VOL. 2—NO. 45.
The Savannah Daily Heralc
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Wi VANN AH, OEOBOiA.
T E BUB:
, *10 00;
f’er * '“I • ‘
n CT Hundred
,, rll 1,1-r Square of Ten Linen Tor first In
T "' i V! I'ollur for each subsequent one. Ad'
'> r!: ' : ' t- in^' rled in the morning, will, if deairod,
t,;ll "rTi'i tin cv< uing without extra charge.
,fl " , ( , u PRINTING,
' tvi e. neatly and prom ctly done.
In e»ery e
'I'll!- l-’itollmen In tbe Court*.
, | ,„;i viLLE, Mirrli 1-—The Senate lias passed a
iiuicii the same rights in all the
in as Vli«* " hitis have.
si a | H |- t |»:i8PC*d a bill creating county courts.
I,,,!..,. of tin- courts in Muscogee, Bibb and Ch&t-
,; ntj( .. must be lawyers, according to the pro-
„s of the bill- ' ' ' koji ,j
i m.ioN. March 1.—The Senate today discussed
solution in relation to the lulmiHsion of the late
,usr consumed the day in a debate on the
1 rights bill.
LATKK FROM El^ROPE.
, |Iu1m:i» Corpus Suspended In ire.
rwVoKK. March 1.—The steamship Asia, with
.hi.N.Mates of the 17th ult., has arrived st Hal-
Thc habeas coil)u<* has been suspended in Ireland
Mjiiy arrests have been made.
Hit Liverji 1 cotton market was steady with a de-
rli ic i l.oii the week. Sales of the week 56,000
luii-santl *n Friday ltlth ult. 10,000 bales.
Consols 87 l . to 87 5 4 '.
T. s. Five-Twenties C8 to 68 l ^.
\nv Yohk, March l.— 1 The Liverpool cotton market
sms firmer on .Saturday, 17th ult., but unchanged.
Hiddhiu: upland 10.
\nv York Market.
Ntw Yoi;k. March 1.—Tlie cotton market is firm.
Salt s today pjotl bales at 43 to 44.
11*- r the Savannah Daily Herald,]
Thought* for the Times. '
M-ns;! . I i*fr« »its: I am a northern man, sojourning
i . : rt tinif in the south. I find here many things
Mrt'iiiml me of the liery ordeal throngh which our
land lias parsed, and many things also which prove
i n. 1 u.it il.l. energy of my countrymen of the
s nrli: for. aco-pting tbe issues which the fortunes of
■«r liave foiv.-d upon them, they are once more turn-
:Li-.r ..ft. lition to trade and commerce, and busi
ng sr*.ms t*» be rapidly getting into its accustomed
nr. irs. it will be a considerable time before the
iw a dings which have been aroused can become
firmant: before the sectional prejudices which for
th--last four years have swayed the public mind both
unhand south can be driven away', to give place to
ii -rt rational and kindly feelings; but that this day is
n ’t far <«lV as many imagine, seems to me to bo
plainly iialicab-d by the signs of the times.
The hearty response given by the southern
pi"* to the noble and patriotic —
mntainttl in the late speech of Mr. A. H. Ste-
vtns, is an indication that the south is ready
and willing to act a manly and straightforward
j irt in restonug a permanent peace if the north will
tut meet them in the same spirit. No candid man
! will deny that Uie tone of Mr. Stephens’ speech is
worthy f a Christian and a statesman. And it is by
the means of such sentiments as these, uttered by
<neii men. that the rniud of the not tt is to be dis-
ttmsed of it* false ideas and prejudiced notions in re
gard to thu south. Who can estimate the infiuence
which this speech alone, copied into northern journals
*uduii ulated in every town and village, will have in
instructing the minds of the people of the north on
the grout question of reconstruction ?
The view taken by Mr. S. is eminently practical,
igiJ it seems to me must commend itself to every un-
pr.jUuivcd miud north or south. He takes the facts
a they are aud deals with them, dismissing as vision
s’? dinl worse than useless any line of argument or
e udu. t which would serve to induce u * forget or
in ject the duties of the present in vain regrets for
tlio i a>t. He has no spmpathy with the extremists in
titkrse. tiou of the country, who are doing all they
van to f;tn and keep alive the smouldering embers of
th.* . .Mill-igration which for four years has swept its
n-1- ti.p .ivr our land, but which now is stayed in its
dt Utinu career. Nothing can be more dignified and
manic than lu> counsels and advice, while, at the same
t.im ,‘tl*. art* perfectly practicable, and are not Of the*
kuntwlu.' li are beautiful in theory but impossible in
I * t u.' l.npe that the mournful view which he takes
<*i th. tutu!.- is t.K> highly colored, and indeed the in-
•I .i i ti - i the last few weeks seem to warrant.the
Ual such is the case.
We have S ell President Johnson placing himself
•-'pian l;. ,.u , .liservative ground and committing
luiii-E it fully and unequivocally to a policy which
" i t insure t,» the south those rights to which she
- l. u. w that she is tn good faith, come back
• i t th. i no,n. vud not only must this noble stand
wm h .,:n flu* f magistrate has taken tend to stay the
i- ful in.iivh of that fanaticism which would agaiu
In.-* - our fair Lud in blood; but also it must encour-
a • all eonservatn t men in every part of the country
t 1- rs. vere ill following the dictates of reason and
. and cause them to unite by mutual consent,
i : -nil a party which in its priuciples shall be as
, r -‘'l and comprehensive as our whole country,
tn-.win., no north, no south, no east, no west, and
‘lilt in .Maine to Texas, and from Florida to the
hriiMrtluwst. shall embrace within its folds all who
s • rely desire the maintainance of our Union and
*•»> 'Glare ol our common country And I for one do
^ ;y relieve that such will be the case. I believe
G'-’ i. m revolutionary fanatics of the ThacL Stevens
*a.l iie S Sumner school, will soon find themselves
■:i til. siiue relative position which they occupied be-
*• ?• a variety of unfortunate circumstances forced
r j„ uliar notions into a political prominence
"la h ..therwise they could never have enjoyed. That
a, that the leaders will become agaiu merely the
• »li pi, res and noi«y advocates oi women’s rights
•iau.,11 societies to promote universal suffrage
-'G .,! ;,iuhc long list of impracticable so-called re-
‘ ’Hn> •; inii* their desciples wUl constitute the same
an ai.d msigiiiiirant minority which the abolition-
d.ii i. r so many years.
1 uiatirisin and Radicalism at the north is mainly
j M o l l.v the politicians, not by tlio masses of the
1 \o f»j,u. ii left to themselves, and allowed to
J'»d. . by ih. n own idea of what is just and right, and
• *’*i"Ut hung trammeled by the ties of party, which
r l‘*a*l,.rs hav»* succeeded in binding around them
* firji,]'. am \ |,y t j le OU e-sided and sophistical rea-
v l'"litical Jacobins, Mould, by anover-
s ' "ciiit; majority, M’elcome bock the late rebellious
j a full participation of their rights as mem-
I' 1 '" 1 ‘ !l * 1 lo- n. and the late action of the Presi-
* ut. and th, fiuioi’scment which it has received of
many. min, ut men, together Mith the enthusiastic
' l ,? i i, it lms met with all over the country,
* , to enlighten the eyes of thousands
! ' 1 i an.Is, whom the ridicals have hitherto
' u admg along blindfolded towards destruc-
•*• 'M who \.dl now be induced to take a more ro-
’"iiable view of the matter, and in eodo-
►>*arily seu that the future safety and pros-
ll " " •iintry can only be secured by a Arm
a h r ; Y' bi* great principles of truth and justice,
, W1 ‘ in t,iat f?reat charter of our liberties—the
to- 1 ! May <iod help us all, north and south,
j _ ’* wreciaUun of the great questions now be-
m j Ul - ‘"uRry, and may we all so act as to help pro-
' "• 1 1,1 artificial, but a real union ot the different
u i' lis ot our beloved country. "V
t Tl11 ^ordkof a Brave Man.—While on a recent
llJ ' ^Iississippi, Gen. Forrest was asked how
a CUUl ‘l at one and at the same time in Mexico
au 'l Memphis. “Tell all whom it may concern,'* said
th * General:
fan?- 6 * ^ may be found at any time on his
m„ V bis plows, hoes, and shovels, endeavor-
a support, and that others would do well
k, luw ' ,l , wn with like purposes, and let the world
th, ,^ii! . ! ley canbefound aD times to answer
iuv ... J® 01 Jbeir Government. As for me* I did all in
found it 1 rto Y eak n P the Government, but I have
to Btarwi K,undertaking, and am now resolved
s u kI... b T ^ l bY' Govemment as earnestly and honestly
1 "'hen I fought it"
another speech prom the pres
H* re P° rt ot ae FreBtdent’B address
M the Executive Mausion, Thursday evening, 22d In
stant, m response to. the resolutions adopted at the
citizen a meeting:
FeUoW^itizens—for I presume I have the right to
•odreen you a# such—to the committee who have con
ducted and organized this meeting so far, I have to
tender my sincere thanks for the compliment- and ap
probation they have manifested in their personal ad
dress' to myself, and in the resolutions they have
adopted. [At this point a fireman's procession at
tracted the attention of a portion of the crowd, and
created such a disturbance that the President was un
able to proceed for several minutes. Mr. FendalL
Chairman of the Committee, in vain endeavored to
restore order. Hon. Green Clay Smith then took the
stand, and succeeded in making himself heard and
in bringing the crowd to something like silence ]' The
President proceeded: Fellow-citizens, I was about to
tender my thanks to the committee who waited upon
me and presented mo with the resolutions adopted on
this occasion—resolutions, aa L understand, compli
mentary to the policy pursued by this administration
since it came into power. I am free to say to you on
this occasion, that it is extremely gratifying to me to
know that so large a portion of my fellow-citizens ap
prove and endorse ths policy that has been adopted
and is intended to be carried out. [Applause.] That
pohey has been one which was intended to restore the
glorious union of these States to their original rela-
iona to the government of the United States [Pro
longed applause.] *
This seems to be a day peculiarly appropriate for
BUch a manifestation—the day that gave birth to him
that founded this Government—tbe Fether of his
Country—of him who stood at that period when all
these States entered into this glorious confederacy
[Tlie firemen’s procession again succeeded in creating
sufficient disturbance to make the President unable to
be heard.] The President good liumoredly remarked
“Don't interfere with them, they are right, andalwavs
He proceeded: This day, I say, is peculiarly appro
priate to endorse the restoration of the Union of these
States, founded by the “Father of his Country.”—
Washington, whoso name this city bears, is embalmed
in the hearts of all who love free government [A
voice—“So is Andrew Johnson.”] Washington, who
In the language of one of his -eulogists, wss “first in
peace, first in war, first in the hearta of his country
men.” No people can claim him, no nation can ap
propriate him. His reputation and love are comman.
surate with the civilized world, with all those who love
Laboi Fibe in Apalachicola.—Capt. Jordan of
the Huntsman, informs the Columbus 8un that there
was an extensive conflagration at Apalachicola last
Thursday, commencing about 8 a. m. It was esti
mated that night, when the Huntsman left, that about
five hundred bales of cotton and two hundred of hay
had been destroyed. The hose of the Marianna, the
Young and a tug were kept playing on the fire, and at
last with these preventives and the removal of the
neighboring cotton, the flames were stayed. The
wharf was thickly covered with cotton awaiting pack
ing. How the fire originated is not known. The
Huntsman, Marianna and a tug were lying alongside
the Wharf; and as a strong wind was blowing towards
the shore; it is supposed that a spark from their cook
room or chimneys fell on the cotton. The Marianna
was in great danger, and owed her escape to the
Huntsman. Both boats sustained slight damage from
their collisions while the Huntsman was making fast
to the Marianna to draw her out of reach of the flames.
Mb. Gobdon’s Mexico-Neobo Resolutions. —The
following resolutions were offered for adoption by Mr.
Gordon, in the Ohio House of Representatives, on
Saturday last: ^
“Besoluid, By the General Assemblykif the State of
Ohio, That we request his Excellency Andrew John
son, President of the United States, and Congress, to
negotiate a treaty with President Juarez, of the Repub
lic of Mexico, by which the Republican Government
of Mexico will cede to the colored .population of the
United States land enough cn which to settle in Mex
‘Resolved, That so soon as the treaty is perfected,
the Government of the United States take immediate
steps to remove and protect in their new homes the
colony, which shall consist of the entire colored popu
lation of the United States."
Thomas & Son,
No. 117 BAY STREET,
SPECIAL. AMD LOCAL AGENTS FOR
Of New Yo«,
Three Million Dollars,
ISSUE POLICIES OF
Fire & Marine Insurance
Mils payable in GOLD or CURRENCY.
Negotiable and Bankable
CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE
abb mm it Tan association.
In anma to suit purchasers, by
^P 88 - 1 ) E. F. METCALFE A CO
The undersigned are prepared to aell
BANK CHECKS ON NEW YORK AND
In sums toauit purchase™. We are prepared also to
vi‘w e vS?J 1 S?r^i i l?? l ‘ >n ^P , ’ cd t0 our friends In
New York, Philadelphia anil Liverpool.
»- lm DUNCAN A JOHNSTON.
OFFICE US BAY STREET,
This Company continues to write Fire Risks of all
classes, on Bnlldlngs and Merchandise at the cus
All Losses are fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
—The Washington Republican of Thursday aays:
‘Messrs. Seward. McCulloch, Welles aud Dennison,
were first and last in favor of the veto. No member
made any serious objection to it Before the message
was sent to the Senate the entire Cahinet was a unit.
This is alike due to the President, the Cabinet, the
Republicans in the Senate, who so nobly performed
their duty, and the great Republican party of the coun
try who elected Lincoln and Johnson.
— The Federal officers stationed at Fort Washing,
ton, on the Canadian frontier, are said to have re
ceived instructions from Washington to prevent any
raid into Canada from that direction on the part of
tlie Fenians. The Canadians
—Georgia six per cents: are now quoted In New
York at 93, higher than any other southern State.—
Good financiers say they will be at par in leas than a
—The Montreal Gazette of the 21st divulges that
the Executive Council, at its meeting on the day be
fore, gave a large share of itB attention to the question
of defense, that being now regarded as of great mo
Tbe paper (sei
Gazette will con
gard to tbe in-shi
United States fish
next the proviso
1854 will again co
—An act has
of negroes and
of those who havi
as husband and
nal offence, pnni
tentiary not less
to mStry a negro
It is reported
their way to Mi
—Out of » po
burg, Va., sent
bel army. Ove
or died in tbe
known, no flint
tains tbe veto oi
has taken unto'
of Lawrence ci
on tbe 8th mat.
— The Mormi
positions as rev
and are succeed
triot that the
a rock and bn
The former wi
that “ tbe next Canada
proclamations in re-
f Canada, warning tbe
:ter the 17th of March
existing previous to
the lower House of the
legalizing the relation
or do now, live together
act makes it a crimi-
finement in the Peni-
i, for any white person
San Francisco that 200
snow storm while on
two hundred to the re-
the number, were killed
leist ten per cent, more
of the Union party bus
's Bureau bill,
late of the rebel army,
They were married
Utah territory are to be
d on Tuesday from their
>y Secretary McCulloch,
Lee and Gilbert.
iarn from the Albany Pa-
Rose sunk at Cheever's
days ago, having struck
le bad one hundred pas-
bales of cotton aboard.
received and tor sale by
iN * RANDELL,
193 Bay street
per steamship City of
BALDWIN * CO.
n & Janney,
Bulge, up stairs.
J L vnialonga.
T M Norwood,
J W Lathrop,
Asher Ayre9, Macon
H. BRIGHAM, President.
J. C, McNULTY, Secretary.
Savannah, Jan. 7th, 1836, 17-lm
John M. Cooper,
Jus. G. Mills.
John R. Johnson,
Geo. L. Cope,
Win. H. Tison,
W. E. Jackson, Augusta
SOUTHERN MUTUAL LIFE INSU
(Hetabllshed in 1849.)
ASSETS SEPTEMBER 1st, over. .384 UOO.
Hon. W. F. DaSAUSSURE, Pres.
F. W. MoMastbb, Actuary.
This Company has paid for losses to tbe Widows
and Orphans of the South near $400,060.
The rates are low and profits regnlarly returned to
J. B. READ, H. D. Medical Examlnc7.
National Marine and Fire
The undersigned begs leave to Inform the insuring
public that he has been lqgalir appointed Agent for
the above named Company, and is ready to take Ma
rine, River and Fire Rieka at cun ternary rate*.
O. C. MYERS, Agent,
Offlce over Hunter k Gammell, 84 Bay street.
Fire and Marine
MERCHANTS’ INSURANCE COMPANY
Cash Capital 300,000
PHCBNIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cash Capital $600,000
BALTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
New York City.
Cash Capital.., A - • .$*OO.G®°
Resolute fire insurance co.,
New York City.
Cash Capital and Surplus, $380,730
Risks taken on insurable property of every descrip
tlon in the 'above-named Companies, on the most
favorable terms, by application at the office of the
undentgnted, N*. 115 Bay street, Savannah.
-in - H. BRIGHAM, Agent.
Georgia and Central Railroad
IS TAKEN AT PAR AT THE
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
ORFF & WATKINS.
On Hercbanls’ Moial Bast N. I.,
For s ile by
ANDREW LOW A CO.
S IGHT 1‘RAFTS on Union Bank of London, in
sums of from one pooad to twenty-fire pouuda
each. For sale by
JOHN C. fSHRILL.
PM€E* 5 CENTS
T. WALTERS &~C0.
TSTo. 68 Exchange Place,
O R E.
A New and Fresh Supply, -
Or many varieties; also,
OR PANORAMIC ALBUM I
A new, ornamental, and useful arti. Ie for the parlor.
For sale by
07 COOPER, OLCOTTS A FARRELLY.
J. N. WILSON,
S. E. -corner Broughton and Whitaker Sirs.,
Old pictures copied wjthth# greatest care. dl4
A LL Holders or the Bonds of the Wilmington and
J*- Manchester Railroad Company, North Carolina
are respectfully requested to make themselvee
known, as soon as possible, to the undersigned, or
ALk u Je83 a P_4s Co., giving class and numbers of
interest. HENRY M. DRANK,
President W. A M. R. R. Co„ Wilmington, N. C.
HAVE this day appointed Ge>rge MrK Mitchell
as Agent to collect all debts due ma in McIntosh
county 111 the years 1860 and 1961.
127-4 THOMAS DIXON
3\T 3E3 W
ACON SIDES & SHOULDERS.
IN casks. In store and for sale low by
f27-eod-lw BRYAN, HARTRIDGE A CO.
A Afl REAMS In 9tore and for sale at New Y'ork
UUU prices, by
WARREN Jk PLATNER,
123 210 Bay street.
The Drug Store ot W. W. LINCOLN will be kept
open, during this month, at night and Sunday*.
7AA BALES Prime Eastern Hay
/ UU 500 sacks Com
25,000 feet White Pine Lumber
li bblfl best Bakers' Floor
700 sacka Black Oats *
By a BRADLEY,
ml-lw 196 Bay street.
L ANDING from steamship Herman Livingston,
Prime Mixed Oats. For sale from wharf or
store, in lota to suit purchasers. Apply early.
ml-6 BELL. WYLLY A CHRISTIAN.
50 BOXES TOBACCO
50 caddies do.
Received on consignment and for sale by
ml 3 BRYAN, HARTRIDGE * CO.
I BB LB FLOUR, landing, from steamship Virgo
and for sale by
CHARLES L. COLBY * CO.
msible for dents contracted by tbe
ship Douglas Castle, Capt. Landrr-
- wr • - -~
In store and for sale by
the masters, owners, or
crews Of Brit! _ _ . ,
50 p * d nr£i L 4 AF -
MACKY, BEATTIE A CO.,
So* and 206 Bay Strep.
OCTAVES 1858, direct from bond, for sale by
MACKY, BEATTIE A CO.,
203 and 206 Bay street.
TUG BOAT FOR SALE.
T«HE Screw Tug RELIEF,
ti Bcrew lug naLinr, 68 ton9, wood hull;
_ lengtli on deck, 67 feet; draft, 7 feet 10 incites ;
Iia9 one high pressure engine, anchors, shains, Ac.,
inquire of R. C. Mclntire * Co., Hilton Head, South
Carolina, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE A CO.,
126 Savannah. -
B ARRELS Sugar, Soda, Boston and Butter.
Landing from steamship Virg.s and for sale by
f,T. s KAN DELL A CO.
1 AA COILS Flax Rope; a superior article to Green
I UU leaf or any other brand.
In store and for sale by
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.
THE EYE, EAR, AUD THROAT.
D R. WRIGHT, of Toronto, Canada West, Physi
cian and Surgeon, Oculist and Aurlst, can be
consulted on Deafness, Discharges front the Bar,
noises in tlie Hea<l, Catarrh, Diseases of the Throat
aD All L d U Ko8 or the BYE, requiring elthelr Medical
or Surgical aid attended to. _
Offlce No. 41, in Dr. Titos. Buckler* old offlce on
Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
Office hours ITom 9 to 12 A. M., and 3to 5 P. M.
A GOOD lot. and other materials for Enilding pur
poses. For sale by k BRYANT.
194 Bay street-
I^E are now prepared to take contract, for apply-
WARREN’S FIRE-PROOF ROOFING,
or ,y > ^Srwf? > -”^t" l ^" ri, ite merits. Is water-tight
-JS’Usvnmnr -will not expand and contract with best
Sd c^idTfa not injuriously affected by change of
tpmneratnre will bear more than double the heat or
™2ff£nffife^ritbout damefe to the boarding be-
w i» g eagUvend quickly repaired if injured.
^Guttqisof Umsam® material may fcformed on the
r °The felt *nd cement being non-cooduttors of heet,
no roof is so cool in summer nor so warm in winter,
It* coat la math lesfl thaa that ot aay
other Fire-proof Roof mow
For more detaileApartftulars, price of roofing, tes
timonials, Ac., apply to BQQgB ^ bryanT,
Mil . W Bay street.
FIBKINB Extrrlmrf Urd
In store and for sal* by
CHARLES L. COLBY 6 CO.
Dissolution of Copartnerships
T H E.? r IU2 ri) * U,y,,sl11 * Siager Is this daydft-
solved by mutual consent. J
Mr. Philip Dxialynski is alone authorized to re
ceive and receipt for the late firm.
JULIUS SLAQER. ■ °
stand hy Sin<ia * WiU b “ hercafter conducted at the old
ri ®^ m PHILIP DZIALYN9KI
flTHE copartnership heretofore existing under the
nanjasof Jacob flacky A Oo., is hereby ilis-
‘ olv , ed . l> f mutual consent. Lewis Levi is alone ao-
*® coUect the debts due tbe late firm, andfa
1° *f‘ ,le a ]' cla i m * “ Present outstanding. He is to
after this date ,De ne3 " 0,1 and for bis own account
Savannah, Feb. 28,1866.
T UB Ann of W. H. Wiltberger A Co. Is this day
.dissolved by mutual consent.
W. H. WILTBERGER.
J. O. BARTELS.
raLcrnnzJ —ill _
dissolved, by tbe withdrawal of O. H. Lnfbnrrow.
Either party is authorised to sign the firm name in
liquidation. All parties indebted are leqnested to
come forward and make payment, and all parties hav
ing claims will please preeent them for settlement
O. H. LUFBUHROW.
FRA8. K. TIMMONS.
Angnsta, Feb. 13,1866.
Having purchased the interest of Mr. O. H. Lufbur-
row in the Forrest City Foundry, in this city, I will
continue the business in my name. Thankful for
past favors, I respectfully solicit a continuance of the
liberal patronage heretofore extended to the late
firm. FRAS. E. TIMMONS,
Having disposed of my interest in the firm of Luf-
burrow A Timmons to m; former partner, F. E
Timmons, wonld solicit a continuance of the patron
age extended to the late firm to my successor.
flT-2w O. H. LUFBURROW.
HERRING AND CODFISH.
A LBO, Mackerel and aatmotr.—For vsle by
A RANDELL A CO..
127-6 S. W. corner Bay and Barnard sta.
TkTOTICB.—All persons bavin]
1* estate of the late William
claims against the
Thomas will hand
them in, duly attested, within the time prescribed by
law; and all indebted to said estate will make imme- NICE tidy girl to take care of a child eighteen
Dr. L. A. FALLIGANT,
Ex’r estate Wm. B. Thomas,
E VERY Sunday night during Lenta sermon will
be preached in French by Rev. A. Dela Fosee, a
father nf the French Oratory, in the Catholic Cathe-
drsl. corner of Perry and Drayton streets, at 7 *1 P.
M. Pews free. I22-S4W
J W. NEVITT, of the firm of Nevtt, Iothrcp A
e Rogers, has associated himself with Lathrop *
Co. In the Dry Goods business, at the old dtand oi
jl-tf HENRY LATHROP A CO.
Wooden Ware, Browns,
fails, brushes, mats,
Twines, cordage. Takl, Churn., Cradles,
Wagons, Chairs, Baskets, *e.
Noe. 15 Fulton and 202 F’ront.Sts,
NEW YORK '
DEOPOSAtS Win b# veeeived for the re**hr of the
ML framework between Hutchinson and Fig Islands.
Applications most be. addressed to the undersigned,
Chairman Dock and Wharf Committee.
A LL persona having Ueiaxnrti) again.t the estate oi
Edward O. Wilson, deceased, of Chatham county.
indebted to mMmuu
« -flM*** «wke
n i4 Administratrix.
Contract fef Sweeping Chimneys
CITY OF SAVANNAH, \
OmoBCniBB or Cooaoa- Feb. 27,186*.J
Proposals will be received at this office for con
tracts for sweeping chimneys of the city, natil Wed
nesday, March 7th, 18B*.
,'g^npDnneiox—la**ofBuE street ^
k Wiaava* Division—West of Ball street, f
Parties making proposals will state in tkdfpropo-
salatboaamw of their aaeoMfo* [two *oeat* head.)
B(4 Clerk of ConneU.
ORFF * WATKINS,
IMPORTERS AND -
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS
1Kr ATaTa ITS BRAKTCBIUB,
111* 113 Congress St, Savannah.
GENTLEMEN'S GREY FLANNEL REITS.
1 VI WUl IIIQ* unn—-wrtrtirtrvVr “
We invite attention to a very desirable lot of Ready-made GREY FLANNEL SUITS,
manufactured expressly for this market, which are being offered al very low prices.
LATHROP & CO.,
Corner of Congress aud Whitaker Streets.
T WO WHITS SERVANTS, one as Cook for a
email family, and the other to be Waitress and
Chambermaid. Reference, required ; wages liberal.
Apply at this offlce. f2T-6
A S Shipping or Receiving Clerk. Beat or refer-
fx ences given.
AddrevB " J. B. C.,” Savannah Post Office.
120 • - 1
, month* old. Apply to
S. M. COLDINO.
No. 153 Congress street.
B Y a middle aged man, in a wholesale dry goods or
grocery store. Understands packing, marking,
shipping anil receiving goods. The very best of ref-
erencea given. Apply at 3U7 Bay street.
A WHITE Cook, Washer and Ironcr. Apply at
B. D. WALKER'S,
ml-2* • Corner York and Abercorn sts.
repair Trunks on a Rice Plantation within three
miles of the city.
ml-5 E. HABERSHAM A SON?.
ANTED BY A LADY, a situation as NURSERY
GOVERNESS- Is a good seamstress; can
excelled honsekoeper. Ad-
cut and tt well, and la an <
-dress Oi B., atthisVufBee,
A GOOD tenant may be found for a comfortable
house, pleasantly located, by addreming P. O.
box 218, giving particulars. n - ,r
muOSE very valuable Lots situated on the- corner
X of West Broad and 4nbly streets, designated by
thelettera C, E and G. Middle Oglethorpe Ward.—
Each Lot bos a width of sixty-seven feet and six
Inches; and is one hundred and eighty feet in depth,
mffktog an area of two huadred and two and a half
feet by one hupdred and eighty. This would afford
abnndant room for thC erection of a Hotel of exten
sive proportions, orfurany kind of manufactory.—
For any of which purposes these lots are iliglblv sit
uated, being near to tbe Central Railroad Depot and
on one of tbe principal streets of tbe city. The above
Lots may be treated Tor at private gate separately or
together, and if not disposed of previously, will be
offered al public sale in front of the Court House on
the first TUESDAY in April next, by T. J. Walsh.
At which time and place will also be offered Lot
No. 3 •; Franklin Ward, on Broughton street, and the
Island of Great Warsaw, containing two thousand
acres. R. T. OIBSON, Execujor,
fl2-eod ’ of estate of Dr. C. P. Richardson.
Plantations on Ocmnlgce
River, in Irwin Co.
A PLANTATION containing about 2,000 acres, 600
of:which is under good fence. On this placo
there is a good Dwelling with outbuildings, Barns
Stables, new Gin House, and Packing Screw, with
good quarters for 39 hands, and one of tbe best
Wood Landings this side of Hawkinsvllle. A portion
of the land was planted in com last year and yielded
25 bushels to the acre. .
100'head Cattle, 200 do. Sheep and a large stock
of Hogs will be sold at the same time, if desired.
In Coffee county, a Plantation containing about
1500 acres, aid possessing all the advantages of the
above one. For farther particulars, apply to
L. LGUILMaRTINa CO.,
121 . No. 148 Bay street.
8chooner ABBY B. 60.83-100 tons
burthen; length, 64 feet; breadth, 19
feet: depth, 7 feet Lately repaired
«nd painted, and is in good condition
for sea. Foresail and rigging new, and
* mainsail in good condition.
Will be sold low, if applied for immediately.
3WIN E. HERTZ A CO.
In good shipping order.
CHAS. L. COLBY A CO.,
na-tf Comer Bay and Aberconats.
A GOOD and convenient Storehouse for Rent-
Apply at 194 Bay street
„ Vf ACHINBRY for a Sam Mitt, complete, with
luL Planing Machine and Grist Mill attached, hav
ing beeh- ma only six months. Engine forty horse
power. Enquire of
CHARLES L. COLBY A CO.,
tM-tf ' Comer Bay and Abercorn sts.
Tie Store under St. Andrew’s Halt,
Comer of Jefferson St. ani Broughton St- Lane.
POSSESSION GIVEN IMMEDIATELY.
Apply on the premise!, tq,.
84-lW T. W. BCHWARZgNBACH.
Two Wbodfco Dwellings on Cong ruse stree
between Abercorn and Lincoln streets.
j27-tf BRYAN, HARTRIDGE if CD.
SIX BALES SEA ISLAND BAGGING.
FORDYCB, ANDERSON A JANNEY,
10 Stoddard’* Range.