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AMD MACHININY OF AU KINDI,
Small Tools far Ihr farm and Garden, such as Shades,
Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Rakes, Ac., and/or Grass
‘ Books, Scythes, Scot h-Stones, and Agricul
tural Hardware in general.
We offer, also, a large assortment of our own manu
facture of Bay Cutters, Coffee and Grain Mils, Sugar
Mills for Grocers' nse, Store Trucks of various pat
terns, Road Bcrapers, Wheelbarrows, Ac.
Fertlllizers of all kinds, such as Cue's Superphos
phate ot Lime, pure Qronnd Bone, Peruvian Guano,
Every valuable American and Foreign variety of
Vegetable, Flower and Grass Seed and Field Grain that
has proved worthy of cultivation, grown and selected
expressly for our trade.
Sales made in balk, per ponnd or busbel, or in small
packets, for retailing, by the hundred or thousand.
NO. 23 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK,
SF every variety, embracing all the different pat
terns of Flown to use to the Southern States, Com
illera, Hay and Stalk-Cutters, Hone-Powers and
Threshing Machines, Fan-MUl*, Wheel-Barrows, Carts
and Wagons. Cotton Gins, Gin Gear, Plow and other
Casting*, Shovels, Forks, Hoes, Rskes and Garden and
Farm Tools ana Implements of every variety.
Hie choicest Garden and Flower Seeds grown In this
' country or Europe, including every desirable kind and
variety. The utmost care taken to nave those only
which are choice and reliable. Also, Grass, Field and
Bird Seeds of every vsriety.
Bone Dost, Animal Maunre (a preparation of animal
matter, blood and bone), a good substitute for Guano
and cheapest manure in use: Phosphate of Lime,
Land Plaster, Guano, Ac. f
PLANTS, TREES, &c. *
Furnished from the most reliable Nurseries and Grow
car*Orders respectfully solicited.
Letters of inquiry cheerfully responded to and price
lists furnished on application. lawßw-u22
ALL persons having demands against the estate of
Kdigard G. Wilson, deceased, of Chatham county,
are respectfully requested to hand them in properly au
thenticated ; and all persons indebted to tala estate
nr. requested to tmks immediategarment^
nl4 . • Administratrix.
TO THE SHIPPERS OF GOODS BY THE
STEAMER SAVANNAH ON THE 4th
DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1866.
JLL persons Alio shipped Goods by the Steamer Sa
6 van ash, on tbs above named day, are requested
*> caU immediately el tbs store of F. M. Myrell, Esq.,
Harris' Butiding*, Bay street, and identify such goods
at kw bees saved from the wrack of the etesmtr.
J. W. WOLCOTT,
COMPOSED OF IODIDE OF POTASSIUM,
WITH THE COMPOUND CONPKN
TRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF
MOOTS AND HERBS
WM. H, GREGC. M. D„
Graduate of the College qr Physicians ami Surgeons,
Mew Turk ; Jormerly assistant Physician
in Gee MasJnoriVs Island Hospital*
CONSTITUTION LIFE' SYRUP
His produced a revolution to Medicine
What may seem almost incredible is, that many die
eases hitherto considered hopelessly Incurable an he
queutly cured to a few (lavs or weeks; and we cheer
fully invite the investigations of the liberal minded and
scieadffc to curs# which have no parallel at the pres
During the pest five years we have contended with
obstacles aud overcome opposition aa herculean as
were ever encountered by any reformers.
RAPIDITY OF CURE.
r Some say, “Your cures are too quick," while others
doubt their permanence, and think that diseases can
only be cured by the “alow, recuperative process of
N ThU is our reply: In health, the body, like a well
balanced scale, is In a state of equilibrium. Bat when,
from any cause, down goes one aide of the scale, we
have the effects of disease. What is requisite, is W re
store the normal balance of the scale.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Is a positive and specihe remedy for all diseases orlgi
natlng from an impure state of the Blood, and for all
(hereditary; diseases transmitted from parent to child
It is so universally admitted that Constitution Life
Syrup Is the only effective means of restoration to the
various forms of Paralysis, that we need not retterale
that it is emphatically the Great-Life-giving Power.
Indigestion, Weight at Stomach, Flatulence. Lire
Complaint. want of Appetite, Bad Breath,
Struma King's Evil, Glandular Swelling*. Erysipelas,
Ulceration, Salt Rheum.
This taint (hereditary and acquired), filling life with
untold misery, is, by all usual medical remedies, In
[Arthritis], Lumbago, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Gout, Tic
If there is any disease in which the Constitution
Lift Syrup Is a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and it#
kindred affections. The most intense pains are almost
Instantly alleviated—enormous swelling* are reduced.
Case*, chronic or vicarious, of twenty or forty years’
standing, have been enred by us.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Purges the system entirely from all the evil effects o
Mercury, removing the ltad Breath, and curing the
Weak Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the nse or
Calomel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gams,
and secure* the Teeth as firmly asever.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP.
Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases of
tile Skin, like Ulcers, Pimples, Blotches, and all other
difficulties of .his kind, which so much disfigure tbo
outward appearance of both males and females, ofteu
making them a disgusting object to themselves and
FOR ALL FORMS OF ULCERATIVE
Either of the Nose. Throat, TongiA, Spine, Forehead,
or Scalp, no remedy haaevor proved its equal.
Moth Patches upon the female face, depending upon
a diseased actios of the Liver, are very unpleasant to
the young wife and mother. A few bottles of Consti
tution Life Syrup will correct the secretion and remove
the deposit, which is directly under the skin.
r Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Languor, Diszi
neae, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcerated or
cancerous condition of thut organ, accompanied with
burning or other unpleasant symptoms, will be re
lieved by the use of
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP-
Asa General Blood-Purifying Agent, the Life Syrup
stand* unrivaiUtl by any preparation to the world.
THE RICH AND POOR
Are liable to the game diseases. Nature and science
have made the Constitution Life Syrup for the benefit
Produces healthy men and women; and If the consti
tution in neglected to youth, disease and early death is
the result. Do not delsy when the means are so uear
«l hand, and within the reach of aIL
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Ie the poor man's friend, and the rich man’s blessing-.
WILLIAM H. GREGG, M. D.,
Sole Proprietor, New York.
MORGAN A ALLEN,
Wholesale Druggists, Agents,
nSS Sm , 46 Cliff street. New York.
GRIFFING & CO., Proprietors,
Warehouses. 58 & 60 CortMt Street,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN
Plows, • Sugar Mills, Hay Cutter*,
Harrows, Corn Mills, Sausage Cutters,
Cultivators, Cider Mills, Vegetable Cutter
Cotton Sweeps, Fan Mills, Hand Carts,
Hay Presses, Sew Mills, Mule Carts,
Cotton Presses, Com Shelters, Ox Carts,
Cider Presses, Store Tracks, Farm Wagons,
Grain Cradles, Wheelbarrows Horae Powers,
Chums. Sugar Pans, Threshing Mach’s
Ox Bows, Shovels, Cotton Gins,
Ox Yokes, Spader, Mowers A Reap’a.
Well Backets Hoes, Forks, Ac., Ac.
Gardes, Field and Flower Seeds.
Hoyt's Supor-Phoepbate of Lime, Bone Manure, Pou
drette, Piaster, Ac.
Sole agents for Glasgow Fertilizer Co.’s Phoephatlc
and Ammonlated Guano, and Snper-Phosphata ot
Lime, and Brace'* Concentrated Manure.
Trade supplied. Order direct from
GRIFFING A CO..
n23-3m 68 and 60 Conrtlandt it., New York.
THE undersigned promise* to core
in all its worst forms without the nse of medicine.—
Pleas* send for my Circular, enclosing 10 cents for
postage. Address ' J. M. RUSSELL,
octlO-Sm Boston. Mas*.
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The Gre at Invention of the Age
J. W. Bradlev’s Sew Patent Dupes Ellip
tic (or Dou.’ile) Spring Skirt.
THIS Invention cona.'st* or Duplex (or two; EltoUc
Pure Refined Steel Springs, ingeniously braided
tightly and firmly together, edge to edge, making the
toughest, most flexible, elastic and durable Spring
ever used. They seldom bend or break, like the sin
gle Spring*, and consequently preserve their perfect
and beautiful shape more than twice as long us any
Stogie Spring Skirt tbat ever bae or can oe made.
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt
will be experienced particularly in all crowded Aeiem
bUes, Operas, Carriages. Railroad Cars, Church Pews,
Arm Chairs, for Promenade and Bouse Dress, as the
Skirt can be folded when to use to occupy a small
place as easily and conveniently as a Silk or Muslin
A lady having enioved the pleasure, comtort and
great convenience of wearing the Duplex Elliptic
Steel Spring Skirt for a stogie day will never after
wards willingly dispense with their use. For children,
mlssrn and young ladies they are superior to all oth
The Hoops are covered with 2 ply double twisted
thread and will wear twice as long as the single yam
covering which is used on all Stogie Steel Hoop Skirts.
The three bottom rods on every Skirt are also Double
Steel, and twice or double covered to prevent the cov
ering from wearing off the rods when dragging down
stairs, stone steps. Ac., which they are constantly
subject to when in use.
All are made of the new and elegant Cu.ded Tapes,
and are the best quality to every part, giving to the
wearer the most graceful and perfect shape possible
and are unquestionably tbe lightest, most desirable,
comfortable and economical Skirt ever made.
WESTS', BRADLEY A CARY, (late J. I. A J. O.
West,; Proprietor* of the Invention, and Sole Manu
facturers, 27 Chambers and 79 and 81 Reads streets,
For sale in all first class stores in this city, and
throngUlnt tbe United States and Canadas, Havana
-de Cuba, Mexico, South America, and the West In
09* Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or doable)
Spring Skirt. - Jyß Stf
New York Piano Fortes.
New Scale First-Class
Factory; 122, 1241126 East 221 St..
RESPECTFULLY announces tbat his Large New
Factory is now completed, fully organised, and in
successful operation, by means of which he has greatly
increased bis manufacturing facilities. He will there
fore be abl* henceforward to tnm out 86 Pianos per
week, to supply orders promptly, without that incon
venient delay to which Dealers and Purchasers have
been subjected, from the fact that for more than two
years past he has been continually a hundred instru
ments behind orders. A fall assortment at ail times
may be found at bis Manufactory and Warerooms in
New York City. Every instrument fully warranted.
Retail Warerooms, 743 Broadway. 3m-nl6
Os best quality, 60x68 per lineal yard.
For sale by
FOWLS A CO,
JnU * 6m No. 70 Broadway. N. Y.
A NEAT and commodious Cottage Dwelling, with
brick oatbouses attached, will be sold if applied
for immediately, situated in Robertsville, on Roberts
street. Price, $3,000. Apply to
- Z. M. WINKLER,
At Henry Wayne’s Stables,
n2l-tf West Broad street.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON NEW YORK.
For sale by
,cpls BRIGHAM. BALDWIN A CO.
*ln sums to salt purchasers, by
sep2B-tf B F. METCALFE&CQ.
SO ITT HERN
Exporting and Importing
nnHIS association Is prepared to make advances in
X currency of Gold on consignments of Cotton,
Naval Stores, Lumber, Ac., to their -agent to Liver-
solicited.for goods from merchants and plan
ters. The strictest attention will be paid to all orders
however small, for goods ffom England, France or
Germany. Our Savannah and Charleston Agents,
being salaried, make no charge for forwarding either
way and will tarnish circular of details.
* R. F. FLOYD, President,
Asms:—E. T. Paine. Liverpool, England; B. E.
Screven, Charleston, 8. C.; Henry Bryan, Savannah,
Ga. 3mos **P lB
Braavwa Wilms's liU to asccan Naoao
Eqraun sanies »i Law.—Tßs ixllowtng
bill wm tatrafinacd by Mt Wilaoc at Mama
chusetts, At lb* Itrst dap • Melos oi lb*
Senate A Wishing 100 dispatch say* he
iateuJi to proas it to sa roily vote, sa he
consider# Dial the modi lion ol affairs la tits
South is such ss to 4—fl imperatively
prompt action In the premise#
As Act to maintain the freedom ol the inhabi
tants in the States declared is' insur
rection sod rebellion by the Proclamation
of the President of the Ist ol July, ISO.
Be it enaeted, Ac., that all laws, statutes,
acts, ordinances, rules and regulations of soy
description wbatevsr, heretofore in force or
held valid in say of the Stoles which wen
declared to be in insurrection and rebellion
by the Proclamation .of tbe President of the
first of July, 1862, whereby or wherein any
inequality ot civil rights and immunities
among the Inhabitants of said - States is re
cognized , authorized, established or main
tained by reason ot or in consequence of any
distinctions or differences of color, race or
descent, or in consequence of a previous con
dition or state t>f slavery or involuntary ser
vitude of such inhabitants, be and are hereby
declared null and void ; and it shall be un
lawful to institute, make, ordain or establish
in any of the States declared as aforesaid to
be in insurrection and rebellion, any such law,
statute, act, ordinance, rule or regulation,
or to enforce or to attempt to enforce the
Section Second.— And be itfuither enacted
that any person who shall violate either ot
the provisions of this act shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be
punished by a fine not less thao five hundred
nor exceeding ten thousand dollars, and by
imprisonment not less than six months nor
exceeding five years; and it shall be the duty
of the President to enforce the provisions of
A New Sooiicisiic Ordee. —A man named
Thomas Cook, living at Huntsville, Indiana,
has established anew socialistic community
at tbat place. It is styled “The Independent
Order of Free and Independent Men and
Women,” and declares all its members inde
pendent and free of all external powers, such
as human rulers and human governors, so
far as it is possible for human aoals at pre
sent to be. There will be no priest, Ung,
president, governor, or other functionary; no
master ana slave, no husband and wire, no
landlord and tenant. The children, in a cer
tain sense, will lie given “the deraocratle
power of choosing their own parents. ” With
this preface no one will be surprised to learn
tbat tbe principles ot force and compulsion
are discarded; tbat each member is guided
and governed by the spirit of perfect lava,
which gives an unbounded spirit of charity
and forbearance, easts out doubting, eman
cipates the soul from all forms and conven
tionalities, and gives unrestrained freedom.
Mr. Cook has Begun the publication of a
journal denominated the True Union,
or Scientific Socialist, supporting these prin
ciples, and proclaims himself ss the second
Christ, regularly succeeding Jesus of Naza
The Cotton Supply. —A letter is publish
ed from Consul Dudley, in the Liverpool pa
pers, regarding the cotton supply from Am
erica. Mr. Dudley appends a letter address
ed to him on the 27th of October by Secre
tary McCulloch, who says that from the best
information he could obtain, he estimated
the old cotton in the Southern States fit for
market at tbe time of the capture of Savan
nah, did not exceed one million es bales.
This year’s crop, he adds, will probably not
exceed 300,000 bales. Mr. Dudley says that
when recently in America, he made most
anxious inquiries on the subject, and he es
timated the present amount of cotton on
hand at little over seven hundred thousand
bales, including the new crop.
The Policy of the Govzbnment win
Rboard to the Navy.— The Secretary of
the Ngvy in his Report, says:
“The true policy of the Qovernment with
regard to our naval force in time of peace
will be to keep our iron clads laid up in fresh
water, in perfect fighting order. Our largest
steamships should remain in ordinary, dis
tributed among the principal commercial
cities, while there should be a force afloat
sufficient to visit annually, if necessary, every
navigable port on the globe where trade
A FesAn Duel.— The Liverpool Post pub
lishes a circumstantial account of a duel re
cently fought near that city, in which an
American Fenian General named William
Brown, was one of the principals, and receiv
ed a slight wound in the hip The story is
vouched tor as authentic, and is said to have
been hushed up until the General departed
for New York, which he did on the 18th.—
His antagonist was a Liverpool antfc-Fenian.
Joseph Wilkinson.— This prominent citi
zen of New Orleans died in tbat city on the
15th inet. He was a native of Kentucky,
but emigrated to Louisiana in 1808. Be be|d
office under Louisiana when a Territory of
the Union. He eerved in the United ficatM,
Navy in the war of 1812-16.
It is said that .simultaneously with the
proclamation terminating the suspension of
the writ of habeas corpus in the loyal States
President Johnson has issued an order re
moving the telegraphic censonship upon the
press everywhere within the bounds of the
Exemption Law.—The Mississippi legisla
ture has passed the exemption bill over
the governor’s veto. It exempts from exe
cution of judgement $3,000 worth of prop
erty belonging to the head of a family, child,