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SAVANNAH, (GA.) MONDAY, MAY 12, 1856.
Dally. Tii-\V«ekljr and Weekly.
K. 13. HILTON & CO.,
E- B. HILTON, Editor.
V. P. HAM&rOS, } Editor..
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MONDAY 0 O'clock. P. M.
Three Days Later from Europe I
ARRIVAL OP TUP,
New Yoke, May 12, 1850.
The steamship Atlantic has arrived with throe
days Inter intelligence from Europe.
Cotton had declined Id. Thera was only a
moderate hi witless doing.
Sales of the three days 27,000 bales. Specu
lators and exporters took 4,000.
' QUOTATIONS !
Middliug Orleans 0 540
Middling Uplands 04
Trade generally was unchanged.
Flour has advanced 1 shilling.
Wheat lias advanced 1 a 2d.
Indiau corn has advanced 6d.
Consols had declined }.
Money was easy at previous rates.
The political news was unimportant.
Washington Tragedy—Mr, Herbert—Mr.
Clayton, of Delaware—T/x Treaty Making
Washington, May 8tli, 1850.
Tour lenders will loam all the particulars ol
tho tragedy in tills city to-day long bofow the
mall shall convey this letter to you and them.
At tho Mmo 1 write, tho examination of Mr.
Herbert is in progress before a magistrate, and
groat excitement everywhere prevails, and two
parties aro already formed: one of them con*
tendlug tlmt tho shootiug was justlflable, and
the other tlmt it was a wanton murder. The
hitter, however, promptly add in cynical tones
that a member of Congress cannot be condemn
ed in Washington, especially for tho murderof
poor servant. But this is quite a mistake. I
know of no city in tho Union in which the dh*
position to even-handed Justice in stronger than
it Is in this, mid none in which wealth is so lit
tle considered in tho cBtirauto of men. Politi
cal position, with patronage attached, of course
has influeuco among tho suitois for patronage;
but, alas, how fallen is public office in tho es
teem oi these tho moment lie is deprived of that
power! Mr. Herbert iu Congress no doubt re
alized a full share ot adulation from those who
come to this city in pursuit of favora; and now
that lie bus, 11 least for the time, lost position,
the reverso will be but too glariugly manifested.
His early home was Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He
is a lawyer by profession, and unmurried. I do
not tlduk ho cun lip thirty years of age. He is
rather short, of full form, round faco,lioridcom
plexion, brown hair, and light beard about his
chin, llo Is a man of quiet manners, intelligent
conversation and very gentlemanly deportment'
The recent act must be judged upon tho test!
many rendered. They who know him only know
that rash uud harsh conduct is not characteristic
New Youx, May 12.—Nice Brothers, an
American House, have failed, liabilities a mil
lion and a half.
Eighty houses burnt in llong-Kong.
Hermann, A Co's Circular quotes prices in
favor of the buyer, in conscquouce of the con
tiuued increase of receipt* advised by the Asia.
Trade well supplied. The market closed heavy-
Urown, Shipley & Co. quote cotton market de
clined id.; dcclino confined principally to the
lower grades. Consols quiet iu cousequenco of
the now loan of twenty mlllious, they declined
to 91}, but recovered, closing at 924. The
Treaty of Peace has been officially published.
Articles 5th aud 6th, provide for a general am.
nesty and exchange of prisoners. Articles 7th
and 6th admit Turkey luto the political law
and publlo system of Europe, securing the In
dependence of her Territories.
There have been great Ares at Hoag-Koug,
and at Proma in Burmali.
Intelligence from Washington,a-TUe
Panama Difficulty—Herbert** Case*
Washington, Mat U—Amos B. Corwlne,
formerly United States Consol at Panama, has
Leen appointed commissioner to proceed there
uy the steamer which leaves on the 20th inst to
take testimony in relation to the recent massa
cre and robbery at that place.
Mr. Herbert was before tho Circuit Court on
luebeas corpus in an application to be admitted
to bail. The decision of the Coart will be an
nounced to-morrow (Monday).
O«orglau As Jouniul Heading Room.
Oar Reading Room In the Exchange is free to
all subscribers to the Daily Georgian & Journal,
to all contract advertisers In iu columns, to the
Clergy of the city and to strangers iutroduceu
by either of these classes—but to none others.
Tribute of Respect to Got. Trottp*
The Chatham Artillery will, this eveuiog
commencing at 6 o'clock, fire 76 minute gun-.,
u» tribute of respect to their lato honorary
member George M. Troup. The Qring will take
place intuo Park. It is expected that there
will be a full turn oat, not only of the active
but of the honorary members of tho corps. The
probability now is that the evening will be cool
Pennsylvania and jib. Buchanan.—
Philadelphia, May 9.—Mr Buchanan
was notified yesterday, at Lancaster, ot
his nomination for tho Presidency by tho
Pennsylvania Democratic State Conven
tion. Mr. Buchanan accented this com
plimentary nomination, ana endorsed the
resolutions adopted by the" nominating
Outtino a Swill in Bomowed Dbkss.
es.—The Now York Tribute has tolved
a mystery which it saya has puttied many:
why women should trail through the dirty
streots of New York, with costly dresses
made uvera^lnches too long for the wearers
these dresses aro not so mode for the wear
ers,they were originally made for the taller
women, and are borrowed. K person well
skilled in all such matters has ascertained
beyond tho possibility of dispute that
most of the women seen in Broadway
with costly dresses sweeping the pave
ment at their heels, have either borrowed
or bought tho articles second-hand at nil
old clothes shop, where thev let ont such
things by the month, week, day, or for u
Mr. Clayton, among others, addressed the Sen-
ate to-day upon the notice to Denmark in rela
tion to tho Sound Dues. Messrs. Seward, Sum
ner aud hale, were alternately opposed to him,
Mr. Clayton is during this session ultou absent
beenuso of sickness. Ho is a largo, broad man,
with a fleshy neck, chla and jaws, and very
pale. Mis liair is short nnd thick, but perfectly
white. Ills bunds also are line, white and soft.
Bis voice is somewhat husky, and seldom dis
tinct enough until hn has spukeu a few minutes.
Ills appearance and mniuior always impress the
hearer with the feeling that his powors are not
suflicient fora protracted speech; yet lioaften
does speak long and well. Ho wears an open
aud pleasing expression, such as could not fail
to oucourage any ono desirous of approaching
nnd speaking to him. His rank is among the
few great men In the front rank of American
T he question of the Danish Sound Dues Is
most valuable as s precedent. Tbs President
aud the Senate, two-thirds concurring, are com
petent to make a treaty with another power.
Have the President and two-thirds of tho Senate
the power to abrogate a treaty 7 It is answered
list the whole government aro not competent
to abrogate a treaty peacefully without tho cun-
oarroncuof the other power; and It Is furthei
answered that with that concurrence the Presi
dent and the Senate aro Inadequate to abrogate
a treaty—that it requires tbs formal legislation
of Congress, because th t the Constitution de
clares a treaty to he of the nature of the highest
law known to it To this it is replied that the
President aud the Senate may make a new
treaty with a foreign power, and that this new
treaty may abrogate all former treaties betweca
the two powers. It is on points like thee, that
the Senate debate the notice given to Denmark,
and nut that tho notice ought not to beglveuaud
tho treaty abrogated. IstrsaTUL.
Mr. lilshop, a member or (JungresS, testilled
that lie was positively certain that the pistol
was discharged while the.Urnggle was gplug nit.
Three or four, persons were holding him, uud lie
ppeared to bo much exhausted. - .
Cspt. Blouding corroborated the fact that
several sernuits 'were 'pressing a men down
(whom be afterwards ascertained tn be Mr. Her
bert,) previous to and at the time ortho firing of
Oapt Duponts’, testimony was slu confirma
tory of the above.
The examination was continued for five home;
whonlt wss adjourned twill to-morrow. The
riaoner was remanded to the custody of tho
Fnlted States Marshal.
May 9.—The consolidation of Fort Wayne
nnd Ohio, Ohio and Indiana, and of the
Ohio and Pcnsylvania railroads have been
Destruction op A Cotton Mill by Fibe.
—Providence, May 9.—Tho Coton Mill
nt Pawtucket, owned by Thayer & More,
was burnt lost night. Insured for 819,000.
It was used os a Printing Cloths Manufac
Another Treaty with Mexico.—On
tho authority of a letter from Mexico,
which it Inserts, the Journal ofCommcrce
states that our Minister to Mexico has es
sentially adjusted the terms of a Conven
tion with the Comonfort Administration,
by which wo arc to acquire another slice of
Sevebe Storm in Louisiana.—New-
Orlbans, May 8—There was a very severe
storm In this region yesterday. Tho tele
graph wires were prostrated in various
directions, and several bouses blown and
knocked down In Baton Rouge.
Washington, May 9
Senate.—Tho matters to-day in the
Senate consisted of the passing of a num
ber of private bills.
The Senate, in the afternoon, passed
the House Bill granting n million and a
half acres to tho Iowa Railroads.
Mr. James reported n bill amending the
House.—The message’of the Senate
asking for a third eomrJttee of Conference
on the deficiency bill being under consid
eration, Mr. Phelps, dem., of Missouri rose
to defend tho people of his State from the
strange charges brought against them
, resterdny by Mr. Giddingsi of Ohio, that
hey, (the people of Missouri,) were tail
ors and deserved to be hanged. Mr.
G iddings explained that he made the state
ment with reference to a collection of
armed men, organized by those whose
irposo was to usurp the Government.
Mr. Phelps denied this assertion, sav
ing that such an idea only existed in
the distempered imagination of its author.
Tho Mssourians who weut to Kansas in
November nnd December last, were for
maintaining tho laws against scenes
of blood shed properly attributable to
the friends of Mr. Giddiugs and other
The House next appointed a third Com
mittee of conferenc on the deficiency Bill-
The New Mexico contested election
case was discussed this afternoon.
Gov. Johnson and Hon. J. L. Seward—
Among tho arrivals la oar city are his Excellen
cy the Govornor of the State, and tho Hupre-
■entativo of tho 1st Congressional District—
Hon Lames L. Seward. They go to Brnnswick
by to-morrow morning's boat, to attend tho cel
ebration which occurs there next Thursday.
Oar Superior Court mot this morning, His
Honor, Judge Flemino, presiding. Tho Corn-
men Law Docket was culled, aud will occupy
tho Court during this week in its trial.
The Appeal Docket will bo called this day
week, and the Court will proceed to try that
and the Equity Docket, which, together, consti
tute a heavy amount at business. Tho Court
will thou adjourn to allow tho Supremo Court
tho use of the Court Room and the services ot
the gentlemen of the Bur, until tho third Mon
day in June, when it will toko up tho Criminal
As this is a change from tho former modo of
proceeding, and a very excellent one, we
weald call tho attention of jurors and witnesses
to the fact.
It is perhaps necessary for us to mention to
jurors generally that at our last Legislature the
Law was changed, and that the Judgo can keep
them for any length of time, and not as former
ly, be obliged to dlsohurgo thorn at the expira
tion of six days.
We onll tho attention of tho public to tho an
nouncement in our uuvcrtisiug columns, of the
now organization of Mercer University. It is
Isilicved to present strong claims to the support
ortho Southern people. By tho arrangemeut
lor instruction in modern languages a glaring
defect in the hitherto existing curriculum of
studies is now remedied.
Georgia Historical Society.—The
regular Monthly Meeting of the Georgia
Historical Society takes place to-night.
The following band-hill might ho seou posted
up about town in Wilmington lost Saturday:
NICARAGUA HO I
Uen’l IValker the true Avunt Courier.
El Padre Vigil,
Nicaraguan'l Attention > !
Ibth near ut hand, Steamer Orizaba, New Or-
Examination of HtrbvwLiitH Debug in Cere
Washington, May 9.
Although the examination of Mr. Herbert, o!
California, is not yet completed before tho mag
istrate, I rejoice iu tho well grounded eonvlo-
tlon, not lliut he will ho acquitted, but that he
is guiltless of killing except in scl-dsfonce.—
rhut ho wus culpable in carrying a deadly
weapon, aud iu getting into a melee with the
servants, instead of referring the mutter to
their employee, trill not be contended; and to
ihe extent to whioh be was offended, I trust be
may be auhjeoted to appropriate penalties,
or to tho proscribed penalties, whatever they
Congress has to day, (Friday) ended its week's
work, with liulo to show ns to the product As
tho session wears away tho nominations for
the presidency approach, aud business becomes
a boro, Bpccches with party bearings aro alone
thought of. The Deficiency bill is still a foot
ball between the two houses, and they who kick
it do so solely with reference to the party ef
fect. Borne will not voto forlt because it propo
ses to make up a deficiency caused by tho re
moval of troops to Oregon und Washington,
others because it proposes to bring water lute
this city, aud .Mr. Giddiugs because it proposes
topay fur arresting some runaway Kentucky
slaves, who were caught in Ohio.
A great objection has arisen from a palpable
misnnderstundlng. It iaallcgcd that adeficlen-
ey hill la a new thing,—so it ia-,hut it has been in
troduced because of a now state of affaire
Tho fiscal year used to end with the year..
Now It ends in the middle of the year. Then it
was cosy to embrace deficiencies in the new re
gular hill. Now we would have to wait six or
idee months for that. Estimates aro, there
fore, ouiy good guesses, and their errors must be
corrected. I da not see anything unreasonable
in a deficiency hill. If anything ia unreasona
ble, it Is in the arrangemeut which has made it
The debate upon concurring with tho Senate
in this bill took a wide latitude to-day, and gave
H. Winter Davis, of Baltimore, an opportunity
to illustrate his powers ns a debater, whioh he
did nobly, and to the delight and admiration of
the House, ulthough he cut right and left with
grout effect. In denouncing the “ higher law
men” of the present day, he admitted that they
Imd Jefferson as n precedent, and he declared
tlmt tho extremes of Sect sslou and Abolition
had both met on extra constitutional ground in
this respect, though cluiming to ho strict con-
structionists. He was met by Mr. Giddiugs fur
the Korth, and Mr. Bocuck fur tho South, but
they failed to drive him Irorn Ids position.
The advent of Mr. Buchanan will, doubtless,
Interfero with the work of legislation for a few
days, uud then the disposition to labor will he
still less than ever. Ixr ahtial.
*»Yisiting the Minnesota.—Washing-
Ion, May 9.—The Secretary of tho Navy
visited tho war steamer Minnesota,
and witnessed the workingof the machine
ry, and expressed much satisfaction with
the arrangements. The Minnesota will be
ready to proceed to Norfolk in about 6
weeks time, where she will be coppered
and receive armament,&c.
A Beautiful Woman Divorced ebon bee
Husdakd.—Mudclutno Brohnn, the celebrated
actress of the Francais Theatre has been divoro
cd from her Uusbaud. Two years age, only,
die marrago took place, and it caused u great
excitement in the theatrical world. The judg
ment of separation wus rendered very private
ly, und indeed the whole trial was conducted u*
quietly uud secretly us possible. Nuns ut the
curiously iutenutmg details have been allowed
u trausplre, though it is rumored thut the mail,
cause ortho divorce wus a gentle habit of beat
ing his wife, which the husband Indulged iu.
Peer Mudelalne l To beat auch a pretty wumau
a man must have a heart or stone. But the un
ion was ill asserted in every way. He was u
man of a good, though poor family, and hi,
marriage caused a discord with bis relations.
Madeleine was wise in sueing tor a divorce. It
is said that she comes off with all tho honors oi
the law. What 'a host will now Sock about hei
anxious to impose the yoke once more upon hei
superb shoulders and aiy the eyes which have
so often wept at domestic calamities.
A Touching Scene.—The ^Norfolk
American of laat Saturday mentions the
following affecting incident:
Ageutleman well known in oar city,
was the other day walking la one of ou-
Uemetaries, when he heard sobs and ball
uttered exclamations, reudered indistinct
by emotions. The voice was evidently
that of a young person. Turning in the
direction of the sound, be beheld a small
girl, leaning over one of the graves made
last summer, weeping as though her little
heart would break. livery moment almost
she would exclaim—“Father 01 Father,
why dont you come I am waiting foryou."
The gentleman could not ibr some mo
ments speak to her, the effect upon trim
was electrical, and a tear began to form in
He conquered his emotion however, and
learned from her that "they had placed hei
father there, and she wanted him.’
Through the long cold winter she had not
forgotten where her parent was laid and
she had come to seek him. This incident
needs no comment from us, its simplicity
aud beauty must go right to the heart oi
ail who reud of it.
teans SOlh Atau l«.jC. Punctual Attendance
10 o’elk P. it.
L. V. SCRIDEll.
Acuiuuntal Shooting A negro belonging
to Mr. II. IL Uuyier, accidentally shot another
negro, the property of Mr. Waltbour, of Liber
ty county, ou Saturday night. The wound, al
though severe, is not considered dungorous.
Health or SuERirr Jones, of Kansas.
—St. Louis, Muy 9.—Tho Kansas corns-
wndent of the Republican, says that bho-
nff Jones wus Bomewhat better, bat that
his recovery Is still rather doubtful.
The Fatal Sliootlii|f Affray tu Washing*
The examination into the matter of the shoot
ing of the waiter at Williard’s, commenced last
The name ofthe deoeased is Thomas Keating,
a nativo of Irelund.
The district attorney, Mr. Key, appeared for
the United Stutes, and Senator Weller, Mr
Phillips,of Alabama, and Messrs. Bradley and
Batclflfe, appeared for the prisoner, before Jus
tices Smith and Bush who conducted the in
There was an immense crowd in and about
the jail, and much excitement waa manifest
ed. Many members of Congress were pro-
A number of the Borvants belonging to the
hotel were first examined. Their testimony
was somewhat eontradlctoiy,bnttheir evidence
was mainly to the effect that Mr. Herbert came
into tho dining-room at halt-past II o’olock, ac
companied by a friend, and called for breakfast
but being past tbe usual hour he was informed
by the servant that he could not have his meal
without au order from tho oilice. Herbert di
rected several servants who spoko to him on
tbe subject to retire, calling them harsh names.
The deceased made a reply, when Herbert
struck him with his fist or unpin. The deceas
ed picked up a plate or tray, making a move
ment as ifte throw it, when Herbert throw his
Knvannalt Market, Map IB,
COTTON—Tho nmrkol was very quiet this morn
ing, and only 17 bales wsro sold, vis., 44 bsles at
ISJfc, an d cj «t 10JJ.
TH0MA3T0S—For brig J It Counts—110,000 feet
Stock on hand 1st September,
Received this week at this p:>rt...:
Rccclvod previously at this port....
Received at other Toxas *orta
Exportod to Great Britain to dato, .
“ Othor Cmitimmtul ports
“ Now Oi-liiann
“ New York
Demalnlng on hand and on shipboard not
uloared bales 10,260
Tile Amended Bounty Land BUI.
The two Houses of Congress having ei
upon the following hill, amendatory of the boun
ty land acts, it new ouiy requires the signature
of the President of the United States to Iso-
come a law i
AN ACT to amend the act in addition to cere
tula acts granting beauty land to certain oifl-
cera and soldiers who have been engaged iu
the military service of the United States, ap
proved March third, eighteen hundred aud
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the U. Stutes or America In
Uuugress assembled, That in all cases where
a certificate or warrant for bounty land for
any less quantity than ons hundred aud sixty
acres shall have been Issued to auy officer or
Kildier, or to tbe widow or miner child or chil
dren of any officer or soldier, under existing
laws, the evidence upon which such certificate
or warrant was isssued shall be received to es
tablish tho sendee of such ufficcr or soldier iu
dia application of himself, or of his widow or
minor child orchildreu, lor a certificate or war
rant fur so much laud as may he required to
make up the fell sum of ouo hundred uud sixty
seres, on proof of the identity of such officer or
soldier, or, iu case of his deutu, of the marriage
tad identity of bis widow, or, in cose or her
death, of tbe identity of his minor child or
children: Provided, nevcrthilese, That if upon
a review of such evidence of the Gominlssiuuer
of Pensions shall nut he satisfied that the former
certificate or warrant was property grouted, he
,nuy require additional evidcuce us well of the
Lena as of tho fact of service.
Bee. 2. And it further enacted, That in all
cases where a pension has been granted to uny
jfficerer soldier, the evidence upuu which sucu
pension was grauted shall he received to eslub-
isb the service u! such officer or soldier iu his
application for bounty land under existing laws;
and upon proof of his identity us such pcuslouer,
> certificate or warraut may oc issued te;him lor
Vk'UM. Wit. U. IMUls.
WEUU & SAGE,
(Sl’COMSORH TO CAMERON, WWW & OO.
iJUi wnaw <>y
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHEN-WARE,
145 MBBTINO-ST. CHARLESTON» Be 0..
Will supply Country Merdiunts with Goods In tbclr
Uno at a* low rate* us thoy can buy in New
- York, or eUewhcro.
JOHN N. BOWLIN,
ENGINEER, ARCHITECT AND SORVEVOR,
COKNEH OF DRAYTON AND DUYAN-8TH.,
(Abovo €* A* L. Lamar.)
Port uf Snvnunnlt
Bark Globe, Cotton, Charleston, In ballast, to
Bi ighnm, Kelly k Co. n
St hr B Flauuur, Applogit, New York, to Hunter
Bohr Piuuilomo, Brown, Philadelphia, with coal,
to 0 Cohen.
• .Sloop Swallow, Mule. Ogoethoe, with 3000 hush
rough rioo, to Habersham A Sou.
Brig J H Counts, Cooper, Thotnaston—Giles & Co. mutsnunt hhunnek.
Etoaroor Wm Soabroolc, Pock, Charleston, ko—S M
La 111 lean.
Btoamer Wm Scabrook, Pcrtt. Charleston, &c.
Boston, May 7—-Air sebr West Dcunla, Crowoll,
Charleston, May 0—Sid aohr F Dyer, Combs, for
May 10—Cld brig Harriot Nonrllle, Hatch, Jack
Wilmington, May 9—Arr acbr Albion, Russell,
Now York May 8—Arr brig Abby Francla, Gard'
ner, aud uchr W £ Nickels, Savannah.
Cardiff, April 18—Sid Falcon, l’aiten, Savannah.
CtUNK. L. W. wax*. IUCUAJUJ CCKD.
CRANK, WELLS di CO.,
Forwarding And Communion MeiwhanU
BAY-STUKKT, 8 AV ANN All, GA.
Ordors or our 1'ricmU raqtccU'uliy aolieited, and.
executed with tho uluiodt dia patch
Juno 1,1866 jo 20
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(Ollico ut Uio Court Hoobq.)
Will practice iu the superior and Courts of (Jrdl
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Corner of Day and Widtakvr Street•.
.1. i WM. BlAlUii Jr. U. U. 1
OGDEN, STAIUt A CO.,
Skipping utul Commission Merchants,
BAY-8TUSJCT. SAVANNAH. GA.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OOlco 176, Buy-at., over Turner L Co'a. Drug Store
UEUltGK THOU 1 HOWARD,
WILLIAM M. VUNNO,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For Florida aud Southern Georgia Produce,
North Commercial Wharf, Charleston, 8. C.
97 Bay-atreet, Savannah, Ga.
may 7 , dm
FORWARDING AM) CUUUl&ION MERCHANTS,
no. 04 iuY-sntfc&r. savannah, oa,
G. S. RICHARDSON & CO*
RBWtVlN, JiAKUK COUNTY, UKORqiA.
wtu nail or buy lauds, negroes, aud our species ol
property that may be entrusted to their LamU ; be
sides we now bavvou baud several improved places
for sale, containing from one hundred to tivo thous
and acres. mayai—dtrwawly
jrtTOKXKY AT LAW,
THOH.Vi > 1LLK, THOMAS COUNTY, OA.
Alt businerifl entrusted to. his core will receive
prompt attention. lyr—mnrl7
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ffyr OlHeo on Bay street, over tho Bank ot'fcavati
WM. U. GRADY.
lmUNAEU «& GRADY.
IN PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL WORK,
.The Subscribers, thankful for past favors, and re
furring to work hitherto dopo tu tho city, respectful
iy announce thut they wiU'couUuuu to tiovoiu their
personal utlenUou to the wants und favors of tbch
orders through tho PostOOice, or at the raldonco
of either partner, promptly attended to.
may 17 ly
A. McALl-lN Oi BKSTH&5SS
Lumber, Mill aud Brick Yards.
Bept5 HA VANN AH, OA.
PATTISfli, IIUTTON & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
ituy-gtreot, SavanmiD, Ga.
N. 31. CRAWFORD, D. D.
fi P. SANFORD, A. M.,
J. E. WILLLT, A. M.,
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy.
H. H. TUCKER, A. M.,
C. W. Wlsffi, A. M.,
Grcok and Latin Languages.
WILLIAM 0. WOODFIX, A. B ,
K. M. CHAW FORD, I). Ds,
EccleaSadical lli-tory and Biblical Literature.
WILLIAM WILLIAM. 4 , A. M.,
Systematic and Pastoral Theology.
THOMAS A. BEAU, Principal.
Tho Commencement is held ou tho lust Wednesday
Tho next Totm will commence on tholoBtWod-
nesday In August.
The prico of Uonr l in the vlllago U 810 per month;
wash lug, room rent, fuel, Ac., 83.
By irder of tho Board of Tru.-ieea.
my 12 2m S. LANDRUM, Secretary.
WHARF TO RENT.
P ADELFOHD’S Wharf, next wcht ofthe low
er .steam Rice Mill, one hundred and fitly loot
iVout, to rent on reasonable terms, l’ossossiou given
1st November next.
may 12 PADELFORD, FAY fc CO.
U. LOCKETT. U. D. riAXLUXbb.
LOCKETT & SNELLlftUS,
Will attend to tho selling of all kiudu of produce,
StrictuttonUon given to receiving aud forwarding
goods. may 31 ly
.luctiou oc Commission House, Macon, On.
A. it. McLaughlin,
General Agent and Auctioneer,
Solicit* from hid friend* coudignmentti of every
dedcripUou. Take* order* for Coltou.
4»~ Special munition given to tbo aalca of lieu!
Uuto, cituciu und Negro property, ut public and
pnrateditled. J'ruinjtt feturm and Uiqtatdi.
Heforenco—0. A. L. 1.AMAR. mch 30
Police Court.—David Malono wilt lined ten
dollar* for disorderly driving.
E. Mycr, for improper conduct was lined Qvo
dollars and costs.
John Miller, found drunk and uslucp in the
street, flued two dollars and costs.
Fibr.—About one o’clock on Sunday morn
ing, Clark and Luddy, of the foot police, discov
ered an unuauul light in the drug store of Messrs.
A. A. Solomons & Co. They immediately ar
oused tho clerk, who alcpt In tho etore, and
lioo, % Mrioa* ooaflagnttioa would Uvt revolted.
chair at the deceased, the latter returning the
assault with the plate.
During tho melee, Patrick, a brother of the
deceased, entered, having heard of the proceed
ings, when Herbert seized him, and the two
brothers closed on Herbert. The struggle now
became Intensely exciting, and a» it proceeded
crockery and chairs were broken profusely by
the parties to the contest. The Austrian Minis
ter was present as a spectator, quietly beholding
what was occurring, and did not move until he
went up to the mau whom Herbert shot to as
certain whether he was dead.
Got. McKay testilled that he saw, when he en
tered tho dining room, six or seven persons in a
scuffle and thought it was a general light among
tho stewards of tbe hotel, but he beheld one of
the servants knock down Mr. Gardiner with a
chair. Ho saw three servants striking Mr. Her
bert and holding him by the wrists. One of
them struck him with u chair, when witness
seized a chair to dofeud Herbert, wbo was sink
ing under tho waigbt of those upon him. Gard
iner was beating them promiscuously. Alter
Herbert flred bis pistol the other two servants
still clinched him. Mr. Smith rushed forward
with a oaue, saying, “If you don’t release him
i’ll kill you?" Mr. Herbert was iqjared, aud the
witness placed a patch on his nose. Herbert’s
pistol was a single barrel.
Oupt. J. Sruitu cantlrmed Col. McKay’s state
ment, saying a fcowd of servants had Mr. Her
c tic quantity of land t'j which he shall be enti
tled; and iu case ofthe death of such pensioned
jflker or soldier, his widow shall be entitled to
i certificate or warraut for the same quautity ol
laud to which her husband Would have
oceu entitled if llviug, upon proof thut she
is such widow, and m ease of the dutch
A such officer or suldier, leaving a mi
nor child or children aud no widow, or where
the widow rosy have deceased before tbe issu-
mg of any certificate or warrant, such uiluor
child or cbildreu shall he eutitled to a certifi
cate or warrant for the same quantity of laud
as the father would have becu eutitled to re
ceive if living, upou proof of tUe decease of the
lather aud mother: Provided, Neverthelees,
That if, upon a revision of such evidence, the
Commissioners of Pensions shall not be satisfied
that the pension was properly granted, he may
require additional evideuue us well of iho term
us of tbe fact of service.
tiec. 3. And be it further enacted, That so
much of the third section of the "Act tu uddi-
cion to certain acts granting bounty laud to cer
tain officers and soldiers who have been engaged
in the military service of the Uuited Stales,'’
approved March the third, eiguteen huudred
aud fifty-five, as requires tue party claiming u
certificate or warraut under the provisions of
said act to establish his or her right thereto by
record evidence of tho service for which eucu
certificate or warrant has beeu or muy be claim
ed, be aud the same is hereby repealed; uud pa
rol evidence, where no record evidence exists,
may be admitted to prove the service periorm-
ed, under such rules and regulations us iho Com
missioner of Peusiouamuy prescribe.
Bee. 4. And belt further enacted, That the
eighth section of the uct above mentioned, up-
proved the third duy of March, iu tho year
eighteen hundred and fifty-five, shall becon*tru-
ea as embracing officers, marines, seamen, and
other persons engaged in the naval service of
the Uuited States during the Revolutionary war,
and the widows and minor children of uli such
'Officers, marines, seamen, and otheifpersons en
gaged os aforesaid.
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the
provisions of tbe said act shall extend to all
persons who have served as voluuteers with the
armed forces of the United States, subject to
military orders for the space of fourteeu days,
in any of the wars specified iu tbe first sectiou
of the said act whetfier such persons were or
were not mustered luto the service of the Uuited
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the
widows aud minor children of ull such persous
as are specified in the last preceding section of
this act, and are now deud, shall be entitled to
tbe same privileges us the widows uud minor
children of the beneficiaries named iu the uct
to which this is un amendment.
Sec. 7. And belt furrherenacted. That where
any compauy, battalion or regiment, in an or
ganized form, marched more than twenty miles
to the place where they were mustered into the
service of the United States, orjwcre discharged
more thou twenty miles from the place
where such company, battalion or regimeut
was organized, in all such coses, iu com
puting tho length of service of the
officers and soldiers of any such company, bat
talion, or regiment, thero shall bo allowed one
day for every twenty miles from tho place where
the company, battalion, or regiment was organ
ized to the place where the same was mustered
iuto the servico of the United States; and also
one day for every twenty railfcs from the place
where such company, battalion, or regiment
was disobarged to tue place where it wasor-
ganlzed and from whence it marched toeuter
the service: Provided, That such march was iu
obedience to the commuud or direction of the
President ofthe United States, or some general
officer of the United States commanuiug uu
army ordepartmeut,or the chief executive of
ficer of the State or Territory by which such
company, battulion, or regimout was called iuto
German Lire Company No. IU.
ATTENTION.—'Uio mooting of the
Germuu Firo Company baa boon pest-
mined until MONDAY EVENING, tint
12th in.'it,, tit 8 u'-clouk, at tbo Fire-
iul-li’* Hull, at tho request of govern I member*.
IJlVI ti HART,
F. 0. Cant, Scc’y. 1st Foreman.
BRUNSWICK CITY, GEORGIA.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF BUILDING LOTS
'Thu proprietors ol the city of Brunswick
[OBh hereby give notice tlmt a purvmntory sale
I'bruo Hundred oiiglblu B'.ilidlug Lot*
_jaSL\vlll take plauu, ut Public Auction, ut thu
o^iutuui pa Hoa-iC, la *uid city, ou Thursday, May
loth, Ib&o, ut 12 o'clock, uouu. ;-n!o positive, to
tho highest bidder. Tcnui—lOpor com. cash, ou
the day of halo—Imlaiwe ia unuuai puymeuU of 10
per ceut. Faymauti. with interest, secured ou the
property. Wmramee deed* given. Title perfect.
The Tort of Brunswick lies about midway on tho
coast of Ueurgta, iu lutltudo 31 north, lougUudo
81:30. Tho harbor affords the beat aui horuge, and
li nccea-ilblo at all time* to merchautmtu of tho
lurge-it class. Surveys have been made bv order
of tho Navy Department, preliminary to tho C3tab-
Uihment of a Naval Depot The port und city of
Brunswick hold out commercial and maritime ad
vuut-igos superior to thoio possessed by any other
south of thu t.Uiuupouku Bay. Tho climate is
healthy at utl fcoasui.s.
The Brunswick nod Florida Railroad Company
propose to open the first division of tlmir Road,
from Brunswick to the St. Ilia River, on the duy of
sale—being the day on which thu stockholders of
that G-nnpany will hold their annual meeting.
Further particulars may be had at tho oillco of
tho Company. 4 Wall street, New York, or of Col.
Charles L. Soulatter, Chior Englnuor Bruuswick and
Florida Railroad, Brunswick, Georgia
II. G. WHEELER, secretary.
New York, March 3d, 1850. I*. C. B.
luuml tho light to he caused by tho burning of t ^
a barrel or oil. OutfertiiovigllanceortlMpo. birtVu tusl“powir, »Wklag Ulm on tire hwd
With plttMiCO.: \ -
P«r ichr B Fianuer, rrora Now York—Homer &
Gammoll, Brigham, Kolly k On. Bell 6c TrontlsH, M
A Cohon, Crauo. Wolls k Co, Cohens k Hortz, Iron
8t«amboat Uo, Claghorn k Cuoulugliain. Fruukllu A
Brantley, Holcombe, Johnson A co. Hudmn, Flcio-
lug 6: Co, 0 A L Lamar, MoUahon A Doyle, Ogden
fctarr k Co, Patten, Hutton * Co, E Humous A Co!
Rabun A Bmltb, Huso, Davis A Long, J Rynn, Way
* 7 After, Wayns, GrtcvUlo A Co, Yoaga A Frlsrsou
COD FISH, MACKEREL AND HER
T JUST received 5 hhtls choice Cod Fish 20 bbls
O eilraNo laud No. 2 Mnckerol: iD do extra
Pickle Herrings, 60 boxes Smokod Ilarrlngs lu storo
and for sale by
muy 10 Comer Broghtrm A Bruy ton Ms,
C HAMPAGNE—12 basket* genuiuo Heidsic
Champagne lu store uud lor sale by
may 10 OcTAVUS COHEN,
BRUNSWICK & FLORIDA R. ROAD.
NEW MARBLE YARD,
OppositeLauniUt uve UantUry, Suv
Murine Monument*, Toiub* amt Grave aiunve^furQ-
Rkud ou reasuuable term*. Order* to*-
J. C. RUSE. J. U. UAVB. W. U. LOMi
RUSE. DAVIS «9k LONG,
W. n. FAHRKU.. L. A. U. PAUJOAXT.
W. II. FARRELL «S» CO.,
Choice Family Groceries—Foreign and
Comer Broughton and Whitakcr-ut&
Towu and Country auppiled with chuico good* at
low price*. All order* promptly attended to, aud
ezutiiiictioii alway* guaranteed. sept lb
T. U. CLARKE A CO.
PRODUCE AMO COMMISSION MeRCHATS
All order* promptly und thithTuuy executed.
T1SON U MAURA Y, T. IS. t'LztURE,
Saviuiuah, Go. Knoxville, Teun.
WAYNE, GRENVILLE CO.,
COMMISSION AND *• OlttVAUDiNu .
thus. s. wayne. c. e. grenville.
K. iVLEX. WAYNE, W. T. SAili'LE,
jy o—tf Suvaunub. Clmtiiinooga.
— r j 0LEi
No. 11, Whittaker street, (two door* from Bryan, (
WHOLESALE AND 1WTA1L DkALKH IN
SasluiN, illliKl*, Duoiw, Paint*, uiU, Vai’-
iiisliL-*, Window Gtawi, Putty, tfc.
l'aluter*’, Graiuera’ uud ArtUu’ Drushca
White wash Head* and Du* ter*, Dry und
'•lIPjfWjUxed 1'aiut* of every description, Artist* 1
coiwr* in tube*, Prepared Vuuvtue, kc.
I'.U’Eit HjLNGLS'Gg, BORDERS AND FIRE BOARD
Room* prepared with noatnoas and despatch.—
Uou*u, Slgu and ship Painting, Oildlug, Graining and
Glazing done in the beat *tylo uuu at muaeruu
All order* trom tho country promptly attnuded
to. mch 28—ly
FRENCH CHINA, WHITE GRANITE
H. lit HILTON,
ATTORNEY and OjCNSI 1-LOlt AT 1AW.
Office ceriitr of Jtay and 1 rnytou-ita.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 8, Drayton Street, Savannah, Georgia,
JOHN 51. 5liLLEN,“
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Otflco Monument Fquaro, near stato Dunk.
ATT01LVEY AT LAW,
David g. Wilds,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practico In thu cuuutie* of Hancock, Warren,
WonhUigtou, and Baldwin.
1U»iatK.\u»—Boku & Poster, Rabun k Smith, and
E. A. Soullard, Savaunuh, JnnW
.WMt C. CONNELLY,
AT T OUNEY AT LAW,
tllHAA, WOJtTU OOLXTV, GA., (PuST 0mtX. AUUNV.J
Will praetldo iu tho Southern Circuit, nuti in Ma«>u,
Dooly and Worth CouuUva ot the Macon Circuit.
jtttr Particular atlentlou given to the collection ol
cEim* in Soulh-Woriteru Oei-rgla. jf2—um
A T T 0 li N K Y AIJ.AW,
febl»ly iuwixton, oa.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ap6~ly macon, ua.
t. wminivi "
ATTOltNUY AT LAW,
HUNKUX, UCAldi CO., UA.
Will attend to prufc*t.iunul busineea lu tho Oouitiea
of linuru, Carroll, Campbell, Coweta, Fayette, Meri
wether uud 'Troup.
Rclurunco—lion. E. Y. 11111, IaiGrange, Uu.; ihn.
David li win, Marietta, Ou.; Colonel M. M. 'lid well,
ruyelteviilu, Gu,; uud Mr. WiiUum Doughuty. Co*
' "AVMTST BXKISSCGr
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.j^OOloo over Tlioma* M. Turner It Co.’* Drug
Store, Bay atreet. my?
ja*. *. hook. Mtu>. T. l
HOOK da TKBEAU,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
KAXUKKSV UXK, UCoKUIA.
Will practiHO iu Wa*hlugtou, Jelfertou, Scrlvcn,
arke. Emanuel. Tulltiuli. and Muutcoincrv of lha
Burke, Emanuel, Tultnuii, und Montgomery of the
Middle Circuit, und WiUlunou of thu Octuuigee Cir
5i. WHIT S5UTH,
A T T 0 It N 1SYATLAW,
AJOJiiATun, yjibi ywnwjt.
Will practice iu thu Eu*tern unu Southern Counties.
Ruler to—Col. S. S. Sibley, und R. D. Hilton, Fa-
CHAS. int UAitlPDELL,
ATTORNEY A T L A W,
UJ I.M3Ai KVILLK, UA.
Practices Ijiw iu tliu various Couutlo* of tho Oc
mtilgeu Circuit, and tbe a«|Joiuiug CouuUos of Twiggs,
liiurcu* and Wuahiugtou.
Refer to—Julin Boston, H. A. Crune, and B. B
JA*. W. UKKriV. U. F. hit OUT.
GREEN dfe S5IOOT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
nct20 TUOJtASTON, OA.
ATTOHNLY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Commissioner efthe U. S. Court of Claim for
the Slate of Gtorgiu.
Office Corner Ray uud Bn.i atrc«U.
Dll. UU ARLES H. COLDJNGT**
OFFICE CORNER li CEL .LSD WHITAKER fcTS.
Ru-ldeuoo No. 14 Eiboity atreet, ouo door ive«t of
J~ W. PATTERSON,
ATi'Oh.sEY AND COCNsELl.Oll AT LAW,
Troupville, Lowudc* County, bu. (my 11
a. W. RAKElir
A1TOUNEY AND t.bCNcLLLOR AT LAW,
Moutico lu, Jeltei ton County, Hr.
Reference—lion. W. B. Fuxu.su, bavunnali, Ga.
EDWARD G. WILSON,
MAC1.V1R.V1E, Nb'TARV AND COMMISSIONER
At Mo*ar*. Ward & Owuii*’ Law Olllcu. [tnyll
josstfr uan au rr
ATTORNEY A.T LAW.
Oillco, Buyfct.'oo(,uvur the heading Boom of Urn
Republican, cntiaucu immeuiateiy ctutof Mtraia.
Puce k Veauer’*. tnayll
WILLIAM H. DASHER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT DAW,
Troupville, Lowndes County, Ga.
Will practlcu mlDomu*, Lowut ej, Uiuck, Ware,
Appling, Ttlfuir, irwiu, Laurens, and Pulaski
counties, Georgia; auum Jeffeiaui),MaUl*ou, Hutu-
iltou, und Columbiacoi ntie*, l-lcriua. [tnyll
wan tn wxujam*._ TitAtmxc*l ouvut. jack brown.
AND GLASS WARE.
145 HKimxo OTitm. auiiLS»ro.v, sotmi carousa.
« Tho subscriber* respectluliy solicit
from tho traveling public, uu iudpcctiou 1
of their stock ol French aud Etigdsh
Chlua, iu pluiu white, gold hand, aud
decurated dinner, dc*ert, bruaiffasl, tea, toilet, tetu-a-
tele set* aud vase*. Also, Cup* uud saucer*, Ac., oi
thu celebrated cevroa China. White bnuiitc-of Uk
best mauuiiVcturer*. Rich cut French, LuglKh aud
Thoy have a variety of ornamentd in l’ari»k.„
Ware, Busts of Calhoun, Clay, Webster, antt uhorr,
and tutucits of tho Greek Have, Vemu de Mcdiclt,
They liavo also a beautiful, durable uud ckoap arti-
dolor doors uud heal ths, of
Pitdn uud JCut uostic Tllca*
Their slock being very general, carefully selected
aud Importod direct, oiler* inducement* to merchants
u* well a* families, to whom good* will be put up ut
the lowest rate* lor cu*h.
WEBB k SAGE, Importer*,
auRcoHsor* to Cameron, Webb A Co.
WILLIAMS, OLIVER BROWN,
attorneys at law.
Bu'tna Vista, Muriou county, Ga.,
Will practice m the counties ot Marlon, Macon, Horn -
to.., t.t.wart, ratido.ph, Muscogee, Lee, uud uny
adjoining couutic-s, vsturc ileiravi vice* muy be
repdieu. my 11
J DHA R. COLHRAAE,
ATTORNEY AT EAW,
Dublin, Lauren* county■, ba,, iuto Junior partner of
i* hereby given that the Auuual
Meeting of the Stockholders of this Coinpuuy
will bo held at tlm Oglethorpe House, iu tho city of
Bruuswick, Georgia, on Thursday, Muy 16tli, lB&ii,
at 10 o’clock, A. M., lor tho election of Directors for
tho ensuing year, an l for tho transaction of bucIv
other business as may bo prosouted.
The Compauy propose to open the first division of
their Road, from Brunswick to tho Bt. Ilia River,
ou the day above named.
ay order of the Board of Director*.
H. G. WHEELER, Secretary,
B. & F. U. R. Compauy.
WOOD AND LU5IBER.~
A LL kind* of Wood, Boards, Planks, Joist,
— — —. a minus, a uiow,
Timber, tihinglee, Light-wood, Posts, Eastern
Laths and Failings, for sulo, at wholesale nnd retail,
low for cash, ou the uew wharf recoutly erected on
tho Lumber Yard or Robort A. Allen A Co.
mar 12—ly WM. J. L. MOULTOfc’
☆ OXiOTHINCr J\
1 DOOlt WEST OF TUE REPUBLICAN READING UOUM.
Clothing ; llal*
and Cups, Hurts,
aud Vostlugs, will
uo mado to meu-
ubio iu stylo
• Orders from city aud couuty solicited. JSf
JOHN S. NOHRIS,
500 V CORN just received and for
tmiy7 CRANE, WELLS t CO.
rjODOTSHIP AND MARRIAGE i|or. The
\J Joys and uorr .ws of American Ule. By Mrs.
The Throe SlarrlnBes; or Life at a Walcrlns I'feco.
Tho rirut and siccoud Marriages; or, Tho Courte
sies of Weddod Life.
India; The Ro.rrl of I’oarl River. By Mrs. South-
Plillly & Kit. By Caroliuo Cliesoburo.
Introduction to Social Science. By Geo. H. Cul
Berenice. A novot.
Colombo, from thu Frouch of Morlincr.
Tim ChrUlau LUoj its Hopos, it* Fcura, and ita
Closo. By Thomas Arnold, of Rugby fcchool.
Madeira, Portugal and Spain.
Slaziul, Sbukspcuro Paper*, Hiawatha, AtUoho at
Madrid, Puri* Sight*, Boccaccio, Docamorou, Widow
BcduU, Napoleon Corrospondouco, Abbott's Nano-
tcou, Me., kv
mmqO W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
H AVING resumed the practice of Ills profes
sion, oiler* hi* dec vice* tohl* friend* and tho
public us au Archiloct aud .superintendent.
Deslgus fot any jiart of iho country supplied and
oxeuulud iu all the various brandies of hi* profes
sion, such a* Publio Edifices, Store*, Dwellings,
Mmiumeut*, kc. Thoroughly Fire Proof Htorcs de
signed aud executed. Cilice ut preseut in Bay Lauo,
rear of the Custom House. jun 3—ly
the firm of A. M J. Cocukaxe, liwlutou, Ga., wifi
atteua pron.p'.iv to nd btisinoiS emrustod to hi*
cure. Pat liui.ar utt.'i.t.on paid to cbLecttng. Ka-
fcroucc—hr, C. D. Guyton, F. H. Rowe, Dublin,
Ga., M Mar.»li, savan iah. myll
JlflSSK T. BERAAIU),
)RNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Rofortnco—George E. Brown, William Dell, New-
m.n>vil.e, Fiu., R. B. H.Rou, Boston k ViUalonga,
*■ “ u
bavunnuh, Ga. ntyll
hudsunTflehiin GdlCO., ~
Fnctor* and C’oiuiuUtlou Mcrcfaaitti,
*Vo. 94 Day Street, Savannuh, Ga.,
fPEMUEU their set vice* to piuuteru, merchant*
X und ueu:et>, in U u --ate ot cotton auu all other
couutry produce, lton.g connected In busiuess with
Hut’Ki.N*, Uuwo.v k Co., ul Churiestuu, the fetttbih.h-
luent of uu office iu this city will uiford our tiIcon*
choice oi marketBtrivt attention will bo given to
Uusiuos*, and the u*u:4 ludiitleB uUbrdea custo
J- R. HUDSON, )
W. B. FLEMING, / Savannah.
LAUE'Ul llUl-iwlNc, Augusta,
my 11—tf coHEN. Chaslcstou.
nUi-EElt (W tUEtt/I, Di'iniUB,
OFFICE over Dewitt & Mor
gan’* store on Congro.-s street, offer
their proUtasiunal *crvicce to the
i^i public, ct nfident. from long ext>eit-
cuce und pa>t succo**, that in all case*, tuey Wilt
render eutiro eati.-factioii. uet 2 tT
LEACHED SH1UTINGS.- lO coscR 3-4,7*
and 4 4 Bleached Shlrllugs, different styles
u*t received and Tor solo by
mar It LADSON & ROGERS.
Dr*. HOY ALL & JOHNSON,
Deniiriis, office corner Jullou-.-t.
anti Mnrket Square, over S. WU-
mot’s jewelry store. Offico huun
irom 8 to 2 o’clock, uud from 3 Ut U.
umr 11 com
DU. BAUNES, Dentist—Per.
form* all otieralion* lu hi* line in the
pnost upproved. manner. Office oa
Broughton street, opftosito Wee no’s
llardwuro store, dec 22
DR8. EEF'EEU « WILCOX, beiiUltl.
I/O It SALliL—25,000 bushels Corn to arrive.
JU m»>8 YOUNG & WYAIT.
OLOUUD LAWNS AND CAMURIU&-
Jurit received per bteamcr Alabama from New
aud fur nale by
J. W. THRELKELD,
*pu7 Cungreu and Whiuktr sUect*.
'—10 bbl* choice Mouuugabela whisky, very old
uud pure. Just received por KoyaUtuo 8tato, uud
for sale by
>»ay7 lot CHAS. A. GltKINKR,
IME—1000 bbl*. Limo lauding per schooner
Maine Law, aud fur sale by
tnay7 BRIGHAM, KELLY & CO.
H AY—CO boles'"Prime Northern Hay laud-
tug per brig Plrllura, and for Milo by
BRIGHAM. KELLY 4: (X).
' TORY 1?KA.
OA A'SACKS oi “ Toiy” Pea. For side by
dUVJVJ aprS5 W. DUNCAN.
ARE now fUlly prepared to in
sert full or partiui sett* of Teeth
on tho principio of Dr. J. Allens'*
Patent Continuous Gum, By this
improvement, the form of the face cuu be restored to
any degree of rotuudity that may bo desired. Ill*
applicable in ull case* where the cheek* have lulled
in und cannot be detected by the closest observer.—
This method combines the following i 'Ivuntugc*:—
Au artificial gum, which exhibit* a perfectly natural
und life-like appearance, uud impart* to tho tlieeth
that pccuilur expression which characterize* tho na
This Gum consist* of a filiations compound which
Is applied aud fused upon tho Teeth and Plate lo auch
a manner, a* lu QU up ull tho interstices around tho
base of tho Teeth, and oUp unites them flruily to
each other and to tho l’luto upon which they uro
sett. 'This scouro* porfect clcauliuo** ol tho 'Teeth,
Oillco over DeWRt k Morgan, Uungreu street.
itV BapubUcia and Gsorgun copy, fab 16—tf