vannah Daily Herald
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EVICT. SlViNHAO. GCOUtll*.
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iKMi.LE, March 2, I860.
a *.,nil»lft at the hour of 3 o’clock p.
... , ,| a (nil to establish a Board of
«*•■»* JJJ Z, ,.i Savannah.
( <•*» rnnio beujiSo.
* iIh and Alabama Mining
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. 1866.
urt of Green county
for the purpose of cep Unco
IM. k .Manufacturing Co. in
..nut for revenue stamps re
lic charged in bills of coat.—
r tliti puviueut of teacher* of poor
i, ,-rtain acts of tlie Justices of the
t ,t i*.-Ik < «»unty.
\ certain acta <
ul otli. '-r 4 - i
j„i jiart J. till* •*.
j ,.f i. ruin practicing physicians^n
(Uid he.) the hope of getting rid of the institution
stimulates them to do whet in right, whilst they ere
not discouraged by the idee that there is no hope of
an end to what they regard aa a sort of military gov-
eminent. If, on the other hand, the bureau were to
be made a permanent thing by legislation which on
its face, appears part of the fixed law of the land, all
the objections he had urged in his massage applied in
full force to it, and, instead of encouraging too south
to loyalty, wonld tend to drive them to desperation,
and make their hatred of the government inveterate.
“The same principle of stimulating loyalty waa
shown in the manner in which he had held martial
law over them. Whenever they should show so
peaceful and law-abiding a condition of their commu
nity that martial law was not needed, it should bo re
nounced. Their own conduct wonld thus determine
the matter, and the desire and interest of all the l»ost
people l»e increased to put down disturbances and
outbreaks, to protect union men and obey tho laws,
because by so doing they would hasten the withdraw
al of the direct interference of the military arm in
their attain*. In precisely the same way, and under
the influence of the same ideas, he had acted in re
gard to civil attan s generally in that section, regarding
it as necessary and proper to impose conditions upon
the rebellious states which would guaranty the safety
of the county, and regarding the then existing uffiirs
of the local governments as having disqualifled
themselves by their treason for continuance in power.
He deposed them and established provisional govern
ments; then he asked himself what conditions ought
to be demanded of them, and how their disposition to
accept them in good faith might be stimulated.
“The conditions, namely: The amendment of tho
Constitution of the United States; the repudiation of
state constitutions excluding slavery ; the ac-
the same amendment of the
,„! , timi U7-< «»f the code. Passed.
( .„ r , M ,iatf tin* t.i.ui of Vernonburg in the
-i.rain! amend tin
in of Atlanta. l*a
!; „ l- liillt-'l t»
cveral arts incorpora
■ building stork endo-
‘ ,,,,%!/• t! Inferior Court of Glynn county,
- .1.,t i to do road duty in one dis-
. -ii.i t!i* ‘ 4 -'tui«* i.*i other districts of the
,i' .qi ;.it th.• lulton Petroleum Company.
. alter the liue between Baker and Fairly caun-
linc between Dooly and Pulaski
ih- New Lra Mining and Manu-
i•*1141 thi! charter of the city of Co- 1
river. Pusscd. the rebel debt, and the admission of the freedinen to
Atlanta Canal and Water various rights, Ac., everybodody is lamiliar with.
To stimulate them to accept these conditions, being such
as, using liis best judgment and in the absence of any
Congressional plan, he thought the nearest right of any
he could frame. He engaged that on their acceptance,
with evidence of good faith, he would permit them .to
re-organize their State governm. nts, eject legislatures,
&c., and, solar as executive acts could do so, would
restore them to their position in the Union of States.
They had so far accepted his conditions that he did
Passed. not regard the experiment a failure, but a success.—
i xecutora, guardians He had accordingly reorganized the Postofflce Depart-
1 lneut everywhere among them, had re-opened trade
hap. 2, art. 4, sec. 3 of and removed restrictions through the Treasury De
partment; and, in like manner, in all the executive
departments recogui^d them as States of tho Union,
only keeping enough of a military hold to protect the
freedinen, as he bod before stated, and to induce them
to do something more thorough in that direction.
“Now but one thing remained in which those States
did not exercise the full rights ot States, and that was
representation in Congress. In this he had advised
that the same principle of stimulating loyalty be ap
plied as in the other respects which he had named.—
He would admit only such representatives as are in
fact loyal men, giving satisfactory evidence of this.—
Whenever a State or district sent a loyal man, properly
elected aud qualified, he would think it right to admit
him the same as if from any other State; and he would
admit none but such loyal men; so that other States
or districts might be thus induced to elect and
i send similar men. When they had all done
,„n:il i r any railroad to charge for ; this their representation would be full and the
mi!nail is allowed by the charter, i work would be done. Such was his plan. He did
not ask to be the judge of the elections and quali
fications of members of Congress or of their
loyalty. Congress was its own judge, and he had no
dream of interfering with its constitutional right; but
be fell like urging upon them and upon the country
that this mode of finishing the work, so nearly com
pleted in other respects, was the only feasible oue
which hud been presented, and that it was impossible
to ignore the fact that the State* were exercising their
rights ami enjoying their privih-gt s within the Union—
were, in short, restored in all other respects—aud that
it is too late to question the fundamental right of rep
“I then remarked to him that I heard it suggested
that legislation could properly be made by Congress,
purely civil in its character, providing for the protec
tion of the freedmen by United States courts of in
ferior jurisdiction in all cases where the States did not
do so themselves. He replied that such an idea would
run exactly parallel to his plan, but he had not thought
it yet time to fix his own ideas of the precise mode of
accomplishing tins end, because we lidd a margin of
time, lasting till after the next session of Congress,
during which the present Frcedmon’s Bureau could
continue in operation, and if before that time the
lence in certain cases. 1 southern States should recognize the necessity of pas-
• sing proper laws for themselves, aud providing a
proper system of protection lor the freedmen, nothing
further on our part would be necessary. If they did
• not do what they ought, there would then be time
enough to elaborate a plan.
! “He then referred briefly to the fact that there had
! been rejoicing over bis veto message, saying that if
these men in g«md faith adopted the views of the policy
1 he had himself held and acted upon, and which he had
iwrol legal process in cer- carefully elaborated in his annual message and ex-
J plained to me, the country surely could have no cause
for sorrow in that. If disloyal men and rebels every-
j where, north and sonth, should cordially give their
adherence to the conditions of restoration lie had uni
formly insisted upon, he thought that was precesely
the kind of pacification loyal men every where would
rejoice in. The more they were committed to such a
: course the better he would like it, for if they were not
sincere they would at least diminish their power ol d&n-
! gerous opposition in future. His whole heart was
« "•'liuane:! ot tiii-» State to charge and with the body of true men, who had carried the coun-
; i r nul to authorize them to charge try through the war; aud in* earnestly desired to
• .*i.»:n it-.• - in addition to those specified maintain a cordial and perfect understanding with
* i them. This sentiment and purpose he regarded as
t.i\« s Ihii4 and 18o5 and for other entirely consistent with determined opposition to the
obstruction policy of those extremists who, as he be
lieved, would keep the country m chaos till absolute
ruin might come upon us.
“Such, my dear sir, is the conversational statement
of the President of this important matter; and
if you could meet his straightforward honest
look, and hear the hearty tones of his voice, as I did,
i 1 am well assured that you would blieve with
me that although he may not receive person-
t al assaults with the equanimity and forbearance Mr.
Lincoln used to show, there is no need to fear that
l Andrew Johnson is not hearty and sincere in his ad-
Hruuswick and Altamaha hesion to the principles upon which he was elected.’'
“Very truly yours, J. D. Cjx.
4 . .iter juhI •'
I Siiiultiird of Green county, to :
»*l K. L. Marlin, late Clerk of
am idI the charter of the town of
• .i i ity «.f said town,
flic Central Georgia Manufactu-
Il iiSOuN SESSION,
led at 3 o’clock.
.„rjph, part 2, title 2, chapter
in tking it penal for tin: people
•*•11 circulate U. S. currency.
piy of the Compiler and pro-
• 11*1111 in of the law s. Passed.
• ’ mi Ul- 7 of article 3 of citde.
in *rs to resign their trusts.
! amendatory of 2JH0 section of
lie term for sheriffs and i
of property. Lost,
tin- pay of officers and members
Me Inferior Courts of the State to
• paupers’and for other purposes.
iii«* Augusta Mutual Insiirunce
.1 al 7 o’clock.
N Til Hill HEADING.
• • tioii of the code so far as it re-
' In!ham. Passed,
the Georgia Life and Accident
th< North American Insurance
will witness a new storm of fury from the Radicals.
The Radtcahi threaten to pm a bill to suppress the
existing State Governments. The President will also
veto this. So that if the Radicals continue to travel
on the road they have started, we shall soon have very-
lively times. At any rate we shall soon see what we
shall see. The avenging Nemesis is at work..
A Pari* correspondent relates the latest and freshest
gossip concerning Adelina Patti, the world tamed pri
ms donna, and younger sister of Madame Patti Stra-
koach, of the Italian Open troupe now with us. When
last we saw Mile. Adelina, a few yearB ago in this city,
she waa a romping little Miaa in short skirts, with
seemingly no other care than for the welfare of a very
Urge wax doll, which ahe carried wherever she
“You know that there has again horn some talk of
the approaching marriage of Mile. Patti. Indeed, it
appears that the Parisun public are impatient to mar
ry the young diva. We may see this from the eager
ness with which they discuss the bridegroom, now a
siau prince, now a Spanish marquis, and
again, aa is the case at present, a great From
noble ; but I can assure you that on this
aaiou, aa on proceeding ones, tbe news is en
tirely without foundation, aud I believe
people will have to wait a long time, two years per
haps. for the marriage of Mile. Patti. It is not that
the diva of the Italian theatre is not old enough
marry; for although the public, thanks to her dchcate
figure and her almost infantine manners, persist
giving her only 20 years, and even 19, I will tell you
in confidence that her age is quite 23. However,
Mile. Patti la still a miuor; she is a Spaniard, and
Spain women do not attain their majority till they arc
23. It follows dial the diva will not be of ag ; nude
two years. This particularity, rather insignificant
first sight, derives great importance from the singular
position of Mile. Patti. In virtue of s contract made
by her relatives with M. Strakoscb, her brother-in-
law, her gains ye divided into three shares, the first
of which goes to her relatives, and the second to H.
Strakoscb, while the third is invested at good inlerest
to join her own fortune, of which ah.- will be mistress
at her majority.” y
W E K^spcctfullv Invito oar old friends an<! the
fr.ivpJiug public in give us a call. Our bouse
ifi located in (lie in-ut i of trade, and convenient to the
ibpoti. |ifi :inj JONHS A UU'K.
r r ii e
—“Ai»a Hartz,” lean popularly known as Maj. Geo.
McKuigbt, is about to commence tbe delivery of
course of lectures lor charitable purposes. He will
lecture in Augusta on or about the 3d of March. Sub
—It has recently been decided that a negro may
sue, and recover all he can prove, in all cases where
no written contract exists between himself and his
employer. Thus says the Freedmen‘s Bureau.
The San Francisco Alta says that the cod-fisheries
of the North PaO.fic have already assumed such im
portance as to warrant the conclusion that they are
to be ranked among the prominent sources of our
—A clerk in one of the departments in Washington
expressed a “regret that no Booth was present to. as
sassinate the President during the delivery of his
speech” on the 22d. He was simply discharged.
Milledokville, Mareli 3, 1880.
-t at the hour of 10 o’clock a. m.
v. Mr. Quillian, a Senator.
' tint preceding day was read and ap-
•t Mr Turner the bill to restrict the
i . lost on yesterday, was m-ousid-
iu< n'DTrod to the Judiciary Coiuiiiit-
>t • • lain lands near the city of Macon
in the authorities of said city
a t iipi«*d the whole of the morning
: -it •t lin k a. in.
ii-t.i uid approved.
1 Mi hirst'll of Muscogee, the bill
t *r die Siate for 18»k> passed oil yes-
i* d- the bill was then amended
«l MU I
i-K- laiuls 111 k
‘V* the ri-j»i-4|
‘sUbhsh in each cqpnty a
to the Committee on In-
trv of lands. Passed,
hails, administrators, Ac., to
mi conditions therein stated.
liabilities of Vendue Masters.
Savings Bank. Passed.
• l'i' k p. m.
KKlOYSTiu t TIOM.
| ,,,, 'iil<ni
OlH WASHINGTON LETTER.
[From oar Regular Correspondent.]
Washington, Feb. 27th, 1806.
Tbe President’s speech furnishes an inexhaustible
text to the Radical papers. They have quit avery other
1 theme aud taken to that. They write in every imagin'
' able strain about it. Some affect to deplore it on the
President's account and try to excuse it as being made
when he waa not himself. Some object to the senti
ments; some to the time it waa made, on the sacred
22d of February; tome to the place, the spot ren
dered historical by President Lincoln’s assassination,
others to the auditory of copperheads, and worst of
all the prominence in the scene of “ two of Mrs. Sur-
rat’s counsel.” They consider the President os en
tirely fallen from grace, tiiat he is no better than a
rebel or a traitor now, for he wishes to force rebels
and traitors into seats in Congress. And they deplore
Mr. Seward’* apostacy. Alas, poor man, they say, he
has been beguiled by the syreue voice of the south,
and ho has joined the parly of the rebels. The breach
between the President and the party that elected him
is “final, deifcct and complete.” The majority in
Congress are in the worst humor imaginable. They
are bitter Indeed against the President. If they could
command tbe necessary two-thirds in the Senate,there
is no telling wliat ’they would not do. But there is
unlortuuately for them a hiatus in their ease. They
can’t quite curry au impeachment through.
In the late congressional caucus there was an infinite
amount of gabble, but the only thing they were able
to agree upon was to raise a committee to distribute
documents to tbe people. However, they are to meet
K. HB8IR, BENTLEY 0. HASELL
M. K. JESUP &. CO..
New York, Special Partners.
NO. 4G EAST BAY STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
Hallway Equipment and Supplies, Portable and
Stationary Engines, saw Mills, slid till kinds
of Machinery required by Railroad
Manufacturers, .Machinists and Agriculturalists.
Advances made on consignment of Railroad lion
also on Cotlon and oilier Produce.
CIVIL, MINING AND CONSULTING
ESTIMATES MADE AND CONTRACTS
OFFICE 40 EAST Ba Y, CHARLESTON
Shipwrights, Caulkers and Spar
T HE undersigned would respectfully Inform their
former patrons slid the citizens generally Dial
they have resumed their business ami opened a Shi]
Yard immediately opposite the ettv, upon the ivtiail
formerly occupied by the Dry Dock Company, where
they will undertake and contract for any work in
their Hue of business upon reasonable term9.
KHENSON A Il.WVKES,
Office on Bay street. Jones’ Block, foot of Abercorn
street, over O. L. Colby & Co. frbT-l wAeoillm.
THOM. W. BROOKS
FURNITURE AND GENERAL
344 Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa,
N. B.—All ORDKKH sent by Mail promptly at
again Explains his Poll- _ _
I'-w-iitr fi ulll t.,,1. t ox of Ohio. j again. Some of tbe weaker nu mbers, with small ma-
I jorities to go upon at home, favor some sort of a truce,
[ hut the leaders are made of sterner stuff, and they are
r I’ox of Ohio, had an in- ’ resolved upon war to the knife. We are destined,
• *■ i*i. the purport of which is therefore, to paas through the most ^terrific jiolitical
e d-r, addressed by Governor struggle the country has ever knowu. The questions
at issue are of the most exciting character, and the
radical party has at its head men like Stevens, Wude,
Ac., who would pause at uo obstacle to attain victory,
hi the President they have an opponeui of passious
and will as strong as Gen. Jackson. Those who can
remember, will testify to the profound agination which
the country passed through in the struggle between
j the United Stales Bank and Gen. Jackson. General
Jackson’s iron will and violent passions intensified
that contest to such au extent that it went to the verge
of peril to the country. Now the questions at issue are
1 of an infinitely more exciting character, the passions
j of the country more susceptible of exaltation from the
events in the last few years, and the leaders of the
ruapective pai-ties naturally imbued with the spirit of
the present times have, to express it in tile gentlest
terms, lcs3 moderation. Therefore we are to pass
through a stormy time.
I The inauguration of a war between the State* was
the beginning of a new era in tile government. We
have hut to learn what effect this d parture of the
Yellow Pine Lumber.
40.ooo ■sr.atr and s< * ,i,iiair ’ sx3 ’
To.ois 1 Cypress Shiugles
And ;i tine assortment of Oak, A.h and Pine Wood,
which we offer in lots to suit purchasers, at the Ion
e»t market prices.
Wood Yard, loot of Fabm street, next to Upper
Stoam Rice Mills
mfl-5 BI.AKBWOOD A DAY.
Oats for Sale*
JN lots to suit purchasers, either In sneks or hulk,
now discharging lrom schr. Zarnpa.
CHAS. I?. COLBY A CO..
f21 cor. Bay and Altcrcorn-sts.
d * ftli. Uuiuu Central Committee
l' “ i -t.iti m that the Preuident con-
uuin '" ,1, UI,< 1 Vouc bed for theaccu-
li I no thought# which he
*! , ll, “- 1| »” policy had simply
»'* *toration oi peace, on
' . ii,. - 1 mil policy had ever
"h» n he entered upon
i-l in ' *' “hhjp'd to adopt one of
~ HP. inherited that of Mr.
. U,. j 11 ""» ; ht he agreed, und that
v, „, v u| "' *» he had carried out.—
1.^1 , i initlaiut t[iat he had
i" t - * i-ii fit to declare their
' v , / ““bodying what could
. , ., r j ! “ ii** was Hatialied that
tJi. ‘ e.ovcniiiieat could be
i; ..j ;i . 11 • u 'onld properly de-
; k. Li?, i 4 ; ' V| 1 government; and
State* would le
-- — Jew
■■ Administration aud j country from ita old tradition* of moderation is to
•' through the war to | have on the politic* of the country. Will-politic* go
back to their primitive direction, or are they to re
ceive a new character from the viulmc^ of the battle
field. Oue thing i* t> ba observed, this contest
between the President and the Congress begin* \frhere
all previous controversies even uf tbe most violent
character ended—in threats of Impeachment; ami
never before baa a President thrown It In the face of a'
hostile Congress that there was danger of hit assassina
tion. It is for t£e future to instruct us, where a
struggle beginning with such alarming portends, is to
end. The genius of this government was iuter-Stste
peace, management, policy,- and compromise. In
drawing tlie sword it wounded itself Superficial
observers may think because they are the same per
sons in operations, the substance of things is the
" 1 now Ihu work
<a building had begun.—
‘ “M not pacify the south.
■ * Mich government we
‘ J br. not so near the cud
'i«.< work to do. Hence
•‘d'lpting a policy which
• nt fully just as soon a*
'■uglily ended and those
" >>ih. which were to be
,har y lo the peace, of the
tl.au r. bim in the whole
• proper system of padfl-
1 I' tuied everywhere to
1 "" fii.'Sn,!! • tx !V rn ® 1 t»n*. TTma,
"" f Ui,. i„„ 11 ” Bureau, he was not
-. ,. i | i „l’‘‘’"fthe «ith them- i same. But the government is destined to p*y the
. toyal conduct aud penalty in some shape or other, aud at some time or
L UI>on ril lt m of having departed from ita uature iu the great
orce. Thus, civil war through which we have passed. The pro-
// //./,, /'v®. 1 ? no f (? re89 and result of this struggle now fairly inaugurated
•join, lor he had used i between the Executive and Congress, will shed light
^ "■ *t I —wecunvu ana uongress, win *uea
I | * V.v H. V “ tmue fur » 1*'- I upou the present philosophy of our government,
‘; r " lHii,u,„ j 1 ® d _ eon 4vmiiUtid ■ we will see how much or how little the resulto of th*
G. I). SMYTH & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
109 Bronghton Street,
Near Bull Street,
Fine Invoice* of WHITE GRANITE COMMON and
GL \SSWARB, In tturc and to arrive. For sale by
Mr Good? re-packed for country trade. -
AT ST! * ANDREW# HALL.
M R. L. D»U(S will (-eminence the Second So*-*ion
ot his Dancing School lor Children on Tuesday,
M ocb O.h. al3.‘j o'clock p. m., and for Gentlemen
on Monday, March 5th, at 8 oVluck p. m. m5 5
FIRKINS Extra Leaf tafd
In store und for sale by
» CHARLES U COLBY * CO.
The Drug Store or W. W. IINCOLS wUl Kept
open, during this mouth, al night and Sundays.
a. ,* as 'lav, tor I „!![?,„ . he . th «~ would have been no Napoleon,
t ^ Ire,., I'll.ner a.Ti!,, r'.f e “ d The Senate will pass the Negro Suffrage bill for th.
'Uake t uuu^essir* the -ri ro ' District of Columbia, and the CivU bilL * Both
uuuecessary. Thu of theae bills wiU be vetoed by the PresidenTandxto
"7AA BALES Prime Eastern Hay
/UU 500 sack* Corn
25,Mil feet While Pine Lumber
It bbl? best Bakers* Flour
TOO *acka Black Oats
By R. BRADLEY,
ml-lw ' Its Bay .treet.
(Formeily the Screven House.j
This fliut-class Hotel hnvlng been renovated and
newly furniehed, la now open for the reception of tbe
0*4-1 in o. MoUINLY.
PRICE. 5 CENTS.
MOODY & BARRETT,
Steam Soap Works,
By consent o’ Col. John Screven, the name of this
Hotel is this day changed to ils former name, *• THE
SCREVEN HOUSE. O. M McGINLY",
On and aTter March cth, 1SG0, LUNCH will be
served daily from 11. to 1 o’cloi k
Port Royal House,
I1ILTON head, s. c.
ORFF * WATKINS,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS
T3Nr ATit, its bhanobbs,
HI* tf3 Congress St., Savannah.
RIDDELL 9l RUG(J,
K. B. RIDDELL.
E A. TOPHAM,
138 Congress Street & 55 St.
I lap just received from New York n fine assortment
Spring and Summer Clothing,
With s good selection of
CLOTHS FOR TI1E CUSTOM DEPARTMENT,
CAMP & CHRISTIE,
118 Broughton St.
H AVE in Shire nnd ready for inspection a new
NPH1NU STOCK, comprising th> largest as
to be found in si y house In the city In their line - fill
of which w.ll be Di-iile to order hi short uo'ice,
trimmed aud got up ill their usual style.
of every description requisite to a gentleman's ward
robe, eoiistanlly on hniul, f '6-2w
AMiXlMIRH KID (iLOVliS
A LSO, h flue assortment of Silk. Wool and Buck
EINSTEIN * ECKMAN,
151 roneres. street
(Late Steele * Burbank,)
II Merchants’ Row, llilton Head, So. C».
Anil corner JOluj o/.d CurryeSts., Charleston,
C ALLS the nttentloii ol Wholesalo and Retail Far-
1 rhusers to Ids superior stock of
Military and Naval Clothing,
Watches, Clocks. Fancy Go.id*, Jewelry and Plated
Ware, Swords, Saslu-*. liel's. Embroider!* s, Boots,
’ups. Field Glasses. Gauntlets, t.loves, ,tc., he.
M ESSRS. MOODY <fc BARRETT would resiiecUnUy
amumnee to the public that on and after Jau-
uary 1st ificy will mn from ihelr Soup Works two
wugoiip. with compttoni salesmen, who will visit
f,v C r'h„ f u!!!."T ° nce u week wiili Hard anil bolt Soap,
*y * ho bar, box, gallon or barrel, at prices lower than
1 fo" bc PDCehased in or out of the city.
Ho,,, r ,‘i? lt J >ar Sou ,*' to be free from all o*lul‘.era-
fmidVd. Ul * t0 ^' Ve cul ^ r< satiafoctiou, or money re*
FOR GREASE OR SCRAPS.
We have but one price for our good*, and that
price shall bo satisfactory. Persons ordering from
the country will find it will save t*me aud money by
rending us their orders; na.l If I he good* do not rat
*fy in p* Ice and quality, send Ihcm back to us at our
Orders addressed to MOODY A BARRETT, or L. J
GUII.MARTIN k CO, 148 Bay street, Ageuta, will re
ceive prompt and immediato attention.
Steam Engines and Machinery.
174 Broughton Street. 174
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, the newest styles,
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
WORSTED SHAWLS AND HOODS,
COUNTERPANES, HOSIERY, *c.
Just received and tor rale ill the lowest pi icis liy
PROPOSALS will be received for the repair of the
fl’ntiiewol k between lliitcliiuson ami Fig Inlands.
Application? must lie addressed to the undersigned,
Imlrniiiii Dock and Weurf Committee.
A LL persons having demands against the estate ol
Edward G. Wilson, dece««ed, of Chatham county,
urorespectfully reqtOHted tobaudtbem in properlysu
thufiticated; and all persous indebted to said estate
are requested to make immedlale payment to
AY rapping P*aper*
inn REAMS lit store aud tor sale at New York
JUU ir.hSi 4iy
PLVTNER A BOSWORTn,
210 Bay street.
O GCi’AVES 1858, direct from bond, for sale by
JUtt’K I. BEAT!IE * CO.,
f 503 and 2n6 Bay street.
TUG BOAT FOR SILK.
T»HE Screw Tug RELIEF, Cl tons, wood bull;
. . length on deck, 67 feet; draft, 7 feet 10 laches ;
lias one nlgli pressure engine, anchors, shams, Ac.,
Inquire of R. C. Mduftre *Co 7 Hliton Head, South
Carolina, or u
YORK, WILLIAMS, McINTJRE A CO.,
REMEMBER, SAW MILL MEM,
The undersigned is the Sole Manufacturer of BUR
ROW'S IMPROVED HEAD BLOCK, for Saw Mills
Patent uppliud for.
F. E. TIMMONS
desires to call the attention of those wanting the
above articles to those of
HIS OWN MANUFACTURE.
They are the Mills that will cut the Lumber; are
powerfnl and durable, und will give satisfaction iu
every particular Csll and examine them, at the
Foundry uud .Machine Works. N*>. 170 Fenwick si
opposite the Tower.
F E. TIMMONS.
A supply of material and a competent w. kmau to
execute all work ordered.
F. K TIMMONS.
Steam Pumps Steam Fittings, furnished at rhort
F. E. TIMMONS.
ANTI FRICTION METAL
The very best kind of METAL for heavy or fast
bearings. Warranted to give entire satisfaction.
Made only by
F. E. TIMMONS,
Foundry andMachine Works,
opposite Water Tower.
Paper Mill Maehinery.
Drying Cylinders, Calendar Rolls, Rag Cutters,
Ac., Ac., for Paper Mills, built to order. ,
F. E. TIMMONR.
With Facilities Unsurpassed,
North or South, he feel* confident, that be can give
entire satisfaction to all who will give him a call.
F. E. TIMMONS,
No 170 Fenwick street.
Opposite the Water Tower.
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS,
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY.
8AW8, BELTING, &c., &c.
TIRE, MARINE, UTE AN! ACCIDENT
In the following First-Class Companies
Colombia Fire Insurance Company, of New York
Fulton v ,, ,,
Excelsior « « .* „
Springfield ** “
Putnam “ «
Gulf State “ *•
Travelers’ of Hd'tford.
of Baltimore ”'
Marine and Fli- 0 ,
Petersburg Savings and Insurance Company of Virginia
Eufanla Home Iusuraace Company of Alabama
Georgia Home Insurance Company, Colambna 200,000
New England Mutual Life Insnunee Company of Boston
Knickerbocker Mutual Life Insurance Company of ?bw Yoik!.!
Open Follelea in
I Commercial Mutual, of New York.
AARON WILBUR, Agent,
No. 69 Bay Street.
..$3. On*', 000
Great Western, of New York*
QN^tbe Salts, a comfortable nOUSE, with Plant-
_ Lam! attached.
Apply at Ihi? office.
A GOOD and convenient 8tonffi(#aiie for Rent —
Apply at 194 Ray street i5 it
B Y’ a middle aged man, in a wholesale dry goods or
grocery store. Understands parking, marking,
shipping and receiving goods. The very best of ref-
cesgiveu. Apply at 207 Bty stree'.
T WO or three smart and active BOYS, between the
ages of fifteen and seventeen, either white or
colored. Apply at tbe Soda YVater Manufactory,
southwest corner West Broad and Baysireels.
m5-2 JOHN RYAN
TJOARD, by March Q7th, for a gentleman nnd hi:
JJ wife—in a private family, where there are no
other boarders preferred.
Address C. L. P., Lock Box 152. mC
Dissolution of Copartnership.
T HEflrmofDztilynski k Slagcr Is this day dis
solved by mutual consent.
Mr. Philip Dxtnlynsti 1s alone authorized to re
ceive and receipt for tbe late firm
The business will b> hereafter condnetod at the old
fifl-lm PHILIP DZIALYNSKT
HE firm of Warren A Plainer is thl? day dissolved
by mntnal con-ent. Mr. Z. V. Warren haying
withdrawn from the concern, Mr. R. P. Plainer as
sume* all liabilities, and will contlnoe the business.
} ’! - F- ft -WABBBM :
»2 E P. PI.ATNEIt.
I liave ibis day admitted Mr. C. H. Bovworth as s
partuer. The bnaineas will be her* alter carried ou
under the name aud firm of Plainer A Itn-wurih.
m3 E P PLATNsR.
T HOSE very valuable Lots situate™
of ttest Broad and Zubly streets.^ l
tlie loiters C, K and c. Middle Oglethd
Each Lot has a width of sixty-seven NTTil six
Inches, and is one hundred and eighty feW in depth
making an area of two hundred and two and a half
reel by one hundred and eighty. This would afford
abundant room fur the erection of a Hotel of exten
sive proportions, or for any kind of manufactory —
For auy of which purposes these lots .re Iliglblv sit
uated, l>eing near to the Central Railroad Depot and
on one of the principal streets of the city. Thcabove
Lois may be treated for at private sale'separately or
logelher, and if not disposed of prevlou.lv. will he
offered at public sale in rnmt of the Court ilonse on
the II,Si TUKSDAY in April next, by T. J Walsto
V a *f" L!‘ 1 e t ' iJ1 a,so be Offered IsOt
|, f , ^ ,ikl, l u ^ nr « 1 ’ on Broughton street, and the
Isl.uiil of (.real ttaisuw, containing two thousand
U< i“' * r R- T. GIBSON. Executor,
fto-cod of estate of Dr. C. P. Richartson.
THE BEST INVESTMENT INGEORGIaT
COHON, CORN AND RICE
si(Tmto.Mn'r anJ . tr “‘y valuable Plantation.’
s (Iiaied in Liberty county, Ga., forty miles from ihe
I..l > m f i Sa r auu “^' 11 ve m |le ? from Station No. 8, and
six mil-s from No. 4, on the Atlantic k Golf Railway
known as tbe *• Walthonr Homestead,’’ hi now offer-
S . a e at a REDL: L’ED PRICE, as tbe owner Is
*'* mercantile Hf e . it contains 1,500 acre*,
abont too or which Is open, and is composed of lands
nusLrpassed for productiveness, and la a portion of
tbut jnstly celebrated body of land known as th*
iini’l nl- 1 nt nc ‘\, Produces the finest descrlp-
ti n of longcotton-equu 1 to that raised ou the sea
tolanifS—Corn, sugar eane, potatoes, and all boullieru
products usually grown in its climate, produced
abundantly. Its contains about v
100 Acres of Choice Rice Land.
The improvements are those usually found on
ural-cluss plantations. Accommodations for fifty
operatives. Good two-story dwelling, kitchen, sta'-
oies, *fcc., barns, rice house, cribs, Ac., *c. There is
a steam engine on tlie place that does not belong to
it, l-ur can lie bought from Ita owner.
For further pal ticnlars, apply to
E. C. WADE A CO.,
Savannah. Ga., or to
J. D. DELANNOY,
WOOD & MANN’S,
Portable Steam Engines
flft COILS Flax B *pc;
UU leaf or any other brand.
a superior article to Green
■hire and for sale by
OKAS. L COLBY A CO.
NYOIC* of Hatter A do., tor sale by
MACKY, BEATTIE A CO.,
203 and 205 Bay street
Packages Prime LEAF.
For sale by
M.\<*Y, BEATTIE A CO..
203 and 206 Bay street.
FROM FOUR TO THIRTY-FIVE HORSE POWER.
We bare the oldest, largest, and most complete
work* in the country, engaged in mannfectnring Por
table Engines. - Oarengiese are. *kf. «*pert»« now
conceded to La Ike besMl’P^retu^ofth* description
ever presented to the public Adapted to every pur
pose where power la reqnired. Medium star* constant
ly on hand, or furnished on short notice.
Descriptive circulars, with price list, sent on spptca-
COMSTOCK A KINSEY.
dl5-eod6m 154 Bay street, ba vac ash. Ga.
PACKER AND RE-PACKER OF COTTON,
Wool, miles, Roffi, Jiaks, etc ,
JN the best shipping order, at foot of Jefferson st.
flYHE copartnership of Colby, Milieu Jt Co
A. rivn, Ga . Is this d.iy dissolved by mnt
CHARLES L. COLBY k CO.,
YVaLLAi E IL MIL' EN.
J W. NEVITT, of the firm of Ncvlt, Lstlirop A
• Rogers, has associated himself with Lai hmp 4
Oix in the Dry Good* business, at the old stand ol
JT-tf HENRY LATIIROP A CO
AT TORN EY-AT-LAW,
Practices in the Courts ot the Middle Circnits.
LAROCHE & JOHNSON,
TimbcrA XaYimttex* Dealers
200 BAY STREET,
2000 BUSHEL^ FBIME CORN,
la lots to salt purchasers, now discharging rrom
achr Zsmpa. OH »8. L. COLBY A CO.,
ryi-tr cor. Bay and Aliercorn.sts.
W ff will b« prepared to f inish Passo- er Bread,
and will be glnd to see oar old fr.ends and the
pnblic generally. •
Order* promptly filled.
**2-8 A. BOBCHERT A SON.
l^AMK’Oog^oak*. a fine assortment, jut re-
Plantations on Ocmulgce
River, in Irwin Co.
A PLANTATION containing abont 2,M)0 acres, 600
or which is under good touce. On this place
there is a good Dwelling with outbuildings, Barns,
Hlublcs, new Gin House, and Packing Screw, with
good quarters for 30 hands, and one of the best
Wood Lauding* thin side of Uawkinsville. A portion
of the land was planted in corn last year and yielded
25 bushels to the acre.
HO head Cattle, 200 do. Sheep and a large stock
of Hogs will be sold at the same time, ir desired.
In Coffc. county, a Plantation containing abont
154-4) acres, and possessing all the advantages of the
above oue. For further particulars, apply to
L. J. GUILMaRTIN A CO.,
"I No. 148 Bay street.
THE two adjoining Lota on the corner of Jonee
A HDd line .In streets, wilh the Baildlng In courss
of construction, properly of the late Brigadier Geo.
Claudiu* C. Wilson.
Apply to H. K Lester, Attomey-*t-I*w, corner of
Bay and Barnard streets,
ft3 tnjfctbtf J. H. HINES, Adm'r-
A TRACT of Land, three hundred and thirty acres
ol first quality pine land, lying in Liberty
county, near the Waltboorvllle Station of the Atlan
tic A Gulf Road. The said load can be bonetit for
tour dollars per acre. There is fifty acres cleared
and under a good new reuce ; some bouses on the
place. Fur information, apply to tbe undersigned,
who lives on the place, within three miles of Station
No. 4, WaltbonrvUie.
mil-mi w. H. BACON.
Two Wooden Dwellings on Congress ffireet
pet ween Abercom find Lincoln streets
Jgfctf BRYAN. HARTBIDGF. A CO.
SIX BALES SEA ISLAND BAGGING,
FORDYCE, ANDERSON A JANNfcY,
EIS&T71M A SCKMAJf.
THE ETE, EAR, HD THROAT.
'Pl R - WRIGHT, of Toronto. Canada West, Ptiysl-
AJ clan and Surgeon, Oculist and Aurist, can be
consulted on Deitftieah, Discharges from tlw* Ear.
no.set In the nead, Catarrh, Diseases of the Throat
All diseases of tlie EYB. requiring eithetr Medical
or Surgical aid attended to.
Office Nc. 41, in Hr. Tbos. Bucklers old office on
Lexington street. Baltimore, Md.
Office hour* iron 3 to IS A- M-, and 3to 6 P. M.