Gen. Grunt ot tho U. S. A.
Ain— Captain Jinks.
I was General Grant of the U. 8. A..
With nothing tu do hot lounge all day,
And drink and atuoko and draw ray pay
Ab General of the army.
I had shown the rebela how to fight,
How to fight, how to fight—
I had shown the rebel* how to fight,
And I was the pet of the army.
I was General Grant of the U. 8. A,,
I fear that I will roe the day
When I gave up the honors and pay
Os General of the Army.
I tun President now ot the U. 8. A.,
Not much to do, and less to say,
With plonty of gifts and better pay
Than as General of tho Army.
I give my relations each a place,
Each a place, each a place—
X give my relations each a place,
But not tire men of *ay army.
I was General Grant of thd U. 8. A.
I fear that I, Ac.
Froth's a lacutonant of the XT. 8. A.
lie has gone to Europe on full pay,
And with him has gone, in a flunkey way,
The General of tho Army.
Fred shows tho foreigners ho can take,
lie can take, he can take—
Gifts, as well as Itis daddy.
1 was General Garnt. Ac.
I should liko to be President many yoars,
Hut I lajgin to have my fear*
They will cut off ray head with jiolitical shears,
And vote for Horace Greoloy;
And then I shall not he President,
And then I shall not ho President,
Nor General of the Army.
I was General Grant of the U. 8. A.
1 fear that X shall rue tlia day
When I gave up tho honors and pay
As General of tho Army.
<WM»— ■ ■■■■ nil . »..■■ ■! _ j m
Imuip Your J'’eli<d(icK.
‘Eli Perkins lias undergone matrimo
nial aroposuls at the lianas of one of his
lady friends, and ho has this to say about
First, I ca’led on my liquidoyed bru
nette friend Miss Sallie Morris, of Madi
son Avenue, Now I’ve spent a good
deal of monev on Miss .Sallie for operas,
bouquets, Donnonico lunches, etc. I’ve
been trying for two years to win ber
Last night, full of love and hope, I
rang old Morris’ door-bell, in a mo
ment, Miss Sailio was by myself on a
retired sofa. After speaking of tho
coming opera, I felt her velvoty hands
‘Do you know, Mr. Perkins,’ she said,
looking me struight in tho fuco, that
to-day is our proposing day.’
‘Well I suppose so,’ I remarked, look
ing modestly down at her mosaic brace
‘Well, you kuow, Eli, my dear Eli!
that I have been out with you a good
‘Yos,’ I replied, beginning to feel em
‘You kno\V*my dear,’ she said, taking
both of my hands, ‘that it is costing me
a good deal for dresses and gloves,
‘And coating me a good deal for car
riages, bouquets, and Dolinonico lunch
es,’ with increased embar
‘And while I have enjoyed myself all
winter going with you, Eli ’
‘ln expensive carriages to the Acade
my and Delmonico's,’ 1 suggested.
‘Yes. While l have been happy to
go there, with you —I feel—l feel— O,
my Eli, l don't Anow how to say what
1 want to !’ and the beautiful child hid
her face on my bosom.
‘Do not fear my answer, my beauti
ful one,’l said soothingly. ‘What is it
that weighs so upon your sorrowful
‘O, Eli.it is love,' she said, sobbing
wildly, and twisting her jeweled fingers
through my auburn hair.
‘Heaven be praised,’ I sighed, as I
felt the beating of her heart against my
vest. ‘For whom is this love darling?’
I asked, ‘for you know lam deeply in
terested in you.’
‘You will not be mad with me Eli ?’
‘No, sweet one, I shall be only too
happy,’ 1 said wiping tho tears from my
‘Well, my dear—my long cherished
friend I Love—’
‘Who, dearest Sallie—tell me who do
‘Well, Eli, I love Charley Brown, to
whom lam engaged ;’ and then the
scalding tears fell thick and fast on my
Well, Sallie, what have you got to
say to me?’ I asked, hesitatingly, as I
loosed her hands from my neck.
‘Why, my dear Eli, Charley and fa
ther thought that 1 had better see you
and propose ’
‘O, darling one lam thine/’ I said,
with great emotion, ‘Take me! Nev
er mind father. Take me as I am.
‘But, Eli, let me explain. They
wanted me to see you and thank you
for your many kindnesses, and propose
that you don't come here any more.’’
A rum-blossom is one species of rye
T lie Now Laws Coneoruiiis:
The following is a summary of the
laws concerning newspaper postage just
issued to postmasters;
Sec. 138. That no newspapers shall
be received to be conveyed by mail un
less they shall be dried and enclosed
in proper wrappers.
Sec. 139. That when packages of
newspapers or other periodicals are re
ceived at a post office directed to one
address, and the names of the subscri
bers to whom they belong, with the
postage for quarter in advance is hand
ed to the postmaster, he shall deliver
such papers or periodicals to their re
Sec. 140. That postmasters shall no
tify the publishers of any newspaper or
other periodical when any subscriber
shall refuse to take the same from the
office, or neglect to call for it for the
period of one month.
Sec. 141. That publishers of news
papers or periodicals may print or write
upon their publications, sent to regular
subscribers, tho address of the suberi
ber and the date when the subscription
expires, and enclose therein bills and
receipts for subscription thereto with
out subjecting such matter to extra
Sec. 142. That any person who shall
enclose or conceal any letter, memoran
dum, or other thing in any mail matter,
not charged with letter postage, or
make any writing or memorandum
thereon, and deposit or cause the snme
to be deposited for conveyance by mail,
for less than letter postage, shall, for
every such offence, forfeit and pay five
do’lars, and such newspaper or periodi
cal shall not be delivered until tho pos
tage thereon is paid at letter rates.
Sec. 158. That on newspapers and
periodical publications, not exceeding
four ounces in weight sent from a known
office of publication to regular suberi
bers, postage shall be charged at the
following rates per quarter, namely :
On publications issued less frequently
than once a week, at the rato of 1 cent
for each issue ; issued once a week, 5
cents additional for each issue more fre
quently than onco a week. An addi
tional rate shall be charged for each
additional four ounces or fraction there
of in weight.
Sec. 159. That on newspapers and
other periodicals sent from a known
office of publication to regular suberi
bers, the postage shall be paid before
delivery, not less than one quarter, nor
more than one year ; which payment
may bo made either at tho ollico of
mailing or delivery, commencing at any
time, and tho Postmaster shall account
for said postage in the quarter in which
it was recoived.
Sec. 160. That tho Postmaster-Gen
eral may provide, by regulations for
carrying small newspapers, issued less
frequently than onco a week, in pack
ages to one address from known office
of publication to regular subscribers,
at tho rato of one cent for each four
ounces, or portion thereof.
Sec. 101. That persons known as
regular dealers in newspapers and pe
riodicals may receive and transmit by
mail such quantities of either as they
may require, and pay tho postage
thereon as received at the same rates
pro rata as regular subscribers to such
publications, who pay quarterly in ad
‘Guess I Might as Well go ’Long
too.’ —Tho St. T.ouis Dispatch says a
gentleman of that city recently sent
word to Dan Voorhees that ‘all his old
friends were getting into the Greeley
boat; that he was too good a fellow to
leave behind, and he had better come
along too, before they shoved off.’—
Voorhees received the message and sent
this back: He said he was pretty
much in the condition of the boy at
camp meeting, where nearly all of the
people had gone forward on the anxious
benches, and he was left blooming
alone. At last the minister saw him
and came up.
‘My young brother,’ said the preach
er, ‘why do you sit here alone ? Why
not come to glory V
‘AH them gals goiti’ to glory ?’ asked
‘Straight as a shingle,’ said the
‘No switchin’ of!' nor nuthin’ V
‘Through by daylight,’ answered the
‘Well, parson,’ said the boy, ‘if all
them gals is a-goin’ to glory, I don’t
see as it’s much use o’ me a whittlin’
here by myself; guess I might jest as
well go ’long too.’
WILLIAM D. DAVIDSON. JOSETII DRUACMEL.
Davidson & Biimmel,
Broad St., Augusta, On.
Roetifiors, Importers ami Wholesale Dealers in
Pure Foreign and Domestic
BRANDIES, WINES, GIN, PORTER, ALE, ETC.
j TOBACCO AND SUGARS OF EVERY VARIETY.
I may 15 nl9m4
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FT enve AKT isAISIETVSr.
Jua*. Published, iu a sealed Envelope. Price, six
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Nervous Debility, and Impediments to s!arrix^e.#£h*».
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well, M. !>., author of the*‘Green Book,' ; Ac.
The World renowned author, in this admiraTLect
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Sent under goat, in a plain envelope, on
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jan. 24, ly
i a >?s r on mis ll
ONE note of hand on Jas. L. arjJPW.
M. Hardaway for 555.00 raade in
May in 1871 payable three months after
date, in favor of Joseph Dunnivant, all
persons are forbidden to trade the
same as it has been settled toy sfi"receipt
july 10 ts JOHN G. GOLD WELL.
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 will do well to
COL. JOHN It. WILSON,
Thomson, Ga. n26m2
LUMBER. LUMBER. LUMBER!
ANY quality or quantity of de
livered at Thomson, or .M Mile Post on the
Georgiu Uaihoud, low for cash.
Poplar, Oak or Hickory
Lumber sawed to fill orders at special rates.
Lumber at Mill.
Ist, class Weather Boarding 816 00
2d, class “ 14 00
Ist, class Flooring io 00
2d, cluss “ 14 00 j
Ist, class l’alings 17 00
Paling Ix3 16 00
Ist, class Scantling I t 00
2d, class “ 12 50
Ist, class Ceiling 12 00
2d, class 10 00
Ist, class Inch Boards 15 00
2d, class “ “ 12 50
Hough Edge Sheeting , 5 00
Straight Edge Sheeting § 00
J. TANARUS, KENDRICK.
February 21, 1872. 7mfl
8"“ 1 ■'*
Legal Advertisemonl s.
Golumbia Hliorill’s Sale.
G EORGlA —Columbia County.
WII.T. be sold before the Court licn.s doer iu Ap
pling, Columbia County, on the firv. Tuesday
in September next, wt Umi th‘ legal hours of sab’,
one Framed homo on the lands ot Dr. 11. 11. Steiner,
leviod onus the property of Jilms Flint and Juo
M ir-ilmt to satisfy aa execution issued upo * a me
dian cs lien, frouffiS DUt.,O. M., iu Qjk jjrof Jamas
Smith, of said county. Levy made by Constable
uud returned to Sheriff.
BRADFORD IVEY, Sheriff of Columbia Cos.
ALSO, nt the sam© time and pW© nhouso kuown
as tho Harlem High School Academy ia imid county,
levied ou as the property of the Tralles of Harlem
High School, to satisfy an execution is.ued upon an
affidavit to foreclose Steam Saw ruill4ien, in favor of
E. S. Florence. Levy made by the and
returned to Sheriff.
BRADFORD IVEY, Sheriff ,f Columbia Cos.
McDuffie Sheriffs Sales.
G EOHGIA —Me Du/jic County.
WILL bo sold before the Court
house doorin Thomson, McDuffie
County, on the first Tuesday in Septem
ber next, within the legal houis ot sale,
the following property, to wit:—
One tract ot land, in said County, on
the waters of I [art’s and Upton’s Creeks,
containing Forty five Acres, more or
less adjoining lands of W- H. Murray
and others, being a part of the land
purchased by David Seay from O. H.
Walton, and was originally a portion
ot the land be/onging to the estate of
William Murray deceased. Itjs /evied
on as the property of Dimtrfea)' to
satisfy one Fi. Fa. issued from Superior
Court of Co/umbia County in favor of
H. Murray vs. David Seav.
Property pointed out by P/aittlff.
JOHN T. STOVALL, Shetfil’.
Letters of Hisinissioie,
GEORGIA —Me Duffle County.
WHEREAS, E. A. Steed and W. P. Steed, exee
» » utors of W. P. Steed, late of said oounty,
deceased, represent to the Court in tlieir petition,
duly filed and entered on record, that thoy hive
fully administered tho estate of the said deceased,
tins is, therefore, to eite and admonish ell persons
concerned, kindred and creditors, to slow cense
if any there he, why said executors should liot be
discharged from their said administration, and re
ceive letters of dismission, ou tho first llondav hi
july 1772 A. It. THRASHER, Ordinary.
Risley’s genuine Golden Bell Cologne
Water, according to the original formula of Pro
vost, Paris, s<.) long and favorably kuown to the
enstomers of liaviland, Harral and Petit-Y a-1
their brauehes, for its fine permanent fragrance, is
now made by H. W. liisley and the trade supplied
by his successors, Morgan A Itisley, Wholesale
Druggists, New Yolk.
» Agents wanted to sell the beauti'u! Photo
graph Marriage Certificates and I holograph
Fatally Records. For tern-;, send turnip tj Ciuiiitis
& Bito., Publishers, York, Pa.
july SI lm
j€f. W# ARHOIiDi
Grocer & Commission Merchant,
Thomson, - Georgia-
HAVE ou baud and lor|Sale at the lowest market
CnOICF, FAMILY GROCERIES AND PLANTA
TION SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
Among which may bo found the fo/lowlng,
Bacon, Flour, Snjjar, Coflee,
JLarri, Cliccsc, .Tlackercl,
Fruits, Soda, Tobacco,
aud everything kept in the line of a
First Class Grocery Store.
I Ilespecfuliy invite my friends [to
give me a call.
c. W. Arnold.
Thomson, Ga. March 13, ly
OX. 1 ' ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
PLATT BROTH LBS,
(Formerly C. A. Tlalt & C 0.,)
214 Broad Street, Aagusla, Ga.
1,000 Maple & Walnut Bedsteads,
$5 to slOl
Wo particularly call the attention of purchasers
to our .Solid Walnut Chamber Suite for Beauty,
/Vurabilrty and Cheapness.
Our Manufacturing Department is «tilZ in opera
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Repairs done in all its branches.*
Upholstering Department .
Hair Clo»h. Enameled Cloth, Reps, Terry and
Spring#,and aU articles suitab’efor manufacturers,
wo offer at Low Prices. jan3l rnG
M O’DOVVD & CO
No. 284 Broad Street,
• tufjiista, GEORGL4.
HAS on hand and for sale, at tho lowest market
prices, 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 hlids. D. U. bacon sides
10,000 lbs D. S. shoulders
10 casks bams
100 packages lard
200 boxes cheese
000 bbls Hour, all grades,
300 sacks oats
40 v ‘ wood rye
100 bids. Irish potatoes
100 packages new Mackerel Nos. 1, 2 ami 3
100 44 extra mess Mackerel
10 bids. Buck wheat
100 chests tea all grades,
500 bids, syrup —different grades
200 cases oysters 1 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 boxes candles
50,000 Charles Dickens sugars
50,000 Georgia Chiefs 4 4
50,000 our choice 44
200,000 various grades 44
5,000 bushels corn
25 hhds. Domarara sugar
35 hhds. brown sugar
10 hhds. Scotch sugar
25 boxes Havana sugar
50 bids, crushed, powdered and granulated sugar
200 bids, extra C and A sugar
200 bags Rio eoffco
50 44 Laguavra coffeo
50 pockets old Government Java coffee
100 boxes No. 1 soap
200 boxes pale 44
150 boxes starch
100 boxes soda
100 dozen buckets
50 dozen brooms]
10 bbl.s. pure Baker whisky
50 bbls. Old Valley whisky
200 bbls. rye whisky, all grades
50 bbls. puro corn whisky
30 bbls. brandy, gin and rum
10 quarter casks imported Cognac brandy
8 quarter casks Scotch and Irish whisky
20 quarter casks Sherry, Port anil .Madeira wine
20 casks ale and porter
10 casks Cooper's half and half
50 cases Champagne
40 cases claret
50 cases Schnapps
100 cases bitters
200 boxes tobacco, all grades
100 cases smoking tobacco, all grades.
A New Beautifying Agent. All den
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bark of the soap tree was brought from the Chilian
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Every case of croup can be cured when first taken,
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Burnett’s Cocoaine. No oils, neither
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Night Passenger Train to New York and
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Arrives Chattanooga, 3.40 p. m.
Day Passengea Tram to the South and
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factor s a<;ceptance, will bo taken in puvment for
noe ton Patapsco Guano.
. . M. A. STOVALL, Agent,
fob 11 m 2 Augusta, Ga.
rpilE store house and lot of Mrs. E. M. Masson -
| gale, opposite Groenway Hotel. Also, a l»eau
tifulvacant lot Dear the Parsonage and residence,
of D. If. Irving, For terms apply to
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Fever ad Ague, and all other Malarious, Billious r
Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow, a id other Fevers, (aide!
by Radway's Pills) so quick as Railway's Ready
lIFAI/ni, ISEAUTY I
Strong and pure rich blood—lncrease of flesh and
weight—clear skin and beautiful complexion
secured to all.
SARSAPA KILL IAN RESOLVENT
Has made tbe most astonishing cures: so quick, so
rapid are the changes, under the influence ot
this truly wouderful that. Every Day
uu Increase in Flesh aud Weight is seen uud /cAI
The Great Blood Purifier.
Every drop of the Sarsapar Ilian Resolvent com
municates through the Blood, Sweet Urin, aud oth
er fluids and jucies of the system, tbe vigor of life,
for it repairs the wasts of the body with new and
sound material. Sc olula, Syphilis, Consumption,
Glandular Diseases. Ulcers in ihe Throat. Mouth,
Tumors, Nodes on the Glands and other parte of the
system. Sore Eyes, Sirumorous Diicliirges from tho
ears, and the worst forms of skin disease*, Eruptions,
Fever Sores, Scald head, Ring Worm, Salt Rh jum f
Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spots, Worms in the flesh,
Turaore Cancers in the Womb, and all weakening
and painfu/diacharges. Night sweats,, Loss of sperm
aud all waste of the life principle, are within the
curative raugeof this wonder of Modern Chemistry
and a few use will prove to any person, using
it lor either of these forms of disease, its potent pow
er to cure them.
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
Urinary aul Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropaey, stoppage of Water, Incontinence of Urin,
Bright’s Diseases, Albuminural. and in all cases
h lere there are brick-dust deposits, or the was
te is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances that is
like the white of an egg, or threads like white silk,
or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance and
white Ixme-dust deposits, and when there is a prick
ing, burning sensation when passing water, and pain
in the small of the back and along the loins.
Perfect Purgative Pills.
perfeetly tasteless, elegant/y coated with sweet gum,
purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and strengthen Rad
way’s nils, foi the cure ot all disorders of the stom
ach Liver, Bowels, Kidneys Bladder Nervous Disea
ses. Headache. Constipation, Costiven-ss, Heart
burn, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Billious
Fever, Inflammation of the Bowels, Piles and all
deraugemeuts of the Internal Viscera. Warranted
to effect a positire cure. Purify Vegetable, contain
ing no mercury, minerals or deleterious drugs.
A few doses of Radway’3 Pi Us WILL free tho
system from a/I the above named disorders. Frico
25 cents per Bo,r. Sold by Druggist*.
Read “Fa/se and True,” And send one Zettor to
RADWAY & CO., 32 Warren Street, Cor. of
Church Street, New York.
Information worth thousundsjwil! be seut you.
July 13, 1871. n2O ly
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
DRESS G OO D S
Embracing all the novelties of the Season.
A beautiful line of White Goods, plain
Piques, Striped and Figured.
Full line of Hosiery, Corsetts, Trimmings aud
Edging and Inserting, a beautiful assortment,
Clothing, of all grades.
New Spring Hats, lor Men and Boys.
Boots and Shoes, in great varieties.
Which Will Be Sold Low
The Public are Requested to call
ISTo Trouble to show