MRS. WORUILL would respect
fully call the attention of the
Ladies of Thomson and vicinity to her
STOCK OF .HILLITERS’
and white goods. Also a fine assort
Ladies’ Hats made in in the latest
style. Old Hats retrimed at the lowest
prices. Call and examine. octltimU
Thomas Richards & Son,
Dealers in Fancy Goods,
2&3 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
Keep * Urge stock of ell kinds and qualities of
Fools-cap, Letter, Note aud all aizea of
And e»er/ article of Stationery uned in Counting
and a great variety of Fancy food*, to suit ih c
wants of Country Merchant..
Anv Hooka wanted will he sent by mail free of
aipeuoe ou receptof I'ublishers' prices.
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES!
Cm W. ti&NOEc® <£• €q.b
BEG leave to inform their old cus
tomers and the public generally
that they are constantly receiving arid
have on band a well selected stock of
FIT HISS STAPLE AM FAICY
OROCE R I B S ,
And every nrticle 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 SMALL PROFITS.
Among our stock mny found sugar
cured and canvassed hams. Hour of all
brands, and at prices to suit the people,
smoked and bulA meats, cheese, crackers,
Duts, plain and fancy candies, sardines,
oysters, fresh sulmon, fresh mackerel,
pickles, segars, tobacco, canned fruits
Call on us and we warrant to give
CL W. Arnold Sc Cos.
Thomson, Ga. [mr 13yl] oct2
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION t
marry on th* physiological
Guide. I SRV.T.v.Astixr'jsraJ
UtMl discoveries In producing and preventing offsprtog,
how to prosorw tbs completion, Ac.
Thlal ■ an Interesting work • f two hundred nnd slity
ttl „ with numerous engravings, and cantalna valuable
Uforosettou fhr tboae who are marrled.or eontemplatamai
rtaas. RtUlHlan book that ought to ba kept undar look
usd key, and notlnld caraloaaly about the bouaa.
It eontaina the aaperlaoco and advice oil phvalolaa
*®.Vu.*»oJ of for Flflr C..U.
Addraas Dr. Bntu UUpanaary.No. la «. Eighthalra«l
•t. Louie, Mn.
Voiles to tbs Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Bator# applying to tba notorious quaoks who advtrlls#in
EbUn papers,or using any quaok remedlaa Peruse Dr.
itta' work no matter what your disease is, or how deplor*
. .oubi. ...» .r .«.»■«,«
HM,:! atndor.od by Mott eel.br.wa modi
wlp.b..,. »f Ihl. rounuy ui .utop., >.d ... M ..»-
aulud MT»n.llT or by moil, o. ihodi.OKio. mooilonodl.
KMI «i p.rlin.lf.. It N. El|btb BVMt
Mini aut.l »4 Übt.oui, 81. Louli, Ho.
1 H 7 ti
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
I have received the Largest and Best
Assorted Stock of
Fall and Winter llrcs* (wood*
That it has been my good fortune to
show since the war, comprising all the
new kinds ol goods, shades and colors.
1 have the Pluin and Reps Henrietta
Cloths, new style, for Dresses, of the
difier&nt shades and colors.
.A. Xj 3? A O -A. S,
In the way of Alpacas, I have the
Colored Bereah, Stiriped and Reps.
Os Black Alpacas, I only keep the
Buffalo brand. These goods never
A large lot of Shawls, Scarfs, Neck
Ties and Sash Ribbons.
In the way of Cassinets, Tweeds,
Cassimers aud Kentucky Jeuns, my
stock is very large; in lact, everything
usually kept in a First Class Dry Goods
Store may be found here.
Gray Blankets and White Blankets
—lO-4,11-4,12-4 —in great variety.
I would respectfully ask all of my
old friends to call and look for them
selves. If the Goods Suit, the Prices
Augusta Ga. novGml
j. m. bTrfieldT
I AM permanently located in Thom
son, and am prepared to cut and
make to order suits on the most reason
able terms, and in the very latest styles
aud fashions. An experience of thirty
years in the business satisfies tne that I
can guarantee satisfaction in every in
Call and see me, next door above
J. H. Stockton’s store.
novl3thtf J. M. BARFIELD.
WILL be sold, on the first Tuesday
in December next, between
the lawful hours ol sale, before the
Courthouse door, in Thomson, McDuffie
County, Ga., a tract of land in the
Dearing District of said County, be
tween the Ga. R, R., and the Good
rich R. R., about 1 mile from the for
mer, and J mile from the latter, adjoin
ing the lands of A. E. Sturgis, and
others, containing about 430 acres, 40
Also one other tract about 1 mile be
low the Dearing Depot, adjoining the
lands of Morison and others, containing
207 acres more or less, most of it cleared.
Terms: one half cash; the balance
Ist Nov., 1873 with interest from date.
These lands formerly belonged to the
estate ol James Ivey.
I will also sell, at private sale, a
tract of lar.d near Thomson containing
abort 150 acres and known as the
Also the lot and building thereon, in
Thomson, lying next to the Rail Road,
the store-rooms now occupied by
Adkius and Shank; or an interest of
one half in the same.
Also a bouse and lot in the rear of
Mrs. McElroy’s premises, containing
about one acre.
oct3otf JAMES R. WILSON.
JJHif IJtroml Hr., AiiffUMtu, On.
Rectifiers, Redistillers, Importers and
Wholesale Dealers in
Til BYE II COM WHISKIES.
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
1C ii in,
Also a Superior Article of
TOBACCO AND SKOARS OF EVERY VARIETY.
Tax Collector’s Notice.
I" WILL meet the citizens of the Cimntv at the
following Preoinota this month, for the pur
pose of collecting the State and County Taxes :
Thomson, Saturday’s, Nov. 9th, ltith,23d and :10th.
Wrighteboro’, Monday’h Nov. 11th, 18th and 2ath.
Republican, Tuesdays Nov. 12th, 19th and 2(>th.
Dearing, Wednesday’s Nov. 18th, 20th and 27th.
Mt. Auburn, Thursday's Nov. 11th, 21st and 28th.
I earnestly request all tar payors to meet mo
promptly at the above appointments, prepared
to settle thoir taxes, as I am instructed by the Or
dinary of the county to issue executions against all
delinquents after the first day of January next,
11. \V. YOUNG, Tax Collector of McDuffie Cos.
GEORGIA —Me Dufjie County-
NOTICK is hereby given to all per
sons holding claims against the
estate of E. O. Wade, deceased, late of
said County, to present them duly au
thenticated, within the time prescribed
by law to tho undersigned, or the same
will be forever barred, and those owing
said estate must make payment imme
diately or suits will be commenced,
novl 3d30 ANDERSON IVEY, Admr.
House and Lot for Sale.
OFFER for sale my dwelling House
li and Lot, situated in the suburbs of
the town of Thomson. The dwelling
contains six plastered rooms. There is
a good kitchen, Servants House, Smoke
house, Dairy and Stable on the Premi
ses. The lot contains 4 9-10 acres of
good land, enclosed with a substantial
plank fence. The buildings and yard
have been newly painted and thorougly
repaired. The yard (both front and
back) is beautifully shaded with native
oaks, making it one of the most pleas
ant and desirable homes in and around
our town. Apply to
JOHN E. BENTON.
Thomson Ga., Nov. 13th 1872 ts.
"R. H. BUSH, Agent.
I am agent for the following Standard Fertilizers,
and will take pleasure in supplying all those in need
of a good manure
E. Frank Coo’s Guano
To any of my planting friends desirous of pnr
chasing the very best standard Fertilizers, I am
prepared to furnish them on the most reasonable
oct 30tf R. H. BUSH, Agent.
The Gales of Araby are not spicier
than the aroma of the fragrant Sozodont imparts
ot the breath. Nor is the heart of the ivory nut
whiter than the teeth that are cleaned daily with
that matchless fluid. .
. JuL JDUoJCL.
Fall- and Winter Ck-oods
BEG leave to announce to my friends and the public generally that I have
just returned from New York, having purchased a large and well selected
STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Consisting of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, and Notions of 'every description
Ready Made > thing, ats, Baots and Shoes-
FAMILY ROCERIE* OF ALL KIYIH.
My stock being an entirely new one, with no old goods on hand, I leel confident
that I am prepared to suit mycustomers.
All my old friends and former customerare invited to call and examine my
stock, and I assure them I will take pleasure in showing it to them. sep2stf
R. H. BUSH.
J. II- Montgomry
Dress Go ds From 20 Cents t ( » SI.OO per Yard.
IBEG leave to call attention to my large and well selected stock, now being
received. Scotch plaids, solid and figured satteens, black, white and lilac
alpaca’s, Irish linens, white, brown ami red damasks, napkins, cotton diapers,
bed spreads &c. White and grey blankets. Black silk velvet ribbons. Dress
trimmings and buttons in great varieties. Corsets and lioopskirts. Ladies’ linen
and lac-collars. Hair switches and braids. Ribbons, full line. Ladies’ hats of
all the latest styles. Clothing Boots and shoes. Bridles, whips, &c. Hats,
Hardware. Crockery and glassware. A full linn of millinery goods, Ladies’
hats, trimmed and untrimmed, sash trimmings, taffeta ribbons. Ladies’ shawls
of the latest styles. Hosiery, gloves, &c. My stock of dty and dress goods
have been carefully selected, and much larger than ever before.
ootttaS J - H. MONTGOMERY.
m . _
FALL. 1072 WINTER.
IIAN A €AiS!liB,
TAKE pleasure in announcing to the citizens of McDuffie county and vicinity
that they have just received a
LA-RGmST 2STD ATTRACTIVE CD3 t OF
Seasonable Dry Goods.
Eveiy department is well supplied and will be kept so, by daily arrivals all
I through the Season.
We hope by offering only first class goods at the lowest living prices, and
strict attei tion to the demands and tastes of the community, to merit your confi
dence and patronage.
| We give ; rompt and stri-.t attention to orders, and pre-pay expenses when
the amount is #lO or over.
With thanks for past favors, we remain very respectfully, oct2m3
1872- Fall -inti Winter. 1872.
P. & M Gallaher,
190 Broad Street, Augusta) tSa.
RE now receiving, and will continue to receive during the Season,
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK
That they have ever offered to the publie. Their friends and tho public-generally
are invited to inspect it.
We are determined not to be undersold, and in this connection will state to
our friends and patrons that we are prepared to sell them! goods at the lowest
Everything usually kept in a first class dry goods establishment can be
found at our Store.
Call, examine and judge for yourselves.
Augusta, Ga., oct 2rn3
Magnificent Display of Dry Goods at
JAMES A. GRAY & CO’S.,
19-1 A 190 BK»AI> STREET, AUGUST 1, «A.
Beg to inform their friends, and the public, that they are now receiving the
largest and most complete assortment of
ever brought to this market.
With an experience of twenty-eight years, caterring for the States of Georgia
and South Carolinan, and with ample means to make all our purchases for cash,
and with splendid rooms, and light to display our Magnificent Stock, having
four floors, forty-one feet wide and one hundred and twenty-five feet deep, as
clear and light as day in all parts.
We feel perfectly confident in assuring our friends, and the public generally,
that we will guarantee all goods leaving our house to be of the very best quality,
and we further guarantee them to be as cheap as can be purchased at any res
pectable House in New York. Getting accustomed to our new and splendid
head-quarters, and appreciating the same, we venture the assertion that we have
the most magnificent display of Dry Goods ever seen in Georgia since the forma
tion of the State.
It requires little reasoning that the greater the sales, the smaller the profits.
Five per cent, on a million is better thau forty per cent, on a hundred
We aim at a Million sales annually, we veuture the prediction that the buis
ness, will follow.
We request the closest scrutiny of our goods, and prices fearing not the com
petition of the world.
1 We will show oar goods and will send samples free of charge by Mail.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES OF
BOOTS <fc SHOES
A MEMBER of the firm being in Boston and other leading Shoe markets ten
days before the Boston fire, and having purchased largely for our Winter
trade, we now offer to our customers and the public generally
One Thousand Oases
Boots and Shoes
AT THE 10W PRICES
At which we have been selling during the past three months, Our stock com
prises everything found in a
FIRST-GLASS SHOE STORE.
All goods warranted to be as represented. Our motto is'; “Quick sales and small
profits.” Dealers and all others wanting goods in our line will find it to their in
terest to give us a call. GALLAHEK & MULHERIN.
nov2om3 289 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia.
People’s Clothing Store?
W. A. BAMiEY, Agent.
26S BROAD STREET, AUGUSIA, GA.
Has Now in Store, and Arriving Daily,
THE LARGEST ANO MOST ELEGANT STOCK OF CLOTHING
For men, boys, and children ever offered in the city of Augusta, and none larger
in the State. Also, the latest styles of hats, caps and furnishing goods of every
kind. Country Merchants can be furnished for cash, or C. Q. D., as cheap, as in
the city of New York. Measures taken for wedding, ball, and party Suits, and
made in the very latest style, and warrantea to please. Intact, orders will be
taken for any special Aim! of goods not usually kept in this city. No person in
want of fine, fashionable, well made and stylish clothing, for men, boys orchilJren,
hats, caps, furnishing goods, trunks, valises, &c., should fail to examine this stock
before purchasing. Oui motto will he: The People’s Clothing Store—Small
Profits, QuicA Sales, and For Cash. Next to Butt, Boyce & Cos., and T. W. Car
wile & Cos. nov2om3
Manhood,How Lost, How. Restored
Fust published, anew edition
I * )r Culverwell's Celebrated
I WfH&lijra I Ksaay on the radical cure
I f I without medicine; of Sper
-1 1 latorrhoea or Seminal Weak*
m.sH, Involuntary Seminal Looses, Importency,
Mental and Physical, Incapacity, Impediments to
Marriage, etc, also, Consumption, Epilepsy and
Eitar induced by self indulgence or sexual extrav
Price, in a cealed envelope, only f» cents
The celebrated anther, in this admirable essay,
clearly demonstrates from a thirty years’ success
ful practice, that the alarming consequences of
self-abuse may be radically cured without the
dangerous use of internal medicine or the appli
cation of the knife: pointing out a mode of cure
at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of
which every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himsely cheaply, privately, and
This Lecture should be in the hands of every
youth and every man in the land
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, postpaid on receipt of six cents, or two
Also, Dr. Culverwell’s “Marriage Guide,” price
Address the Publishers.
Oil AS. .1.0. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery. New York, Post Olßc® Box 4,51*6 I
jail. 24, Iy
LUMBER. LUMBER. LUMBER!
ANY quality or quautitv of Pin** Lumber de
livered it Thomson, or 14 Mile Post on the
Georgia Raili Dad, low for cash.
Poplar, Oak or Hickory
Lumber sawed to fill orders at special rates.
Lumber at Mill.
Ist, class Weather Boarding Sl6 00
2d, class 14 00
Ist, class Flooring 16 00
2d, class “ 14 00
Ist, class Palings 17 00
Paling Ix3 16 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 S 00
J. T. KENDRICK
February 21, 1 872. 7m6
Manufacturer and Deale? in
Mouldings, Odd Size Sashes, Door
Frames, and all necessary trim
mings used in the
Erection of Buildings,
All patterns of
PiamET Few ci*yg •
Also House Carpentering, Furni
ture Manufacturing, and Gene
ral Machine Repairing, done
at shortest notice.
J3P* Prompt attention to house Paint
ing. Call on
may22tjanlß73 Saw Dust, Georgia.
IDIR. HOLT i AUNT ID,
Can be found at his Operating Room
in Thomson, Ga.,on the first .Monday in
each mouth, where he will remain one
or two weeks, except in “cases of sicA
ness.” August 7tf
1 (•AArMilxv! A rcnt» wanted! All classes of wnrtclnjjp**
10 fde.of elthei •ex.youn* or old. make more money At
iro:k for us in t... ir spare moments or all the time than atanyihiac
•!>«. Particular* Xr m. jLUtomO. Stiaswn * Cos., Pm Land, 4U.ua.
E. O’DONNELL. JAMES BURKE.
IP m. Short tv iI h
O’Donnell & Burke,
942 ISroari Sfreel,
UNDER THE CENTRAL HOTEL.
oct 23m3 Augusta, Georgia.
M O’DOWD & CO
No, 284 Broad Street,
HAS on hand and for sale, at the lowest market
prices, for cash or good factor’s acceptances,
payable next Fall, a fuU scock of
Choice Groceries & Plantation
among which may be found the following :
SO hhds. D. R. bacon sides
10,000 lbs D. 8. shoulders
10 casks hams
100 packages lard
200 boxes cheese
800 bids flour, all grades.
800 sacks oats
40 “ seed rye
100 bbls. Irish potatoes
100 packages new Mackerel—Nos. 1, 2 and 8
100 “ extra mess Mackerel
10 bbls. bucKwheat
100 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 “ lobsters, 1 and 2 lb. oans
200 gross matches
200 boxes candles
50,000 Charles Dickens segars
m 50,000 Georgia Chiefs “
50,000 our choice “
200,000 various grades “
5,000 bnshels com
25 hhds. Demarara sugar M
35 hhds. 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 Rio coffee
50 “ Lagaayra coffee
50 pockets old Government Java ooffee
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
50 bbls. Old Valley whisky
200 bbls. rye whisky, all grades
50 bbls. pure com whisky
30 bbls. brandy, gin and ram
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 cases Schnapps
100 cases bitters
200 boxes tobacco, all grades
100 cases smoking tobacco, all grades.