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The Abbeville Messenger.
Bnteitd at .the postnflice as 2nd-clasti matter.
WEDKK8DAT, MAY 13. ISHi.
8lTBSCR1I'T ION $2 00
Railroads ill Laurens.
THK WONIHIOlUhl'li AOVANTAtiKfi
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How the Competing Lines are Bidding
for BukIiicms?Rerious Objection!*
to the Consolidation of the
.Greenwood, Iinuronn and Kpartan-tmrg
lload with the Ceorghi Central
Laurens, April 29.?Wo hnye had the
luxury of fish brought by our new railroad
(tho Greenwood, Laurens and
Spartanburg.) fresh from l'ort Royal,
caught one morning atwl delivered to
purchasers here that name night, and oil
the breakfast table the next morning.
Excursion u go tils and advertisements
4mvc been waking us up. We have just
jind an excursion by some of our young
men to witness the base ball gnme.
Ouf Sunday-schools are stirring our
young "society" from centre to circum
forence with an excursion to Augusta
to^jfojy for Which two hundred tickets
ha^re been j?old. jDur young fire compajiyiadihpirifrie
flds arc making preparetions
to participate in the coming tire
department displa}' at Augusta, 011
which occasion un excursion rate will
furnish opportunity to many for a quick
Mnd cheap visit to Augusta?a city favorably
known to lis by tradition, and
none the less so throughout the new
channels of communication. And now
while we are almost having to pinch
ourselves to know whether we are really
oursidves, we are dazed by a flood of
advertisements of excursion rates from
the "old reliable" South Carolina Kail
way and the "old reliable" Columbia
and Grocnville Railroad Company, that
used to publish excursion rates to
Charleston, and leave Laurens oi\t entirely
! But they not only "count us
in" now, but send us advertisements
embellished with something of artistic
Or. a par with this excursion boom
may be mentioned tho fact that whore
the freight on a carload of building
lumber from Augusta to Laurens was
formerly and till recently $25, it is now
only $11.75, and this not exclusively by
tho new road, but by the "old reliable"
Joluinbia and Greenville, which fact
slu>,Ws:how much better a rail road company-will
do when it has competition.
With this? competition no wonder there
was, the other day, a lot of mouldings
for buildings shipped from one of our
Laurens steam mills to a (i it-en wood
builder. Furthermore our Laurens
merchants arc beginning to attract cus
torn from the remotest sections of our
jcoujaty and even from .adjoining counties.
Our streets, too, are nti\c with
pew faces prospecting for business
openings, and the demand for houses is
unabated. But these benefits, which
appertain more immediately to our town,
areYnotbing as,compared with the benefits
conferred by our new competition
upon the people of the county?the farmers,
on whose prosperity ail el?e is
leased*- The Greenwood, Laurens and
Spartanburg is being Ftcadiiy pushed
forward. For about two and a half
weeks the iron horse has b??t?t? pasturing
pn the banks of the Enorte, "bathing
his fetlocks'' in tho crystal waters preparatory
to leaping across the bold and
beautiful Enoree in his "turf-timo*'
oounu towards ttpartanburg. In ten
days the locomotive is expected to cross
.the Enoroe, nnd within a week from
?h*t event it will reach Woodruff,
vwhehce a good line of hacks will lie
provided for conveying pass.-ngers to
Spartanburg, sixteen miles distant, and
thence to Glenn Spring!, also sixteen
miles distant, which will he a great accommodation
to people from Augusta
and beyond, ns also from tlic Savannah
side of our State, who may want to
reach these wondorful life-giving
\Vl)en the Greenwood, Laurens and
Spartanburg Railroad shall have be??n
pushed through to completion, ns it will
be during the coining summer, we will
docile** haye increased advantages in
freights oyer what we now hare. That
is unless our town and county should
again bw comparative!^ "oottled up,"
/is we , were formerly by the "old
reliable" Columbia and Greenville
Railroad Company when they were
without competition and used to charge
us $25 for what they are in.w glad to do
for us for if 11.75, in tho way of landing
fhe luinbor above mentioned.
tyo are well pleased with the Georgia
Contral so far, but yr> don't want too
piuch eVen of so good a thiijg. In other
words, much as yroiike Mr. Raoul
Sml his policy, we don't want t/> be put
iff his pocket any more than in anybody
else's. Tho opinion of not only thi*
town but of this county. so far as can
learned, is overwhelmingly opposed to
the Greenwood and Laurens Railroad
Company being consolidat-d with the
Georgia Central System. In f.iet, the
opinion and feeling in this direction is
almost unanimous against the proposed
consolidation, but not more so than it
would bo against any other syudicato or
company similarly situated. And if
the C9^s(>Udation in question should be
effoetoa, it will be alter the exhaustion
of avery reasonable effort?including a j
resprifto the Courts?which fight, it Is
understood, experienced counsel are
fntdv to nnilprUlra bc/i ?**??
. V ?""w/" v wi/MT/ //rtw
without feo*- or reward.?News and
Vour%ief. > K 1
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PROHIBITION AND HYPOCRICY.
How the Moral CKizcim or Maine A)
MmiuKe to Kvatle the Iiiquor Law. '
1'ciiTi.ANr>, Me., May 0.?The most tit
prominent tiling in regard to the prohi- ,nj
bition laws is the humor attached to
j them. Anil the more they are enforced i
i thf more this is apparent. Just now the ~
: friends of the anti-liqor laws have taken
I a sudiU'ii start and are endeavoring with
j might and main to suppress illegal li<j|
The World correspondent, in company
with a Boston lawyer, made a tour of
this town last evening to see how much i
of the ardent could bo obtained and the
manner of procuring it Wo found 110
difficulty in grtting rum,, but the wny in
which it was got was both peculiar and
ridiculous. First we applied at a k-ading
hotel, which, until recently, had its
first-class bar. In a whisper the smiling
clerk was told what was wanted.
"Here take these keys," said ho, ' and
go to room 4, first floor front."
We found room 4 to contain several
chairs and a table, but no sign of a bar.
a r - .1
miui miiiinjj u itn M'CUiiiiN 111 came llie
clerk carrying a good-sized car^ci-bag
which h" deposited on the table.
"I etirrv the bar with me," ho explained
as he opened the bag and took
therefrom several bottles labeled with
tlier respective li<|non?, which were followed
by glasses, bitters, tfce. After
sampling tlje nlchoholic beverages the
clerk explained that if a .search was
made by the ollicers it was a very easy
matter for him to take his grip, or barroom,
and march around town with it
until tlie searchers hud left in disgust.
We next took a walk down by the i
llailroad depots, where saloons were
formerly as thick as those on the Bowery.
And indeed the most of them are
open now, but liquors, especially ale
ani beer, are not so easily obtained in
them. In one place we were served in
a iuiio iron-clad room, with a huge oak
bur thrown across the door to prove in
surprise. In another we ware given alo
which flowed from what to all appearances
was a harmless gas pipe. Instill
another place our liquor was brought
on sealed up in egg shells, the meat
having been blown out. In all of these
places a tub of acid is kept handy, and ?
at the appearance of an officer the liquor '
dunipted into ?t. This is, nil kept on
hand. The main supply is always hidden
somewhere about the building. As
we were returning up town no less than
five persons?young men?came up to
us at different times and asked if we
| were "lookiii1 for sometliin' to lake."
j These wero bottle-carriers, or walking i s'.
bar rooms, and u great dual of liquor is I n
disposed of by them, many having their i j?1
regular customers. Among the for-! Si
eigners liquor is s<dd mostly by women (I"1
in their kitchens, and numerous is the ! 0
! motherly loo'? in?, dame who carries her
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..ui nutiui- rcire.snmcni m Her I
1 1 ' vf)
sumptuous bustle. I
C'lmrlcston Wins the i'rlzo. j tw
At ihe meeting of the State Iionrd of
Kdncation. belli yesterday in the oflice ?'
* % i M
of tlie State Superintendent of F.duca
lion, the principnl business transacted j
was the selection of a place for holding in
the next sessions of the State Normal j in
j Institutes. The choice of a place for the : ^
I white institute resulted in a victor}' for \\
j the "City by the Sea." There were
- three contestants for the honor?Charles- ()
. ton, Anderson and Yorkville. if"
There were two contestants for the ! M
colored institute?Columbia and Aiken ! .
; ?and Aiken was awarded the prize. j Hi
j The date will be fixed by the State | ""
. Superintendent of Education. j tv
' A case against William Van Tassel for ! ?"
j selling liquor without a license, which 1:1
j has been on the docket four terms, was
! culled for trial. Mr A. I'.. Knowlton. the
' cotisel for Van Tassel, asked for a con- ?|
lintinnre nf tli?? i"icj >.I.... i .?i
- ?* 6 jj?-I !??? ?:.!
j sickness. The solicitor said that he
| would consent to u postponement until
j tho next day to oblige counsel, hut In*
! could not consent to have the case go
J over the term. Tho town of Orange- tli
| hurg had bron a dry town at the time s,!
I the offence of the accused hau been b
j committed. The town had since then J.'1
j voted to he -a wet town, and he wanted ()t
i to have this case disposed of without 1,1
further delay, in order that the offence
might not seem to be cordoned. :
.I Jul ie IVorfsley said that if tho town jH
of Orangeburg had stood by its integrity
h! might liavo felt more hesitation in
granting the continuance. He could not
see, however, that any injury could be _
done by failing to push otic such case to TI
trial in a town which has gone bark on ^
its former position and given permission p
to Hood the the county with drunkm-ilu i S
"I never expect to see," said he, 'tho j.'i
day when rvn will not drink, hut until, ^
we gi;t ri?1 of the evil of theso grogshops s
I have little hope of improvements in S
tin? momls of the community. I have *
no idea that thin man could he convicted
in a town which ha.s ^one back from no
t'cenxe to licence, and I do not care
about pressing the case to trijil.? A*ewn A
A WICK TO MOTIIEUH. ),
I Are ynn disturbed at night and hroj
ken of y? ur res! by a sirk child suflVrI
in}.' and cryi..g with pain of cutting ?i
I teeth? If so, si ml at once and get a ?'
I bottleof Mrs. Wixsi.ow's Soothixo Syuron
Ciiii.i>in n Tkkthino. Its value
is Incalculable. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer immediately. Depend upon
it, mothers, there is no mistake about
it. It cures dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates
tho stomach and bowels, cures
wind colic, softens tho euma. rednroo in.
flamation, and gives tone and energy to
the whole system. Mas. Winhlow's "~
Soothio Strup for Children Trethino
is-pleasant to the taste, and . is the pros
cription of one of the oldest and best f?male
nurses and phypioians in the United fri
States, and is for salo by all druggitto W(
throughout the world. Price 26 cents a utl
battle. 5-ay 72
[7E have this day formed r partnership for
V the practice of law uuder the firm naniu
Cahon A IIonham. Mr. ltorham lias re'ed
from the Master's oflioe and will devote
* whole attention to the practice.
t-IT'Ollice, O'Neill Kunge.
SAM'L. C. CARON,
3G M. L. HON HAM. Ju.
No other complaints arc so insidious In their
attack as those affecting tlio throat and lungs:
none so trilicit with by the majority of siill'crcrs.
The ordinary cough or cold, resulting
perhaps front a trilling or unconscious cxnnnurM
in nflon l>m U.? ,.r ? i
BicUllO:'*. AVER'S ClIKItRY riHTOItAI. lir.3
ji.ovcn it* olficaey in n forty years' tight
v. ;h t'nruii; mi.I lin.Klilteiiiu'B, r.iul tliuiiid to
l.ikuu in u.l easvj without <J?lay.
A TorrMilo CcurIi Curotl.
"Tn 1.?.17 1 limit ? Jitcri'colii, xvlikli nffpflrd
my iiiii^s. 1 Iih.I :i terrible cough. ai.tl >1
night altvr ni^ht without r!et-i>. Tlio Uoetois
l'.ivo me iii>. 1 f:i-il Avint'n Ciikisuv I'i:rt-iiiu.,
which r?i;t?veil my limps, iin'iiciii
i mi t Htr'?ri'?iil mo tllo rent i.ercpsary
l-r the ivfivt-ry of tnv strenp.ili. By tl.o
o-iiuii.uo.r mo ?T tlio I"11 Tin;.*, i. n i>crmaiiviu.
ciiiO was f|i>rl?-il. J kiii now fc yriira
ni l, ha:* n i.l h.'arly, nnil r.m tulislictl >our
lilltltlti* 1'KC'IV.*. V I. KJlVOtl lilt?.
Jloit??* : r,\n:i:?OTJii:n."
Itoc'..iii^hiti:i, \t.,t'u*y I?, KM.'.
Crnn;>.? A JIuIlu'v's TrllMitc.
"'""i.lw in the c< m.trv !?>| wh t?r my l'ttlo
IkiV, l-iliw *? :.r<>I<!, v. us li;l-rii il! wllh rl'VUp;
it s..-i;i.??l f Ii?: woii.it i!iu Ironi straiijiU.
ICBI'I Uie rminlv Cli^CHU'il Hit' liSO
t Air.li'i CUKl.l!" I'MTiillAI., a bottlo of
i n.'li \t;u \s J;/|*l iii tlso house. Tl.il
i-" irifl :n kh.uU nii.l fivi,uei:t tit'Sc?, ni.il
o sr 'le' ^lit ii >?w ilinn !.nif till hour 1 l:o |
:...? I>:'lt%-iit. >\::s l.r- V.I'J/twiiy. The due*
.o*S.,!!l I'.M 11... fiii.tkV lMtTORAI. liiul
I- i ui\ tin,;N lift-, ran you wouilei* at
.r- .. iiiu .o .' Jju.v rc'*y .V'tirs,
.* :rs." t'nm a O rnxrv." i
Jo.. Woi't l.'Fth St.. Now York, May 10. 1;f 2.
' ! 1>?iv mv.-I Avrts's Ciii kry Pl-'CTniJAIi '
in **i? I. si :t??r Hrvi-ral joins, isint lio not
to |iioiii>i!' ! it tin* most ofVtctr.r.l
t- :iirt?y ?.>r cos.^'i-' aii'l C'.l-its we have rvtr
iri' (. A. !. t IJAJCE,"
J.a:?o f'rysutl, r>'ini!._ Alarch 13, U'S2.
s:itr vs?.J for ?-i?J:t y. rirs from P.rrr.chi'Js,
:i t ?i-15till > 'l t IlitV.i'N Wltll I o MSC
1 ftiri <; oj use of Avi !('s ('m it
?;\ f -i: .1.. .iiis-nt WAUiliS."
1-.. Mi.-s., Apr': fi,
i c-'iim-t ?;iy <-t . Mijtli in of AVril'S |
Ci:i:i:*v ! ?:? r>n:.m.. :i-c ::s I ?!<? tlmt
Imt f?r its us'- I should > ! (, m. ? i-sive lileil
from lung iivnblM ! . I'li .iiUyx."
i'ii'ejliiin, Texas. ^ CC. : U.
cf*c or ill of ll.o l!irf,Rt or
lunps exists which riniiot beprci i!\ relieved
by the use of A villi's l'iiKi:irv l'i:? i<>kai.,
Hsi'l if will attvn>jii rnrr wlirii tin* iUfcr.se is
not already beyond ilse control or medicine.
I'HKl'A UEU IIY
Dr. J.C.Ayer<5c Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by nil i)ru&;ists.
^/f ASTER'S f>ALK.
tlik Sr.\tk i.k soi'tii c a ho i.i s' a.
Ceuntv of Abbeville. !
Jii tlie Coniiiinii Plea*.
W. WngeniT.t Cii., against T. \V. Mars,
In I5e., T. W. Wagoner & Co., against Lucy |
By virtue of nu order made in the above I
iited case on the 21st day of April, ISSj, I j
II resell at public outcry at Abbeville, (!. i
., S. C., on .Monday, Jiiik 1st, 1SS."?. bein^ j
lie Day. witliin the legal hours of sale, the '
llowing described property, situate in said I
ate and County, to wit : All that tract or
ireel of land containing
XM III' M D11 Ml) AND MIGHTY- '
FlYK AC II MS,
ore or less and bounded bv lauds of the '
itate of Josiali Wells,S. It. Morrah, .1. I'..
nldwell ami others.
Iso that tract or pureed of land, coii- j
OXM IIIJXI)HMD ACHMS, j
ore <>r loss, nn<l bounded by lands ??f James '
cCaslan, said T. \V*. Miirs and others, and I
town as tliu McCili'i'j place
Also, that tract or parcel of land, containJX
TWO HUNDRED ACRES,
ore < r less and hounded by lands of Janics ;
cCashin, A. 11. Lii.dsav and others, knmvn I
so as the McCelvev tract, willed to said T. j
Mars by his father John A. Ma>-s.
Also, one undivided half interest in
NE HUNDRED AND SIXTV ACRES,
ore or less, known as the Covin Tract and I
itinded hv lands of Mrs. J. \V. \V. Marshall, i
rs. Jane Lee and James Tajrirart.
The said lands to ho sold in accordance with j
le decree of fnreclo.-itre beret ot??ri* passed on j
ic 13:h dav of Jun.\ ISS1, and the ;:?k of
lid I.iicv J. Mars, l:.r;ncr purchase;-. Terms
of sale, oik-li.i'f e.?sh, hu'nnce on
reive nonliis \vi:'n interest fr wo day ot sale,
ic credit portion tobeseeusvl by bond with
itlicieiit security and morijfajfcof the pretties
sold?l'urclia-cr topav fi?r papers.
J. ('. KIiU(Si!, Master.
May t>, 1836-it h8
Oppick Ciii niy CoaMisnioni:ks. ) i
AUUKVIl.l.K (IlK'STV, Mny I, I.HS't. J
Wiii.Ks.vs, information bus been received at
lis olllce that Home unknown person c.r per-.
his, on or about the 2?th day of April, 1885,
moved 11 number of iron bolls from havis*
rid^rc over Little River in tliis C-iiintv,
icrebv onda'igeriii<r said bridjre and Ihcpub?
safety ; now in order that tbe interests of
tlie county may b?s protected we do hereby
lor a reward of
T W K XTY-FIV K 1)0 I.LARS
r the apprehension and delivery to the Slier'of
Abbeville County, of sueh person or
rsons, with proof to convict.
.1 AS. A. McCORI),
W11,1,1 AM Rli.KY,
W. T. COWAN.
May 0, '8i-4t / HI
ray H. H. P. IS A SUCCESS.
IRST --It is good.
KCON1)?It is pleasant.
ill Ul) ? It is sate.
Ol'RTII-It does exactly what we claim for
IFTU?It iii made by reliable parties.
I XT 11?It has no equal.
KVKNTII?It does not imnioitlc.
IWHTII?It does not gripe.
INTII?It will cure you.
ESTI1?It is the beat Liver Madlclnc known,
tit cost.* only ril'sy Cents h liottlc.
Ncvor Falling rrerfntion of Spring
riU. IXYIGOHATK T!IH SYSTEM.
irrs Tone to the Stomach.
Iielicvos Torpid Liver
id remove# nil e.xCiMslre Idle fiinn the *ysiii
nnd iiK|-iiriii.'H frmn tin- L'o i?i.
11ms li.-cu irii'il Iiy t ion in the |nist
ui'vmr* itti?l found w ir.ii> ilic C"i.iiiiciiila
llll of (ill.
II. II. . P. only HO cents per Bottle.
liARUKTT & McMAMTEK,
Wholesale and Retail Dmggiita,
March 18-M . 58
Reft call men ta at the Palmetto.
Thomas McGettigan, of the old reliae
Palmetto Saloon, invites his many
lends to give him a call during Conrl
sek. The Palmetto Saloon is well
Dcked with first-claw* refreshments
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TR*AHrRER'H OFFICE, I
April 8th, 1885. f
IN' accordance with the Act to raise suppli
for the fiscal "year Commencing Norer
her 1st, 1884 approved December 24th, 18
notice is hereby given that the Treasure!
office of Abbeville county will be open for t
collection of Taxes.
Friday, lay 1st 1885.
and will remain oj>en until Juno 1st, 188
Taxes are payable as heretofore in two equ
installments. The first is due and payal
from May 1st until June 1st, and if not on
until the second is due Jiee ytr centum will
added to said tirst installment. The secoi
installment is due and payable from the tii
ilnv of October to the 30th dav of Novenib
Tax payers can pay all in May if thej- <1
sire to ilo so.
The rate per centum for Abboville Coun
is as follows:
Statn niirooKfS . 5V \lillo
County current 3 "
Schools . 2 "
Special 11<J "
Tot ill 12 "
roll tax $1.00
Taxes arc payable in the follow'up kind
funds siii?I no oilier: (?old and silver coi
United Stafcs currency, national bank not
mid coupons which shall heconio payable dn
injjthe year 1SS5 on the valid consolidat
bonds of this Statu known as"llrown Horn!
mid un the bonds of this State kown ns '*IJ
tieiencv Honds" also Jurors certificates n
the jier divin of State witnesses in t'ie t'irn
Courts will be received for county taxes, a
not inclmlinp school taxes.
The Savannah Valley railroad tax in t
townships of Lowndes-villc. Magnolia, ('i
Iioiiii and Bordeaux is ilin and payable at t.
same time with the State and county tax
iitsd will be collected,subject to the same pc
ulties. The levy for the railroad tax is
mills in each of the foil- townships.
All information as to taxes will be frci
fix en by mail or otherwise.
J. ?. PERM.
The Oeoigia Pacifi
Now Short via., Atlanta. tin., a
llirminghnm, Ala., to Points in
A lnftitmil, J/ississi/>i>>\ T.ouisiut
A rA nnsft.t, Tc.rnx nmt (he West >i
The favorite route TO Till' WOlJT.l
FA I It, XKW OKLKAXS, I.A.
COMM KXCIXG December 1st, 18!
Double l>:iily Trains, with lt*^:
Sleeping Cars attached, for which t
low rate of $! for each section
charir'-<l?lowest slecjiio?r t-nr rates
the* l'nite<l States. K.-vths seer.retl 1
(lnvs in advance.
k?rjf SKI', that vonr Tieko?s .X!?'8
GKOIKilA PACIFIC liA I.WAV a
UIItMlXtill AM. AI.A.
For further information write to
L. S. HIIOWX, Cen. Pass, V?ent,
A. 8. Tl! WKATT. Trav. Pass. A-t
Ati.anta. Ci A.
I. V. SA<iK, Gen. Suporintcnilciit,
I?' O TT a' 13 * .<3
?!5"5.3S.AK3 CA11S.S FOWC.U
Vn M' r.tm will <lle nl forir. r.?Ti- or i.t'.tit
vkr, :l hint?.'" I'')?-ili'rs sre In tl
IViitzV I'nwilrrH willrnre nnil prevent <~t>oi >i
n.i't.Vs Powders will prevent is Ki.w
Kciii?*' I'mv.ler* n il) infrov i!ic nn:*:i|!ty o' n.
Rn'l erewm twenty per cent., nml make Ilia turner r.
K>nit*'* Pon-<ler* will t tiro or prevent slnioM t.vi
Diw akv to wliirh Horse* mi l i nttleare smliVer.
KolTr's IVwmm Win. otVK Satisfaction.
Sold every win-re.
tiVID r. TOCTC. Tropriator.
FOR LADIES ONLY.
A ItEMEI- V endorsed by the best I*li_j
cians <'nd Druggist* at iix lion e.
.1 It ESI E !> Y Hint Mr. <\ W. OWV.I, C?.
wntcr. Alii., siiva raised Ins wiIV from
invnlid's Ijt'il.aini In- r?</ htr !
JiEMElfY of which a prominent Alia
merchant said: "I wi.iilf! Imvc ^riven $
ns sii >ii as I would a llickle t'<<r wli.it I
bottles nl' your medicine did fur
A ItKMEI) Y in regard to which, S. .1. <!
Hell's M. I)., Druggist Tiioiunsvillc, (
savs: "I can recall instances ill which
ajf'i nhil relief' a/h r oil the urtittl return
hod fill ltd.
A A'/; ME J' Y abnnt which Dr. U. D. Fen*
I,a(Jrangc, ( ?.. writes : *'I have used
the last 21) years the medicine von .ire y
ting np unci canstder it the best combi
lion ever got'en tcgetlicr for the disease
which it ia recommended.
.1 REMEDY about which Dr. Joel itranhi
Atlanta, said : "J/litre (Similiter! the
ci/ir, and have no hesitation in advising
use. and confidently recommend it."
A It EMEU Y which th* Kev. IF. It. Johns
near Marietta, (is., says he has used in
family with the '-utmost satisfaction" w
found it to be just what it is recommend
A JtEMEDYof which Pcmberton, Iver
k Dennis hi say: ''We have bi en sell
it for many years, with constantly incre
ing sales. The article is a staple A'itli
and one of iil/auluft merit."
A It EM EI> Y of which i.amnr. liankin A I
mar say : "We sold 50 gross in fi
months, and never sold it ;n any place I
what it was wanted again."
A HEMEDY by which Dr. lbiugh, of 1
Grange, (Ja., savs: "I cured one of
most obstinate cases of Vicakioi'h' Ml
8tki"atlon that ever came within
knowledge, with a few bottles."
A h'A UEl> ) ..f which Dr. J. C. lfuss, No
sulgn, Ala., *uvs : "I um fnlly convini
thnt it is tmrivnleil /or tlint class of d
eases whieh it claims to cure. *
.1 UK'.V?,'/>}' about which ilnj. Joint
Windier, of Atluutw, well and favoru
known all over the United States as a (li
oral Insurance Agent, says : "1 used t
remedy hi-.forc '.he war, on a lnr;e |dau
lion 011 a great number of cases, ulm
with nl.f.l i/t? meet re.
J It KM KHY a Lout which Mr. J.
Strange.of CurU*i4villc, (>a., certifies tl
ODv bottle cured two members of his fai
ly of meuatrual irregularity of manyvei
TIiIn Great Remedy f?
rradkikmi's fkmai.e hkoulatoh
Send for treatise on the Health and Hap
ness of Woman, mailed free.
Bradfield Regulator Co., Bpx 28, Atl'ta, (
Tab Swift Specific Coh Drawer
Atlanta, Ga., 160 W. 22d St., N. Y., a
1205 Chesnot St., Pbila.
3 . t -\'S J l' ' y iMU ^ ' * '(. Af'. **
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c:.^:r.oLD n ?|*7 etti: O
SCIEKTETS AS tjSfc CHEAPLY 1ZL
_ KACimLT^lQ^p m
;i, fcissirMli STOKE.
| c vvr cvo ??nd *?'
i E\ av*?!ful l %i ' \ I *3?] Prlco List
I ' .vlflrns. fcjffi?/*1 ^jp C'rou,ar6
j ' ! .-' vSahSSKwi ?
be y y
& [c'V /^VVS: v-.y%; V] >h
c- $x '- "" jq
fv MANUK/*rH!i<P|J HY
,} W^K'JMLNI/ L c .O.vl'i COMPANY
T. fi. I)<U*?iI..\SS,
Nov. "(J, 1VK I.? 1 vr. Ayji'ist.
s "* "
T17K are autliori/.utl (u hvII llio .ollowinir
?it VV Lambi:
lie Tract 22B Acres,
|,t. Ni'ils* riiciii v, k'lown as Cliipli'V laii'ls, Imtuiilw}i
o?l liv la litis of t'iiijilrty. Tolliert, Kstali* llutcli>ii.
iiiociii au<l others.
2 Also Tract 120 Acres?,
I'nrt of America llackel Tract, honii<U'<1 by
lands of S. It. I'.rooks, Tolbort, J. S. Cliijilcy,
sr., mill i>thorn.
A I,SO lot in the town of Trny, kr.oivn a.-?
If. Lot 6, Block B.
I Also the Simmons lot near
! 33>4 Acres, More er Less
Koumleil !>/ T.KHif, \V. Noiuootl ami
, Also Store House and Let,
in the Town of ISrstdlcy, on Miiin awl (Irillin
Streets, latelv owneil l>v Tiio-. II. Walker.
it. ' l'AKKfcK A. MrCOWAX.
Attv foi F.W. Wapotier it (.' >.
Nov l<>-tf ' 4?)
>s ft WEEK'S r.EJDtf'G FREE.'
FOR SIX GOOD FAMILIES.
Eon ' yrur nnn'p h* <1 ti e enn .ir?l nrtdr'-vof fire ot
lilt yotn or fil?i il> a im*in mid
i atiU jje fur ( i yi.n.fU in Vl ?ncti 1
' ot tli* in ? si'teiiiu u iu|i) u(
? THE GREAT CO'JTHER?! WEEKLY,
"n III "Atlanta MUM."
OUR I "UNCLE K^...l'8'S" wor'd-'arrouj
I oK<itci.es of the old Plantation Darkey.
THRLE | ''3!LI. ATiP S" Miimorous Letlcrsfci
!\ IMfTTOPri'C i thi* H. mr u?? ! o?>
WriT?rc ( "'ElTSV l!Al'!LTON S" adventures
Nl> to!d in the "Cr^tM'r" O alcCt.
P"'r St. rtfhr* of T"> ??i
/?'?'<) / !?, JiiimiiTO, '/?,? A..., it>"
j/V. J it * 4 *i l Jf t* ft *
A W'arlJ of l.istructtcn nrvJ
T?. !?vs Pip'-s. 'Pi- iti'v* :oj-i n*?' ! c i V. ceh!\
PirMW nci) !? ? 11" ii/ ilit* ? ? mily.
send a postal rcn a sf-icv.-zn copy, rr.r":
a<Mi<?3 "Tan m / 1m ta.
; MfSICIAHS AND SURGEONS DECIDED
TO USE THE KNIFE.
"> My wife and daughter suffered for years with
| an affection of the throat, which was irraduully
hut surely undermining t lioir health, and was a
'-'i I source of anxiety to all of us. Twoof the bust
t * t physicians of tiio city ami n'rr. ;; r.su'jteon wtro
failed iu. and after a cnrorul examination they
r y deeh'vd that t here was no chaneo <-f a cure unless
they would consent to undergo a surgical
rn. operntlen. We wero much ojhk>sc<J totheknl'o
ik behu? u.>?d, ntll ail o*her means had been e;;ilk
haustt d. So, wo began to use different throat
r.j remedies sold at drug Ftores. We finally pot to
Brewer's I.uiur Itcstorrr, and the effcts wore
i!Y truly wonderful; and after a for/ bottles bad
j been taken they wero entirely relieved of I ho
cocnie ami i:?t ir lu aitii lully restored. If any
of my family should ever bo similarly afTeutotf,
I v*>Hld, if ncc?s?ary, travel around the world
in order to j;et this ?vmcdy. Very resiieet fully,
2 W. II. MANSFIKLI),
M^cov, CJa., August 1Mb, 183?.
* With jT?at plcnrttre I certify to tho efllency
> of that truly excellent preparation?Brewer's
J.iuik Rcstoiw. It luirt indeed proven to be a
sovereign remedy in my fuir.ily. For many
mouths my wife has suflered from weak lunr*,
and has experienced treat difhcultyin brenth
iir?, so much ?o that bfca could not sleep ut all r.t
. ! flight; she also lost her a;?pel:te, unit, in fnet,
sl" i her condition v.'::s truly Hli'.rinii.g. The I.uncr
i Restorer leivine been recommended by several
ed- | friends, Ire.olvcd to pet it an:l test its virtues,
nil which I did, un.i with tho most happy effect.
;;V. Sho l;as taken but t v.'o h..tt los, and tho result is
wonderful. She now experiences no difficulty
. In breathinir, her appetite is ifjotl. and she "is
rapidly regain in her strent;:Ik krd I am conv!;iced
its continued u?o will effect a permanent
my euro. I v.-onl l, lhe;*?:!or:>, cheerfully reeonr. end
it to uli who liavj wealt lun^s, as it cannot fail
to bo of creat bene't to all who mav?d\e it a
trial Yours trulv.
(!KO. w. SIMS
til* Tlio above testim<<nl:>.l was given hi 1880. Ile^r
w'.ir.t the ruv.e gent leirtan says after an interval
ii of four-years:
r "1 lia\e had no cauiic to change my opinion
',,r relative to the efficacy of ltrewor's Lun^ Hoot
-"torer in c;isea of di.-caaed lungs. The benefit
na- derived by iny wife from its uso has been perf?r
manent. My "faith in its virtues is such that 1
cheerfully rect.mmend it to all who are afflicted
with pulmonary disease. Very respectfully,
GEO. W. SlMs."'
' '<* LAMAR, RANKIN, & LAMAR,
HAVE REMOVED TO T1IF.
Newloreon He fciiei
under the new liotei. When you come t<
""" town cull in to sec them.
Sopt.30,'84. QUARLES & THOMAS.
l.ly . 37
IC. E. BRUCE.
K UltZ'S OLD STAND,
: Boot and Shoe Maker.
work a;au? mmI repaired al
_T short notice. All kind* of work made
o Ladies and Gcnta Kid Top Oaitora and LaJ
dies Button Oaitora. All work guaranteed
jje?t rrenott u?ir ana tia used. Terms?
I Strictly Cash,
I I Feb 18-tf 10
/ * >'?; ,j- ?
V . *>
\ . ; . v J' jt
(' 1AN UK FOFND THK l.AKOKST STOCK OK C
J Kosul '"arts, 1*1 ai)I>iti<>n Wagons (all sizes, I to <
Su<lillcs, licit in?r, Leather of till kinds, Wagon Malcri;
will OFFKK SI'KCl A L UAKOAIXS IN A l.oT OF
ilian Manniaetuivrs' Prices. These Itupjiics art* al
ul-icli I will a ran I o <*?|iia I to l he best. Call ami v
thai thl'V are absolute bargains.
A. 11 G(
(SuciTsisortoK.fi. May i: Co.,) OFF. (JI
! SAI.KS KOOMS, I ATT/iITCyri / 1 1 /
! 704 liroail >>treel, | iV v> vJ O.l i\ j vl 1 i
j Oct 8-t>ni.
DAY & T A iN1
Arc Now Kccclvin)'- a I'int
1 CARRIAGES - AN!
FOR THE SPRIN'
-A-T PRICES TO SUIT
And Never Before Attained in the
e are enabled to iiive our cust
purchasing our t?*oix!s j\t fhe cU.i
call and be convinccM.
II CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES Itt
I .. ,
Mm fuvst a s?;rf ?:;? :?t of II AN1 * 15 Af?S n*i?l S.
I TIU'N KS. WHIPS : i? *! I'M I;!! ! 1.1.AS.
1 ! 'I'M K WILSON, CHILD'S <\ Co. S III I I.A. \
i TKN N KSKK WACoNS. 1. :? .<! I !D.rso.
| DAY AND TANNAIM!.!, S <' N K AND T\V
; KNI'llKSS AND D: !.i\!.l:V W A no N s.
Axlfs. Springs. JSuhs. X'c. 1'nliln-r
IIOVT'S LKATI! Kli DLL! iN(i. Th?- !..*S
. I.AC I NO. I! IV KTS, KTC. OAK AND IIKJ
s CALK AND I j ININ (? SKINS. LASTS. Till
! 11AUNLSS AND SADDM'.S. W'K CAM.
orii 11 A UN i.SS DKI'All I'M KNT, IN Wl!!
j 4:i DAY T-VIsTlsr.
11 rfii csos
Arc the I1K8T KVIIlt MA
^!N. Ilrn,ln? h?>. One pond ilo.se of
Pills, followed by oiu pill every
man in.ichiiierv run lis regular :
r Iky y> >'ftA and put new lifoiu a brokeii-dow
v\j !M??asam, In t".illili!<\ t>
bv all Orusf.rists ami Medicine 1)
?f^\;\NY\ STAND VKI) ri'ltK CO., I'
t"> ?'v/\ tx ^ I'timry's IjIhKi Cut liarlic
Wpy* \j\j to Ik- I lie be^t Pill ever used ner
W W. II.lioiiKK, llannonv (trove
jf are the must popular of all the
Hi N*. C. Mv ajjetl mother used
EMORY'S LITTLR Bakfk, I,oenst (irove, Ohio.
CATHARTIC PILI-Sp., Athens, Texas. Tliev are
are pr?p*rod from Thev are unexcelled.? Miw.
AT V T \ ?? I \ 'n a" itf foi'nis positively* cm
I iVl A 1 j/\ i\ 1 n riiis. a never-failing remedy
poison of any kind. Endorsed by physicians and sol
U,"i On in it ilox. STANI>AI?
^^fT^y..?Tg^yjia?irvagTgBgFiCTA gagaaoMganaMLu taa?
| A 3 "S2" <0 J
The Furniture. Bui
i AND WE KEEP I
|>Y OUI! I.OW PIUCKS. Our stock is sin.
i ** lure Business in I!i0 South, and defy con
: keep everything in our line, besides all the
j Revolving: Hook Cases, Hed hound's, Vienna
! Patent Hahy Cribs, Insect Castors, Furniture
i Mark's Adjustable Folding ('hairs. Invalid CI
l'iHows, ?Vc. (iirc us n en//, or write for cat
JL JLUU&V&.UA1L4V-5JI \X.
810 lillOAD STREKTAu
' thos. x^ecscb;
I T^UOI'RIKTOU of Hip Inrorost SAT.OOX <? t?.?
| JL tumors by false advertisements. The half is
| paper*. Hp is well prepared for full trade. The I'mIi
tiling in (lie line of
Foreign and Domestic \
j the best the market nfiords. He fins ?ot Liq
Rye and Corn, Irish and
sljilili', I'cach, Cfili/orula <tud French 1
Fie ean cheerfully recommend his pood* tc the pul
drinlw with nil the DELICIOUS llhVKRAOKS of t
DHINKS. Hia specialt}- in a larpe utock of 1'UKK
Gentlemen's Resort, No. 4
and yon will not forget again
A Good Line of Tobac
?? ? ?m '
a uh I a ( r.s. r.r(j?iKS. imi urnvs
> Imrsc, ) SMiiyJu hihI I)?ml>lc Ilarnerts,
il, Ac., tVe. I'?>r I In- next lliivl v tl va I
ill'KN AMi TOI' Itl'CCIKS at "less
1 Fine Niti'llicm mul KasU'iti fiukes,
Xi'.iuiiio thorn ur.d cui.viiHv yoiti-itclveti
)()DYKAK, Agent *
KOKCIv K.\11.K0AI> BANK.
nnpi \ I FACTTOUY, 70:1,
i' 'ilVll ill I Kllin Street.
il uj HX----3W jy.TOrancr=?!rnr.- fgrMOta??
> Assortment oT
I - BU?S!
THE TIMES I
His lory c! iho EusinesB.
mm rs every advantage by
Nt'sl possible cash price*.
\T<'I! KIjS over l?ror.ght to the eity.
VAHdN'S, all sizes.
O UOliSK WAfJOXS.
r.cllinsr and Packing.
in tin? Wovl'l.
4 LOCK SOl.K M-'A'l'IiKit.
tK A I). CKMKXT, K IT.
l?A!!TICn..M! ATTI X I IOX TO
(11 \VK KX('i:F. IX QUALITY
A-TTIIjIj, August*, On.
imm a? ma gMmesmoBBigi
IS A UK WALTER'S
K'rf/fi: ami (inmile Wovkx,
\\i I.OWKIl MAUKET, Augusta, On.
K. honifstir and Imported. All
I - > - ?
-.run-. H-. i.ow rrtco*.
> SOIVl'lI CAI'.OI.INA MO'SUSiT.n
v i.ty. A hirce H*lf?elion of
JANITK WOliK nlwxrs ua hxn4,
.liiXti and M'lUYEItV. -iri
iE CATHARTIC PILLS
!>! " for ('<?s:lvpnp?', I ml i?> eM ion.
three or four 1'i.:.?rv "i? Little (.'uthurtio
niulit for a iy?*ek or two. mikes th? huis
clock work: 1h-y purlc;.- ihchlntnl
ii body. I'llirly VejjetMbif, liarmie
yon:ij;est.cii'l<! may take ' !<?u. Sold
oalora ut 1C> <" ;. it Hox. *>r by mail.
'fojiHrtor-, IV>7 IVnrl Mi., X. Y.
i lire more ili.m is claimed: ih?T prore
o. Worth twice tho mnney in>knd?W.
.( a. llnmry'd liillIcCuiharUe
<'atliiirtu'.i Wm. Hisiiop, Mills Kiver,
one box with wonderful results?N. W.
I recotnmoiid them.?.Ions Coi.i.ixb, M.
excellent. ?I* Bknson. .InrkKon, Miss.
I'l.lZABKl ll Kuy.seii, MobeliMo.
:ed with Kni?r.v'n fitiu;<Iaitl Cur?
: thev contr.;,i no Quinine, Mereurr, or
d by dni?t"i. i* evervwlu rc, or by nmil,
I) CI'UK CO., Nfcw Yoik. 46
T MOVING :
plv immouse. Wo Icatl tl?l> nmi
ipetition from every quarter. Wo
novel tie#, such as Folding l>ds,
llentwood Chairs, Ral.y Carriaeaa,
Polish, Patent Desks of all kit dn,
tairs. Feathers, MattresPfK, Springs,
'dliK/nc <o>;l jh'ire lint.
OUST A, (!.\. 4<>
n/ntnffv <!..?? *4 * ? -1 ?-?
? iviiw Iti liupe IIIH CUSiint
mentioned in Hie t'ireo Abbeville
met In House is well stocked with %ytryVines
nors nine vonrs old. Good old
, Ale ami Frerh Layer Hcer
Mie fur MKI'K'IXAl. USE. Dili) mixed
he ncniMin. Also COO t.. TKVIl'KUATK
(iOODS. Cull at the
ico and Cigars.