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notwithstanding .the statement to the
* uJ ,1,1,1 tl,r military will not interfere.
K l(OH tV VSlIINGTOIV.
a i “* ,i,e Bill.
. IT —The House of Beprsaent-
s t im:L
rf.alnd tlie Loan bill, by a vote of
t „ seventy nays- Tills is regarded as
i 'In- Secretary of tho Treasury's
1 Ll- till! would Rive him very large
posed that it will be revised and
.. r t - .. . u-ioned great excitement. I
lork Cotton Market.
March 17.—The cotton market is still
<iled to-day were 400 bales at 40c.
piTiiit K') DA \ Ahi U THE PE*
of Holla i
ml Thirty-three Millions
ii the I'. S. Treasury.
Mart ii l*.—Reports from various
.... m m. Patrick's Day as having passed
s; „i \» .tii- *ut any of the predicted .Fenian
M htii-.il the citizens turned out (*h
I th.-ir r. dpccts to the Governor General
,u ihi. provinces is much abated.
,vi liit iuMsmy yesterday transmitted
ii i the House showing the available
• treasury be over $123,400,000.
f tic sir;, t.-t
01 RU \Hlll\OTO\ coruespokdekce
Fi -mOur Regular Correspondent.]
Washington, March 12, 1866.
j( Jt jf.i.a in il:«* Senate of the Constitutional
ii.ji..-: • . k . the basis of representation, and
». , H us* of the Civil Rights bill back
; u, .*.• . onsidered events of some sig-
• ;•, av -i; ,»ng the difficulty the dominant
in, upon the practical application
pi.•• The opposition to the Con-
romea from some of the party
Mr. Sumner is a conspicuous in-
t|f 11 . nsi.lers tlie amendment as the
■n.'i.t ! j : on iple lor expediency. Hia policy
v a i it ; th him on this line, is that, the
i > i. lo (1 free, have a right to vote, as
a*- an> else, and that no settlement is
Ii I-i*- n. t *. ure this right. Mr Sumner's
» r< if»-.| great murmurs in liis own party, as
r- t.. i.«ihi an inordinate share of virtue and
! r h.n.-'.-l!, and denounces the course of his
. ’.it* - hi \ ry bitter terms. Mr. Sumner
me \ .r\ much of Robespierre in the national
vlo-ii in* . olieafnies began to hesitate, when
r tl.. tribune with bis elaborately prepared
imvhi. il be laid down great abstract prin-
.tli winch he associated himself, and hia asso.
: n- I ii Hulh'ii silence to his self-exaltation
- ii i ubt but that there is in the ranks of
f an party nii clement more or less conser-
Ur S. ward may be considered as the type of
i f N nmii in the country had more
ni giving form and being to the Repub-
than Mr. Howard, though his poi-
arriv« at the extinction of slavery gradu
al Iwiit h convulsion. Mr. Seward is philo-
turn of mind, and he realizes that great
j . i' liangea cannot be made on the spur
imnt. but require time. Heuce Mr. Seward
il i > all violence. He hoped to attain the
' rsal freedom by peaceful struggles, and
|fcteiiJancy of ideas. Events which he could hot
ed him from this line of policy. But as
ace was over Mr. Seward reverted to his
ey, and his idoas have been in entire har
i the President's course. Evidently Mr.
- ri. aw indicated by his recent speech at
1 institute, was to struggle for tho control of
&Erpablk.iii party, and to rally under the banner o*
•Antioa * portion of that party. Hsnce he took
nit that the President and the Congress
l Meets in view,- but differed as to the
vsrd desired that reason should exer-
his party, and the question of ad-
ident or to the Congress Miould be
i.-n and not in 4 temper of passion-
ai *i’rf Cooper Institute speech w r as on a
u. the President’s 2‘2d of February
r ird’s speech tended to sooths and
mi party, tho President’s speech to
r. sub date them. Mr. Reward’s was
• i policy. With ordinary tact the
‘ Reward to the President's policy
-• important results. Mr. Reward has
intellect of the Republican party for
II •* influence in the powerful
* V >rk is peculiarly great.
■ cm!.; for the country that a public
^ i: ability, and such controlling iuflu*
— tof rank- • 1 n„. dominant party, should take
* , ‘d« of a policy of wist* conserva-
' accession to thujconserv&tive par.
• I as a favorable omen for the fu-
uleas which strongly possess the
't now, first that the government
• * tree are bound to see that they
lr*M*dow. Second that the State
a; uld not go as it is termed into
"'"‘tlmrn people would act in both
' 1 ' ; ir ns little as possible on these
uu immense influence north
I i the President would be masters
l * I tfie south would be delivered
II • equality that political mad
• m v upon them at the point of
thjc southern state
According to the Tribune, the question of
the recognition of the Stale governments in
the lately rebellious States will shortly be
brought to a practical test. Measures, it
“ys, have been taken by prominent loyalists
in the South, and are now being perfected
under the advice of leading men in Congress.
The plan set forth is, that—
•■Loyal man, and they only, both black and whita, in
Arkansas, North Carolina, Louisiana and c-laevrhere, to
take steps toward the formation of a new government
liiaae loyal man, without respect to color, will shortly
issue calls in their respective States for State Conven
tions and elect delegates thereto; the Convention so
formed will frame State eonatitntinus embodying the
principles of loyalty, freedom and equal rights; will
5 1 ^^ U " a “ aelve8 ,0 11,0 payment of the national
debt, the repudiation of the Confederate debt, and the
“* fr “ h ahi * e “*“‘ ot the Confederate! This being
done they ^will then proceed to elect Governors, State
officers. Representatives agd Senators; the latter of
wnom wdl at once demand admission to Congress,
ine question thus being thrust upon that body
there is no doubt of the recognition of the Govem-
menta bo formed, and the administration of tlie loval
members so elected. A number of true and loyal men
or the south have been here some days consulting aud
deciding upon the best method to be adopted, aud
have determined upon the plan presented above, have
left lor their bomea to oarry the same into execution
the matter has been kept very quiet up to this time,
out &m the movement in most of the States is now well
under way, no harm can, and perhaps much good
may be done to the Union cause bv giving the facts to
the public at this time. ’’
In other words, says the New York Ex
press, here is a plan to overthrow the present
State governments at the South, to get up a
civil war in the States, to bring classes and
sections into conflict, to interfere with Slate
governments by interposition from Wash
ington, on the part of Radical members of
Congress, and other Radicals, aud to upset
society, labor and order, generally. AVe
trust the President of the United States, who
is sworn as well to support the constitution
of the United States as to execute the laws,
will defeat this well-planned deviltry of the
Radicals. Its immediate and pressing object
is to keep eleven States out of the Union,
but its ultimate object is to bring on a civil
war at the South, and just such a war as
was threatened in South Carolina when the
Lnion and Nullification parties came so near
destroying each other iu 1830.
Tho Daily News, alluding to this revolu
tionary scheme of the Radicals, 9uy 3 Mr.
Henderson has paved the way for the suc
cess of the enterprise, by a resolution deny
ing and discrediting tbe authority of the ex
isting State Governments in the South.
We sincerely trust that no serious design
of attempting to put into execution such a
mischievous scheme as that set forth by the
Tribune is entertained even by the extremists
of the Radical party. If such an expedient
is really meditated, and if (he movement is
permitted by the President and tlie true
friends of reconstruction in Congress, we feei
confident, that no respectable portion of the
“true and loyal men” ot the south will give it
their countenance and co-operation.
- A nice little Canadian girl eloped from arenvVnt
joined and married her lover in Vermont a few days
— A woman is sometimes struck with a man bt-fore
marriage, and by him afterward.
— It is stated that the vignette of Jackson wiU ap
pear on the new issue of the five cent Iractionalcur-
- Frederick Ruckert, the German poet, a native o'
Schweinfurt, died on the 3Iat of UccambPr, aged
seventy. j. ,1
- Tho grand jury at Richmond has found a true bil 1
against H. R. Pollard, for aasaulting the Times - cor
respondent, Mr. E. H. Brooks.
- Senator Dixon of Connecticut is aerioualw. ill at
W ashington. As he is one the frieuds of Jh« Presi
dent, his death at this time would be a public calami
— A Washington special afates that Qnantrell. the
guerrilla, has been urrested. and will he liken to
Washington for trial. ‘ 1 - » •
— .Vs soon as possible after Easter, the kettles of Bal
timore will hold a cbnritabie fair for tbe benefit of tlie.
suffering whites in the south.
Tlie younger Dumas is about to present the
world with a new novel, the first he has written in
fourteen years. The title is ■■ Clemeneeau'a Trial the n , . r ~. — —
Accused’s Memoir,” and it ia said to bo very hawefi in t ’.! ,U V' in , fr,,m 1,s l,w1lfr
tone. y uarsh in >ji-or further paiticuUrs. apply to
Blackwood’s Edinburg Magazine for February.—
This popular periodical for February has been re
ceived at EatilTe. The initial article entitled •■ What
will the Government do ?” is employed in discussing
party questions of no interest except to English poli
ticians. The second article is in continuation of the
talo “Sir Brooke Foabrooke." The third is in contin
nation of the spirited narrative, •• Memoirs of tho war
for Independence, by Heros Von Brooke, chief of staff
to General J. E. B. Stuart.” There follows •• A visit t°
the Big Trees.” An article succeeds entitled “Ueligio
Spsnsari, ” in which there is a discriminating compar
ison between Avioate and Spenser, several translations
of the former, and some admirable criticism of their
respective merits. ■■ Genera] Tamoriciere,” is the
title of the next article. It is a sketch of the rharac.
ter and career of that officer in which is delineated the
leading events in the life of that religious hero. “Mias
Mayoribanka,” in continuation, follows, which sue
ceeds Stuart Mill on Mind aud Matter," a new bur
lasque song in which the measure is as amusing as the
idea commemorated is outre. The number closes
with Cornelius O'Dowd upon men and women and
other thinga in general.”
— A ,' ven known French artist, Boilvin, h'as'hanged
himseli, on account of the, distress in which hn and
his family had for some tirhe been plunged It is ro-
b / l °L e tke deed hesaiithat
perhaps his death would give hiS children the br.-fd he
could not give them while he lived.
iif7f^ Ilu [ iana ' 14 raan insured his wife’s
life for f.j0,o00. He then sent her away, and having
procured a corpse which resembled her. represented
UM hts wife, had a funeral, and claimed the money
ine trail a was for a time not discovered.
“ii woman in Biughampton recently stole $1,400
and hid it in her waterfall. It was several days before
tbe constable could find it.
The Empress Eugenie is reported to be growing
v —A literary society of young ladies, at Seneca Falls,
^ew Yark, have styled themselves the “Go Home
Alones,” and altogether ignore the company of nude
—Re v - Mr. Lane of Louisville was recently robbed
of his watch while walking through one of the aisles
of the church exhortingsinners to go up to the mourn
er's bench. The thiet must have been a “hard case.”
.— A man named Edward T.Smith described aa a
New \ork rough aud “bounty jumper,” who had
b<eu arrested and confined in the Atlanta jail lor run
ning a small pair of hand trucks over a crazy negro,
and for other misdemeanors, attempted with other
prisoners to effect his escape by digging out under
the floor. Smith had got his body half way through
the hole when ho was discovered by the guard who
fired, tho ball entering his head and killing him in
— Gen. J. C. Pemberton is living at Newton on
the Weldon and North Carolina railroad.
— Senator Marvin of Florida, is at Washington,
working hard for the interest of hiB State.
On Tuesday the visiting justices at Manchester
Eng., recommended that a tread-wheel to hold 200
persons should be constructed in tbs city goal, for
prisoners ot the first class under sentence of hard la
- The oil excitement in Canada runs almost as
high as at any time in Western Pennsylvania. A well
has been opened near the town of Enniskillin, known
as the Hendricks well, which pumps 1500 barrels of
clear oil per day.
TIIEJBEHT INVESTMENT IN GEORGIA^
V A L U A B L E
COTTON, CORN AND
PL ANT ATI
That well known and truly valuable Plantation
situated in Liberty county, Gik, forty milts from the
city orsuvaunah, five miles from Station No. 3, and
six miles from No. 4. on the Atlantic A Gulf Blilwav
known as the •• Waltfiour Homestead,” is now offer
ed for sale at a REDUCED PRICE, as the owner Is
engaged in incrcuntile life. It contains l.oQflacrcs
about €01 of which Is open, amr Is composed of lands
unsurpassed for productiveness, and Is a poftluii of
that justly celebrated hotly of land known as the
"Desert Tract,” which produces the flu#st descrip
tion of long cotton—equal to that raised on the sea
islands—corn, sugar caue, potatoes, and alt Ndbthern
products usually grown in its climate, produced
abundantly.. Iu contains about
10S^ Acres of Cltoico Rico Land.
The Improvements are those usually found on
first-class plantations. Accommodations for fifty
operatives. Cigkf two-story dwelling, kitchen, sia-
btes, &C., barus, rice house, cribs, Ac., Arc. Tliere is
a steam engine on the place that does not belong to
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer
In Fine Groceries, Boots ml Bfcoes, Clothing, For-
eign and Domestic Wines. Liquors and Began.
A'so, Skeban's Ctlehreted
In bottle and in wood.
it i°?. d0n “ d Dnb,in Brown 8tont . &**ch and Eng
Hah Alas, Ac.
Llberal deductions made to tbe trade.
1M BROUGHTON STREET. SAVANNAH,
and 02 Liberty street, N. Y.
fc. C. M ADE A CO.,
Savannah. Ga.,«r to
J. D. DKLAXNOT,
75 H T^c“ d ,hree ' qual ter bo “ 8 ’ pounds,
m ha T,“ d ec “ ree ' <lni ‘ rter buxeg ’ "odium, ponnds,
60,1 T r ob^ hre<M,Uttrter bOXes ’ Nav * PO^
.-Jl »?>[ »“'l three-quartur Imxes, in**, Tobacco
190 eighth box.-s Bright, half pounds, Tobacco
160 do do 9weet do
<•] Uf 1 0(l :
ORFF * WATKINS,
For sale by
Plantations on Ocinulgee
River, in Irwin Co.
A PLANTATION containing aNmt 2,000 acre*, *00
ot which is under good fence. Oil this place
there is a good Dwelling with outbuildiDgs.dlams,
Stables, new Gin House, and Packing Screw, with I
good quarters for ito hands, und one of the best
Wood Landings this side of Hawkinsville. A portion
of the land was planted in cornlast year aud yielded
*2o bushels to UlFjUutiE^ l
too head Cattle, -2oodo. Sheep and a large stock
of Llogs will be sold at the same lime, if desired.
a Plantation containing about
isno ncres, and possessing all the advantages of the
above one. For further particulars, apply to
I- J- GUILMaKTIN i CO.,
•' No. 148 Bay street.
HILTON k RANDELL,
193 Bay street.
AT JOHN C. SCHREINER & SONS’:
.J. R Thomae
I ’M Dying Ikr from those I love
Jost once rnre «• ..
Bride of the Wind *• *
Sparkling Schoitiaehe ... .Wymann
tl< £*3®. Music ordered by different por-
tiea during tbe past two weeks. m i»
tided on relit
ace Mr Xcwa
* -Mr s. '
,U! ~ Mr. be
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cd iu l»
He 0i!l ,
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rr <i flat J."
l ' ,1Uo ,u th® region of country
,M ^hingtou, is very remarkable
lUi negroes congregated here
“i'. -11. lent the country aud rob
■ w *»y of pleasant change
heginniug to b«i consid
“ ^riub near here, ulIcss sev
•oiiied to defend Lhciusclves.
„'' xhr ua > things arc further
■ 1*1 r iu stealing the farmers
“ •*-* or Uame-
(»i i rancn ii;.« ».
Hiucular mi permitted to
-i.Siy ■!‘ i r“° 0 r , : ou
“• UJ0 at Notrs
“"iium rTi , lll: wi 'h tho
lily n j ’
,,'‘‘"-■wiffi-undouft™ 1 !JMS
-n ' .. xnS.rr’".'," 1 Ar“
i' ll r thu currout of
w;i; 0 , ; e " l ;y ,,cca ,,f m ^isf
Ut.-.i , ,UJCI ,han ever. Ontha
'll'.-!, mI Jv - aite ’ 80 much “o.taS^ r
1 M.. . m: r .s.r f,No,re ^
Speaker «u , n tbe uii d , t
m, **u, - CQa .
' ”’’ 1 ! 1 wm, ,i 1 f“ Bt Multitude*, «v«n in
-if 1 • 11 ‘Uhlv ^““BOuism
ih«v,'7 d mdependent moraH-
kl-'i.io the w, -11 1 * 0 * ttlat without th. re
■ «”l. :nd..„d ufeum 1Pa V 6 0f PM«Mlllg
■ r *ttn« t | t 1 rotestant pastor ufflrma
iJ , tu ew ? rtby ’ be fuar -
,Ue bMtio Which heisws.
Ispltsry Measures in Augusta.
M.yor M»y of Augusta calls upon the people of that
city to “put their houses in order” in view of the ap
preh.nded approach of the cholera. All decaying and
decayed vegetable and animal afibstauces are to be re
moved from the premises of each citizen daily. Gen
Branuan has placed at the disposal ot Mayor May 1
number of wagons, with drivers, to facilitate the re
moral of the filth. We expect from the well-known
energy and active solicitude for the welfare of the city
of our worthy Mayor simitar precautionary measures
will be inaugurated here at an early day.
The Late Spanish Rebeluon.—General Prim, the
leader of the late unsuccessful Spanish revolution, has
issued a proclamation stating why his undertaking did
not succeed. He relied on several Spanish regiments,
and two only came to hiB help. ■ After waiting for ten
days near Madrid, expecting the supp rt of the other
troops, the government forces assembled in large
numbers, and he was compelled to withdraw to Por
tugal. General Prim says, however, that he is not
vanquished, and does not intend to give up the contest.
His address concludes thus: “Courage, Spaniards!
the day of redemption ia approaching. A single vic
tory will lead to our triumph Liberty, progress, and
ibe national sovereignty forever 1 ”
The Recent Seduction Tbaoedt.—Tlie grand jury
of Lawrence county, Ind., have found a true bill
against Dr. Benj. Newland lor the murder of Professor
Evans, the seducer of the former’s daughter. He was
admitted to $40,000 bail, aud his trial appointed.
Miss Newland ia eighteen years old, but it is alleged
that ah. was seduced fire years ago. The funeral of
Evans took place last Wednesday, and was attended by
his wife and about seventy-five persons. The greatest
excitement .till exists In tho county.
Republican Victoby in New ILampshtue.—A des
patch from Washington, March 14, states that Smyth,
Republican candidate, has been elected Governor of
New Hampshire by over five thousand majority.
Tlie Dry Goods Market.
We leurn from the special report of the New York
Dry Goods Market, that tlie market has been very dull,
with a heavy downward tendency, during the last
week. Holders of goods have been willing to make
largo concessions to effect sales, while buyers have
been very cautious, taking even small lots reluctantly.
The jobbere have been selling many kinds of dtp
goods below manufacturers' prices. For instance,
standard sheetings have been sold freely for 25 cents a
yard by the jobbers, though tbe agents hold them at
26 cents, and seem indisposed to takeoff anything
Retail prices have been reduced very much within the
week. Jobbers begin to think that the spring trado
is broken up past redemption, as the season is so far
advanced without any regular activity of ’ trade.
Heavy'importetions continue, aud foreign goode are
pressed on the market at auction. Ooitoh ban dt
dined heavily, -and the tendency of pAA's is still
heavily downward, as goods are accumulating on tbe
market. i-. _
Heavy Robbery.—The hugest robbery which has
probably ever been perpetrated in this country wne
committed in Exchange Place, New York, on Friday
night, 9th inat. The safe of Mr. Lord, a largp-broker
and real estate agent, was entered and bonds and
securities to the estimated amount of $1,5000,000
abstracted. A reward of $200,000 lias been offered lor
the apprehension of the robbers.
T HOSE very vabmble Lots situated On the corner
of West Broad and Zulily streets, designated by
me letters c, Fund Middle Oglethorpe Ward.—
fcacli Ltd lias a width of sixty-seven feet and ■-lx
inches, and is one hundred and eighty feet in depth,
making an area of two hundred and two and a half
lectlivAitie hundred and eighty. This would afford
abundant room for the erecliuti of a Hotel or exten
sive proportions, or for any kin'd'Aif manufactory.—
1-or any of which purposes tires0**11 its arc fligiblv sit
uated, being near to me Central Railroad Depot and
on one ol the principal streets of the city. The above
Lots may he tree led for at private sale separately or
together, and If not disposed of previously, will Ire
M?? r e d fii!? iD ° r «te Court House on
the first 1 LEsDAY in April next, by T. J. Walsh.
At which time and place will also he offered Lot
No. 3-, Franklin Ward, on Broughton street, and tlie
Island ol On-at Warsaw, containiug two thousand
^ Fc T. GIBSON, Executor,
ff.-cod of estate of Dr. C. P. Richardson.
Notice to Keepers of Bar-rooms
CITY OK SAVANNAH,
offick clekk of Council,
March 12th, 1666. ,
Attention is called to the following extract from
Ordinance passed in Council 12th October, 1826.
X XT It ACT.
Any person obtaining a license of Class No. 2, for
Retailing shah have plainly and distinctly painted
in letters not less than three inches in length over
the dour on tlie ontstde of the bouse or shop, where
in flit liquors arc sold; and fronting the street, lane 1
or square, the name of tlie person so-licensed to-
gi-tlierwith the words: “Licensed to Retail Spirit-
umis Liquors.” And every person violating this
section shall be fined for each week succeeding the
first ten days alter obtaining the license in a sum
not exceeding thirty dollars. 1
* ^ * v ♦ » »
On and after April 1st, 1866, the Police willbe la- I
strutted to report all violat ions of the above.
By order of
^ EIW. C. ANDERSON, Mayor.
Attest; Jas. STSwakt. Clerk of Council. ml2-10t.
j nr AXiti ITS BRAN
fl\j& 113 Congress
S T *?ffiis f °ffiR? rt *“ a deair * ble location. Enquire
1 1— m:sc
A GdOD and convenient Storehouse t or Rent
Apply at l9AUay streeL S-t? 1 ~
B Y a middle aged man, in a wholesale dry goods or
grocery store. Understands packing, marking
snipping and receiving goods. The very best of ref-
erences given. Apply at 207 Bay streeL
xebl9-r/. j j
W a S2S.* , aSt , !E5!S?S!Sr!Si"“
For Sale on th© Wharf.
CVatnZl landing from
27th - tor a gentleman and his
AJ -wife—In a private family, where there are no
other boarders preferred.
Address C. L. P., Lock Box 132. m c
The V ernon House
A TRACT of Laud, three liuudrcd and thirty acres
•CA. of first quality pine land, (ring tn Liberty I
f“ u °V> “/' ar I he Wnlthourvllle Station of the Allan*
tic * Gull Road, i'lie said land can be boueht for
' 1 " l , lars 1,cr aire - There is fifty acres cleared
and under a gootl new fence ; some houses on the
place. Fur information, apply to the undersigned
nhu Uvi s on the place, within three miles ol station
No. 4, \\ aUlnini ville.
m3 ,m IV. II. BACfVN.
OPENED TO VISITORS.
Confiumations.—Samuel A. Pan cost, John C Baler,
aud Thomas P. Robb, have been confirmed as Direct
Tax Commissioners for the State of Georgia.
MURE ROST OFFICES RE-OPENED.
Special Agent A. L. Harris has furnished us uith
the following additional list of Post Offices re-openod
in Georgia and the Postmasters appointed for the
Fust Offices. County Post holster
sueed T.ee Mrs. A. V. Callaway.
Cedar Grove... .Walker Mrr. H. Gray.
Etowah Bartow Elijah Spngg.
Saudersville... .Washington .... Mrs.LvdiaM.PoufULll
Clarksville Habersham Jno. It. Stanford.
Homer Banks Wm. Turk.
Middle River.. .Franklin Wm. Martin.
Stockton Clinch Samuel Steelo.
Lafayette Walker Kob't P. Dickensdn.
Hidwassee Towns Wm. T. Crane. ~
Jacksonville... .Telfair Jno. McDearmid.
Villa Rica Carroll „Soabon M. Noland.
Hinesville Liberty Mrs. Caroline Alien
McIntosh Liberty . .. Simon A. Frazer.
Loganvilie Walton Egbert W. Brawl.
Cross ville Lumpkin Miss Nettia Sandior.j
A LI f havl,1 e demands against the steamer
FOREST CITY, formerly the steamer Savannah
aud steamer Btandisli up to the 10th ln»t., are re
quested to present their bills, properly approved, to
the undersigned previous lo tlie 20th inat.. otherwise
payment will be debarred.
CLAGHDRN A CUNNINGHAM,
^ ^ “ Mrals furnished to parties at short notice,
I boats for fisblng or Sailing. ml3-tf
TfTB respectfully invite our old friends and the
II traveling public to give us a call. Our house
is located In the heart of trade, and convenient to the
<le P° ta - [fSAm] JONES A RICE.
HENRY N. HOOPER & CO.,
—— 9 Bwtaa, Mao.
PACKER AND RE-PACKER OP COTTON,
Wool, Hides, Raffs, Junks, etc.,
I N ,^ order ' at Tqot ot Jeflfewon st.
100 CA b* S ° f tW * celebrat£d Whisky. For sale
MACKY, BEATTIE & Co.,
90S ami 206 Bay street.
- — ■ -— — —uaj nil iy
25 CTRKIN8 Extr « Leif Lard
,.f. ■ gmakmcb L. COl
i oo < h5 8 oS^si' ir^ irticie 10 Qreen
In store and for sale by
12 CHAS. ii. COLBY k CO.
TO ALL WANTING FURNITURE SCREVEN HOUSE.
Honix Panic xn Canada.—A Toronto despatch of
the 14th says that the Fenian furore was unabated.
There exista throughout the Province great panic in
monetary affairs, and, consequently, a run on the
banks. The government has come to the aasistence of
the banks with specie. *
Eclipse of the Moon.—An eclipse of the moon
will take place on the 30th and 31st of this mouth.
The beginning of the eclipse will bo at 9.30 in the eve
ning ; beginning of the total phase, 10.37; middle of
the total phase, 11.27; end of tho total phase, 31st
March, 12.16 a. m.; end of thu eclipse, 1.23 a. nt.;
duration of the total ecUpsc, ono hour amj thir
ty-nine minutes; duration of the whole eclipse,
three hours and fifty-two minutes. The phenomenon
of a total eclipse occurs so seldom we hope Uio night
of the 30th will be clear, in order that tho event may
How England Tbeats the Fenian Convicts.—A
otter from Dublin has tho following in reference to
tbe convicted Fenians:
When O’Donovan and his five companions were
taken from tbe Mountjoy penitentiary in this city,
where they had been confined since their conviction
for transmission to Kingstown, aud there to be put
aboard a steamer for conveyance to England, they
were honored by an escort of a troop of dragoons tin-
whole of the way; but they were chained three and
three to each other. They had chains on their ancles
and around their waists, and iron wristlets. These
badges or symbols of degradation, together with the
gray convict dress, skull-cap, shaven heads and faces,
gave them a most l&meutabls appearance.
—At a recent bal masque at the Tnitleries, the most
spleudid figure of all the briUiant procession was that
of “America.” America was represented by Miss
Carter in emblematic costume, reclining in the ham
mock borne between two palmetto trees, and followed
by a long train of fair Americans attired in every va
riety of native costume.
Jasper Pickens Lovi W. Hall. I
Morgantown.... Fannin Jno. T. Johnson. ■
Centre Village .Camden.. R. A. Baker.
Temperance... .Telfair Thomas Fussell.
Statesville Echols Titos. B. Clayton.
Bull Creek, Tatuall W. T. Morgan
Long Branch.. .Tatnall M. J. Moodv.
Bold Spring... Jrauklin Nathan (imuelR
Trader's HtU.. .Charlton F. M. Smith. ■
Byron Houston Thomas B. Goff.
Weeverly HaU. .Harris Jno. G. Edwards.
Sylvan ia Scriven Geo. C. Dickinson.
Pardoes Houston Jno. Churchwell.
Blairsville Union W. J. Can ley.
YVaresborougli.. Ware. ., Jesse E. Butler.
Thompson Columbia. Richard W. Neal.
Pomersvillc. ...Houston Mrs. E. Warren.
Yarnell’s Station Whitfield L. N. Speer*
Scarborough. . Scriven Wm. Wright
Red Clay Whitfield. It. W. Weathorbv.
Lumpkin Stewart Tho*. Yarbrough.
Survawooahee. .Clinch .Stephen Ligctsy.
Sparta Hancock J as. II. Burnett.
Riceburo Liberty Fred. R. Lyon.
Spring Place... Murray Win. Anderson..
History or Anijersonville—Mr. Ambrose Spen
cer, of Americas, Georgia, bas prefiared a history of
Andersonville, taken from the evidence elicited on the
trial of Henry Wirtz, the jailor, together with personal
recollections aud experiences afforded by Mr. Silen
cer’s near residence to the prison.' in preparing this
volume Mr. Spencer has had access lo all the official
papers iu the Bureau oi-Military Justice, aud every
facility he required, in the War Drpartnient, to make
his work tlie most authentic history of Ilia suBcriugs
of our soldiers in the prison peu ruled by YVirtz. Tito
book will make a volume of about four hundred pages,
aud will have numerous illustrations, from photo
graphs, and from drawings by the prisoners.
Outrageous Conduct of the Negro Troops in
Galveston.—Tlie Galveston (Texas) Bulletin of tho
2uth ult. says :
” During the latter part of tho lust week we heard
many complaints made by citizens of the disorderly
conduct of negro soldiers. Tlie wives of several citi
zens were insulted, and a good deal of alarm existed
among those who were compelled to be jmt alter
nightfall. On Saturday evening thesebutfagi*
reached their climax, stimulated, no doubt, by tin-
terrible homicide of that day. During Saturday and
Sunday a reign of terror held sway over our city,
which lias not yet wholly subsided. YVo have heard
of twelve or 111 teen of these outrages which took place
on Saturday night, iu about ten of which 'firearms
were used, and in one case with serious and perhaps
mortal effect. ”
ST. DOMINGO BITTERS.
ST, DOMINGO BITTERS.
ST. DOMINGO BITTERS.
One of the most valuable combinations of a useful
medicine and an agreeable beverage that has ever
been oflered to tbe public. Millions of bottles were
sold throughout the North during the last four years
and, wherever introduced. It has proven a welcome
addition to the invalid's table, tbe family circle, and
t he batehelor’s sideboard,
LADIES who have lost strength and appetite, and
suffer fir.m imn«ei, vonntting and. vertigo
GENTLEMEN who “don’t feel very well” just before
breakfast or dinner, whose stomach Is out ol order
ami pystom is generally deranged—
MOTHERS weaning children, and suffering from
CHILDREN of a sickly nature, and snnr, dyspeptic
TRAVELERS who have occasion to change their
ALL who live in malarious districts, and are subject
ed to miasmatic Influences, will find one of Ihe
most, valuable Tonics aud Invlgorafors that can
be taken, in
RUSS’ ST. DOMINGO BITTERS.
. jAi is y • ■ f
a <e V £ J S'
TRY TnKM BUT ONCE.
I am opening for the inspection of the pnbllc,
a fine stock of
CABINET FURNITURE, CHAIRS, MAT
TRESSES, &*, 4c.,
To which the attention of all U invited.
i . »« eroom8 ’ 178 BROUGHTON STREET, Sher
lock s old Dry Goods Store.
f,6 - ,f L. B. HARRINTON.
. This fltat clias Hotel having been renovated and
newly furnished, le now open for the reception of the
House Wanted. I exchange hotel.
TffTANTKD TO RENT, a House iu the city, suitable
TV for a large family.
Apply at this office.
Book-Keeper and Clerk Wanted
W ANTED, a Young Man. a resident of Savannah,
to act as a Book-Keeper and Clerk.
Address “Book-Keeper and Clerk," Savannah Post
ullll ’ e - miotf
B OARD for a gentleman and wire. Front room
By consent ol Col. John Screven, the name of this
Hotel Is this day changed to its former name, “THE
SCREVEN HOUSE. G. M. MoGINLY,
nt ' ln ’Proprietor.
EXCHANGE HOTEL BAR. -
° p * n M *fter March 6th, 1866, LUNCH will be
•erred dally from 11 to 1 o’clock.
10 OCTATES185S - float bond, for sale by
\ MACKY;BBATTIE A CO? 1
■ t*n SOS and 206 Bay street.
PER STEAMSHIP CUMBRIA,
Fordyce, Anderson & Janney,
10 Stoddard’s Range, up stairs.
Address “C. L. P.,’’ Lock Box. 132.
-A-t Home Again.
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
|RIDDELL A RUGG, Piofiiitoii
a. r. auee.
a. s. BIDDXLL.
T HOMAS F.RTEVENS has just arrived with a fine
lot of MULES, which lie is now offering at fair
I P rl l :L ’ H ’ at B A ^ BUTLER’S stables. Whitaker street,
| In front of the Arsenal.
Let those wanting go^Lstock call soon.
ml4-lm. THOS. F. STEVENS,
in case or my absence from the city, Mr. John H
| Dews will attend to rayj)tt»mesn. t. F. s.
Of Savannah, (
_ YV- Bill,
Of Jefferson Co., Fla.
too b arrels potatoes
50 BARRELS ONIONS,
50 TIERCES SHOULDERS AND SIDES
Landing per Cumbria and for sale by
m13 MACKY, BBACTIE A CO,
JNVOICE of Harper* Co., for sale by
MACKY, BEATTIE k CCL
120 20« and <06 Bay sweet.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
T n®■'ARBSTOWN, about two hundred
and fifty tons burtlien.
. mlg-tf MILLER. THOMAS * CO.
pHOpES’ SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIMB—the
JLli Standard Manure.
MILLER, THOMAS * CO.
[RUSS’ t ST. DOMINGO PUNCH.
RUSS’ ARRACK PUNCH,
MADE FROM BATAVIA RICE.
RUS.S’ MESSINA PUNCH,
RUSS’ GIN COCKTAIL,
i RUSS’ BRANDY COCKTAIL.
RUSS’ BOURBON WHISKEY COCKTAIL
The most delightful concoctions that ever tempted
man’a taste—cheaper than any STEADY DRINKS in
I A SUPERIOR FERTILIZER, veil adapted to the
dk production of cotton, eorirntra*., potatoes, *u„
highly recommended by the best agricultural au
thorities as a certain and speedy fertilizer.
RLE, WHITNEY A CO., sole Agents,
ml4-2w No. 4 Harris Range, Bay street.
BLAIR & BICKFORD,
S LUMBER MANUFACTURERS, AND
DEALERS IN TIMBER AND LUM
BER OF EVERY DESCRIP
| DOORS, SASH, A IV O BLINDS
Mill and Lumber Yard on Canal, near Bryan street
Office 180 Ray street,
J 128 -^ ' Savannah, Ua.
a. dutenhofer & CO.,
r:i . AM
Bay Street, Savannah, Ga.
Prompt attention given to Uie purchase, sate and
shipment or cotton, lumber and country pro
duce generally. Consignments solicited,
on which literal adnvtees
will be made.
Brigham, Baldwin & Co., Savannah : Hiram Rob
ertt. Savannah ; J. H. Zeilia A Co., Macou, Ga.; Dr.
S’ L ^}- BevCoL. Augusta; JamesM. Ball,
“*T • Atlanta, Ga.; Willis Chisholm, Atlanta, Ga. •
C. L Robinson, Jacksonville, Fla.; F. Dibble, Jack-
sonville, Fla ; Col. W. L. Bailey, Jefferson county,
Fta.; D. H. Baldwin A Co., New York; Bearden <fc
Co., New York. Warren Mitchell, Esq., Louisville
Kentucky. jjj ’
The Cause of Fever akd Ague.—In the January
number of the American Journal of Medical Science
there is a moat valuable discovery announced by Dr.
J. H. Salisbury. He bas satisfied himself that thu real
cause ol fever and agne, in what are called malarious
districts, is to be traced to a plant called the " Aqua
Falmella," cue of the low-est knowu forms of vegeta
ble organism. The spores and obloug cells of tfibi
plant are, it seems, elevated by the exhalations rising
up from the heated earth in the night, when Are Atmos
phere has become cooler. The breathing in of these
spores is said to bo the cause of the fever and ague.
Indeed, it would seem that they possess a powerful
medical effect, useful to tome-constitutions predis
posed to consumption, for instauce—yet destructive
to others, through the levers produced. It is gup-
posed that, by proper arrangements, the knowledge of
these facts wifi lead to the extirpation of the plants iu
many regions, and a more proper treatment oi the
disease. It will thus tend to render places habitable
by white men, where before they could not sabaisL—
' l *
Also on hand and manufactured to order
RjJSS & CO., No. 34 Dey street,
-T- New York.
Sold Wholesale by
AV. M. WALSH, Wholesale Druggist
HALSEY, WATSON & CO., Grocers,
a saoKTBiwSie'* and r, Vf WBrbanks’ Plat
il. form and Counter Scales, which for accuracy
neatness and dnnlbllity cannot be snrpaaaed. Also,
best Frames, Beams, Hooks, Ac., for weighing Cot
ton. For sale by
BOUSE k BHYANT,
19* Bay street.
QBA BARRELS choice Plnkcve Potatoes
lb.000 ponnds Bacon Mi)os
2,000 pmuitls choice Breakfast Bacon
Prime Yellow Goshen Bntier
„„ „ R BALFOItE,
tfit’ C 151 Broughton street.
A N OVERSEER for a Rice Plantation on Ssvinoali
lX Back River, who cau come well recommended.
Api>ly at this office ml7-4*
~~iT W. STEELE,
(Late Steele A Burbank,)
IX Merchants’ Row, Ililten Head,So. Ca.
And cornerKingand oeorge Sts., charleston,
P.ALL8 the attention of Wholesale and Be tall Por-
V 1 ehasers to hig superior stock of
Military and Naval Clothing,
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Jewelry and Fisted
Ware, Swords, Sashes, Belts, Embroideries, Boots,
Caps, Field GUms, Gauntlets, Gloves, As,, Ac.
Corn and Oats.
I fVYA BUSHELS White and Black Oats;
•UUU *.ooo bushels White and Yellow Corn, la
i sacks. Landing and for sale by I
* frt KDWIM *. HERTZ * CO.
|»V^ B p“r’} N -York
Bennett, Van Pelt & Co.,
TH* SAL* OF
■•TIM TIIAeCI, RAVAL STIIES, IT*.,
FOB THK PURCHASE AND SALE OF STATE AND
1 ~ : OTHER STOCKS,
33 Whitehall 8t, New York.
, We have associated with ns Mr. D. W. Cubtis, late
Public Treasurer for North Carolina. nMa
EMPORIUM OF - FASHION,
TUBS. R. L. LOUIS respectfully Informs the citi-
r ui i 8 o79av “nnaJ» that she has opened a branch
of Mdme Demoreat’s Mode of Fashions, of New
York, and is ready to receive orders for all kinds of
work for ladies and children. She »iao keens on
P a ™ , . f !?' at ? 8t styfoa of patterns of every descrip-
uon. All kinds of ornamental needlework, such aa
Braiding, Embroidering, Stamping, Fluting, At. will
be done at short notice. ■ »■“'->
She also keeps on band a handsome assortment of
Dress and Cloak Trimmings, Embroidery, Silk'and
Braid, Cottons, Stamped Yolkes and Bauds. n»n
see|for,ourself, at No. 181 CONGRESS STREET, up
*^J» aa W* B»*« aad Cloak Making.
J Ost.A. ROBERTS,
(Late of Columbus, Ga.,)
General Commission Merchant,
Office with Mean* Tenge A Nixon, fiij at.,
. liberal advances made on cotton, wool, lum
ber and other Sodrhern products. m9-Im*
, GEO. H. ARLEDGE,
SHIP CHANDLER, GROCER
Comaalsslom sad Fsrwanllag Merchant,
72 BAY STREET. SAVANNAH.
A, 8. Hartridge,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
98 BAY STREET,
In turns to suit purchasers, by
B. F.METCALFE A CO.
Notice to Wharf Owners.
O WNERS of Wharf Property are hereby notified
that they can obtain and for filling, at the foot
of Abercorn street, by hauling Ibe same.
JOHN & HOGG,
“ ,6 . ..... :,ii, tatySurveyor.
Forwariling and Commission Mercbaot
No. 188 Bay Street,
5.000 ^“mK e s'Sfei^ reand ror
ml4 ~ 6 QURRARD A FERRILL.
BOILER FOR SALEr
(^NE Locomotive Style,18 f^t long (foe box 5 feet
v* deep), suitable for steaaibost or
PWPOM, never befon used. ... ^
. OfieLow preaure steamboatBofler. between Wand
«p,Imi*^ power, recently thoroughly repaired, and
Boiler, M feet long, 90 Inc ha diam-
wlll last for yrera.
One CyHader Bod
FLOUR AND HOMINY.
, ^ and Yellow Meal
Ia store and for sale by
RANDXLL A CCL,
m«-l* Corner Bay and Barnard streets.