SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16. 1866.
THE ADAMS EXPRESS ROBBERY.
OVKR HALF A MILLION STOLEN.
. .Five Cents.
■.,v. $3 60.
lisdiidrcd *io on,
A I,tebttb i N e:
l . uminre of Ten Lines for first in-
L polls!* l^r,‘ r I each subsequent one. Ad-
" I)0,1 " r '" the morning, will. If desired,
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY" THOU
SAND DOLLARS LEFT ON THE
FLOOR OF THE CAR.
and promptly done.
i.-iily H e raid.
M. ip ,. ja j Despatch fo flie Savannah Herald.)
|m i doi'-vii-le, Jan. 15.—Both Houses ot
rni riil Assembly met at 12 o’clock to-
l.arc quorum being piesent in each
„tl, Houses ndjourned without transacting
lullin' 0 Trial of Jefferson Davis and
C. c. Clay Demanded.
ASHiNGfON, Jan. 15.—It * the Senate to-
j| r Howard offered a joint resolution
luring that, whereas appears by the re-
ol' the Secretary of War that Jefferson
rii uni Clement C. Clay are Held in con-
| 1U( .„|, ami having been concerned in the
i,,i,m!ion of Hie late President, Abraham
oiu. mid in the murder of Federal sol-
iwlil as prisoners of war; therefore, that
L respectfully recommend that they beim-
diately tried by military commission- The
iltttion being objected to lies over.
ENERAL GRANT RECOM
MENDS KEEPING A MILI
TARY FORCE IN THE
In* Aniiiistant Postmaster
General to Visit the
CCKRTARY HARLAN ELECTED SEN*
A TOR FROM IOWA.
\\ ishisgton, Jan. 15.—General Grant offi-
tllv recommends the retention of a suffi-
■nt military force in the South; and while
s is done he doubts the propriety of put
g arms in llie hands of the militia.
Second Assistant Postmaster General Sealy
s left Washington for the South, to arrange
the extension of postal facilities.
Secretary ot the Interior Harlan is elected
uited States Senator from Iowa, for the
rin commencing March 7th.
Important from France-
micli Troops will Evacuate
Mexico if French Honor
is not Menaced.
New York. Jan. 15th.— 1 The New York
ribune's special Washington correspondent
ales, that a private letter from a trustwor
orthy source in Paris states that the legis-
live bodies of the French Empire will as-
rab'.e about tbe 18th; that the Emperor in
s opening address will express amicable
id peaceful sentiments towards theGovern-
iim nt the United States; and that unless,
wanwhile, the relations jot the two countries
“come hostile and menaces on the question
lienor are indulged in he will promise to
acuate Mexico as promptly as practicable.
In tbe House of Representatives on Mon-
v, Mr. Smith, (Rep.) of Kentucky, offered
Jie following resolution, which was agreed
11, sn/reil, That the President communicate
this House if. in his opinion, not incom-
mlible with the public interests, any corres-
mndnnce or other information in possession
1 tlie Government in regard to the kidnap
ing of i lie child of an American lady in the
itv o! Mexico by tbe usurper of that repub-
;i\ Mi-called Emperor, under the pretense
if making such child a prince; and whether
he United States has been asked to interfere,
viib a view to have the child restored to its
rents, and what action, if any, has been
aki n upon tbe subject.
Young Iturbide, the youth in question, is
native of Georgetown, District of Colura-
a. and the son of Miss Green, who married
to the old imperial family of Mexico.
Oglethorpe University.—We are pleased
learn from the Milledgeville Union that
tie exercises of Qglethorpe University will
resumed to-day. The Union says : ■
i addition to the regular Collegiate course
e will be an irregular and scientific de
triment ; also a preparatory and academical
ebool. Without disparaging the usefulness
ot tbe dead languages, it is evident that
many ot our young men have lost so much
time and means by the war, they can only
afford to spend a 3bort time in such studies
as will speedily fit them for business. A
large portion must study book-keeping;
must by all means, learn agricultural chem
istry, geology, mineralogy, engineering, and
buch other scientific brancoes as will enable
tjiem to develope the valuable agricultural
ipd mineral resources of our State, and build
,)ur railroads and manufacturing establish
ments. Our mineral wealth promises to
equal that of any other State, and is slum
bering in the bowels of the earth for lack of
intelligent enterprise amongst us. As we
have lost so much by the recent struggle, let
us qualify our young men to open up these
hidden treasures of gold, silver, copper,
iron, coal anu petroleum, that we confidently
hope will yet restore Georgia more than her
t inner wealth and prosperity.
A Little Boy Locked in a Trunk.—An
, accident of a novel character happened a few
days since to a little boy four years old, son
of one of our citizens, which should be a
warning to children who play hide and seek.
Three or four children, white and black, were
playing “hide,” in a room where there was a
large empty trunk. One of the little negroes
put tbe little four year old boy in the trunk.
The top fell down, and, having a spring lock,
caught the little fellow fast and tight. The
children got frightened and gave tbe alarm.
Both mother and father weie absept. A ne
gro woman, who displayed great presence of
mind, on hearing the facts, got an axe an®
Burst the trunk open. The little boy was
»:escued in a suffocated state. A few minutes
[From the New Haven Journal, Jan. 8.]
One of the most daring and successful
robberies we have ever been called upon to
chronicle occurred on Saturday evening on
tbe express train from New York Vo Boston,
which leaves the fanner city at eight and ar
rives here at eleveir o’clock. The facts, so
far as we have been able to learn them, are
these: In tbis train there was an iron car
belonging to the express company—the only
one on the road—in which were placed all
the express bundles, and, on this occasion,
three small iron safes, weighing about one
hundred and eighty pounds each, one of
which belonged lo the Harnden Express Com
pany, and the other two to the Adams Ex
press Com puny, all containing a large amount
of treasure. Tbe car has two doors, one
on each side, which, after the proper
ty was placed in it, were locked with
padlocks. The car was then run out from the
depot, where it remained about twenty-five or
thirty minutes, when it was started on its
passage to Boston. Ou its arrival at tbis
city, conductor Patterson observed one of
the doofs of tbis car a little opened, and in
an iustant knew that something was wtong,
as it is the rule of the company not to open
tbe car at all until its arrival at Hartford An
examination of tbe car and its contents was
immediately made, when it was found that
the door bad been pried open by an iron bar,
the padlock broken off, and that the robbers
had entered the car, and by means of an iron
bar forced open the doors of the two sates
belonging to the Adam9 Express Company,
and taken out all their contents. They had
tom open all. the packages, appropriating to
themselves all the contents except those of
two packages, leaving the envelopes and
waybills strewn about on the floor. There
were about a hundred euvelopes.tbus opened,
but of the amount they contained we have
not yet learned. Of the two packages the
contents of which they did not take, on con
tained eighty bills of $1,000 each, the same
being greenbacks; tbe other was a roll about
twp inches in diameter, containing $50,000
in five-twepjy bonds, making in all $130,000
which they left behind. These were only
two packages out of about one huudred that
When and where the robbers got into the
car is unknown; but it seems impossible that
it should have been entered at any other
place than New York, as the train stops but
a few moments at any station after leaving
that city till its arrival here. It is thought
probable that they got into tbe car while it
was waiting on the track to be bitched on
and taken down to the tunnel.
The scene in tbe car when opened at this
city must have been quite singular. The
floor wa9 strewn with valuables which the
thieves had rejected or overlooked. United
States bonds ' in considerable number lay
around loose: a bag of pennies was picked
up; a quantity ot silver foil was strewed upon
the floor, and the envelopes and wrappers of
the valuable packages stolen were scattered
about. Seeing something apparently more
substantial than the other empty wrappers, a
gentleman asked, “Isn’t that money?” and
picked up $80,000 if) one handful. The
thieves left a dark lantern, and they took one
article which may assist in their deiection^-a
small white valise or bag, which contained a
few clothes belonging lo an express messen
ger, and which they opened, emptied and
carried of with them, probably using it to re
move their treasure. It is reported that
$58,000 of the treasure taken was in gold.
Internal Revenue Officers in tfie South
and. tlie Teat Gatii.
The Secretary of the Treasury, on the 8th
inst-, communicated the following statement
ot ene of his assessors of the internal reve
nue, showing the difficulty of finding officers
who can take the test oath:
Assessor’s Office U. S. Internal Revenue, Y
Third District of Georgia,
Augusta, Dec. 20, 1865.)
Sir:—I am constrained to write you in
relation to the repeal or modification of the
test oath so far as it relates to the internal
revenue officers, at least assessors, in the
Southern States. I have labored assiduously
to find competent men who could take the
oath for assistants, and have to report that I
tailed to find any such except in a single in
stance, in my district, comprising twenty-
three of 'he most populous counties in the
State of Georgia. I have organised my dis
trict by allowing my assistants to take tbe
oath of office and allegiance and proceed to
the discharge of their duties, trusting to Con
gress to provide for their payment as directed
by tbe Commissioner of luternal Revenue.
Many of the men are much reduced in cir-
stances by the war, aud stand in imperative
need of their pay, in order to provide for
their families; aud, indeed, some ot them
will be compelled soon to resign their places
in order to engage in some business that will
yield them ready money on which lo live. I
am satisfied that unless something is done in
this matter immediately, I shall be unable to
assess the lax in my district. If Congress
would so modify the oatb, as far as it relates
to officers of the Internal Revenue and Po9t
Office Departments down here, I am sure it
would be regarded everywhere, and prove to
be a patriotic measure, in which both North
and South are equally interested. Unless
something ot the kind is done 1 am at a los3
to know what we are to do.
Assessor Third District of Georgia-
Hon. Hugh McCulloch, Secretary of the
Letter from Ex-Governor Allen, of
Louisiana.—The following are extracts from
a letter dated City of Mexico, December 3d:
“I am endeavoring to make an honest liv
ing as editor, but find it hard work. I have
no assistant, and but two printers, but I can
not complain; I make a good living, and
that is as much as I need or expect. Gen.
Shelby’s Adjutant is one of my printers.
‘Our people are well satisfied with this
country. Generals Price and Shelby, Gover
nor Harris, of Tennessee, and Perkins, of
Louisiana, are at Cordova, settling on Gov
ernment lands- Magruder, Maury and Gen.
Reynolds are in the employ of the Emperor,
ana doing very well. Agents are now being
sent to Europe and the United States to pro
mote colonization. It is the best country in
the world for our people, and we expect
“The empire is an accomplished fact; law
Ind order is being restored, and the Juarista
are on their last legs. Twenty thousand
French troops are on their way to Mexico,
and soon all the robbers and guerillas will be
cleaned out. The climate Is delightful, the
lands rich, and money plentiful. It is the
promised land of the Southerners.
“I would not accept tbe position pf Gov
ernor of Louisiana if tendered to me; I pre
fer exile. H. N. Allen.”
Value of Naval Captures.—The total
amount of naval captures reaches $30,000,-
000 iu value; one half of this goes to Gov-
erritaent, and the other is divided among offi
cers and seameD, in the proportions already
published. The average per man i3 but $120,
whelfeas in the matter of bounties to soldiers,
E-u™ ,u a suuociueu bia<e. ra thei averageYias been nearly $1,000 per man:
w>re of confinement would have caused his and about $700,000,000 have been expended
»ith—Milledqevilk Union. in bounties alone. *
THE FAIREST OF THE FAIR.
Females, owing to tbe peculiar and important re
lations which they sustain/their peculiar organiaa*
tion, and the offices they perform, are subject to
many sufferings and ailments peculiar to the sex-
Freedom from these contributes in no small degree
to their happiness and welfare, for none can be hap
py who are iU. Not only so, but no one of these va
rious female complaints can long be suffered to run
on without involving the general health of the indi
vidual, and ere long producing permanent sickneaa
and premature decline. Nor is it pleasant to consult
a physician for the relief of these delicate affeotions,
aad only upon the most urgent necessity wills true
woman so far sacrifice her greatest charm as to do
this. The sex will then thank us for placing in their
hands simple specifics which will be found effica
cious in relieving and curing almost every one of
those troublesome complaints peculiar to tbe sex.
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT OF BUCHU.
Hundreds suffer on in silence, and hundreds of
others apply vainly to druggists and doctors, who
either merely tantalize them with the hope of a cure
or apply remedies which make them worse. I would
not wish to assert anything that would do injustice
to the afflicted, but I am obliged ta say that although
it may be produced from excessive exhaustion of the
powers of life, by laborious employment, unwhole
some air and food, profuse menstruation, the use of
tea and coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far of-
tener caused by direct irritation, applied to the mu
cous membrane of the vagina itself.
When reviewing the causes of these distressing
complaints, it is most painful to contemplate the at
tendant evils consequent upon them. It is but sim
ple justice to the subject to enumerate a few of the
many additional causes fc wliich so largely affect the
life, health, and happiness of woman in all classes
of society, and which, consequently, affect, more or
less directly, the welfare of the entire human fam
ily . The mania that exists for precocious education
and marriage, causes the years that nature designed
for corporeal development to be wasted and pervert
ed in the restraints of dress, the early confinement
of school, and especially in the unhealthy excite
ment of the ball-room. Thus, with the body half
clothed, aud the mind unduly excited by pleasure,
perverting in midnight revel the hours designed by
pature for sleep and rest, the work of destruction is
In consequence of this early strain upon her sys
tem, unnecessary effort is required by the delicate
votary to retain her situation in school at a later
day, thus aggravating the evil. When op© excite
ment is over, another in prospective keeps the mind
morbidly sensitive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, absolutely for
bidding the exercise indispensable to the attainment
and retention of organic health and strength ; the
exposure to night air ; the sudden change of tem
perature ; the complete prostration produced by ex-'
cessive dancing must, of necessity, produce their le
gitimate effect. At last, an early marriage caps the
clijpax of misery, and the unfortunate one, hitherto
so utterly teg^rdless of the plAin dictates aud re
monstrances of her delicate nature, becomes an un
willing subject of medical treatment- *§ tout a
truthful picture of the experience of thousands of
our young women. v
Long before the ability to exercise the functions of
the generative organs, they require an education ot
their peculiar nervous system ; composed of what
fs called the tissue, which is, in common with the
female breasts and lips, evidently under the control
of mental emotiops apd associations at an early pe
riod of life ; and, as we shall subsequently see, these
emotions, when excessive, lead, long before puberty,
to habits which sap the very life of their victims ere
nature has self-completed their development.
For Female Weakness and Debility, Whites or
Leucorrhcea, Too Profuse, Exhausting, Too Long
Continued Periods, for Prolapsus and Bearing Down,
or Prolapsus Uteri,we offer the most perfect specific
known : HelmboUVs Compound. Extract of JBuchu.
Directions for use, diet, and advice accompany.
Females in every period of life, from infancy to
extreme old age, will find it a remedy to aid nature
in the discharge of its functions.
Strength is the glory of manhood and woman
HELMBOLD’S E^TKACq? BUCJfU
ie more strengthening than any of the preparations
oi Bark or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleasant-
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU,
having received the endorsement of the most
PROMINENT PHYSICIANS IN TBE UNITED
STATES, is now offered to afflicted humanity ag a
certain cure for the following diseases and symp
toms, from whatever cause originating :
Mental and Physical Depression,
petermination of Blood to the H
Restlessness and Sleeplessness at Night,
Absence of Muscular Efficiency,
Loss of Appetite,
Disorganization or Paralysis of
the Orgaus of Generation,
Palpitation of the Heart.
And, in fact, all the concomitants of a Nervous and
Debilitated state of the system.
To injure the genuine, cut this out.
1 sK FOR HELMBOLD’S. TAKE NO OTHER.
W. M. Walsh,
Corner Broughton & Barnard street,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE STATE
WM. H. LEE
Between Broadway A Greenwich street. oct27-3m
Brown’s Standard Scales.
U SED by the United States and Foreign Govern
ments for more than
THIRTY YE AH9,
Adapted to any branch of business for foreign or
home markets. Warranted accnrate and durable.
Sales rooms No. 3 Barclay-sL, near Broadway. N. Y.
sepl» ly R. BROWN. Manufacturer.
New York Piano Fortes.
New Scale First-Class
Factory, 122,124 & 126 East 221 St..
R ESPECTFULLY announces that hla Large New
Factory is now completed, fully organised, and in
successful operation, by means of which he has greatly
increased his manufacturing facilities. He will there
fore be able henceforward to turn out 36 Piano, 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 pastitie has been continually a hundred instru
ments behind orders. A full assortment at all times
may be fonnd at his Manufactory and Warerooms in
New York City. Every instrument fully warranted.
Retail Warerooms. 743 Broadway. 3m-nl6
2 BBL9 fine old Maryland Whiskey -
36 bbls assorted Whiskey, of leading Cincinnati
brands, which we offer as agents for the manufac
turer, and invite the attention of dealers.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and Hams.
j!5-3 BRYAN, HARTRIDQE A CO.
c. V. HUTCHINS,
CRAIN AND COMMISSION
M. E R C H A. N-T,
155 Bay Street, Savannah.
H ay. corn, oats, meal, asm grain, bran,
Ac., Ac., in quantities to suit, at lowest market
COMPOSED OF IODIDE OF POTASSIUM,
WITH THE COMPOUND CONCEN
TRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF
ROOTS AND HERBS-
WM. H. GREGG. M. D. f
Graduate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons,
New York; fonnerly Assistant Physician
in trie Blackwell’s Island Hospitals.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Has produced a revolution in Medicine.
What may seem almost incredible is, that many dis
eases hitherto considered hopelessly incurable are fie
quently cured in a few days or weeks; and we cheer
roily invit e the investigations of the liberal minded and
scientific to cures which have no parallel at tjie pres-
During the past five years we have contended with
obstacles and overcome opposition as herculean os
were ever encountered by any reformers.
RAPIDITY OF CURE.
Some say, “Your cures are too quick,” while others
doubt tbeir permanence, and think that diseases con
only be cured by the “alow, recuperative process of
This is our reply: In health, the body, like a well-
balanced scale, is in a state of eqqlUbriam. But when,
Irom any cause, down goes one side of the scale, we
have the effects of disease. What is requisite, is to re
store the normal balance of tbe scale.
CONSTITUI/ION LIFE SYRUP
Is a positive and specific remedy for all diseases origt
nating from an impure state of the Blood, and for al
(hereditary} diseases transmitted from parent to child
It is so universally admitted that Constitution Life
Syrnp is the only effective means of restoration in the
various forms of Paralysis, that we need not reiterate
that it is emphatically the Great-Life-giving Power.
Indigestion, Weight at Stomach, Flatulence, Live
Complaint, want of Appetite, Bad Breath,
Struma, King’s Evil. Glandular Swellings, Erysipelas,
Ulceration, Balt 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 Syrup is a sovereign, it is in Rhenmalism aud its
kindred affections. The most intense pains are almost
instantly alleviated—enormous swellings are reduced.
Cases, chronic or vicarious, of twenty or forty years’
standing, have been cured by us
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Purges the system entirely from ail the evil effects o
Mercury, removing the Bad Breath, aud curing the
Weak Joints and Rheumatic Pains which tbe use of
Calomel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums,
and secures the Teeth as firmly asever.
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 baa ever proved its equal.
Moth Patches upon the female face, depending upon
a diseased action 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.
Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Languor, Dizzi
ness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcerated or
cancerous cbuditiCiV of that organ, accompanied with
burning or other unpleasant symptoms, \yill be re
lieved by the use of
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP.
As a General Blood-Purifying Agent, the Life Syrup
stands unrivalled by any preparation In the world.
THE RICH AND POOR
Are liable to the same diseases. Nature and science
have made the Constitution Life Syrup for the benefit
Produces healthy men and women; and if the consti
tution is neglected in youth, disease and early death ie
the result. Do not delay when the means are so near
at hand, aud within the reach of all.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Is the poor man'9 friend, and the rich man’s blessing.
WILLIAM H. GREGG, M. D„
Sole Proprietor, New York.
MORGAN & ALLEN,
Wholesale Lruggisls, Agents,
n22-3m 46 Cliff street, New York.
PRICE, 5 CENTS
tobe, thumb, BjnrmtE & co.
infill im toilimi* lilCBMTi.
SAX’ ST&BXXT, ■AVAXnVJ
respectfully solicit consignments of MERCHANDIZE and PROPERTY of all
s, lor Private Sale or Auction, and invite the attention oi’ Buyers to our stock, which
is always large and offered al the lowest prices.
ROBERT P. YORK.
M. E. WILLIAMS.
J. R. McINTIRE.
P. H. WARD.
Brigham, Baldwin & Co. Erwin & Hardee
Gaden & Unckles Hiram Roberts
EaKoche & West W. Woodbridge
Hunter & Gammell
Longstreet, Sedgwick & Co.
S. T. Knapp & Bro.
J • P. Boyle & Co.
D. H. Baldwin & Co
L. C. Norvell.
(Successor to William B. Hawkins,)
I MPORTER and Wholesale Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Ales, Wines, Liquors, Philadelphia Por
ter, Champagne Cider, Ac.,
No. lTG 3Tulton. Street,
Opposite St. Pant’s Chnrcli,
Bottler of Mile’s Celebrated Ale for Shipping and
Particular attention paid to Filling and Shipping
AH orders by mall will be promptly attended to.
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE AGENTS FOR THE
News, Book and Card
Sold at Manufacturer's Prices.-®*
jit COOPER, OLCOTT3 A FARRELLY.
Wm. M. Lawton,
TVDiBORX LAWTON & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
DEALERS IN COTTON, LUMBER, &c.,
Opposite the Mariners’ Church,
j3-tuf&sim BAY STREET, SAVARNAH.
I RESPECTFULLY invite the patronage of my old
friends and visitors to the city. I have Six Good
Billiard Tables, including two of Phelan’s make, with
the best Balls. Cues. Bridges, Maces, At, procurable.
My rooms are commodious, and I endeavor to employ
only competent attendants. My f??E lied w j~
a good assortment cf Ales, WtaejAJqnors, ogara, «c.
Wtf WALTER O’MEARA.
P ERUVIAN and Swan Island Gnanoe, Superphos
phates, and the Bruce Concentrated FertUiaer,
are offered to the Trade at Prices,
by GEO. E. WHITE A 00., 66 CHff street, New York.
GOOD and convenient Storehouse for Rent.-
. Apply at W Bay street . i5-tf
Important to Shippers!
Grreat Reduction in Freiarllts
UBWIN &. HARDEE’S X.I3VE
of fast, iron, light-draft, side-wheel Steamers, between
SAVANNAH AND MACON, SAVANNAH AND AUGUSTA
Via Hawkinsville and Brunswick R R„ touching reg And Intermediate Landings T oc
ularly at Doctortown and running in connection Point with the Georgia Railroad rSo-TTh
with the Atlantic & Gulf Railroad. yond. ° mnts be *
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 as
above, leaving Sivannah every Thursday morning at
9 o'clock; Hawkinsville 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 ho» landings on the Aitamaha and Ocmnlgee
rivers, and with this object in view they ask the sup
port of the merchants of Savannah and Macon, and
the merchants and planters along the line of the
above named rivers.
The following steamers being of exceedingly light
draft, and having ample and complete accommoda
tion for freight and passengers, will ply regularly as
Iron steamer WILLIAM G. GIBBONS, every Sat
Iron steamer AMAZON, every ten days.
Wooden steamer LAURA, every Wednesday.
Onr Captains and Pilots are the oldest and most
experienced on the river, and no effort will lie spared
to meet the wants of tbe travelling and freighting
INSURANCE EFFECTED AT THE VERY LOWEST RATES.
Freight repeived at all times at our warehouse, foot of East Broad street.
W. B. DAVIDSON, | E. A. WILCOX. I ERWIN & HARDEE,
Agent at Augusta. | Agent at Macon. | Agents at Savannah
E ITHER on Bnll street or on Congress, between
Bull and Whitaker, a GOLD BRACELET.
The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving it
at tbe coanting room of
j6 ERWIN A HARDEE.
BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
T HIS FIRST CLASS HOTEL has been remodeled
and newly re furnished and put in perfect order
The traveling public may rest assured they will find
comfortable accommodations at this house.
A. B. LUCE,
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND GENERAL
394 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
N. B.—All ORDERS sent by Mail promptly at-
Is, without doubt, the only known remedy lor
BRICK DUST DEPOSITS,
IRRITATION OF THE NECK
Certificates of cures from well-known persons from
all Darts of the country in circular, will be sent on ad
dressing MORGAN & ALLEN, Ag’ts,
aressm^m No . ^ cuff st , 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, &c., at all hours.
Dinnerss, Hoppers will be famished at the shortest
notice, and sent to any part of tiro city
Wines or all kinds, and of the very best, always on
h Tn addition, four Dining Rooms has been fitted up
in the neatest style for the accommodation of Ladies
and Gentlemen. _ . ’
Excellent Cooks and accommodating Waiters in
Attached'to the Restaurant is extra Diving, Sitting
aI A Barber^ho p, with competent Barbers, is also
connected with the Douse. All customers will hive
tbeir private cups with their names on.
Transient Boarders and Travelers will find it to
to their advantage to call
The patronage of the public is solicited.
PORTABLE AND STATI0NARI
**"* MANUFACTURED BY
T. F. ROWLAND,
The undersigned are Agents for tbe above, and
keep on hand, and can order at shortest notice, En
gines of any power desired. Apply to
jUlm E. C- WADE A CO.
KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE.
ft EQUAL TO JAVA! EgS
WHfa HALF THE PRICE!
» GOES TWICE AS FAR!
Recommended and (Jsed by All!
CLERGYMEN, PHYSICIANS and Professional Men,
as the cheapest, healthiest and best beverage
in the world 1
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS NORTH AND SOUTH
Tne 8onthe-n trade, to which it is specially adapt
ed, supplied through the New York city Wholesale
Groce re, or direct from the Manufactory.
IT 1154 |^g
RICHARD DAVIES, Proprietor.
And General Wholesale Dealer in Teas and Coffees.
GOOD lot, and other materials for Building por-
. poses. For sale by
BOUSE A BRYANT.
1284f 194 Bay street
Is now offered at private sale. She is 110 feet
long and 36 feet wide, over all. Her engine is 30 2-100
inches cylinder and 6 feet stroke.
SHE HAS JUST BEEN
UNITED STATES MACHINE SHOP AT SAINT
Xsi in Perfect Order.
Application for purchase must he made to
Con. C. R. BRAYTON,
J 6 tl Postmaster at Hilton Head, S. C.
Direct Importation from Londo
J UST RECEIVED, a large and varied assortment of
Imported Wares aud Nancy Articles, suitable for
lne coming season, embracing in part:
Statuettes—Bronze, Besqneand Pariar
Ladles’ Traveling Bags
Milliners' Fancy Wares
And an endless variety ot
ordered for this market and just received by ship
County of Picton, and other vessels now arriving.
Fancy Goods by the riginal package, to which the
attention of Milliners and others is invited.
W. W. LINCOLN,
Corner Congress and Bull streets,
THE EYE, EAR, AND THROAT.
TYR. WRIGHT, of Toronto, Canada West, Physi-
JL-r ctan and Surgeon, Oculist and Anrist, can bo
consulted on Deafness, Discharges from the Ear,
noises in Hie Head, Catarrh, Diseases or the Throat
Ali diseases of the EYE, requiring eitheir Medical
or Surgical aid attended to.
Office No. 41, in Dr. Thos. Buckler’s old office on
Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
j9'tf h ° Ur * lr ° m 9 10 12 A. M„ and 3to 5 P. M.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
THS west half of Brick Tenement situated on Hull
a 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
ont-bnlldings are all of brick, and consist of carriage
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. iff1866, for supplying the Jail with Fresh
Beef and Bread for the ensuing three months.
JOHN F. O’BYRNE,
JlO-lw Acting Chairman Jail Committee.
Auction and Commission Merchant
No. 3 STODDARD’S WESTERN RANGE,
WILL OIV* ATTENTION TO
Sales of Merchandise and Underwriters' Sales; to
Purchase and Sale of stocks, Bonds and
other Securities ; also Real State, I
At Private or Public Sale.
FOR SALE IN ANY QUANTITY,
ji2.fi p. w- ■eats A co.
ENGLISH DJIM CHEESE.
BOXES for sale on consignment.
BRIGHAM, BALDWIN 4 CO.
WHITE FINE LUMBER,
LiROCHE 4 JOHNSON’S,
A 2fit> Bay --tre- i.
CAPITAL, - - . 2,500,000.
M. A. COHEN, Secretary.
Andrew Low, i vgw R ...
n H Jcavru LicpnIn
D. H. Baldwin. I T - tr ,
Henbt Lai hi
Aaron \\ ill
t3&~ For Insnr ■ c .gums* Lo
Fire, apply at th<
OFFICE OF THE COMPANY,
89 BAY STHH i, - SATAN';All, GA.
THE NEW ENGLAND MUT1 A
INSU RANGE COAIPAA Y.
Last Cash R( un,
Total Surplus i> i
All Class r.f I.if,, p . ; .j
V F STEYEN r ■
j. M. GlBB) Iffjy
„ a! WILBUR,
Genera \ . G
COLUMBIA FIRE I URA 11 E COMPA
NY NEW FORK
Cash Capital $500,00
TIMOTit . , UHURt B
John D. Art r. ecretary.
Frederic 1 ! >xr, • j (
General Agent South
FULTON FI E N ; TRANCE COMPAN
OF NEW YORK
Cash Capital §20
’ A. COBB. Presidei!
Jas. M. Ra gin Secretary.
General Agent bo itli.
EXCEL9IOR FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus. jooo
MARCUS F. DODGE, President
Saml. M. Cra t, Serretan
General Agent South.
PUTNAM FI RE INSURANC E COMPAI
OF il l I n ORD, CONN.
Cash Capital $3 >■, ot
SAM', WOODRUFF, Presiden
Daniel Buck, Secretary.
General Agent. Souii.
SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE IN -
SURANC:. COMPANY, SP&tNG
Cash Capital „• »no
EDMU' ID FREEM lN, I
Wm. Connar, , he ret.
General A •
WASH INGTc IR E 1 Yrfi R\, .
PANY* OI BALTIMORE, ;
THOS. Y. CAW-JBY, Pres
F. J. McGINI IS, iS* • t.trv
General Agent Sout
in s or an c f .
Authorized Capital, $I0,400,0u0
f^KLES L.. COLBY A CO. are prepared to
j Marine Risks to any domestic or foreign
and Fire Risks in this city in tbe following ni
first class New York Companies,
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
COLUMBIAN MARINE INSURANCE
MORRIS FIRE AND INLAND INSUR
ANCE COMPANY £>0fl
COMMERC FIRE INSURANCE COMPY^ 20
STANDARD FIRE INSURANCE COMPY 20
Office in Jones’ Block, comer Bay and Abet
streets; Branch Office, comer of Drayton and B
streets. dl6 . t
FIRE AND MARINE
SECURITY INSURACE COMPANY
Capital and Surplus $1,600,000
PHCENIX INSURANCE CO.
Capital and Surplus $1,500,0 0
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE CO
Capital and Surplus $1,200 ;
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO-
Capital and Surplus $900
Risks taken in the above highly responsible f*
panics on buildings and merchandise of all det
tiong, at tlie lowest rates corresponding with 'he
risks. Apply to
A. A. LANE, Agent,
n9-Sm No. 12 Stoddard** Range, Bay etref :
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANS
Ths undersigned begs leave to Inform tbe inst
public that he has been legally appointed Agei
the above named Company, and is ready to take
rine, River and Fire Risks at customary rates.
O. C. MYERA Agent
Office over Hunter 4 Gammell. 84 Bay stre
References—Octsvns CoheD, Hunter A r- m. -It,
Erwin A Hardee. '' n octxtt