc 101 in this city
lono. A hundred years ago John Street
Jhurch in New York wan the most procutiotis
Church building the Methodists
wd. To-day they own aomo of the fin-'
>st in America, the Mount Vernon Flaca
Church, in which the Conference inoata
e-inorrow morning, boing one of tho
incat. At the Christinns Conference of
781 it wan determined to attempt to
ound a College at Abington, Maryland,
^ftor several futile atteoipts tho en%orirido
was givon over and the Church
ought every where to oatabliHh tho comnnn
schools, and it wait no nncommon
liing to seo tho school house built by
lie side of the Church, and where two
louses could not bo afforded tho school
ran uught in tho Church. In this way
ho foundation of an educational system
raa wiaoly anil broadly laid. Tho ne?da
f tbo people at length demanded ColL-gcs,
and now the Northern and Southrn
hrnncbcH of Episcopal Methodism
lona have 217 institutions of learning
f high grade. Universities Colleges,
lale and female, seminario-s and *heo)gical
institutions, with a property valation
of about f 25<(XX),(KX).
The following statistics will show tho
onderful growth of Methodism in
iin<'rica and in tho world : Episcopal
Iethodi*t? in the United States in 1883:
lenerant preachers, 23,80'J; (in 1784,
3 ;) local preachers, 33,001 ; Uy mcmors,
3.805,741, (in 1784, 14,988.) NonIpiscopal
M"thodisU in the Unitod
in 1883: Itinerant preachers,
,040; local preachor^, 1,70? : lay msrti1HS.070.
Tolnl mcLhodiitH in thn
,'niU'il States : lii-iHirant preachers, 25,looftl
proachorft, 31,714; lay inerami,
3.993,820. Methodist In Canada iu
883: Itinerant pro&cittfr*, 1,<5SS ; l?cal
U79 ; lay memiuM, 171,90.1. Total
iiiuhrr of McLiin.ti.il in the world ia
K83 : Itinerant preaclnfra, 33,385, fiu
7K4, l'J7 ; local prusch^r*, 77,9iJ5; la/
lumbers, 5,034,5(54, (in 1784. 45#,218;
)tal uiethorlixt ]>oi>ulatiou or cuimuunir,
25.489.745.
The opening saivlcos of tho Centouar
ConlWeuca ti.ix ttv<?riiug at tho fitvt
Mhodixt Church, corner Oharloa aud
Ryptte street*, were highly intercMUk-j.
ho door* \*?ru qyencd at 7 o'clock, but
?f.?rc that hour pooplo hogan to jc*ih?
r around tho duurs of the church, an i
? !...I 1
nibVM , KVl 1 11 laOCMIM AM?? A UUi4
orth westerly wind was blowing. \Vu?.*u
ie dours W(;ro opened th?r?? wad a ru*h
ir scuta, of course. The delegates w?r?
Indited lira! to the lower lloor, ami
then* directed to the galleries ; Wt
>i? rule was not lon>r observed, ami ??vry
available xpacc in tiiu chur>*.h w*a
)on occupied.
Sitting near the chancel I tjot ;i Gun
iow of the body. It in reall v u n?:i?i.iO
sat lookihg body of men. Among th*>
icos whioli KtriV.H the looker-on ar.?
?oso of l>r. A. S. Hunt, of Now York ;
on. Clinton U. Fudi, of Missouri; R?<,
tr. O. 11. Tiffany, of Naw Y?rk ; Bi*hFowl
or, Hurst and Andrew*, !>.<
leForrin, of Tennessee, [iurh*|ii ih?
ld?;*t effective minister in any hni.ntV
f thu Methodist Church, Dm. Mai tin
ml Rogers, of Baltimore, Or. Youn^
f Tennessee, ami Dr. K. K. U?udii^?.
f Missouri. Of oourxo ( could Mot
rrito thu name* won of all the dintitw
wished or fine looking men in ihw ho ly.
-Nctca and Courier.
Fine Tablo and Hull Lamps at V.
lotluun & Co.
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