Slfee £sdJnffic goatnal.
H. c. BONEY, EDITObT AND PHOPBIETOB.
Wednesday October 16, 1872.
National Democratic Ticket.
OF SEW YORK.
£ GEATZ BROWN,
State Democratic Ti<*liet.
FOR CONGRESS, Srn DISTRICT :
GENEEAL A E WEIGHT,
We take pleaaore in annonnciiiß to onr rea-lore
to.day, that arrangements have been ma<le w:th
E. White, Esq., who from this (late tukes posi
tion on the editorial staff of the Joubnm.oh Associ
ate Editor. Mr. Wart* has ranch experience as
a journalist, and from his acknowledged ability
and brilliancy aa a writer, we feel warranted in
promising onr readers an improvement in the
columns of the Journal, llis Salutatory will ap
pear next week.
All news from the Northern elections indicate
the triumph of the Radical i«trly, and the defeat
of the Liberals and Democrats. It) Ohio and Penn
sylvania th« majorities are very decided; and in
Indiana the Radicals have gained two members of
Congress, anil elected majorities in both houses of
the Eegisltauro, and the Democratic candidate for
Governor (if elected stall) is elected by a very
small majority. The States, which wo were told,
would certainly gofor Greeley; have certainly gone
against him; and we, of the South, can really see
little or no Induoemeut, ttow, to vote the Greeley
Nows !«i tt Nutshell.
The President wants a thanksgiving
on the SSth of November next. The
fire in Sing Sing, New York, burned
twenty seven business bouses; loss :i
quarter of a million. Mr. Seward died
of tartiuo ague with catarrhal compli
cation ami muscular palsy. It was
Speaker Blanc’s brother who was con
nected with thu Pacific railroad swim) e,
not the speaker. Fanny F.rn is dead.
Hendricks is elected Governor ol Indi
ana. The office of the Raleigh Sentinel
was blown up with gunpowder yester
day. The Southern excursion party
have reached Louisvill. Prince Napo
leon will not be allowed to tread French
soil. Flags are ball-mast at Washing
ton as a tribute to \V. H. Seward.
James IP Spalding, founder of the
World newspaper, is dead, Madame Do
Lanart-'ga mid Prof. A Union, who fig
ured in this,city last winter, have esta
biisbed a social dancing academy at
Macon. The commission appointed by
the government to investigate the Mex
ican outrages have had a long conver
sation with the Resident. Fourth year
of Cuban independence celebiated in
New York yestedry. J. Milton Turner.
- colored U. S. Consul to Liberia, was
fatally stabbed by a colored politician in
St. Louis. Otteudorfer declines Tam
many nomination lor Mayor. Von
Arnim. German Secretary of Legation,
is recalled and succeeded by Count Bern
torff. Rev. Samuel Seabury, dead.
By the official count over a hundred
and eighteen thousand votes were cast
in Philadelphia. Hartrunf’s majority
is 20,437 ; Congressman at large lias
21,919. Speer, Democrat, elected in
the 17th Pennsylvania district.
Pkesidenti ' l. —The Presidential
election will not take place in all the
States on the same day, as seems to be
generally imagined. It \v:ll begin in
Louisiana on the 4tlx ol November. —
All the other States except Texas will
follow with their votes on the sth, and
Texas will close up the business with
a four day’s election, ftotn the sth to
the Sth inclusive. Louisiana is required
to vote on the 4th—one day before the
Other States —by a special act of emi
gres passed at the last session. Why
(his enactment was passed it is hard to
conjecture, unless lor the reason that
the Administration party want to use
their expected victory in Louisiana to
assist them in other States. The four
days voting in Texas is simply a device
adopted by the Radical Legislature of
that State several years ago lor trotting
negroes from one precinct to another,
and thus increasing the Radical vote.—
Mother Babbit told me that she
heard Harper’s wife say, that John Har
ris’s wife told her, that Granny Bates
heard the widdow Smith say, that Capt.
Jones’ wife thought- that Col. Clark’s
wile believed that old Mrs. Lamb reck
oned that Sam. Denham’s wife had told
S| aulding’s wile that she heard John
Thomas’ wife say that her in< ther
told her, old Miss Jencks heard Aunt
Fanny Cook say that it was a matter ot
fact. Now who can doubt it ?
We don’t doubt it in the least, but
will wait until John Ford explains the
matter, and there will be no room lor
Wm H. Seward. —This distinguished
man died at bis home on Thursday, Oct.,
Blown to Atoms —Raleigh, N. C.,
October 11. — A terrible explosion shook
every building in the city, followed by
an alarm of (ire. The Sentinel office
was blown to atoms by powder placed
under the building and presses. A
small job press in the composing room,
I which escaped deal ruction, was exam
ined, and a paperofpowder found under
it, with a slow match which had been
lighted but gone out. It is said that
about ten minutes before the explosion
a colored hoy. who lives near the office,
saw two in dviduals running of from
the spot, in the direction of the depot,
with hats in hand. The Sentinel was a
conservative daily paper,edited by lion.
Jos. Turner, a prominent politician.
A good house woman, either white or black, to do
izot Hcryice. Good paid. Apply at this
office. • <r;i!6tf
Thomas Richards & Soil
Daokscllrrs, Nfalisners ,
Doalers in Fancy Goods,
263 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Keep a large flock of n’l kind* and qualified of
Fool f-cap. Letier, Not* nod all Mizes of
And ever/ article of Stationery umU to Counting
and a g r <vil v .r*e yof Fancy Cood - , to *uit ih“
want of Country Merchant-.
An Books wati'fd will he gent bv mail fre« of
ejtpeu*« on reoepl of I* tihi shore* prices.
PI C T U R E s.
W e would respectfully inform ihe ci iz*o<* of
McDuffie f’ouniy, and viol !ty, that w»» wi 1 r.».
m« n hero for
ONE WEEK MOKE,
n»nl fill who (lonite
1 mi: ps* stit> it imcturkm
xtc rMqnpßlo *tn call «t once Wo turn nh, four
Urg- A bum piciuren for
For ©no Dollar :
also Imp rial pictured, in fine fame* for the low
(formal' pHoa four dollar*.) Wh |<-mn-w
Satisfaction to All,
uml will give special attention to the t iking of
Wo will no 1 frame*. Albums &e at v*-rv low pri
ces. rot HI L, w. Fl/>or>.
M ILL! ER Y .
MRS. WORRILL would respect
fully ait l l ♦lie attention of Hie
Ladies o' Thomson and vicinity to her
STOCK OF nSLLIVFItY
and white goods. Also a line assort
Ladies’ Hats made in in the latest
style. Old Hats ret rimed at the lowest
prices. Call and examine, oct 16m3
WILL he sold at public outcry, at
the residence of the subscriber,
in McDuffie county, on Tuesday, the
2!jtt inst., one Twenty-live Horse Pow
er with Locomotive Boiler,
Heater, &c., complete. Also, pulleys
and shafting of different sixes, tools, .fee.
The machinery is first-class, and in per
Oct 16 fit ISAAC ISEUNE.
lJr James June , Admr.. of Juo N. (Vllina,
deed., will smII hi (1. W. Arnold's *tnre, in Thomson.
«»n Sturdily after ooU ol oaoti Wei-k, a variety of
goods and groceries.
At then l*s next 8 iturd.ty a good reeond hand
I»uguy wdl he sold. oct I fit f
G EORQIA —Me Du fie County.
Ik /cicarc Culbrcatk , )
vs. Libel for Divorce.
Sarah Culbrcath. )
It appearing to the Court, from the
return of the Sheriff, that Sarah Cul
breath, \> ito of Delaware Culbreath. and
Defendant in a Libel for Divorce, begun
at the August Term of the Superior
Court of said county, is not a resident
of the county it is hereby ordered that
service be perfected by publication in
the McDuffie Journal, in terms of the
A true copy from the Minutes,
oct 16 lui4m It. 11. PEARCE, Clerk.
Columbia County Adtiiin
ist afors Salt*.
GEORGIA.— Columbia County.
By virtue of an Order from the Cot rt
of Ordinary of said County, the under
signed, as Admr, of John Magahee
dee’d, will sell, at the Court house door
at Appling in sad Countv, in Decem
ber next, a certain tract ot land, contain
ing forty acres, more or less, lying in
what was originally Cherokee County,
and known by the number 452, in the
First District of the Third Section, be
longing to the estate of said deceased.
Sold for the benifit of the creditors and
AY. B. ROEBUCK, Admr.
r> t j
V ( ki-rulai rspa • i-.onuTGsora’.lt .•timsC. nalr.nyl-a*
•lac. A44*e*sU. btiusoa*Ckfc,l\MU*»4,
•rpt 4 V l
This unrivalled M -Jicu..* « warranted not to
comain a »iogle p «»ticl of Murcti y.or any iujuri- '
ous romer*! Btibet;»nc", Hut is
V For forty years a h ,s proved its great - aloe ia all !
of tt,e lire . h„we)a *,,«) kidoev*. Thou
«»(,'!- ot the good and great in ell patieof ih» country
vouch f»»r it* wonderful and peculiar pow*r in puri
lying the blood, g imulating the torpid liv.-r Mid 1,,*-
.1 , and imparting new l.te *nj Vigor to the whole
»v-tem. Simmone' Lire) RcgoUtor iaacktiowjedg.d
to have no equal aa a
It contains four inedi-al .-lenient*, never uo.teH in
in the -ain- happy proportion to any *,-h.-r fi'f-por--
linn, viz ; a gentle G..th irt r. *t w,„ ile.fui I', aio,
an unexceptionable alterative .nd a cerlain 0,,r ect
iv.- of all iitipurit.ee of Ihe b dy. Such signal suc
cess hog attended its use that t> is now regarded as
Groat Unfailing Specific
for liver cnmplaoit a ,and tire piint'u! off -r no thereof,
to wit: l)y-pepaia. Cons ipolioa, J-t.m.l-ce, !id
iotisa'laclta, Sck lleadar-iie, Colic, ih presgioa ot
Sp.r-Is. Sour Bt».tioch, 'l.art Hum. Sc., Sc.
Regulate th Liv r and prevent
CHILLS AND FtVcR. SIMMONS’ LIVER
I* rnainlf.u tufr’d «>n y by
J. H. ZHILIN & CO.,
Muoil. (ill., Mild Ph
Trice ?1 00 per pack ijre ; n- ih i,
paid, Prepared ready f*.r us<s in hot lea,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS-
D-ware of all Cotiulerfmbrand Imiiiitioua.
LADIES’ DRESS G3ODS & TRIMMINGS-
Mrs. F, J. Shiver
HAS jn«t teciivod fr.m l’l,it«delpbi% n fine
. tto-k »f
DRESS GOODS ANDiTRIMMINGS,
.nd inv tea th,. t a ti.g to cn‘l jnd examine before
|,IM- having - lee here ns she I't+i. that -lie
wilt he able to ple.ee m pried and quality. Her
tank consists ol Hows, Kih'-oi-, Drees I'riminiics
ol nil kinds from common in life fioeet quality, and
n'l )ho elcetei.l9 Diet is req lire-Uo makeup a Lady's
Site is well acqnaiulol with dtig market, and fl I
lor* herself that site know* wh* a»e h«r ous.
turners, especially in th-* muorie y-cssa-i-t Hut
'"0 required to Ul tke n dres.od ltd/. |.-r nutlo ts
“((nick 'ales and Smnllf Profits.”
I Como ftutl see for yourse'l. f oct 2m 1
I II AVlf JUST EECEIVED
300 Elnxlielx Oliick, anil U O Slilmiiels Slrown Oaf*
•»9 Z3ja>3s<‘lk -aiivl PraafOaL--!,uni'.i 11 1t’cil
BJuoiieis I’aiu'c Ililivard Lland ISl.ick OaN.
103 rounds Flioice Counfry BSnnis,
70 SSbf*. liiinc.
Which I am offering at close figures for Cash.
Thomson, Go. oclltitf JOHN E. BENTON.
Cjjc out |)rite anti Reliable
BOOT' & SHO® MAN O W AUGUSTA
AGAIN salutes the good people of McDuffie, and invites them when they come to
Augusta to call at the beautiful Shoe Store, a few doors below the Central Hotel,
where they can feast, their eyes on the choicest work ever before broegiit
to this market. He promises all those who honor him with their patronage, a
saving of 25 per cent, in their annual shoe bill, lie will he strictly responsible
for every pair bought at his house, and will cheerfully make reclamatio in every
case where shoes do not give entire satisfaction. His bouse is not sustained by
‘influence,” nor by the services of drummers; the character of the goods he keeps,
the low and uniform prices at which he sells, recommend themselves. Come and
buy vour shoes where you will have the positive certainty of b. ing justly and
poiitely dealt wi'h. ONR PRICE. NO D .UM viERS EMPLOYED. FAIR
DEALINGS. OR NONE. PETER KEENAN.
lt<A ID DO It It FLO IV CEVrStIL E3OTEL, AUGUST A, UA.
NEW GOODS IN EVERV LINE.
IS now receiving a complete stock of Gereral Merchandise, consisting in
part of dry goods, boots ami shoes, clothing, crociery, hardware, woodware
tinware, drugs, fancy goods, uotions ttc.
AL S O
Bacon, corn, oats bari-y, rye, sugar, coffee, syrup, cheese, mackerel &c.
FRIOES TO STTIT. OCTOtf’
Ho! ye (hat are Barefooted
Come to tire Shoe Store.
I HAVE just received the largest and
best stock ot Gents’and Ladies’ Boots
and Shoes. Gaiters. Slippers
ad Rubbers and a general
assortment of Misses’
from SI 75 to S2 00. I propose to
sell at as low figures as can be pur
chased in any city, town villuge or
hamlet in Georgia.
Thanking mv friends for past favors,
I earnestly solicit their future pat
ronage. Call and examine n:v stock,
and I am confident that you will not
fail to make purchases and save expense.
Take due notice and govern yourselves
oct 2tf D. F. IRVING.
17 A. SIMON,
Men’s, Boys’ and Yoj hs’
Gents’ ForaiflJiiiig Gockls, Hate, Trunks, Valises,
*fT 224 Broad Street, 4 Doors below Central
Hotel, Augusta, Ga. oct liml
Fl.liT CLASS 6HOCEBIES!
r, tp. &a»Yo&o & Cq.»
BEG leave to inform their old cus
tomers anil the public generally
that they are constantly receiving and
have on hand a well selected stock of
FIRST CLASS STAPLE Hi Fffi
And every article kept in a good grocery
Having recently commenced business,
we are determined to win patronage by
buying our goods at very low prices
SELLING THEM AT MALL P OFiTS.
Among our slock may found sugar
cured and canvassed hams, flour of all
brands, and at prices to suit the people,
smoked and huK- meats, cheese, crack, rs,
nuts, plain and fancy candies, sardines,
ovslers, fresh salmon, fresh mackerel,
pickles, segai's, tobacco, canned fruits
Call on us and we warrant to give
C. W. Arnold Ac Cos.
Thomson, Ga, [nr 13yl] oet2
“Tall oaks from little acorns grow,
Large streams from little fountains flow.”
P ALL OPENING T
POWELL A ' D MULLEK’B.
THIS popular Southern Dry Goods store bei n? enlarged to twine its former
size, we are prepared to carry a complete stock of everything usually £ent
in a first class Dry G ods Store, and can with safety suv our goods cannot be sur
passed in this market, either in texture, beauty and' variety of styles, or lowness
In our Dress Goods Department will be Yound Silks, Satteens. Cashmeres
\e ours, Merinoes, Henrietta and Empress Cloths, Bombazines, Alpacas. Delaines'
and all of the latest styles in Dress Goods. ’
A fine selection of shawls, cloaks, velveteens, woolens, ladies’ and
underwear. b s
A oeautiful variety of ladies’scarfs, laces, s Ik trimmings, hosiery, notions Ac
A specialty in kid gloves from SI 00 to S3 -50.
All the popular brtnds of bleached, brown, striped and plaid homespuns.
SPMCf&E, Lv&VCEM.YETS TO Mm%Q3&YTS.
We have now arranged our wholesale department, and guarantee prices p!
ther bv the piece or bal as low as can be bought in this market.
We will be glad to see our old customers and make new ones, and everv
effort will be used to give satisfaction.
, , „ POWELL & MULLER,
oct 7m3 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
MW ('LOTIII.VIi AM) HAT STORK,
;No. 238 Broad Street, under Contra! Hotel.
A i r;t S T'nu mV and the puhli general! v for fifteen successive years
at the " pll known “Cooke’s Clothing and "at -itore,” I take ore.r ,I 5
■n annouemg that I have opened well selected and entire new stock of P "
dldi’*, Boys’ and Youth*’
Closing, Ilats, Gaps, Gant’s FiirnisMnj Gdd-13,
And will keep on hand a good assortment of tl.e above -mods
“i' l - me a call and convince yourselves of the ftrt th-.f iT i '*
interest to buy your clothing, hats, &c.f o f ’ ‘ 1 lbe to your
oct. 2m2 HENRY S. JORDAN 1 .
James B. Neal Box,
3 E just received from New V'ork, a well selected stock of goods for
Fan and Winter Use,
Embracing everything in the line of Dry Goods and Notions &c.
i*ISA»Y .« U»E ILOTiIJAL Or’ ALL sSZIA A\» UUXMu*.
Have always on hand a good supply of
f ,i , m if f q a o al2 hies
which are offered at the lowest prices. They invite their friends and customers
to give them a ca l.
st’P 25tf JAMES B. NEAL & SON.
AX» WlJfrSB Go3 D?.i,
[' BEG leave to announce to my friends and the public generally that I have
STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Consisting ol Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, and Notions of 'every description
Rsaiy Made Clothing, Hits, Boots and Sho33.
ft AJIiLY GUOCLitIEB «)F ALL Itl Nl)s.
My stock being an entirely new one, with no old goods on hand, I fesl confident
that I am prepared to suit my custo ners.
All my old friends and former custo ners are invited to call and examine my
stock,and 1 assure them I will take pleasure in showing it to the n. sep2-stf
B. H. BUSH.
A. J. ADK ITS,
BEGS to inform his customers and the public generally that he
has now on hand a well selected stocA of
FALL & W NTER DRY GOODS,
Ladies’ Dress Goods and Fancy Notions of Every Variety
it cab i) iffiibc dP.otjjmg i ;i(l Jlittbs.
HATS, BOOTS AND SHOS3,
Deter nining to sell his goods at the lowest market prices, ho invite the pub
lie to call uud examine for themselves. He lias also for sale the celebrated
HOWE SEWIYG MHLCniYE*
which for durability and execution cannot be exceiied,
Bep 25m3 A, J. ADKINS,