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The Song of the Sword.
Weary, and wounded and worn, Wounded, and ready to die, A soldier tiiey left, all alone and forlorn, On the lleld of the battle to lie. The dead aud the dying alone Could their presence and pity afford; Whilst, with a sad and terrible tone, He sang the song of the sword Fight?fight?fight! Though a thousand fathers die; Fight?fight?fight; Though thousands of children cry; Fght!?fight!?flgh t! Whilst mothers and wives lament; And fight!?fight!?fight! While millions of money arc spent. Fight-flght-fight! Should the cause be foul or fair; Though all that's (rained is an empty name And a tax too great to bear; An empty name and a paltry fame, And thousands lying dead; Whilst every glorious victory Must raise the price of bread. wr? y rrro f t Firo, nnd famine, and sword; Desolate fields and desolate towns, And thousands scattered abroad, And never a home and never a shed; Whilst kingdoms perish and fall, And hundreds of thousands are lying dead, And all?for nothing at all. War?war?war! Musket and powder and ball; Ah! what do we flght so for? Ah! why have we battles at all ? 'Tls Justice must be dono, they say, The nation's honor to keep; Alas! thatjusticelssodear, A -I Vnmnn llfa PA fthflOn W ar?war?war! Misery, murder, and crime, Are all the blessings I've seen in thee From ray youth to the present timo; Misery, murder, and crimeCrime, misery, murder, and woe; Ah f would I had kuown in my younger days, A tenth of what now I know. Ah! had I but known in my happier days, In my hours of boyish glee, A tenth of the horrors and crimc of war? A tithe of the misery! I now had been joining a happy band Of wife and children dear, And I had died in my native land, InBtead of dying here. And many a long, long day of woo. And sleepless nights untold, And drenching rain and drifting snow, And weariness, famine, and colda. And worn out limbs, and aching heart, And grief, too great to tell, And bleeding wounds, and piercing smart, Had I escaped full well. Weary, and wounded, and worn, Wounded and ready to die, a rnidier thev lpft. all alone and forlorn On the field of battle to lie. The dead and the dying alone Could their presence and pity afford; While thus with a sad and terrlblo tone (Oh, would that these truths were more perfectly known!) He sang the song of the sword. Piedmont Air-Line, Richmond & Danville R. R., Columbia & Greenville Division. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. IK KFTECT OCT. 16, 18ST. ?* v? \ I'lT&iQB run vj (uiu aicauiau uuic./ NORTHBOUND. J + t | t | t ~ No. No. No. No. No. 8. 55. I 21. 53. 51. P.M. !A.M. A.M. KM. Lt Colombia 5 48 1 9 40 11 00 10 10 |P.M.| Ar Alston 6 40 12 25111 59 11 00 Lt Alston 12 40,11 59 11 00 I I A.M. Ar Union 4 00| |12 50 Ar Spartanburg I _ 6 45i 2 12 Ar Tryon I 4 07 ArSalnda ! 1 4 57 ( ArFlfttBock | 5 87 | Ar Hendersonville 5 53 , ArABheville I 7 00 I | | a()0 ai , , - - III lp-MAr Pomaria. | 6 571 12 IS L Ar Prosperity. 7 20 ! 12 44 Ar Newberry | 1 371 1 01 Ar Goldvilie 8 461 _i | Ar Clinton 9 OS J... ArLfcurena I 9 45; I I I Ar Ninety-Six | 2 lSl Ar Greenwood i I i 2 521 Ar Abbeville 4 25 ' Ar Belton I 4 IT A.M. | Lv Belton ?|10 85 4 17i Ar Willlamston 10 5S 4 41 Ar Pelzer. |ll 10J | 4 4S| Ar Piedmont Ill 271 5 OGl N'N. Ar Greenville Il2 001 J 5 401 Ar Anderson | 1 4 501 Ar Beneca I... i I C 021 ArWalbolla. 6 35 Ar AtUnto ; I I | llO 40| SOUTHBOUND. No. I No. No. No. ' No. , 52. I 60. 52. 4. | 55. am\ Lv Walballa. 7 55 Lv Seneca. 8 30| | Lv Anderson 9 52 L Lv Abbeville U 10 P.M. Lv Greenville 9 40| 2 80 Lv Piedmont 10 83 3 15 Lv Pelzer. 10 51 3 35 Lv Williamaton 10 58 3 41 Lv Belton 12 26 4 06 P.M. Lv Greenweod 12 60 Lv Ninety-Six 1 3S A.M. Lv Laurens. 6 42 Lv Clinton 7 16 Lv Goldville 7 88 Lv Newberry 8 05 S 40 Lv Prosperity 8 23 8 59 Lv Pomaria. 3 45 9 21 Ar Alston 4 05 9 40j XjV AIDbUU * VI I p.M.| Lv Hot Springs. 1 20i Lv Ashevillo | 9 49 Lv Hendorsonville 11 07| ;.... Lv Flat Bock 11 281 Lv Saluda. 11 53t A.M. | Lv Tryoa? | 12 34 I A.M. Lv Spartanburg? 1 2 12 5 30 i Lv Union. 8 45! 1 50 j i Ar Alston | i 5 87|11 05i i Ar Colombia I 5 07| 6 801 1 15ll0 4oi i Ar Augusta. 9 15 10 80| | Ar Charleston via S. C. I i S. tt; 19 45 10 85 i Ar Charleston via A.I | I | I C. L 9 45111 201 J Ar Savannah via C. p-M-i i i and B | | 6 531 1 1 Daily. fDaily except Sunday. Tnsouon car service. On trains Nos. 50 and 51, Pullman sleeper between Charleston and Hot iprings, N. C., via A. C.L. and Columbia and Spartanburg. Through Passenger Coach between Charleston and Morristown via S.C. Hallway, Columbia and Spartanburg. Tickets on sale at principal stations to nil points. D. CARDWELL, D. P. A. JAS. L. TAYLOR, Gen'l Pass. Agent. SOL. HAAS, Traffic Manager. miDDTV A, nAmiTI) AV xaiuiuli vx uuiaxiaii) .Attorneys at Law, ABBEVILLE. S. CReal Estate Broker. THE undersigned offers his Bervlccs to the citizens of Abbeville county in the purchase and Bale of real estate. I also represent two reliable Fire Insurance Companies. J. T. PARKS. WM. H. PABKER W. C. McGOWAN* PARKER &McG0 WAN ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS, ABBEVILLE, C. H., S. C. WILL practice also in the Circuit Courtsoi the United Statesfor South Carolina* Notice. A LL PARTIES HAVING DEMANDS -fX against tho ESTATE OF It. H. WARDLAW, deceased will present the same, properly attested. Those indebted will please make settlement. A. B. WARDLAW, W. U. WARDLAW. . . Executors. NOTICE. WE have formed a copartnership for tlio practice of law under the firm name of BENET ife.CASON. Will practice in all State and United States Courts. WM. C. HENKT. SAM'L C. CASON. Abbeville^S. C., June 18,188T Barber Shop. RICHARD GANTT. is now prepared to do all work in his department In the best manner and at reasonable charges. Monthly customers shaving, hair cutting and shampooing $1 per month. Kasors honed and put in the best condition for 25 cents each. JERV^Y & 00 GREENWOOD, S. C. vYT TIEYjSTOLDS OT.JD STAND. HARDWARE. A large stock of PLOWS, POTWARE, CUTLERY, Etc., at reasonable prices. AT COST! A few suits of CLOTHING nre being sold at COST. Come and select one before It Is too late. We also oiler at BOTTOM FIGURES Dry Goods, Rats, Caps, Boots and Shoes to make room for our SPRING STOCK which will be large anil well selected. CI miD fall for ADVOCATE. DICTATOR, (SOLD MEDAL, HON TON, CONGRESS, f LUUll. LIBERTY, STAR or HARDEN S EAGLE, and after a trial you will use 110 other. RICE WcRrcaI'S0 WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS in CAROLINA RICE. For any patronage we give satisfaction and courteous attention. JERYEY & CO. R. S. SPARKMAN. Manager. New Goods and Low Prices WILL TELL. OUR SALES FOR THE LAST FOUR WEEKS TREMENDOUS. And for the NEXT 30 DAYS we propose to double our Sales if Selling GOODS CHEAP will do it. SHOES. * ryr* oa r ?% nil prVT I T? A T>T?I? TllA V AMY HTTfF.R HOTTftK IN MIUPiJ9 ?11jU nr< OUlil/ t\t i I-UV v.in^w ii?? ? - w ?WW GREENWOOD. Large and well assorted stock to select from. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING WILL BE SOLD 2j PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE vTATE. You will find la our stock DIAGONALS, CORKSCREWS, CASHMERES, WOKS- ' rEDS and HEAVY FLANNELS. OVERCOATS of all grades. HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS. WE CAN BEAT ANY THING IN TOWN. HAVE HATS FROM 50 CENTS to $4.00. DRY GOODS. Consisting of new effects in VELVETS, ENGLISH SUITING, TRICOT, FLANNELS. CASHMERS and nil the latest styles In TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, GLOVES-IN KII) and uASHMERS?TOWELS. TABLE LINEN, HOSIERY, ctc., which for Quality and priccs will ;ompare with any in the State. Our stock must be seen to be appreciated. GROCERIES. AVe have on hand a full line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES which will bo sold at i prices to suit the times. Will keep in stock tlie (Inest grades of Flour, Molasses, Syrup, Sugar, Bice and Coffee DON'T BUY BEFORE YOU EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND COMPARE PRICES. 5,000 YARDS YARD-WIDE SHEETING 6! CENTS. S. E. STANSELL, Waller's Old Stand, Greenwood, S. C. Nov. 9,1SS7. 3m Time, Labor and Honey Saved Something that Every Family Wants. DR. J. K. McWHORTER'S win; iMi'ira X JL K/ JLM JL A. V" V VillJL \/ j. u m~r j FOR WASHING CLOTHES. FAMILY WASHING can be accomplished in a PEW MINUTES without the labor of RUBBING or the use of the Wash Boards ?r Washing Machines. This wonderful Discovery was patented by Dr. J. K. McWhortor, of Salem, ^ a., June '21st, 1>^7, and comes with giail tidings to every household and accomplishes In a few minutes of itself, what has heretofore required days and hours of hard toil. It is estimated that One-Third of the Wearing Value of Clothes was RUBBED OUT under the old process of washing, but now with the introduction ol tho "Washing Compound" this waste is preserved and the unavoidable EVIL of the l'AST is REMEDIED, and A NEW EUA 11AS DAWNED UPON OUR COUNTRY which saves TIME, LAIIOR and MONEY. Kor Novelty, Simplicity, Cheapness ahd Thoroughness it is Unsurpassed. Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed. The entire washing of a large family can be done in TWENTY MINUTES, and LESS TIME, at & cost of only a few cents. There is nothing in the prepartaion that will injure the hands or clothes. 4tcrFauiiiy Rights, County or State, can be purchased by applying to W. D. LESLY & CO., Abbeville, S. O. ROGERS &"C0.~, Cotton Factors, NU ? M1IIH 1MM DEALERS IN Cotton, Grain, Provisions, Groceries, Bagging and Ties. 115 JACKSON STREET, AUGUSTA, GA. Any goods ordered from us tiiatouu line i>o not cover, we will buy same and charge a low rate of commission. All orders will have our prompt attention. Our branch business will lie known as tiie ARREVILLE WHOLESALE STORE. We will keep several C'Ait LOADS of the above goods in our warehouse at Abbeville and will sell tiiei it WJloLKSA LE PRICES. These goods are shipped on consignment and must be sold. Mil. G. ii. MmoRE Is the business manage' of tho Abbeville Wholesale Store and will sell you your goods delivered at any depot in s<-.dh Carolina. Any goods war*ed that nre not in stock Mr. Moore will telegraph the orders to us and we will deliver your goods in a few days. Otlice in KNOX'S STORE. Abbeville Wholesale Store, H. MUUKli, JJusiness manager. August 24,1887, tJ HAWKES' I NEW CRYSTALIZED SPECTACLE AND EYE-GLASS LENSES.: The Finest in the World. ] All Eyes Fitted and the Fit Guaranteed by P. B. SPEED, DRUGGIST, ABBEVILLE, S. C. . . -r -v.- .-..-it ... . NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS^' Jl^OTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all returns of Real and Personal property subject to taxation and all transfers of Real Estate made since January 1, 1887, Must be returned between the first day January, 1888, and the 20th February, 1888. It is known that a quantity of Real Estate and a large amount of personal proper ty, monies, credits, machinery <Kc., nave escaped taxation in previous years. Tlio law requires me to assess all parties who neglect to make their returns within the time above sot forth, and add a penalty of 50 per cent, thereto. MY INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO EXECUTE THIS PROVISION OF TIIE LAW WITHOUT EXCEPTION. I am particularly anxious to procuro a fair and legitimate assessment of all Real and Personal Proporty in Abbeville County, and I respoctfully ask all good citizons to give me their aid in procuring samo. TAX-PAYERS ARE EARNESTLY REQUESTED TO MAKE TIIEIR RETURNS PROMPTLY, returns will be received by the Auditor at the following places on the days designated below: Vordory?9th and 10th January?Monday and Tuesday until 1 o'clock p. m. Coronaca?10th and 11th January?Tuesday evoning and Wednesday until 12 o'clock m. Greenwood? 11th, 12th and 13th January?Wednesday evening, Thursday and Friday. Hodges?lGth and 17th January?Monday and Tuesday. Donalds?18th and 19th January?Wednesday and Thursday. Duo West?20th and 21st January?Friday and Saturday. " r?r? ?3 1 041U nnA T.irtdoTr uraaiey?^oru uuu ^-?iu juuuiiij?iuvuuoj anu a uu-jvuj . Troy?25th and 2Gth January?Wednesday and Thursday. McCormick?27th and 28th January?Friday and Saturday. Bordeaux?30th January?Monday. Willington?31st January?Tuesday. Mt. Carmol?1st and 2nd February?Wednesday and Thursday. Grave's Station?3rd February?Friday. Hester?4th Febrary?Saturday. Antreville?Gth and 7th February?Mouday and Tuesday. Mountain View?8th February?Wednesday. Lowndesvillc?9th and 10th February?Thursday and Friday. Ninety-Six?13th, 14th and 15th February?Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Gilgal Church?17th February?Friday. Cedar Spridgs?18th February?Saturday. Abbeville, C. 11.,?January 1st to February 20th. A. W. JUfliSS, Auditor. Greenwood Marble Works ! LEAVELL & GAGE, PROPRIETORS. Latest Designs in American and FOREIGN MARBLE. rC ^ Headstones and Monuments al- flpjjip) ways on hand and made to order. Jj raj raMHL OT3TVFT!T?ft SOTJDTTTnT) WORK GUARANTEED. Terra Cotta Wells. The Place to Get What THE undersigned will put you up a 19 Inch TT__ TTT_ a. i Terra Cotta Well for half the price of a 3?Ut5 ! jug one. The common wood bucket is used for drawing water. The cleaning out is the work of a moment by keeping a galvanized TIIA A mm mini ATI A A I dieet iron bucket In the bottom to be hooked I III IV fUl I LJ U I V I I A Al nut at will. Satisfaction guaranteed. This I IIUOl If II UlllllO I I fill i'erra Cotta weighs 10 to 50 pounds to the foot. w w i iiiii C. M. CALHOUN.^ TTAVING boueht the interest of Mr. _ ureen woou, o. \j. JOHN WILSON in tho business I They arc frog proof and superior to one dug. formerly conducted by them jointly will Joel S. lialley, Greenwood, keep always in store, a complete stock of They aro bound to take precedence overall FANCY GROCERIES, CANNED others. Prof. Klake, Greenwood. GOODS and CONFECTIONERIES of llov ifTrov a11 kinds- Tho best and cheapest CIDr. L/Anderson, Ninety-Six. GARS and TOBACCO. Tho FINEST , Rev. Fressly, Due West. WINES and LIQUORS. D. J. Ward law, McConnlck. Out of 21 wells made In my town In two Mooh flnm WViisItatt yearn I have put up 23 of them. QWeet JlldSIl W IllSJtey July 13,1887, 12m . , ?! For medical purposes a specialty. Also, pi q -?j- rji 2' S Choice Liquors of any kind for medical HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS ^ Give him a call. Satisfaction guaranteed jgfe. ^ All persons indebted to the firm *^1 ?"^ ^ir'st'an c^^^son mu3t make immet&Mi TH0S- * CHRISTIAN, Ahhpviii* <? c No Hobs* will tile of Colic. Bot* or Icsa Fs _ . ,OOA auucvilic, W. veb, If Fontz's Powders ere used In time. *> eD- id, IBS**, ti Foutz's Powders will curc and prevent Hog Cuolbba. ? Foutz's Powders will ore vent G>,1es in Fowls, _____ Foutz's Powders will liki-en-ie the /imntlty of mills M. *f - B ^^**4 and cream twenty per ceatt und ma'.?tlie buttor lirm W~~W * M f And Bwcct. Foutz's Powders will ctire or prevent almost eykby Disease to which Horses and Cattle are subjcct. Pa* lVTiQctPB fJliil/lfAn FoCTZ'8 powdkbb will give satisfaction. * OX AjdUlUH, 10.19060, l>uli(ireil Sold everywhere. ..j DAVID E. FOUTZ. Proprlotor, ^nd IllfailtS. 3ALTIMOKE, MD. i-i c * t v nv XA7 OULD call special attention to our lino *011 SALE B\ W Pi cox and GEO. H. ZEIGLER shoes. T? T? n?TiTiT\ *-Li. -ii c< n They iire the best goods for the price we have P. B. SPEED, Abbeville, S. C. ever handled. July 13,1S87, Cm trade- WTV Wool Stuffed O Horse Collars. THE latest ancl best invention In the COL- fired CSSf/ These Collars arc stuffed in the usunl man- VK fcl ly & ner; that is to say, the face part of the collar gmKPg ?f i,w/ <> *$ which comes in contact with the shoulders of mtKJJk E-i|jf ! the animal has two thicknesses of material, p(g|f As.. X w with a space between them. t&gjT The invention consists in using and apply- ?jw/JR?yVr ing for one of these plies or thicknesses a Tan- VVf I\ vytM 'r J i ned Skin with tho natural wool adhering to It, and arranging the same so that tho wool side shall occupy the space between tho said two ws. >. h thicknesses. It will thus bo seen that tho Titjji^v space between tho double facing Is packed ro padded with the wool which adheres natural- r ly to the skin. This has the advantage over < other staffing heretofore used, In that the wool cannot shift from its position or got Into , lief'orc making any further purcnascs u would be wise and profitable to examine the ' merltRofthe.se Collars. ASK FOR THE Wo have the exclusive sale of these excel- n PrtV PUI1C lent Collars. W JOEL SMITH & SON. y. l? U A wHUL -FORNOTICE TO DEBTORS, ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO CUN- M. HADDON & CO. nlngliam & Tompleton must make prompt payment to the undersigned : other- Oct. 13,188/, tf j wise recourse will be hud to the Courts. ttt a x mn-n t wtttpd it Mnnliln Vnnd W-O^AXi*, JJ. ULXUHUl*, ^ lflflljJ1G lflIUi Assignee. . full line of headstones and j T ~ . , . . A monuments. J. XV. Cunninenam. A&rent, our prices are low, and styles arc of the b ' ? most symmetrical in shape of any to be found Nov. 23, 1SS7, tf in the up-country. Sept. 2S. At tie Furniture Store, i 1>ent\vood chaiks. ^ X> New and pretty styles. Prices low. WOVKN WIUK MATTKASSKS. At prices ' - from S"> to88, each. Will last a life time. RETCOMMENDEDBY pfiVsiciANa. rniHEAU BEDS, and other goods ntlowest c The eye is the most delicate organ of the cas>1 t'riccs- Sept. 18. < '?/>* <?j n.n m/n-t I'floltlfHSIilv " lUIJlilll CJ aLCIll, J in HIV mil carelessly used. Don't be deceived by fJoflfins at. Due WPst icddlers but call luitl get Zlnemans 'Dlanian- , , . w esu a" spectacles and eye-glasses, a lilguaran- T1";- V.^?,glicd stVr.?. }x v?.r]i'M'.?r .ced and charges reasonable. If any glasses I i? 4 . SlSLb-S. wanted in very line mounting, a lot will be HLAlt.SK will lie ftirnishcd when needed, ordered at once from wliicli you can make . A. SELDEN KENNEDY. >ur selection. 1\ U. .Speed, Agent. 4-20 April 6,188#, 12m 7 Cloaks and Jackcts, ^ ' JL JL R3l IIJ E have a few ladies cloaks and jackets ( T f stillon hand that we areollcrlng at less K Frpcsli frardpn SfPf} than net cost. Come and get one. xrebii u-ctrueu oeeu. ^ w. joel. smith & son. Ft'I.I, SIZK PAPERS nt 25 Cents lss7>tf Per Dozen. tt ttt __-j, _ __ nrx Brick! Brick! H. W. LAWSOW & CO. r^NK HUNDRED THOUSAND well burnt brick for sale in town. Jan. 11, 18S8S. Oct. 12,1S67. tf W. S. C'OTHltAN. - - ' ! r ? ' " ' roil mm I liiiwooD. TRADE SUPPLIED AT JOBBERS PRICES. SEND ORDERS TO J. K. DURST & CO. DOC. 14,1887, tf W. Joel Smith & Son. WE COME ONCE MORE AND OFFER TO THE PUBLIC ONE OF THE LARGEST and best selected stocks of GENERAL MERCHANDISE that Abbeville has ever presented to her citizens. If you will but step in and look over our ? loaded counters, and run through our closely packed shelves you will at once be convinced of the truth of our statement. Dry Goods Department. This comprises nn elegant line of BLACK CASHMERES from 12%c. to $1.00 per yard. 6-4 COLORED CASHMERES, 5-1 FLANNEL SUITINGS. PLAIN, BROCADE and PLAID DRESS GOODS. BLACK and COLORED PLAIN and STRIPED VELVETEENS. "PEOPLE'S WEAR," au extra heavy and wide CALICO, GINGHAMS, CRETONNES, PLAIDS, BLEACHED and BROWN HOMESPUNS. SHEETINGS, TABLE DAMASK, &c. Choice colors in DOUBLE PLUSHES for CURTAINS. HEAVY TWILLED WHITE and RED FLANNELS, SHAKER FLANNELS, PLAIN RED and WHITE FLANNELS at- all prices. BLANKETS for all, from the cheapest COLORED, to thesoft and fleecy ALL WOOL WHITES. BRUSSELS nnd INGRAIN CAKFETH. TAr&ami ana sai ruj>a kuu?. We have some specialties in this line to which we would call particular attention. Our stock of GENTS WEAR in JEANS, KERSEYS, TWEEDS and CASSIMERES can't be beat. Wo are headquarters for these, and for everything In the way of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. UNDERWEAR, COLLARS, CUFFS and CRAVATS. The Eighmie Shirt stands the equal of any for wear and without a rival as to fit. Our stock of HATS and CAPS is fully up to the reputation we so Justly bear for having Just what is wanted in this line. READY-MADE CLOTHING ! and CLOTHING made to order on short notice!! If wc can't suit you out of a well selected and extensive stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING we are not at our rows end, but keep a very large lot of samples and ran give you choice of three beautiful lines to select from. You will hereby secure a better fit, and wont see a suit Just like yours every time you turn a corner. BOOTS AND SHOES. Having given perhaps more and closer attention to this than to any one line of our business we are confident that we know Just what our customers need and desire, and we say without hesitation that we are prepared to show as large and varied a stock or BOOTS and SHOES as you can And anywhere and prices as reasonable. All we ask is a look through our stock. Besides our regular lines of LADIES BUTTON, LACE and CONGRESS; MISSES, CHILDRENS and INFANTS SHOES. MENS and BOYS BOOTS and SHOES, remember that "OUR BOY" will again dispense the best school shoes ever brought to this market, and that we are SOLE AGENTS for the celebrated JAS. MEANS S3.00 SHOES, which speak for themselves wherever they have been tried. We keep a full supply of sizes, wide and medium lasts, in LACE, CONGRESS nnd BUTTON. We carry full lines of NOTIONS, CROCKERY and GLASSWARE. HARDWARE, GUNS, and CUTLERY, whilst in our GROCERY STORE you will find all that the inner man calls for in the way of delicacies as well as tho substantiate. [Sept. 14,1887, tf mATm i mATrn t ms\Tro t IUXD! lUlOi lUlO! Don't fail to see E. A. TEMPLETON & CO'S Toys. Very Cheap. . If you want to see something beautiful go and see Assortment of French Candy in the New Show Case at E, A. TEMPLETON & CO'S. E. A. TEMPLETON & CO have filled up their store and now have complete lines of Dry Goods, Groceries, Gents Furnishing Goods, Crockery, &c. The 5c. counter at E. A. TEMPLETON & CO'S is renew ed every day. Don't fail to examine the 5c. counter. \ Notions, Notions, Notions of all kinds, at E. A. TEMPLETON & CO. W ARNIN6! Follow the doctors instructions and call at the palmetto saloon whcro you will be sure to get the prescribed article. Baker's Rye and Redmond's Sweet Mash Corn, Foreign and Domestic Brandy and Pure Wines, Dublin Porter and Pale Ale, Fresh Beer from the Brewery, The Little Brown Jug Jamaica Rum, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Good for making Hot Punch and Egg Nog. A full lino of TOBACCO and CIGARS always on hand. Ask for GOLDSMITH'S BEST TOBACCO and OUR CONGRESSMAN CIGARS. JV5- BAKER'S RYE AND REDMOND'S CORN WHISKIES A SPECIALTY. -?* THOMAS McGETTIGAN, Proprietor. m VTTApi , WHAT IS THAT? TT IS A BEVERAGE WHICH I HAVE THE EXCLUSIVEj SALE OF IN THIS TOWN, 1 in the shape of the PUREST AND BEST.fARTICLE OF CORN WHISKEY jver offered in this market. It is as clear as the crystal dropsjthat trickle from the fiscurcs in the Ulue Ridge Mountains and mad* according to a formula in use by our forefathers, tvhon men lived to be a huudred years old. I have no little sample bottles to give away nor :lo I PRETEND to sell it at cost but at a reasonable profit. Call round when in town and iample it from the barrel and If you like it (which I know you will) have your jug filled from the same barrel and thus sec that you get what you buy. I also have in stock a choice selection of the best brands of Rye Whiskey, Gin, Rum, Brandies and Wines. As cotton is bringing si Rood price now is the time to sell. So bring alone your cotton ana ilsortlio "Uttlo brown Jug," and lay In your Christmas supply of that grand ELIXIR which iiuoys up and supports the sinking spirits of humanity?which can alono be fouud at the old stand of L. H. RUSSELL. Nov. 16, 1887, 3m MORE AND MORE is THE CONSTANT EXPRESSION OF THOSE WHO PASS OUR STORE. AND SEE US daily open and unload case after case of goods. "What arc you going to do with them r" 8 asked, we reply: We are going to sell them. As long as the GREAT RUSH CONTINUES ivo will continue lo lonil up. As the season advances GOODS GET CHEAPER and we take idvantagc of every bargain offered. We received last week some startling eye openers in almost every line. Greenwood Does the Largest Business n Upper Carolina and WE do the largest business in our line In Greenwood. We aro dally ticreasiug our i.adc by simply selling GOOD GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES. ^ ?..... ,.? invited to visit lis during the month of Po JIH* I'll 11ru ]M)[nii.iuu;i U] /LIK'CMIIV vwu..v lemUer. We desire that every one shall share the great line of BARGAINS we expect to i>ut >n tlfe market. S. W. PAYNE, Greenwood, S. C. NOV. 1U,1S87, tf TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS ! l/f Y IIKAIHiUAUTKUS FUUM NOW UN WILL 11E AT AUGUSTA, OA. SEND ME )i your orders for " Tk 'Hvnnc.nrl T nmVior ShlTlpleS. Jilbii, XJ UUJ. b| illiUUO) JL/l vguvu UUlilUVA) ?J)-, ? g Laths, Lime, Cement, Hardware, &c. B. K.. BEACHAM, AUGUSTA, GA. 4