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PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY
JOHN M. COOPER.
WILLIAM T. THOMPSON, EDITOR.
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CHARLES P. COOPER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
JACKSONVILLE,--. •■••••■ Flori.ln.
Heeehkncks—Col. 8. 8lliloy, It. Hilton, Editors of
sorgiuu; Messrs. Snider, Latbrop &. Novitt, Boston
Guuby’ll. A. Crane 8c Co., Savannah ; lloii. Thus.
Douglas, Judge Eastern Circuit; Hon. Lovi S. Haw*
MOORU Sc 11KNDlti( KHON,
AND DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Brushes, Garden
Gibbons* Buildings, Savannah, Ga.
CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH
157 Broughton Street.
BERNARD MALLON, Principal.
Miss A. M. PARKER, Teacher of Primary Classes
HENRI HERRISSE, Teacher of French.
Dr. L. KNORR, Classical Teacher. july ID
FETEK G. THOMAS,
(SUCCESSOR TO C1UHLE8 VAN HORN)
WINDOW SASHES, BLINDS, AND PANEL
jan 4 No . 1 53 li ay - str eet. ly
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!!
f 11 HE 8 U BSC HI HER keeps constantly on hand
I- at the Canal Bridge, a largo supply Black Juck,
Pine, and Oak Wood of the best quality, which lie will
sell at a roasonablo rate. Orders left in order boxes
at Carswell &S oat’s, Market square, or at John I).
Jossio’s, Broughton street, will be punctually attended
to, and wood delivered immediately,
feb22 PETER WHITE.
WOO!)! WOOD! t WOOD !!!
A LL those in want of wood for Parlor, Bed Room, or
Kitchen, will please take notice that the sub
scriber keeps constantly on hand, at the lowest cash
prico. Black Jack,Oak, Hickory, Pino, Ash, and Mnplo
Wood, at tne Rail Road and Caiiul Bridge. Orders
leltut J. A. LaRocIic’s Drug storo, will bo uttended to,
feb 28 tf O. A. LaROCHE.
LUFBURKOW A II1NE,
DEALERS IN HIDES AND SKINS.
fl^ANNING AND CURRYING curried on, near the
1 junction of the Louisville and Augusta Roads,
where the highest market prices will bo paid for
HIDES and SKINS. Tanners supplied with Hides
on reasonable terms. All orders promptly attended
to. ly a tig 28
mHE SUBSCRIBER is now prepared to oxocuto
1 ull orders in TIN, COPPER and SHEET-IRON
Work, at tlio shortest notice. Housc-Kcopors and
Olliers, who regard economy und dispatch, would do
well to give me u call. ..
sept 20 3in O. P. SELLERS,
Jelforson-Bt., between Congress and Broughton.
T. M. KOSIS,
SEGAR SNUFF, AND TOBACCO STORE
No. lOr’llAV Sl'ltEKT,
(At the Blue Sign, one door west from Drayton,)
K EEPS constantly on hand, imported and home
made, SEGARS of different Brands, fine cut
TOBACCO, and SNUFF of all kinds; put up care
fully, ut wholesale und retail, and at the most reason
fjgF Orders from the Country punctually attend
ed to. G mos. oct 1
SEGAR AND TOBACCO STORE.
NO. -JO BULL-smUiET,
Opposite Sign of the Big Indian, near Monumcnt-sq.
Keeps constantly on bund SPANISH, HALF SPAN
ISH, nuil AMERICAN SEGAItS, at wholesale and re
tail. Also, Chowing and Smoking Tobacco, and Snuff
S. Z. JIIUVIIV,
CARRIAGE MAKER & BLACKSMITH,
No. 9G and 08 St. Julian Street,
West Side of the Market, Saoannah, Ga.
Carriages repaired at short notico, and at reasonable
julie 2G prices. 6 m ~
SMITH & GLADDING,
Auctioneers mid Commission Merchants,
Gho. J. Smith. | Wm. II. Gladding.
oct 0 ly
on Ann PAIRS NEGRO BROGANS.
•vJvJvf The Subscribers arc now receiving
tlioir Fall Supplies of Plantation Work. Gentlemen’s,
Ladies’ and Children's Boots and Shoes, of every
quality und style, selected by a member of tbo firm
with tlio strictest care, comprising the largest and
host arranged stock ever offered iu this market. Wo
spared to furnish great inducements to those
ill fuvor us with a call, and pledge ourselves to
give in every instance satisfaction.
RT. H. BARNITM A CO.,
a 149 Congress Stbket. gm
HATS AND CAPS
At Wholesale and Retail.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
JUT AND CAP STORE.
FINIIE Undersigned would rospectfully inform the
A citizens of Savannah and Chatham County,
those of the udjucont Counties, likowiso the
citizens of South Curolinu, who visit our city with a
view to tlio purchase of HATS AND CAPS, thut lie
is now opening, on Broughtou-street, two doors Eos
of N. B. 8c II. Wood’s, u lurge and well selected Stock
of HATS AND CAPS, of various styles and qualities,
which, for uoutuoss and durability, cannot be surpassed
by uny establishment in the city. Ho rospectfully asks
an examination of his Stock, and a sliuro of public
I^p City and Country Deulers will find it to their
interest to cull and examine iny Stock. Orders from
the Country executed with dispatch and fidelity.
LiP* No abatement or deviation in prices.
jan 24 II. R. BOX
AN ANIMAL, ANY THING BUT AN ELEPHANT
CAN BE SEEN BY CALLING AT
P. D. HBLZHSIM S
Clothing Emporium. JcUcrHon Street
P D. HELZHEIM bogs leave to inform his friend)
• und the public generally that he lias returned
from the North with one of the lurgostuiidbestscloctcd
be found in tbo city. He bus also recoived a very
large assortment of Hats, Cups, Boots, Shoes, Ac.
together with nearly three hundred Trunks, Valises,
&c. IIv also has his usual supply of Guns, Rifles,
Pistols, Saddles and Bridles, Umbrellas und Walk
ing Canes, with other articles too numerous to
Connoisseurs of good clothing, to examine his stock,
and assures his visitors that if lie cannot show them
an Elephant, he can give them n little touch of the Rhi-
iiocoro.. Country in«rch«““ supplied on liberal
terms, N() 4 5, Mclutlre’s New Bul!diu|(..
N.R.—p D II. will not attend tli« World’s Fair,
VTRS-DANNERFELZER offers her professional
Yi services to tlio Indies of Savannah. Mrs. 1). is a
rraduato of the German Collego of Midwifery ut llei-
lolberg, as hcrdiplnnm from that institution will tosti-
y. Residoilco corner of Bay und Montgomory-sts.
sept 20 * ly
PATENT n ilti! UAII.IX. !
G. BUTLER, AGENT,
For the Now England Wire Railing Company. All
orders promptly attended to ly oct IH
ED1VABD 11. BUNKElt,
General Commission Merchant,
80 liny Street.
Prompt personal attention given to consignments
for sale or shipment.’ Liberal Cush Advances made
in approved Merchandise consigned to me, or to my'
Now York, Boston nnd Baltimore friends, ly oct21
CABINET MAKING AND UPHOLSTERY
N. A. IVlTNGJCZjUlt,
No. 50 Liberty-street.
Making Now nml Kepniriny Old Furniture.
OLD FURNITURE BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Tho Bottoms of Sofas, Divans, Chairs and Ottoman*
mado over and recovered.
CARPETS, Ol L CLOTH, AND MATTINU
CUT AND PUT DOWN.
Hells and Lamps Hung—Curtains and Roller Blinds
G-iiP Every description of COFFINS on hand
and' made to order, of the best material and finish.
Prices low. ly mar 12
LAWTON, DOWELL Sc CO.,
NO. 210 RAY-STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
W1U. S. LAWTON & CO.,
CORNER SECOND AND POPLAR-STREETS, MACON, GA.
A. 11. LAWTON A; CO.,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
npENDER their services to their fricuds und tho
A public generally. They ure mutually pledged not
to speculate - iu Cotton. Liberal udvaucos made on
produce consigned to them, and Planters’ orders filled
with despatch and at the lowest inut.Kot prices.
A. B. Lawton, S. L. DoWkll, W. S. Lawton,
of Baker County, of Savannah. of Macon.
july 28 ly
HENRY K. PRESTON.
TEACHER IN THE CLASSICS AND MATHE
No. 147 Broughto n-st.
sept 1 tf
GEO. TROUP HOWARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office No . 07 Buy - Street.
deed ly Hnvniinali.
PETER G. THOMAS.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, ACCOUNTANT, AND
Office , No. 153 B ay-street.
Court Duys, the Second Saturday in each month.—
lUrturn Days, 10 days previous to the Court, janfi ly
S. 1*. HAMILTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW:
Commissioner of Deeds for South Carolina.
Office St. Juliuu-stroct, corner Whitaker,
sept Hi 3ni
J. F. PH LOT Sc CO.,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Williamson’* Buildings, Buy-street.
J. F. PELOT. Z. N. WINKLER,
sept 3 Onto
Y O N G K Sc O l> i: N ,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 04 Bay Street, Savuunuli, Ga.
WM. P. YONGE. (july 0) w. ODEN.
JOHN E. RIcDOHIVALl),
Commission Merchant, Hamburg, S. C.,
/CONTINUES the receiving, forwurdiug, and m I-
\y ling of goods and produce entrusted to him, and
no pains Shull be spared to give satisfaction,
apr 23 4 a w
JOHN V. TAB VIS K,
Factorund General Commission Merchant,
DEALER IN HAY AND GRAIN
[.j^ Every description of Produce and Merchan
dize sold qii consignment or purchased to order,
oct 12 Ex cli a n g c W ha rf.
SAMVEL A. OLDS,
MANUFACTURER OF CLOTHING,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
51 Broadway, New-York—Upstairs.
N.B.—Particular attention paid to all orders for sin
gle Garments or Suits. * jan 6
SHAVING, HAIR DRESSING AND SHAMPOOING
Broughton Street, opposite St. AudrewsJIall.
july 7-ly WM. J. HUNT, Proprietor.
DRAPER AND TAILOR, 155 BAY-STREET,
T/ - EEPfl constantly on hand a comploto assortment of
IV veiy loiee CLOTHS, CASSIMER8 AND
VESTINGS, of tho newest shades und pattern*, with
a full supply of fashionable READY MADE CLOTH
ING nnd furnishing Goods, comprising every article of
Geutlenieu’s Apparel. oct 20
AT TAYLOR’S BUILDING, MARKET WHARF,
Keeps constnatly on hand a supply of
CROCKERY WARE, GROCERIES. SfC.
oct 9 iy
OPPOSITE THE CENTRAL RAIL-ROAD DEPOT,
july a BY 8. HI. I.ANIER. ly
FALLIOANT & TAYLOR,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Shop—corner of Whitaker and Perry-sts.,
jun 28 ly Savannah.
DEALER IN WHITE PINE LUMBER,
York-etreet, O g lelh o r p e-e q .
jan 23 ly
HOUSE, SION, AND SHIP PAINTER,
GILDER, GI.A/.IEK, GRAINED, AND
Corner West Broad and Bryan Streets,
upr2 1 y Savannnah, Georgia.
NEW DRUG STORK.
JAMES H. CARTER.
Jefferson-st., 3 doors from CongrcMrt-Mt.
f pIlE Subscriber having established himself here
A in tho above business, is now receiving a largo
aud well selocted stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS ANI) PERFUMERY-. Also, White
Lead, Window Glass, Oils nnd Varnishes. All of
which ho warrants fresh aud genuine. Merchants,
Physicians, und others, wishing to purchuso any thing
in the Drug lino, would do well to call uml examine
his stock. . . , ,• ,
Every article usually kept in tho above line, always
on hand. 6mo sept 10
f?) 1>. 1*ENT,
vj&a CABINET MAKER,
/Tfl CORNER MONTGOMKRY-8T. AND BAY LANE.
• Cano Bottom Chairs repaired with neutnes*
and dispatch. ly jnn22
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE Se VARNISHES,
French and American
WINDOW G L A S S,
Paint, Varnish, und White-wash Brushes, Sahel and
Camel Hair Pencils, Badger and Camel Hair
Blenders, tiraiuing Combs, Artists’
Brushes, See. 8cc.
Paper Hangings, Borders, and Fire-Board Prints
N. B.—House, Sign, and Ship Painting, Gilding,
Graiuing, aud Glazing, done on reasonable terms by
JOHN POOLE, 11 Whitaker-strect,
mar 30 Nearly opposite Swill, Dcnalow 8c Co.
BOOK AND JOB POINTING,
No. 102 BKYAN STREET,
(entrance in tiie lane.)
NXRDER8 left at tbo Printing Ofltro, ®r at tlm llouk
U Storo of tlio subscriber, will be promptly oxe
cuted JOHN M- COOPER, dt CO.
WntclicM, Jewelry, nml Pintail Wnrc.
dQt The Subscriber'* stork is now complete—
consisting of Gold Hunting mid Plain Case,
eJ. Gold und Hard Dial Chronometers ; Duplex,
Detached and Anchor Levers, and Ladies’An
mr and Cylinder Watches, some extra line and valu-
iltlc, with Diiunoiid suitings; Diamond, Ruby, mid
Etneruld Rings,'in great variety mid prices, from $5
to $200; .Sterling Silver Ware a largo stock, and u
new supply of Children’s Cups. Also a full supply of
'Jromn Pitchers, with covers, and plain; 1 fine old
ashioned Tmiknrd; also Pitchers, I extra large;
i very extensive stock, and of every pattern in
the market; Tea Sets (5 different pattern* of I, 5, and
‘ pieces, from $25 to $10 ; Plates and Services of real
lieflield, and a new style of Birmingham do.; Cuudlo-
icksall size? and patterns, real Sheffield and Birming
ham ; .Snuffers mid Trays to match, a very tine and
w style article; Cake Baskets, Sugar Bowls, Tea
Kettles, Urns, Butter Bowls, Forks, Simons, and every (
ioty of Plated Ware usually kept hi my lino.of bu-‘
r«h. Silver and Plated Salt Cellars u variety of
[luttcrns; Ftunty Goods u larger stock than over opened
iforo ; Pearl Ring, Watch und Jewelry Boxes, from
I to $100; mid many articles too numerous for an
Ivertisoincnt. Culls solicited by
G. M. GRIFFEN,
nov 12 Successor to lute M. Eastman.
3 M. (’ARY would respectfully give notice thut
. • In*Gallery is now reopened for tlio season. He
would be happy to wait ou all persons who would
Itavo u superior picture.
A grout variety of Plates mid Cases, of the HiiobI
piality. oct 20
F IjOUK.—duduikuuu -/v ...
ord Street. On hand, and for »»le by
uo ^8 McMAHON 8c DOYLE
S ANDPAPER.—A good assortmentjustrm V^’U,
and for sale low by F. W. CORNWEL * ,
nov $ 102 BryanStrept.
.1. €. THOU XT OX’S
TWJL» Tlio Subscriber is pleased to bo able to
tXAr* miuuuiico to bis fellow citizens of Geor
gia and Florida, that his Iron Front
Buildings on the CORNER of WEST BROAD mid
BAY STREETS, in the eity of Savannah, aro now
aiplete, and lie offers for sale one of the most va
il, durable, and splendid assortment of Carriages
xhibited in a Southern City.
Ammigmy slock will Itc found nil of the latest nml
lost Fashionable styles, combiuding elegance with
iioiiTNKSB and Strength.
My whole stock has been manufactured by the most
celebrated manufacturers in New-York and Newark,
N. J., and lias boon gotten up undor my own eye du
ring the past Slimmer, and is Warranted in every Par
If twenty-four years practical experience in the Car*
riago business (eighteen years of that time in my na
tive State South Carolina) is uny passport to confi
dence, then the Subscriber tools emboldened to ask a
share of his fellow citizens’ patronage, und to assure
them that the inducements now offered in the City of
Savannah uro unequalled by those of any City in the
It is my intention soon to enter largely into the man
ufacture of Carriages in this City.
have secured the womens of some of the best work-
nieir bi the various brunches, both native and foreign,
and 1 feel confident of my ability to present specimens
of Georgia made Carriages* that shall coinpuro
favorably with those made any where.
1 have now in mv possession two Medals, awarded
o by tiro “ American Institute," New-York,und tlio
South Carolina Institute,” for specimens of my
work, that I would be pleased to show to anyone who
may have the curiosi o sec these tributes to South-
era skill. J. C. THORNTON,
Late of Columbia, H. C.
OF SADDLES, BRIDLES AND HARNESS.
1 S3 C-oniurtisN Street, Savannah.
ft. Tlio Subscribers manufacture J8k
mid keep constantly on hand, u kJyVttkk
large und varied stock of Sud -
dies, Bridles, and Harness, mid ■*
make to order every description of articles in their
line. Our stock comprises also a large assortment of
Trunks, Carpet-Bags, Valises, Saddle-Hugs, Whips,
&o. Persons desirous of supplying tliomselvos, will
do well to call at our establishment. All articles sold
by us uro warranted for material and workmanship.
D. MALLETT 8c CO.
N. B.—For Repairing, our terms are moderate, i
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIAN*.
B O Y S ’
Tlio undersigned would
respectfully inform both
Pure tits and Guardians, hav
ing Boys to clothe, that ho 1
has just returned from New York, with a comploto
i Hoys’ Kcadyuisulc Clothing,
L " and will keep up tlio assortment through the 2
season. He has taken much pains in having m
O Uioin made up to suit this market, und will offer 2
5 them to his patrons as low us poSsihjc. Each .
article will bo marked with the selling price, ^
</> ami no abatement from it. The following will
0c compose the assortment:
‘ Boys’ Black Cloth Cloaks and Overcoats 33
“ Drab und black Pilot Ovorsncks m
“ green, brown und blk Cloth Sucks >
“ fancy Tweed, Cus., Frock 8c Suck Coats q
“ “ “ “ Polka Coatees
“ full trimmed bl’k Cloth Frock Couts
“ blue, bl’k,brn, green &Cud’t Jackets S
“ bl’k mixed Satinet R. Jackets >
“ fancy Cnssimcre and bl’k Cus. Punts _
“ Tweed, Cus. ami Satinet Pants
“ bl’k fig’d Satin Valentin and Mrsl’s Vests ^
Children’s bl’k mid fancy Dress Suits
Boys’ white nud col’d Shirts mul Undershirts, o
“ fine blue und black Navy Caps, with and r
•” without Covers, with u complete ussorliucnt of q
Cups of ull other kinds, from children’s Jockeys
N.B.—Having u private room for trying on X
IU Boys’ Clothing, I must decline sending it out to —
H be tried on, except iu oases of sickness. Those 2
iu want arc invited to give me a call, at the _
Clothing Store Nos. 09 ami 150 Gibbons’Range. ..
oct 24 tj2 GKO. S. NICHOLS.
JUST RECEIVED, Ijd
A Lot of Gentlemen’s fine Calf Boots, (Ml
made expressly to my order of the best JM
material, and by^experienced workmen. —^ B
Also, aclioicc lot of Ladies* Shoos und Boots, such
us Black and Colored Silk Gaiters, Morocco do., Pol
ka'.Boots, Morrocco and Kid Ties, Slippers, and
Buskins, Jenny Lind Ties, Ac., Misses’, Youth’s, Boys’-
utid children’s Shoos mid Hoots of different kinds. All
porsons in want aro respectfully invited to cull mid ex,
amine my stock and judge for thomsclv
HATS, CAPS, «tec.
E TI10 above limned articles aro offered .
at wholesale or retail, at prices that will ,
please purchasers in the line. Call and
be convinced of tlio fact, at No. 10I> Brymi-st.
sept 25 FRANCIS KOPMAN.
LIST OF LETTERS
K.HAINING ill tlio Post Office, Savumiali,
Dee. 2nd, 1851. Persons wishing Letters from this
List will please usk for Advertised Letters.
A damn, (ioo \\ Ford, James E
Adler, Morili Pollard, Win
Allen, Ednmiid Foster, Thomas
Andrew, L B Frost, John
Anderson, MissCuth’riue A Fulton, Mrs Elizabeth J
Aiidiiuv. .1,.in. a ...... v
Andrew, John 11
Anderson, Edmond B
Alexander, i! W
Andrews, Mi*s Matilda
Airs, Mrs Ellen
Armstrong, B R
Dull, Rev Ell
Bruinard, Fraucis L
Garey, Hetty E
urn-butt, Mr George
Gmiuhl, Dr W Henry
Gurst, I) W
(it rtictt, Green
uranium, iTiiucis l. Guruiiglity, Michael
Bradley, Mi»s Surah Jane Green, Francis
Banulian, Thomas Geer, John P
Brunch, Mrs Mary C
Blanchard, Thouius C
Barnard, John I)
Brunch, Mrs Curolino
linker, Mrs C
Baker, Stephen N
Bnttey,Mrs M A
Barnes, Miss Anna
Bcauford, Mrs 11 A
Boors, A B
Boll, David YV
Beebe, I)r A
Bell, Capt W I*
Bennett, Mrs M J
Bealaim, Miss Stia
Bryan, Ed wurd
Bryan, Mrs A
Uncnt, Miss Charlotte
Bryant, Mrs C
Bird, Miss Amanda G
Bryan, J R
Braxton, W E
Brown, Gilbert O G
Hoifirulct, J P
Boardley, Juntos E
Biiggs, Joseph M
Baggs, Mrs Frances M
Blount, Geo L
Brosford, Heirs of Capt
Borluud, Capt Johu
Buck, James B
Butler, Miss G Annie
Bulgur, J B
Burney, J II
Burn*i .Mrs Elizabeth
Htishnell, J 11
Burn, John O
Budd, Thomus G
Cl nrkc, Alicbncl
Cnrday, David B
<JaiT«r, John E
Cary, John S
Clurk, Miss Sarah L
Campbell, P B
Crandall, B H
Cannon, Mrs Aline C
Crayon, A J
Chapman, Dr Jus
Clurk, Miss Sarah
Claghorn, VV S
Clmpin, Edward W
Calvilffc, Henry L
Cassidy, Hugh E
Crauford, F W
Cercoply, Mrs Jane
Christie, Capt L
Coskoy, C A
Cooper, Miss E G
Church, D M
Canford, E'runccs M
Caking, Mr Butcher
TO THE LADIES.
Ur that plottscs the Ladies, with —
out injuring his rival,is quite as likely to plouec half the
world.us ho who vainly strives to plcusethn whole of it.
The undersigned, in order to carryout this uxiom, Ims
summoned to his Court, 100 Brymi-st., those celebra
ted fashioners of Ladies’ lcct, King,English, McCur
dy and Ryan. They are now rendy to report the
stylo, finish and workmanship of those Ladies hlioca
of every name utid kind, which have the power, In
tlioir beauty, not only to conquer the taste and chant
tlio eye like tlio Purthcons of ctd, but the undcrsignci
tlutteis himself, that like tlio Romans, they will no
only make conquests, but, what is better, retain them
sept 22 Smo FRANCIS KOPMAN.
rpiIE Undersigned respectfully inform the public
A generally, that they have engaged the services of
Mr. B. S. HORNER, lato Cutter ut Messrs. Robinson
& Camp, who will bo happy to see li is-friends and the
citizens generally at the Old Stand, corner of Brough
ton and Wbituker streets—where will be found a
choice selection of Cloths, Cnssimcre*, Vestings, «tc.
nov 6 DIBBLE & CAREY
R oberts, foote & marshall have rc
moved to thoir large, new and convenient Store,
corner of Broughton mid Jefforsou-strcets, opposite Si
Andrew’s Hall, where they are mow opening a largo
uml splendid assortment of Foreign mid Domestic
DRY GOODS, which they offer for snlo exclusively at
wholesale. Merchants from the interior call rely on
their stock being surpassed by Bono iu the country,
and ut prices equally low. They liavo iu store mid
arc now receiving:
100 bales Brown Shirtings und Sheetings,
50 cusc8 Bleached “ •*
50 hales Blankets,
100 cases Kerseys und Lindseys,
25 bales Red Flannels,
10 “ White “
A • a lurge assortment of Ladies’ Dress Good.
Fancy Goods, Cloths, Cassimercs, Tweeds, mid inis
ceiluncous articles usually wanted by merchants from
the country. sept 4
F RENCH CHINA.— Gold Bund und Whito
China Tea and Dinner Sets, together with a com
plete assortment of WRlte China, just opened and foi
sale by (nov 13) COLL1N8&BULKLEY.
Duvis, Robt A
Davidson, MrsS C
Dauiell, Mrs Suruli
Duvis, Mrs Ann M
Davis, Augustus P
Dexter, Miss Elizabeth
Dexter. Win S
Derverger, W J
Dcveaux, Mrs Rosa
Dovcan, Miss Jane
DcMegricr, R E.
Deiuuy, Dun ,
Doviue, Mrs Jcnnctt
Dillon, George W
Dotson, Miss Eleanor
Douglass, John A
Evans, Geo P
Everett, Prof L C
Ellis,TV!iss C M
Ells, C W
Fuust, Miss E
Franklin, Mre Maria E
Farr, Joseph F
Freeborn, Capt James
Freeman, Richard P
Flynn, Miss Mary
Finklea, Geo E
Flynn, Sam B
Fitzsimmons, O P
Fmny, Jus M
Geer, John P
Gcfintiu, George M
Green, Mrs Mary Jane
Griffin, F T
Gibbons, Mrs Harriot
Goldsmith, Miss Murillu
Gould, Mrs Sarah M
Hull. Geo W 8
Hayward, Johu A
Hull, J M
Hal pin, Tliomui
I fay ucs, Joseph
Haskell, G W
HuNkell. Chas P
Hull, Miss Elizabeth J
Ilunliu, James S
Harding, B M
Herring, C P
Hewlett, S M
Henry. Mrs G
I Inline,’ Thomas
Hines, Miss Luuru
Hines, Jos & Brother
lliues, Mrs Elizabeth
llilzhcim, P D
llofcldt, Capt J
Holst, Henri C Edw’d
Howard, J II
Hodgdou, Mark E
llowo, Charles A F
Humphreys & Johnson
Huston, W A
Hufiunn, Miss Mary
lluddleson, John W
limit, Mrs llumudi L
James, Mrs Henry
Jncohson, B B
Jen id. Mr
Jones, Henry Y
Jones, E W
Jones, Mrs Burah A
Jones, G T
Johnson, J R
Jones, John VV
Johnson, Capt A
Jones, Mrs Mary Ann
Jones, A H
Jones, W LouiB
Johnson, Capt A R
Kerwick, Miss Ellen
Kciffcr, James J
Kellogg, A S
Krcnson, Mrs Surah E
Kelly, Michael 8
Kirkland, John L
Knight, James A
Koelicn, Charles W
l.nrun, Jobn O
Laurens, Dr Peter
Larkiu, George S
Leonard, Miss Bridget
Lee, Samuel VV
Libcn, Capt William
Little, Henry M
Loyd, Mrs Mary
Lougan, Charles J
Loveland, Cunt Elijah
Mnckie. Williuiu N
Mucguire, Miss Lizzie
Mansfield, William R
Mallory, E S
Blasters, Jonn C
Maurier, John J
Murtin, Major P M
Miller, Mihs Sarah
Milieu, Miss Mary Anne
Miller, James H
Miller, John BI
Mitchell, Charles W
Bligelon, Miss Blary
Blinnoy, Jr Joseph
Miller, A L-
Miller, D W
Mitchell, Bliss Mary Anue
Blorrisou, Miss Juliuna
Morris, Bliss Blary If
Biorris, Mr* E
Bloorc, Miss Isabella
Morgan, James VV
Bloorc, William L
Moss, BIrs C
Morel, Mrs Andrew
Morton, Alexander C
Mustard, Capt G F
Murphy, Bliss Johannuh
McCormack, Bliss Bridget
BleDoiiuld, Mrs D
Blclntire, John N
McDcrmot, Miss Blary
BlcDonnell Sc. Co, A
Naylor, Mrs Thos J
Nave, Capt W
Nesbit, Tlios C
Nichols, Cunt Amos G
Noughton, Blrs Bridget
Nowluu, Bliss Catherine
Oliver, Bliss Burah
O’Conuel, Maurice E
Oliver, Robt S
O’Connor,, Mrs Johannuh
Ormond, Wm A
Old nor, Jno G
Oglesby, Mrs C A
Pntu rHon. Wiu It
Paine, Robt T
Parsons, Rev J U
Packard, Jos B
Palmer, Blrs Elizabeth A
Patterson, Miss Elizabeth
Pierce, Fredrick L -
Pierce, Geo B
Phillips, Bliss Mary
Pftinati Bliss Anna E
Pritchard, T U
"Philpot Jas C
Pundergrast, Jr Michael
Prescott, Jno W
Perry, Suniuel 8
Reynolds, J BI
•Remington, Win A
Ryan, Thomas T
Rico, Jas Jr
Riley, Miss Catherine
Hollins, Henry B
Rogers, It A
Robinson 8c Eldrcd
Russell, L S
Rutledge, Blrs N II
RuxbrII, Bliss Nicy
Bhcppuvd, Will H
Spencer, II II
Stewart, Bliss Pooler
Spear, Jno A
Street, D A
Stevens, Capt Clius
Snead, Miss F. A
Simms, James BI
Smith, Bliss E BI
Shiver, Blrs Susau
Smith, Miss E C
8pei8scgor, Mrs Blartha
Smith, James I)
Silvu, Miss Julia A
Strickland, Bliss Josephine
Smith, llenry P.
Simpson,' Amos B
Sousa, Y D
Shuliiat.-y, Capt P
Tnylor, Jliss Harriet
Taylor, Mr. Alexander
Taylor, Mrs Mary
Tcheuii, Mrs 1
Thetis, B T
Tlieus, Blrs B O
Timmons, John D
Taylor, VV M
Tliyull, Capt Edward
Toonoiiowo Division Re
Thompson, Capt Charles
Towusuud, John C
Thompson, Bliss H S
Thompson, Blrs J
Turner, Stephen A
Will pit. JlllllCM
Walls, Blrs S S
Walles, Mrs W 8
Wuring, James A
Waring, J F
Wurd, Georgia C
Walls, J VV
Whcelen, Rev John
Wescott J P
Wells, Elizabeth M
William, T G
VVilson, C G
Willy, W B
White, Miss Mury
Williams, L F
Winkler, Miss L E
Wiggins, J 8
Young, E It
Young, Harah M
Young G 8 .
Yowers, Isaac BI
B. Bf. BfOREL, P. M.
MBS. S. TOMBS,
No. 15 Barnard Street*
OPENS THIS DAY, her Fall Stock of
W&M the latest styles-of Fashionublo BliLLI-
Blrs. T. respectfully solicits the inspection
of the ladies of Suvannah to her choice selections of
BONNETS und RIBBONS.
N. B.—I)rE88-BIakino in all its lirnnches. .ly ocl20
MBS. J. F. DOE,
No. 10 Barnard Street.
OPENS THIS DAY, her Fall stock of
FASHIONABLE BHLLINERY, nud invitos
the Ladies to an inspection of her elegant
wW' assortment of Boiqmts, Ribbonr, Flowers,
Laces, Gloves, Combs, Read Bags, Fancy Caps, Ro
settes, and a choice selection of Crimp and Velvet
Ribbons, for Dresses.ly , * oct 20
Fall of Poland, containing an Analytical and >TO-
sophical account of U10 causes which cofittdred in
tlio ruin of that nation, together with a history of
the country from its orfciu. By L. C. SXxtoN,
New-York : Charles Scribner.
This iu a work of much historical intcreat, in
two volumes. The author has been industrious
in his researches, nml more scrupulous in re
gard to accuracy in dotaila than in the style of
tiis composition. He manifests throughout his
pages a lively sympathy with the Polish Na
tion, and his volumes place the great strugglo
for Polish independence before the world itf its
Moby Disk; or, The Whale. By IIxrman Mklvillk^
Now York: Harper & Brothers.
The rending public will greet with pleasure
another work from Mr. Melville, in that field
of romnhco where ho has won so ninny laurels.
Ilo is ut homo in this book among the whales ,
and whalers, harpoons and habergeons. The ^ Jf
tradition of the Nantucket whalemen has fur
nished him a fine subject for the display of Ilia
peculiar talent for the delineation of nautical
character nnd life.
Olive t.eaves. By Mr*. Sigourney. New York:
Robert Carter 8c Brothers.
The accomplished authoress of this fittfo vo
lume has not attempted any thing great, but sho
has succeeded in making something very good.
It is a work for children. Short sketches, tulcs
und verses, intending, as it would appear by its
hiuding and gift, to be for holiday presents. Mrs.
Sigourney’s hooks arc alwuys safe for such a
purpose. Tho engravings uro pretty, especially
that from Landseer’s picturo of Peace.
Legends of the. Flowers. By Susan Pindar. New
York : D. Appleton 8c Co.
Children will be highly entertained by this
pretty book. The dowers arc made to converse
with each other, fahlo fushion, ami t|ius good
morals arc ovolvcd, in n manner which is likely
to impress thorn upon tho mind and heart.
The Young Christian. By Jacob Abbott. Now
York : Harper 8c Brothers.
This is the first volume of a new edition of an ^
oxcellunt series of books for religious instruction.
Each volume, however, is complete in itself in
refcrcnco to the subject which it discusses. Tho
present is dcsignod more particularly to illustrate
the principles of Christiuu duty; Bitch as prayer,
the observance of tho Sabbath day, and the study
of tho Scriptures. Tho evidences of Christianity,
nnd tho objections mado to it by infidels aro also
considered in a clear and convincing manner.
There aro numerous engraving*) in lire volume,
und the style is very captivating. •
The Captains of the Old World. ByllKNvW.HEB*
debt. Now-York: Charlos 8cribnur.
In this volume Mr. IIkkbeut has given us in
teresting sketches of Miltiades, Themistoclcs,
FausatiiuH, Xenophon, Epuminondos* Alexan
der and Hannibal. Wo could have liked the ' !
book better if tlio author had not indulged his
characteristic pedantry in altering tho spelling
of Greek names, ilia purpose would have been 7
served as well had he iuformed us in hiYprtfaco
that ho desired to be considered an extraordinary . *
Romances, Lyrics und Songs. By Bayard TaLOB.
Bostou 1 Ticknur, Rebd 8c Fields.
In this nbut volume are collected some of Mr.
Taylor’s best poetical pieces. Mr. T. has been
charged with imitating Tennyson. This may be
so, but'we confess that wo can hoc no resem
blance between his pocniB nnd those of the Poet
Laureate, than exist botween all fine productions
in a similar vccbc. We would instance “HyW .
in tiiia collection Ui a poem of which Teanyaan
would have a right to he proud. AH Mr. Tit*
ton’s poetry is highly finished, nnd many of Mg? * ,
effusions hoar the impress of true genius.
London Labor and the London Poor. By Ilurer
Mayiusw. New-York: Harpor So Brothers.
This series of lifciiko sketches of the street
characters of tho English metropolis, lias reached
its XVth number. It is well illustrated with por
traits of prominent personages in tho vorious.vag- :
abond professions, which the author describes.—
It is a curious work, containing much knowledge
which a year’s reBidcnco in London would hard
Tlio above hooks are for salo by J. M. Cooper
No. 157 Congress Street.
HAVING RECEIVED, per steamship
Florida, her Full stock of lashioiiuhlo Silk
and Straw Bonnets, Ribbons, Trimmings Air
Dresses, Foalhors,French Flowers, Silks for
Party Dresses, Mantillas, Collars und Under-Sleeves,
respectfully invites the attention of Ladiotf to her
Storo, No. 157 Cougrcss-st. . *
ra 6 * All the above Goods uro of Mrs. S’s. selcctiou.
* -™ ly
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TAltVGB & TBUCHELtT.
No. 120 Uny Street.
For the sale of oil kinds of Merchandise and Pro
duce, Real Estate, Negroes, Ac., See., at Aucliou or
Private Sale. 1 '
All Persons, here ami else
where, desirous of having
procured for them ^WILD
(IAJIK, Ducks, Kowfe,Tur
keys, 4c., &c„ Ac., slid all oilier iirliclc. up-
ecssary for private use, as well as for balls, and public
occasions und parties,previous notice being given, cuij
have thorn. Orders supplied by leaving a written---
dor for him at Mr. A. Mode’s
soil and Congress street*.
Store, corner of Jeffel-*
HACK, LIVERY, AND SALES STABLE,
At the Old Stand, Whituker:t., near Guard Route,
This well known utalld, Imv- CtVf-jjMr
tug been thurouuhly repaired
in tlio must •uiiMiiiitinl and
cuiiifurlulilc lilii11ticr, with II good Lot at
tached, is now open to receive Drovers, Traveller*,
and Boarding Horses. Its centra! position renders it
superior a. u SALK and I.IVKIIY BTA1ILE, nnd af
fords facilities not surpassed by uny in the Southern
country. Those who may favor us with their putreu-
a«e will find ovory atumlioH paid them ami tlicir
'' carriages, Buggies, and Saddle Horses for biro.
N. B.—Wo also run n lino of Four
OMttn^sna&oir Horse Mail Couches from Havannuli
o Darien, leaving Savammli Mondays nnd Thursdays
,t 7 o’clock, A., M„ returning Tuosduya aud Fridays.
rS^ Ofllc. kept at tlio Stable.
SAWYER, HOLLISTER te CO.
A. SAWVEO, B. O. HOl.LISTEB, C. U. SAWYER.
Savannah. Oct. 4. 1851. i« ly
DIBBI.E & CABEV,
MERCHANT TAILORS AND DRAPERS,
N. K. Corner Broughton and Whltnker-at.
Keep constantly on.huud a largo and wcll selactcd
stock of Roudy-Mado Clothing,for the season, cogethor
with a varied assortment of Furnishing Articles.
D. Ac. C.’a selections of Cloths, Cassimercs and Vest
ings are from the best sources, and for styles and qual
ity cannot be surpassed by any establishment'inine
country. lr aept
w’KIiAUW.-aj.OOO assorted hrailds, just receivod
Dress lu n Concert Itoom.
We Imve sometimes teen Indies puss a most
uncomfortable evening, from the painful con
sciousness that they were iinpronerly dressed
for the occasion, the most effectual dumper that
can bo throwu upon enjoyment. Now, of
course, we do not intend to he oracular, but wo
would suggest sotno few hints upon tua pro
priety of tno loilntto for n concert room. In the
first place, we cun see no excuse grille intro
duction of bonnets. They certainly impede
duction — j...
hauritig, and nro almost always in tho wey of
those uroinid; the broad brim, or “ poke,” as
the English eloquently term it, standing out in
hold relief. Particularly iu our climate, where
there is no duugor from the exposure, a pictur
esque hood or scurf, is much better adapted to
tho service, and is cosilv disposed of. It is not
the stylo now, to dress the huir showily. At the
Northern subscription concert it is almost inva
riably worn without even n iiaud of ribbon.
Hut We do not object to the last, or even to a
sprig of natural flowers i for variety, of course,
adds to tho brilliancy of an audience. Short
sleeves and low corsages should never be worn,
althoug expected in full opera costume. A
plain (tress, with a light shawl or scarf, and white
gloves, is ull- that is expected—fan und opera
glass, rank, of course, among tho essentials,
bus attired, no lady need fear tlio criticism of
her neighbor’s, or bo nnuoyccl by any inconsis
tency in her toiletto, ns sho jrrobohly would
to find her arms the only pair displayed, or her
bend dress the mosi conspicuous of the circle.—
The Contents oe Dead Letters in Etf- ,
gland.—Tho London Times states that during v.
tlio twenty-four mouths from January 5,18-49, to
January A, 1851, there was found in the letters
returned to the dead letter office, no leu thin
one million and a quarter tlerling. Of this im
mense sum £1,226,28218s. Id. was in the shape
of hills, checks, iiolcn of hand, and money orders;
and in hard cash or bank notes, £48,87010s. 4d.
S'* The Jacksonville, Ill., Journal says that
it may not bo generally known that castor oil is
better for lamps than sperm or laid oil, which is
tho fact. Sonic years since, when this oil was
cheaper than oittier of the others, the editors of
that paper used it in their parlor lamps, much
pleased with the result. It give, a white, clear
and beautiful light, and does nos clog the wicks.
It sells in Illinois at one dollar a gallon.
and for i alo by’ («ov U) J- DuMARTIN.
[ggv According to Galignani, the Emperor of
Russia has just ordered 6,000 carriages to bo
built, for the different railways in ht»*mpire, in
order to facilitate the conveyance of troops.
B5**The elections for the National Council of
Switzerland have resulted in the return of 25
Conservatives, 29 Liberals, and 66 Radicals.
J3P Taxation in Bostoa, fur 1851, is at the
rate of ,7 on $1,000.