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* VOL. 1. ' ABBEVILLE, S. C, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7. 1885. NO. 15.
WILMINGTON. COl.UMIMA AND AUGUSTA
UAILUOA1).
Guilt? Sou ii No 48 no 40
J.eavo Wilmington 9 3D p in 11 10 p in
Arrive at Florence I 50 a in 2 20 a in
irriri at Columbia 6 40 a in
Going North No 43 No 47
I/eave Columbia 10 00 p in
Leave Florence 4 50 p m 1 52 a in
Arrive at Wilmington 7 40 p in 6 10 a in
Ti ain No. 4:1 Mops at all stations. Nos.48
ami 47 stop onlv at llrinklev's, Wliiteville,
Flemington, Fair HIntl*, Marion, Florence,'
Tiiumoi:?vill?', Sumter, cninileii .function ar<l
Eastovcr. Passengers for Columbia and all
points on 0 a- u a ii, c, c v a k it, Aiken Jitnc
j 1?1-? ~u~ ..... .I?i
tion aui! nil points unnnu, miimuu ium- nu.
uiglit express. Separate Pullman sleepers
for Charleston and Augusta on trains 48 ami
47. All trains run solid between Charleston
and Wilmington.
SPARTANBURG AND
ASHEVILLE RAILROAD
Ou and after Mnv 12, 1884, passenger
trains will he run daily, except Sunday, between
Spartanburg and llendersouville as
follows:
UI' TRAIN.
Lear* R. & D* Depot at Spartanburg 6 00 p in
Leave Spartanburg, A. L. depot.... 6 10 p m
Leave Saluda 8 50 p in
Leave Flat Rock 9 15 p in
A rri vo Hendcrsonvilie 0 SO i m
m DOWN MR J IN.
Leave Heidersonville 8 00 a in
Leave Flat Rock 8 15 am
Leave Saluda 9 OA am
Leavr -4ir Line Junction 11 25 a in I
Arrive K. A 1) Depot isparianimrfj u ju a m
Trains on this road ruu by Air-Line time.
Soth trains make connectiojs for Columbia
and Charleston via Spartanburg, Union and
Columbia: Atlanta and Charlotte by Air Jjine.
JAMES ANDERSON. Superintendent.
?10 XI) ENS ED TIME CARD
Magnolia Passenger Route.
In elli'ct September 14, 1S84.
goinq mouth.
Luave Ureetmood *6 30 am t4 00 pm
Arrive Augusta 11 10 him 8 50 pni
Leave Augusta 10 30 am 9 00 pm
Arrive Atlanta 4 45 pm 6 40 am
Leave Augusta 1140 am
Arrive Beaufort 5 50 pm
" 1'ort Royal 6 05 pm
v " Chalcatou 6 50 pm
" Savannah 6 42 pm
" Jacksonville 9 00 am
noiwa XOKTH.
LeaJackbourillo i 30 pm
' Savannah 6 65 am
" Charleston 6 10 am
Loavc Port Koval 7 15 mn
? Rciiufori 7 37 am
44 Augusta 1 40 put
Loere Atlanta 18 50 pm
Arriva Augusta G 10 am
IiiiaT? Augusta 4 GO pm I 40 am
Arrive (jreeuwond V 00 pn> 11 30 nni
Tickct.Hon hhIc at Greenwood to nil points
At lhiAugii rate*?haggaga checked to destitution.
Dailr. fDailT, exctMtt Sunday.
W. F. Shkli.uan, Traffic Mauager.
J. N. Bass, Superintendent.
j^TL ANTIC COAST LINK,
PASSKNGKU DEPAKMMKNT, .
P Wilminyion. JV. (?., July 10th, lSSJf.
NfiW LINK h<*tw*eu Charleston n;i<!
Columbia and Uppcir South Carolina.
OOKDICK.SK!) KGHEDM.K.
flOIKff GOIXfl
VTJCHT. EAST.
! 03 un l.r . ... Charleslou... . Ar. t) 45 pm
8 40 " ? I. ,anfS ' 05 ' I
0 48 " " ....Slimier " 6 Si "
11 60 pm Ar... .Columbia Lr. i it "
2 SI " " ... .Wmnsboro ... " I 4fi "
X 46 " " Chester " 144 '
6 Si " " Yorkville " 10? "
26 " " Lancaster " V 00 "
6 68 " " ....Rock Mill " 2 09 "
C 15 ? " ... .Charlotte " 1 00 "
1 IS pm Ar.... Newberry Lv 3 02 pni
U 09 " " . . . . Greenwood " 12 48 "
0 59 " " ... Laurens " T 40 nm
6 18 " " ... Anderson " 10 S:i "
? 06 " " . . . Greenville " 9 50 "
T #3 " " Walhalla " 8 60 "
4 45 " " .. Abbeville "11 99 "
6 58 " " .... Spartanburg . ... " 1050 "
9 SO J" HundersonTillo . " 8 00 "
fToTid' Tr? ns between Charle ton and Columbia,
B. C.
J. V. DIVINE, T. M. EMERSON.
0<?n'l Snp't. Gon'l Pas. A go lit.
/COLUMBIA A ND
V^y lliliK liill.KUAH.
Oil and after October 5, 188J, I'a:"sexuek
T k * i kh will run as hcio .rith iudicatcil upon
thin r?ad and its branches.
f>u ity, txcffit Hm tiifa v*.
So. S3. i;I' I'AKRENGERLtture
Columbia S. C. Junc'n 10 45 pm
" Columbia C. ' G. J) "11 10 p in
Arrive AUton 12 10 p in
" Newberry 1 13 p ni
Ninoty-Six i 47 p ni
Greenwood S i'.i p ui
Hodjjes 8 33 p in
Helton 4 40 p ni
jtt Greenville C 05 p m
No. 62. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leavo Greenville at 9 50 a in
Arrive Beltnu II 13 am
Hodges 12 23 p in
Greeuwood 12 4fi pin
Ninoty-Six 1 32 p.ni
Newberry S 02 p ni
* J I A ?
* 1V Jl III
' Columbia 0. & (i. D 5 15 j>m
Arrlru Columbia SC. Jtinc'n. 6 30 p m
iriiitanni'KC, rsios & Columbia bah. road.
Vl>. 53. UP PANSKNUKK.
Lra vo Alston 12 b? p in
" Union 8 65 pin
M Spartanburg, H.U.<tC.depot.5 50 p m
KO. 52. nOWN I'A HSKNti Ell.
Id -Tt Spurt'# H. A 0. flcpol .. .. 10 :!5 a nt
" Sjiart'p S. U. & V. Depot .10 50 a m
" buion 12 50 p in
Arrire at Alston S 48 p in
I. A CRKN rt RAILROAD.
Leave Ncwbefjr 3 50 p m
Arrive nt Lauruna C. U 6 50 p in
Ij*at* Laurens C. 11 T 40 a in
Arrive at Newberry 11 10 p in
AUBUVII.l.K UKANUn.
I*?ave Hodges S 45 p m
Arrive nt A bberille 4 45 pm
Leave Abbeville 11 00 a in
Arrivft nt IIaH(tmj i*> ? ?
I' I"
B.'.CK RIDHK R WI.IIOAD AND A N DEKSON Bit ASCII.
li?uT? Bell (in 4 4."> p in
Arrive Anderson i 13 p m
' Pendleton 5 p m
" Seneca a ( 40 p m
Arrive at Walhulla T 0'i p in
Leave WalhalU 8 60 a m
Arrive Seaeea 0 15am
" Pendleton 9 52 a m
" Andorsou 10 33 am
Arrive at Bolton 11 03 a in
CONS KOTWSS.
A. With South Carolina railroad to and from
Charleston; with Wilmington, Columbia and
Augusta railroad from Wilmington and all
points north thereof; with Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta railroad from Charlotte and
nil point a-north thereof. 11. With Ashurille
and Spartanburg railrnud from and for points
in Western N. Carolina. C. With Atlanta and
Charlotte dir Richmond and Danvillo railway
for Atlanta and all points aouth and west.
Standard EautrrA Timt.
li. R. TALCOTT, Superintendent.
M. Slaughter,Gen'l Passenger Agt.
D. Cakdwkll, Asa't Geo'l Pass. Agt.
Lawyers go to the Mkrskkgkr office
for Letter Hcadii and Cards.
bvV., - .
Rk< -
SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Commencing Sunday, Sept. 7th, 18S1, at
2 35 a hi, I'assenjrer Trains will run as follows
until further notice, "Kastern time:"
Coluvibia Division?Daily.
Leave Columbia MS a m 5 27 p ih
Due at Charleston 12 20 p in y 38 p ni
Leave Charleston 7 (10 a in 4 30 p m
Due at Columbia . .. II 00 p hi 9 22 a in
Cotndtn Pivirion?Daily except Sundays.
Leave Columbia 7 48 a ni 5 27 p in
Due Camden 12 55 p m 8 25 p m
Leave Camden 7 15am 4 00 p m
Due Columbia 11 00 ii m 9 22 p hi
A injusta fJivivivn?Daily.
Leuvc Columbia 5 27 p in
Due A ufjust? 7 41 am
Leave Augusta 3 50 p m
Duo Columbia 0 22 p in
Connection*
Made at Columbia with Columbia and Greenville
railroad by train arriving at 11 00 a. in.
and departing at 5 27 p. m.; at Columbia
Junction with Charlotte, Columbia and Au(jusla
railroad by same train to and from all
points on both roiuls.
At Charleston with steamers for New York
with steamer for Jacksonville and points on
St. .John's river; also, with Charleston and
Savannah Railroad to and from Savannah
and all points in Florida.
At Augusta with (Jcorjjia and Central rail
roads to and from nil points West and South;
at lllackville to and from all points on Darnwell
railroad. Through tickets can be purchased
to all points South and West by applying
to
1). McQitkkn. Agent, Columbia, S. C.
Jons" 1). I'kck, General Manager..
1). C. Allen, Gen. I'ass. and Ti et Ac't
The Georgia Pacific
RAILWAY.
i New Short Line, vin., Atlanta. (5a., and
I'irmii 1 i?-litii A In. to Pnintu iti
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana,
Arkansas, Texas ami (he West and
jVor I fur est.
Tint fn to rite route TO TI1K WORLD'S
FAIR, NEW ORLKANS, LA.
COMMENCIXCi December 1st, 1884.
Double Daily Trains, with elegant
Sleeping Cars attached, for which the
low rate of $1 for each section is
charjred?tho lowest sleeping car rates in
the United States. Berths sccured ten
days in advance.
SI*] 10 that jour Tickets
j&tg-Road FROM
ATLANTA, VIA T"E
GEORGIA PACIFIC UA.LWAY and
BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
For further information write to or
call on
I<. S. BROWN, Gen. Pass. Agent, j
]>ii:u in'iuam, Ala.
A. S. TIIWF.ATT, Trav. Pass. Agt.,
Atlanta. Ga.
I. Y. SAGK, Gon. Superintendent,
Hiuminoiiam. Ai.a.
rMCHMONi) AM) OAXVILLK
t- RAILROAD, j
J'astemjcr / '?yartnunt.? On and after Aug.
:td, 1SF-4, passuttp-r train s^rvicc on the A.
and C. Division will bo as follows:
yorthward. No. 51* No. 5:lt
I,pare Atlanta 4 4ft p m 8 40 h in
arrive Gainesville 6 57 p m 10 35 a in
Lnla ? T 25 p in 11 01 a in
Rabun Gup junc b S 12 p in 11 SO a ni
Toccoa c 8 54 p m 12 04 p in
Hcneca City d.... 9 50 p m 1 00 p in
Central ,10 32 p m 1 52 p m
Liberty 10 53 p m 2 1:1 p m
Easier 11 10 p m 2 27 p m
VXI CCII v JIIC f 11 ti p m 2 41 p D)
Spartanbnr^y ... 1 01 h m 3 56 p in
Gastouia >j S 20 a m 5 54 p ru
charlotte h 4 10am 6 40 p m
Southward. No. 50* No. 52f
Leave charlotte 1 45 a m 1 00 p m
arrive! last onin 2 SO a m ^ 45 p ra
SpaiTknburg 4 28 a in 3 45 p ni
(Jroenvillo 5 43 a m 4 55 p m
Easier 6 17 a ni f> *6 p in
Liberty C 34 a ui 5 ii p in ,
Central 6 55 a in 6 (It p m
Reneca city 7 23 a in T 30 p in
Toccoa 8 40 a m T 35 p nt
ltabun (iap juno. . . 9 34 a m 8 30 p in
Lu'.a .. 10 09 u m . 8 59 p in
Gaineftvilla 10 3(5 a ni 9 25 p ni
Ailuula 1 90 p m 11 30 a in
^'Express. fMail.
Freight trains an thin road all carry paseeneera;
passenger trains run through tu Danrills
ami connect with Virginia Midland railwar
to all pastern citifa, and at Atlanta with
all liues direrjri'.tjf. No. 50 leaves Kicl'.mond
at 1 p in and No. 51 arrived there at 4 p in; 52
leaves Richmond at 2 2A a in, 53 arrives there
at 7 4 I a in '
tiuffc-t tSlec/iiaff Cars trillnmt
r/minjc: On trains Xos. GO ami 51, New
York ?ml Atlanta, via Washii.gton nnd
Danvillo, Circtnsboro and Axhcviilc; on
trainK Nr?s. 52 and 53. Uir.ltiu?n>d nnd
Danville, Washington, Augusta and New
Orleans. .Through tickets on sale at
Charlotte, Greenville, Seneca, Spartanburg
and Gainesville to all points south,
southwest, north and east. A connects
with N. IS. railroad to and from Athens;
I) with N. E. to and from Tallula.i Falls;
c with Kl. Air Line to and fioiu Klbertoti
and llowersville; d with lilue Itid^e to
and from Wulhnlla; r. with C. and (J. to
and from Greenwood, Newberry, Alston
and Columbia;,/' with A. *Sc S. and S..
U. it C. to and (nun Hendersonsiile,
Alston, ?tc.; g with Chester and I<<?noir
to and from Chester, Yorkville and 1 Dallas;
/'t with N. C. division and C.. C. iV
A. to and from Greensboro, ltaleigh, vVc
Knui'ni) Hki:ki.i:y? Snpt.
if . S/mrt/h/er. (Sen. Pass. Airt.
A. Ij KivPH. 2<1 V. 1'. and U?a. Man.
OIRPETS.
CARPKTS and Houkc Furnishing
Goods, the Largest Stock South of Bultiiuor<\
Moqui't, Brussels. 3-1*1 y and Ingrnin
Carpet*. Hu^s, Mat* and Crumb
Cloths. Window Shades, Wall Papers,
Borders, I..ac?j Curtains, Cornier* and
PoleR, Coco* and Canton Matting?, UpholKtory,
KuprHvin^s. Cromos, Picture
Frames. Writo for sarwplus and prices.
RAITilK * COSKKHY.
Augusta, Ga.
ALL the new shiipt-M in IlsitH and Honneta,
with Itibbnns, Hinls, Flower a, Patina
and Velveta to match.
11. M. HADDON & CO.
Examine our Stock before buying
your wedding and Christum* presents
elsewhere. Speed & Lowry.
Milk Punchea at Bailey's.
I I h ??1
-A.Q? GOO
Carriage
("IAN 15I-: FOUND THE LARGEST STO'
J Road Oarls, Plantation Wupins (all si;
Saddles, llcltinjr, Leather of all kinds, Whl'o
will OFFER SPECIAL BARGAINS IN A 1
tlimi Manuiuctiircrs' l'rices. Those Rup^ic
which 1 will jitiarantce equal to the bust. C
that (lioy are absolute bargains.
a. r
( Sucrcssor to R. IF. May A Co.,) i
SALESROOMS, I A I TP TTQ^P
"04 Broad Street, | A U ll U Q ? A,
Oct 8-Cm.
T
/M
mm *11
Establis
Bay &
733 and 735 BROAD STRE
Manufacturers and D<
Carriages, Kockaways and Buggies. Plan
ufncturers* Agents for the Saleo
Tlie G KN IIINK and only ltoad Cart div
l'rico $45 n
WILSON, CHILDS & CO S
Pnnkin;r. Also?iai\ and Hemlock Soli
lvill Skins. A full Stock of Shoe Lasts,
YOITR OltDHRS, Oil CALL AN1) SEE
TOM 1UCES.
Head! Denm
FIVE MONTHS FOR
THE NiTIOMLI!
w-A-SZEannsrc
A lsrfrc 28 column DAILY L
Washington Events, Local, General, Poi
to any address from now until Nov. 30t
We wish to place the Nationai. i
sncmher of our party, and to accomplisl
|)i io? to mere cost of blank paper.
1 SUBSCRIPTION FREE TO ANY IM
GORRESF
W A X TKO?COHUKSI '0 X DK X T?V
tion to whom a fair price will be paid,
incloso $2.00 for subscription, in order
will bo credited as soon as identity is es
Address A. GORDO]
Publisher of DAI
Editorial Rooms 2 Congress S
EMORY'S 1
Are the HKST EVE
_ _ Headache. One jrooc
1'ills, followed by one j
man machinery rim as i
f Tr and put new life in a br<
loss, IMoasant, (itf'til
l?v all Druirsrists mid Mi'
mjftamjvv kta\i>a ici> cukk
tSx^K/VNwl^ Kinory'H Idttlu C.i
\J\J to be the best I'ill ever
Mr W. II. Oohkk. Iliirmoi
F are the most popular ol
J"'TT.L.Ho Baker, l.ncust tJ rove, (
^.ens, Texas.??'
AfAY APPLE. ' ?Thev are unexcelled
A/T AT A 1) T A I" n" ?'8 forms positii
1vlaj jaia 1 a I'iliK, a never-failing
poison of any kind. Endorsed by physician:
25 Con ts n Box.
And will completely change the blood
person who will take 1 Fill each night I
health. If such a thing be possible. For 1
Fhyalciana me thom for the cure of LIVi
or sent by mall for 25c. In stamp*. Circi
dipi i iier
jomnson'3 anodyne linime
b?i?, lucklna otiifTi, WhuopiiiK < mien, Cbroulc l>Ii
Mhm o* Spine. Bold vvcrywlmre. Circulars i
ii .? a weii-nnown inn mm rmi or ir>4 en ng
florae and Cattle i'owdrr told In 1I1U Min< Ejx [3
try U worthlen; that Sherldnn s Oondfiioa Ew fcj3
Powder It abaolutelyriure and rtry valuable- Bs5H I
Nothing on Earth will make h?m BBI 1
lay likeSheridan's Condition Pow- I
HT. I)o?8, one teaipoonful to aach plat of " "
Ki I* ?rUl alee poaMraly prevent and on re 1
CHIOKEN CHOLERA. 1
DYEAR'S
3 Repository.
L'K OK CARRIAGES, RUGGIES, J'lI.ETONS,
tea, 1 to 0 horse,) Singlo and Double Harness,
n Material, Ac., Ac. For tlic next thirty divs 1
.OT OF OPEN AND TOP HUOOIKS nt less
is are all Fine Northern and Eastern makes,
all and examine tlieni and convince yourselves
I- GOODYEAR, Agent:
DIM'. GKORGIy RAILROAD RANK.
GEORGIA. | FACTT?&7S?reet.
HE
iitti nf Iho Cnntli
Kill U1 1110 OUUlll,
hed (818.
TannaMlL
ET - - - - AUGUSTA, OA.
3alers In All Kinds Of
tation and Road Wagons, Carts, ?fce. Manf
the Frazior's l'atent Iload Carts.
estcd of all Sulky Motion. Ten Patents,
nd upward*.
. PHILADELPHIA W \GON.
WE have added to our stock a fine line
of CHEAPTRADK HUGGIES and
ROCKAWAYS made to our own order,
with special regard to the Quality of th?
Wheels, Axles and Springs, which we sell
'inver titan any house this side of Cincinnati.
NO CHEAP AUCTION WORK
SOLD. Also a full stock of Saddlerv and
II arn ess, liridleg. Collars, Whips, Ilujrgy
Umbrellas. Trunks, Coach Material of J
Every Description, Cloths, Paints, Coach
Varnishes. Also Leather and Gum Pelting.
Packing, Rivets and Lacing llooks
and Punches. Italian Ilemp and Sonpstone
. I ,.~.i i.-- I. ?i * =? ? " *
; i.c.nii' i. i ii-iitn miii nmiMii'iin i_iiii ami
. Latest Styles .Inst ltncuivwl. SKXD IX
iTS. Our Prices will at all times he HOT>crats
Head!
ONLY TWO DOLLAliS.
Hll.V DEMOCRAT,
J-T03ST, ID. G.
>KMOOUATIC newspaper containing all
pei'.;n ami Political News. Will ho mailed
h for 0X1 A' TWO DOLLARS..*
|)fiioc?AV in thu hands of every good
i that end have reduced the subscription
: 11 SOX SKNDINU US 3 Sl'USCUIUKllS.
'OITDBITTS.
in desire a good correspondent in th\? scoI'ersons
applying for said position inust
to olitain credentials. Amount however
lablished.
* LEWIS,
LY NATIONAL DEMOCRAT,
It. WASHINGTON, D. C.
). M A I?K WALTER'S
\(tm Marble anil Grioifta Works,
!T.f NEAR LOWER MARKET, Augusta, On.
WOltK, Domestic and Imported. All
astern and ScoStsh Oranito, at [,ow Prices.
. AND SOUTH CAROLINA MONU1ai?k
a SrKcrAi.TY. A large selection of
mid (MtANlTIi WOKK always ou hand,
ui. i i r/iu.Mi ami 1/J',Lil v r,K 1 .
LITTLE CATHARTIC PILLS
K MA1)K for ('oHiivonexH, indigestion,
i du.se of three or four Eitviry's Little Calhtutic
till every niuht for a week or two, makes the huretfiilnr
us clock work: tlmv purify the blood
iketi-Jowii body. I'urnly Vegetable, Hurmllil>le,
Hie vnunKostjcliild mnv take them. Sold
diciuc Dealers at 15 OtH. n. liox, or bv mail.
CO., Proprietor*, 107 l*earl St.," N. Y.
ithiirfic arc more than is claimed; thev prove
used Here. Worth twice the money asked?W.
iv Urove, (in. Kmory't* IjittleCathartic
'all the rial thirties?Wm. Bisiior, Mills Hirer
ler used one box with wonderful results?X. \V,
)liio. 1 recommend thoni.?John* Cut.link. M.
l'hev nre excellent.?U JiKKHONj Jackson, Mis*.
1.?Mks. Blizahkth Keyhkr, Moberlv, Mo.
rely cured with Rmory'o Standard Cure
remedy: ther contain no Quinine, Mercury, in
s and sold bv drnppihN everywhere, or bv mail
STANDARD CUKE CO., New fork.
SPILLS
la the entire system In threo months. Any
from 1 to 19 weeks, may bo restored to sovnd
emale Complaint* these Pills hare ne equal*
Eft and KIDNEY diseases. Sold everywhere,
liars free. I. 8. JOHNSOX * CO., Boston, Him.
IfjTS Cronp, Aftthma, Bronchitis, Henral*
Raj el a, llheuinatism. JUHNSOM'S AMOHVNE
UN1MKNT <Jor Journal *nd SsUmal
BH Vie) will tnstantaneonaly relieve these terrible
RJ diaruici, and will positively care nine cases
out of ten. InronnaUon_that will save many
BriH nvos 80111 Iree l>y m*u- lwn t aeujr a momont|g
SI Prevention U better than cure
:nt CUBES lnnoent*, Bleedlnpr at the Langi. TToirt?irrtioe*,
Drientcrv. Cholera Morbus, Kidney Trouble*, acd
free. I. 8. JOHNSON * CO., Boston, Mmi.
|E||U|
! PALMETTO
o
' 0^?Sa.<o>S5. 3^?:<S3
PRO 1*111 KTOII of tho largest SAI.OON in (1
tumors by false advertisements. The lm
papers. He is well prepared for fall trade. Tit
thinj; in tho lino of
[Foreign and Domcstl
tho best the market affords. He has gc
Rye and Corn, Irish i
Apple* reach, California and. Frcn
r i
He can cheerfully recommend his goods tc t
drinks with all the DELICIOUS BEVERAGES
DRINKS. His specialty is a large stock of I'
Gentlemen's Resort, No
and joti will not forget again
A Good Line of Tc
The Centen
One of tlie best arranged Iiousob 5n the up-coun
the choiceat and nios
FAMILY WINES
Domestic and Im
A.lo? and Porter, Cbnnipa?ne, etc., together with
t Li lit cannot be excelled in quality. We cordial
give us a trial, hoping to guarantee satisfactioi
0'floiiiinll k Cm
V JL/ UJLUAUXX VI yj 111
Good Billiard a
n connection with Bar, and will bo conducted pi
A. O Y C
H?E.SS S?
Tke Furniture I
AND WE KF;F
1|Y OUR LOW TRICKS. Our stock i
* ture Business in the South, and defi
keep everything in our line, besides al
Revolving Rook Cases, Red Lounges, Vi
Patent Baby Cribs, Insect Castors, Furn
Mark's Adjustable Folding Chairs, Invali
Tillows, 4-0. G ice ttx <t calf, or write ft
840 BROAD ST It lit
F. A. B 1
ESTABLIS:
Walshes, Bim
Sterling Silver & T
CLOCKS, BRONZES AN
70S
DON'T FOltCSKT, we liaro a modem
swift running power press. now
typo, ruled and blank paper, envelopes
and cards?so bring in your printing.
JgUGEXK B.GARY,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
A1.I...MU CJ n
ilUUCI I1IC) w.
SAVyj|S_LIFE.
A Fhyoioian'r. Testimony.
I was culVil to wi: J!f. .UJ'ti i'carJon, vlw
coiificeit in l>H !?'il \vsU> aj red to
'.j -it ?'f t!ic >vorst lorm. .A-i ail of
;ii* ftuuily li;ul ?!; ..*; with I hut <1;-<*acl di.-<ea??
M* Jiiilf htouierj, 1)1 > death wti* rcfranl
cil us cci'taiil aud After c.\L;<ti>ti]:i; all
tl;c rctrnxtk-s, T riM.il.v. an u last r?-?ort, bent f< r
boltlo of l'.ivwcr's Lima ltastorer, aii<l it
;?Cled liko iridic. lit: continued tLo uro of it
for Bomo time, ?:id has hern fully restored to
1 health, bo fur as I could discover. be had conMUtnntion,
and Urowor's Luna Kenlorvr saved
! hi* life. J. O. HOLLOW AY, >1.1).
t Barr.obvlllo, Ga.
j Another Ro3cuo from*Doath.
in lKii, winie sewing on a muciiino, my wire
as taken with a severe pain in her ?ido, which
u.? coon followed bv hc.morrliaros from her
.nirs, RBvero cough, fever, and sho could ncl1
i f eat nor sleep, and in a few weeks sho wns
f I need to a living skeleton. Her stomach re,
=?ed to retain any food, and the physician
<-t;;rht one of he;- luugi win entirely gone.
' a tinal consultation of two physicians, her
' i was pronounced hopeless. I tried Brewer's
J.wtoVer, by ndvico <>f one of the physl t-t,
and sho betrun to improve after tho third
-C. Sho continued the medicine, and Is now
' vccllent health, and Is better than sho has
-ii In several Tear*. I believe Brewer's Lnng
- 'iorcr saved r.ur life.
HKN.I. V. KFATtXPON,
Yates vilie, *!a.
Frcm ffac.sr..
In A'inwt. 1{?1, It wns discovers! that try
son's wiio was in M.?>. last *'a:-e* ct consumption.
M.e \rna coujHii; Iv.-^.N.ulljr, urn! ?t
tinier \v> nid (' :. .fi'<i >i>iui..i'i?s ? < * ?* from
her lunts, n:. : .? ! ?!? t> i r i.!.. n anything on
iter ttouu-.eti. ,.n i v*r. t].,.. .',!( it i.ii'v n"ijtie?<tii*in
of tt?:o when Itfw wonlil ?>? con eih-d to k'iw
j way to the l<*!l dcvlroyvr. After all other
I romedli i had failed, wo ??<>t Threwtr'n l.ung J'eatraer,
and tny-aa't in very nni?!! ti.. . ?, a* - ho
! wr/ very weak. s;.o toori l>e;;aii to iriprovi.*;
j eo.if 'he i-iOT* >lv, mid w.ts re*lo'-cd to Ufa
j an?t health; ;n.d is to-?iay hotter than rlie has
u.ii i ji?r iomohiuiui us
iv? .riv r : i. .*. for which stio la linJeht<d to
lit i... i l.cstorcr. K. W. OONNTiB.
Vai.on, Ga.
T>'*iiwi-r'?* 1 iii-: Vcrtonjr Is n vvrrly voyotable
ri. ;.. '(.lifalnn nou;?lom. m?>n>tilne,
vi siibsiAiici*. hoi ill for
olrcUm % i i..i : ?.f wonderful cure*.
LAMA"!. :'AiiK!N, & LAMAR,
KACON, GA.
" SALOON!
ic tip-country, clon't intend to dupe his cuslf
is not mentioned in the three Abbeville
e Palmetto Hou.se is well stocked with everyc
Wines and Liquors,
)t Liquors nine years old. Good old
Hid Scotch Whiskies,
ch lira it flies.
trter, Ale and Fresh Lager llcer
he public for MEDICINAL USE. and mixed
* of the season. Also COOL, TEMPERATE
ORE GOODS. Call nt the
m ?tv ? - -
. 4 was mug ton street,
THOMAS McGKTTIGAN.
ibacco and Cigars.
3ts, Facts!
nial Saloon,
trr, proposes to keep iu stock for fail trade
t popular grades of
AND LIQUORS,
ported Brandies,
i a fine stock of CIGAItS and TOBACCOS,
ly invito people who uppreciato good goods to
1 in any goods wo sell.
miiifrliQTTi DiWp
imiipaiii, 11 pi o,
Between Russell's and Douglas*.
nd Pool Room
operly at whatever co?t. 1-tf
LONE
lusiness Augusta,
P IT MOVING
is simply immense. We lead the FurniY
competition from every quarter. We
1 the novelties, such as Folding Beds,
onna Hi>nlu'nnd Ptmifc Hnt>?
iturc Polish, Patent Desks of all kii ds,
id Chairs, feathers, Mattresses, Springs,
ir cataloyue and price lint.
UE33K
IT AUGUSTA, GA.
UHE,
HED 1842.
.oiiis, Jewelry,
riple Plated Ware,
D FINE FANCY GOODS
5 Broad Street. Auemsta. G-a.
A Marvelous Story
TOLD IN TWO LETTERS.
FROM THE SON
" Gentlemen: My father resides at Glorer,
Vt. Ho haa been a great sufferer from Scrofula,
and the inclosed letter will tell yon what
a marvelous effect
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
haa had In hto euo. I think his blood mui
hare contained the humor for at least ten
yean; but it did not show, except In the form
of a scrofulous sore on tho wrist, until about
fire ve&rfl uro. From a few inotl whlah in.
peared at that time, it gradually spread to aa
to oover his entire body. I assure you be ma
terribly afflicted, and an object of pity, when
be began using your medicine. Now, there are
few men of bla age who enjoy as good health
as he baa. I oould easily name fifty persona
who would testify to the facta in hla ease.
Yours truly, W. M. tHUXm."
FROM THE FATHER:
duty for me to state to yoa tho benefit I
hare derived from the rue of ^ x
Ayer s Sarsaparim
Btx months ago I waa oompletely covered with
terrible humor and scrofulous sores. The
humor caused an Incessant and Intolerable
itching, and the skin craoked so as to causo
the blood to flow in many places whenever
I morod. Mjr sufferings were grout, and my
life a burden. I commenced the use of tho
Sarsafariixa in April last, and have used
It regularly slnee that time. My oondltioo
began to Improve at once. The sores have
all healed, and 1 fcol porfootly welt in every
respect ? being now al>to to do a good day'a
work, although T3 yoars of age. Many inquire
what has wrought such a euro in my case, and
I tell thorn, as I have here tried to tell yon,
Atib'b 8ARSAPAR1LLA. OloTor, Vt, Oct.
II, 1883. Yours gratefully,
II IRA* PKXIXXM."
im'e Barsapakitxa curea Scrofula
and all Scrofulous Oeaaplalnta, Krysipalaa,
Kcsema, Ringworm. Blotchea,
So roc, Bolls, Tumors, and Kruptlona of
the Skin. It clears the blood of all Impurities,
aids digastloo, stimulates the action of
the bowels, and thus reetorsa vitality and
strengthens the whole system.
> ' ' prbparkd by
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mitt.
old by all DrufgViUi tl, tlx bottlM Co* 9A>
Cobblers and Toddica at Bmilojr'a.
FURNITURE.
PARI,OK Suits in Plush nnd Mohair,
Waltiul Chamber Suits, latest styles,
Handsome Painted Suits, low priccs, Fine
Walnut Side Boards and Chiffoniers, Kino
Walnut Wardrobes and Hall Stands, Kino
Cherry and Oak Suits, Walnut, Oak and Canu
Seat Chairs, Library Chairs, Bed Room
('hairs, Dining and other Chairs in Leather,
Perforated Chair Seat and Back, also Perforated
Seats for re-seating old chairs, 40 Bureaus
at prices from $3 to $20 with good
Glasses, Looking Glasses and Looking Glass
Plates to re-fill old frames, all best quality.
Safes, Tables and Mattresses of arary decription
and Priccs, SOLD AT BOTTOM
KIGURF.fi.
OUR GOODS ARE BOUGHT DIRECTLY
KROM MANUFACTURERS and our
prices arc as low as city prioes and all goods
som juri as uiey are, upon their merits.
We can make your houses mora comfortable,
more enjoyable nnd lovely if you will
call on us for what you all need.
Respectfully,
J. D. CHALMERS & CO.
i-tf.
G. H. U.
Piaos 1 Organs
THE BE8T IN THE WORLD.
Tho great Artists of tho world acknowledge
tho Superiority of the Piaoos
and Organs sold by
C. O. ROBINSON & CO.
They are selected from Ten of the be?t
makers, and are so much superior to
others at prices so much less
that purchasers savo from
SlO TO $100
By visiting or writing to
Q. O. ROBINSON 61 CO.
E. I. O. M. L. P. Q. S
O. O. ROBINSON ft CO. pay oil
freights and save r>ioney to every purch
nser.
PHKKT MUSI J, the latest publications,
music books of every description;
the b??st Italian songs.
The latest and most popular Sunday
school book,
" Love and Praise."
Lowest prices at
OEO. O. ROBINSON k CO.'8,
831 Rroad *t., Augusta, Oa.m
PAVILION HOTEL,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
First Class in all its Appointments
RATES, $2.00, $2.50.
Excellent Cuisine, large airy room
Otis Passenger Elevator. Electric B?
and Lights. Heated Rotunda. He
Centrally Located.
L. vr. 1'HIiRIN. T. P. COTBEAW.
pEUIlIN h COTnRAN,
Attorneys at Law,
Abbeville 8. C.
W. C. BENKT, JAS. II. HICK, L. W. SMITH,
Abbeville. Ninety-Six, Abbeville,
J)ENET, RICK A SMITH,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in nil tho Courts of the
State, ami give prompt attention to rail
legal business entrusted to them.
jgXCIIANGE HOTEL,
Gubknville, 8. C.
THE 05LT TWO-CLASS HOTEL DT
THE WORLD.
W. R. White, Prophietob.
J3 ( '. WILLIAMS,
wi nubu.i i/&n J inf)
Greenwood, 8.C.,
French Candies, Fresh!
f j KM OX CRACK KKS. FRESH !
SODA CRACKKRS. FRESH!
GIN'CKR SNAPS, FRESH !
ASSORTED Jl'MBLES, FRESH!
Just Received.
1-tf QUAKLES A THOMAS.
QREEXWOOD HOTEL,
Thus. F. Rii.ky. Propriotor,
Gre?nwood, R. C.
Dinner house of the A. & K., road.
I'asKengerx on the down train of the C.
Jb O., road, going Knvt, have nmjde time
to si'curc a good dinner before the departure
of the train for Augusta.
Transient board $2 per day. A libwri!
discount from above ratea to |)Arti<m
wanting board by tho weok or month.
C^-[jivery. K??d and Sale StabUn
connected with this hotel.
FOUTZ'S
NORSK AMD OATTLK POWDERS
aaLJBBpb
*o Hom will 41* of Colio, Sots or Lima Fst1x
If Fonts'! Pavilm u? ? >< t" .
Fonts* Powderewlllcore endpreventlloaCBoLBfts.
Foots* Powder* will prevent flint I* Fowl*.
Foutsi Powder* will lucreeae the quantity of milk
od eresm twenty per eeoU. wad meke the butter flnu
end tweet.
Fonts'* Powder* win cnre or prevent elimwt kt*bt
Diesse* to which Horse* u? Cettle ere MUject.
Tours'* Powdrii wxu sirm a*T??*ovia>.
MA TWTWher*.
DAVID X. TOUT*. Proprietor.
JUI.T:SCZS,tt&.

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