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The Abbeville Messenger.
Entered at the postoflice as 2ud-6liujs matter.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. 1885.
SUBSC KI I'TION $2 0
Joint Snmincr Meeting or the Slate Agricnltural
and Mechanical Society
and Stale Orange.
Arrangements have been perfected
with the Kailroad authorities for free
passage for three delegates from each
County Agricultural J-'ociety or Club to
tlio joint Summer meeting of this Society
and of the State (5 range to he held
nt Bennettsville, Marlboro' county on
"Wednesday, the fifth of August next.
Each County Agricultural Society is invited
and requested to be represented at
the meeting. Where there is no such
Isouniy A*%ssociaiitm?iiiriiiirr.s t iiiDor ouciety
il is desired that stops for such organi/.ation
he taken at once ; that n meet
ing of citizens be called say saleday in
July to select'three delegates to the Suntiivr
meeting and inform me at on?:o of
tin* names of delegates so chosen so that
the necessary arrangements may he
made for transportation and homes assigned.
The name of each delegate with postolli
-o n-ldress should be plainly written.
Those annual Sum in or meetings are
hocotnii.g more interesting, and are important
factors, educationally and otherwise,
in connection with the Annual
State Fair in developing by experience
as well as observations the varied resources
of our State. It is hoped, therefore.
that the meeting at Her.ettsvillc
will be well attended by all interested
in the cause of Agriculture and thus
give a further impetus to the efforts of
o*ir people in attaining the highest
round in tho ladder of prosperity and
The Pee. Dee section is little known
to our Piedmont people, and a visit to
the County of the State claiming, <\nd no
doubt justly so, the credit of being foremost
in cotton culture ; with her broad
level Held; thritfy population and unbounded
hospitality of her citizens will
insure to the Agriculturists of our State
a pleasant recreation from their busy and
trying experiences at homo nnd furnish
them a delightful impetus for the completion
of their labors.
We have the assurance of a full delegation
from our sister State (ieorgia,
whose presence and the benefit of their
counsel will add still more to the inter
By order of tho President.
TIJOH. W. IIOI.I.OWAV.
ESSAYISTS AN I> KUBJKCTS.
Col. Thomas J. Moore, Spartanburg?
Tobacco, the kind to be grown on the
different soils of the State.
H. B. Buist, Esq., Greenville?Grape
culture and wine manufacture.
E. L. Rivers, Esq., James Island?
Best" and most economical method of
Drainage and Irrigation.
Washington A. Clark, Esq., Columbia
l)r, P. E. Chazal, State Chemist, Columbia?Fertilizers
best suited to the
agricultural products on the different
soils of our State.
SUBJECTS KOtt DISCUSSION.
The preparing and growing Winter
lorage crops. Tuos. W. Hoj.i,oway.
Secretary 8. A. & M. S. ami S. C?.
Lady Churchill to the ltescue.
Lady Randolph Churchill is just now
the newest and most interesting ligure
in British politics. The rest are rather
dead, and their do-hothingism must turn
into do-soinethingism before the world
at largo will feel much interest. ;
Lord Randolph having become a
member of the Salisbury Cabinet must
go through the form of .vc-idection in
' order to retain his seat in the House of 1
Commons. The borough of Woodstock, 1
which he represents, has 1,12!) voters. 1
Of these at the last election Lord Ran- 1
dolph had 51", and a weak Liberal can- '
didate 452, leaving Churchill only a
In the. present election the Liberals
have chosen Corric (5rant, a young Lon- ^
don barrister and journalist of ability, '
and intend to make a sharp fight for 1
their man. It has niso been reported (
that the Duke of Marlborough, Church* *
ill's elder brother, now at his Blenheim '
palace, has decided to help the Liberal 1
candidate, the odds being thus rather *
against the young member of the Cab- *
Woodstock is .a kind of pocket borough.
an adiunnt ?
w , v - ?r.vMIIVinit niid lliu
Duke, Laving many tenants in the hor- J
ough, naturally has h>rgu influence. v
In this emergency L:iUy* Randolph c
Churchill, whrt. as is known, was an t
American girl, the daughter of Leonard I
Jerome of New York, has announcft""*!
her purpose of making an open canvass t
in favor of her husband. Her plucky s
declaration has already caught fire, v
Wherever she goes she is cheered to e
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trie ecno, and it is evident that the Lib- l!
erals will find in her an opposing force c
beyond what they had calculated on. e
It is no new thing in English politics d
for the wives of candidates for mcmbeJ 1<
of Parliment to openly electioneer for o
their husbands. But it is a now thing ii
for an American lady as the wifo of an a.
English nobleman to take a part in the e
exciting work of an election. Lady c<
Churchill is a fascinating woman, showy ft
and wide awake, just the sort of lady to re
turn the heads of tho English masses U
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and inspiro them to do, not as they
meant to do, but as she designs they
should do. And if Lord Randolph is
successful iti/'ttHtS contest, of course it
will be attributed to3tftt-.wife, audit will
be another link binding the two nations
in that fraternal liking so much talked
about in these days.
KOIJKKT K. LER.
A ltritsli Soldier Shows Ills Respect
(Jon. Sir Kredeiick Roberts. who during
lIn; last war in Afghanistan forced
his way to Cahitl to avenge the murder
of Major Cavaguari and the members of
the British commission, and who subsequently
made the famous march from
Cabul to Candahar and relieved the besieged
British garrison there by signally
defeating the besieging force under
V:iK* oil 11 Kli.ii) h:i< \viil(i>n .1 li?tli?r In
the family of Gen, Leo in acknowledgment
of the oration of Mr. John W.
Daniel on the occasion of the inauguration
of the Lee mausoleum at Lexington.
Gen. Huberts, in writing from
Madras to a member of the Lee family,
"Like most Englishmen, I know that
your father was a man that any nation
might well be proud, but I confess that
I never thoroughly appreciated his
noble character until I read the stirring
and pathetie address delivered by Major
Daniel. It is a very remarkable oration,
and worthy of the hero in whose honor
it was composed. I think that no one
can peruse Major Daniel's speech without
a feeling of the deepest admiration
anil respect for tho late (ien. Lee. It
will always he a regret to me that 1
never-had the opportunity of becoming
acquainted with a man who proved himself
to be a soldier, a statesman, a
a patriot and a gentleman. It is pleasant
to lind how well Gen. Lee's fellow
country seoin to have understood his
good works, and I am sure it must be a
source of deep gratification to his family
to know how genuine and unanimous
this feeling is."
He adds that although impossible
now, he hopes some day to visit the
United States, and that ho may then see
the monument in the College Chapel at
L exington, consid3ring it, he says, "a
privilege to be able to show my respect
and admiration for one of the greatest
soldiers of any ago?Lee of Virginia.
Manganese to he Mined Near Augusta
and Exported to Liverpool and Glasgow.
The underground resources of this
section are being developed continually,
and just now a most important industry
is being opened in the little city of
McCortuick near Augusta, 011 the A. it
1\. Railroad. McCormick is a station
for a well know mining district, and
while extensive veins of gold have at
times been worked, the ore most profitable,
and whose quality is highly
prized, is the Manganese, which
abounds in a tract of twelve hundred
acres, and only a half a mile from the
railroad. This ore near McCormick has
been tested, and it pans out from 70 to
75 per cent, of the per-oxid of manganese,
a very valuable portion. The
mining privileges have been leased
recently by a strong company, of which
Mr. Jouett 11. Smith is general manager
and arrangements have been completed
bv which the product is to be shipped
over the A. & K. and the Port Royal
roads to our deep water harbor, and
from thence exported to Liverpool and
Glasgow. The lirst shipment of 2C0
tons will go in a day or two by way of
vessel from l'ort Royal and New York,
but subsequent shipments will bo. direct
from l'ort Royal. The bulk of ore
win go to tenant ?\r Co., 111 Scotland,
the greatest manufacturers of bleaching
powders in the world. The manganese
will l?e used in this process, for which
product of our section is especia iiy
adapted. The McCormick M inganeso
Mining Company will have charge of
this important industry, and the general
manager, Mr. Jouett Smith is well
know and ver}' popular in Augusta. Ileis
thoroughly informed about the mining
busincs and this section, and this
section, ami we wish him much success
in his operations, lie told the Evening
News that he will construct a mill at
McCormick to grind the ore for the
American market as well as for export
lie was in Augusta yesterday arranging
"or cars to haul the ore. and for the
irescnt ho will need about two cars per
lay. His mines aro a half mile from
:he railroad, and he will soon build a
.ramway to expedite and facilitate the
vork of transportation from the mines
,0 the railroad.? Augusta Evening
Tlio Colored Brother.
CilAiil/ESTox, S. C., July 2nd.?At the
State session of the Kpiscopal Diocesan
Convention there was a lively contest
>ver tho presence of two colored clergyncn
who, under tho ruling of Hishop
I owe,'retained seats as ex-oflicio dolomites.
Opponents to tho admission of
ho colored clergymen protested, and
nine now take the ground tfiat tho condition
was ilUij?ally organized, and its
ntire action invalid. Consequently at
lie meeting to-day of the new standing
ommittee of the diocese, elected hy tho
onvention, resolutions were adopted
oclaring that there were doubts of the
igality of the convention, but that eight
f tho ten members of the committee, boig
old members, were entitled to seats
a holding over if not entitled under
lection by the convention, and that the
ommittee could therefore, organize and
11 two vacancies. Rev. Dr. Porter,
tember of tho committee, filed a pro?st
against such action and declined to
vote, as by doing so ho would adroit
doubt of the legality of the convention.
There is a deep feeling on tho subject
among Kpiscopnlians and every phase
of the contest is being jealously scrutinized.
A I.lawyer's Story.
Spunking about huts reminds me of
an incident Hint happened a few years
ago when I w.is living at a fashionable
boarding house upon Broadway. It was
rather a high-toned place and contained
among its members as line a lot of
young ladies and gentlemen as you
would care to meet. Well, one day in
midsummer?and it was a hot day, too? I
while we were all down nt dinner a man
entered the hall d->or. which was standing
open, and gathering up the hats on
the rack in u pile?there were about
thirty of them, and some fines ones
loo?he started down the front steps
Before he reached the sidewalk he met
a salesman who was a little Into for dinner
and who asked hitu what he wa>*
doing with all those hats. "Why." said
the follow, "I'm a lint dealer just around
the corner, ami I'm going to clean these
h:ils while the gentlemen are at dinner."
"All right," replied the salesman, "take
mine along and clean it up, too."
What? Get them again? Not much.
There was tho biggest crowd of bareheaded
clerks in that house you ever
saw. And the one who saw the rascal
lugging them all off and helped him,
too. by giving him his own hat?well we
nearly thumped the life out of him.?
To the Public.
SIIAV <\ settled permanently in Abbeville,
and offer 1113' servires as
to the citizens of the community.
All work guaranteed.
May 13, 1882-3 m 91
THE STATU OF SOUTH CAICOMXA
COUNTY OK ABBBKY1LI.B
IS TUB COMMON I'l.KAS.
V. \V. Wujruner & Co. against T. W. Mars,
In /it- F. W. Wagoner A: Co. against Lucy
BY virtue ??f an order made in the above
stated case on the 21st day of April,
1S85, I will resell at public outcry at Abbe|
ville C. II., S. C., 011 Mondnv. Julv Gtli. I8S5.
being Sale Day, within I lie legal hours of
sale, the following described property, situate
in Haiti Stale anil County to wit : All
that tract or parcel of land containing
osk IlfNDIlEI) ANI? EltlllTY-kive At'kkfl,
more or less, bounded by lands of II12 Estate
of Jnsiah Wells, S. II. Mnrrah, .1. K. Caldwell
and others. Also, that tracL or parcel of land,
Onk IIi'ndkkd Aches,
more or less, and bounded by land of James
McCaslan, said T. W. Mars and others, and
known as the McCelvey place. Also, that
tract or parcel of land, containing
TWO llfNriHKI) Acukp,
more ?r list., and bounded by lauds of .Tames
McCaslan, A.H. Liudsay and others, known
also as the MeCelvev tract, being the tract
willed to said T. W. Mars by his father John
The said lavd? lo be sold in accordance with
the Decree of foreclosure heretofore passed
on the ISth da)- of June, ISM, and at the risk
of the said Lucy .1. Mars, former purchaser.
TERMS OF SALE?One-half cash, balancc
on twelve months with interest from dav of
sale, the credit portion to he secured by bond
with sutlicient security and mortgage of the
premises sold, l'urchaser to pav for papers.
J. C. K l.l'OH,
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HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
No TIobbb will die of Colic. Hots or lcxo FkTMtt,
If Foatc's Powders arc n?ed In time.
FouU's Powders will cure and prevent lloo Ciioj.b ra .
Fouu*b Powders will prevent Gapk* in Fou rs.
FouU's Powders will Increase the ntiiuit-tty of milk
and cronni twouty per cent., and make the butter Arm
Foutz'e Powders will core or prevent almost kvkkt
I)imca8b to which Horses and Cattle are subject.
Foctz'b Towdiu will give Satisfaction.
DAVID X. POUTS, Proprietor,
? AXTIMOB.E. MD.
w E luive just received a larg sto )k of
Landreth's Fresh Car t!en
Soed, All Varieties
IE. W. Lawson & Co.
itn 28-tf 20
CHARLKSTON. S. C.
First Class in nil its Appointments.
HATES, $2.01), $2.r>0.
Excellent Cititicno, I?rjre nirv rnnmn, Otis
I'crt.senjiiT Elevator. Kluclric bell and lights.
Heated ri.itniHii- f!un(pullv
Oct 1, '84-tf ' 21
TjJXCIIANGE HOT ML,
OititKNvn.r.K, S. C.
THE ONLY TWO-CLA88 HOTEL IN
W. R. White, Proprietor. 48
ALL tb e new shapes in Hata and Bonnets
with Ribbona, Birds, Flowers, Satins
and Velvet* to matco.
R. M. HADDON 8c Cg.
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THE most extensive stock of Millinery can
now bd found at
II. M UADDON & CO.'S.
1, '84-tf 27
"G'race wan in all her utep*, Heaven in
In every <je?ture d ily and lo I"
So appeared Mother Kve, and so may
shine her fair descendants, with the
exercise of com in ou sense, care and
proper treatment. An enormous
number of female complaints are diM
rcctly caused by isturbance i>r supQ
pression of the -Menstrual Function.
M In every such case that sterling and
m unfailinir suecific. Uuadkiki.d's Kk- O
f"1 mai.k Kkuitlatok, will effect reliefn
^ and cure. m
' ? It is from the receipt of a most dia- |V
Qj tinguished physician. It is composed
JTJ of strictly niedcinal ingredients, whose
m happy conibinitiou hus never been HTI
Jy? surpassed. It is prepared with scien- rH
(JJ tilie skill from the finest materials. \y
Hit bears the palm for constancy of f-\
strength, certainty of effect, elegance r*i
rP of preparation, beauty of appearance rH
H and relative cheapness. The tcstiniu- <0
Q, ny in its favor is genuine. It never [Xj
ri fails when fairly tried.
[H Carter*ville, f!a. M
pj Tliis will certify thai two members JT'
jH of niv immediate family, after huvi'ig |H
P suffered for many years from men- |_
strual irrepularitv, and having been j_J
treated without benefit by various
medical doctors, were at length font \J
fVl /</?/</// cum! by one bottle of l>r. J. l/1
1 n liradfield's Female Regulator. lis ef- 1
nfect in sucli cases is truly wonderful,
ami well may the remedy be called
' Woman's Best Friend."
Jam i s W. Stuamsk.
Send for our book on the "Health
and Happiness of Woman." Mailed
UK.VItKIKI.n Rkuui.atoh Co.
For sale by I). C. DuPrc.
Greeenwooil, S. C.
A Marvelous Story
TOLD IH TWO LETTERS.
FROM THE SON:
"Gentlemen: My father resides at Glover,
Vt. He has been a great sufferer from Scrofula,
and tho inclosed letter will tell you what
a marvelous effect
Ayer s Sarsaparilla
has had in his case. I think his blood musk
hare contained tlio humor for at least ten
yoars; but it did not show, except in the form
of a scrofulous soro on tho wrist, until about
live yoars ago. From a few spots which appeared
at that time, It gradually spread so as
to oover his entiro body. I assure you he was
terribly affi'.ctcd, and on object of pity, whon
he began using your medicine. Now, there are
few men of his age who enjoy as good, health
as he has. I could easily name fifty persons
who would testify to the facts In his case.
Yours truly, W. M. Phillips."
FROM THE FATHER pleasure uut
a duty for roe to state to you the benefit I
havo dorlrod from the use of ^ \
Six months ago I was completely covered with
a terrible bumor and scrofulous softs. The
humor caused an incessant and Intolerable
Itching, and tho skin cracked so as to causo
tho blood to flow In many places whenovor
I movod. My sufferings were great, and my
lifo a burdon. I commenood the use of the
Sarsaparilla In April last, and have usod
It regularly sinco that time. My condition
began to improve at onco. Tho soros havo
all healed, and 1 feel pcrfoctly woll in every
respect?being now ablo to do a good day's
work, although 73 years of age. Many inquire
what has wrought such a cure In my case, and
I toll them, as I havo hero tried to toll you,
Atkr'8 Sarsaparilla. Glovor, Vt., Oct.
21,1882. Yours gratefully,
Ater'b Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula
and all Scrofulous Complaints, Erysipelas,
Ectcmo, Ringworm, Blotches,
Sorer, Bolls, Tumors, and Eruptions of
clrlm t* aiaam. -11 ? ?
omu* *v vitoio vuu uiwu ui mi
ritloa, aids digestion, stimulates the action of
the bowels, and thus restore* vitality and
strengthens tho whole system.
gold by all Druggists; f 1, six bottles for 90.
The Place to get What You Want
THQS. M. CHRISTIAN,
HAVIXfi bought t lie inturcst of.Mr. JOHN"
WII.SON in the business formerly
conducted l)V them jointly, will keep always
in store a complete stock of
n i xr xt t\ n r\ 1A n
U A IN IN I'i V li U U IJ S
CO>f FE.CTIt)^fE?ll I E.S \
of nil kinds.
The Best and Cheapest
Cigars and Tobacco,
THE FINK8T WINES nnd LIQUQRS
SWEIJT MASII CORN WIIISKEV for mo
diciiinl purposes, 8 specialty. Also choice
LIQUORS of a 11 v kind for medicinal purposes.
liivniiim .. ? > 1
All pyrsoiid indebted to (lie firm of Chrintian
k Wilson must make immediate pavilion".
THOS. M. CHRISTIAN,
l-3m-3:? .Abbeville, S. C.
IS berobv flrivc.i that. John Macon and Simpson
Make, colored, are both under contract
with mo for tho year 1885. I wil
enforce the law on any one'hirlng or harboring
them for the year 1885.
MKS. A. E. CAItR.
Ma v 16th 1886-tf. 97
A beautiful line of Worsted Dress
Goods worth 18 cents per yard will be
sold for 12J? at Bell ? Galphin's.
ENDORSED BY IIP BETTER Al' 1
SCIENTISTS AS CHEAPER TI".
Ovor 500 I J 8or?d
DosiRns. hfcffl.h -11 c'rou'
y -.v. <?i?*.<
(v^ Z' "'N. ' .J**
MANUI- 'CTCHKb ~Y '
monumental lrom?-* co:.:pa:
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T. L. DOUGLASS,
Nov. 2G, 1884.?1 yr. Agent.
LAND FOR SALE.
WE arc authorized to sell the .ollowinjj
Tract, 226 Acres,
Near IMxrnix, known as Chi|>lcy lands, hounded
hy lands of ('hipley, Tolbert, Kstate llutchiiisoti
Also Tract 120 Acres,
Part of America Ilncket Tract, bounded by
lands of S. 11. Brooks, Tolbort, J. S. C'hijdev,
sr., and others.
ALSO lot in the town of Troy, known as?
Lot 6, Block B.
Also the Simmons lot near I lodges, i
33* Acres, More or Less
Hounded bj T. J. Kllis, W. C. Norwood and
Also Store House and Lot,
in the Town of Bradley, on Main and tiritlin
Streets, latelv owned bv Tlios. II. Walker.
' 1'AKKkK A McOOWAN.
Attv for F. W. Wagener&Co.
Nov 19-tf 40
Out of the Jais of Death
The gentleman who outlines his case below
is a man considerably advanced in life, and is
noted for his sterling Integrity. His post-offlco
Is Yates villa, Upson County, Georgia. Tho fol
Mr. John Pearson & Statement.
In tho Spring of 1882 I was attacked with a
very bad cough, which continued to grow
worse until Full, when I got bo weak that I
could not get about. I triod a great many
kinds of medicine, but continued to grow
worse. I was notified that I hnd consumption,
and woutd probably dip. Dr. Ilolloway tinnlly
told mo to try Brewer's rune Restorer. They
sent to Wanl'# Store and got a bottle, and X
commenced taking it right,away After taking
two or tiiroo doses. I began to improve, and by
thetimo I had used up one bottle I was able to
get on iny feet again. I am now in excellent
health. I am confident that tho Lung Restorer
saved my life, and my neighbors aro of the
same opinion. It Is the best Lung Remedy
ever made, in my opinion. Dr. H. promised me
that he would write to the manufacturers and
tell them of the wonderful cure it madoinmy
Statement of Mr.Beni. F. Hearndon:
Early in November. 1881, whllo pewlng on tho
machine, tny wife was tiiken wiih a severe rain
In hur sitie, wliieh wns soon followed by hemorrhages
from her lungs and a sercro cough.
Fever commenced, she could neither eat nor
sleop, and in a few weeks she was reduced to a
living skeleton. Tho attending physician told
mo that ho thought one of her lungs was en
?.;reiy Ror.e. :?no couiu noi reimn me most
delicate nourishment on bur Fton-.Kch. I then
agreed with Dr. Sullivan, my family physician,
to call Dr. Hollovray In consultation. They
made a final examination of tbo patient, ana
pronounced tlio case hopeless. Dr. Ilolloway
then suggested tlio Brewer's Lung Restorer as
a lust resort. I sent for a bottle, and save her
a dose. I f-?und that she could retain ft on hor
stomach, and after about the third doso I heean
to notice some Improvement In her condition.
I continued the medicine n?!mlarly, and bjrtbe
time Bho had taken two bot lies she was ahlo to
walk about tlio houso. Mio Is now In better
hoalth than she bat enjoyed for several yoars.
I believe t ho Ltin;* Restorer saved her life.
Mr. llenrnilou's nost-ofiice is Yatosvllle. Upson
County, (Ja. Ilo Is a thoroughly rellablo
man In every particular.
LAMAR, RANKIN, & LAMAR,
HAVE REMOVED TO THE
New Store oil the Corner
under (be new hotel. Wlion you come to
town call in In sue tlicm.
Sept. 30/84. QUAULES & THOMAS.
C. E. BRUCE,
K UJIZ'S OLD STAND,
Boot and Shoe Maker.
FIRST-CLASS work made and repaired at
short notice. All kinds of work made.
Ladies and Oents Kid Top Gaitors and Ladies
Rutton Gaitors. All work guaranteed.
Rest French Calf and Kid used. Terms?
Fob 18-tf 10
I OFFER for sale, nt low figures,on Saleday
in July, the following property:
1 Five-borse power Upright Engine.
1 Farquhrti' Thresher,
1 Gin, (50 saws)and Condenser,
1 King Cotton Press.
The above can be bought at privoto sole by
applying to Parker h McGowan or Perriti tb
Xbo abovo property, 18 considered in good
condition, and may be bought very low by applying
to tlia undersigned at the Mrsskkobr
lOffice. JAS. 8. PERRIN.
May 0, 1886-tf 86
White Lawn for fljjf contn per ^nrd
at Bell & Qalphin'a. |
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Nsv-~ i - ?*- ^ i
(1 AX BK FOl-'XD THE LARGEST STOCI
J Road Carts, Plantation Wagons ( all size
Saddles, Beltinjr, Leather of all kinds, Wii^vn
will OFFER SPECIAL BARGAINS IN A LO
than Muiuiiacturers' Prices. These Hujrjfies
which I will guaruutoc cmuil tn the best. Cal
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(SucressorloH.il. May & Co.,) 01
SALESROOMS, I A ITPTTCi1 A
7(11 It road Street, | A U \JI U ul 1*. )
DAY & TA
Arc Now ltccciviii? a
CARRIAGES - A
FOR THE SF
-A_T PRICES TO S"
K?J r?~r i?-'
iiuu ncvui Dtjiure Attained ill
We are enabled to give our
purchasing our goods at the
call and be convinced.
The finest assortment of HANDBAGS i
TRUNKS. WHIPS and UMBRELLAS.
THE WILSON, CHILD'S&CO.'S PHI
TENNESEE WAGONS. 1. 2, and 4 H
DAY AND TANNA HILL'S ONE AN
EXPRESS AND DELIVERY WAGO!
Axles, Springs, Huhs, Spokes, kc. R
IIOYT'S LEATHER BELTING. Tin
LACING. RIVETS, ETC. OAK AN1
CALK AND LINING SKINS, LASTS
HARNESS AND SADDLES. WE C
OUR HARNESS DEPARTMENT, IN
4:< -r-\ a o? rriTr-K
1 yxa L. 00 _L_ V -L>
Arc the IlKST KVER
j Headache. One pood il
Bjggge^. 1'ills, followed by one pill
man machinery run as re;
and put new life in a brokt
less, Pleasant, luf'alli
brail Druirjrists and Medi
STAND A III) CUItK <
ir7l-^(l/ VW* Kiaory'n liittlo Cat
^ ,(> '''e beat Pill ever u.?
jv W. II. (ioiiKK, Harmonv
.<?) W are tlie most popular of a
r* * X. (.'. My ajred mothei
IMORY'S LITTIJB hakkk, Locust drove, Oli
OATHARTIO PILL*|) Alliens, Texas. Tli
*'|&YPAPMJU ?Thevare unexcelled.TVT
AT A U T A In nil its forms positive
IVLxi 1jx\ _LV 11\. IMIIh, a nevcr-failinp r
poison of any kind. Endorsed by physicians i
223 Con ts a Box. STA
iSL O Y C
Tlie Furniture I
AND WE KEE
BY OUK LOW PRICKS. Our stock
ture Rusinoss in the South, and def
keep everything in our line, besides a
Revolving Rook Casos, Red Lounges, V
Patent Rahy Criljs, Insect Castors, Furi
Mark's Adjustable Folding Chairs. Inval
Pillows, &-e. Hive tin o co//, or write J'i
840 RROAD STRK1
Proprietor of u>e largest saloon in ?
tomern by false advertisements. The h
papers. He is well prepared for fall trade. T!
thing in the lino of
Foreign and Domcsti
the best the market affords. He has g
Rye and Corn, Irish i
Apple, Patch, California and Fret
He can cheerful!v recommend his poods tc i
drinks with all the"DE1.1CI0CS HEVERAGE
DRINKS. Hid specialty is a large stock of 1:
Gentlemen's Resort, No
and ynu will not forget again
A Good Line of Tc
. t ' J '
, v, . .. .
i OF CARRIAGES, RCOGIF.S, 1'IIJETOXS,
i>, I to C> horse,) Single ami Double Harne.su,
Material, Ac., Ac. For the next thirty d?v? I
T OF Ol'EX ANI) TOP BUGGIES at leas
are all Fine Northern and Eastern wakes,
1 and examine thorn and convince yourselves
IT. GEORGIv RAILROAD BANK.
GEORGIA. | FACTT?EUis7SUeel.
Fine ARKortiuont of
nil - fiUlrtrllft! ^
"IT THE TIMES!
i the History of the Business.
customers every advantage by
closest possible cash prices,
! IN GREAT VARIETY.
ind SATCH ELS ever brought to the city.
LA. WAGONS, all sizes.
I) TWO HORSE WAGONS.
ubbcr Relting and Packing.
? best in the World.
) IIKM LOCK SOLE LEATHER.
, THREAD, CEMENT, ETC.
'ALL PARTICULAR ATT EN J ION TO
WIllCIl WE EXCEL IN QUALITY
r~NT A TTTT .T . Augusta, Ga.
. MARK WALTER'S
m Marble and Granite Works,
NEAR LOWER MARKET, AugnsU, Gn.
WORK, Domestic and Imported. All
item and Scntish Granite, a'. Low Prices.
AND SOUTH CAROLINA MONUki?k
a Si'kcmai.tv. A large selection of
ud GRANITE WORK always on hand,
KTTER1NG and DELIVERS*. 44 +
[TTLE CATHARTIC PILLS
MADE for C?)KlivencBK, 1 mildest ion,
lose of three or tour Emory's Little Cathartic
I every night for a week or two, makes the huliular
us clock work; tliev puriTy (ho blood
:i>-(1own body. 1'nrftly Vegetable, Harm.
ble, the youngcstlchiId may take them. Sold
cine Dealers at U5 <'lx. u Box, or l?y mail.
I'roprielorn, 107 Pearl St.." X. Y.
bartic are more than is e'a:ired: thev prove
<..(! tw.ro W nrl I, I,.:.... ! I. 1 T?r
... .ww iiiv ii our > itnm'll?n f
(J rove, (in. Kinory's Little tluu-tio
11 the Oatbnrt'cs?Wm. Jlisnop, Mills River,
used one box with wonderful results?X. W.
o. 1 recommend tlieni.?Joiis Collins, M.
ey nre excellent.?H. Hknson, Jackson, Miss.
-Mhh. Elizabeth Kkyskr, Moberlr, Mo.
ly cured with Kmory's Sttimlnnl Cure
emedy; tliev contain no Quinine, Mercury, or
?nd sold bv drnpjrists everywhere, or by mail,
NDARl) C'UBE CO., New York. 45
business Augusta, ^
IP IT MOVING
is siinply immense. We lend the Furni.
y competition from every quarter. We
fl the novelties, such ns Folding Beds,
iennn Ilentwood Chairs, Baby Carriages,
liture Polish, Patent Desks of all kii ds,
id Cliairs. Feathers, Mattresses, Springs,
or cnt(ilo</uc foul price lint.
5TAUGTJSTA, GA. 40
he up-conntrv, don't intend t? dupe bis cj?alf
is not mentioned in the three Abbeville
lie Palmetto House is well stocked witb every.
c Wines and Liquors,
ot Liquors nine years eld. Good old
mm * ? wan m a
ana scotcn wnisxies,
orter, Ale and JPretth Lager Beer
the public for MEDICINAL USE. and nixed
8 of (he hi!?8oii. AIho COOL. TF.MPEKATB
URE GOODS. Cull at the
i. 4 Washington Street,
>bacco and Cigars.