Is the morning, dim and sweet,
Slanting glints the sun;
The milkmaid trips with harrying feet,
The fanner’s day is begun.
Hark ! 'tis the mower blithe.
As he sharpens the tmsty scythe—
Crink. crank—crink, crank !
In the dewy morning air.
Ia the summer, near to noon,
Flaming climbs the sun,
The sythcblades Bweep to a pleasant time,
And the task goes merrily on.
Hark! shrill and fine,
The locust's hot-weather sign—
Cree-ee, cree-ee 1
In the blazing morning air.
In the summer day, at noon,
Bight over glares the sun,
The mowers sweep to a slower tune,
And wish the task was done.
Ilark ! a chattering loud,
Tis the noisy crows in a crowd,
Caw, caw, caw, caw !
Through all this hazy air.
The primrose wakes to blooir*
Downward rolls the sun,
The west is fire, the enst is gloom,
The mowers' task is dune.
And hist - hark!
What winds through tlio fragrant dark ?
Through all the evening air.
East and west aro gloom,
But the moon is rising fair,
And the night is fair, and the clover bloom
Sweetens all the air,
And, hist, hark I
Who oalls through the silver dark ?
Hoo, hoo, to whit, to hoo I
Through ail Lho midnight atr.
Krlu, Fnrcwoll I
O'er foam capped waves our gallant bark
Bounds on before tho wind,
And bears me from that doar old land
Thnt I mußt leave behind ;
And as I tread tho dock alone,
With sorrow-ladened heart,
Old thoughts of home throng round and cause
The bitter tears to start.
And memory brings mo back again
To happy school-hoy days,
When rambling o'er the meadows groen,
Wo sang light merry lays.
Alas! how diff'rcnt now my fnte—
How changed lho future scorns
From what I pictured thou
Iu boyhood’s bright day dreams.
And exilo driven from tho land
That Freedom called its own
Er%4!ulling chains of slavery
Wore o'er its children thrown.
No more to seo my native homo
Wlusro all my kindred dwell—
There's nothing left mo but to say,
Dear Erin, fore thee well.
But whereso'er my lot bo cast,
Whato’er my fato may bo,
Fond moiuorios of that dear old land
Shall over cling to mo.
And when my spirit wings its flight
From out its earthly shell,
My latest dying words shall bo
Dear Erin, fare thee well!
An -Appeal to tlio
The Southern Cross Brotherhood, of
Richmond, Vit., has issued a circular
appealing to tho Southern people to aid
them in raising sufficient funds (several
.thousand dollars are needed) to remove
the bodies of Confederate soldiers from
Gettysburg to Hollywood Cemetery.—
The circular says;
Our order is composed of Confeder
ate soldiers alone who had an unblem
ished record during the war. Its ob
jects are to perpetuate the memory and
heroism of our fallen comrades, to aid
the families of our former brethren in
arms who need assistance, and to try
and preserve the truth and purity of
VVe are now specially engaged in the
sacred duty of raising funds to assist
Hollywood Memorial Asociation in re
moving the remains of our noble dead
from Gettysburg and other points,
where they are neglected and mistreat
ed, to Hollywood Cemetery, near this
city, where, through tho untiring ef
forts of our ladies, an honorable resting
place is provided and an enduring mon
ument erected to their memory; and
where, protected and cared for, they
can yearly receive the honor bestowed
on our ‘.Memorial Day,’ in decorating
their graves with flowers.’ There are
yet at Gettysburg the remains of near
one thousand bodies ; they are from
nearly all tho States; and when we
say, in some instances, the heartless
wretches of the vicinity where they
fell and lie are ploughing their bones
about as if they were dogs, it is enough
to make the blood of decent humanity
boil, and the pocket—of all who are
not false to feeling—false to principle
false to a cause once dear—open to
remove these heroes from such indigni
ty and inhumanity*
Into whatever hands this appeal falls,
we beg you to aid us in this cause, in
which our whole soul is enlisted. Ask
your friends to aid you. Do not hesi
tate because you cannot give much;
remember, as drops make an ocean, so
many small contributions will make a
HutUlen Diaappeurance of a
Washington, July I* —One of the
most extraurdinary affairs ever known
occurred in this city on Saturday even
ing last among the fashionable commu
nity of Capitol Hill. Some time ago, it
will be rcollected, it was announced in
this correspondence that Carit. F. F.
Buckley, of Natick, Mass., had present
ed Gen. Butler and Henry Wilson with
two handsome canes made from the old
ship Kearsage, and that the recipients
thereof had been greatly pleased with
the to/cens 'of regard. Handsome and
dashing himself, it appears that the
Captain won the affections of the cherri
est-lipped lady on the Capitol Hill, a
Miss Emma , who, while youthful
in appearance, is yet on the point of
rounding thirty-five, and surrounded
with that matronly empresament which
is peculiarly enchanting to tho widower
and the man of the world. His suit
progressed ; ho was accepted, and prom
ised his lady-love an endowment of a
three thousand dollar residence in Na
tick. The bridal outfit was procured
—the trousseau, as the French say. It
was elaborate and ornamental in every
E articular. Presents of silverware,
rooches, diamonds, bracelets, pictures
and baubles were purchased by their
friends, and at last the day was set, the
minister engaged, the curds sent out,
‘all went merry as a marriage bell.’
The supper which had been gotten
up was unusually tasteful. Elegant
ladies crowded the parlors of the pater
nal residence, and the bride stood in her
chamber in hopeful expectancy. But
the bridegroom did not come lie sud
denly and mysteriously disappeared.
The minister, annoyed beyond express
ion, the charming lady driven into hys
terics, and tho richly attired company
disappointed beyond measure, wuited
and waited in vain. A cariage was
sent for the groom, and the fact trans
pired that he was not in town. These,
in brief, are the interesting points of
this extraordinary affair. Captain
Buckley has not yet been heard from.
When ho came here, the gossips say,
he represented himself as worth a largo
sum of money, and was told before he
sought her hand that Miss Emma
held in her own right between $30,000
and SIO,OOO. With this idea the match
procoeded, but now that it has so ab
ruptly terminated, it is said that one
of his acquaintances assured him that
tho lady was comparatively penniless.
A somewhat remarkable fact in conne j
tion with the affair is that the lady was
once engaged to bo married to tho sur
geon of the same regiment in which
Captain Buckley held command, and
that on the very day tho wedding was
to have taken place the surgeon die I.
Cor. Boston Traveler.
-A Fvesidcut for Thirty-Six
Kansas has a curiosity in the shape
of a gentleman who, without being
elected President or Vice ' President of
tlio United Stnt.es, claims to have been
President for thirty-six hours. His
name is David R. Atchison. He was
temporary President of the Senate aud
acting Vico President during the last of
Pierce’s term. Pierce’s term expired
at midnight Sunday. Buchanan was
inaugurated at noon Monday. Atchison
says that he succeeded to tlio Presiden
cy ns President of tlio Senate when Mr.
Pierce’s term was out. Ho thus hu
morously describes his administration :
‘But I had no realization of my high
position until about 10 o’cloc/c Sunday
morning. We had been hard at work
in the Senate finishing up business, and
having lost much sleep, I would pro
bably Slave slept all day, had I not
been walled up by some personal
friends, who came to congratulate me,
and secure positions for certain parties.
In order to do everything in proper
style, I appointed a full Cabinet; and
then it is said my administration was
the most successful and popular one
ever known, there not being a removal
or appointment during my whole term.’
A Dastardly Outrage. —We learn
from the Charleston News of yesterday
that a diabolical attempt was made on
Sunday, by some unknown parties, to
throw a passenger train on the Savan
nah and Charleston Railroad from the
track, at Saltkaliatchie bridge, by laying
several bars of railroad iron across the
track in a manner that would have pre
cipitated the engine, and perhaps the
whole train, into the river. Fortunate
ly, the obstructions were observed by
the engineer in time to stop the train
and remove them. Proper measures
have been taken to have the culprits
arrested. —Sa ran nan News.
A Heavy Docket. —The criminal
business of the Superior Court was yes
terday closed, and this morning the civil
docket will be taken up. We under
stand there are six hundred cases ou the
docket, a number of which are of a
very important character, involving
other interests besides money. Our le
gal fraternity will have plenty of work
during the balance of the term. This
heavy docket is a good thing for the
lawyers if not for the respective parties
whose names figure on its pages.—Sa
LOST OR MISLAID,
ONE note of hand on Jas. L. and W.
M. Hardaway for $55.00 made in
May in 1871 payable three months after
date, in favor of Joseph Dunnivant, all
persons are forbidden to trade for the
same as it has been settled by a receipt
july 10 ts JOHN G. COLDWELL.
Robert It. Lewis,
Boot & Shoe Maker,
Heavy plantation work a specialty, at
the sign of the Big Boot, opposite the
Greenway Hotel, Thomson, Ga.
July 3, m 6
IN THOMSON, GEORGIA.
THE dwelling house and lot
belonging to O. L. Cloud, situated
in the business center of town contain
ing four elegant rooms with all necessary
outbuildings. This is the most desira
ble property in Thomson and any one
wishing a good bargain wilLdo.well to
COL. JOHN It. WILSON,
Thomson, Ga. n26ra2
LUMBER LUMBER. LUMBER!
ANY qaalily or quantity of Pine I,umber de
livered at Thomson, or .14 Milo Post on the
Georgia Iluilioad, low for cash.
Poplar, Oak or Hickory
Lumber sawed to fill orders at special rates.
Lumber nt NlilL
Ist, class Weather Boarding $lO 00
2d, class “ 14 00
Ist, class Flooring 10 00
2d, class “ 14 00
Ist, class Palings 17 00
Paling Ix3 10 00
Ist, class Scantling 14 00
2d, class “ ... . . 12 60
Ist, class Ceiling 12 00
2d, class 10 00
Ist, class Inch Boards 15 00
2d, class “ “ 12 50
Rough Edge Sheeting 5 00
Straight Edge Sheeting 8 00
J. T. KENDRICK.
February 21,1872. 7m6
€*» W AR>OLI),
Grocer & Commission Merchant,
Thomson, - Georgia-
HAVE on hand and lor Bulo at the lowest market
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES AND PLANTA
TION SUPPLIES OP AILL KINDS.
Aiming which may be found the following,
llacon, Flour, Sn r, ColTce,
l.artE, Cheese, Mackerel,
Fruits, Soila, Tobacco,
and everything kept in the line of a
First Class Grocery Stoic.
I Respecfully invite my friends to
give me a call.
O. W. Arnold.
Thomson, Ga. March 13, ly
New Furniture Store.
Furniture of nil kinds on hicrftljMid- daily being re
18. IR.. J" OHx'l SO IST
at his Furniture NVnro Rooms under
Walnut and Maple Chamber Suits, lino and com
mon Reads tends. Wood, Caue mid 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 bo 4
had on tho most liberad term.
CaT Orders promptly filled at Augusta prices.
Upholstering and ltcpairiiig
done promptly and iu the most workman-like style,
such as Sofas, Divans, and Chairs re-covered and
varnished. Chairs re-caned aud varnished, and
old furniture made as bright aud good ns new.
CJ O 3T* T*U IST JS
Made to order and of any style required.
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
aprlGm3 Thomson, Ga.
OoliunDia. fSliex'ill'si !Snle.
GEORGlA— Columbia County.
WILL be sold before the Court
House door in the village of Ap
pling, Columbia county, ou the first
| Tuesday in August next between the
legal hours of sale two mules levied on
as the property of B. K. Benson, to sat
isfy a fi. fa. on foreclosure of Mortgage
in favor of David Cohen cs. B. K. Ben
-1 son, issued from Columbia Superior
Court November Term 1871, this, June
BRADFORD IVEY, Sheriff.
Tho Bar Boom Remedy for weakness for the
stomach is a dose of Rum-bitters. They are sur
| charged with Fusil Oil, a deadly clement, which is
j rendered more active by tho pungent stringents
with which it is combined. If your stomach is
weak, or your liver or bowels disordered, tone,
: strengthen and regulate them with Vinegar Bitters,
j a pure vegetable stomachic corrective and apperi
i cut, free from alcohol, and capable of infusing
i new vitality into your exhausted and disordered
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
(Formerly C. A. Plait & C 0.,)
214 Broad Street, Aagusta, Ga.
1,000 Maple & Walnut Bedsteads,
$5 to $10!
\jte pariicHlarly call the attention of purchasers
to our Solid Walnut Chamber Suit* for Beauty,
Durability and Cheapness.
Oar Manufacturing Department is still in opera
tion. Special order* will be promptly attended to.
Repairs done in all its branches.
Hair Clo*h, Enameled Cloth, Reps, Terry and
Springs,and aIZ articles suitable for manufacturers,
Wo offer at Low Price*. jan3l m 6
M O’DOWD & CO"
No, 284 Broad Street,
HAS on linm! and for sale, at the lowest market
price*, for cash or good factor’s acceptances,
payable next Fall, a full scock of
Choice Groceries & Plantation
among which may be found the following:
50 hlidn. D. It. bacon sides
10,000 lbs D. S. shoulders
10 casks hams
100 packages lard
200 boxes cheese
300 bbls Hour, all grades,
300 sacks oats
40 44 seed rye
100 bbis. Irish potatoes
100 packages new Mackerel—Nos. 1, 2 and 3
100 “ extra mess Mackerel
10 bbls. buckwheat
1(H) chests tea all grades,
500 bbls. syrup—different grades
200 cases oysters—l and 2 lb. cans
200 cases canned fruits and vegetables
300 cases pickles, all sizes,
50 44 lobsters, 1 and 2 lb. cans
200 gross matches
200 I>oxch candles
50,000 Charles Dickens segars
50,000 Georgia Chiefs “
50,000 our choico 44
200,000 various grades 44
5,000 bushels corn
25 hints. Domarara sugar
35 hhda. brown sugar
10 hhds. Scotch sugar
25 boxes Havana sugar
50 bbls. crushed, powdered and granulated sugar
200 bbls. extra C and A sugar
200 bags Itio coffoo
50 44 Laguayra coffeo
50 pockets old Government Java coffeo
1(H) I>oxoh No. 1 soap
200 Ixjxespalo 44
150 boxes starch
1(H) 1 nixes sodft
100 dozen buckets
50 dozen brooms*
10 bbls. pure Baker whisky
50 bids. Old Valley whisky
2(H) bbls. rye whisky, all grades
50 bbls. puro corn w hisky
30 bbls. brandy, gin anil rum
10 quarter casks imported Cognac brandy
S 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 Champaguo
40 cases claret
50 cases Schnapps
100 cases bitters
2(H) boxes tobacco, all grades
1(H) cases smoking tobacco, all grades.
SPUING & SUMMER GOODS,
Embracing all tho novelties of the Season.
Abeautiful line of White Goods, plain
Piques, Striped and Figured.
Full lino of Hosiery, Corsctts, Trimmings and
Edging and Inserting, a beautiful assortment.
Clothing, of all grades.
Now Spring Ilats, lor Men an d| Boys.
Roots and Shoes, in great varieties.
Which Will Be Sold Low
Tho Public aro Requested to call
No Trouble to show
A New Beautifying Agent. All den
tifrices had their drawbacks until tho salubrious
bark of the soap tree was brought from the Chilian
Valley to perfect tho fragrant Sozodont. the most
delightful article for the teeth that a brush was ev
er dipped into.
Children’s Lives Saved for Fifty Cts.
Even.’ case of croup can bo cured when first taken,
by Dr. Tobias’ Venetian liniment, warranted foi
24 years and never a bottle returned. It also euros
diarrhoea, dysentery, colic, sore throat, cuts, burns
and external pains. Sold by the druggists. Depot,
10 Park Place, New York.
Burnett’s Cocoaine. No oils, neither
pomades or alcoholic washes—foreign or domestic
—can compare with Cocoaine as a hair dressing.
It anchors tho hair firmly in the scalp—gives it
new life and lustro—and renders it the crowning
glory of both sexes, old and young.
XAA AGENTS WANTED for our splendid
r )UU life-size charts of GEN. LEE. “STONE
WALL JACKSON, and 20 other Historical and
Religions Charts'. Our HAPS, CHARTS, etc.,
have a universal sale. No risk! Large profits!—
IIAASIS & LUBRECHT, Empire Map and Chart
Establishment, 107 Liberty street, New York.
sstSJS TO 8100 per WEEK.
Made easy by any Lady. 20,000 sold
in six months. The most rapidly selling
article ever in -vented for married or sin
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May 10, noli ts.
jfft lbs. Liverpool Middling Cotton, delivered
x*J' / a t the nearest railroad dep<Jl, 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.
FTIHE store honse anti lot of Mrs. E. M. Massen-
I gale, opposite Green way 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.
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