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McDuffie weekly journal. (Thomson, McDuffie County, Ga.) 1871-1909, June 12, 1872, Image 4

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S«hf : " People Will Talk. Wen»y get through Um world, but 1 will be very (low, If we lMee to all we go; Well be worried end fretted, end kept in e "tew, For eieiH? * tongnea will have something to do, For people will talk. If quiet end modeet, well have it presumed That oar humble position is only assumed, We ere sheep in e wolf’s clothing, or we ere e fool. But don't get excited, keep perfectly 0001, For people will talk. If generous and noble, they’ll vent oat their spleen, Well hear some loud hints that we’re selfish and mean; * If upright and hontnt, and fair as the day, They’ll call ns a rogue in a sly sneaking way, For people will talk. And then if we show the least boldness of heart Or a alight inclination to take our own part, They will call ua an upstart, conceited and vain, But keep straight ahead, don’t stop to explain, For people will talk, If threadbare our dress, or old faahioned our hat, Someone will surely take notice of that, And hint rather atrong that we can’t pay onr way, But dont get excited, whatever they say, For people trill talk. If we dresa In the fashions, wo cannot escape, For they criticise then in a different shape, We’re ahead of onr means, or our taylor’s unpaid; But mind our own buainoss, there’s naught to be made, For people will talk. Now, the best way is to do aa we please, For our minds, if we have any, will then Ire at ease, Os oourse, we will meet with all sorts of abuse, But don’t think to stop them, for it aint no use, For people will talk. View of Tooth-Pullhi|f. Och! doctor, me darlint, jus come here a moment; I’ve got a bad tooth, and the divil is in it; It kspes sich a hoppin’ and jnrappin’ about, I think, on me sow], I must have the thing out. Och 1 now do bo csrefull; ’tin uncommonly tinder, Ochl Mother of Moses!! Oh! 1 1 Muther 1111 Is it out 1 Faith, I thought you, for ssrtin, The top ov me head from me body was partin’ ? The nusation, I say, was uncommonly queer, As though a big engine wont out of each ear, And met each the other with a terrible crash, Which Bint all their flxin’a to general smaah. And now for the torture I suppose I must pay, How muoh is it, sir? A half dollar, did you say? It’s too much for a half minute’s work, You ought to pay me, ’twos earned with a jerk. The blacksmith will pull thirty minutos, and ho is willin’ To pull thirty more, and he’ll obarge but a shillin’. The ldu«t Hoene at Appomat to*—Hpeocli of" u. Federal Oflloor. There was a re-union of the Society of tho Army of the Potomac, held in Ciocinatti, on the 7th inst. At this cel ebration the oration was delivered by General Stewart L. Woolford, of New York, and from this oration we make the following extracts: The morning crept slowly on—first into gray dawn, then into rosy flush. Still ou/ still on ! The mists crept up ward and into line you wheeled, and on your muskets lay down, each man in his place, to get scant rest, which even in the exhaustion of those thirty-six hours of terrible marching, you neither sought nor heeded. You were squarely across Lee’* front, and had closed forever his last Hue of retreat. The enemy reaching your cavalry ad vance, saw the serried line of Union troopers. Gordon gathered and massed his mm for their last charge. Tattered and hungry, worn by ceaseless march ing and fighting, with no hope of victo ry, with little possibility of escape, they closed their lines with a fidelity of discipline and a soldierly resolution to which words can do little justice —but which each soldier’s heart must recog nize and honor. As the old guard closed around their Emperor at Waterloo, so these men clo sed round the flag of their lost cause. My heart abhors their treason, but it warms beyond restraint to their man hood so grandly brave, even in disloy ality. Slowly they advance to the last attack. No battle yell, no crack of the skirmisher’s rifle broke the strange sfjll ness of that Sabbath morn. Steadily, si lently they came, when Sheridan drew back his horsemen, as parts some mighty curtain, and there stood the close formed battallions of your infantry, the cannon in the openings, quietly await- of Gordon’s men. enemy halted. luu;k to meet This hour is no time for politics. Mine not the lips, I trust, to introduce them here. But when I think of that heroic past, which your faces and pres ence so vividly recall, and then now trading trickster politicians, forgetful of what baptism of blood sealed the new birth ot the natioD seek to array races in needless hostility, to excite the ignorance of the one and the brutal prejudices of the other, I would like to summon a guard, half from the reb el army of Northern Virginia and half from the loyal army of the Potomac, take such malcontents out, give them drum-head courtmartial, immediate ex ecution soldierly burial under the ap ple tree at Appotamox. ■■■■ - ■- vVmontf the Stars. In a little while there will be no mystery left anywhere in the visible i creation. The telescope is unveiling the skies, the microscope is counting the atoms, and the spectroscope is {re vealing the composition of worlds and sung. Science is driving imagination out of her old realms, and the muse has taken flight before the storm of fact which is pelting this generation. Men are troubled about the destruction of old systems to which their fathers pin ned their faith, and childreu are mourn ing over the wrecks of pleasant tradi tions which lie strewn in their particu lar domain of fairy-land. It haß been stated by some poet philosopher that the line of beauty is a curve, and that the most essential element of beauty is mystery. The world is now making a straight line for facts, and the beauty of mystery is gradually fading before its eyes. It is like a child tearing to pie ces a plaything in eagerness to compre hend it. Rlr. R. Proctor has been after the stars again since we published his fa mous book, ‘Other Worlds than Ours,’ and has more fully developed his theory that the superior planets in our system have a partially solar character. Ho has paid Jupiter a flying visit and dis covered a hurricane going on there among the cloud belts, drivihg at the rate of 150 miles per hour for six weeks, over an extent of Jovian territory equal to the whole space of our earth. Noth ing terrestial that we know of could stand such a strain us this a minute. It would in an instant, whirl the world into a heap of rubbish, and then blow tho rubbish away like chaff* In exam ining into the causes of such an atmos pheric convulsion, Mr. Proctor con cludes that one of tho conditions must be the great heat of the body of the plan et itself. This he ascertains to be equal to the temperature of red hot iron, too warm for any life of which we-can have the least conception. The astronomer then concludes that Jupiter was not made to live in, and that the province of the planet is to give light and heat to his satellites, uni maAe them comforta ble dwelling places. Jupiter therefore shines partiully by his own light, as well as that of the sun, and performs a sort of double duty in the solar system in nourishing and Aeepng his satellites in good order for life they bear. Mr. Proctor is of the opiuionthat the superiorplanetsare most lively 7«(wt|su ns, sources of heat and light for the satel lites which circle them. The inference is that if life exists at present, at least in the Jovian and Saturnian systems at all, it must be on the satellites, not on the planets themselves, which are proba bly us uninhabitable to beings liAre our selves as the sun. Accepting thia theory, and following it to its inevitable conclusions, it ap pears that it is the smaller worlds for which the great globes are made ; and that tho smaller the world the brighter and fairer the life it contains. It may be supposed that as the seasons are shorter and changes quicxer, therefore life must be intenser and more rapid, though in many respects smaller in scale than of ot our own little planet. Certainly the big places of the universe seem absolute ly unfitted for any life sharing the small est analogies to our own, they are there fore supposed to be subsidiary to the life of the smaller spheres, aud the great globes he sun downwards are rath er subservient to the small ones, than the small to the great. Uemoerats, llooil tlxe Words ot Wisdom. The Mobile Register says • We have steadily endeavored to impress upon the Democracy—not only of the South, but of the whole country-rthe vital neces sity of absolute unity of action. The homely old fable ot the old man and the faggots never had application more .apposite than at *f>i« very crisis. Republican wings stands '’ r ot tlie long despised l t:;: - '.A P§gg|y?;‘/._ fijltaLA' ' ■■■■-!’’ <>! 1jj,,,, Hk Bl Hrleoiding voioe H ia partial wm ' ■racy's —her voice Ijl t . ... ■ ■ perfect unity is maintained in its natu ralness and in its integrity. But gaining this rare power as the Democracy has gained it, by steadfast and earnest hold upon the rock of truth, through the blackest political midnight, and the lashings of unequalled storm ; she may yet lose all, and more than all, by losing for one instant the clutch of her nervous hand. Never before has so grave and solemn a duty rested upon the shoulders of the Democracy ; never before were the eyes of the world so turned towards this party. And as it shall choose in this supreme moment, wisely or ill,so shall its whole future be as everything or as nothing. Therefore do we urge each and every Democrat—great and small, strong and weak, to counsel together, speak togeth er, and then act together, with perfect faith and perfect unity. ar. m. harp, Wholesale ami retail dealer in ©ggir Kutasssss ©ok* LAMPS AND JLAMP FiXfuRES, Manufacturer and dealer in all kind* or TIN AN] SHEET IRON WARE i GUTTERING, ROOFING, i4nd all kinds of Jobbing done promptly and neatly. 6m6 15S£ Broad St., Augusta, Ga. Established in I**3. T. H. MANLEY, —WITH— &m, Mow&sow <k Sow* nurserymen, 4 HAVE FOB BALH A LARGE ASBORMKH^F ORNAMENTAL TREES, EVERGREENS, & ROSES," (Iraiic Vines and .Small Fruit*, DIVARF AND STANDARD FRUIT TRUES, Rochester, N. T. r;nf \ AGENTS WANTED for onr splendid f pyfyj life-size charts of GEN. LEE, “STONE WALL JACKSON, and 20 other Historical and Religious Charts! Our MAPS, CHARTS, etc., have a universal sole. No risk ! Large profits I— HAABIS A LUBRECHT, Empire Map and Chart Establishment, 107 Liberty street, New York. FURNITURE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, —AT— PLATT BROTHERS, (Formerly C. A. Platt & C 0.,) 214 broad Street , Aagusta, Ga. 1,000 Maple & Walnut Bedsteads, $5 to $10! We particularly call the attention of purchaser* to our Solid Walnut Chamber SuiU for Beauty, Durability and Cheapness. Our Manufacturing Department U util/in opera tion, Special order* will be promptly atimi<ir|i to. Repair* done in all it* brauche*. Upholstering Department. Iluir Clo'h. Enameled Cloth, Reps, Terry an,) Springs,and all artioles suitable for maMUfact'lbeni, we offer at Low Prices. jau3l mC SPUING & SUfim GOODS, AT Mougomt & Scott's* DRESS O OO r> H Embracing all the novelties of the Searon. A beautiful line of White Goods, plain and Stripes. Piqilea, Striped and Figured. Full line of Hosiery, Corsetta, Trimrairgs and Notions. Edging and Inserting, a beautiful assortment, Clothing, of nil grades. New Spring Hata, lor Men and Boya. Boots and Shoes, in great varieties. Which Will Be Sold Low Tho Public aro Requested to call and examine. No Trouble to show' GJ-oocls. apr24mS BUY ! BUY l Spring & Summer Dry Goods. J. B. NEAL & SON, Have just received a large and well selected atock ot Spring & Summer Goods, consisting of Ladies’ Dress Goods, Gent’s Furnishing Goods, Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Hoots, & Shoes, And E verything Usually kept in a FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS STORE. Have always on hand a fine lot of Groceries ill OF Ml VE WILL SELL H IE Lowest Cash Prices. CALL AND Examine our stock before PURCHASING ELSEWHERE AND WE aSiaiKTIE SJLUSFABTIQfi J. 33.15 T J3 A.l* Sc SON - , *p*l7ml Thomson, Ga. M O’DOWD & CO. GROCERS AND Commissiua JHertfyante, No, 284 Broad Street, •Augusta, GEORGIA. HAS on hand and for sale, at the lowest market prices, for cash or good factor’s acceptances, payable next Fall, a foil scock of Choice Groceries & Plantation Supplies; among which may be found the following i 60 hhds. D. E. bacon sides 10,000 lbs D. S, shoulders 10 casks hams 100 packages lard 200 boxes cheese 300 bbls flour, all grades, 300 sacks oats 40 “ seed rye 100 bbls. Irish potatoes 100 packages new Mackerel—Nos. 1, 2 and 3 100 “ extra mess Mackerel 10 bbls. bncxwheat 100 chests tea all grades, 600 bbls. syrup—different grades 200 cases oysters—l and 2 lb. cans 200 oases canned fruits and Tegetablea 800 cases pickles, all sizes, 60 “ lobsters, 1 and 2 lb. cans 200 gross matches 200 boxes candles 60,000 Charles Dickens segars 60,000 Georgia Chiefs “ 50,000 our choice “ 200,000 various grades “ 5,000 bushels com 25 hhds. Demarara sugar 35 hhds. brown sugar 10 hhds. Scotch sugar 25 boxes Havana sugar 60 bbls. crushed, powdered and granulated sugar 200 bbls. extra C and A sugar 200 bags Kio coffee 50 “ Laguayra coffee 50 pockets old Government Java oofiee 100 boxes No. 1 soap 200 boxes pale “ 150 boxes starch 100 boxes soda 100 dozen buckets 50 dozen brooms" 10 bbls. pure Baker whisky 60 bbls. Old Valley whisky 200 bbls. rye whisky, all grades 50 bbls. pure com whisky 80 bbls. brandy, gin and ruin 10 quarter casks imported Cognac brandy 8 quarter casks Scotch and Irish whisky 20 quarter casks Sherry, Port and Madeira wine 20 casks ale and porter 10 casks Cooper's half and half 50 cases Champagne 40 cases claret 50 eases Schnapps 100 oases bitters 200 boxes tobacco, all grades 100 coses smelting tobacco, all grades. janSlyl ©. W ABNOya Grocer & Commission Merchant Thomson, - Georgia*! HAVE ou hand and for Bale at the lowest market prices FOB, CASH CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES AND PLANTA TION SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS. Among which may he found the fo/iowing, Bacon, Flour, Sugar, Coflfee, Lard, Cheese, Mackerel, Oyster*, Pick lex, Canned Fruits, Soda, Tobacco, and everything kept in the line of a First Class Grocery Store. I Respecfully invite my friends to give me a call. C?. AY. A.rnolcl, Thomson, Ga. March 13, ly New Furniture Store. Furniture of all kinds on hand and daily being re ceived by 33. !Ft. OHi'J SO IST at his Furniture Ware Booms under Williams’ Hall. Walnut and Maple Chamber Suits, flue and com mon Beodsteads, Wood, Caue und Split bot- Chairs, Bureaus, Dining, Centre and Card Tables, Washstands, Ac., Ac. Every article of Furniture needed to make home convenient, comfortable or luxurious can be had on the most liberad term. SST Orders promptly filled at Augusta prices. Upholstering; and Repairing: done promptly and in the most workman-like style, such as Sofas, Divans, and Chairs re-covered and varnished. Chairs re-eaned and varnished, and old furniture made as bright and good as new. C O FF INS Made to order and of any style required. All work warranted to give satisfaction. Orders solicited. aprlom3 Thomson, Ga. What every Horseman Wants. —A good, cheap and reliable liniment. Suoh an arti cle is Dr Tobiaa’ Horse Liniment. Pint bottles at one dollar. For lameness, onts, galls, colic, sprains, Ac.,warranted better than any other. Sold by the Druggists. Depot 10 Park Place, New York, Carbolic salve, recommended by the leading Physicians and the President of the New York Board of Health. Gives instant relief to bums, cures all kind of sores, cuts and wounds j and a most invaluable salve for all purposes. Sold everywhere at 25 cents. John F. Henry, sole Proprietor. 8 College Place, New York. TO 8100 per WEEK. Made easy bv any Lady, 20,000 sold in six months." The most rapidly selling article ever in vented for married or sin gle ladies’ use. May 10, soil ts. patapsco guano: Jrn lbs. Liverpool Middling Cotton, delivered r'J" at the nearest railroad depot, on or before the 31st of October, 1872, secured by note, lien or factor’s acceptance, will be taken in payment for noe ton Patapsco Guano. M. A. STOVALL, Agent, febllm2 Augusta". Ga. FOR SALE. THE store house and lot of Mrs. E. M. Massen gale, opposite Greenway Hotel. Also, a beau tiful vacant lot near the Parsonage and residence of D. H. Irving, For terms apply to feb2Btf H. C. RONEY, Esq. Agents are wanted for Chicago and the Great Con flagration, by Colbert & Chamberlin, Editors Chi cago Tribune. 528 octavo pages. Fully illustra ted. 30,000 SOLD. Address as above, or J. S. Goodman, Chicago, or Edward F. Hovey, Boston, or Fred. M. Smith, Auburn, N. Y., or Walton & Cos., Indianapolis, Ind. THE PENN LETTER BOOK For copying letters Without Press or Water, continues to grow in favor wherever introduced, and thousands now using it attest its wonderful merits. All praise its Simplicity and Convenience, and a public test of six years has fully established its genuineness and reliability. It has only to be properly shown to be appreciated by all business men. Price $2.25, and upward. Address P. GAEEETT A CO„ Philadelphia, Pa. CiTAgents wanted. PSYCHOLOGIC Fascination or Soul Charming, 400 pages by Herbert Hamilton, B. A. 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U. n!3 4w Wanted Agents*„ .SIOO to $250 per month—everywhere, Male and Female, to introduce the genuine improved JHarshalt Sewing JtMachine , This machine will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, bind, braid, cord, quilt, and embroider in a most superior manner. Price Sls fully licensed and warranted for five years. YVe will pay SIOOO for any ma chine, high price or low, that will sew a stronger, more beautiful or more elas tic seam than ours. It makes the elas tic lock-stitch. Every second stitch can be cut, and otill the cloth can not be pulled apart without tearing it. We pay agents SIOO to $250 per month, and expenses, or a commission from which twice that amount can be made. For circulars and terms apply to or address, S. MAH SHALL A CO. No. 102 Nassau Street, New York. CAUTION.—Do not be imposed up on by other parties traveling through the country palming off worthless cast iron machiues under the same name or otherwise. Ours is the only genuine a nd really clteap machine manufactured SubaTabe for and Advertise in Cbf fgimrT, A LIVE WEEKLY PAPER, Devoted to misceUaoeons intelligence. We went agents in ever; town, village and hamlet in the country to solicit subscription for our paper. Published every Wednesday! Containing a resume **f all the local news up to* the time of going to press. The Slate, General and Miscellaneous News Will be the best that can be procured. Terms BS.OO per Annum. (ST Larz» cash commissions given. Send for a .pecimen copy as soon as you read this notice. Address, W. T. CHKISTOPHEB, Fort Valley, Ga. A LECTURE jp| T ° YOUNG MEN, Jus*. Published, in ft sealed Envelope. Price, six cents. 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Croup, Diphtheria, Catarrh, Influenza Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, €ol<l thill**, Ague Chill**. The application of the Ready Relief to the parts where the pain or difficulty cxiuia will afford ease and *;oinfort. Twenty drops in £ half tumbler of y&tcr will in a few moments irOre’TJ^Sfi iiWr T^s pasros, Sour .Stomach. Heart Born, Sick Headache, Diarrhea, Colic, Wi»d in the Bowels, and all Internal pain*. Travelers should always carry a bottle of Rad way’s Ready Relief with them. \ few drops in wa in will 'prevent sickness or pains from change of water. It is better than Freuch Brandy or Bitters as a stimulant. Fever and Agne. Feve." f ' n 'l Ag’t« «nred for Fifty There i, not areraeJ:* l *B'"’ t »" ,his warM tffal vrillc,,,. Fever ad Ague, a. other Malarious, Billions, Scarlet, Typhoid, Velto". o,he „ r P’ eT «»* by Rad way’s Pills) so rjulca as a Ready Relief. 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Dr. RADWAY’S Perfect Purga tiv e Pi 11 s. perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet gum» purge, regulate, purify, cleause and strengthen Rad way’s Pi/ls. foi the cure ot all disorders of the stom ach Liver, Bowels, Kidneys Bladder Nervous Disea ses. Headache. Constipation, Costiveness, Heart burn. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Billiousness, Billiou* Fever, Inflammation of the Bowels, Piles and all derangement* of the Internal Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, coniain ing no mercury, minerals or deleterious4KLg3' A few doses of Rad way’s Fills WILL free the system from a/I the above named diserdafe. Price 25 cents per Boj;. Sold by Druggist*; Read “Fa£*e and True,” And send one letter to RADWAY& CO., 32 Warren Street, Cor. of Church Street, New York. Information worth thousands’wil! be sent you. July 12, 1871. n2O ly Rare Chance fear As^nts- : AGENTS, we will pay* yofl S4O, per. week in cash. If yon Will engage with ns at once, Everything ’furnished and expenses paid. Address , A. ELLS & CO. , Charlotte. Mich