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fKO! ,I WASHINGTON.
utly and promptly done.
a |ui i» and I lie Reconstruct-
. ^(art'll 19 In the Senate to-day, Mr
sB " ms,i... if vie wed the letter of Governor
uJt U ol ai«* llu
N^.rtii i aroliua, published ill the National
r \?hi* li lie Haul wan written to show that
\ r »r'ii- , i tin* Reconstruction Committee
Fasseyden did not regard the
in the lijjlit of criminals on
in the capacity of prosecutor,
trahaiu desired to introduce further
,i, , i-.- ot North Carolina, he could
,. at Jotiini» rU " 1 Mr
d th** vote by which the Loan
committed it fo the Commit-
„ Wav* anJ Mean-
I.alrsl Foreign Markets.
. h i- Liverpool dates of the 7th
, 0l r4 »tton m the Liverpool market for the
v-i t a.jieil hales, 7,000 of which were to
MnldhiiK uplands are quoted at
ie market dosiuj,' firm.
• siak?i- -'■'* T'l itTG 1 .,. Consols
Mar*'!* 1». By another arrival Livar-
lur the week were 74,000 bales, of
whn-h uoOhah-rt w. r.- to speculators aud exporters,
ol .\ni« ru aiis are unchanged. Egyptian
, j.ivaiu-. ! a half penny to on* penny.
, flvc-twcutieii were quoted a 70^# to 70. 1 *. Con-
-c * to W.4 •
\tw \orh Cotton Market.
New York, March P* —The cotton market closed
today with a declmir
S.iHie bales at 41«
Gold is quoted at 1J!
tendency. Sales of the day
The Trial of Scmmes.
ILc Wasliii:,: National Republican ol the 12th says-
•We an- authorized to say that there is no truth in
tin itatnuent that the Navy Department has deter
mined uot to try the rebel pirate Semmea.
Reports ot tin r .anization of Fenians into regi-
uu- and ilii transit r of large quantities of arms and
uunumtion tnn rtaiu points on the frontier, are pre-
nkBtm tin- m u.:!s of New York city. It is stated
mu L man arsenal has been quietly established at
TL New York Tin
caved that the plant*:
ato great coiisternati
| die Home Governn.«.i
ave Africans in
I iboold be immediate!
| put at Havana. This
j* says news from Havana 1s re-
b t-f the island have been thrown
!i by the issue of a decroo from
t directing that the emanetpados
Id as slaves on tin* plantations
brought to the Government de-
sudden withdrawal of so many
Linds, it was feared, would materially affect the agri-
altunil liiterei-t.s. The above decree was issued in
fooler last, but ith publication has been delayed by
SttJtvr W:i-i..ii ..I Massachusetts very honestly ad-
m reply t.. a. question, that the abolitional cou-
WuUunal itiiienduieiit ratified by the States does not
• nfcrupun i i ugrcKs the power to impose negro suf-
[ upon any state in the Union. He says if it had
Mild not have been udopted by Congress and rati-
| W by the people.
)y the way of Havana later news from Mexico is
| tw:*rJ. i ijj. ,zon had landed at All&ta, in Quadda-
N’l with a staff of American officors and arms pur-
ebsri at San Francisco. He is reported to have
WdCorba, and their united forces were carrying o n
|iit!iti -v in Mazetton. About the 10th of February
force look possession of the city of Tlasqala,
•Cr prisoneas the garrison and the military com-
|*ud»ut, and securing $8,000 belonging to the Im-
Ijeil railroad company.
1st Nlw Hampshire Election.—The New York
I Tit* claims that the result of the recent eloction in
t< m N. w Hampshire for Governor is a triumph
I party—that whieh sustains the President
| fcd hit; hey. it says: “ We congratulate tho sound
kticm I'niou men of the Granite State upon
I bur ttradfiistiieHg to taith and principle. Their ex-
*ill stimulate our friends in Connecticut to re-
I ^-GtM rti..;h, aud wo shall continue to hope for
I ^bliy gratifying results in that State next week.”
M " a a special <
I Wniive arrai
I ,u Mfflitrn cca
***'. «id, doijl
. 4s ^hi\si
I ** p Lh number.
felera CJ . btm
‘*P»rate a oVcr
the Southfen Coast.—A Washing-
New Y’ork Times sayi the Commis-
.b has received important information
lit i i the Department, now visiting
Georgia and Florida, to the effect that
. iiienta are being, made, mostly by
hlo« kade-running during the late war,
ito th*-ports along the coast. The
ts and rivers along that portion of
indicated, afford tempting oppur-
tio have made themselves familiar
\ easels have been prepared at
tally for this illegal business. But
awake to the importance of the
''S. the law-breakers there will, as
‘ auuda frontier, come to grief.
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1 1 1 “I.icaxion.—Mr. De Bow, in the
t l .s Review, gives notice that he will
" i k entitled “ The Southern Con-
an ’-xposition of the arguments and
*| ii by southern leaders to establish
uu ‘ cUt - ali d showing the gradual for-
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Wednesday March 14th, 1866.
The Radicals are jubilant over tho result of the New
Hampshire election. They say this is the first voice
from the people, and shows how emphatically they
will condemn tho President. But nothing else could
have boen expected. The President cannot put forth
his full strength until he surrounds himself by men
who earnestly sympathise with his policy, aud who
put the Executive government with all its power and
patronage on the side of the Presidout If; as the
Radicals confidently anticipate the Connecticut elec -
tions go in their favor, you may look for the ‘Central
Directory ” to take a more aggressive attitude against
the President. They are only biding their time.
There is a very great uneasiness among some of the
magnates of the Radical party, that in some way or
other, and at some time by fair means or by foul, the
southern people or some portion of them will be paid
for tbeir emancipated slaves. Heuce, consequently
the necessity of an amendment of the constitution on
this point is constantly thrown out. Yesterday the
idea was embodied in one of Senator Lane’s proposed
amendments to the constitution. Mr. Lane only pro
posed five amendments at once. This is modest on
his part. If every member thus restricted himself
the number of amendments would not be much over
one thousand. As regards a general payment for
emancipated slaves, it is hardly to be considered with
in the limits of possibility. But if ever reason and
justice resume their sway in this country, there
are some persons whom* right to be paid
for their slaves will bo very strong. Take the case of
minors who had no complicity with the war, or Union
ists, or unmarried women. It will be very difficult, un
der that clause of the Constitution which provides
“that private property shall not be taken for public
use except in just compensation,” to refuse to con
sider the claims of the above-named classes of per
The rejection of the bill for the admission of Col
orado in the Senate, created some surprise. It is
true, the mere bandfull of men there did not warrant
the existence and great franchise of a State, but Con
gress has been so much in the habit of admitting these
“half-finished ’* States, “sent before their time into
this breathing world,” that it was supposed the same
policy would be carried out now. But Colorado had
placed an obstacle in her own path, by restricting the.
right of suffrage to *• whit,c citizens.” This horrible
word “ white ” was a crime of such deep dye that it
could not be forgiven. Mr. Sumner said, in making
this distinction, “they had fallen more in xolitical
standing than they had fallen off' in population.”
The bill to seeure civil rights to all persons, as it
passed the House yesterday, undertakes to define what
it means, as follows: All persons born in the United
.States, without regard to color, arc declared citi-
zents; “ shall have the same l ight to make and enforce
contracts, to aue, be parties and give evidence, to in
herit, purgiaae, leaee, sell anTT convey real aud per
sonal property, and to have as full and equal benefit
of all laws and proceedings for tin* security of persons
and property, as is enjoyed by white citizens,” and
Splendid Strategy on tlie part of John
The N. Y\ World of the 14th says : “ The following
comes to us from the Fenian headquarters in Union
square.” The other NewTork papers treat the thin£
as a canard.
TILE FJJM UXli
‘•It lias I icon reliably ascertained that the military ex
citement now going on in Canada is the result of «h
rect special commands from the Crown of Great
Britain, for the purpose of diverting the attention of
'the Fenian Brotherhood from Ireland, as the grand obe
jeotive point, aud to precipitate a union ot the provin
ces, with Prince Allred on an American throne. Tint
agents of England are now here LADEN WITH GOLD;
to carry out this plan, but they have been FOILED by
the detective system of the Fenian Brotherhood,
which ramifies society in tliia country even to the tav
hies of Sir Edwurd Brace, at Washington, and the ad
edited Governor-General of the Canadas. Furthei;
particulars of these astounding developments will li<*
given to the public immediately. The bearer ol dis
patches from the Queen of England, aud who carried
the orders above referred to, is a Fenian arid now in
The Koxbnry Tragedy.
The Boston papers contain the following Jtemaofj
interest concerning the supposed murder of the Joyce
children, the particulars of the remarkable detectibn
of whom we have already given:
“ We learn that the adopted parents of Dod£e, alias
• Scratch Gravel, 1 feel satisfied that he is the murderer
of the two Joyce children. While he resided at Ham
ilton, in this State, he was always regarded as a vicious
boy, and was in the habit ot carrying a revolver and
dirk knife, and when quite young rather inclined to he
•• Yesterday ink and paper were furnished him to
prepare a statement of his whereabouts during the
mouths of May and June last, hut he refused to do so.
aud they were taken away from him.
‘•This morning he remarked, poiuthjjg-to his food,
that he bad no* eaten anything or slept Spr three .lays,
and it is known-that h ohasnovvateir, foil the food that
has been given to him remained in a similar condition
as when placed in liis cell. ‘ He knows the' nature of
the suspicious against him, and told Mr. Haynes that if
he could have •• fair play ” he would establish his in
This morning he made another important admis
sion. He told Hr. Haynes that hn could not tell him
where he was in Rdxbury, but if they would 1st him
out he would go with the officers aud point out the
• The warden this morning received letters from sev
eral parties in West Uoxhury, stating that on the day
the murders were committed, ~tlieir daughters were
followed by a man in that vicinity, and the young
ladies are confident that they can identify* the person
again. They are to visit the prison for that purpose.
“At the interview this morning Dodge told Mr.
Haynes that the blacksmith could not identify a certain
article that he had on when he was said to have been
in his company at Roxbury, and upon enquiry as to
who had made any statement that he could. Dodge Re
plied that the deputy warden had so informed him.
V..11 .r„. i , - * ,, - . .* pneu Luai iuc uepuiy warueu uau so linorzj
„ 1 This is a falsehood, for the latter has held
thau white people; aud any one wbo .shall
fringe any of these rights shall be subject to fine of
one thousand dollars aud twelve mouths imprison
ment, with Anal appeal in ail cases to the Supreme
Court of the United sutC9. Thus act not to affect the
right of suffrage. If this bill becomes a law it will
be the most important bill that has ever passed Con
gress, so far as the internal affairs of the States are
concerned. While it nominally applies to the whole
United 9tates, yet practically it finds subjects for its
operation almost exclusively in the southern States.
One great resource of the Radical press is to publish
letters or pretended letters from the south, giving ac
counts of the barbarous manner in which the negroes
are treated. These letters are frequenly written by,or pro
less tobewritten by agents or officers of the Freedinen’s
Bureau. In almost every issue of the lcadiug Radical
papers one or more of these letters may be found.
It would seem the officers of the Freedmen'e Bureau
do very' little else than write letters. These let
ters must in the main be false, and yet they do im
mense harm. They are gradually poisoning the
northern mind. If possible some remedy should be
The President was in fine spirits at the ball lsst
night. The attendance of members of Congress is
much le93 than it used to be. The President has a
faith in the people doing right. Other persons how
ever,are not so sanguine. The people generally mean
well, but they are constantly subject to impoBition,
and aro always in a greater or loss degree under the
influence of prejudice or passion.
8 writers in
•wUest .;* V|
0ctt,u '-Ivan* U1 :
"mil/ statistical and other doeu-
»y as it existed, the slave trade,
ml pursuits, agriculture, lands,
s etc -; "ith steel portraits of
111 terest of the movement, from
republic.*' It is to be in three
hundred pages each. The
the 11 a l umpact f‘>rm,’all the material
^▼hichfcare L. v °lnmes of De Bow's Re-
c * the recent * ^ published; showing the grounds
ti t £ ; Kat L JUtlia - A fourth volume will be
has been < M8ol thb War > for which the ma-
^ extc nutd ^ Ir De **°' v in * orm °f
A Whole r " ——-
: Uit h Lis
O too !1W
* can learn, the cir-
i m * thal the Island
■>-. Olid HOD Vile l^r-
"‘‘"I- Another mnn, by ““H
cftuH Hor have'm he doe* not ap-
Ort 6 f l toot eUHued^hnt rh 1 ! 8 e ‘pwtieuliirB
I J **st \r j. ^ the result is tracical tn
and win ,S ^ ^ mounded. Bourg has
10.^3* to-tti. t (’unit J course b* held for trikl be-
I «n v>Ia Loui 1—tli»t le, if we ever have «iy
1 of England
*>J«ifa?* e '•oeuior that rerc “i>« «t th, of-
hkq J "as profit t» ^4.000,000, of which
C «9.'4B iLe ^timber
111 London of th<; “"
number of letters deliv-
— The old lighthouses on the southern coast will
soon be in operation again. The Board has already
— In the Wisconsin House of Representatives, on
the 14th, a resolution was introducad asking for a
speedy trial of Jeff. Davis, and for his execution, if
— City Point, Virginia, has been broken up as a
military post, because' of the prevalence of smallpox
among the negro troopB. An army of traders, who
had settled there in temporary shanties, hoping for
great profit from the soldiers, were the most bitterly
disappointed by the order to evacuate.
— Commissioner Sargent, ol the Customs Bureau,
is informed that tho late blockade runners contem
plate going into the smuggling business, and that
thirty-five vessels have been fitted out for that pur
pose. It is expected that they will attempt to laud
goods on the Florida coaet. Measures will be taken
to prevent their operations.
— An attempt at the assassination of the Emperor
Maximilian is reported in a recent letter from the city
— Archbishop Spaulding, of Baltimore, has received
letters from the Pope of Rome appointing him Apos
tolic Delegate, with authority to convene a plenary
council of all Archbishops and Bi^iops.in the United
States during the the present year, and to preside
over them. The council, it is thought, will be assem
bled some time in September or October.
— The fortifications on the “Battery” at Charleton
are being levelled for a promenade ground.
— Another consignment of salmon and trout ova is
being shipped from London to Australia. The quan
tity is about one hundred thousand salmon ova, sev
eral thousand trout ova, beside* eliarr smd Salmon
— The tenth thousand of Whittier's poem, * $now
Bound/' has gone to press already. It is quoted
everywhere, and takes its place at once among the
household treasures of America.
— English gunboats have beou ordered to the fish
ing grounds in view of the abrogation of the recipro
— A lady fjfom the West reached Speaioe*port on
Tuesday evening, on a visit to her mother. She had
her infant with her, and on meeting her mother sho
joyfully disrobed her infant of the shawl in which it
was wrapped, and found it dead. It had been suffo
— Henry Ward Beecher, it is reported, has received
a call from a congregation in New York city, who offer
to raise $180,000 for the purpose of Hotting up a taber
nacle and parsonage for him in that city, it is thought
he will not accept, being too closely wedded to
•— A desperate conflict took place a few days ago on
a plantation in Steward county Georgia, during which
thr#o whites and seven negroes were killed and a num
ber of others injured.
— A doctor in Pittsfield, Mass., was called to attend
Mrs. E. Blanche, whose shoulder was dislocated. He
treated her for a broken arm, aud has been mulcted in
$3,000 for malpractice.
— At Marion, Ky., recently, the* punishment of a
boy in school, where they ‘ 'teach the young idea how
to shoot,” gave rise to a fight, in which sixty pupils
took part for and against the teacher. One pupil was
shot, and the teacher was severely stabbed.
— The President has pardoned 1,413 individuals be
longing in Alabama since tlie publication of the am
nesty proclamation under the $20,000 clause.
— Wm. H. Harrison, alios Harris, alias Tax, who has
spent ten years in prison, for the criino of incest, at
tempted to ravish, and when he failed in his efforts, to
shoot, a married daughter, at Shrewsbury, Mass., last
week*. He has been arrested. The brute is about
fifty-three years of age.
— It is said that Gen. Lee has made a contract with
C. B. Richardson of .New York, for the publication of
his history of the rebellion.
— Six hundred and eighty-one books were published
In this country during the last six months ol 1865, of
which 100 weW reprints, and threegfourths pamphlets,
excluded from'literature proper. "/The number pub
lished in EnglmtiH during the same time av^s 2,500.
— It is stated that the bonds of the Mahoney Irish
Republic are being extensively counterfeited.
— The Legislature of North Carolina adjourned iine
(lie, qo the 14th. The bill allowing negroes tor lostity
in certain cases was passed.
— A special from Albany to the New York papers
aay« that ft is probable that Gov. Kenton will pardon
; A couhtrytnan who was charged with ten gallons
of whiskey which a grocer put in un eight gallon keg,
said “be didn't mind the money overcharged so
mneh asfiedid the strain on the keg.
— A yenmg U&y refused to go into the Woolwich
Arsenal the nth«r day because she heard that some of
the muaketk were without broochii*. . ,
t'i etetueot Hscry Oley fc newly oompletej.
*3 zuaried jahn ahe.M ehot liie vj/e in New
York' la* war Hri w« pnttiieff, turned and allot
himself dead. His wife will recover.
— Resolutions have been introduced in fjte $!*•«*-
cliusetts Legislature, denouncing the attack df the
President upon Senator Sumner as an insult to the
Commoirirealth and as unjust as it waa undignified,
and Characterizing those who applauded the speech
and sentiments as traitorously plotting to plant the
standard of treason in the,National capital, f
sation with him in regard to^t* * i ^ ~ IT; •
“The warden states tjiat no one can talk wlfli bodge
fifteen minutes without feeling satisfied that he is ^iio
murderer of the Joyice children. His answers to
questions are evasive, he exhibits considerable excite
ment and docs not wish to talk about the matter..
“He still feels confident that Dodge will finallylaiake
a confession. Dodge, however, persists in fetating
that “if there is a God the guilty man will be Brought
to justice and clear me.”
“When the examination of tlie bodies was made.
Dr. Allen gave it as his opinion that the wonnds must
have been inflioted with a dirk having a blade of eight
or nine inches, aud this answers to the description of
the one found on the person of Dodge.
* Tlie Civil Rights Bill us Passed.
The Civil Rights bill was again reported from tho
Judiciary Committee in the House' on Tuesday last*
with most of its objectionable features stricken out.
That part of the first section asserting civil rights in
general terms was stricken out, being the following
words, viz.: “ And there shall be no discrimination in
civil rights or immunities among citizens of th e
United States, in any State or Territory of the United
States, on account of race or color, or previous condi
tion of slavery.” The civil rights guaranteed by this
bill are then defined as follows, viz; “The same riglit
to make aud enforce contracts, to sue, be parties apid
give evidence to inherit, purchase, lease ,sell, hold aiid
convey leal and personal property, aud to fnll aiid
equal benefit of all laws and proceedings for the secu
rity of person and property as''is enjoyed bywhjte
citizens, and shall be subject to like punishment,
pains aud penalties, and to none other, any lajw,
statute or ordinance, regulation or custom to the con
trary notwithstanding. The bill was passed—ayfcs,
109; nays, 39. The Republicans voting a^uinat it .were
Mr. Bingham of Ohio, Mr. Blow of Missouri, Mr.
Smith of Kentucky, Mr. Phelps of Maryland, and Mr,
Latham of West Virginia. Mr. Bingham voted
against it because his constitutional amendment, em
bodying the same principle, did not prevail;, and Mr.
Bingham thinks that such rights ought to be first
guaranteed in the Constitution. Such conservative
Republicans as Mr. Delano, Mr. Davis and Mr. Mill
voted for the bill. ■ 1
The telegraph has announced the final passage of
the bill by the Senate, after concurrence in the
amendments of the House.
European Affairs. v
There are important rumors from England. The
resignation of Earl Russell is talked of, and credence
is given to the report. Conflicts have occurred in • the
new Cabinet ever since its formation; Russell iB said
to be unable to harmonize the antagonistic elements,
and a new doal is probable, when the liberals may
have a chance to try their skill at government. Mean
while tho Queen is seriously ill, having received a
shock by the critical condition of Prince Leopold and
the sudden death of Sir Charles Phipps, her private
secretary, who died on the 24th ultimo, after two days’
The Government of Chili has put a loan of $2,250,000
upon the Loudon market. Tho price is to be 22)^,
aud the bonds are to be secured by the hypothecation
of the tobacco monopoly, which last year amounted to
On tlie 25th of February Lord Clarendon issned. a
neutrality order, forbidding the use of British ports by
Spauisb, Peruvian or Chilian vessels during the con
tinuance of hostilities. In Spain tho South’American
troubles create much excitement.
Prince Couza having been expelled from the Danu-
bian Principalities, new troubles are likely to arise in
that quarter. Russian troops are assuming a warlike
attitude all along the banks of the Pruth, and precau
tionary measures are reported from Turkey and Serf
THE BEST INVESTMENT IN GEORGIA.
tl SMXJ3&3. U ■
COTTON, CORN AND RICE
That well known and truly valuable Plantation,
situated In Liberty county, Qa„ .forty miles from the
city of savannah, live miles from Station No. a, ainl
fmm No. 4, on th< Atlantic A Golf Railway
tfieT" Walthour S *
’Js now otl'er-
ilthe owner is
■MmBiiAel-W tliour Homestead,’
ed mr aalo; at a BEDEOKP BRfOB, nskhe <
eri)Hise<l in mercantile life. It contains lj£i
abiffitjttki of which is open,' and fa aompbsed
iinaurpassad (br productiveness, and la a portion „f
tha| jnstly .iSdeirnted bQdy of land known as tlie
“ Desert Tract,” which produces the finest descrip
tion of long cotton—equal to that raised on the sea
islands—corn, sugar cane, potatoes, and all Southern
products- usually grown in its climate, produced
abuudiintly; Its contains about
100, Acres of Choice Rice Land.
!Tlie inmyovementa are those'. usually found on
flist-class plantations. Aedornmodations for firry
operatives. Good two-story dwelling, kitchen, sta
bles, Ac., barns, rice house, cribs, Ac., A*c. There is
a steam engine on the place that docs not belong to
it, Imt. can be bought from its owner.
For further particulars, apply to
E. C. W ADE A CO.,
, Savannah, Ga., or to
- 1 11 J. D. DELANNOY,
niC-lm Quitman, Georgia.
River, in Irwin Co.
A PLANTATION containing about 2,000 acres, 600
of whlclr Is under good fence. On tills place
there is a good Dwelling with outbuildings, Barns.
Stables, new Gin House, and Packing Screw, with
good quarters for 30 hands, and one of tlie best
Wood Landings,this side of Hawkiusville. A portion
of the land was planted in com last year and yielded
23 bushels to the acre.
100 head Cattle, 20d ilo. Sheep and a large stock
of Bogs Will be sold at the same time, if desired.
In Coffee county, a Plantation containing about
1500 acres, and possessing all the advantages of the
above one. For further particulars, apply to
L. J. GUILMaRTIN & CO.,
f21 No. US Hay street.
< FOR SALE,
T HOSE very valuable Lots situated on tlie corner
of West Broad and Zubly streets, designated by
the letters C, E and G. Middle Oglethorpe Ward.—
Each Lot lias a width of sixty-seven feet and six
inches, and is oue hundred and eighty feet in depth,
making an area or two hundred ami' two and a half
feet by one hundred and eighty. This would align
abundant room for the erection of a Hotel of exten
sire proportions, or for any kind of manufactory.—
For any of which purposes these lots are iligiblv sit
uated, being near to me Central Railroad Depot and
oil one of tlie principal streets of the city. The above
Lots may be treated for at private sale separately or
-together, and if not disposed or previously, will be
offered at public sale in front of tlie Court House on
tlie first TUESDAY' in April next, by T. J. Walsh.
At which time and place will also be offered Lot
No. 3 , Franklin Ward, on Broughton street, and the
Inland of threat Warsaw, containing two thousand
acres. R. T. GIRSON, Executor,
fl2-eod of estate of Dr. C. P. Richardson.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Fine Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, For?
eign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Segura, r ‘
A’so, Skehan’s Celebrated
in bottle and in wood.
Iondnn and Dublin Brown Stout, Scotch and *np
lish Ales, Ac.
Liberal deductions made to the trade.
176 BROUGHTON STREET. SAVANNAH,
and 62 Liberty street, N. Y.
111 & 11
75 H TY>bacco d t * ,rec ‘‘l u l ' tPr •><>»*. Bright, ponnda,
126 half and three-quarter boxes, Medium, pounds,
Tobacco * ’
60 half aud three-quarter boxea. Navy. Bounds.
Tobacco - ■
85 half end throe-qnarter boxes,-!(Ve, Tobaeco
ISO eighth boxes Bright, half pounds. Tobacco
150 do do Sweet do do
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS
For sale by
niLTON A RANDELL,
193 Bay street.
AT JOHN C. SCHREINER & SONS’:
I 'M Dying far from those I love J. R. Thomas
Allex-Tou-Jones Gallop Helmsmulter
Just pnce wire. •• y*
Bride of the Wltsl “ -
Sparkling SchoUUche....„ Wymann
Also received, all Music ordered by different par
ties during the past two weeks. ml5 ”
A TRACT of Land, three hnnilred and thirty acres
of first quality pine land, lying in Liberty
county, near the Waltliourville Station of tlie Atlan
tic & Gulf Road. The said land can be lionelit for
roar dollars per acre. There is fi/tv acres cleared
aud under a good new fence : some houses on tlie
place. For inlormation, apply lo the undersigned,
who lives on the place, within 'three miles of station
No. 4, Waltliourville.
m.'l-lm w. H. BACON.
CHRISTOPHER, as she now lies,
l’oor Bonin Landtag, on Savannah river,
farther Infhnfintinn apply to
Messrs. CEO. T. JACKSON & CO.,
Augusta. Ga„ or to
— . J. M. KINCHLF.Y,
ml3. At Florida Wharf.
GKO. D. roWLt.
WM. X. UOV.
fountf lady affianced to all wdfiu^.ym^b in
ort 0<inn., refused to Hr the happy: day, and
her lover made up a surprise party for her, got up
tableaux, nod persuaded Miss Indecision to help him
represent a marriage. She did, and found the knot
securely tied. She ssys now that she is glad of it.
A Lady Dragged from Her Horae
Horribly Treated* j
A most inhuman outrage was perpetmtod in the
northeast part of Lincoln county a few .days since.
The facts as related to the writer are these: A lady by
the name of Curro, wife of Mr. Nathan Curry* of Lin
coln county, had been to Lynchburg and waa return
ing home alone, about two o’clock in th« afternoon,
aud when within about tWo miles" of her hotn? her
bridle was seized by a man who was hid behind a tree
and whom ahe did not see until he had the bridle tight
in his grasp, vnd she was dragged from her horse aqd
most cruelly treated—choked and beaten in a most
horrid manner, and threatened with instant death ll
she did not stop her screams. Her cries were heard,
however, hy. some men.who were tending a coal kiln! a
few hundred yards from the scene. They hastened
to her assistance, but were too late to get a right til
the -scoundrel. The lady's clothes were badly toiin
and scattered around, and even the ground gave~evi-
denoe that she had had a desperate struggle^ H4r
abuse was so severe as for a time to deprive her of her
reason. Her body was bsdly bruised in many plslefc,
aud her throat became so swollen from the choking
she received that her life was almost despaired air.
But we learn that she is recovering ftOrti her tejurit s
The lady cannot tell positive!v whether the vilBag^wfs
black or white, but says he looked like a black zhai
He had a handkerchief tied about his head.—yem
ville Banner, W/t.
E0WLE & CO.,
FORMERLY OF ALKXANDRLA, VA.,
ifll 1 OUn .' i C/nifl 1 1*1 '
Importcra-oC Railroad Iron and Dealers in
NATURE'S OWN REMEDIES.
Congress Spring Water.
Empire Spring Water.
. L' Columbian Spring Water.
No mttaral or Artificial compound has yot been (iis
covered or mauufsotured that equals these waters as
a preventive, relief and permanent cure, for m&ny
temporary and chronic diseased, as proved by the ex
perience of many thousands who 'have drank them
for years, with the ipuot beneficial effects.
Ls a cathartic, alterative and tonic, and is a valna
blc remedy for affections iff the liver and kidneys,
dyspepsia, gout, chronic constipation juul cutaneous
rtlsea-es. In a most powerful preventive of the
fever* and bilious complaints so prevalent in warm
Is m cathartic, and a valuable remedy for rheuma-
tlsim derangement of the liver, diseases of the skin,
and general debility. Its effects are most salutary in
lung diseases.- It i» an almost sure cure for scrofula,
amftl# most aggravated forms of dyspepsia. As a
-preventive and cure Tor all bilious derangements it
stands unrivalleU. -r-lf - ,,
Mexioo to be the New Ibish Republic.—It was
stated in the New York Citizen a few weeks since that
shortly the Irish would have a republic of their ow».
The other night an orator at one of the many Fenian
Cireles in New York said that the paper in qneation
referred to Mexico ; that Louis Napoleon was about
withdraw his troops, not through-fear of tWs Govein-
ment, but to malts room for the legions of th* L F. B;;
that Maximilian had agreed to abdicate on condition of
being proclaimed President of the new republic ; and,
that so soou as tbs republic had been proclaimed, let
ters of marque would be issued against Britiah ship
ping. Ail this tho orator said, and more. Whatever
truth there may be in it, it is certain that the members
of the F. B. expect some great movement to take place
within a few weeks. « -j; .■■
Fred. Douglass, the negro lecturer, having suffi
ciently enlightened the northern mind on the subject
of “assassination and its lessons," has turned his at
tention to Virginia. In Alexandria he was escorted to
tho hull by United States soldiers, and the escort
Virginia, with the remark that he was -proud to
him a brother,’’ a compliment which Douglasa.faUetD
to return duriitg the lecture. The chairs ou’the stage
were occupied by “four ladies, two officers and several
negro men.“ The mulatto lecturer was very abusive
of President Jului»0Uv_ •
Philo Chns*-of Milton, who has. .taken Ibo
ment but whiskey 1 and milk for over fwei
numerous individuals in our midst who hove long
since adopted the diet spoken of; trtth'thVsingle ex
ception of the milk.- ’CluzUuruxxja, L'jtuJIt-
■ ’ "" ~.:'n ton ei
— Th* six individuals of Melrose, Mass., who wire
fined 8300 each, tor tarrinj, feathering, andLdding oh
a rail, a person who rejoiced over Preoidsttt Linooin'B
death last April, were pardoned by the KxmuKvc
uesday last, and had their Ane* remitted.
Ts a tonic and' diuretic of a highly beneficial char-
acuy. and ls a positive, remedy for diabetes, gravel,
ffilculus, irrit&tiuq and inflammation of the kklneys
apd bladder, anil has most singularly active effects
In restoring these organs when debilitated by long
s « o "V ^xf-zx: X/Z v: Cs
These waters are bottled fresh and pure, from each
of the above named springs, in so careful and necure
a manqiet that oliey pseserve alfthair medicinal value
for yeotjjgau^%ill .'b*ri'ounii| eqjiifilly «fl|eacious when
drank thousands of miles distant as when taken di-
Ii ctJ}’ from the spring-
W'warc of Imitations and ulterior Waters. The
corks of all genuine Congress, Empire and Columbian
Watery are branded on the side of the cork, thus:
■nit* Jlimt Wate*,!
j:, * K-a. co. /
. C, Jfc t nr <} - v j
Faulted safely and sera rely, in boxes suitable for
remained to keep order. He was introduced Iry shipment to aqy part of the world. Congrees and
J udge J. C. Underwood, whose name is notoritms in ■ TJtnntre Water* litvOOxes containing 4 dozen pints.
Vipoltlih w ith Hio fi.inauk 4hot k* twa* twmai.A onll * ■ • ...
St doaen qaart bottie* each. Colombian Water in
boxes containing 4 or 6 dosen half pints, or 4 dozen
.sold by an DTuggista, Hotels, wine Merchmils,
Sold only at wholesale by
(w Orders by mail receive prompt attention.
AY r rapping Paper-
innn REAMS ln at New York
IUUU pncea, l>j pLATRER * BOMTORTH,
ft HfD -IlrJAJ'J C-'iu. - -
Notice to Keepers of Bar-room^
CITY OF SAVANNAH,
Office olbkk Of council,
. March 12th, 1866.
Attention is called to the following extract from
Ordinance passed in Conne.il lftti October, 1826.
. ., EXTUACT. . j -
Any person obtaining a license of Class So. 2, for
Retailing shall have plainly and distinctly painted
in letters not less than three Indies in length over
the door on the outside of the house or shop, where
in tlie liquors are sold, and fronting the street, lane
or square, tlie name of the person so licensed to
gether with the words: “Licensed to Retail Spirit
uous Liquors.” And every person violating this
section shall be fined for each week succeeding the
first ten days altcr-obtaiiiing the license in a sum
not exceeding thirty dollars.
On and after April 1st, i860, the Police".will be In
structed to report all violations of tbe above.
By order of
EI)\V. C. ANDERSON, Mayor.
Attest; Jas. Stewaiit. Clerk of Connell. ml2-lot.
A LL persons having demands against the steamer
i GUEST CITY, formerly Uie steamer Savannah
and steamer Standish up to the loth Inst., are re
quested to present their hills, properly approved, to
the undersigned previous to the 20th inst.. otherwise
payment will be debarred.
CLAQIIORN A CUNNINGHAM,
TO ALL WANTING FURNITURE
I am opening for the inspection of the public,
a fine stock of ;; :
CABINET FURNITURE; CHAIRS, MAT
TRESbES, ifcc-, &c. 9
To which the attention of all is invited.
tW~ Were rooms, 1T8 BROUGHTON STREET, Sher
lock’s old Dry Goods Storo.
_ flO-tf L. B. HARRINTQN.
V|TANTED TO RENT, a House in the city, suitable
tv for a large family. .e.
for a large family.
Apply at this office.
Book-Keeper and Clerk Wanted
W ANTED, a Y'oung Man. a resident of Savaanah
to act as a Book-Keeper aud Clerk, j T
Address “Book-Keeper aud Clerk," Savannah Poet
S^ls^ 8 location. Itoqulre
B Y a middle aged man, in a whole-ale dry goodsor
grocery store. Understands packing, marking
shipping and receiving goods. The very best of ref
erence* given. Apply at 207 Bay stree'.
W ANTED to rent, a Tenement suitable for a small
family. Address M. W. B., Herald office.
B OARD, by March 27th, for a gentleman and his
-wM»-4ir«ywirate family, where there are no
other boarders .preferred.
Addreaq GitzjPfc lax-lc Box 132. mC
The Vernon House
OPENED TO VISITORS.
Ew Meals fnrnisbed to parties at short notice,
and boats for fishing or selling. m!5 tl
TTTE respectfnlly invite our old friends and the
W traveling public to give us a call. Our house
ls located in the heart of trade, and convenient to tlie
depot*. [fS,3tn] JONES A ItlCE,
This first-class Hotel having been renovated and
newly furnished, is now open for the reception of the
m2-lm G. MoGINLY.
For Sale on the Wharf.
C ORN, Oats Apples and Potatoes, landing from
steamship Flambeau- Apply to
. J. T. feoVVLAND, Jr.,
r - 3 ' LOwer Steamship Wharf.
p>ELLS of any weight required caet to order, at
; phort notice. An experience of over forty years
!i? 8tine ; os to profinee them of a su
HENRY N. HOOPER & CO.,
mg-3m Boston, Man.
PACKER AND RE-PACKER OP COTTON,
O ooI, Hides, Rags, Junky, etc.,
I N |3*- < 3nT 9t shipping order, at fooLof Jefferson *t.
I0Q CASKS or this celebrated Whiskey. For sale
MACKY, BEATTIE A Co.,
203 and 205 Bay street.
25 Ultra Leaf Lard
In store and for sale by
OL _1L CHABLB8 L, COLBY A CO
1 fill COILS Flax Rope; a superior article to Green
• W leaf or any other brand.
In store and for sale by
a CHA8. L. COLBY A CO.
By consent ol Col. John Screven, the name of this
Hotel is this day changed to its former name, ‘-THE
SCREVEN HODSE. G. M. MoGINLY,
m6-1 m • ,.. ;t Proprietor.
B OARD for a gentleman and wife. Front room
Address “C. L. P ," Lock Box. 132. ml6-4*
_A.t Home Again.
M U L E S
3 in ¥ I ‘ T i
T nOMAS F. STEVENS has just arrived with a flae
lot of MULK8, which he Hi now offering at fair
prices, St DAN BCTLBR’S si shies, Whitaker street,
in front of the Arsenal.
Let those wanting good stock call soon.
ml4-lm. THOS. F. STEVENS.
In case of my absence from the city, Mr. John H.
Dews will attend to my business. t. F. S.
National Snpernliosniiate of Lime.
A SUPERIOR FERTILIZER, well adapted to the
production of eott“U, corn, gross, potatoes, Ac.,
highly recommended by the best agricultural au
thorities as a certain and speedy fertilizer.
RUE, WHITNEY Ji CO., Sole Agents,
ml4-2w No. 4 Harris Range, Bay street.
BLAIR & BICKFORD,
LUMBER MANUFACTURERS, AND
DEALERS IN TIMBER AND LUM
BER OF EVERY DESCRIP
DOORS, SAB M; AMD BLINDS
Mill and Lumber Yard on Canal, near Bryan street
Office 180 Bay street, .
d28-tf ' i' Sayannah, Ga,
OfkA BARRELS choice Pinkeye Potatoes ; O i
10,000 pounds Bacon Sides
2,000 pounda choice Breakfast Bacon
Prime Yellow Godhen Batter
R BALFORE.. _ '
ml7-G . - 151 Broughton XEl
A N OVERSEER for a Rice Plantation oa Savannah
Back River, who can come well recommended.
Apply at this office . ml7-4*
J. W. STEELE,
(Late Steele A Burbank,)
11 Merchants’ Row, Hilton Head, So. Ca,
Ana corner King and Georye Sts., Charleston,
/NALLS the attrition of Wholesale and Retail Pufi-
V.- 1 chasers to his snperior stock of
Military and.Maval Clothing,
m 0. '' 5 -,J-J n- . lift)' 11
Watches, Clocks, Fancy Good*, Jewelry aad Plated
Ware, Swords, gashes, Belts, Embruideriea, Boots,
Caps, Field Glomes, Gauntlet*, Gloves, Ac., Ac.
r, Tugq.,q, r L~39|jn t 4
nnn BUSHELS White and Block Oats;
•Ul/U 4,000 bushel# White and Yellow
auks. Landing and for solojb;
M. HERTZ A CO.
EXCHANGE HOTEL BAR.
On and after March Cth, 1SC6, LUNCH will be
served daily from 11 to 1 o’clock.
| A OCTAVES 1S5S, direct from bond, for sale by
V MACKY, BEATTIE A CO ,
1 S8S and 206 Bay street.
50 BBLS. PURE VINEGAR
PER STEAMSHIP CUMBRIA,
Fordyce, Anderson & Janney,
10 Stoddard's Range, up stairs.
Port Royal House,
HILTON HEAD, S. C.
RIDDELL A RUQG,
A S. UDDXLL.
m. p, tneo.
John M. W. Bill,
Of Jenerson Co., Fla.
Of SaYsmiab, Ga.
A. DUTENHOFER & C0„
, * Apo
Bay Street, Savannah, Ga.
Prompt attention given to the purchase, sale, and
shipment of cotton, lumber and country pro
duce generally. Consignments solicited,
Oft which literal advances
will be made.
“ *■ ' . XEnoZMOIS :
Brigham,.Baldwin & Co, Savannah; Hiram Rnb-
n Savannah ; J. H- Zeilin A Co., Macon. Ga.; Dr.
Angler, In*. Rev. CM., Augusta; James M. Ball,
Bsq, Atlanta, Go.: Willis Chisholm, Atlanta, Ga. ;
C. L Robiuoon, Jacksonville, Fla.; F. Dibble. Jack
sonville, Fla : Col. W. L. Bailey, Jefferson county,
Fla.; D, H.Baldwin A Co., New York; Bearden A
Co., New York. Warren Mitchell, Esq., Louisville,
100 BARRELS POTATOES
50 BARRELS ONIONS,
50 TIERCES SHOULDERS AND SIDES
Landing per Cumbria and for sale by
m!3 MACKY, BEATTIE & CO.
JNYOICE of Harper A Cm, for sale by
MACKY*. BEATTIE A OO.,
, ^0 203 and 206 Bay street.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
rpHE schooner J AMESTOWN, about two hundred
and fifty tons burthen.
MILLER, THOMAS A CO.
R HODES’ SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME—the
mi2-tf MILLER, THQMA8 * CO.
Ciias. H. Bzmhstt,
ALrexn R. Bznnvtt,
Ja*. C. Yau P*lt,
Bennett, Van Pelt & Co.,
; -I 'i:.4jl2£
FOR TH* HALE OF
CITTM TflKACCO, IAVAI STOKES, ETC.,
■ . . l .v.-.i -amo,
FORTES PURCHASE AND SALE OF STATE AND
»3 YVliitelAall St.. New York.
lifted With us Mr. D. W. Chirrs, late
„rer for North Carolina. n*-6m
ti-A-k— □— 1 1
EMPORIUM OF FASHION]
TURS. K. L LOUIS respectfully informs tbe citi-
-**■. zens of Savannah that she has opened a branch
of M’ilnte Detnereat’a Mode of Fashions, or New
York, and is ready to' receive orders for all kinds of
Work for ladles und children. - She also keeps on
band the latest styles of patterns of every descrip
tion. All kinds of ornamental needlework, snch as
Braiding, Embroidering, Stamping, Flottng, Ac., will
be done at short notice.
She also keeps on hand a handsome assortment of
Dress and Cloak Trimmings, Embroidery, Silk and
Braid, Cottons, Stamped Y’olkes and Bands. Call and
see foryonrseli; at No. 161 CONGRESS STREET, up
Press mad Cloak Making.
JTO.-i. A.. ROBERTS,
k (Late of Columbno, Ga.,)
General Commission Merchant,
Office with Messrs Tonge A Nixon, Bay st,
tw~ Liberal advances made on cotton, wool, 1 tim
ber oni other Southern product.. m9-lm*
SHIP CHL/STffTtt/ER; GROCER
CommiutoD sad Forwarding Merchant,
72 RAY STREET. SAVANNAH.
A. S. Hartridge,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
^ SAVANNAH, GA.
octlfttF • • : J • 1
In stfrna tn *n!t pnrehaoera, hy
oep*8-tf. ij 107L T .; B.iFJKMTCALFE A co.
di lanlirar. aeib-.'-f-ikoivrilj ■.
.ii K;:inoCT JMjOtaGjB*:
find copy i
- steamer R. H May can
by-application en Florida
J. M. KINCHLKY.
Notice to Wharf Owners.
O WNERS of Wiiarf Property are hereby notified
that they can obtain sand for filling, at the foot
of Abercom street, by hauling tbe same.
JOHN & HOGG,
mis' City Surveyor.
Forwarding and Commission Xerdiait
No. 182 Bay Street,
5.000“ a for
guerard a ferrill.
IS faet long (fire 1
teamboar or I
wi, win vviuii; Hied. . , . ... -.
ff Low-pressure ’ steamboat Boner, Mtwefita 30 and
WO home power, reaenUy thnronghly repafred, and
One OvHmfer ftillCT, 26 (bet iong, Sffinchta dlam-
Can be seen at A. N. Idler** machine' shop, or ad-
dreas '■).•. v NICHOLAS CAMP A OtT.
■ wty# .,it .... 8mwj)
FLOUR AND HOMINY.
(^jQ RBL-H,,ii|... K.,. uU Chofc, m. ,
250 bbls kiln dried Hominy , ,,
lOO bbls kiln-Uned White and YenowMeal
In^firc and for sale by - !, p ■< >
Corner Bay and 1
RANDELL A OO.,
I Barnard street!.