SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 83. 1866.
vannah Daily Herald
IS PUBLISHED BT
Uverpool Dates of February 1st.
IMPORTANT FENIAN NEWS.
FRANCE AND THE UNITED STATES.
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The Spanish-Peruvlno War.
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j'ltOM THE CAPITAL.
MlLI.KDGEVTLLE, Fel). 20, 18CC.
, The Senate on yesterday, by
rebuked the hasty and inconsiderate
jj ou .e in its hostility to the railroad in-
sta i,. The most that that body should
. ,it the present time was to have
riilroiids hack to their several charters.
elw u"h tor them. To have to regulate
l,v greenback value, when the prices
" itu-d by their charters were on a gold
j . put when it is remembered
1 imp It taut tmk ill the great railroad uet-
sute m the greatest sufferer, and is still
svinpathetic cooperation of the people,
’ t ' r . lItl ,. e lts rates to the standard pre-
•i bill passed by the House, is almost
■Ml. nipt to crush the very life out of it
' non-completion of the Central
aunoimced by the press that
probably be in May, a thriU of
ii Mr belo
j e J the public licart.
. j ^ f u r tbi* banks has been already
, u both houses; and although no definite
^' cliun i ldS bi'eii hud, enough has been evinced
li. ii that the stockholders will get
ruin personal liability; though no obstacle
r,vn in the way ot relief from penalty to
thi-e institutions. The personality lia-
, . ,a -Ml a t ivorite with the Legislature. It
• tr-hlu • i bv the House into the charter of
:1 Minin -. Manufacturing and other Compa-
", In ir arts of incorporation could be ap-
The S» nate suffered such institutions to be
ii r j L without these restrictions; and it was
Hin-' to ace. when the bills came back from
with the usual clause, how sooii the capital
. vl-t ,i- w n. by the friends of the measures,
what* wa* originally intended,
buu pretty thoroughly discussed;
j guv whether the ad valorem tax
, r ..a. loin th of one per cunt. Speci-
vvi'ii'uot Vm ievicil. 1 ihmk, to any very great
lnhiuutely ■ "lUicete.! with the tax bill is the
. fV.'n i.;ll'’which lias also been discussed.
, ‘J, , s )ui. • deiided to pay themselves $9 per
' ]- uioix excu.-i for this pay than there
, i, i.e at tirst. Many of the members are
in the I egislatiire with great detriment
, , uterests at home. That class of mem-
i*.il.,„v pretensions softer more than farmers.
, i r . rl.iilt ii i their absence from home from
, u j,, i,i- ,-i i r nt perhaps for the whole year,
l -„\ iii. ju^li prin allowed themselves is not
.,,.1. jiiuoki. I trust, however, it will not be made
U ii? in the future.
iiiiury system of punishment has been
:\> litiilitu n nj botii branches. There are not
h :u the Legislature to abolish it altogeth
er u»d" with it is the question. The Fed-
.. uii.tcr >iiAi iuan consumed with fire every
• :n tlu ciii-i 'sure ; and many are disposed to
w min Miii.-dgeville to some other locality.
« n >• .* poki-n <»t, and I should not be sur-
*«■■ ii > ..m ii .1 to that place. There is not the
vi a .1 .i t licit it is the best place to locate it.
■ ui'-i ' cheaply at Stone Mountain with
ti.au it ran l e rebuilt at Milledgeville with
ini tin ijuairying of granite could be made
\i : the State. No other work could be
; ,.:1< it least for the present. I trust it will
in id Milledgeville, for this city does not
w.-uld be better off without it.
ii - is re becoming restive and anxious to
?!.•■ ir ii- >mes. It is believed that the Legisla-
i.; tiie last ot next week, or at any late
i : ii- «■; the week after. This may be done
h.i. ti. n of bills of the same nature, by
.. . mug sessions, and the restriction of
i livt- t»r ten minutes. Efforts are being
that dirtvtiou which will doubtless soon be
• ph. n«
here and will speak tomor-
i copy of the bill to provide
LKOiUii \ LEtilSLATUKE.
Milledgeville, Feb. 19, 1866.
«-t ui lu •.'clock a. m.
i >i t Richmond, iu the chair.
F. K. brooks.
i>’iiu>oii introduced a bill to donate the
to tin state lying in the Okafanoke
enuanent endowment to the Orphan’s
>AIK BILLS ON Till HD READING.
1 i » regulate aud fix the charges of rail-
- Sul a the charges allowed the Georgia
Vtatnl private contracts made during the
.iiinu-to the same an cquitablecon-
-iF'siuute was offered to this bill, which
i • printed, and the bill and substitute
i- r the present.
- census of the State the present year.
-*n the table for the present.
pea! M;ctioa«4413 of the code. Passed,
law iorbiding the carrying of concealed
quorate the Rome Gas Light Company.
i rate the North American Fire Insu
lt <•! Atlanta. Capital stock $100,000.
ip -rate the Wall a tehee Mining Company.
it the sale of spirituous liquors, and
n»t tiic* keeping of disorderly houses.
-stabli.-h a state Orphan Home made the
1 the d iv I -'i' Wednesday next,
vr t til*- State's reserve in the corporate lim-
i* -a in the city of Macon. Passed.
BILLS ON THIRD READING.
tlu time for the issue of head rights.
e pr diem pay of teachers of
el of Matha A. Lester of Fulton
the line between Fayette and Clayton,
line between Upson and Crawford.
appointment of Vendue Mas-
orporated towns of this Staff.*.
all the acts of the civil officers
• such officers have been par-
tion 3320 of the code. Passed.
town of Steadman in the
i uj w i ctton 3794 of the code. Lost.
I^ i i!pg' Iu lllt c,liirtcr of the town of George-
L ■ Vutaan cum.ty. i> as6ed .
» m,uX.'r ‘ llalt, - ra
and corporate laws of the
the mode of electing Alder-
Superior Court of Screven
,u vMraiax.; Passed.
‘-Kusate < 'rilinaries and Clerks for admin-
ludiuy ot bills the second time the Sen-
morning at 10 o’clock.
e( i till t.,-i
“'ii-, moved the reconsideration
eJ ,JU Saturday. The resolution
/ Vr Hi
, 1 - tntrodn.- re=
iIr Morris a y d ulU r 20th ii
tiie pn khll -A res 1
■ c * i.. , Oi-ntiary rerx
0 mob—a bill relating to Vendue
■udliu (jf it . •
,, - HuuiitaM,,-.. rns "“ A b>ill to incorporate the
Mr :, ^Ton k , 0I1, i )au y-
! !cr Ik- ii,,-. i„ A resolution that no new
solution that the Com-
s ‘ r -' 1 - PunkT' iUUr ' V ■ re P ort "'hat repairs are
j '* ifiiuinals. “‘"•ffution in order for the recep-
p'y v, - r “ fcxtra I** •» build a
Lioie R:v L . r '.hf ''k^-'thorpe—A bill to incorporate
M^Uoder',;.- m! k L ' JI “paiiy.
&i!** t] »' marS’uffiT^ b ' U f° repal the Uw
i * 6 “otjia«. " ol tost cousins,
gu. o n ee—a resoluhon for the relief
I'ottm M„H U8C0 Bee—.
•rocn—A bill to repeal sections
'lie Inferior Court of Green
to incor > )orate the
Pier ce—A bill
i bill for the relief of Milah
Aith a bond only for pereonal
S moved trv
N iutij U f 0r . -u spend the rules to take up
I Ik ^snissin,. ' . r , l et 01 banks. The motion,
1 ^Useadj. ’
, Hoses i
uliet of banks.
- "as 1. »st.
lruea ‘HI 3 o’clock
New York, Saturday, Feb. 17, p. m.
The Inman steamer City of London, which left Liv
erpool at eleven o’clock ou the morning of the 31st
ultimo, and Queenstown on the 1st inst., arrived at
New York to-day.
'The news of the resolution introduced In the United
States Senate in favor of the withdrawal of the Ameri
can Minister from London and non-intercourse with
Great Britain, produced no effect in London financial
circles, the tabling of the resolution by so large a ma
jority being accepted as evidence that the Senate de
sires to remain at peace with England.
The Fenian Commission still continued the trial of
prisoners in Dublin, but it was expected the court
would rise in a day or two.
The Dublin Mail says it was rumored that the occa
sion of a “Drawing Iioom,” to be held at the Cattle
on the 1st of February, would be availed of by the Fe
nians for an emeutc.
The same paper states that the government intends
applying to Parliament for a suspension of the habeas
corpus act, to give it power to deal with foreign con
Dublin was posted with proclamations offering in
addition to the former reward of £1,000 for the appre
hension of Stevens, £1,000 tor such private informa
tion as may lead to his capture. £300 and a free par
don will be given to accomplices in the escape, or to
those harboring him who may reveal his whereabouts.
The government is said to have given commissions of
the peace to several military men to enable them to
act independently of civil magistrates in case of dis
It i9 stated that owing to the Fenian tendencies of
the dock laborers at Liverpool—numbering some 4,000
men—the authorities of that town were on the alert to
check any demonstration.
The entire counties of Sligo and Carlow, and parts
of the counties of Longford and Roscommon had
been proclaimed under the operation of the Peace Pre
In the course of a pastoral just issued by Dr. Cullen,
the Roman Catholic Archbishop, he cautions his flock
against all kinds of secret societies.
Another regiment, 800 strong, embarked at Liver
pool on the 30th for Ireland.
At the inaugural banquet of the Lord Mayor of Dub
lin, the toast of the Lord Lieutenant was received with
great cheering. Lord Wodehouse, in reply, said the
past year had been a chequered one; they had been
menaced with a conspiracy which, though powerless
to endanger the peace of the kingdom, had inflicted
great injury on Ireland, but the Government would
enforce the laws and maintain the peace of the coun
try. (Great cheering.) He appealed to all whether
political trials had ever been conducted with greater
impartiality. The prisoners themselves had confessed
this. He would add that the Government would em
ploy every means to maintain the peace, knowing they
aad the support of all classes in Ireland, for not one
man of position had joined the conspiracy which aimed
at the confiscation of property.
There was great cheering during the delivery of
The official enquiry into the loss of the London
was progressing in London.
FRANCE AND THE UNITED STATES.
The official “Yellow Book” containing the diploma
tic correspondence of the French Government with
Foreign Powers was laid before the Corps Legislatif
on the 29th of January.
The despatches exchanged between France and the
United States on the subject of Mexico are in conform
ity with the declarations made in the Emperor’s speech
at the opening of the Legislature and in the expose of
the condition of the Empire, already published. A
dispatch from M. Drouyn de Lhuys to the Marquis de
Montholon, dated January 9, replying to a communi
cation from Mr. Seward dated Dec. 16, after announc
ing that this reply had been submitted to the Em
peror expresses the conviction that, “the divergence
of views between the two Cabinets is the result of an
erroneous appreciation of the intentions of Fiance.”
M. Drouyn de Luhys proceeds to state that France
seeks the realization of no ambitions ideas, and says:
“Now that there is a regular Government in Mexico,
the legitimate object of our expedition will be attain
ed. We are endeavoring, while satisfying our inter
ests and our dignity, to make arrangement# which
will enable us to consider the mission of our army in
Mexico as terminated.”
Another despatch of M. Drouyn de Lhuys, dated
January 25, 1866, to the French Minister at Washing
ton, relates a conversation of the former with Mr.
Bigelow. Ou that occasion. M. Drouyn de Lhuys de
clined all official controversy upon the measures taken
by the Emporor Maximilian, stating that he could
only receive Mr. Bigelow's communications on that
subject as simple miormation. This reservation
established, the French Minister observed in the
course of conveisition that the measures pointed out
were of a purely administrative order and did not ap
pear to him to coiistiute any of those exceptional
derogations that might perhaps sometimes justify a
government in intervening in the interior afiairs of a
neighboring State. He could not admit that the Fed
eral Government, not wishing to recognize as legiti
mate the (le facto government of Maximilian, and con
sidering it illusory to address itself to Juarez, bad any
ground to apply to France in order to escape from this
embarrassment, and request explanations from her
relative to acts emanating from the from the foreign
authority of a foreign government. M. Drouyn de
"We return to the principle of non-intervention, and
from the moment vjre accept it as our rule of conduct
our interest and honor require us to demand its equal
application. Relying upon the equitable spirit of the
Washington Cabinet, we expect from it the assurance
that the American people will conform to the law of
non-intervention, which they invoke by maintaining
a direct neutrality with regard to Mexico. When you
shall have informed me of the resolution of the Ameri
can Government in this matter, I shall be in a position
to acquaint you with the result of our negotiations with
the Emperor Maximilian for the return of our troops.”
It is officially announced from Vienna that the ne
gotiations for the formation of new corps of Austrian
volunteers for Mexico will shortly be brought to a
SPAIN AND CHILI.
The reported appearances of privateers off the Span
ish coast, bearing Chilian colors, excited considerable
attention. The Lodon Times says:
“The reported appearonce of two iron-clad frigates
bearing the Chilian flag in Spanish waters, may prove
the beginning of a new controversy on the duties of
neutrality. A few days ago the Spanish minister
called the attention of our government to the alleged
building of vessels in the Thames for the naval service
of Chili. In consequence, no doubt, of this intima
tion, commander Towsey was sent down to Greenhithe
by the Admiralty, at the end of last week, to inspect
an iron-clad ram., called the Independencia, recently
launched by the Thames Ironworks Company at Black-
wall, and then moved off Greenhithe pier. He found
her 'a most formidable-looking vessel, equipped with
a raking battery of guns, and a prow simuar to that of
Her Majesty’s ship Pallas, with engines of s:'x
hundred horse power.’ ”
He also observed “the officers and men actively en
gaged in shipping war materials and stores of all de
scriptions, and a large number of seamen of various
nations crowding the pier in readiness to join her.*
All this, of course, looked very suspicious, but the
ship had been nominally built for the Peruvian and
ijoi for the Chilian Government, and Capt. Towsey de
clared tk$t he had no authority to stop her. Perhaps
the Independence may be really destined for Callao,
but we shall not be greatly surprised if we next hear
of her off Cadiz, where vessels, suspected of being
Chilian privateers, had been hoveringTor sojpe weeks
before the two ironclads mentioned by our Spanish
correspondent hove in sight so unexpectedly. Iff
short, it seems highly probable tM CJiili is about to
follow the example of the Southern States, and
that, in the event of the war being prolonged,
Spanish commerce may be ravished by new
A1 aba mas and Shenandoahs issuing from neu
tral ports. It so happens that a great many
vessels employed in the blockade and other naval oper
ations against the South, have lately been sold off by
the United States Government. Perhaps some of these
may already have found their way into the hands of
Chilian agents, and may hereafter be the subject of.
an angry correspondence between Madrid and Wash
ington. The sympathy of the American people with
Chili and Peru is avowed, and it remains to be seen
whether, if claims for compensation should be pre
ferred by Spain, they will abide by the doctrines of
Mr. Seward and Mr. Adams, or adopt the position of
Lord Rusaell. With this, however, we have nothing to
do. Our ditty is simply to act up to our own profea-
sions and to guard against abuses of our own neu
The Peruvian armour-clad steam rapi> mentioned
above, left the Thames on the 27th January. was
under orders to call at Southampton to ship 3#0 sea?
men and officers to complete her ship’s company, and
then to proceed to her destination.
An armour-clad turret ship, built for the Peruvian
government by Messrs. Laird Bros, named the Huas-
car, had recently left Liverpool and was last heard of
on the 23d of January at Brest. The vessel has two
300 pound guns mounted in the revolving turret and
two 40 pounder broadside guns. Rumor connects this
essential change. Sugar in flair demand at firm prices.
Coffee in good request and partially rather dearer.
Tea, steady; demand improving- Bice, firm. Tal
NERY LATEST BY THE CITY OF LONDON.
London,, February* 1.—The political news to-day is
Liverpool, February 1.—Cotton.—Sales to-day in
cluded 5,000 to speculators jand exporters. The mar
ket is dull, and declining, but closes steadier. Mid
dling uplands about 16 ^ d.
Breadstuff's quiet and steady.
London, February 1.—Consols closed at 86>£@86%
American securities.—U. 8. five-twenties 66>£66%;
Illinois central shares 75@75)£; Erie shares at55l£
London, February L—Great depression continues
iu the Londou money market, with a tendency to a
panic in the funds.
Liverpool, February 1.—The City of Baltimore,
from New York, arrived here on the 31st ult.
HIS old established and popular journal, haring
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a large circulation in U lddle Georgia and South
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men of Savannah for making themselves known in
the middle region through which it circulates.
Mr. CniRLaa E. O'Sui.uvab to the authorised agent
for Savannah and vicinity.
STOCKTON & CO.,
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Established in 1?38.
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Address, for two days, Marshall House, after which
time, Tallahassee, Fla,
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Ii£j0g1w* Propri* tor Flor da Sentinel.
Crockery and Glassware.
E. D. SMITH & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
109 Broughton Street,
Near Bull Street,
Fine invoices of WHITE GRANITE. COMMON and
GLASSWARE, in store, and to arrive. For sale by
Of~ Goods re-packed tor country trade.
LEVETT & HAWORTH,
MILLINERY & STRAW GOODS.
118 Bryan St., Savannah.
Branch of 228 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Depot for Printers’ Sapplies
210 Bay Street, Sayannati, 6a.
Card Boards, Printers’ Cards, Envelopes, Twines and
Having had long experience in the business, and
buying onr goods in large lots direct from the mann-
tactnrers enables us to compete with New York
Agents for Wade’s celebrated Printing Inks; Agents
in this city for the Bath Paper Mills.
The highest cash prices paid for all kinds of
Ale and Porter.
100 B0XB ,| Bas9 ’ ce,ellrate< l Pale Ale, 6 and 7 doz,
B Y a middle aged man, in a wholesale dry goodsor
grocery store. Understands packing, marking,
shipping and receiving goods. The very best of ref
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A GOOD tenant may be found for a comfortable
house, pleasantly located, by addressing P. O.
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Plantations on Ocmulgee
River, in Irwin Co.
A PLANTATION contaiuiug about 2,000 acres, 000
of which is under good fence. On this place
there is a good Dwelling with outbuildings, Barns.
Stables, new Gin House, and Packing Screw, with
good quarters for 33 bauds, and one of the best
Wood Landings this side of Hawkinsville. A portion
of the land was planted iucornlast year and yielded
2o bushels to the acre.
HO head cattle, 200 do. Sheep and a large stock
of llogs will be sold at the same time, if desired.
Iu Coffee county, a Plantation containing about
looo acres, aud possessing all the advantages of the
above one. For further particulars, apply to
* L. J. GUILMaRTIN & CO.,
f-1 No. 148 Bay street.
Two Wooden Dwelling on Congress street
between A bercorn and Lincoln streets.
j-7-tf ’ BRYAN, HARTRIDGR <£ CO.
70 BARREIiS TAH.
In good shipping order.
CHAS. L. COLBY & CO.,
Corner Bay and Aberrom sts.
M ACHINERY for a Saw Mill, complete, with
Planing Machine aud Grist Mill attached, hav
ing been run oulv six mouths. Engine forty horse
power. Enquire of
CHARLES L. COLBY & CO.,
H’i'H Corner Bay and Abercorn sts.
SIX BALES SEA ISLAND BAGGING,
FORDYCE, ANDERSON A JANNEY,
-if io Stoddard's Range.
Store for Rent
TINE Brick Store on Whitaker st.eet in a ceu-
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Possession given March 1st. iSt.fi
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Books and Stationery.
J^JAOOY'S Masonic Manual.
The Freemason’s Pocket Library, by Chase.
Webb’s Pocket Monitor.
50 boxes Guinness' London Porter, pints, 6 dozen
For sale in lots to suit purchasers.
tw~ A liberal deduction made to the trade
CLAGHORN & CUNNINGHAM.
fl2-eod r w
At Reduced. Frloea.
AAA TONS superior Liverpool Parlor Coal, land
tUU Ine from ship England's Queen
4no tons lump Lnckatfaua Coal, lor steamboat use.
400 tons LackawanaCoal, egg and other sizes.
For sale in lots to snit purchasers, by
f7-eod2w CLAGHORN & CUNNINGHAM.
W. M. WALSH,
■yyHOLF.SALK Druggists, corner Barnard and
Broughton streets, Savaanah, Qa., General
Agent for the Sonth.
Hair Restorer Restores Gray Ilair.
Hair Restorer makes Hair grow on Bald Heads.
Hair Restorer Stops Hair from Failing Out
Hair Restorer Prevents Headache.
Hair Restorer is elegantly Perfumed.
Hair Restorer to all that can be claimed as a dressing.
Hair Restorer possesses all t he merit claimed for it.
A single trial convinces the most sceptical of its
v. lae. If, arter a thorough trial of two bottles it
does not give perfect satisfaction, the money will be
refunded. Sold everywhere at $1 per bottle. Six
bottles for $5. d!8-eod tf
TIE ETE, EAR. AND THROAT,
ship with Chilian designs against Spain.
It is Stated that the Spanish officials in England had
received Instructions from Madrid to expedite as much
as possible the several steam jroti-cladu (twelve in
number) which were being built for Spain 'jp ygrions
nopto nf Grout Rpituin
ports of Great Britain.
The Paris Patrie says that the frigate Huascar, built
in England upon the order of the Peruvian govern
ment, would be detained at BreBt until the settlement
of the difference between Spain and Peru.
LONDON MONET MARKET.
The funds were quiet but steady.
Consols closing at 86% a87. The share market how
ever was dull and prices generally were falling.
Gold was being withdrawn from the bank for ex
port to France. -
There was rather more demand for discount at un
American Securities on the 30th were firm.
. , . p ., °i Tuesday last says: Mrs.
lUt % eighty aucUet,™ 1 DaVls ' reSL ' lle< i this city on
., Whither 0,1 Su ”'lay morning’s train for
■i ,w s -tort tlm rr the guest ° f g ° d ’ How « u
•'tootle. ,’. fc was accompanied by one
^'"IcaruthT^f tUUtimeinCanada ’ - .„
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hfcr IJUKbaua. a 8 ‘ th * painrul confine- on Friday tom* Prf “ 8 Were rather moie
* London Mabkets.—Breadstuff’s quiet and withou
_ „ _ Liverpool, Jan. 31, a-m.
Cotton—The sales of Monday and Tuesday add up
17,000 bales, including 6,000 bales tor speculation ana
* There has been a rather better ^ demand, but
5 being at this time m w ! ? rtt! ? out “J improvement in prices. Middling U«-
tlme ln Canada. We lands is quoted at about 18><d. 8 r
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Shipwrights, Caulkers and Spar
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a former patrons and the citizens generally that
they have resumed their business and opened a Ship
Yard immediately opposite the city, upon the wharf
formerly dcoupied by the Dry Dock Company, whore
thev will undertake and contract for any work In
their line of business npon reasonable terms.
KRENSON A HAWKES,
Office on Bay street: Jbnes’ Block, fcotof Ahertom
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16 Ubls Apples
6 bbls Figs
.3 bbls Cranberries
10 half bbls Cranberries
S3 half boxes Raisins
1 box Tomatoes
10 kegs Batter.
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PRICE. ,5 CENTS.
ORFF a WATKINS,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS
ATiT » ITS BHAMYiTrnB,
11 L & 113 Congress St., Savannah.
FIRE, MARINE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
FIRE AHD MARINE
In the following First’Class Companies:
Columbia Fire Insurance Company, of New York *,
SECURITY INSURANCE CO..
Capital and Surplus
PIIIF.SIX INSURANCE CO.,
Capital and Surplus
iwtkknatiobial ins. CO
Manhattan insurance co.,
Capital and Surplus 11 o:a non
habkomy umuramce co”
Capita! and Surplus.... 9 500,000
Total cash capital and Asaeu $6>000 „„
adjusted and paid promptly at this Office/
A. A. LANE,
WASHINGTON LIFE IKSORANCE CD.
NO. 98 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
CYRUS CURTISS, President.
Brewer, 8ec. ; Rob-
Thomm. Griswold, Roland G. MUchelJ.
o&M UUa “ H -
Cash assets, over $500,000
Capital stock, gltaTooo.
Gulf State “
" ’ 260, OOg
°i H"Mord .v.v.'.v. v.v.v.v.v.'.v.'.” v.v.'.v. v.;.::::::::::::;;;;: bo^oH"
oTBirittaum 500, oon
of Tallahassee. 2uo[uoJJ
Travelers’ of Ha.tford.
Marine and Fire.
Petersburg Savings and Insurance Company of Virginia * K /in nnn
Eufaula Home losnrance Company of Alabama..... . .....V.
Georgia Home Insurance Company, Columbus re r
New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston --
Knickerbocker Mntual Life Insurance Company of New York ”...184.108.40.206.7! 7.77.7... ^000,080
ON OPEN FOIoIOnSS IN
f3re.it Western, of New York.
Commercial Mutnal, of New York.
AARON WILBUR, Ae’t.,
. No. 89 Bay Street.
In sums to suit purchasers, by
sepgS-tf E. F. METCALFE * CO
Having made arrangements for a supply of
A 1 Sight.
Tiie undersigned are prepared to sell
BANK CHECKS ON NEW YORK AND
iu sums to suit purchasers. Wc are prepared also to
make advances on Cotton shipped to our friends in
w York, Philadelphia and Liverpool
fi lm DUNCAN t JOHNSTON.
IGHT-DRAFTS on Union Bank of London, feu.
sums of from one pound to twenty-five pounds
each. Far sale by
flfi-lm JOT1N C. FERRILL.
GRAHAM, DORSETT & CO.
Successors to Hawes, Graham &, Co.,
ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY,
Nos. 174, 176 and 178 Centre St., N. Y„
Keep constantly on hand the most extensive varietv
of finely-figured Foreign aud Domestic, Woods to he
fuund in the United States, in Logs, Planks, Boards
ami Veneers, suitable for Cabin, t, Piano, and Billiard
Table manufacturers, and cor builders; also, Ma
hogany and Spanish Cedar Coffin stnff.
In connection with onr business we have a large
Saw Mill, aud tbe most celebrated Veneer Catting
Machine, which enables us to fill all orders entrusted
us with promptness,jl9-3m
LINVILLE & GLEASON.
St. Julian Street, West of Market,
we are prepared to receive orders for any amount at
$120 per ton of 2.000 lbs, delivered in Savannah in
WRIGHT, GIBBS A CO.,
No. 7 Jones’ Block, Bay street.
W ® hhto in store genuine No. 1 Peruvian Gnano,
direct importation, and will sell in quantities
to snit purchasers.
CRANE A GRAY BILL.
PPRE BOLIVIAN GlIMO.
To the Planters.
W E are prepared to furnish, at short notice
Genuine Pervian Gnano
Baugh’s Raw Bone Superphosphate Mme
Kittle well's Manipulated Gnano
Potash and Plasier, by the barrel
All permanent Fertilizers
Send your orders at once.
D* lm N. A. HARDEE & CO.
1 Don CASKS LIME, now landing from schooner
I. UUU Georgia and for sale by
L. J. GUILMARTIN Jt CO.
A New Fertilizer.
Cooper, Olcotts & Farrelly.
A NOBLE LIFE ; by Miss Much.
Tbe CLOISTER AND THE HEARTH; by Charles
FAIR LILLI AS; by Pierce Egan.
SMALL nOUSE AT ALLINGTON; by Trollope.
THE LOST BRIDE; by T. S Arthur. flO
HISTORY OF THE WAR.
JJECE1VED BY COOPER, OLCOTTS & FAB-
SOUTHERN HISTORY OP THE WAR,
c -midcte in four volumes, by Edward A. Pollard.
tT0 All WANTING FURNITURE
I am opening for the inspection of the public,
a fine stock of
CABINET FURNITURE, CHAIRS, MAT-
.TRJ5SSE3, Ac-, 4c.,
To which the attention of ail to invited,
tar Warerooms, 178 BROUGHTON 8THEET, Sher
lock’s old Dry Goods Store.
fl6-tr L. B. HARRINGTON.
THOS. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND CENERAL
3M4 Dock Street, Philadelphia, P a .
N. R—All ORDERS taut by Mail prorngtlg at-
XXTE have been appointed agents for the 8tot df
TV Georgia for the “Eureka Ammonis'./ Bore
Super-phosphate of Lime,” a new and va’ labiv renl-
Uzer, adapted to the cultivation and r iv-arkm of\
onr soil, and greatly to taereav. tbe vi
We propose to seif on s credi- ,:pu.-i it,.- v . mg 1
conditions; The purchaser to give ns > ga - ~ |
pledge that enough of i.is next crop win in i le
for ssle by first or Januaiy, 1867 to meet his boi, oi.
’f’t is preferred, nv will t&Ke factors’ acceptance or ,
pereonal security; in eituor \se interest to be 1
These accommodating • purposed in order
that, this article may r ’Ji’.r ;v;i of all who tie
sire to increase the
ring a^ny^Hafdlli/for'lSaw ^Ith’Tfre wit f hont ‘“cur-
advautages andsecnritwffa * u the
& combined, without
W°lf e w State of GeoiKtoftavaanah’
ffi,Ga. WAElfiG ’ M ’ D - MetUc^E^SSSf’E
Woodville Insurance Company.
The Stockholders of the Woodville Insnrance Com
pany are notified that the Annual Meeting of that
2SK2 166 heldon * he m proiimo - at <"
The object of the meeting will be to elect Director.
iru n “ BinB,earandl ‘ tte " d IO ° ther “**“ ° f
flT6 J - Q. B- MARTIN, Actuary.
U5 BAY STREET,
This Company continues to write Fire Bin, of all
classes, on Buildings and Merchandise at the cua-
All Losses are fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
J L Villalonga,
T M Norwood,
J W Lathrop,
Asher Ayres, Macon
John M. Cooper,
Jas. G. Mins,
John R. Johnson,
Geo. L. Cope,
Wm. H. lison,
W. E. Jackson, Angnatn
h. Brigham, President.
J. C, McNULTY, Secretary.
■Savannah. Jan. 7th. I860.
SOUTHERN MUTUAL LIFE INSU
(katablished in 1869.)
-ASSETS SEPTEMBER !.!, owe, AHA OOO.
F- W. MoM-»8TnJ°Actnary/
- iMfyaasjsatf: tte widow5
theltosnrera.* 1 * “ i P ’° fl * 8 "*^7 returned to
J. B. HEAD, if. D. Medical Examine?.
National Marine and Fire
OF NEW ORLEAN8
£?*!*•** to inform the Insuring
public that he ha» been legally appointed » 7“*
° Ver HBnter A GammeiM4Baystreet.
F. W. SIMS A CO.
TO POLICY HOLDERS IM SOUTHERN
MUTUAL LIFE UTsUHaftCK COMPANY.
T > ... • A LL P*toons whose policies of Insnrance expired
I a c.i H c : ae y<» r laa, can
I r- ue^ rhe same by immediate settlement of their
| prenuunm for those vetu
, ‘ ^O. V MYERS, Agff.,
over Hunter A Gammell’a, 84 Bay-st
csr -e: isr *r* m f v *
MERRITT, WALCOTT & CO.,
64 Conrtlaiidt Street New York,
MANUFA. i'UKKICS OF ALL KINDS OF
Bolts. N it«, W i« ..;rs. Sou Screws, Tap, and Dies,
Ac, Ac., a d ere in all kinds of Railroad, Steam
ship and Er^iueer's Supplies, fdls, Varnish, Paint,
Hemp and Rubber Packing; Oak Tanned and Rubber
Belting, Brass Fittings, Chipping and Riveting Ham
mers, Files, Chisels, Gas Pipe, Nails. Circular and
Gang Saws, Pnmps. Steam Whistles, Steam and Wa
ter Onagers, Steam Engines and Saw Mills of every
description, Ac., Ac Also Agents for A. P. WOOD
A CO.'S celebrated Portable Steam Engines.
Wooden Ware, Brooms,
PAILS, BRUSHES, HATS,
Twines, Cordage, Tabs, Chnnu; Cradles,
Wagons, Chain, Baskets, Ac.
Nos. 15 Eulton and 202 Front Sts,
W E will keep constantly on hand a fall stock of
Plows, Hoes, Corn Shelters, Straw Cutters,
Axes, and other Agricultural Implements of best
makers and patterns with-wtrich to supply Planters
and Country Merchants, whose attention we invite
to our stock and think we can make it to their inter
est to purchase of ns. .
BOUSE A BRYANT,
j26-tf - W Bay street.
V£S 16t8, direct from bond, for sole by
"1fACKY, BEATTIE * CO.,
£03 and 20S Boy street.
-'ntion of Planters t ’bis valuable
, ( ■> matter of important'-, o then m-
i . ’ _- .fnilar in Bppearance, ixlnraud compo-
vrnvian Gnauo, diff- nug on;y in the pro-
nf the same elements, it contains less am-
moni i. but nes; !y onejbunfixed per cent, more of Phos-
i’oojv ' :i ”j Peruvi.iu Guano, one-thtrdof which is im-
mediateiy eolubie. It U quite as active as Peruvian
Guam,, aud is iess costly.
Fo.^ further information, apply to
E. C. WADE A CO., Agents,
J 1 * 3 ® Savannah, Ga
A New ari(f Fresh Supply,
or many varieties; also,
OR PANORAMIC ALBUM;
A new, ornamental, and useful article for the parlor
For sole by #
nr COOPER, OLCOTTS A FARRELLY.
J. N. WILSON,
& B. corner Broughton and Whitaker Sirs.,
Old pictures copied with the greatest care, d
QniiA 'BUSHELS White Cm, landing per brig
Olrjv Column, and for sale low to doss.
CUNNINGHAM. PURSE A CO.,
f29A No. 4 Stoddard’s Lower Range.
Corn and Oats.
1 OHO BU^RIAWhUe and Black Oats;
E. HERTZ A CO, ffi
Fire and Marine
MERCHANTS’ INSURANCE COMPANY
Cosh Capital 1900,000
PHCENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cosh Copltol 9600,000
BALTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
New York City.
Cosh Copltol 9300,000
RESOLUTE FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
. Nqw York City.
Cosh Copltol otul Sorplos, 9380,730
Risks taken on insurable property of every descrip
Hon in tbe above-naatod Companies, on the most
fltvorable terms, by application at the office of the
nndenignted. He. lit Bey etnet, Savannah.
ff lm H. BRIGHAM. Agent.
2000 BUSHELS PBIXE jDOEK,
In torn to snit pnrehaaera, now
_ <«ert»a»»iag 0
CHiF. L. COLBY A 0D.;
B01 aafi Abernovnys.^. ^
Oats for Sale.
JN lots to suit purchyers, either in sack* or bulk,
now discharging lrom sehr. Zampa.
CHAS. I. COLBY h CO..
cor. Bay aad Aberoontots.
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