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Proceedings of Congress.
1a L OF CAPT. SEMMES POSTPONED.
^Washington, Jan. 12.—In the Senate, Mr.
Johnson, of Maryland, made a speech deny-
Ihat CoDgress has power to declare war
Igainst States. He maintained that the
•piled States Government could suppress
Insurrection, but that it could not hold South-
tn conquered territory.
In the House, M r.Rogers made a speech
ngainst negro suffrage iu the District of Co-
Mr. Farnsworth favored the bill, declaring
lit as his opinion that impartial suffrage would
be the only guarantee of a proper state of
affairs at the South.
The tri ll of C’apt. Semmes is delayed in
consequence ot the absence of Commodore
Winslow, one of the most -important wit
nesses. who sailed a short time ago tor the
Gulf. The trial will be commenced on bis
Gold in New York is quoted at 38 1-4.
ARRIVAL OF THE SAN SALVADOR
AT NEW YORK.
The following despatch was received yes
terday by the agents of the Empire Steamship
Line iu this city.
New York, Jan. 12, 18GG.—’The steam
ship San Salvador arrived here last night,
towing the steamer Columbia.
She is the only steamer from Savannah
EXECUTION OF A NEGRO IN AU
Acousta, Jan. 12 —The negro Isaac, con
victed of the mutder of Henry Amos, of Han
cock county, was executed to-day. He died
protesting his innoceuce, although he had
previously repeatedly contessed liis guilt.
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13. 1866-
New York, Jan. 12.—The steamship Sco
tia. with Liverpool dates ot the 31st ult., has
It is rumored that a treaty of peace has
been made between Spain and Chili, by me
Liverpool, Dec. 31.—The sales of cotton
for the week amount to 24.000 bales.
The market has declined l-4d., closing
firmer. Orleans middlings, 21 l-4d.
United States five-twenties, 05 to 66 1-2 ;
bank rate seven.
Decrease of bullion in the Bank of Eng
THE UNITED STATES AND SREHCH-
Lamartine oa Napoleon's •» Grand Con
It will be recollected that it.was announced
in the press of the country a lew weeks ago,
that Mr. Wm. Johnson, a brother to the
President, was accidentally shot at Valasco,
Texas. It was stated, also, that the physi
cians of that place who were called upon
bv the family to minister to the unlortunate
gentleman refused to respon and that he
died from the want of such The
intelligence was of a charn ”-
nary, that we, in commor
our cotemporaries, doub*
We could not believe i»
her ot the medical pr
any wbete who cou’
act of humanity to
we were mistaken
nnd American of the 6t K
card ot two ot the members
which, we are sorry to aay, affirm*,
of the statement. - -
No one with a spark of humanity in hia
bosom can withhold an expression of his
utter abhorrence of such cold blooded inhu
manity. The atrociousnes9 of the outrage,
if true, upon professional usage and the best
I interests of society merits, and will receive
the condemnation of all just-minded men of
all opinions everywhere.
The following is the card to which we re-
' . /, _Wo desire to make, through
- . r paper, a few remarks in
,7 ,r.i; h which came out In the
}. Ur t sterday, and which seems
ue- n u ■ t-n lrotn the New York
i to my father’s treatment
al Strong makes n stale-
r, Mr. William Johnson,
not by the discharge of his
a number of surgeons in
rere the accident occurred,
assistance. All refused,
• ' i u ; d, but based their refusal
u ti ,Uat Johnson was a brother
to t’ •- 1 ■ etc. In addition, we will
stale ..ai ve are facts, and that our
istt-.c *ad i o Colombia, Texas, a dis-
v .re of one red miles, for a Federal
.i .geo.; bef< re ting any assistance. Dr.
ads is the ge: man who came to our
iivi’s u?si - lrotn Columbia, but four-
t- lays having elapsed, was too late to save
ms life, and Dr. Seada says our father died
from neglect, and the medical faculty gen
erally of Vftla9C0 state that there were too
many Johnsons now.
The Gazette winds up the paragraph by
saying that everybody knows the above
statement to be an abominable talaehood,
and lor their benefit we will state that the
above is correct, and any one disputing it tells
a base falsehood. In conclusion, we will add
that the family has just arrived here from
Texas, and, if need be, can testify, to the
Aynasw Johsbox, Jr.
A<ent TvBi't i-ee Penitentiary
The subject of the relations between Maxi
milian Imperialism in Mexico, and through
that adventure, those of France and the
United Stales, is beginning to assume a
rather serious aspect. While it has been
cloaked in the mysteries and secresy of dip
lomacy, popular opinion has indulged in
speculations as to the probable result of
what seems to he a rapidly culminating issue
betweeu the propagators of monarchy on
this continent and the asserters of the Mon
roe doctrine. The signs of the times indi
cate a speedy solution of the policy to be at
tempted on the one side and resisted on the
other. It has been remarked that the gov
ernments of Europe, as well aa our own,
have preserved a remarkable reticence in
reference to the subject; nevertheless it is
not doubted that opinion on both continents
is maturing In reference to a conflict which
France cannot with honor recede from nor
the American Republic with safety decline.
In another column we give a remarkable
article on tbe subject, from the pen ofM. De
Lamartine, the poet-statesman of France,
who professes to be the exponent of the
“Graud Conception” of Napoleon III, and
who doubtless expresses the sentiments cur
rent in the political saloons of- Paris. In
connection with the article, we adopt the fol
lowing extracts from an editorial of the
The object of Loui9 Napoleon in his at
tempted subjugation of Mexico is plain. It
ia to endue the Latin race with strength and
prestige on this side of the Atlantic, to re
cover by a dynasty ot his own creation what
France has lost in colonization by the con
quest of the Canadas and the cession of Loui
siana, and thus to check tbe expansion of
these States, preserve the balance of power,
and prevent their becoming the dispensers of
the products of this comparatively new
world. The basis of the late action towards
Mexico lias, as its motive, tbe repression of
Republican progress and the establishment
of a dominion under its auspices and devoted
to its policy.
Upon the pretext of unsettled claims, at a
period ot internal disturbance, the armies of
France entered the Republic of Mexico,
mode war upou its existence, defeated the
forces that defended the soil, subverted the
Republic, aud by virtue of an election held
in the presence of glittering bayonets and un
der the duress of their embittered host9,
placed the presumptive heir to the throne of
Austria upou the seat of Mexican empire.
Elevated by their power, he is maintained by
The inspiriting influence of these States
had extended their euergy, civilization aud
progress to either ocean. This continent
seemed dedicated to the principles of self-
government and the right of the people to
the care of their own destiny If Mexico
could preserve her freedom as a kindred Re
public of similar institutions aud interests
with this country, then the more pervading
the influence which had already had its-rc-
sponse in Europe, and the mote brilliant for
the guidance of other nations.
The design, therefore, is anparent. It is
to place bounds and limits to the advance of
free institutions, and to found a monarchy on
our very horde;s which will piove a barrier
to further extension and power.
President Johnson lias accredited a
Minister, not to Maxiiniliau, but to tbe
Republic of Mexico. This is a clear indi
cation tlmt tbe sceptre is not regarded
as the emblem of legitimate sway, but
ratber as the symbol of force, and as fore
shadowing a dominion hostile to the policy
declared since 1824, and to the spirit of our
institutions. It ia an announcement that the
law whicli now prevails is that of foreign in
vasion. If it were otherwise there would be
no occasion for tbe presence of tbe troops of
France. Where the Government is one of
assent, and of free, unfettered choice, there
is no necessity for the overawing presence of
a standing military power. French arqas
alone secure Maximilian upon his throng—
This is his support and reliance.
The President, however, does not propose
war. He simply withholds his assent to tbe
legality of the present rale, and declines to
recognize It as possessing the seals of State
or those insignia of title which can alone be
conferred by the unbiassed voice of the
people. His design, evidently, is to leave
events with time. This position is not in
advance, but rather in restraint of the popu
lar sentiment The consequence is that both
in party platforms and conventions, in Con
gress and at primary assemblies, a pressure
been brought to bear iu favor of inter-
with the strong hand. A course of
’•ion, however, has been deemed
' is likely to be as effectual in
-hen Mr. Alphonse
. •. n. M-be-orator and
u . , .>rste of con-
■lirh oraiilBt 'hi? COUUtrV. 8UPpOftfi
Florida New*. |
Francis Eppes baa been elected Mayor of j
the city of Tallahassee.
Printed petitions are being circulated in \
different portions of the State praying for the
release of MrAYulee.
Merchants and business men of Tallahas
see complain that the expense and delay of
procuring goods from Savannah via Jackson
ville, is so great that they will be compelled
to abandon this route and look to the trans
portation by way of Tbomasville and Mon-
icello, or Way way of Live Oak Junction-
James B. Gamble, Esq., Collector of In
ternal Revenue of Florida, haa returued from
Washington, aud it is understood will enter
immediately upon the duties of his office
without being required to take the stringeut
oath which excludes so many of the best
The steamer J. L. Smallwood, CapL Gifft,
from New York, Sunday, Dec. 31, arrived,
says the Jacksonville Union, at that port yes
terday noon, with merchandise to Savage &
Haile. The Smallwood is bound for Apala
chicola, and we understand is to embark in
the cattle trade from Tampa to various ports
on the Gulf.
—Mr. Davi9’ medical attehdant at Fortress
Monroe has been changed. Surgeon Craven
is relieved by Surgeon Geo. E. Cooper-
—Major General Wilson was married last
week to a daaughter of Brig. Gen. Andrews,
of Wilmington, Delaware.
—A Chinese meat dealer in San Francisco
was recently arrested for selling veal taken
from the womb of the cow after death.
—A fat man in Paris recently sold his body
to the surgeon for 1,200 francs, went on a
spree with the money, died from the effects
of it, and was immediately cut up according
—Michael Phelan and Monsieur Carme
played a match game of billiards at Rich
mond on New Y ears. The game was five
hundred points, and was won by Carme,
who, in one score, run ’two hundred and six
—The Baptist Church at Columbia, S. C.,
was entered recently and robbed of several
carpets, all of which, except one, have been
recovered. They were stolen by a negro,
who gave as biy reason for stealing them,
that they were given to him by some of Sher
—The Madison (Wts.) Journal says that
within the last five years six children, be
longing to three families in Waterloo, in the
beforementioned Slate, have mysteriouaiy
sickened and died. Their disease manifested
itself in spasms, bat its uature was not under
stood, until recently, when a cow died with
all the symptoms of hydrophobia. It was
then recollected that the cow bad been bitten
by a mad dog six or seven years ago, and all
the children had since been drinking her
—The people of Houston county, in this
State, have contributed the sum of $525 in
specie in aid of the widow and children of
Geu. Stonewall Jackson.
—Some half dozen negroes turned highway
robbers last week near Atlanta, on the Deca
tur road, aud robbed every person they met.
Among the victims are Rev. W. P. Harrison
and a Mr. Howard. The robbers were not
phis Bulletin says :
“We learn that an officer is now investi
gating tbe records and books of quartermas
ters' and other Government officials in Ten
nessee, and the developments thus far are
startling. This work of ferreting out the
frauds during the war has only commenced,
and many “Snoddy Kings” who are now
living in princely slyle on their ill-gotten
gains will be under the disagreeable necessi
ty of leaving the country or filling a felon’s
cell. There will be quite a flutter iu the
wing of contractors and other malfeasants
when the disclosures are officially brought to
light. Tbe investigation is now progressing
at Chattanooga, under orders from the War
NON TO FREEDMEN.
By special order of Brig. Gen. Tillton, Acting Asst.
Commissioner, State of Georgia, issued from Bureau
of Refugees, Freedmen, Ac., Dec. 22d, 1865, It is
made obligatory upon all freedmen in tills State to
obtain employment for their own support, and all
freedmen who shall refuse or fail to entar Into con
tracts for employment on or before the loth tnst.‘
shall be hired under contract, or If minors, bound
oijt under proper regulations to such persona as will
give them employtjient by the authortrfed agents of
said Bureau, who are rcuulred py said prijer so to do.
1 haTe at my office, Jn the Court House, all the ne
cessary blank forms for freedmen’s contracts and
Indentures. The attention of Freedmen and per
sons desiring to contract with them are Invited to
this subject. Freedmen will take notice tliat the
time specified in Gan. Tlllsou’s Circular expires on
the 10th inst. DOMINICK A. O'BYRNE.
Ordinary Chatham Co.
respo. i nglld* mbl
the follow... ■' "' i.i'. \, ' .i ,.
by a prominent ' aut <
ing attention to an .... . ug
our shipping agents that
has resulted in serious damage
eats of their patrons :
•The steamers have a way ot signing
of lading for goods, and then put them o
any boat they choose, or leave them out it
their own boats are full. Thia is all wrong,
and we should be glad if some of your
merchants would make them pay damages.
It is a matter that we cannot control here, as
we send the goods for a particular steamer,
and take bill of lading for same, and have no
reason to suppose they do not go in that
boat until we are apprised of the fact from
The jury in the Strong divorce case in New
York have been discharged, having been un
able to agree, after being out forty-six hours.
It will be recollected that the plaintiff, Mr.
Strong, asked for a divorce from his wife on
the ground ol her having committed adultery
with hia brother. The application was re
sisted. on the ground that Strong had forgiven
bis wife’s offences—that the confessions of
guilt, which ' rere almost the only proofs
against ber, were forced from her, ana that
her husband had also been guilty of adultry.
The case derived Us interest from the high
social position the parties had occupied. The
jury were All agreed that Mrs. Strong had
been gnilty ot adultery, and the plaintiff had
not forgiven her. On the remaining ques
tion, the charge of adultery against Mr.
Strong, ten were for a verdict in his favor,
while two refused their assent to this opin
Leavenworth, Jan. 5.—The scouts in por-
suit of the men who robbed Paymaster Ellis’
fa?.- >f S3u,»aiO tht oiher day, overtook them.
r 1 a* county, and all the money except
vas recovered. The thieves, when
overtaken, took to ihe brush and escapi
75 Bbls. and 100 Half bbls.
MASSEY, COLLINS & CO.’S
Landing from Steamer CUMBRIA, and
for sale at tbe
PHILADELPHIA ALE DEPOT
— BY —
W. M. DAVIDSON,
Agent for Massey, Collins & Co.
It is unnecessary to say anything regard
ing the quality of my Ale—its reputation was
WELL ESTABLISHED long before the
war, throughout GEORGIA, ALABAMA
Thi9 Ale is brewed expressly for me at an
EXTRA COST, and I flatter myself that with
TWENTY-ONE years’ experience in the bu
siness in THIS CITY, I know what kiDd of
Ale is best suited for this market. My CEL
LARS are the best in the City; which fact,
together with my knowledge of the man
agement of Ale, euables me to assure my
friends of a constant supply ot Superior Ale
the year round.
d30-2w W. M. DAVIDSON.
B/TCH33fcPm , R HATH PVB
. in the World! The oply true
•.ad v,-.ri— 1- Han-less, Reliable andInstan-
t. -on*. *■>> a/ a splendid Black or
natural Brown, withont Injuring the hair or skin.
i facts of -all Drug-
- • : -lor.
\vGsir.-. extract op millsfleurs,
tto... • and BcaqtiiyUijJ the Hair
, ■ , »•:->BATCHELOR. Hew Vos* j
v. H i A 1 $ O t THERM
as* - *- ;
Depot fur FriiiUT- ^ : •
210 Bay Street, Sayanaali, (ia.
W ARREN a PLATNKR keepconstantlyon hand
a l*i ge stock of Ledger, Writing and Wrapp,; g
Papers, of all sires and weights; also. Binders' Boards,
Card Boards, Printers’ Cards, Envelopes, Twine* and
Having had long experience in the business, and
buying our goods In large Wta direct from the mann-
tacinrers enables us to compete with New York
Agents for Wtide'* celebrated Printing Inks; Agent*
In this citv for tbe Bath Paper Mills.
The highest cash prices paid for all kind* of paper
stock. J 12
COMPOSED OF IODIDE OF POTASSIUM,
WITH THE COMPOUND CONCEN
TRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF
ROOTS AND HERBS.
WM. H. GREGC. M. D.,
Graduate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons,
New Pork; formerly Assistant Physician
in the Blackwell's Island Hospitals.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Has prodneei a revolution tr. Medicine.
What may seem f m.-ai Incredible Is. that many dU
eases hitherto coni j ’end hopelessly insurable are ft e
qnently cured In al >» days or weeks: and w* cheer
lolly invite the tavesdgatli.nsof the liberal mindeduud
scientific to cures wt Ich have no parallel at the prc« .
Daring the past flvsr years wo have contended with
ob-tacles and overcome opposition as herculean a;
were ever encountered by ,.n\ .le.ortners.
RAPIDITY OF CURE.
Some say, “Your cures are too quick,” while others
donbt their permanence, and think that diseases can
only bo cured by the “»low, recuperative process of
This is onr reply: In health, the i>ody, like a well-
balanced scale, is in a state of equilibrium. But when,
lrotn tiny chusc, down goos one side of tbe scale, we
have the effects of disease. What is requisite, is to re
store the normal balance of the scale.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Is a positive and specific leniedyfor all diseasec origi
nattng from an Impure state of the Blood, and for al
(hereoltaryj (Unease* transmitted from parent to child
It la so universally admitted that Constitution Life
Syrnp Is the only effective means of restoration in the
various forms of Paralysis, that we need uot reiterate
that it la emphatically the Great-Life-giving Power.
Indigestion, Weight at Stomach, Flatulence, Live
Complaint went of Appetite, Bad Breath,
Struma. King's Evil, Glandular Swellings, Erysipelas.
Ulceration, Ball 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
Life Syrnp 1* a sovereign, it Is in Blieumaltem and Its
kindred affections. The most Intense pains are almost
inst apiy alleviated—enormous swellings are reduced.
Cases, chronic or vicarious, of twenty or forty years'
standing, have Iteen cured by lit
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Purges the system entirely from all the evil effects o
Mercury, removing the Bad Breath, and curing the
Weak Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the use of
Calomel Is sure to produce. It hardens Spungy Guius,
and secures the Teeth ss firmly hsever.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP.
Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases of
the Skin, like Ulcers, Pimples, Blotches, and all other
difficulties of .his kind, which so much disfigure the
outward appearance of both males and females, often
making them a disgusting object to themselves and
FOR ALL FORMS OF ULCERATIVE
Either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue, Spine, Forehead,
or Scalp, no remedy has ever proved its equal.
Moth Patches upon the female face, depending upon
a diseased action of the Liver, are very utiplcaennt to
the young wife and mother. A few bottles of Consti
tution Life Syrup will correct the accretion and remove
the deposit, which is directly under the skin.
Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Languor, Dizzi
ness, Indigestion, Weak 8tomach, or an ulcerated or
cancerous condition of that organ, accompanied with
burning or other unpleasant symptoms, will be re
lieved by the use of
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP.
As a General Blood-Purifying Agent, the Life Syrnp
stands unrivalled by any preparation In the world.
THE RICH AND POOR
c to the same diseases. Nature and science
b. -Constitution Life Syrup for the benefit
’R: and If the constl-
•nd early death p
the result U6 not delay when the mi
al hand, and vviiu: the reach Of ab.
' are so near
MERCHANTS’ NATIONAL BANK
OF SAVANNAH, GA.
THE Books for Sobaurlptlon to the Capital Stock o
1 this Bank are now open and ready for BabKrib-
ere at the office of the Southern Insurance Company,
Latest from Egypt!
P ENNY’S NEW EXTRACT OF THE EGYTLAN
LOTUS, * new sod exquisite Perfume tor the
handkerchief. Cleopatra and the ladle* of tbe pretest
<tay using the same perfume.
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS 1
THE EGYPTIAN LOTUS 11 _
HE EQTYP™T LOTOS Ut
Manufactured, by F. A.Pc- ,, Xir: .«oyn, NOW York.
bat attb rrve -,
CONSTITUTION -1FE SYRUP
1 V • friend r.r,f ■■ .'china: , -:•*» • •
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News, Bo«k and
|y Sold at Manulkctirer'a Prices.-^*
jll COOPER. OLOOTTS A PARRKLLY.
TOEK, WILLIAMS, IcINTIRE & GO.,
6 E If E R A L
AlfCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
1S2 BAT ITRBBT, lAVAmVAH, OA.
, We respectfully solicit consignments of MERCHANDIZE and PROPERTY of all
is always lar^d^d the at,enM ° n ° f B “ yer8 *° °“ r 8t0Ck ’ which
HRSfiiSP- , J p. 5.
s.v*?„ah fere NCES:
Brigham, Baldwin & Co. Erwin <fc Hardee
Gaden & Uncklea Hiram Roberts
LaRoche & West W. Woodbridge
Hunter & Gammell
PRICE, 5 CENTS
Longstreet, Sedgwick & Co.
8. T. Knapp <& Bro.
J• P. Boyle & Co.
D. H. Baldwin & Co
L. C. Norvell.
Important to Shippers!
Q-reat Reduction in Freights
ERWIN & HARDEE’S LINE
of fast, Iron, light-draft, aide-wheel Steamers, between
SAVANNAH AND MACON,
Via Hawkinaville and Brunswick R. R., touching reg
nlarly at Doctortown and running in connection
with the Atlantic A Gulf Railroad. *
The new and elegant iron steamers CHARLES S.
HARDEE, capt. R. Johnson; TWO BOYS, Capt.
Thomas Daniels, having elegant accommodations
for freight and passengers, will ply regularly aa
above, leaving Savannah every Thursday morning at
9 o'clock; Hawldnsvllie every Thursday morning at
It is the desire of the Agents of this line to make a
permanent connection between Macon and Savannah
and t he landings on the Altainaha and Ocmulgee
rivers, and with this object in view they aak the sup
port of the merchants of Savannah and Macon, and
the merchants and planters along the line of the
above named rivers.
* a , SAVANNAH AND AUGUSTA,
Point*with'the connecting at Latter
yond. Georgia Railroad snef Points be-
The following steamers being of exceedingly light
draft, and having smple and complete accommoda
tion for freight and passengers, will ply regularly as
Iron steamer WILLIAM G. GIBBONS, every Sat
O Ni K
M. A. COHEN, Secretary.
DIRECT 1’ II Si
Hr.-ET Baiun aw,
D. H. Balowis,
Iron steamer AMAZON, every ten days.
Wooden steamer LAURA, every Wedcesday.
Onr Captains and Pilots are the oldest and most
experienced on the river, and no effort will be spared
to meet the wants of the travelling aud freighting
INSURANCE EFFECTED AT THE VERY LOWEST RATES.
Freight received at all times at our warehouse, foot of East Broad street.
W. B. DAVIDSON, I E. A. WILCOX. I ERWIN 4 HARDEE
Agent at Augusta | Agent at Macon. | Agents at Savannah
j9 2m;. L
E ITHER on Bull street or on Congress, oetween
Ball and Whitaker, a GOLD BRACELET.
The finder will be euitably rewarded by leaving It
at the counting room of .
j6 erwin a Hardee.
BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH. GA * S T E A M £ -L A J 0
W For Insurance against t - y.. K .
Fire, apply at the
OFFICE OF THE C ' MPA'.
89 BAY STREET, - SV; ’.\NiH, i.
THE NEW ENGLAND >i C.. I ,
Organized, j ;
Last Cash Return 7 <>000
Losses Paid .
Total Surplus Divided...... ; ’ '
Amount Insured «,
All Classes of Life Poli ■ 3 Isc m .j ’
Tvn RP - STEVENS, President
J. At. Gibbkns, Secretary
„ , A WILBUR.
General Agent Geor^- i and V:
COLUMBIA FIRE INSU1 , 'l~ ; V
NY’, OF NEW Ven
cash Capital . „. ;
TIMOTHY' G. CHU1 U : ;
John D. Arthur, Secretar
Frederic B. Elliott, Si
FULTON FIRE INSURA >; . y. :; vv
OF NEW Y'(
WM. A. C<
J ts M. Rankin, Secretar-
General A ut South.
T HIS FIRST CLASS HOTEL has been remodeled
end newly re (urnt»lieuarm put In perfect order
Tbe (raveling public may rest a sen red they will find
comfortable accommodations at this house.
A. B. LUCE,
doc27-lm - — - Proprietor.
TIIOS. W. BJKOOH8
FUHNITURE AND GENERAL
221 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. B.—All ORDERS sent by Mali promptly st
eaded to. jy31-tl
Is, without doubt, the only known remedy ior
BRICK DU8T DEPOSITS,
IRRITATION OF THE NECK
INFAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER,
Certificates of cures from well-known persons from
all parts of the country In circular, will be rent on ad
dressing MORGAN A ALLEN, Ag'ta,
dX2-3m No. 46 Cliff »L, New York.
BAR-ROOM AND BARBER SHOP
ON BRYAN ST., JOHNSON SQUARE
R ESPECTFULLY informs the public that the above
establishment is now prepared to furnish Oys
ters, Fish, Game, Ac., at all hours.
Dinners*, Sappers will be furnished at the shortest
notioe, and sent to any part of Jhe city.
Wines of all kinds, and of the very best, always on
lit addition, four Dining Rooms has been fitted up
in the neatest style for the accommodation of Ladies
Excellent Cooks and accommodating Waiters in
Attached to the Restaurant is extra Diring, Sitting
A Barber Sho p, with competent Barbers, is also
connected with the House. All customers will hive
their private cups with their names on.
Transient Boarders and Travelers will find it tp
to their advantage to call
1 he patronage of the public Is solicited.
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
. MANITFACTUUD BY
T. F. ROWLAND,
’’'dersigned are Agents for the above, and
'nd can order at shortest notice, En-
’feed. Apply to
E. V WADE 4 CO.
> Tfjxr.v IT'.
la now offered at private £u.e. Si c Is ft-,
long and 36 feat wlds, over all. Her engine is jo moo
inches cylinder and 8 feet stroke.
SHE HAS JUST BEEN
UNITED STATES MACHINE 8HOP AT SAINT
ixx Perfect Order.
Application for purchase must be made to
Col. C. R. BRATTON,
Postmaster at Hilton Head, S. C.
Direct ImDortation from Londo
J tJ lL.??£5 I «F D ‘ S and varica assortment of
U Imported Ware* and Fancy Article., suitable for
the coming season, embracing in part:
Statuettes—Bronae, Besqneand Parlar
Ladles’ Traveling Bags
Milliners' Fancy Wares
And an endless variety of
ordered for this market and just received by ship
County of Picton, and other vessels now arriving.
Fancy Goods by the riginal plottage, to which the
attention of Milliners and others Invited.
W. W. LINCOLN,
Corner Congraas and Boll atm
THE EYE, EAR, AND THROAf.
couaulied on Deafness, Discharges from the Ear
auditings! 6 He4d ' Catarrh - Diseases of the Throat
or A s'uSii d 0 Ittonde! K m reqairing eltheir MedlcaI
Lexm C g ton 0 ^'e“^it, T m h „Te, M ° fflCe ° n
°hours from 9 to 12 A M., and 3to i P. M.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
1YHK west half of Brick Tenement situated on Hull
■*- street, first door east of Barnard. The house is
well supplied with gas and water, and contains
seven rooms, exclusive of a spacious basement. The
out-bulMings are all of brick, and consist of carnage
house, stable, and Well finished servant rooms.
Terms—One-half cash, balance payable at the ex
piration of five years, with bond and mortgage ; in
terest annually. Apply to L. C. Harby, on the pre-
P ROPOSALS will be received until Wednesday.
Jan. 17. 1866, for supplying the Jail with Fresh
Beef and Bread for the ensuing three months.
JOHN F. O’BYRNE,
JlO lw Acting Chairman Jail C mimittee.
Auction anil Commission Merchant
No 3 STODDARD'S WESTERN RANGE,
sales of .
EXCELSIOR FIRE INS France com"
PANY, OF NEW T ; •
STAfcGUS F. DOl
Saml. M. C.saft, Secretary
PUTNAM FIRE INSURA
Cash Capital <
SAML. WOODRl I
Daniil Buck, Secretary.
SPRINGFIELD FIRE AiS >V j
SURANCE COMPAN. ;
EDMUND FREEM PtcriL't.
YV m. Co.nnar, Jr., Secretary
Geners. A , s u q
WASHINGTON FIREINl \y
PANY, OF BALTIM ' i >
Cft P ital #500,0
w j „ THOS Y. CA.WBY, President.
a • J- AlclAUiNJS. Secretary.
r^^-A u'” jBURi
Authorized Capital, $10,400,000
pHAR . OOLB1
vJ Ma • Riaks to
and Fire ,j. , c<s
first cleg. . - ,v y, ::
AT THE LOU
OOLUML’i AN MA (N,c
MORRIS FILL a
COM ME .1. FIRE ,,;q.
STAND," H!' i (R
Officu In j
re prepared to thke
c or foreign pvr-_
• .Vtowiij,- named
E < OMP-y,. 200,01k,
L i.'OMP'Y 200,0*9
■ 7* r Ray nnd Abenxirn
1 ^ ray and Br m
SI A . ”
(■h!?... . . v l ijon poo
1 ’ll (ENIX t RANGE CO.
Cap:, tl ani Sarplaa . .. #]
INTERNATIONAL INF CRANCE CO.
Capital and Sorplus #1,200,000
MANHATT AN INSURANCE CO-
Gapital and 3orplua 0,0
Rirl:-' • At. in the r
tioun. at trio low
risk.'- Auply to
nf 'l:n Vo K'Sfr
.-N ’ kt I
'V.:y ' '■
ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE.
gQ BOXES for safe 00 consignment,
jh BRIGHAM, BALDWIN \ CQ.
WHITE PIHE LUMBER,
DOORS AUD BLINDS,
*T,,ROr-Tyr a tnrrewiwo
/£• -Tnmended a h<1 ,d 1*» •
CLi'W. MSN, PHYSICIANS and Pro.iteheny 31'.n.
tivs cheapeat, healthiti: and best bev. -^j
In the world I
FOR HALE BY ALL I.HOCERS NORTH AND SOUTH
Tne Sonine-u trsds, to which It L-. gp.vtalh-adapt
ed, anppiieii through the New York ;Uy Wno.-sata
Grocers, or db - .t troin the ilanuftn.'.ory.
NEW YOR It.
RICHARD DAVIES, Proprietor.
And General Wholesale Dealer in Teas and Coffees.
t GOOD lot, and other materials for Bonding P°r-
H noses. • For aale b»
t BOUSE ‘ BRYANT.
d2b-tf 194 Buy street
TURK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE & CO.
jR SALE IN a.NY QUANTITY,
s r. w. sms * ca
Choice Butter and Lard.
JN Tubs, just received per Han Ja nto.
» *— a*, a XJL o 1 XX
A 2nd Fir*
OF KEVV ORLEANS
at he Yj&b been 1
Protated -A vui* lor
*adj to tak*' Ms-
ns - rates.