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and that he appreciates the sentiments of respect and
admiration universally felt for him throughout the
South, but it seems that not his, but Radical counsels
are to prevail. All that we have done is to be counted
aa nothing—worse than nothing. It is to be construed
against us and distorted into evidence of disloyalty.
" e a ^e to be allowed to do nothing voluntarily, but in
all things are to act under constraint and compulsion,
The President said—“We must trust the south.” The
Radicals say—“The South cannot be trusted." It
must be suspected, discredited, humiliated, disgraced
and punished to the last extremity of rigor. This
may not be brave, may not be magnanimous, but we
are powerless, and may aa well be silent. Our senti
ments are known as far aa we can make them known.
Let us bear our fate, trusting to Providence to
strengthen the bands of the President and to overrule
the evil intentions of those who despitefully use and
tote of I
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passed by the Senate.
.., y r,-ii. a.—The Senate to-day passed
1? ‘ q ll( . tuli provides that one-fourth of
. v I,.* collected on the 1st of January,
,i on*in each succeeding January,
lithe'whole is piiH.
FK om Washington.
vv Appropriation Bill Passed.
t- ' w1"N I*uR PENSACOLA AND NOR-
1,1 f- ’I.K STRICKEN OUT.
prertimrai** Bureau Bill passed.
, I S - , \ l ed.‘.' —The House to-day passed the
n l*:il. Nearly all the items of ei-
• r iuc Ni'rtolk and Pensacola Navy Yards
u ..-red iu the Senate amendment to
'n;c'= iVu*-au bill. Instead of confining the
n*..tl.« bill to these States in which the writ
u* a suspended, the law is made of
, , tv. all the States. The bill having
:‘i L- ot Congress now awaits the action
:. -V.; the credentials of Mr. Houston,
»t frciu Alabama, were presented and laid
U the table.
\ refi'.'lut.oL iva* "tiered for the appointment of a
miuittcc to m\ esrigate the charge of speculation
H , Ui -, t-nain ' •. vrnnuent sutton agents.
j ,i, U s:: .Maryland, made a speech against
• ... , i •ns:: utional amendment changing the
... :ir.i . al rq reselltatiou.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Arrival of the Austriu.
i TTON IRREGULAR A2TD LOWER.
y t u i >r.6. IVn. *J.—The steamship Austria has ar-
c.... ii I.iM-rp*»i»l dates to the 27th ult.
! i] d cottoL market was irregular and
v r.;:. ,• lower. The sales on Saturday were
ipmted at t*6 7 „£r 87. United States 5-20’s
The; la.* al i.*- a - .* unimportant.
Kn».!i lie* Richmond Whig.]
The Proper Course for the South,
t - .var i<» u- nil Hint the President wishes well
S'iith and that if his will could prevail, the
• rn s .ties would now be hack in the Union,
- niikm R' lucsentatives occupying their seats
r-iiirress. i» is also clear that there would be no
:i-. irinii i«r Congress on the subject of negro cuf-
_'r in Hi Sinies. but tiiat it would be left to the
i:i"i “i Hi -cvend States, as has all aloug been
1 M'O I is equally certain that he would pny re-
■'•t to :iic H.uu'-t unanimous opinions and wishes
tin* people of the District of Columbia, recently
expressed .it tiic polls against the extension to the
in elective franchise. It is clear that he
* .i!} opposed to the numerous Constitutional
an-ii.im-id-daily offered in Congress, and that he
nr*.; l- :i.e piwalent spirit of innovation and change
is;. , of danger to the stability and permanence of
: ;i‘ rk* of Government handed down to us by our
b-iers. He lias more than once likened these du-
uitr *i;ri.poiitIons for amending the Constitution
" I rean- ’.es aud resolutions at town meetings.”
Prr-.dent makes no concealment as to his opiu-
i*' and wishes. On the contrary, he avails himself
proper occasions to make them known, with
>:• purpose, doubtless, of placing himself
•-"ecT’.v before the country, and of exercising, if
**•' e. ;i wholesome and restraining influence
i v rrv ,::nionaiy radicalism of Congress. The
• . Mnamtamed at the opening of Congress is
* f *v u off. Much of the radical legislation then
Ai d. was so initiated under the pretext that it
• i-'-t m conflict with any avowed opinions or
- * -rtiie President. He now strips them of
: • li pretext, by expressing, distinctly and
• .-y.iiisopniu.us ati’d wishes, and by giving op-
. r. .i ;for tjieir pubheatiou throughout the coun-
*"t:.a. :f Ouigice? shall persevere In carrying
rii.licrj measures, it will be with the full
• : * and Knowledge that the President
••' i i" them. To what extent the action
- 8.-5 \\ :il be influenced by these public
• : • as -n the part of the President, re-
* ; b«- 'i n*- : adical leaders appear
* r-. ^rdlcss of all the checks and re-
^ ' ir* : mpted to be placed upon them.
'••*Uitr ti;i ..-in i.tinne their course and press the
. , mmenced, to the President's
uvi ..... over it, will soon be made appa-
eat ned veto, because we lcel war-
He -troiig dioapjuubatorj* language used
i ident, in assuming that he will
• I.- st of these measures, if forced
:..il I; i. n^rras. It is idle to supixjse that con-
. v - 1 v dl i an subsist between Congress
. - • i.i, should the majority peraistiu their
• ‘r-c i.r tl.r Si.nth to pursue is plain. It is
gam nothing by throwing
• test, it is our policy to keep as
W. Lave no voice or influence in
i i •bounced, although all our inter-
We naturally feel a lively, a
• J - : and are sometimes betrayed into
>n. .’is to be deemed imprudent. See-
' . oc' -s of reconstruction gradually
• 1 to elect municipal and county
1 ij choose State Legislatures and
• '• ug those Legislatures assemble,
‘i i 1 •*• fitly exercise all the legislative
• fleeted uovernors recognized by
u, *d duly installed in office—we be-
“ T w 'v i"id resumed our places m the
• 1 1 pel milted to speuk our senti-
be thought tlie contest ended,
b-s out commenced. We forgot that
i u; .ciuent* were only provisional,
’ j ..ted by an unfriendly congres-
a, di st sight of the fact that martial
the South. Every imprudent
< j ; .. '> “L>ij has returned to plague us. The
st * - ii-u Ui*, 1 iiiidr-d sensibility have been con-
iv, i l4 ,‘ ■ ' i ot disloyalty.
'h bd.* arma, taken the oaths of am-
• *. * d ;.V ' ‘ • tnd cannot strike 'blows, even if
.ii | .u.r i ' a j Ji j naturally chafe under the wanton
: .i a ^“n^nly denunciations so freely'bestowed
ti •j,j t- ‘ ‘inarters, and attempted to hurl
v •ditia'lr ! teeth, for it is not the habit of
: . * I..J ^ SU0Ulit silently to such treatment.
bear in mind that there is
• i L-: ' llf ^ t rinity in silence than in bandy-
m. , “ ' '••• should remember, too, that those
. "" I'H'n-d toabu^e have the power of a
> j, . ‘ 11 are disabled and helpless, they
*■ ... , ':*•* 1 in which find ourselves is
. • 1 * nnahsting, out it is the result of war,
< - . i urselves to it aa best we can.
. !* a ."r ' ^not save us from wrong; on the
. ^ ‘ 1 a '' asperate the Radicals to such a de-
; v. 1 , • ‘ to Huperadd measures of still
d*u *‘"WHequence has followed the Radical
* • uit V* i l1 ^ lu ( " ,1 ^ re88 * had all, under the
r ' «: ,«- r s . f 1 ' 1 1,1 we were American citizens, and
to* lii-1., 9 .'* v ‘‘ re on ce more States in the Union,
- ut - ,/‘ rit -U‘' e a J ^-awakening of that high senti-
* • • • r V </r< V” ' Ve had begun to feel pride and
‘•rscivi-a .j J'^ulgence. We have suddenly found
C 1J™*- and the delusion has been
[From our Special Correspondent.]
Milledgeville, Feb. 5, 1866.
The House met at 3 o’clock.
Mr. J. J. Jones of Burke, introduced a resolution
which was agreed to, that the action of the House iu
the afternoon session be confined to reading bills the
After reading a number of bills the second time, the
House adjourned till nine o’clock to-morrow morning.
Mjlledgevllle, Feb. 6, 1866.
The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.
Prayer by Rev. S. Brooks.
On motion of Mr. Bedford, the action of the Senate
on yesterday rejecting tlie bill to repeal all laws against
distillation, was reconsidered.
Mr. Brown—A bill to prevent the consumption of
grain by distillers, and to provide for the seizure and
confiscation of distilleries.
Mr. Butler—A resolution instructing the Committee
on Public Education to report on the best method ot
providing for public education and the endowment of
the State University.
Mr. Ezzard—A bill to allow the Superior Court of
Milton county to retain the State tax of 1866 and 1867
for the purpose of building a jail and for other pur
Mr. Freeman—A memorial from a citizen of Frank
lin County in relation to a bridge over the Hudson
river, the boundary between Franklin and Madison
Mr. Owens—A bill to define the rights of persons
owning landings on rivers.
Also, bills to amend sections 3,320, 4,792, 4,793; also
bills to amend section 3,866 of the Code, so far as re
lates to the City of Savannah.
Mr. C. H. Smith—A bill to authorize the Mayor and
City Council of Rome to issue change bills.
Mr. Strozier—A bill to regulate the annual returns
of incorporated companies.
Also, a bill to increase the fees of county officers
seventy-five per cent.
Mr. Butler—A resolution to simplify tbs enacting
and repealing clauses of bills.
BILLS ON THIRL) READING.
House bill to sell the Exiles’ camp. Passed.
Resolution of J. A. W. Johnson to require change
bills of the Western and Atlantic Railroad to be received
for freight and passage on said road. Passed.
Bill to regulate the administration of estates. Passed.
Bill to incorporate the Planters' Loan Association.
The Association is to have its office at Augusta. The
object i9 to lend money to planters—any rate of in
terest being allowed that the planter agrees to pay. The
bill was amended by restricting the Association to the
legal rate of interest by a vote of 21 to 12; and then,
on motion of Mr. Gibson, the bill was indefinitely
! A message was received from his Excellency inform
ing the Senate that the several banks of Augusta had
surrendered their charters. The Governor appeals to
the Legislature for clemency towards the officers of
these banks. The communication also included a
final report of the Georgia Relief and Hospital Asso
ciation. It also recommended loans by the State to
pay the Federal tax, or to tax the people for that tax
and exempt them the present year from State tax.
The memorial of the bunks incluued in the message
were ordered to be printed.
The House met pursuant to adjournment.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
The special order of the day, the abolition of the
Penitentiary system of punishment was taken up.
Mr. Byrd, of Mitchell, moved the indefinite post
ponement of the bill. Lost.
Mr. Starr, of White, introduced a resolution as a
substitute which was adopted, that it is the scums of
the House that the Penitentiary system and the pres
ent system of criminal law should be so modified as
to allow the continuation of the former anu of the ex
ecution of the latter in such a manner as will in the
course of a few years test the superiority of the dif
ferent modes of punishmeuj.
The Governor sent iu a message which was read
and 200 copies ordered to be printed.
Bill to amend 1st clause of section 954 of the Code.
Bill to make it penal to fell trees on another’s land
and carry ofl timber. Passed.
in“ despond." AVe
hj ' lH, , lettrt ened. Wetfoel
■u van, 1 ” Ul1 and Hustain tlie Pr
I that our effort,
1 v uin I,.r "“ uu "naiain me President have been
Lav* tuV s .o’ , tV ™ luade “ «U the harder for us. We
. v °t believing that be ia thia day aa
" ai 'Lree months ago—if anythfhg firmer—
Look Out for Counterfeit 540’a and 50’-.
There are now In circulation very dangerous coun
terfeit $50 compound interest uoler i-0 national
bunk notes, and $fo greenbacks. As these are of
recent issue the following description may be inter
“One of the moat dangerous counterfeits of the
national currency that has yet been issued is tlie
$50 compound interest note. It. is a fac simile of
tlie genuine note. The general appearance—like the
$100 of the same issue—is calculated to deceive tlie
best judges. All that have come umler our observa-
tio i tnus far bear data July 15, l-W, and letter C.—
[The date and letter, however, may easily lie altered.]
•• The female figure on the left end is rather coarse
ly executed, and the visage of the male portrait on
the right end is not so well done—having much the
appearance of a mulatto face. Tlie lettering is al
most raultless, but the shading is much heavier ami
darker than the genuine note. The counterfeit is
aliout oue-slxteenth of au inch narrower than the
good note and a fracti u shorter.
“Counterfeit twenties of the national currency are
being extensively circulated throughout the Western
States. All that we have yet beard of bat e been on
the First National Bank of Indianapolis; but the plate
may be easily altered to represent the same denomina
tion of any other national bank.
"There are some three or four different plates of
counterfeit $20 legal tender notes in circulation. Iu
many cases the defective engraving and baa general
appearance of the fraudulent note will enable its de
tection. The discrepancies noted in the following en
graved points will be found useful in many cases in
determining the genuine from the bad bills, though it
does not hold gotsi in all cases. The point to which
we allude is the letter H in the word THE, in the in
scription in lower center.”
The same “extra” contains the following:
“Naw Yohe, Jan. 22.—A new counterfeit $100 na
tional currency note, well executed, lias made its ap
“WiSHraoTos, Jan. 2 *.—Several well executed coun
terfeit coupons of the seven-thirty Treasury notes
were canceled at the Treasury to-day. The coun
terfeit is a very close imitation of the genuine cou
I Si UE.VEHAL.
A revivalist in Binghamton, N. Y., recently en
countered a large sized African and asked him—“My
good man, have you found the Lord !” To which
Sambo replied, in a surprised manner—"Golly, mas.
ear, is de Lord lost ?”
—There is a social club at New York known as the
—Mr. Harris, of Mississippi, the private Secretary of
Jeff. Davia, who was released some time since from
prison, has arrived in Washington.
—An Irish Railway was recently sold for debt in the
Dublin Bankruptcy Court. A Londuu Arm bought
it for $125,000. There was a debt of nearly $350,000
—The Galveston News is glad the negroes are
petitioning Congress for their rights, and it hopes that
each particular negro in the South, man, woman and
child, will petition that body lor something. They all
need something, and should appeal to Congress for it,
and keep that body out of mischief by confining it to
the reception of their petitions.
—A man and woman named Brandon have lately
been charged before the Tribunal of Correctional Po
lice in Pai ls with annoying a neighbor named Faucon-
net, by training a parrot to repeat Ihe words, “Fan-
connet is a thief, a miser, a pig,” Ac. They were fined
sixteen francs each, and ordered to pay between
them fifty francs damages.
—An association of amateur fishermen has been
organized fir Kentucky, called the Kentucky Piscato
rial Society, with a capital of fifty thousand dollars.
Ita object ia to preserve the fish of Kentucky rivers
from entire annihilation, with which tbey have beeu
seriously threatened during the past few years.
—Brigandage in Italy is becoming much reduced.
Only 292 brigands now remain in the Southern prov
inces, and of these 150 are cooped up in the province
of Terra di Laqoro, abutting on pontifical territory.
Of the seventeen provinces in the South, six are quite
free from brigandage, and in three the marauders are
but three in number.
—Several wagons loaded with Illinois cotton, arrived
at St. Louis recently.
—Why is electricity like the police when they are
wanted J Because it is an invisible force.
—Last year two hundred and thirty-two persons were
killed by carriage accidents in the streets of London.
—The ladies of Glasgow, Kentucky,are engaged in ar
ranging for an elegant supper and entertainment, to
be given shortly, for the benefit of the indigent or
phans of the South.
—A man who UBed to be on honest miner in California,
after living in the mountains for several years, shoul
dered his knapsack one day and struck out for Idaho
He arrived there last spring and took np a quartz
claim. A few days ago he sold the claim for $800,000 in
gold coin of the realm.
SAVANNAH. GEORGIA, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY .10. 1866.
CRAIN AND COMMISSION
155 Bay Street, Savannah.
H AY. CORN, OATS, MEAL. SEED. GRAIN. BRAN,
OILCAKE, Ac., Ac., in quantities lo suit, at
lowest market rates i 15-1 m
HOMH INSURANCE CO., SAVANNAH.
Agreeable to resolution of the Board of Directors,
an instalment of One Dollar per Share ia hereby called
lor, payable on or I cfore the 20th of February next.
jgg-->swtd M A. COHEN. Sec.
OFifiChi SOUTHERN I«N. a, TRU&T Co.,
Savannah, Jan. IV, I860.
The Board of Directors of this Company have this
day called in an instalment of one dollar per share,'
parable at the office of the Company on or before the
first of March next.
20-2awiMl J. C. MuNULTY, Sec.
Immense Improvement In Steam.
HICKS' PATENT DIRECT-ACTING, RE-
CIPROCATING-PI3TON STEAM EN
S AVE 75 per cent. In space, weight, transportation.
friction, ami parts over the best engines, with
great economy iu steam and repairs. The cheapest,
simplest most compact, anil durable made. Adapted
to all purposes. For circular address the Hicks
Engine Co., No. 88 Liberty street, New York.
NT3W SKIRT FOR '85
The Great Invention of the Age
J. W. Bradley’s Sew Patent Dupex Ellip
tic (or Double) Spring Skirt.
T HIS Invention consists of Dnplex (or two; Eliptic
Pure Refined Steel Springs, ingeniously braided
tightly and firmly together, edge to edge, making the
toughest, most flexible, elastic and durable Spring
ever used. They seldom bend or break, like the sin
gle Springs, and consequently preserve their perfect
and beautiful shape more than twice as long as any
Single Spring Skirt that ever has or can be made.
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any lady wearing Ihe Duplex Elliptic Skirt
will be experienced particularly in all crowded Assem
blies, Operas, Carriages. Railroad Cars, Church Pews,
Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress, as the
Skirt can be folded when in use to occupy a small
K lace as easily and conveniently as a Silk or Muslin
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort and
great convenience of wearing the Dnplex Elliptic
Steel Spring Skirt for a single day will never after
wards willingly dispense with their use. For childreu,
misses and young ladies they are superior to all oth
The Hoops are covered with 2 ply doable twisted
thread and will v. car twice as long us the single yarn
covering which ir .ised on all Single Steel Hoop Skirts.
The three bottom rods ou every Skirt are also Double
Steel, and twice or double covered to preveut the cov
ering from wearing off the rods when dragging down
slairs. stone steps. &c., which they are constantly
subject to when in use.
Ail are made of the new and elegant Co.ded Tapes,
and are the best quality in every part, giving to the.
wearer the most graceful and perfect shape poaribl#
and are unquestionably the lightest, moat desirable,
comfortable and economical Skirt ever made.
WESTS', BRADLEY A CARY. Gate J. I. A J. O.
West;; Proprietors of the Invention, and Sole Manu
facturers. «7 Chambers and 79 and 81 Baade streets,
New York. »a»-
For sale in all first class stores in this city, and
througlmut the United States and Canadas, Havana
dc Cuba, Mexico, Soutb America, and the West In
jfT" Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or double)
Spring Skirt. jyS Sit
HATS AND SHOES.
In order to make room for my Spring and Summer
Hats, Caps and Fancy Goods,
I am now dosing out my elegant stuck of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Men, Womeu and Children,
A.T O O » T !
8. M. COLDING,
fi» 153 Congress street.
EVEN BARRELS CIDER VINEGAR
Landing and (or sale by
CHARLES L COLBY A CO.
T HE copartnership between J. F. McBeth and
Thomas W. Oliver, doiug business at Mobley
Pond. Oh., under the name of McBeth A Oliver, is
dissolved J. F. McBeth will settle all claims agains t
19-3 TH03. W. OLIViIR.
KITS No. 1 MACKEREL
Lauding per schooner Elliott and for sale by
f9 CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.
A New Fertilizer.
■\TTE have lieon appointed agents for the State of
Vv Georgia for me “Eureka Ammoniated Bone
Super-phosphate of Lime,’’ a new and valuable ferti
lizer, adapted to tlie cultivation and regeneration of
our soil, and greatly to increase the yield.
We propose to sell ou a credit upon the following
conditions: The purchaser to give ua a satisfactory
pledge that enough or his next crop will be sent us
for sale by first of January, 1837, to meet his till, or,
if it is preferred, we will take factors’ acceptance or
personal security; In either care Interest to be
These accommodating terms are purposed in order
that this article may be in the reach of all who de
sire to increase the value and productiveness of their
lei(9-lm F. W. SIMS A CO.
jQ FIRKINS CHOICE BUTTER
Landing per steamship Chase, and tor sale by
f9 CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.
To Wharf Owners.
Y OU are requested to commence, without delay,
ihe neediul repairs upon your prnp-rty. Ihe
washing of sand Into the river must bo stopped, and
mooring posts must be erected upon every wharf.—
Yon win soon be required to repair all the wharves
and put them in perfect order.
By order of the Commissi' tiers of Pilotage.
18-:w JOHN STODDARD. Chairman.
Packages Prime LEAF.
For sale by
MAOKY. BEATTIE A CO.,
203 and 90$ Bay street.
Brown’s Standard Scales.
U SED by the United Statea and Foreign Govern
ments for more than
Adapted to any branch of business for foreign or
home markets. Warranted accurate and durable.
Sales rooms No. > Barday-eL, near Broadway. N. Y.
sepia It B. BROWN, Manofrctnrer.
Which fold up complete for transporting. The most
com fortable bed lor a warm climate: good uphol
stered and t*st lmir tops. 8. P. KITTLE, 150 l hitl-
h»m street, NewTork.
Every hing to complete and fnmish a bed. Tue
place to buy is where the tiling is madr. fS-2m
P ROPOSALS WANTED for the erection of a' Build
ing suitable far a Saw Mill. Apply to
COMSTOCK A KINSEY,
18-3 - 154 Bay street.
H EIDT A LUDLOW Will dispose of the balance of
their Winter Stock, consisting of
OVERCOATS and SACKS,
at reduced prices, in order to make room for their
No. 154 CONGRESS STREET,
18 4 G'bhoaa' Range.
, v i
4 nnn BUSHELS Western Mixed
)UuU 1 OOn bUBliels Maryland White.
Just landed, aud fer sale low by
K G. HAYNES,
1-6 190 & 192 Bay street, corner Baruard.
| n OCTAVES 1858, direct from bond, for sale by
1 v MAOKY. BEATTIE A CO.,
17 103 and coo Bay street.
A FIRST-RATE BMp Carpenter, either white or
A black, will find a pei mauent .Uuallon aud good
wages by applying atouce to
ORFF * WATKINS,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS
xaar at.ii its bratjohjus,
111 <fc 113 Congress St., Savannah.
c ommissioiv j, lutcHAHTs, Ac.
Hinhv Yonoc. Jian Yohg*.
1IENRT Y0NGE & €0.,
general (Commission iHcrcb’ts,
No. 11 BROAD STREET,
SOLICIT consignments of Cotton, Naval Stone,
Sawed Lumber and Timber.
Particular attention given to the purchase of R*il-
Hun. J. P. King, President Georgia Railroad,
William M. Wadlsy, President Central Rallrosd,
'Ferdiunud Phinixy, R. P Clayton, Augusta.
-Charles Day, T. K. Bloom, Macon.
Hunter Auammell, Savannah. J13-tf
Of Savannah, Ga
John M. W. Uill.
Of Jefferson Co., FIs.
ERWIN A HARDEE.
EOEIVED BY COOPER, OLCOTTS A FAR-
Ned Musgrave, by Theodore Hook
Guy Deverell, by the author of “ Uncle ?ilas"
Miidred’a Wedding, liy Frauces Derrick
Simplicity and Fascination, by Anne Beale
Lite of Stonewall Jackson, by a V irginian
Appleton’s Railroad Guide for February
Southern History of the War, by an Englishman
LMlllyl & SWEAT.
Uajr at. between Whitaker lad Barnard.
S TRUCT attention will be
aud sale or General Mere
her. Lumber, Heal Estate, Sine
Gso. R. Ckdmp. «
Wu, A. WamuT,
Late of Richmond, Va.
Ussav L. Jewett. James I. Snider.
Jewett & Snider,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND
Second Street, Macon, Georgia,
(Between Cherry and Po; ’ar.)
Prompt personal atiention given all consign
ments of cotton, produce- manufac.ures and other
articles of merchandise. Orders and consign meats
solicited from all parts of the conntry. Best attention
giveu to orders for purchasing cotton.
Agents for several first class Insurance Companies,
A. DUTENHOFER & CO.,
Bay Street, Savannah, Ga.
Prompt attention given to the purchase, sale amt
shipment of cotton, lumber aud muntrTura
(luce generally. Consignments solicited!
on which Uherul advances
win be made.
J. C. KOCH,
No. 35 I5eekmart Street,
Corner of William,
Manufacturer of Stationery, Photographic Albums,
Music Paper, Folios, Books, Ac.
GEO. D. KOWLE.
FORMERLY OF ALEXANDRIA, VA.,
Importers of Railroad Iron and Dealers in
Office, 70 Broadway,
. Al CRUMP & CO.,
General Commission Merchants
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, Lienors, Tobacco, Segars,
SALTED FISH, &c.
209 Broad St., Augusta, Ga
Will parch see and sell on Commimiou Cotton,
Tobacco, Paouuua, and Mkbcuaj«i>Jsi of every d<:
Refers to the Merchants and Bankers of Augusta,
Ga., Richmond. Va-. and Jno. C. Ferrill, Esq., De-
Witt £ Morgan, Gaden A Cnckles, A. A. Solomons A
Co., J. T. Paterson A Co.. K. Moliui, Esq., Savannah,
G. B. & G. W. LAMAR,
General Commission Merchants
Forwarding and Sblpjhif Agents,
NO. M3 BAY STREET, dp stairs.)
Refer to Geo W. A udeison, Jn<; V. Ferrel and G. B.
Lnmar, SavunLuli; W. E Jackrfn. Josiah Sibley A
Sons, J. B. A J. W. Walker, Augpta. CoiiHlgnments
JOHN S. SIMMS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
WHOLESALE AND BETAf, DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Groterics, &c.,
NOS. 1 AND 2 SAMOS’ BLOCK,
Bay Street, Jacksoiulle, Florida.
IO. 8. BAMMIB. ZD. 6. 8AMML
W. A. Bk*^nt.
Bouse & Bryant,
(Formerly of JacksJville. Florida.;
Forwarding and Comission Merchants,
SAVANNAH, - f GEORGIA.
W ILL give prompt itten
warding guods, sales!
orders. Aud will also k<
good stock ol Groceries, Lii
meats, Building Material
Ac... besides other goods
to receiving and for-
consignment, and all
constantly on hand a
a, Agricultural Impie-
bauks A Co. ’» Scales,
lor sale on consignmeufnd for wh.ch they are
agents. Orders aud cousilments respectfully solic
ited. t ‘ d27-3m
By Cooper, Olptts & Farrelly,
SIGHT MID| TIME DRAFTS
ON NW YORK.
For sale by
GOURtf. MATTHIESSEN A CO.,
11 Stoddard’s Lower Hangs.
GOOBD1M, 1TTHIESSER & CO.,
Commiss in Merchants,
No. 11 8TOE KB’S LOWER RANGE.
4OilN a. rplivwAM |j. H. WAKING.
F tK the
Refer to John 8. Gittfng*, FrMhfcmt
B ink : Chas. Goodwin, Cashier Franklia Bank, Balti
more ; E. C. Wade A Co. and P. H. Behu, Savannah.
n!4 3m _ .. ' .
Brigham, Baldwin A Co., Savannah; Hiram Rob
erta, Savannah : J. H. ZeiUu A Co., Macon, Ga.; Dr
N. L. Augfer, Ink Bex. CaL, Augusta; James M. Bali,
Esq., Atlanta, Ga.; Willis Chisholm, Atlanta ua -
C. L Robinson, Jacksonville, Fla.; F. Dibble, Jack
sonville, Fla ; Col. W. L. Bailey, Jefferson county,
Fla.; D. H, Baldwin A CO., New York; Bearden A
Co., New York. Warren Mitchell, Esq., Louisville,
A. 8. Hartridge,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
92 BAY STREET,
MITCHEL & SMITHS,
Particular attention given to the sale, purchase
and shipment of cotton, cotton yarns, sheeting,
shirting and general merchandise; also, to receiving
and forwarding goods.
Erwin AT Hardee, Savannah
* Ulagborn A Cunningham, Savannah.
J. W. I-athrop, Savannah.
.jj Aaron Wilbur, Savannah.
K. B. Lung A Co., Augusta.
Lloyd G. Bowers, Calumotu.
V. A. Gasttll, Atlanta.
William Bryce A Co., New York.
A. P. Tapley, Boston.
<Jtiffing a Tobey, Memphis,
s. u. Wood, Nashville.
Guterie A Co., Louisville, Kentucky.
PRICE. 5 CENTS.
CAPITAL, - - - 2,500,000.
M. A. COHEN, Secretary.
Akdbxw Low, w. R a,.._
b “ ,1ham ’ Wk/wilSS,
2’JL Jno. W. Asomww,
®“** T Ootavcb Cobin,
AaaoM Wilbub, Jno. M. Coorai.
W For Insurance against Lose or Damage by
Fire, apply at the
OFFICE OF THE COMPANY,
89 BAY STREET, - SAVANNAH, GA.
THE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Orgabiz esd, 1843.
ScS u jfe::;;;;—
Losses Paid i rnnnn
Total Surplus Divided.....’.’".’.” l’247’()00
Amount Insured 24,849 481
All Classes of Life Policies Issued. ’
1. M.J5„Ji, F s2£r 8 '
n „ A. WILBUR,
UeDeral Agent Georgia and Florida.
COLUMBIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPA-
NY, OF NEW YORK.
Cash Capital $500,000
TIMOTHY G. CHURCHILL, Prest
John D. Arthue, Secretary.
Frederic B. Em.jott, Supt. of Agencies
General Agent South.
FULTON FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Cash Capital $200,000
s A COBB, President.
Jas. M. Rankin, Secretary.
General As-ent South.
EXCELSIOR FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY, OF NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus $260 000
MARCUS F. DODGE President.
oaml. M. Craft, Secretary.
General Agent South.
PUTNAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Cash Capital $500,000
SAML. WOODRUFF, President.
Daniel Bock, Secretary.
General Agent South.
SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, SPRiNG-
Cash Capital $300,000
EDMUND FREEMAN, President.
Wm. Connar, Jr., Secretary.
General Agent South.
JOHN L. VILLALONGA,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MER
No. 94 Bay Street,
Lumber & Commission
No. 9 STODDARD’S LOWER RANGE
Bay Street, Savannah,
THOS. H. AUSTIN,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
No. 95 BAY STREET,
di2-3m* SAVANNAH, BE0NNIA.
HAWKINS & FAY,
MO. 47 PEARL STREET,
NEAR PRODUCE EXCHANGE, N. Y.
WM. B. HAWKINS, J- ROCKWELL FAY
Particular attention paid to buying Produce, Provi
eions. Whiskies, and Clgara, ou order, and to con
CLINTON HUNTER, firm of Spofford, TUeston A
Co., New York. Faucher A McCbeeuey, 5 Water-aL,
New York. Richard El Mr, 114 Water street, New
York. Wm. B. Miles, 69 Christie street, New Yoik.
W. E. Sibell. 6 Wall street. New York. Lawia L.
Jones. 17 Bf'i.tivt/. 1 S. W. Ma°on A Go., Havaunah.
OFFICE llf5 BA’
This Company continues to write Fire Rieka ot ail
claaaes, on Buildings and Merchandise at the cus
All Losses are (airly adjusted and promptly paid.
J L \ illalonga.
T M Norwood,
J W Lathrop,
Asher Ayres, Macon
H. BRIGHAM, President.
J. C, McNDLTY, Secretary.
Savannah. Jan. 7lb, 1856. fi-lm
John M. Cooper.
Jas. G. Mills,
John R. Johnson.
Geo. L. Cope,
Wm. H. Tison,
W. E. Jackson, Augusta
T~VANIKL R. THOMAS has this day been associated
\J with me iu the Insurance Agency. The Arm
will be Thomas A Son.
J. T. THOMAS,
117 Bay street.
Savannah. 1st February. 1866. fiS-tf
THOMAS & SON, AGENTS,
No. 117 BAY STREET,
A RE prepared to write for the following Com
panics at reasonable rates.-
F. M. MYRELL,
GENERAL. COMMISSION AND FOR
BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
IIarrl»’ Buildings, 2d door west of A. Low A Co.'s.
Refer* to Messrs. Hunter A GammelL Crane, John
son A Graybiil; Bel), Wylly A Christum ; Both well A
Whitehead; Miller, Thomas A Co.; M. A. Cohen,
Auction and- Comission Nercbant
No 3 STODDARD’S WESTERN RANGE,
WILL OIV* ATTENTION TO
Sales of Merchandise and rrutenoriters' Sales; to
Purchase and Sale of StocKs, Bonds and
other Securities; also Beal Estate, .
At Private or Public 8ale.
CHAS. L. COLBY & CO.*
Shipping Conamlaslofe and Forward lug
ns bums, omm Sat sod abbsoos* mm
IB1BAL CASH ADVANCES
on consignments O the firm of Qua L Co LAV,
of New York, or Dour friends in Boston.
Merer*. Dabney, Morgan A Co., New York.
Jarirs Slade, *»-**’'
Hon. J Wiley Edmands, Boston.
Gardner Co.by, Esq., Boston.
MERCHANTS’ A MECHANICS
NORTH AMERICAN. 1
CROTON. >■ Of New York.
WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS, of Plttafleld, Mare.
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
QCEAN and INLAND RISKS taken at entrant
THOMAS A SON. Agents,
117 Bay street.
THOMAS & SON,
No. 117 BAY 8TREET,
SPECIAL. AND LOCAL AGENTS FOR
Of New York,
Three Million Dollars,
ISSUE POLICIES OF
Fire & Marine Insurance
Mad* payable in GOLD re CURRENCY.
SOUTHERN MUTUAL ij^fesU-
(IstablUhed in 1849.)
Hon. W. F. DiSACSSCBE, Free.
F. W. McMastib. Actuary.
This Company has paid for lowas to the Widows
and Orphans of the South near $400,000.
The rate* are low and profits regularly returned to
J. B. BRAD, M. D. Medical Examlne7.
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEANS
The undersigned beg* leave to inform the insuring
public that be has been legally appointed Agent for
the above named Company, and is ready to tue Ma
rine, River and Fire Risks at customary rates.
O. C. MYERS, Agent,
Office over Hauler A Gammell, 84 Bsy street.
Fire and Marine
MERCHANTS’ INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cash Capital $1*00,000
PHCENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cosh Capitol $000,000
BALTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
New York City.
Cash Capital, $*00,000
Risks taken on insurable property of svery descrip
tlou in the above-named Companies, ou the mo*
favorable terms, by application at the office of the
undersign ted, No. 116 Bay street, Savannah.
H, BRIGHAM, Agent.
CERTIFICATES dfr IN§I»AWCB
SIX BALES SEA ISLAND BAGGING,
FORDYCE, ANDERSON A JANNEY,
fWf 10 Stoddard's Bang*.
au areas nr rnm mmoahow.
ILIA COILS Flu Rope; a superior article to Qreea
1 Uv leaf or any otter 1
leaf o» any
Inter* and for sale by
CHAS. L COLBY A CO.