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The Abbeville Messenger.
Enteted at the postoflice aa 2nd-cla?s matter.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1885.
suuHcmrTioN $2 00
glad to tell you, and await with confidence
any queRtiou you may ask. What I
most desire is to have the good will and
confidence of my fellow -citizens. In
this Stato I married. Here is 1113- home.
Here my children were born, and the
cnitu wnotn i iosi lies in mat, nenuunu
* cemetery in Charleston wliero I shnll
lie bofore many years have passed. I
want from 5'0U> nH from all my fullowcitixenfi,
good will and respect and confidence.
This is my one aim and hope in
life. If you shall decide against nio to-1
day I shall receive your decision with
,unutterable regret, but it will not provoke
any sense of shame or reproach.
Jt will only require nie to wait for the
Vindication which time shall bring to
me in years to come, as it has brought
vidieation to me before."
I lie earnest assembly again signified
it< approval of the manner ami matter
of flapt. Dawson's address by sincere
nnd general applause, aiul it was plainly
evident that he had won the meeting
to his side.
Mr. W. It. Kelly said that ho had prepared
some resolutions based upon
what he could gather from the news
pipers and which ho had intended to
otter. Since preparing them a fairer
nnd clearer light has been turned upon
Mr. Morgan and his appointment than
he had even hoped could be done. In
attending the nic ig of the club and
making the statement he had given, the
speaker felt "free to say that Capt. Dawson
has prevented us from casting a
.stigma upon a man who deserved better
JLhjngfi." Mr. Kelly continuing said
that he had been told, and had never
Jieard it denied, that what was chargcd
Against Mr Morgan was true, and had
jnougnt unnatural mat uapt. uawson
did not deny them. For the information
of Capt. Dawson and of the mooting
he desired to read the preamble anil
resolutions which he had intended to
introduce, and this was accordingly
done. Having concluded the reading
Mr. Kelly said : "In the fnee of the
statement made by Capt. Dawson, I am
not the one to offer these resolutions.
They were framed after a careful and
.close study of everything I could lay
my hands on with reference to Mr. Morgan.
Capt. Dawson's statement has
completely eradicated tlio feelings with
which I entered this hall. I ain not
prepared to move a resolution endorsing
Mr. Morgan's appointment. We can
well wait. \Ve ought, to pass a resolution
to th,is effect: Resolved, That we
.adjourn without octi.on. J move the
adoption of that resolution."''
Mr. J. W. llolmes said that a motion
to adjourn was not debateable, nnd
asked Mr. Kelly to withdraw his resolution
and allow any one to speak who
might desire to do so. The resolution
was therefore withdrawn.
Mr. Holmes then spoke briefly, reminding
the members of the el.ub ,who
were present th?vt they were tho jury
who were to pass upon the case that
had been submitted to them. Jle hoped
that he wo.uld not have to say anything
more than he had said in the columns
of his paper, but wanted the matter settled
this afternoon and here. Tho question
that had beon raisad and discussed
ought to be settled, and settled now,
nnrn Pnr ft 11 IlnvJnr*
to the jury, it wus for them to say
whether they were satisfied thnt Mr
Morgan hasV^n ? good and consistent
Mr. 1'. N. Farrull offered as a substitute
for Mr. Kelly's resolution a reso
lution that Capt. Da\vson's statement ue
uecepted as satisfactory.
The lion. W. H. Bellinger obtained
the floor and spoke with nju-'b earnest
. nesrf, substantially as follows ; "We nro
met here-, gentlemen, at the call of out
president, to determine a vital question
involving the welfare of the people ol
South Carolina. To go awny froiji this
meeting without determining this ques%
lion will accomplish nothing. I am
glad to see ho many here to-day. I am
glad to see Capt. Dawson here, and I
' was truly gl^d tp hear Jiirn spealj to this
4club. He is no stranger to .South Cnro.
^i'to, nor to the people of Hamtvcli
County. What Capt. Dawson says is
i i- - < - -?
ciiuvmv^ ii.tru i?V llii WHO KUOXV 111 1)1.
When th.e appoint,incut -was mode for
this cl.ub meeting } was a JiUlp tturprl,
Bed. I bad seen t)r?t *omo of the- papers
in the Stale jverc clattering against th?appointment
of Mr. Morgan. Bjut J, for
pne, had fajth in Hampton, and fuith in
Jiutlcr, and faith in Dawson. 1 had
faith ip t^e men yho represent the
Democracy from Souih Xiarolino, nnd
mmh sijra that President Cleveland
would opt he deceiyod in any appointment
t}>*t may bo oooredited to this
Kioto. fellojjr-citHfona of Black
villo, I ?ay tp you to-day, that if Mr.
Morgan is not ontit)ed to ho jjonnidcred
a citizen pf tjiis State because he wa*
not born hero, then many of the bravem
and truest patriots in the Unitol States
wno have held the offices in their respective
States must bo ruh.-d out likewise.
"It is tho boast and pride of the
Amorican people that this is tho land of
tho free and home of the brave, and that
from whatever soil a man may come, if
. he becomes a citizen of a State he has
the right to office and citizonship in any
Btate. And If Mr. Morgan is not a citizen
of South Carolina then, may I ask,
what State is be a4 citizen of ? Is he a
citizon of Louisiana ? When a mere |
>^*^1 *jcV VVwft * ?vVy.fc"'5,'v; vj'v***iv3'
boy ho left Uis home and bocame a ca- j
detin tho Naval Academy of the United
States. He loft thero to do battlo for
South Carolina and the Confederacy.
I have never seon that so-called Blaine
pamphlet, but I havo heard the extracts
that havo been read, and failed to discover
in hearing those passages read?
nnd we aro told they are tho worst passages
because Col. Aiken who made the
selections is not a friend of Mr. Morgan
or Capt. Dawson?that tho man
who wrote this pamphlet, and those extracts,
considering his life nnd past conduct,
could no' bo a Democrat. 1 now
second tho resolution offered by my
friend, Mr. Farrell, and ho;>o that it
will bo received as a filial settlement of
the matter. I beleive that the honor of
8outh Carolina will will be safe in keepingofMr,
Morgan.*' [Loud cheering]
Mr. Kolly renewed his motion that
the meeting ajourn without action.
Mr. Bellinger moved to lay that motion
on the table.
Koine cofusion resulted from a conflict
of motions and parliamentary opinions
at this point, and the Chair finally
decided that the resolution offered by
Mr. Farrell was before the Iibuse.
j^x-Sonutor li. is. l^ratiguo said that
ho had no intention of saying a word in
the matter. lie did not know that the
call was to* bo made, lit: desired to second
Mr. Farrell's resolution that the
statement of Capt. Dawson bo accepted
Mr. Kelly said that the statement
hv f!nnf lVnwcim cnftofinil l*iir? "^
"J 1"" * " ...... MO
far as it went, but did not go far enough.
In addition to what has boon urged already
it hail been charged agaipst Mr.
Morgan that he \vas dining with^Hepublieans
in Columbia, on a certain occasion
some years ago, when Mr. Caldwell
Capt. Dawson interrupted Mr. Kelly
and gave a brief account of the occuirence,
showing that Mr. Kelly had been
nrrnnnoiisl v inTiiptinwl nc in (lm fooft. ?f
the matter to which he referred. Mr.
Morgan was not dining with the pnrty
in question, and was not in the room
until he rushed in to separate the combatants
and received a severe wound
from one of them in the struggle.
After some further remarks, which
I were contradicted point blank by Capt.
Dawson and withdrawn, Mr. Kelly moved
the resolution before the club be
amended to read that the statement of
Capt. Dawson is satisfutoiy as far as it
goes. This motion was lost.
The chair then put the motion in its
original form, to wit : "That the statement
made by Capt. Dawson be accepted
as satisfactory," which was adopted
by a unanimous vote, and the meeting
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HAVING bought the interest of Air. JOHN
WILSON in the business formerly
conducted by them jointly, will keep alwuys
in store a complete stock of
CONFECTIONED I E.S \
of all kinds.
The Best and Cheapest
Cigars arid Tobacco,
THE FINEST WINES and LIQUORS
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dicinal purposes, s specialty- Also clinicu
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Give him a call. Satisfaction guaranteed.
All persons indebted to the lirm of Christian
Sc Wilson must make immediate payme;it.
Til OS. M. CHRISTIAN,
l-3m-33 Abbeville, S. C.
Was the namo formerly given to ScrofuU
becauso of a superstition that It could be
cured by a king's touch. The world If
wiser now, and knows that
can only be cured by a thorough purlfic*?
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Eczema, Cutaneous Eruptions, Tumors,
Bolls. Carbuncles, Erysipelas,
Purulent Ulcers, N4tvous and Physical
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Rheumatism, Scrofulous Catarrh,
Kidney und Liver Diseases,
Tubercular Consumption, and various
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Is the only powerful and always reliable
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ua) an alterative that it eradicates from
the system Hereditary Scrofula, and
the kindred poisons of contagious diseases
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and vitalizes tho blood, restoring
healthful action to the vital organs ana
rejuvenating the entire system. This great
Is composed of tho genuine Honduras
SartapariUa, -with Yellow Dock, Sttllingia,
the Iodides of Potassium and
Iron, and other Iiurrcufonts of great potency.
carefully mid scientifically comKundcd.
Its formula Is generally known
the inedicul profession, and the best
physicians constantly prescribe AYK&'S
SARflAVAniLLA as IIU
A hianl n fn PimA
For all diseases can nod by tho vitiation of
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are claimed, and is therefore the cheapest,
as well as the best blood purifying medicine,
In tho world.
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Sold by all Druggists: price $1; tlx
HAVK in stock a complete assortment
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Dye Stuffs, Varnishes Arc.
y^T.SO ALL THE POPULAR \
Patent Medicines now in use, <
many of them Non-secret preparations,
consisting of the very
host Cough Mixtures, Dispeptic
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matic and Neuralgic preparations ]
and llest Liniments fur Man i
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THE VERY BEST FEMALE
Y YDIA PINKIIAM'S Female Remedy,
MtAl>FIELI)'S Fcuialo llogulator.
HOLMES* LINIMENT AN1) MOTHER'S
Fit 1 EN1>.
SIIOriiDKlt URACES and SKIRT
so necessary to Woman's comfort
ami health. Also Abdominal
Supporters, Campbell's Ilcpositor,
IMJPTURE instnntly relieved hy us^
ing the Celebrated Fry Truss.
The only truss giving an upward and inward
pressure, same as holding the rupture
up with the hand. No pressure on
the back. No thigh strap worn. 1st
premium and medal awarded at Cincinnati
F IVOR'S 1MLE OINTMENT. The
best Corn Cures. Uom and Hunion
Also excellent preparations for
Chapped Skin, fur restoring Vigor
to the Hair, fur Preserving and
Cleansing the Teeth.
QUU LINE OF
lET-A.UST OY GOODS
will l?e round very complete?
consisting of Colognes, foreign
and domestic, IIankerchi?'f Extracts
in great variety, Toilet
Soaps from the cheapest to the
HA IK. TOOT1I, X A11 j, SHAVING,
SHOE AN1) CLOTHES
COMBS OF ALL SORTS.
ALSO many articles for Household and
linking Powders, Extracts and
Spicos, and Yinognr.
Close Attention Given to
PRESCRIPTIONS at ail
Hours, Night and Day.
December 21, *S4-tf 19
WK invito everybody to como and examine
our superb stock of ladies goods
of every description. lints, Runnels, Feathers,
Flowers, Ribbons, I.nces ftc., in endless
varietv. Kotuan Stripes, I'laid Silk and Tinsel
and Lace Scarfs, beautiful designs. Kveryting
in neck wear, Kucliipgs, i cents and
up. Linen and Lace collars, r itiliucs, and every
tliinirthat makos woman more beautiful.
Handkerchiefs, blaek and colored borders,
white anil colored, Silk, Lace. Ac.
Wmiderful bargains in white goods, Lawns
at 8 cents per yard and upwards, nice India
Lition ltl cents, colored Lawns from 5 to 12}?
cents per yard, best goods ever sold here at
these prices, Ginghams, Seersuckers and
suitings, Cashmeres, Nuns Veiling, Lace
Hunting, 1'lain, ltrocadc* and Flowered,
Ih-Hutiful Plaids in colors and black and
white, Hlack Huntings, Cashmeres Tamise,
(laxetlc and Henrietta Cloth, Hut tons and
Trimmings for everything.
Silk (?loves, Whiie, Hlack at.d Colors, call
for our Foster "William" Kid, in Hlack and
Colors, only $1,110 a pair. Ladies and Chil
dren's I logo nnd Slinea.
R. M. HADDON & Co.
March 23. 1885-tf. 1
OF ALL KINDS
NEATLY und PROMPTLY EXECUTED
Over a hundred pounds new Ivpc Kpccinlly
for i?rinting Briefs, just received.
AfllHPTTTTTTB AT MA PHTTJIPDV
numu uui uiinu iiinuxixiimi 1.
\VK OFFKU TO Til K FARMERS OF
Derrlngr, Jr. Twine Binder* weight
SIMPLE, STRONC, DURABLE
riWlE Dorrinj? Litrht Reaper. weighs
-* 750 lb*. price, tli>5.
The Herring M??\wr, ?j?v jjear nn>l<? of
malleable iron, llie bust mower in use.
The celebrated Thomas II?y Uake,
price, .f30 .
The Corbin Disc Harrow, with friction
rollers and chilled boxes, price, $40.
Farquhars, Cardwells and Butterworth's
Threshers, and "Ajax" Portable
Knginest The Iron Ago and Planet
Guftirators. We solicit correspondence
from farmers and dealers.
MoM ASTER & GIBBES,
Columbia. S. C. Apr 1 4m
iL."A J.i- '.'
Tbbaburkr's Office, I
April 8th, 1885. )
IN accordaocc with the Act to raise supplies
for the fiscal year commencing November
1st, 1884 approved December 24th, 1884
lotice is hereby given that the Treasurer's
iffice of Abbeville couuty will be open for the
uollectiou of Taxes.
Friday, May 1st 1885.
md will remain opon until Juno 1st, 1885.
Taxes are payable as heretofore in two equal
installments. The first is due and payablo
Prom May 1st until June 1st, and if not paid
until the second isducJive per centum will be
ndded to said first installment. Tho hi><<<hi<1
installment is due unci pnyable from (he first
day of October to the 30th day of November
Tax payers can pay all in May if they dosire
to do so.
The rate per centum for Abbeville County
is as follows:
State purposes Mills,
Countv current 3 "
Schools 2 41
Special 11^ "
Total 12 '
Poll tax $1.00
Taxes are payable in the following kind of
funds and no other: Cold and silver coin,
United Sta'es currency, national banknotes
and coupons which shall become payable during
the year 1885 on the valid consolidated
bonds of this State known as "Brown Bonds"
and on the bonds of this State kown as "l)ellciencv
Bonds" also Jurors certificates and
the per diwm of State witnesses in t'ie Circuit
Courts will be received for county taxes, and
not including school taxes.
The Savannah Valley railroad tax in the
townships of l.owndesville, Magnolia, Caliirmii
- ; > -i... > ? --
..WIMVHUA ?f? <1.19 II1IU JHIJk ilUlf ill U1U
snme time nilh the State and county taxes
and will lie collected,.subject to the same penalties.
The levy for the railroad tax is 10
mills in each of the foil" townships.
All information as to taxes will be freely
gi\en bv mail or otherwise.
J. W. PERM.
CIIAHLKSTOX. S. C.
First Class In all its Appointments.
JiATES, $2.00, $"?.r>0.
Excellent Cuisene, lnrjre airv rooms, Otis
l'cssenjrer Klevator. Klectric bell and lights.
Heated n.tumla. Centrally located.
Oct 1, '84-1 f 21
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turn tut i?n NVi,h ,,nv ?"? ???
A -LVV/ U IjIjIjU peculiar l?>vimrsenile
If so, to yon we bring tidings of comfort
nml great joy. You can
and restored to perfect henltb by lining
It is a special remedy for all diseases pertaining
to the womb, and any intelligent woman
can curc herself by following tiie directions.
It is especially efficacious in cases of
suppressed or painful menstruation, in whites
and partial prolapsus. It affords immediate
relief and permiiueutly restores the menstrual
function. As a remedy to be used during
that critical period known as "Ciianok oi*
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Kiikik, McIstqbii t:o.,(!a.
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falling of the womb and other diseases combined,
of sixteen vears standing, and 1 really
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my heartfelt thanks and most profound graiitndc.
1 know your medicine saved my life,
so you see 1 cannot speak too hiirhlv in its fa
vor, I have recommended It to itcvernl of
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Yours rcrv respectfully,
M US. W. E. SfEIUJIXS.
Our Treatine on the "Health ?n?l
ness of Woman*' mailed free.
llltAIIKlKI.lt llKOt'l.ATOIl lltl., Al'lllltil, (itt
To the Public.
I1IAVK settled permanently in Abbeville,
and oiler my servires as
to tlio citizens of the community.
All work guaranteed.
Cutting ami making suits, carefully
and skilfully done.
Repairing, Cleaning and Pressing a
May 13, 1832-3m HI
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
Ho Homb will die of Colic. Hot* or Lux* F*
tmm. If Fonufe Powdor* are inert In time.
FonU'i Powder* will enre and prevent llos Chomiba .
FonU'i Powder* will prevent Gaps* m Fowl*.
FonU'i Powder* will Increase tlie qnknl-.tr of milk
*nd cream twenty per cent., and make tlie hotter firm
Footel Powder* will enre or pre rent almost kvkst
to wtatcb Hor*e* and Cattle a.-e aahjeet.
fovts'e PoWriKRB will oivb SATlBr actio*.
Bold every whore.
DAVID m. touts, Proprietor.
w E liar* just received a larg strjk of
Landreth's Freph Careen
Seed, All Varieties
W. Lawson & Co.
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>11 28-tf 20
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Nov. 20, 1884.?1 yr. A gout.
T *TT* HI /\Tk /M ? ?
LAND FUR SAL!!
WK are authorized to sell the .oHowiii!*
Tract, 226 Acres,
Near I'htenix, known as Chipley lands, boundo?l
by lands ol? Chijdev, Tolbert, Estate llutehi
11 son and others.
Also Tract 120 Acres,
I'art of America Hnekct Tract, bounded by
lands of S. It. ltrouks, Tolbert, J. S. (Ihijdey,
sr.. and others.
A I.Sl) lot in the town of Troy, known as
Lot 6, Block B.
Also the Simmons lot near Hodges,
33" Acres, More or Less
Bounded by T. J. KlIiH, \V. C. Norwood and
Also Store House and Lot,
in the Town of ltradlev, on Main and Oriflin
Streets, lutelv owned bv Thos. 11. Walker.
* I'AKKkn & McOOWAX.
Att v for F. W. Wagcner A Co.
Nov 19-tf ' 40
phystciahs snrftf.mrc wvmvn
to" use the km""
My wife nnd (laughter suffered for years with
tin <ul'oction of tlio throat, which was gradually
but Hurcly undermining thoir health, and was a
source of anxiety to all of us. Twroof the best
phvnlulr.uK of the olty and also a nurcwm wero
railed in. and after a careful examination they
decided that there was no chance of a cure unless
they would consont to undergo a surgical
oporat ion. We were much opposed to the knlfo
being u?od, ?ntil nil othor means had been exhausted.
So. we began to uso different throat
remedies sold at drug otoros. Wo finally got to
Urewer*8 bung ltestorer, and tho effects were
truly wonderful; and after a few bottles had
been taken they wero entirely relieved of tho
trouble and their health fully restored. If any
of my family should ever bo similarly affected.
I would, if necexsary, travel around the world
In order to get this remedy. Vory respectfully,
W. H. MANSVTEU),
Micox, Ga., August 15th, 1880.
With groat pleasure I certify to the efficacy
of that truly excellent preparation?Brewer's
I.ung Ilestorer. It has indeed proven to bo a
sovereign remedy in try family. For many
months my wife lias suffered from weak lungs,
and has experienced great difficulty in breathing,
so mucn so that xhe could not sleep at all at
night; she also lost her appetite, and. in fact, her
condition was truly alarming. The I.ung
Hestoror having been recommended by several
friends, I resolved to get it and toil it* virtues,
which I did, and with the most nappy effect.
Bho has taken but two bottles, and tho result is
wonderful. Bins now exneriencoa no dlftl?;iiltr
!m breathing, her appotlto in good. nnd slit) la
rapidly regaining her slrenpth. and I am convinced
Itscontinued us? wlllotfoctai>ermanent
euro. I would, therefore, ohoer fully rccommcnd
It to all who hav* wuak limp;, as It cannot fall
to l>o of great boncfit to all who may give It a
GBO. W. SIMM
The atnwotestimonial was given In lftsO. Hear
what the samo gentleman says after an Interval
of four years:
" I have had no cause to chango mv opinion
rolttlvo to tho efficacy of Brewer's Luiik Host
oror in canofl of rtUeasod lnngs. The benefit
derived by my wife from Its use lias boon permanent.
My "faith In Its virtue* is such that I
ehoorfully recommend It to all who aro afllctcd
with pulmonarv dlseaao. Very resncctfully,
UEO. \V. SIMS."
LAMAR, RANKIN-'& LAMAR,
HAVE REMOVED TO THE
New Store on the Corner
under the new hotel. When yon come to
town call in to sec them.
Sept. 30,'84. QUARLKS A THOMAS.
C. E. BRUCE,
K UliZ'S OLD STAXI),
Boot and Shoe Maker.
FIRRT-CLAKS work uiad* and repaired at
short notice. All kinds of work made.
Ladies and dents Kid Top Gaitors and Ladies
Itutton (Jailors. All work guaranteed.
Host French Calf and Kid used. To ms?
Feb 18-tf 10
I OFFER for aalc, at low figures, the following
1 Five-horsepower Upright Kdginc.
1 Farquhar Thresher,
1 Gin,(50 saws)and Condenser,
1 King Cotton J'rosn.
The above property, is contiidered in good
condition, and may t>e bought very low by applying
to the undersigned at the Mkahexokk
Oitice. ' JAS. H. I'EItHIN.
Muyfi, 1685-tf ' 86
DON'T FORGET, we have a modern
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type, ruled and blank paper, envelopes
and cards?so bring in your printing.
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will OFFER SI'EIMAI. ItAlttSAIXS IN A LO
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which 1 will guarantee equal to the host. t'al
that they are absolute bargains.
(Sncrossortoll.il. May A Co.,) O!
SALES 1KHHK i ? ? ~ - -
701 Hroixd Street, lAUUUbTA,
DAY & TA
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DAY AND TANNAI1ILL'S ONE AN
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CALK AND LINING SKINS, LASTS
IIA UN ICRS AND SADDLKS. WK C
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Ss9S^^ l'ills, followed by one pill
fc2^WK^Jrag5s. limn machinery run as re!
*nr y um* ',ut ,,ew 11 ''rokc
^ lcM8, Ini'alli
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Emory's I.?lttic Cat;
\|n] to be the best Pill ever us
W. II. CIoilKlt, Harmony
? are the most popular of a
^ X. C. Mv aped inothei
emory's little uakkk, Locust drove. Oh
cathartic pills Athens, Texas. Th
aFlKrPAPPLB!'n Thev nre uncxcelled.1\T
\ T A 1-) T A 1? ',s forms positive!
lViALAll lii imiik, a ncver-failinp r
poison of any kind. Endorsed by physicians n
25 Con tK it ltox. 8TA'
The Furniture I
AND WE KEE
BY or It LOW PIUCKS. Our stock
turc Business in the South, and clef;
keep everything in our line, besides al
Revolving Book Cases, Bod Lounges, Vi
Patent Baby Cribs, Insect Castors, Fun
Mark's Adjustable Folding Chairs, Inval
rmows, tvc. utce h.i a can, or write U
840 BROAD STRKE
PROPRIETOR of tlie largest SALOON in t
tomerh by false advertisements. The ti;
papers, lie is well prepared for fall trade. Tl
thing in the linn of
Foreign and Domesti
the best tlie market affords. Ho lias gi
Rye and Corn, Irish i
Applet "each, California and Fret
Hf can cliucrfuth* recommend his poods tc f
drinks with nil the'DELICIOUS 1SEVERAOEI
DRINKS, llis specially is a large stock of 1*
Gentlemen's Resort, No
and yon will not forget again
A Good Line of To
: OF C'AUKIACKS, BUOCIKS, IMIJSTOXS,
t to fi Imrse, ) Single anil Double Harness,
Material, Ac., Ac. For tlio next thirty diya I
TOF Ol'KN AMI TOI' BUtSUlKS at Icsa
are all l-'iiic Norlliera ami Eiwtvrn makes,
I and examine tlicui ami vuuviticv j'uurselvvH
[M\ GKOUOTv RAILROAD BAKU.
(J EOllG IA. |
. Fine Ahsoi'I incut of
Nil - BUSIES!
CJXT THE TIMES!
t the History of the Business.
customers every acU'antnerc by
/>L.en(.f ?..i. ?
v i> '..n,ni |iunoiuiC pi'K'WJ.
; IM GREAT VARIETY.
und SATCHELS ever brought to the city,
IjA. WAGONS, nil sizes.
1) TWO 1IOUSK WAGONS.
ubbcr Rolling ami Packing.
? best in the World.
> HEM LOCK SOLE LEATHER.
, THREAD, CEMENT, ETC.
I ALL PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO
WHICH WE EXCEL IK QUALITY
r~NT A TTTT ,T . Augusta, Ga.
\m Marble and (f ran He Works,
NEAR LOWER MARKET, Augusta, Go.
WORK, Domestic and Imported. All
stern and Scotix'i Granite, at Low PriceH.
AND SOUTH CAROLINA MONUadk
a Si'KCiai.tv. A large selection of
nd GRANITE WORK always on hand,
ETTEIIING and DELIVERV. 44
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[TTLE CATHARTIC PILLS ^ ,
MAIJK for CostivenoKH, Indigestion^ \ v
lone of three or four Emory's Kittle Cathartic
I every night for a week ??r two. makes the hu- ^
;ular as clock work: they purify t licblootl
in-down body. IMirely Vegetable, Harmble,
the vonnjjestiohilM m*v take them. S?ld J
cine Dealers at ti l)nx, ur hv mail. 1
Proprietors, 107 Pearl St..* N\ Y. /
liurlic arc more than is claimed; thev proro
sed here. Worth twice tho money nnked?W. )
drove, fin. Kinnrr'u I.ltiln
-, j -> -?.* ? av v?itU(%l tlU
11 the Cathartics?Wu. Bishop, Mills River,
used one box with wonderful results?N. W.
io. 1 recommend them.?John Collins, M,
ev nro excellent.?U Bknson. Jackxon, Miss,
-Mks. Elizabeth Kkybkr, Moberlr, Mo.
ly cured with Emory's Ktnmlnrri Care
emedy; they contain no Quinine, Mercury, or
ind sold bv drusgibis everywhere, or by mail,
VI) A HI) CVllE CO., New York. 45
Xj O in- ES
P IT MOVING ^
is .simply immense. "We lead the Furniy*
competition from overy quarter. Wo
1 the novelties, such as Folding Reds,
enna Bentwood Chairs, Rahy Carriaens,
litliro Polish. l'fttpnt DpbImi nf nil Hi dn
id Chairs. Feathers, Mattresses, Springs,
rr catalogue ami ]>rice list.
1TAUGUSTA, OA. 46
he up-country, don't intend to dupe kis ctisilf
is not mentioned in th? three AbberUI*
iu Palmetto IIouhc is well stocked with everyc
Wines and Liquors, -|
r>t Liquors nine years nl4. tic*d ?ld
ind Scotch Whiskies,
>rter, Ale and Frcnh La?er Beer
he imhlic for MKDICINAL USE. and nixed
S or the Hcsaon. Also COOL, TEMPERATE ft
URE GOODS. t'all at (ho
. 4 Washington Street,
bacco and Cigars. j