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(iUOKG* 1 liKGISliATCHlt.
j ,„ r Hi,; Savannah Hf.kald.]
I * Milledoeville, Feb. 28, 1866.
K ,;) o'clock, and proceeded with
elLoS ON TUIBD BEADING.
. I, l .1 lilt taking of the census of the
l 11 . ,*' . n i.t t;jolit'd.
II ,11 , ,tro oaths required of persons
*''': lnt i CH ,,1 (.hirers of counties. Lost.
“ -in, kliolders of banks from personal
’ 1 lull of bills. Irideliuitely p09t-
in tlit lTU 1
n t ,. ■ courts jurisdiction in all cases
' ini" ■ ivliere the amount claimed does
?‘ pi,tclimtely postponed.
iroiu burdensome taxation
,rll p'|..r tlf- raising of money for State pur-'
. ; ( j ium.iiOU wunh of State bonds.
rt for the trial of minor
Jill.11 for officers and members
Iv. Laid on the table for the
■ v valid certain private contracts and to
Ul , I'htf • ol the same. Laid oil the table for
' h„.. b.ll. second and third tfine adjourned
' '11, .i ii111,, ul 1U o'clock.
adjourning in the morning,
|,|,il ut 4 ••'« l*fk P-
,iv.uiklm, introduced a bill for the
, j. tMv. n and William Owen,
null v bill t-j incorporate the Vo rah
W I.I.S oN 1HIHD READING.
UK-..rj.oral r die Gate City Insurance Company.
m-jiJ ll ’.'t.- -ctioii of the code. PuaHed. %
Vvcul u*roes, mulattos and other persons
,i \u i, an ilcsceni from other States and j
' t v ulI , , tiling or residing in this State. !
. lEf rtn^* tin fees of clerks of the Supreme }
nirc^Li:- tbc tec9 of county officers. Passed.
; i; ( \ of i roui», .reported a bill to facilitate i
t! .jj ol r« nt" in tins State.
-iT ,i; w bitr A bill touutliorizc the Governor
the, *‘ii**rh 1 lax for the year 1860, in case the
», t.» be paid by the people.
•jit-il iiil 7 o', lock p. m.
jjelif I at 7 o'clock p. m.
i ILL UN THIRD READING.
•ip i.ti i be Franklin Mining and Manu-
ii .n..i Justices of Peace of the 1082 1ns-
u ili • i ounty of Ware to hold their court
tuion, No. 10, on Savannah, Albany &
J m said county. Passed.
•il"’rate the Eagle and Phoenix Muuulac-
< m . Iambus. Passed,
r. Im of Milly Howard, former wife of
ward Pi on re county. Passed,
toil ' .ut- tin* North Georgia Mining A Mau-
( No. 2. Passed.
. .j... lyoralo the carrol Manufacturing Co.
:ia. i. l ;J»f charter of the of Sparta in
A'- nut». so as to authorize the commissioners
.! i; i. :ne the fee for the retail of spiritous
i* •» » • hiKtii t-9'of Inferior Courts of Titom-
counties to levy and collect a tax for
> Uif relief oi Moses Sf Collins. Passed.
I'l iil: upplementary to an act to incorporate
uli ii> »rgia Mining and Manufacturing Co.—
r bill to incorporate the Hansell Manufactur-
: > uUipbell county. Passed,
bill to mcorporate the Borne Gas Light Co.—
t btil to incorporate the Wahatcbee Mining Co.
f bill to i-onsolidate the several acts iueorpor-
i-wii >>i Lta in bridge iii Decatur county, and to
•Vatin Ikriv.l.* to t lit uam < Pmo <1.
|iiljounicd till 8 o'clock tomorrow morning.
f viuic met at 9,*J o'clock,
ivtr by the Chaplain.
. urual was read and approved.
* UU to prevent the distillation of grain lost on
nhv was .■« ..nsidered.
» H *use resolution in relation to the distribution
::mi book- iu the State Library was agreed to.
t till to make \ alid private contracts made during
j .ale authorize the courts-to adjust the equi-
bcih the special order was taken -up, and
usiJvruble discussion the bill was passed,
-i.uaio re-assembled at 3 o’clock p. m.,pursu-
i u ut
f-< oivuuize a County Court. The bill was
“ • 1 i .substitute by the Judiciary Comrnit-
• nil the same subject matter offered by the
l- :•lu s appointed by the convention to pre-
- iixtduien’s code.’*
. taken up by sections and with unim-
xlmeuts was passed with almost entire
. the counties of Bibb, Chatham and Mus-
i.ity Judge is required to be a practicing
adjourned till 9 o’clock tomorrow morn-
H u?c met at 9 o’clock a. m., pursuant to ad-
^y«r by the Chaplain.
-•arual l ead and approved.
^ ; n (,* ,\f r j. j. Jones of Burke, to recou-
’b* Homestead bill passed on yesterday was
miohuu of Mr. Ridley of Troup, the bill to in-
: tb \’ori!i (Georgia Mining and Manufactur-
1 ■ nii’uiiy i^sed yesterday was reconsidered, and
• i said emupany changed to the Gordon Min
I -UuiA.ifh.tuimg company, and the bill passed.
•I-LruJ hi .Wilkes, on the suspension of the
•! Jue* u bill lor the relief of John 8. Edmond
* '• dies County.
BILLS ON 1 HIKD reading.
■ l.iugistratet’ courts jurisdition of cer-
j siiauisl fs.-es. Passed.
; i r v.ut A'hitu persons from purchasing cer-
- -f s truin ptrsous of color. Lost.
f i criminal cases where the parly
•• •• • ^die offence was acting under authonty of
had power to give the order. Passed,
•-tabh.-h a southern bank of America.—
•;-m nittlcnieut of bonds by freedmen in
r .«ui,' r loans of the State. Laid on
r*Jtui’ Ulc h ,esent -
i . l *df the Southern Saving's Bank and
i Av.jfim ion. Passed.
djuUrUtd meet at 3 o'cloek p. m.
^t-'l AMERNOON session.
Mr. Kenan on Ute suspension of the rules intro-
d V‘ ce J f 1,111 to amend various sactions of the code In
which term “Confederate States'* occurs.
“J* Moore—A bill to extend the corporate limits of
the town of Thomasville.
The bill to incorporate
• new gss company was
Bill supplementary and explanatory of the 2462 aeo
tains, rinsed^ 8 ^ to the unrepresented ss-
Bill to incorporate the. Vulcan Mim» g »nd Manu
facturing Company. Passed.
Adjourned to 3 p. m.
The House met at 9 o'clock a. m.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
The Journal was read and approved.
On motion of Mr. Potter the bill (panned) restricting
charges of railroads wss reconsidered.
On motion of Mr. Groce, the bill (passed) allowing
the Courts of Screven to retain the tax of State tor
1806 was reconsidered.
BU.Ee ON THIED BEADING.
Bill for the relief ol Administrators, Executors and
Guardians who have invested in Confederate bonds.
Joint resolution to appoint a committee of 10 to re
port at the next scssjon of the legislature a system
of common school instruction tor the State. Passed.
Bill to point out the mode of navtiur Solicitor of
eastern circuit Passed.
Bill to incorporate the Saving* Bank of Savannah.
Bill to suspend the collection laws of the State till
time specified. Lost,
Bill to repeal a law prohibiting marriage of first
Bill to protect laud owners against certain trespasses.
Bill for the relief of maimed soldiers. Passed.
Bill authorizing the Governor to issue State bonds.
Bill that all charters of incorporations passed thte
session be void, unless said incorporations be or
ganized by November, 1867,
Bill to regulate the printing of county officers. Lost
Mr. Moses introduced a bill to provide for giving a
Ueu on growing crops.
J4UU . ILL “ ON Hiihd READING.
Uh iui! l °f Railroads. Passed. It
cJ c !T charges for transporting freight
“c. * l f* c ,u 'Jc by which courts shall grant
* ■ ypanics. Jurisdiction given to
-!• .v ul', * - Passed.
L " 1Jlrac ts with freedmen. Postponed
I to require.
'• 1 ' n. l. Ul,lll i aril * a to make an account of
w * i a V^ Administrators, Lxec-
LIST OF ACTS 81 OH ED BY THE GOVERNOR.
86. An act to authorize the use of the water-power
on the shoals and falls on the reserve at Indian Spring,
with the privilege of building saw and grist mjiia
87. To perfect service against express companies.
88. To amend sections 1775 and 1776 of the new code
of Georgia relative to orphans.
89. To authorize the justices of the Superior Court
of Bartow county to settle or compromise the bonds
of said county that are now due and unpaid and to
issue new bonds for the name.
90. To amend i the act incorporating the town of
Blackstone, in Pierce county, approved Dec. 1C, 1859.
91. To repeal an act to authorize the trustees of the
Glyun County Academy to lease or sell the academy.
92. To authorize the justices of the Superior Court
of the couuty of Early, iu this State, to levy and
collect an extra tax to pay for provisions heretofore
purchased by them for the fcoor of said county and for
the use of disabled soldiers and their families.
93. To change the name of the MiHedgeviUe Railroad
Company, and for other purposes.
94. To amend an act to incorporate in the State of
Georgia an insurance company to be called the Great
Southern insurance Company. aRH?uted to December
96. To incorporate the town of Wrightsville, in the
county of Johnson, to appoint commissioners for the
same, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
96. To repeal an act entitled an act the better to
regulate the liquor traffic in the counties of TaUafero,
Greene, Washington and Henry, and for other pur
poses, assented to December 12, I860, so fkr as the
said act relates to the couuty of Taliafero.
97. To amend' an act to incorporate the Skidaway
Shell Road Company, and for other purposes therein
named, assented to December 22, 1857.
98. To authorize the Snperior Court of the county
of Twiggs to borrow money to pay the indebtedness*
and for other purposes of said county.
99. To amend the charter of the Dalton and Jack
sonville Railroad Company and acts passed in relation
to the same.
100. To incorporate the Atlanta Street Railroad
Company, and for other purposes.
101. To alter the road laws of this State and to amend
the 586, 588, 596, 602 and 604 sections of the code of
102. To define certain acts of trespass and make the
103. To amend an act entitled an act to incorpor
ate the Etowah Auroria Hydraulic Hose Mining Com
pany, approved Dec. 7, 1859.
104. To amend an act entitled an act to incorpor
ate the Mechanics’ Saving Association of the nity of
Columbus, assented to April 13,1863.
105. An act to exempt from road and jury duty pro
fessors of colleges and teachers of public or coimty
schools In this State.
106. To amend section 4613 of the code of this State.
107. To amend section 349 of the code of Georgia.
108. To amend the 4391st section of the code of
109. To change the time of holding the terms of the
Superior Court of Muscogee county.
110. For the relief of R. L. Haynes, M. J. Seals,
H. Teasley, Isham Teasley, Iiamptou Smith, J. M.
Uhtiorcoe, a. T. McPherson, 8. F. Kincamon, W. P.
Brown, R. A. Camp, and L. P. Brown of Milton coun
ty in this State, securities of B. T. Handley, who was
Indicted under the name of Thomas Handly at the
March term of the Superior Court, 1865, of said conn
ty of Milton for the offence of robbery.
111. Allowing the redemption of bonds forfeited or
sold for taxes due to the State, or any county or city
thereof, by paying the taxes of each and the legal rate
of interest per annum thereon—together with costa
which may have occurred.
112. To incorporate the Empire State Manufactur
ing Company in the county of Newton.
113. To alter and amend the first number of section
1954, 2d article, part 2, title 3, chapter 2, of the code
114. To incorporate the McLusky Gold Mining Com
115. To change the name of the Confederate Fire
and insurance Company, and to make more definite
the liabilities of stockholders.
116. To amend thw 2d section of sn act entitled an
act to incorporate the Empire State .Iron and Coal
Mining company, and to confer certain powers and
privileges thereon, passed over Governor's veto by
Senate and House of Representatives Dec. 9, 1862.
117. Relative to bonds of trustees.
118. To add an additional section to an act incor
porating the town of Fayetteville, assented to Dec. 20,
1823, and to amend section 3 of said act.
119. To incorporate the North Georgia Mining and
120. To change and define the times of holding the
Superior Courts of the several counties of the Web
ster Judicial Circuit.
121. To incorporate the Cherokee Mining and Manu
122. To incorporate the Georgia and Ai*h*»n* Min
ing and ^Manufacturing Co.
123. To revise, alter and amend an act entitled an
act to incorporate an Insurance Co. in the city of Co
lumbus, Georgia, assented to Nov. 14, 1864, and to
change the name to the Merchants’ and Planters' in
surance Co. of Columbus, Georgia.
124. To incorporate the Kennesaw Mining Co: of
125. To consolidate the offices OfTieceiver of Tax
Returns and Tax Collector for the counties of Effing
ham and Gilmer.
126. To change the county line between the coun
ties of Upson'aud Crawford, so as to include the. resi
dence and fa im of Leonard Worthy of the coimty of
Crawford in the county of Upson.
New Yore, March,
were adopted mi a meeting of I
27. Appointing s committee to examine the State
28. Expressing the cordial endorsement of the Gen
eral Assembly of the address of the Hon. A. H. Ste
BY THE WESTERS HAIL,
Despatches to the Associated Press.
New York, March 2.—The Committee an Commerce
have not yet come to any definite conclusion on the
proposition before them, to spjlropriate s'sufficient
sum of money to construct quarantine bbuaes for New
Y’ork harbor. It is regarded as not only necessary to
guard against the approach of cholera, but it will act as
a preventive. It is not-known what amount of money
it will require. As soon as the amount required can
be got, definite action will be taken thereon.
The Post Office Committee, at their meeting today,'
had under consideration the proposition to allow the
construction of two bridges over the Mississippi, one
near St. Louis and another at a higher point, for rail
road purposes. The matter was finally referred to
Senator Ramsey, who is authorized to examine and re
port to the committee at their next meeting.
The Tribune's Washington special says: A Senator
elect from one of the seceded States, in an interview
with Secretary Stanton to-day, entreated that the freed
men’s Bureau might be continued in hia State, and
stated if the government desired to protect and foster
the loyal sentiment, it must send a strong military
Washington, March 2—The two memorials pre-
i sen ted to the. Senate to-day, and referred to the Com-
| mittee on Foreign Relations, asking for legislation to
.1 secure sa int -nations! opyright law, embrace the
names of tvrv," - d three hundred authors,
1 editors au, publisher* song them Bryant, Long-
feii . H Im.-e, Jared parks, Lowell, and other
j eminent writers
The argpsv nt in ttn liUamohuaettsliquor casea be*
.-••re me I - Suin-en.e Court, has besu conclndsd.—
■ Monday th. ' t wd: take up the case of Milligan
an.! Bowk- i ind.aus, v. uidh involves the constitu-
of military ccorta slid commissions to try
i .-iViiiaus -li..' -r General B. F. Butler and Mr. Stans
the Attorney General, and
1 appear fr* the
> the Court
- • was betora the Court to-Jky. It in-
c to valued* aad «ctewtre minM t»
resell tati vc- ! *
j tt* on Elect i
| tee has riot *•
i ca&ca wL
Of P«l . hi:.
I theca* ,
i again*-.,. :i
kgaged in taki
[ the House.
[ New Yens ..
of the Anne.'* "
more Fenians in
-ion base of V. A. Nish vs.
m oncluded, but Hi* oommit-
don on the esae. Two other
ti— Mr. Falls vs. Mr. Dawson
i. Mr. Deulon at Ohio. In
Kelso of Ko., and Kauta
■ he i otiani.
h’. idle news of the __
■ mid the arreat of one
• ciaud. -rested considerable f^tf-
ment at the Onion Square headquarter! yesterday. A
meeting of the council wss at once held and imnar.
tant measures tsken. Circulars were at once issued
from headquarter* calling on the various circles to
meet and take steps for the important news which bad
been just received.
It is inferred Out the Emperor, of Francis js pre
pared to recognize Ireland as a bdlUgtreat power the
moment she asserts her right to such e claim.
The Irish People, the organ of the. Brotherhood at
Union Square, publishes the fallowing:
Hsadq’bs Dxt’t or Cmt Arrsnu, 1
March l, 1866./
BootHEna: The tiabeai corpus act la suspended in
Ireland. Our compatriots are thus thrown into the
field, and are doubtless fighting, as God gives them
strength, at this moment. Meet! Remember your
promises and be prompt in your assistance. The Mil
itary Department Of the Brotherhood will take charge
of your military contribution^ and the Financial De
partment will strain every nerve to supply the brave
men-in the gap. Success depends upon immediate ac
Let every man understand his duty.
Patbice J. Downing.
Secretary of Civil Attain
It is staled that many leading Fenians have arrived
in this city, including General Sweeney, who will take
counsel with each other as to what is beet to be dene
in the present condition of aShira. There were secret
meetings of all the circles last evening,
h It is now believed by the Brotherhood of this city,
that their friends in Ireland are already fighting, and
bitter are the denunciations oi the Seuate by die s<i-
herenta of OTttahony and 8ta»eus. In fact, the feel
ing against them runs eolilgh. It Sk feared that should
it be established beyond s doubt, on the arrival of.the I
next mail, that the Fenians are fighting ih Ireland, ex
tremes will be gone to here, and aefs of violence com
mitted. \ .
The World's dispatch from Worcester, Massachu
setts, says: The Fentons of Mijas kuse*-* are on the
alert.. The news by the. steamer last-night reused
neat excitement The State Center of Massachusetts
Major M. J. McConeille. has Issued a call to the Broth
erhood of the State to be ready for immediate action.
»ew Toa*-* f: |
>e association of bank
Wher«s, Measures are under consideration in-Con
gress for the consideration of the pabtic debt, having
also in view sa their uUnnate object fcVrestoratiou of
the currency to a specie basis.
Resol L'eH. That this association deem all these de-
liberations to be timely and appropriate, and demand-.']
ed by the best interest of the country. f /I
fZpao/red, That we deem it to be an indispensable
prerequisite of such measure that a systematic plan be
adopted for the regular redemption of national beak
notes, as recommended by both the Secretary of the
Treasury and the Comptroller of Currency.
Resolved, That without such a plan in effective oper
ation any movement toward the curtailment of the le
gal tender imue wilt inevitably result in the substitli-
ti<m of s currency cilculated to protract indefinlh y
existing financial difficulties, and to increase the em
barrassment, both of the government and peoplt.
THE LEGISLATUBES OF WISCONSIN AND MINNESOTA ON
THE PRESIDENT'S VETO.
Madison, Wis., March 2.—The Wisconsin Legisla
ture yesterday passed resolutions to sustain Congress
on the Freedmen’s Bureau bill.
8t. Paul, Mins.. March 2.—The Legislature of Min
nesota adjourned to-day. Resolutions were passed
sustaining the action of Congress, and voted down re
solutions favoring President Johnson.
' FENIAN EXCITEMENT IN NEW TOBE.
New Yobk, March 2.—The Fenian excitement in
this city over the newsrecsived by yesterday’s steamer
ta increasing. Much activity prevails at the head
quarters of the Brotherhood.
In the Supreme Court to-day, Mr. E. A- Stansberry,
Receiver of tbo Morris Fire and Inland Ins. Co., ap
pointed by Judge Miller of Albany, was fined by Judge
*£ e ,um Mr. Stansberry to go
to jail till the flue was paid. The fine was impoaedfor
au alleged contempt of Mr. 8. in refusing to deliver
to J. K. Hatchet, Receiver, appointed by Judge Ber
nard, the aasetts of the county.
Ne w York, March 2.—A great meeting of the Fen
ians is to be held in Jones' Woods on Suutey.
Despatches from-Washington -‘tale that Governor
AJfih*l£e^o£'Uaisachusetts is to be the new Secretary
Cobnweix, C. W., March 1.—-At s public demon-
station and a dinner given to the members of the
government last night, speeches were made by Hon.
Messrs. Galt, Howland, McDonald and Oerter Ur.
McDonald asserted thAt the confederation of the
British provinces was now certain of accomplishment
in a tew weeeks. Referring to the militia he said
Canada had now about 2,000 wall drilled officers
Mr. Ualt, speaking of the recent - reciprocal negoi
ttona, denied the charge of home made lecistadofi Hi
Canada subordinate to the States, and claimed the
liberal terms offered to the Americans “Treated a
Public sentiment in the United HOfes favoring a re
newal of reciprocity- Be aaid-wemust * now cultivate
commercial relations with the lower province South
America-aud Europe, and legislate to attract
and emigration to Canada. We must postpone for the
present the enlargement of our canals, and cultivate
PRICE. 5 CENTS.
JONHS A RICE.
(Formerly the Scrgven Hones,)
SAVANNAH, C A.
This first-class Hotel having been renovated and
newly furnished, is now open for the reception of the |
Port r Royal H
HILTOTY HEAD, i
RIDDELL 6 R H fl <1, PaoraiiTOne
1 NIo.^iSBilEx’c'hange Place, $
138 Congress Street & 55 St.
lias just received from New York a floe aasoi
Spring and Summer Clothing, j
Withe good selection of
CLOTHS FOR TlllfCtJSTOM DBPARTMKNT.
CAMP & CHRISTIE,
118 Broughtop. St. I
H AVE in stnre find ready for Inspection a new
SPRING STOCK, comprising tbs largest aa-
to be found in any home in the city in their line: all
of which will be mule to order at dtorA notice,
trimmed and got up in their usual style.
of every description requisite to a gentleman's ward
robe, constantly on baud, f:6-2w
A LSO, a fine assortment of Silk, Wool and Back
akin Gloves and-GMnutlets. Just opened at
EINSTEIN * KCKMAN,
i23-tl 161 roagrvs* street
J. W. STEELE,
ftnte Steele A Burbank,)
11 Merchants’ Sow, Hilton Head, So. Ca.
And QsrneeKiiuj and George sis., charleston,
riALLS the attontion of Wholesale a|id Retail Par- \
V* cjiasurs to hia siu^riqr. stock of
Dissolution of Copartnership,
I ^HE firm or Dxlvlynskl ft Slager is this day dis
solved by matnal consent
| Mr. Philip Bxlaljmskl is alone authorised to re-
ceive and receipt for the late firm
The business will hs hereafter conducted at the old
| stand by
LO-lm PHILIP DZLALYNSKJ
3 IHS firm of Warren ft Plainer is this day dissolved
.Jt "Wtoal consent. Mr. Z. C. Warren having
tltdrawn from the eoneern, Mr. K. P. Platner as
sume* all liabilities, amt wilt continue the business.
„ Z. C .WARREN.
ro2 E P. PLATNER.
I have Ibis day admitted Mr. C. H. Bos worth as a
partner. The bnsiness will be here after carried on
under the name and firm of Platner ft Bosworih.
m3 E. P PLATNRR.
Wendy relations with the United States, expecting Military OOd N&V&l ClothiCJT.
their reciprocation. He concluded by advocating self- ‘ * *
reliance on the part of Canadians
Watches, Clocks, Ruicy Goods Jewelry and Plated I
Ware, Swords, Sashes, Bells, -Embroidcrli a, Boots,
Cups, Field Glasses, Gauntlets, Gloves, Ac., Ac.
fTllE copartnership of Colby, Millen ft Co, at Da-
* rlen, G*. lathis day dissolved by mures! con-
CHARLES L. COLBY ft CO.,
Wallace h. milien.
B Y the subscribers on the morning of the 1st inst-
in Jtmngh.xm county, one good-looking, medium
sized, bright Bay HORSE, ami one III formed old-
looking, sorrel Horse MULE, whicti we are certain
were stolen, as the riders abandoned the horses and
took to the swam) ~
post, C. R.
proving property andpayfngexpe't
, „„ - H - «• MdlTH,
H>3-3» MITCHELL OWENS.
Oats for Sale.
JTN lots to snlt purchasers, either in sacks or bulk,
now discharging from schr. Zampa.
CHAS. L COLBY ft CO..
121 cor. Bay and Abereorn-9ts.
174 Broughton Street. 174
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, the newest styles,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
WORSTED SHAWLS AND HOODS,
| COUNTERPANES, HOSIERY, ftc.
J net received and for aalq gt tfcc lowest plicae by
J W. NEVITT. of the firm of Nevit, Lathrcp ft
■ Rogers, has associated himself wtth Lathrop A
| Co. in the Dry Goode business, at the old stand of
jl-tf ■ HENRY LATHROP ft CO.
2000 BUSHELS FBIME COBN,
In lots to salt purchasers, Niow--discharging from
schr Zampa. CHvS. L. COLBY ft CO.,
cor. Bay and Aberconuds.
P ROPOSALS will be received for the repair of the
framework between Hutchinson and Fig Islands.
Applications mast hr addressed to the undersigned.
Chairman DddfSnd WSalf Committee.
lit JOHN WILLIAMSON.
A New and Fresh Supply,
Of many varieties; also,
OR PANORAMIC ALBUM -|
I A new, ornamental, and nseftil article for the parlor
For sale by
m COOPER, OLCOTTS ft FARRELLY.
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
ORFF 4 WATKINS,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS
IN AT.Ti ITS BRANOBES,
111* 113. Congress St., Savannah.
FIRE, MAMNE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
following First-Class Companies:
Columbia Fire Insurance Company, of New York
PASSOVER BREAD. ^i^LL persons having demands against the estate ot |
laving demands eg
Edward G. Wilson, deceased, of Chatham county,
Ikim * d to See onr 0(1 fr ‘ end ® an<1 **> 8 I are requested to nuke immediate payment to
J. N. WILSON,
a E. corner Broughton and Whitaker Stra,.
Old pictures copied with the greatest caret 414
Order* promptly filled
ft. BQRCHHRT ft SON.
i requested t
CflESNKT GROVE WHISKEV.
of this celebrated Whifkey. For aale
^teMACKY. BEATTIE ftCdj
/CONSIGNEES pec steamship NORTH POINT, from I
VJ Baltimore, will please attend to the reception of
their goods, lauding this day at Jones' Wharf.
All goods remaining oa wharf at sundown will be
ored at risk Had expense of owfter. i A ‘ '
Goods placed In store will be ready for delivery on
Monday, the 26th inst.
mo-2 Lx ROCHE ft WEST, Agents.
BUCKETS. BRUSHES, 4c.
Cedar, Buckets, brew bannd ,
Cedar Wider Cans,liraas bound
Tabs, varnished -
Clothes Hampers ■ q
Pope's Hoad, Byes, Blacking and > n^-handlt d
Painted Tabs and Backets
r i ut ut '
covorodtarkilJackets f | i J il 1
r Just received UjJ •
m6 2 8TCABT ft CO
I iOArt REAMS in store nnd for tale at New York
IUUU prices, by
PLATNER ft BOSWORTH.
210 Bay Btreet.
, direct from bond, for sale by
MACKY. BEATTIE ft CO.,
f 203 and 206 Bay street.
TlC BOAT FOR SHE.
T«E Screw Tog BELIEF, 18 tons, wood hull; I
J. length Oil deck, 67 feet; draft, 7 feet 10 Inches ;
lias.one high pressure engine, anchors, diaius, ftc.,
Inquire of R. C. Mclulire ft Co., Hilton Head, South
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTIRE ft CO.,
I TV) load with TIMBER (ready for shipment) in
I X Satffia Rivers. Apply to
TISON ft GORDON,
96 Bay street.
Apply at 207 B.iy street
T WO or three smart and active BOYS, between the
ages of fifteen and seventeen, either white or
colored. Apply-ht the Soda Water Manntactory,
sou 1 fewest corner West Broad and liay si reels.
mi-3 JOHN RYAN
f DA COILS Flax R.tpe i a superior article to Green
IUU leaf or any otner brand.
^ GOOD tenant may be fonnd for a comfortable
In afore and for sale by
house, pleasantly located, by addressln,
box 213, giving p ii-ticalars. j
CHAS. L. COLBY ft CO.
75 , s , sssHas?ar ^,
Fur sale bv
HILTON ft R VNDEUi '
i 193 Bay street.
A O'JODlot. and other re ateriala for Fainting pur
dSB-tr ^. .Lsn, r »4 Ray street-
In amma to salt purchasers, by
FIRKINS Extra Lsaf Lard
In store and for sale by
L. COLBY ft CO.
B. F. METCALFE ft OO
RICE FIELD UM
H. HABERaHAM ft SONS.
AT ST. ANDREW’S HALL. ,,
] JR. L. LOUIS will comaence the Seeond
.4 of his Dancing School for Children on
6th, at 8S o'clock p. m.,
“ ' Tor
( The DrnjrWfcfre <Jf W. W. UBCOLE will be kepi
open, during this month, at night and 8tmdaya.
/UU 690 Si
ip Monday, March Kh, at 8 o’clock p. m. af-8
The undersigned are prepared to sell
BANK CHECKS ON NEW YORK AND
in soma to salt purchasers. ‘ We are prepared also to
make advances on Cotton shipped to our friends in
New York, Philadelphia end LlverpOol
—IT-lm IHJWOftW ft JOHNSTON.
1*9 Bay atreet
BEATTIE A CO.,
Gull State “
Travelers' of Hartford.
• — $600,000
of Hartford ...V.” *
of Tallahassee .’.’.’.‘.‘.'”.7.7.’.‘7.”;” |So’t60
Marine and Piro.
Petersburg Sav ings and Insurance Company of Virginia......... . ^
Eofaala Home Insurance Company of Alabama. . $o00,00O
Georgia Home Insurance Company. Columbus 200,060
y - - r 350,000
New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston.... rv 0: ** 6 *T*-
Knlckeroocker Matnal Life Insurance Company of New York.7.7.77.’.’7.7.".77. ”.' oooitao
Omx Open PoUcles In
Great Western, of New York.
I Commercial Matnal, of New York.
AARON WILBUR, Agent,
No. 86 Bay Street.
O N the Salts, a comfortable HOUSE, with Plant
ing Land attached.
Apply at ihie wfifce. • Ti 'j ■ . • ■ ms 3-
A GOOD and convenient Storehouse for Rent.—
Apply at IM Bay street ji-tf
Practices in the Coarts of the Middle Circuits.
LAROCHG &. JOH N SON,
300 BAT STREET,
Eacli Lot has a width of alxty^seven feet Mdslx
Inches, and Ls one hundred and eighty feet In depth
malting an area or two hundred and two and a half
feet by one hbndred and eighty. This would afford
abundant room for the eratiM of a Hotel of exten
slve proportions, nr for any kind of manufactory —
lor any of which purposes these lots are iligiblv sit
uated, being near to me Central Railroad Depot and
on one of the principal streets of the city. Thcabove
be treated for at private sale separately or
together, and if not disposed of prevlonajy, will be
Offered at public sale In front of the Court House on
the first TUESDAY in April next, by T. J. Walsh.
At winch lime and place will also he offered Lot
No. 3 , Franklin Ward, on Broughton street, and the
Island of Great' Warsaw, containing two thousand
ocree. R. T. GIB90N, Executor,
fl 2-co.l of estate of Dr. C. P. Richardson.
A TRACT of Land, three hundred end lliirty acres
of first qaallty pine land, lying iu Liberty
couaty, near the Waiitlfourviiie Station of the Allan
tic ft Golf Road. The said land oan be bought for
four dollars per acre. There is fifty acres cleared
and under a -good-new fence; some houses ou the
place. For Information, apple to the undersigned,
who lives on the niece, within three miles cf Station
No. A, Waltlmurville.
mS-lm - „■ W- H- BACON.
Two Wogden DweUiaffs on Congress street
between Abercorn and Lincoln streets.
J27-U BRYAN. HARTR1DGR * CO.
SIX RALES SEA ISLAND
TORDTCE, ANDERSON ft JANNEY,
' it Stoddard’s Bange.
Plantations on Ocmnlgee
River, in Irwin Co,
A PLANTATION containing about 2,1
of which is under gtJoa fence. C
there 4s a good Dwelling with ontbail
Stables, new Gin House, and Packing
good quarters for 30 hands, and one of
tVood Landings ibis side of HaWktfisvIUe. iTportton
of ifco farm wa* planted In corn last year and yielded
25 bu-thels to the acre. 1
liO head Caule, 20Q do. Sheep and a lam stack
of Hogs will be sold at the same time, If desired
_ rc* No. 148 Bay street.
Ingood ahlndag order.
CBAS. L. COLBY ft CO.,
Comer Boy end Abercorn
ACHINERY for a Sew MilL complete, with
1y1 Piening Mechine and Grist ldii aitacbed. hiv
ing been run only six mouths. Engine forty hone
power: Enquire of
- CHARLES L. COLBY ft CO.,
flAtl Corner Buy and Absreora its.