TV Savannah Daily Herald.
BY 8. W. .MASON A CO.
tiAMI’KL. W. MASON. *MU»r.
W. T THOMPSON,.... »««•»'• Editor.
SAVANNAH. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER *7. ls« j
Christmas —This time-honored
ry whs celebrated with the usual observances
day before yesterday, all classes appearing
to enter into the festivities of the season with
spirit and zest. The boys were on hand at
earH dawn with guns, pistols, poppers, horns
and all the various implements by which a
noise adequate to the festive occasion could
be awakened, and did not cease from their’
public-spirited efforts until a late hour at
night. The streets were filled roost of the
day with happy throngs, old and young, and
nil, white and black, seemed to be bent on
In the evening there were many family
parties, and the sound ot music and glad
voices in many brilliantly lighted halls gave
assurance of the festivity and mirth within.
There were grand Christmas entertain
ments at the Yolk's Garden, and at the Hall
of the Savannah Turnvereln, which were
well attended and most admirably conducted.
Among the many displays of Fire Works
during the evening we noticed that of Mr. L.
Y. Stuart at his house in Jones street. The
display was very grand, consisting of sky
rockets, Roman candles, serpents, wheels,
Bengola lights, balloons, <fcc., during the
height of which the 12th Maine Baud, under
the guidance of its able leader, Mr. Melville
Andrews, favored the party with a delight
ful serenade in their usual excellent style,
much to the gratification of the guests. They
were thanked and invited to partake of the
hospitality of the house in a neat and appro
priate speech, and the whole affair passed off
in a manner highly gratifying to those pre
sent, all of whom seemed to enjoy them
selves to the top of their bent. Hilarity and
social enjoyment ruled the hour as though
there was no longer a North or a South, but
all were brethren and friends. May such
feelings continue to be cherished by the citi
zens of Savannah. , .
We take pleasure in recording the fact
that notwithstanding the indulgence and li
cense of the day, which was shared more or
less by all classes, there was even less disor
derly conduct than is usual on such occa
sions. Our colored population conducted
themselves throughout the day and night, as
far as we could learn, with a propriety and
decorum highly creditable to them as a class.
ludeed, we heard of no disturbances, except
in a single instance in which some white
men raised a rumpus with a party of negroes
in the vicinity of the Atlantic and Gulf Rail
road. They were promptly arrested.
The Lamar Cotton Case.
TRIAL OF MR. G. B. LAMAR, SR., FOR
• AN ATTEMPT TO BRIBE
U. S. OFFICERS.
FIRST DAY’S PROCEEDINGS.
(Reported for the Heru.d.]
The Military Commission engaged upon
the trial of Mr. G. B. Lamar, was organized
yesterday under the orders of Maj. Gen.
Brannan, being the same ns that employed
in the late trials of Bradley and Gen. Mer
cer. Capt. Watrous, 108d Regt. U. 8. C. T.
is the Judge Advocate, and is assisted by
Capt. Thompson, 12th Maine liegt. as legal
Mr. Lamar appeared with Messrs. Lloyd
and Hnrtridge of this city as counsel.
Upon the opening of the Court the prison
er wns formally arraigned and the charges
and.specifications were read to him.
The charges are in substance as follows :
Ist. Charging Q. B. Lamar with conspi
racy with James L. Seward, Arthur P.
Wright and G- B. Lamar, Jr.,' to embezzle
2ud. Charging him with unlawfully ap
propriating to himself Government cotton,
with intent to defraud the United States.
3d. Charging him with attempting to bribe
various military and civil U. S. officials,
among whom are named Col. W. K. Kim
ball, 12th Maine Yois., Major G. A. Hast
ings, 12th Maine Yols., A. G. Browne, Jr.,
Treasury Agent, and W. A. Beard, Govern
The specifications which enumerate in
stances sustaining the above general charges,
chief among which is the unlawful appro
priation of a lot of cotton—67 bales marked
B—we fined it impossible to make room for
After the reading of the charges aud speci
fleati. >’lß, the accused, through his counsel
catered a plea to the jurisdiction of the Court,
denying that it had authority to try the cate.
The room was cleared and the Court de
liberated with closed doors upon the plea.
After deliberation, t he Court announced that
, the plea was overruled and that the trial
The defendant then pleaded “Not guilty.”
The case was at once opened by the Goy-
Capt L. Bunnell, U. S. Detective, was call
ed as the first witness.
He testified that he was at Tbomasville,
Ga., during the latter part of November,
under military orders , that there on Nov.
29th, be was present, at the office of A. G.
Browne, Jr. IJ. 8. Treasury Agent, when a
conversation occurred between Mr. Browne
and Mr. G. B. Lamar, Jr. In conse
quence of certain statements made by Mr.
Lamar, in # which conversation, he
(Captain Bunnell,) later in the forenoon
arrested Mr- Lamar, Jr., and seized his pa
Certain papers seized at this time were
here id.-utified by Capt. Buuuell, and nut
into the case for the Government.
Capt. Bunnell lurlber testified that he then
came to Buvannah, and on December td,
under orders from Ms] Oeu. Brennan, » r
rested Mr. G. B Lamar, Hr., and seized cer
tain of his papers.
These papers also were theu put into the
csk try the Government, and the resdipe of
pari of them consumed the remainder of the
The (ollnwtng are me papers read, m full,
Being part ol a M ints of louurs iron u |t
Lamer, Jr, Irugt TUouraavtlle, in hts urn la
Hi 6 If Lsoiar, iu (Ms c||y , ffi, ~*4^
• il Which wUI Ire coirtluumt this Hhifittligl
liese TJacu —l lease with ir#u. in die
mu*Uos, tthmh a til carry the it hales firms
trouble and annoy aoce, everybody, with one
ortwo ex;epnons. working ag»'«*‘ *»'«• 1
shall go to Ulackabeat on Friday to ate l*.|
Kimball anpoirtment. lam thrown and have
been on'un m*n judgment, aud have done my
beat which I hope .wdl give aatialacl.on I
i am anxious to see you. I have followed your
instl unions as far as possible, and have gone
i outside ot them when it was impossible, but
1 nope to get cotton..
G. B Laiur, J
I shall be at Quitman until Friday morn
ing and then at Black»h«»r. .Oft-
Thomasvuxe, Ga., Nov
Dear you w. I hud
list of tbe marks new and old ot cotton
Shipped by Beard _ Beard’s
I hope it will reach you iu
traiu left ou Monday. 1 b ®' ie^ e Haves 1
correct as it was tunusjjdI b> M• k j
am of opinion, tiowe**;*,
Beard', cotton is 'V. A.
B with a circle around tbe letters.
Beard is polite to me, bul ls exceeding bit
ter against you for remarks yon made to
him on the Object of stealing cotton I saw
s orders, and be also has promised me a
list If the mark* he intends to ship, which
will aid me. I waited all last week to get a
screw, and was obliged at last to pay BMO
for the one opposite the hotel. 1 shall com
mence to-morrow, and will ship as fast as
possible. 1 wish you would jntevourown
insructions to Dillon, aid tell George
what you wish done in Savannah. 1
shall not haul the cotton wmefi is
stored in plantations, until I get aWay
what is here and until Beard leaves, for he
may give me trouble; and provided the cot
ton is not here and on his list, he cannot, un
der his orders, seize it. 1 don't apprehend i
anv conflict with him. . ,
He has turned ovar to me 27 bales marked
[LJ, and it is now in the depot.
The cotton at Mr. Edwards, [IP- 1 3*
I cannot get until Beard returns. He is
now at Doctortown. Ma*or Manning re used
to give it to me until he saw Beard, and Beard
promised to furnish me with the order for
it—which he did not do. it is
there and I hope to get it, though 1 don t un
derstand whvthey send me fromi one to the
other K'unball is not here, but will be Ueie
on Ttiesdayhl am afraid that he too intends
dmihle dealins. He says that he will give
me an order to ship only those marks which
vour list calls for, which you furnished Gen.
fiman so that I shall mark a the cotton
with those mark*, new and old, of each bale,
also*tl!e°wcight' I shall have to buy a pair
of scales if 1 cannot hire a pair.
I was informed yesterday that Kimball
was laughing in his sleeve for having caught
me swearing to the I and E cotton for pri
vate cotton. I intend to call him to account
for it, and at least to make him deny it. Col.
Screven is here and says he will burr) the
cotton off as fast as possible for me. Re
member to write Dillon what to do and coun
termand all my orders to him. I have not
beard of tbe fate of the lots I shipped
him. 1 expect, however, that Beard has
gone there to seize them. You know the
lots, but I mention them again, (S) "< b»A,
II 4 r > BW B. B—B marked L. C., the rest
I, A O L. Dillon may have changed the
E&E as directed, i shall write him again
today, not to ship until he hears from you.
Although not a part of my duty,! will take
tbe liberty of suggesting that you see tbe
firm of O Fallou & Cos. \ou may be able to
do something through them. Gray has
SIO,OOO stock in tbe I & E Cos., and is anx
ious of course, to realize. Beard has the in
fluence, and if you can get him to use it tor
you, it will be of immense assistance.
For gracious sake, take up those drafts on
our firm and let McDonald, Treasurer of the
Road, understand that they were drawn on
your responsibility, as it may injure our
firm, and upon reflection it was a dangerous
move for me, but 1 was put to it, and bad to
act at once. I know that it will be all right,
but I don t plant our reputation to suffer, so
early in the action at least.
I have a pretty thorough understanding
now about that mass of papers you. left
with me, and hope to be able to go through
to your satisfaction, f shall hold the receipts
I have except where lots are complete, and
in that ease I shall turn over the receipt;
otherwise I will receipt for so much cotton—
as your agent.
Write me and let me know of any changes
which have occurred or may occur, lam
afraid that this man Crowell is prowling
around to your disadvantage- I have takeu
a violent prejudice to the dog—it annoys me
to look at him. You need not fear that my
prejudice will injure your business. I shall
control it as far as possible for man to do.
1 regret alfeady that you did not meet old
Beard as on imimate personal friend.
There is no mark on tbe one bale. Har
rall brought in a certificate that the cotton
was bought front his brother, which amounts
to nothing, but only convinces me that it was
stoleu- I got the case put off until to
morrow, hoping that Kimball would be
back. Wright is trying to get the cotton
turned over to ire. I asked that the other
Harall might be sent for to prove bis right
to the cottou. This was refused—so lam
afraid that you will lose yi.
\ ours truly,
G. B. Lsmar, Jr.
Tiiomasvii.ik, Ga., Nov. 7th, 18eo.
Dbar Uncle— Since writing you last, the
entire status has changed. Mr. Beard with
whom I had a perfect understanding, has
been surprised by Mr. A. G. Brown, Jr.,
Assistant Treasury Agent, and with him this
morning 1 bad an interview. My screw is
up at the Depot, and I wanted to commence
the shipment of your cotton. I was referred
by Capt. Dove, commanding, in lieuofMaj.
Manning, absent, tri Mr. Browne. I present
ed my cridentials, and was told that-1 could
not ship a bale, as he claimed the whole as
blockade cotton, or cotton confiscable. 1 told
him that I had. orders from the highest mill
tary officer in the State to remove that cotton
itnu wished to know his reasons for refusing.
He referred me to bis printed ordets from
the Treasury Department showing the only
way in which your cotton could be turned
over to you, which was by referring the
question to arbitration. I told him that 1
thought I could establish your claim iu that
way. He said however, that question would
have to be referred to the Secretary
of the Treasury. I saw Col. Wright, and
he concluded it would be best to send
Derry at ouce to Milledgeville to see
Seward, and from thence to Savannah
to confer with you. Browne commenced to
read to me letters which you had written to
Kimball and others, in which you did not
speak very pleasautlv of his father. I
sloped him nud told hint that I had not
come to make any issues of the kind, and
that I would not unless forced to, and that
issue I have to, and I am prepared to meet.
I told Col. Wright that 1 wanted Browne ar
reslod for holding, unlawfully, private prop
erty, and that is the issue that I shall make
to-morrpw, unless Kimball refuses the cot
ton, or thrusts himself between Browne and
the civil courts. 1 have written Browne a
tormal demand for the cotton, a copy of
which I enclose. I was particularly cau
tious not to make any luaultiug remarks or
allusions, and my future course will depend
on his reply, which l have waited, for ull
the morning. Burnell is very uiiwillitig to
give uiiyour cottou without the receipts. 1
mid him 1 wu prepared to give bond which
would prevent any lose on hie part lor glv
iug up the cotton, and he is now oousulllng
his lawyer on the subject lie says he mum
1,, 1VU his storage Irelore delivery. I pro
inised him a draft ou you for U, hut
1 wish you would let mu know something
ultoui your nouirar t rates, and give nre some
Idea of what is due him 1 drew on you
yesterday tor *VA<) for tlte screw, nod this
lumping tor o for Derry’s eipeiiocs to
titvsuuah. the first in Itvus «rl A Johnson
nud Um latter in lavor of F IteininjMi Jr
Boil 1 shall laave till* letter open eniil
Ktmbeil arrives— ami will add the subsum e
ot what he intends to ito,
I terry will m pun and give yog lull iwr
u< ularS Jlo write iu« awaii lire owe Irate ot
cotton There to auwlher claimant, a jew,
by tire name of Jtubllenlirmh. trove, He
* ep* Aommerrdrog promised test if (ire
Harrells did not produce evidence, be would
turn it over to you nnd KoldlscUeck I shall
require proof fioni Kubilscbeck tbn' he 10-t
cotton at Groover s or elm where. And should
lie satisfy me on that point I will divide
with luin ia Uic ratio of 70 (number be
' clhirns to Imre lost) to 190, which, I think, is
:.s l or a. can be doue. as it is iui|MisaibU) to
identity the cotton. 1 hope But this will
give von sahslartinn/' I think if Manning
had remained tie would have turned the
cotton over to tbe Harwells. Write one about
a man named Cooper Deny will tell you
about him. i send y-u list ot cotton shipped j
by Beard, anti will enclose another list soon. !
Browne lias seized the cotton stored here fur 1
the State of North Carolina, and is giving.l
Wright and Seward trouble, lam anxious!
to get a reply to my letier addressed to him i
Thomasvil.i.e, Geo . Nov. Bth, 1863. I
Uncle I sent, by Deny last night
a full statement ol the status of affairs hero, !
and copies of my letters, aud that of Mr. j
Browne in reply. 1 had intended this mora- j
ing wriling him ngaiu, bnt upon mature con
sider.ition. I concluded it would be better to
await the decision of Col. Kimball, to whom
I have submitted the case by letter, enclosing
hitii also copies of the letter.
Mr. Browne refuses to deliver to -the
agent of the State of North Carolina the
cotton here, and informed Colonel VVright
This afternoon in the presence of. Capt.
Dove, Commanding the Post, that he
(Wright) would tie arrested should lie again
ernlea'or by any writ or otherwise, inter
rupt his proceedings Everything is in con
sternation. If you deem it not inconsistent
with your interest.and I do not thunk it will ef
fect it materially; I can bring the gentleman
to his milk iu a very few lines, at all events
1 would like to change histone and manner,
nnd if it cannot lie done in oue way' it esu in
auother. Write me fully on this subject.
The only trouble will be an arrest, and as
soon as the Convention adjourns things will
take an entire different train.
Mr. Browne denies your right to appeal or
to make auy effort to save your property,
and told me so iu as mauy w ords; was, and
is now, really vexed that you should think
of such a thing. I told him that the fight
.had hardly began aud that you were deter
mined to stand to it to the last.
Kimball, 1 am afraid, is staying away on
purpose, aud I shall go to see him on Friday,
should he not come up to-morrow. I hope
that you wilt be able to bring the gentleman
Excuse me ngaiu for advising that you see
Barnard of O Fallon & Cos. He can assist
you, and iu the end it will not cost you much
more, aud will save you much nnxiety and
annoyance. I think they have sent Grey
here for that purpose, and it may' be that
Biowne is interested or can lie made so by
them. At all events see them. The immense
law-suit, Ac, &c., which must arise from
this question will cost thousands. I enclose
you a list of the old marks of all the eofton
that Mr. Browne inteuds to ship, and also a
complete list ot all cotton that he has shipped.
A train with 210 bales will leave in the
morning. I saw this evening an order from
Col. Kimball, transmitted to him, ordering
him uot to interfere with the shipment of
cotton. (Private.) I tried to get the order
to send you a copy, but Capt. Dove would
uot entrust it to me 1 think that it will
change Judge Hansel), and I may yet stop
Mr. Browne iu the morning. At ail events
you may depend that what can be done will
be done. »
My opinion is that I shall be able to ac
complish something in the morning. At all
events I feel bopetul—though I did not see
the order long enough to torm a correct esti
mate ol its meaning. I scud you a list of all
the marks which Beard intends to ship, or
rather of what he has reported to him. This
is -furnished by him. I also send a list ot
cotton which he has sftipppd from the books
of the Railroad. The last shipment, 210
bales will leave in the morning. I think this
is all the iuformatiou I can give you, and I
Wipe that vou will be able to stop it -iu Sa
vannah. Look out for consignments to Col
by & Cos. He has contracted to move this
cotton for Beard. Yours, truly,
[Siguedj G. B. Lamar, Jb.
If you can, stop all cotton marked U. S.
aud [w a B-n s.J That marked [w an u s,]
is the private cotton of Mr. Beard, and 1
presume Mr. Browne. I think Mr Beard a
good old lellow, and I am sorry I did hot
have him to deal with. If you "can -send me
a list of your cotton with a statement of
where it is stored, it would assist, me very
much wbeu I am allowed to ship. ' I can
only Ship at present the marks which you re
turned to Sleeelman, aud the paper does uot
show where they are. As to filling out
your numbers with the I and E. Cos., and
keeping tbe list it is at an end at pres
ent, unless some terrible change is brought
about I can put ail your cotton in order, if
the military do not interfere with me, for
SSOO, not including the bagging and rope,
and it will not cost -SSO more to put all the
I & E Co.’s, provided the cotton is at hand.
I think Browne has detectives out looking up
these lot 9 stored on plantations about here,
aud the man Cooper is oue of the men em
ployed, through he proteases to be in your
employ. Capt. Richardson who took the
evidcuee ot the parties concerning the Cotton
stealing, says that it will convict tire parlies
you have had arrested, and it would he well
for you to see Hastings, aud try and get it.
Prom what Capt. H. said, however, I am
afraid that Major H. destroyed the papers.
The evidence was written by a man by th 6
name ote .McCall, at Quitman, and in tlte
presence ot another hy the name of Burnett.
The Captain lias promised me more informa
tion on this suhject. I will keep it carelully,
aud wifi sec the two above mentioned meu
belore leaving the county. It would be well
to recollect Capt. C. C. Richardson, 12th
Maine, also. He is bitter against Styles,
and will do all he can to arrest hitn. The
papers were forwarded from Quitman
to Hastings here, to be forwarded to Sa
vannah, and they were sent by a special
.messenger, so that Hastings either has them
or lias destroyed Kent. See him at once aud
perhaps you can recover them by offering a
small compensation. This, however, you
will not need any advice upon after your ex
I enclose lor your information my corres
pondence with the son of the llou. A. G.
Browne, &c. Ac. I caunot make anything
out of it, save that lit? will not obey the or
er of Qen. Steedman, and slilt he does not
iuteud giving up the cotton, I will write him
again in the morning, and will also send a
letter to Col. Kimball to know what his in
tentions are Write me. Your s truly,
(Signed) G. B Lamar, Jr.
Tiiomasville, Ga., Nov. 11, 1860.
Daer Uncle : Col. Barnard leaves iu the
morning for Savnunah and offers to carry any
despatches for me. I enclose you again co
pies ol Uie marks of cotton claimed hy Mr.
Browne in ibis vicinity, and statements of
what he lias shipped. With the new marks
I can do nothing. Reward has sent for me
to come to sec him in the morning. I told
him that I wanted Browne stopped, and he
thinks he can do it. You wili find a little
bit of rascality in which I have caught the
gallant Major 11 , and 1 ran prove it if my
witnesses will aland firm on the stand, and I
believe they will.
Kimball still keeps away, but says lie is
coming every day, and I am afraid we will
puss each other should 1 leave 1 wish you
would write me what to do. I|i» execed-
Ingly aggravating, and 1 cun see no remedy
save by the law mid I am afraid your luw
rr» are turned. 1 hope not--hut fear.—
wantej to know If Dove, -the com
manding officer hare, would inierleru in my
shipments mid 1 cannot get any. satisfaction
Irom him. lie consults lirowue, who on
dorses all Ills papers for him and leaves me
whore I stalled Irom find eoiumiiiilcaliona
rinsed DnVtUms liirm-d ovui lo me by or
del Ibo cotton, oue hale taken linui the
Uaiialls, and I have 11 now at tin* depot 1
am aifimd to go mat il lor lust of aiitas Huy,
Um aileniion of Mr Mrowue and hiaciea
loros I will pel ilolivrisoM In take charge
in If lot me No news lime I am doing
miibiug ami mu Hud of it | was iu hopes
Mai t*fe Ibl* ail ymit i’hM<*ii would have been
bl ofdei Stef MlUlil «f 11 sloppsd
font* truly >
D U Law.*, it
I am w illing u> live here a* long us 1 can
TiiomaSVlllk. Ga., Nov. Mill. 1865. ’
Dkah I via—Browne will complete in the
morning Itic shipment of Uni laqsirting am!
his (sirring Company a cot mu in Parnell's
WHiebouHc, buying a'rc.i.iy shipped that from
McKinnon's. 1 enclose you complete list at
wliat he lias shipped, lie has not obtained
1 Ids receipts 0»r wlml is now on the platform,
ready to lie shipped so that i am tint positive
] about today's work. The rest is accurate.
Browne has not yet replied ta Seward's
| letter, a copy of w liich I sent you, aul has
whipped tlie' light by delaying tbe answer.
His shipper, Mr Hayes, with whom 1 con
versed thig evening informs me that the
Noiih Carolina cotton will be shipped next.
This N. C cotton is undoubtedly blockade,
and I cannot see why lie should hesitate be
tween that and the T. & E. Co.'s which is not
a blockade company. * •
i hope that you will be able to stop all in
Savannah, aud if our judges are but true to
tbeir duty 1 begin to think that all will yet
The train has not yet arrived, and it is
feared that some bridge may have been
washffd away by the recent heavy rains. I
hope that communication Ims not been cut,
as I am very anxious to hear from you.
G. B. Lamar, Jr.
Thomasvii.lk, G.a.,'JSov. 13th, 1865.
Dear Uncle —l sent you by Col. Baruard
this.morning, a full statement of what was
going on here—and wbat cotton Beard bad
shipped. 1 semi this evening, further ship
ments V|Z : U. S. 75 W. A. B:—(U. S.) 50 ;
Total 125 Alf shipped through Colby & Cos.
That marked W. A. B—XL S. is private
cotton, Beard's pickings—and a good thing
he is making of it.
Seward has addressed a communication to
Browne, of whieli I enclose you a copy, aud
hope it will meet with your approval. I
want, if possible, le stop Browue altogether,
and if Seward hacks out, I intend, as your
agent, to get another lawyer. lam writing
hastily, as the gentleman who is to carry
this is waiting, i will send hereafter all my
letters sealed through O'Failon A Co.’s mes
sengers. Write me and let me know if my.
action thus far is satisfactory, aud be sure
and correct where it is not.
Yours, truly, G. B. Lamar, Jr.
Look out for consignments of the above
mark—it is ail your cottou. Colly & Cos.,
TO THE VOTKHKOK CHATHAM COUNTY'
I announce myself as a candidate for the
office of TAX COLLECTOR of Chatham
county, and respectfully solicit the votes of
nov22-td ALEX. F. BENNETT.
TO THE ELECTORS OF CHATHAM CO.
Gentlemen : Having been- requested by
numerous friends to allow my name to ba
used for tbe office of Sheriff of Chatham
county, I have the honor to announce myself
as a candidate for that position, aud respect
fully solicit your suffrage.
nlt-tf CHARLES J. WHIT*.
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHATHAM CO.
IRES PKCTFULLY announce myself as a Candidate
tor tile Office of Tux Collector at the election in
January next, anil humbly solicit your support.
n27-tf EDWARD POWER. *
Fellow Citzens.— l announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Tax Collector of
Chatham County, and respectfully solicit
your support at die election in January next.
d‘2o tj3 James J. McGowan. ,
To the Voters of Cliullium Count
I respectfully nunouuce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of Sheriff of
Chatham County, and ask your support at
the January election.
ts Beniamin L. Cole.
Ntlito iiud Comity Tax Col
THE Subscriber is a Candidate for re-eiection, and
t cspeetfnlly asks the suffrage of the citizens of
obtSO SEABORN HOODALL.
CENTRAL K. K. AND BANKING CO. 1
Os GEORGIA, . V
Savannuh; Dec. 4, 1,1865. j
An Election lor nine Directors to manage the af
fairs of the lAnpany for tin: ensuing year will be held
at the lti.uk ll: y Hons-:, in Savannah (second story), on
Tuesday, the 2d ot January, 1806, between the hours
ol io a m aud 1 p. ra.
Stockholders only wno have held stock for ninety
days immediately preceding the day of election are
entitled to vote. *
Stockholders, upon presentation o> their stock cer
tificates to the conductors of trains, will be passed
to and from the election over the Company’s road,
free. GEORGE A. COYLER,
CENTRAL H. it At BANKING CO.. I
.Savannah, December 9,1366. I
Ordered by the Board of Directors that no lninber
nor timber shall he transported over the Company’s
road except by speciil contract with the Superin
tendent. GEO A. cCY'LER, Cashier.
Most of the platform cars of the Company being
epiployed iu moving iron and ties for rebuilding the
road, will prevent the hauling of w ood aud lumber,
except in limited quantise.
. GEORGE W. ADAMS,
diV-eod-2w General Snp't.
AUGUSTA tt SAVANNAH RAILROAD, I
Savannah, Dec. 20, 1866. /
An election for seven Directors for the ensuing year
will be held at the Office, corner of Bull and Bay
streets, on Monday, the first day of January next, be
tween the hours of U and 1 o'clock.
FRANCIS T. WILLIS,
(■rorgia Chapter, No. 3, R. A. Id.
~ The regular communication of this Chap
ter will be held al Masonic Hall This
'Wednesday; Evening, at 7 o'clock.
Transient companions are cordially invited to at
tend. By order of . *
R. T. TURNER, H. P
J. Holbrook Kam i.. See. (127-1
OFFICE BOARD COMMISSIONERS, 1
Savannah Wai'KK Works, v
Uity Exchange, December 27, 1866. |
Water takers who have nut paid water rent since
the first of November, are notified that unless pay
rneut is made forthwith, the water iviil be siiut off
from their premises, ami executions Issued against
them, as provided by Ordinance passed in Council,
November 29th, 1865.
maxima: j. uehveruers,
d27-a t Secretary.
I'll ERE will b" a TO'"-:lue of the St >ckh"lder*i>f the
llliincevlib- Klals Mining Comii.ny held at 'he
ufilai of the lloiuu Insurance Company. No. Ml 11,iv
slroel, on Wednesday, the nil day oi JsllUsiy next, at
6 o'clock p in.. |nr ihe purpose of elecitng Director*
and 111* irausM tlou ol such other business us may
cane before the meeting
(127-14 A. B MARSHALL,ttcoreUry.
/ miNMIGM ICE* p«i schoiisi Uecbtl Vaunt. uinu,
V fmiii PlHhnlilpklji. ure berehv i,'Hided that
Hu ll Moods are l»'liiy this day .lisi I.uiri-'I al wharf
f""l iiT Bill nal'l sued
All pflihagi.ivmatthMg ..u wliallellei seusei win
In sinied el llsk slid utpeuse nfoaueit,
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Inti Mir li • I. g4»’>iV'*4 l*i.*
Vut AH I* lull IJft
IU) WHOM * I aIWd If) ,
• IM- |if Mint*! *1,114..
*4,000 Heed Rice
F -f sale to arrive by
BRADY. SMITH * Cl.
THE CARGO by the Duv-'pring, 6,1-M sacke, half
bleached, -la-fi ten to the ton. lor sale by
*127-1 W lit ARLES GREEN A NON.
, Try- The British Ship
TAYLOR, Master, .
wants only 900 hales Cotton to complete her cargo,
and g- tto s-a with despatch. For freight room apply
027-1 w CHARLES GREEN A SON.
ON NEW YORK
K£IN «£. CO ,
d2T 1 * 114 Bay.street.
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Weakness arising from Indiscretion. The ex.
’ h<xUßted powers of Nature which are arcomp&n
led by eu many alarming symptoms, among which
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inability to enter into the enjoyments of society.
r Jh* Constitution, once ailficted with Organia
Weakness, requilt** the aid of Medione to strengthen
and invigorate the system, whic 1 HtiLMßOLiy* EX
TRACT BUCHU invariably does. If no treatment is
submitted to. Consumption or Insauity ensues
Heliflliold’ii Fluid Extract Buctiu
In affections peculiar to “Females," is unequaled by
any other preparation, as in Chlorosis or Retention,
Painfulness, or Suppression of Customary Evacuation
Ulcerated or Schinus State of ihe Ut«ru»: and all
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hahim oi dissipation, imprudence in, or the decline
or change in life.
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IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Will radically externpnate from tb9 system Disease s
aiising frqm Habits of Dlssip.tiion at lift In expense,
little or no change in diet, no inconvenience or expo
sure; completely supersedii g those unpleasant and
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Those suffering from Broken down or Delicate Con
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fect bis Bodily Health, Mental Powers, and Happi
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HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU
IS THE GREAT DIURETIC.
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POUND FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA, '
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AND BEATIFYING THE COMPEXION,
Not a few of tbe worst disorders that affect man
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Helnibolcf’s CoinpoHnd Extract ,of
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be relied on, has long beep sought for, nnd now, fur
thq first time, the public have one on which they can
depend Our sp ice here dot* not admit of certificates
to show its effectb, but the trial of a single bottle will
9how the sick that ii has virtues surpassing anything
they have ever taken.
Two tablespoonfuisof the Extract of Sarsaparilla
added to a pint of water is equal to the Lisbon Diet
Drink, and one bottle is fully equal to a gallon of the ’
Syrup of Sais iparilla, or the decoction us ueuidly
These Extracts have been admitted to use in the
United States Army, and are also in very general use
in all the State Hospitals and Public Sanitary Insti
tutions throughout the land, as well a* in Private
practices, ana are considered as invaluable remedies.
See Medical. Properties of Buchu.
(From Dispensatory of the United States.)
See Prolessor Dewec’s valuable works ou the Prac
tice of Physic.
. See remarks made by tholate celebrated Dr. Physic
See remarks made by Dr. Ephraim M’Dowell, a cel
ebrated Physician aud Member of the Royal College
of burgeons, Ireland, and published in the Transac
tions of the King and Queen’s Journal.
See Medico Chirurgical Review, published by Ben
jamin Travers, F. llow of Joyal College ol Surgeons.
See most of the late Standard Works of Medicine.
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Sold by all iJruypists.
DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE.
W. M. WALSH,
Wholesale Agent for the State of Georgia.
PUKE BOLIVIAN GUM
FOR SALK BY
d27 eodJto N. A. HARDEE 6i CO»
I. T. Bni:u. W. A. Bhyant.
BOUSE & BRYANT,
(Formerly of Jacksonville. Florida,)
Forwarding; anil Commission Merchants,
104 Kay Htreet,
SAVANNAH, .... GEORGIA.
WILL give prompt attention I o receiving and for
worJiug gixiibs, sales on eonsjgunicnt, and all
orders. And will also keep constantly ou hand a
good stock ot Groceries, Liquors. Agricultural Imple
ments, Building Materials. Fairbanks & Co."a Scales,
Ac . besides ulhiw goods and manufactured articles
tor «ale ou consignment ann for which l bey are
agents. Orders and consignments respectfully aolic
l ted d2V3tii
li'MPLOYMKN’f iii a Merchant's office for ajxiut a
Jis month, by a gentleman who wishes to obtain un
Insight Into biieitii'se here before returning 'aEnglaud.
The advertiser could Influence a good Agency or two.
Address K. O. Savannah Herald otfi< e. d27l*
A PHYSICIAN who thoroughly niid«n*taiuU th«
piMcttCu of MedtclDu, tiaiuviy and th«» dl*p«u»lug
of Mouldin'. Muatb*well rHi-otumcuolvii; r>*b«>i anu
*t«*aiJy. will hoar ol a flituatlou by nddit I*lll/
«T»a u p , thu oihi'u.
BKOrGHTUM NTREET, HA VANYA 11, GA.
'IMUMFIRUT ( LAMM mum. lias been I eluo.leled
I eh'l n.wlr i» fnnilslii l and pul 111 pelfe> I older
The iraveiliig publb inn) re.l aaeured ibei will in id
i uuilultable ar. omiautUllub. al iln. li.diw
A II I.DDE,
■iff*i n« J'rnprlidor,
Fall UK,VI’OR LEABE.
A !• A fill k "li 111 l‘ well adapted In Hie |>r) Unod*
L WkW) alnl Hurd dial alma Itaile bwelbei
allh a laige itlid i uUdU"d|uiia Dwi illug llmisa wIHi
alluHin uni i niidina. 41-aijl laniild wllh iwm
leotaU, «i ku I I ' nllul II |l .UulieiienUHU Ha
fw paMMbJai- abhl/ In Hi w I t’Tiapfiii »i
Meeel* lui.il,ll 4 k kU'. . Mt.Ukah Ha ol |o
•<t f* au • " il-. , '«• * Uflf 4
:>uiu:iagl ash celihai v.
Ad Ktoay of Wsroiug >ud lustroct.uH for Young
n»rn. ju«l juiblblirU li> tlf lluwsi J Amoci.tluD, kud
sunt in Mulled truer envelope, free ot chirr.. *
Ali.lre** Dr. J. .MiII.LIN IIDIiGHTUN, Howard
Aesodalion, Hul.id. lptm, Ra. ortl j km
A FIIYSIOMiuIUI View MAKHIAOB
Containing nearly uo page*, and Uo Sit*' Hl,tea.
an*l KngravlaAa of the Anatomy of the Human Or
gnu* in artiste ot Health and Disease, with » Trea
tise on F.arly Errors, its Deplorable Consequence,
upon the nitmt and Body, will, the Author's Plun of
Treatment—the only rational and anercnn'nl mode of
c ure, as shown bv the report of eases treated. A
mutiiul adviser to the married, aud those eoutetu
plating marriage, who entertain doubts of their phys
ical roudftlou. Sent free of postage to any address,
on receipt of 25 cents. In stamps or postage currency,
tiy addressing Dr. I.A CROiX. No. 31 Malden Lane,
Albany, N. Y.
Ihe author may tie consulted upon auy of the dis
eases uiion which his book treats either pci tonally or
by mail, and medicines sent to auy part of the world,
octlb _ urn
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
SCRATCH! SCRATCH!! SCRATCH!!!
Will CURE THE ITCH IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS.
Also cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilblains, and all
Eruptions of the Skin. Price 60 cent* For sale by
ail Druggists By sending CO cents to Weeks A Potter,
Sole Agent*, 170 Washington street. Boston, Mass., it
will be forwarded by mail, free of postage, to any
partof the United States. sent2l-3m
We have learned not to be astoniabed at anything.
Years of experience and a correspondence extending
throughout all nationalities of the habitable globe
have turned theories into fai ls aud established a basis
from which we need,not err. We are not surprised
at such facts as rhe fallowing—although the persons
who write them are. We know tl.e persons and cir
cumstances, heuce feel at liberty to indorse their
“Nxw Bedford, Mass., Nov. 24, ISU3.
Dear Sir,—l have been uttticted many years with
severe prostrating cramps in my limbs, cold feet and
hands, and a general disordered system. Phyniclans
and medicines failed to relieve me. While visiting
some friends ip New Yo/k who were using Plantation
Bitters, they prevailed upon me to try them. I com
menced with a small wine-glassful alter dinner. Feel
ing better by degrees, in a lew days I was astonished
to find the coldness und cramps hud entirely left me,
and I could sleep the night through, which i have not
done for years. I feel like another being. My appe
tite and strength have also greatly improved by the
use of the Plautation Bitters.
Respectfully, Judith Russel."
• Rekdsuury, Wis., Sept Id, 1803.
* * * I have been iu the army hospitals for four
teen months—speechless aud nearly deud. At Alton,
111., they gave me a bottle of Plantation Bitters. * *
Three bottles restored my speech and cured rae. * •
0. A. Flaute."
'rhe following is from the Manager of the Union
Home School ier the Children of Volunteers:
“Havcmkyer Mansion. 57th St, >
New York, August if, 18d3. |
Dr. Dbauk woudcriul Phuitatiou Bitters
have been given to sotne of our little children suiloring
from weakness and weak lungs with most happy
effect. One little girl in particular, with pains in her
head, loss of appelite, and daily wasting consumption,
on whom all medical skill had been exhausted, has
been entirely restored. We commenced with but a
teaspoouful ot Bitters a day. Her appetite and
strength rapidly incieased, and she ia now well.
Respectfully, Mrs O. M. Davoe."
***** I owe much to you,. for I verily believe
the Plantation Bitters have saved my life.
Rev. W. H. Waggon eel
Madrid,. N. Y.
*•* * * Thou wilt send me two bottles more ol
thy Plantationßi;ters. My wile has been greatly
benefited by their use.
Thy friend, Asa Cmua*,
***** I have been u great sufferer from Dyspep
sia. and had to abtindon preaching. * * The Plan
tation Bitters h:sve ctired me. '
Rev. J. S. (’vrnoßN,
Rochester, N. 1."
*** * * I have given the Plantation Bitters to
hundreds of our disabled soldiers with the most as
0 W. D. Andrews,
Superintendent Soldiers’ Heme, Cincinnati, u. ,f
“* * * The Plantation Bitters have cured me oi
Liver Complaint, of which I wus laid up prostrate,
aud had to abaunon my business.
11. B. iviNGSLEYy.Cleveland, Ohio.’*
*** * * The Plantation Bitters have cured me of
a derangement of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs
that lias uistießsed%e for years It acts like a charm.
C. C. Moore, No. 254 Broadway."
&<’*. Ac., «kc., Ac., Ac.
The PlantatiGn*l>itters make the weak strong, the
languid brilliant, and are exhausted nature’s great re
storer. They are composed of the celebrated Caiisaya
Bark, Wiutcrgrceu, Sassafras, Roots, Herbs, dfcc , all
preserved ih perfectly pure JSt. Croix Rum.
Persons of sedentary habits, troubled with weak
ness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack of appe
tite, distress after eating, torpid liver, constipation,
Ac., deserve to suffer if they will not try them.
They are recommended by the highest medical au
thorities, and are warranted to produce an immediate
beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable,
perfectly pure, and harmless.
Notice.—Any person pretending to sell Plantation
Bitters in bulk or by the gallon is a swindler and' im
postor. It is put up only in our log cabin bottle. Be
ware of bottles refilled with imitation deleterious stuff,
Cor which several persons are already in prison. See
that every bottle has our United State* stamp over the
cork unrautilftted, and our signature ou steel-plate
side label. . s
SoliVby respectable dealer* throughout the habitable
world, . t,
F. H DRAKE & CO.,
Oct27-Sm 202 Broadway,N. Y.
, ■ v
S. T.—1860 —X.
Drake’* Plantation Bitters.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidute to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation aud late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliveu the mind.
They prevent miasmatir and intermittent fever*.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation. i
They cure Diarrhaa, Cholera and Cholera Moi-bas.
They* enre Liver Complaint and Nervous He..d»rhe.
They arethe best Bitters in the world. They make
the weak stroug, ana are exhausted natures great re
storer. They are made of pure Bt. Croix Rum, the
celebrated Gslisuya Bark, roots and herbs, and arc
taken with the pleasure of a beverage, without regai-d
to age or time of day. Particularly recommended to
delicate persons requiring a gentle stimulant. Sold by
all Grocers, Druggists, Hotels und Saloons. Only gen
uine when Cork is covered by our private L". 8. Stamp.
Beware of counterfeits and refilled bottles.
1\ II DRAKB & CO.,
oc'tVS-eiiiliy 21 Park Row New York
Agua de Magnolia.
A toilet ilvllgiil I The ladle.' Demure aud gaiill*
men’s Ihhiii l The "aweetaat thing 1 ' and largest qusn
tlljr. Mauufoi luiist from Hie ih b Hnutheru Magnolia.
UwMlfor bulbing llin face and iwranu. Id render Ilia
•kin soft aud In's li, to privsnl eruption*, lo pertain*
It uvt'fi oik". ilia uupluaaaul *«iuf of piiipiiMiiub
il reotuvas I will.!**, lau, blotcheaf A'
Il uures ner.ua* heads' he and allay* indsunusiiun
Il i-i Mils, eull'-n# and adds dsllwu y Pi lb* skill.
Il yields a eahdued sod laeling perhiiun ,'
Il care* t*ii'*qa*P* idle* aud Mllig* n| nffie. i.
Il voMlsUMna Htalerial iigailnas lu ik* akki
Pai.uulaad by Ailreaae. nud Up.if wngen li is
wkal •eary I** l * *'"bb* ka.e fluid eterywkei* Try
ik* llagholla W .l*l mu* and yuu will as* Itu otkei
inlngh' P* ilnmm ) m TuUul fslei sAerwsid*
I'AMAN MAMNkM A ID ,
••tel eudly Piwps lUciusiv* Afcnu N |,
I • __ AUtIUMKin.
S u vaiiii uli Theatre.
LMaeoaaud Maiiagvr. Mantra. Hainosn A Uaviltuh
"Cm v e a t 1* i u mp h
MISS ROSE WOOD.
The Beautiful Drama oi
Citlaen Langfrord Mr. W. H Crlap
SHAKO FANCY DANCE - - MICB ROM WOOD.
Tt> be followed by
Andy Blake .'. * Miss M K. Gordon
GRAND PAS DE DEUX, . MISS ROSE WOOD
To conclude with
TWENTY MI9ITKS YY ITH THE TIGER
In watch all the Favorites will appear.
Mail, contracts wanted
Hr GtlabUinuwnl o. Mall Faculties in
Tbe Post Office Department desires to
furnish the State of Georgia with Postal
service, at Ihe earliest practicable dav until
July Ist, 1860, when the regular contracts'
proposals tor which are now advertised for
will go into effect. *
The Department invites proposals for con
veying the mails until June 30, 1866, to all
country seats and other important points not
reached by Railroad commui.ication, at rates
not to exceed $8 per mile | er annum for
weekly set vice ; sls for semi-weekly, and
$22 for tri-weekly; and where tbe importance
ot the case requires, S4O for daily service
counting the distance **ue way only in all’
Service will be furnished on routes, where
before the war, it was daily, three times a
week ; where it was tri-weekly twice a week
and where it was semi-weekly, weekly
service will lie allowed. • J
Proposals should lie addressed to “Hon
Geo. W. McLellau, 2d Asst. P. M Washing
ton, TANARUS). C.. and should slate they are lor
service to end June 30th. 1866.
nov 4 ts
Office of U. S. Direct Tax Com
DISTRICT OF GEORGIA, \
Savannah, Dee. la. 1865. f
Owners-of Lota, Lauds and Improvements tn the
city ol Savannah, Ga., ale notified that the Tux Roll for
said-city 1. completed, and the taxes due thereon may
be paid to the undersigned within sixty (80; days from
thie date, at onr office, north-west comer of South
Br-’ad aud Lincoln streets, in euid city of Savannah
For non-payment of the tax, the Act of Congress
prescribe, a forfeiture of the property taxed to the
Office hours from 9 to 12 a. m., and 2 to 6 p. rri.
T. P. ROBB,
S. A. PANCOAST,
J. C. BATES,
U. S. Direct Tax Commissioner., Diat.
dl3-tf of Georgia.
BATCBRIOK'S HAUL SYR
The Original aud Beat in the World! The only true
und perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable and luatau
taneoue. Produces immediate y a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the hair or skin.
Remedies the ill efiects of bad dyes. Sold by all Drug
gists. The genuine is signed William A. Batchelor.
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF lilLLEPLElifts,
For Restoring and Beautifying the ib.tr.
aul4-ly CHARLES BATCHELOR, New Yoek.
Hull’s Vegetable Sicilian Hair Rcnewer
Has proved itself to be the most perfect preparatiou
for the hair ever oflered to the public.
It Da veg6tsble compound, nu*l contain, no injuri
ous properties whatever. '
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIG
It will keep the hair from falling ont.
It cleanses the scalp and makes the hair soft, lus
trous and silken.
It is a splendid hair (lr.sdng.
Noperaon, oid or young; should fail to use it.
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE
FIRST MEDICAL AUTHORITY
WAsk for Full'. Vegetable Sicilian Hu* Renewer,
and take po other.
R. P. nALL A CO.,
Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
For sale by all druggists.
BARNES, WARD * CO., •
New Orleans, Ls.,
n23-6m Southern Wholesale Agents.
OFFICE DEPOT COMM ISSARY, 1
• Savannah, Georgia, December 6, 1866. }
SEALED Proposals to furnish the troops at this
Post with fresh Beef for three months, commenc
ing Jauntily 1. 1860, and ending Maid* 31, isfl*t, will
be received at this ofllce until 12 M., Dec. 2u, 1865
The Beef to be of good marketable quality, exclu
sive of necks and shanks, and delivered tri weekly. .
The Proposals to be made In duplicate.
, „ H. A. DARLING,
d eto arid v. S. Vols.
Lamps, Chandeliers, Brackets, Harp Hangers, Side
Backs, Side Lamps, with and without Reflectors; Fan -
cy Hall Lamps, Lanterns, Bases, Pegs and Foonts-
Patent Glusr Csnes, Burners, Globe 9, Chimnies and
Wick, DRUGGISTS- FLINT A GREEN GLASS, Crock
ery Dealers- and Confectioners’ GLASSWARE. Goods
of all kinds made to order KEROSENE OIL
JAMES T. WRIGHT,
226 Greenwich Street, Two doors below Barclay, N. Y
FIREWORKS, AT STUART & CO.’S
jyjy OWN IMPORTATION, consisting In part
Pate de Abricots
Pate des Framßoise
• Extract Coffee,French
, W. W. LINCOLN.
d23 3 Congress and Bull sts., Mouumentsqr.
Hilton & Randell
193 Bay Mtrcet.
HAVE just received and offer for nale At lowest
200 bids and half bbls Extra Family Floor,
too bid. and half bbl. K. IL Corn Meal,
inn bbls Premium No. 4 Hominy,
200 half bbls Nos. 2 and S Mackerel,
11*1 bbls Soda. Butter, Dostim aud LemonCracker*
76 uases Jellies and Pickles. dec26-6
gAVANNAH NATIONAL BANK, I
December 9th, 1666/
An election fur six Dlfecpir*, to mantge th. sflsii*
of this Bank for one year, will he held si the Bsuklug
House on the second Tuesday In January next, being
the nth day ol the month Polls t pan Horn in o'clock
S. m Pi 2 o'clock p. lu.
dlMawlm JACOB RPIVKY, Cash Dr.
* • ... _______
r V'W< i month* alter ilsli', application will h« made
1 Pi IheOidlutry of Chuthum county fnrleseel*
Hi ll all Inn lulerest, hc-liig s Ihiee foul in IliP-reeP
fliarle* A L. Lsmar, lately dvressed, iu Ike flnaiiue
null sUusled al Hi. cnier of Hinugliioii aud Kan
dnlph el reels, Ik lb* i'll? nrflsvanush, fur III* k*u.fll
ut lb* cradlpns of Ik* eslale,
CAROLINE A I.AMAN,
'IMH Ufl44Mfllim| ofiei* Ini ■*!. till well kfluwii
I valuable rI.NIAHUfI CaihMljM's pud, “/ . }'*
rivsf.jetMab Hira*tabs#l*f Hu. .Hi, ami MjMldffji
pi A,igu stilts Clash, nmlaiulbg abutil * '<• ** f •••'
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