VOL. XXXVUI [OLD SERIES.]
SAVANNAH, (GA.) WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1850.
GEORGIAN & JOURNAL.
Dally. Tri-Weekly and Weekly.
K. B. HILTON & CO.,
B. B. HILTOK, - - - - Editor.
S. P^HAMIlVoN, } AMUtant Editors.
Dally Paim,per year, In »av«iue...n.00
'I'ri-wcfcly Paper a.oo
Weekly Paper. 1.00
WKDNKBDAY a O'clock, P. II.
UeorglMi it Journal RewlliiK Room.
Our Reading Room iu the Exchange is free to
all aubwribora to the Daily Georgian 4- Journal,
to all contraet advertlaera in tta column., to the
Clergy of the city and to Btrangera introduced
by either of the* clanaes—hut to nonr oHurt.
Pureuant to a call of Hla Honor, the Mayor, a
meetingofa portion of the citizen, met in the
Connell Chamber. Bin Honor, E. C. Anderson,
Mayor, was called to the Chair, and E. A. Son.-
lino was requested to net os Secretary.
The iollotring resolution was offered by Wm.
B. Hodgson, Esq., and passed by the meeting.
RetolcedB That the Mayor and Aldermen
are hereby instructed to subscribe two hundred
thousand dollars to the Atlantic & Gulf Rail
road, so soon as they are assured that the sum
of four hundred thousand dollare has been sub
scribed, bona fide, to said road by other parties.
On mution of Col. Lawton, tho meeting ad
E. C. ANDERSON, Chairman,
E. A. Socllakd, Secretary.
The ‘ * ~
Remark, of tho Northern Press
upon Hr. Herbert.
There it no greater evil at the present time
exiitlng than the license of the Northern Press
in regard to certain matters.
Upon the moat meagre telegraphic dispatch
es they Indite the most dcnunciatoiy articles
upon any subject, however important it may be
—they seem with blinded zeal to strike right
and left upon any side of a question which they
may esponse. They brand every one as a thief,
robber, or murderer, and record It In their jour
nals with the same nonchalance that they weuld
a rise in the pork market, or the arrival of a
steamer from California.
Such baa been the handling that the Hon. Mr
Ilerbert has received generally from the North,
era editors. Upon the moat Imperfect accounts,
and with none of the testimony before them, he
has been branded as a scoundrel, bully, black
guard, and murderer. They never appear to
suppose for one instant that public rumor can
be wrong. They, care not what blow they In
flict on the Individual himself, or if he have a
family, they ruthlessly trample upon the feel-
ings of social Ilfo—no pity or sorrow for the
anguished hearts of a tender wife or loving chil
dren ; he must be sacrificed unhesitatingly to
the oraving appetite for novelty and abuse.
Tboliberty of the press Is, of course, that for
which we would all bo ready to lay down our
lives, yet we think that it should bo a reason,
able liberty. One paper has gone so far as
to say that although, it is not in favor of oapitsl
punishment, yetthat be mast be sentenced to
the next worst punishment known to tho law,
and instantly expelled fbom Congress.
The true secret of the whole matter is this:
With certain of the presses in that region the
great point to be established lathe fact, 1st,that
the offender is a Southern man, nnd 2d, that he
shows a pistol or other weapon.
The advocates of Sharpe'srillesontheplaluB,
cannot bear the idea that any one should use
a weapon in self-defence. They have no objec-
tion to see Sheriff Jones shot in the back at
night in Kansas, hut believe that In the clearest
ease of self-dofence, a member of Congreee,
when attacked and beaten by half a dozen men,
(and for some little time, teo,) should not, in a
fit of desperation, defend himself.
The strongest part of the testimony against
Mr. H-, Is this: he had a pistol on his person
at the time, showing that It was his practice to
carry concealed weapons, which would appear
rather undlgnllled in one of our legislators.
No one can be more opposed to this practice
than we are; no one, as a general rule, can look
upon It in so despicable a light. The man who
carries offensive arms upon his person, usually,
is the most harmless of individuals. Yet the ef
fect of hla example Is sometimes accompanied
by the most disastrous consequence to others.
—anil Mineral Waters otCherokee, da.
Gaiitkhhviu.z, (In., May 12th, lMti.
IMr. EditorI propose to give your rendcra
a shot! chapter ou the above named subjects:
We have had rather a dry and backward
Spring, with but little frost, no little that our
prospect Is quite flattering for an abundant crop
of fruit of all kinds. Our wheat looks badly,
the intpurallelod severity of the winter destroy*,
ed all that was sowed in the red soil, the only
fields that will make anything like an averago
clop, are those of a sandy soil. I do not think
that more than a fourth of a crop can bo realis
ed; a great many fields have been ploughed up
and planted In corn, aud I see many othera that
cannot make more than the need. Our oat crop
looks finely. The weather lias been rather dry
for cotton nnd corn to come up well. Within
the past few days, we have had rain liialnui-
daucc, alnee which time cotton und coru are
coming up finely, though the weather has been
rather cool since tho rain lor either to do well,
aud If It should continue cool many dnys. It
will materially Injure the crops of all kinds.
Politics seems to tie quiet. All parties are
waiting to see the result of the Cincinnati Con-
vent ion, nnd all are agreed un one thing—that
is, that they will support no man for President
that Is not true to tho South, which is the only
Important issue with us at this time, all others
being hut side Issues; and if a man that the
South can rely on is presented by tho Cincinnati
Convention, one that wilt enforce the Monroe
doctrine, nnd is known to bo In favor of Wal-
kcr'a government, he will get the united sup
port of Cherokee, and Ibelievo.tlie entire South.
Men, nut platforms, are what we want now.
Should that convontlou full to give us such a
man, I think It tho true policy of the South to
sec to it that Buch a one is In the field.
The mineral region of our county is be-
gluing to attract attention, and companies are
forming tor the opening of those hidden mines
of wealth; and when they are once fully devd-
oped, this will be one of tho most desirable
regions of country fn tho world, the Csuton
Mining company I understand are succeeding
admirably, the ore is rich lu quality and inex
haustible in quantity r
Tho water pow er of this section is surpassed
by no country in the world, and it ahould be,
what nature intended it to he, a mining and
Five miles from this place, are situated Row
land Springs, which afford the best Chalybeate
water in the United States; they are situated in
a fine healthy mountainous region of country .In
terspersed with flue water courses, which are
literally alive with Osh, and small game is abun
dant in the forest.
The accommodations are ample nnd are of
the boat character, for at least fifteen hundred
or two thousand visitors. No pains or expense
has been spared by the enterprising and gentle
manly proprietor, Mr. Rowland, to render all
that may wish to spend the summer here, as
comfortable as they can be situated at any oth
er watering place In the State. The Springs, 1
understand, will lie opened nt the usual time,
for the reception of visitors, under the Immedi
ate care and supervision at Major Rowland him
self, aud no one, t am satisfied, that vlslta those
Springs, and sees the advantages that are com
bined to make it a pleasant retreat, will be din-
posed to look any further. Srldon.
ami rhapsody and lyric. The grant harp
of liberty lies uuBtrung, und needs to be
waked to new und sublinicr strains than
were evoked from its strings.
Whore is the master who sliuli siege it,
touch its chords, ami rouse this poople into
life? There is the cuuse nnd the crisis, the
csscntiul elements of one of tho most mov
ing, exciting, and magnetic contests tlmi
was ever witnessed. Tlid ingredients of a
more than necromantic (uegro-man-tic)
power lie in unimaglued opulence beneath
hhr'Teet. Whore is tho enchanter whose
wand shall vitalize them.”
We do not know who to commcud to
them for their necessity, except the man
whopreached upon “the liarpofathousand
Btrings—sperets of just men ntado por-
fcck. It is doubtful, however, if that
hard hearted philosopher would do, as he
does not quite answer to the description of
a seraph ora “Cherrybnm/’oraGrifHn.or
It is evident that the prescut lenders at
Washington do uot come up totliercquir.
cmeuts of this advertisement. There are
many, who have many of tho seraph quali
fications, but none combines all. For ins
tance, Greeley looks like a yellor covered
seraph, laded and swelled with too much
washing. But his conversation is not
heavenly, but the opposite; and the lyre is
his favorite instrument, aud uot the harp.
Jack Hale might set up for “a glorified
spirit," but as his pockets are filled with
coppers picked up in the lobbies, he can
not do more titan sot up—lie cannot rise
to tho blue Empyrean. Then who ever
heard of such a seraph, with such breeches
pockets, and coppers in them?—Albany
Atlas and Argus.
Great Rise in the Upper Mississippi.—
The St. Louis Intelligencer, of Thursday
The Upper Mississippi is risiug very fast
from St. Paul all the way down, and as we
learu, overflowed its banks In all the low
places, doing great damages to the growing
crops, besides floating off immense quanti
ties of wood piled 'along the bank' for the
use of steamboats”
T AD1E8’ BILK VKHTH—'The hfit.lu the
Lj oily. Fur mill by .1. tV. THKKUtM.il,
tnaylQ► CoHgrww anil WhUaJf oral roots.
/^TENT’S LIsLIBVK8T8—Just irFoived aud
Ur lor Halo liy .1. W. THRKhKEU),
maylB Onugrom and Whituklr .street*.
G Tent’s'cotton vests-Ju» wcoi’vcd
r and Air Hale by .1. W. TllRia/KKLl),
may 18 Congren* and WhilUahpr stro.ls.
Omnia Vincit Labor.—The Duke de
Broglie, upon his recent reception into the
French Academy, closed his address with
au anecdote as instructive ns memorable:
'The Emperor Sevcrus, an African sol
dier carried by glory and fortune to the
throne of the Ctesars, surprised by death
at York, where he had come from the ex
tremities of Asia to repel mi invasion of
the Caledonians, said to the friend who,
leaning over his couch, sustained his fall
ing head, ‘I have been every thing, nnd
allure whorthless;’ omnia fuiet mail ex-
pedit; then, seeing the centurion enter the
room, rose in his cojjch, and said to him
with a firm voice, 'Laboremus'—Let us
work. It was his last word. Let it be
mine to-day; let it be the motto of all so
long as we live, and are able to lift up a
voice which the country may hear.”
Our Harbor Improvements.
We are somewhat astounded to find in the re-
port of the Senate debates of Tuesday last, the
i2tb Inst., the following words attributed to
Senator Butler, of this State;
“I do not believe that any appropriation of
money to dredge out the channel of Charleston
has done any good. 1 believe that the winds of
heaven will blow the sands Into the very place
from which the dredges of the contractors navo
taken them out. I think the same thing in the
main of the lakes. I doubt much whether this
whole attempt to regulate waters by the appro
priation of money ia net of doubtful expedien
cy, without touching the question of constitu
tionality. So far as regards lighthouses and
similar appliances, the question Is a different
one. They have always existed throughout the
Fortunately for ns, however, the tidal waves
and currents that operate in modifying the con-
ditiou of oar harbor, do uot deposit their sands,
according to Senator Butler’s belief, but seem,
on the contrary, to agree In a drifting tendency
more favorable to the interests and wants of our
commerce. We submit with nil deference to a
Senatorial belief, that on a question of physical
observation and survey, tbo reports of a Bache,
a MaQltt, or a Davis, as taken from aotual sound
ings, are the most reliable evidence, and from
hese reports wo havo been fortified in a conclu-
sion directly tho reverse of that which is inci
dentally maintained by Senator Butler. No
loots or propositions in the whole range of hy
drographic survey are better established than
there—that a natural tendouey is at work Im
proving the condition of Charleston harbor, so
far, at loost, as the Important outlet, the Mafflt
change!. Is concerned, and that the improve-
ment of tho harbor may be accelerated and
perfected by proper measures under nppropria-
The whole day’s debate to which we refer Isa
strange display of aophomorlc words playing
tor Senators, but we have at present no intl-rea
in the “tweedledum and tweedldee "with which
such public servants may amuse themselve, to
the supply of the Inevitable * laugh," which al
though parenthetical with the reporter, la of
ten tho main part of the business actually ac
We only refer to the matter to correct a
strange error of our Senator, and to call atten
tion to tho fact that a Senatorial "belief” Is
one of So* disturbing or*tmnafonningfele
ments involved in the question of the Char-
lesion harbor improvements—Charleston Cou-
Flouida Railiioad.- Wo learn from the Bee-
rotary of the Florida Railroad, who has Just re
lumed from the North, that the Company bus
Just purchased four thousand tons of English
Kails, sufficient to iron about forty miles of their
road, the delivery of whloh will commence ear-
In August, so that the Company will be enabled
to open about that much or their road to tho
public about tho first of next year.
These forty miles wiU bring tbo Florida Rail-
road to or near to the point where It Intersects
the Central Railroad, the grading on whloh last
w also bciug pushed forward with great ra-
PWl&eo that our friends in tbo Interior aud
Hie M ddle portion of onr State will soon have
a choice of cutlets to the Atlantic.—Florida
From tho Advertiser & Gazette.
Letter from one of Buford's Men.
St. Louis, Mo., April 23,1856.
Gentlemen .—The Oceana, with her men, ar
rived here safely on Monday evening and yes
terday, at 5 P. M. the America, reached her
wharf—so that wo are all here at last. Some
three or four of the men are sick, and I am
pained to say that Mr, E. P. Grimmer, of Open
Pond, Henry County, Ala., died last night at 3
o'clock. He was in feeble health when lie join
ed us at Eufaula, and had chills along the route;
was Imprudent, I have uuderstoood, In eating
fruit as he catne up; and this, with the river
water, induced the diarrhoea, succeeded by
pneumonia—which last disease hurried his case
to a fatal issue, notwithstanding the constant
attentions of Dr. John W. Jones, jr., of Auburn,
Ala., and also one of the most eminent of the
medical faculty, Dr. Seeds, whom we called in
His friends will be consoled to hear that all
was done for him that could be; and if this
should ever meet the eye of his mother, who, I
understand, lives in Halifax, N. G\, let her grief
be soothed by the assurance that, though alar
off In the land of strangers, her son received
from his comrades all the assistance that kind
ness could suggest, and all the tenderness that
a brother's hand could bestow.
We have been kindly greeted here by many
ardent Southern men: and, indeed, the Interest
iu the cause of the South seems to me to in
crease as we go North. The lint man I saw on
lVecsoil, in Cairo, III., was talking strenuously
in favor of having slaves in that State.
Major Foreman, a gentleman who has lived
inKunsas for 21 years, and a member of the
last Legislature of the Territory, is here to
meet us. He gives & decidedly encouraging ac
count of tho prospects of the South for Kaunas.
We had heard afi-aioug up the river that there
was an enormous emigration from tho North
pouring in daily, and that every steamer was
black with abolition emigrants. This, Major F.
assures me, is a mistake. lie says there were
two Northern emigrants last year where there is
one this year.
That the boats aro crowded, but that they go
up the coast to Iowa and Minnesota, where they
can have quiet times. He said, furthermore,
that many of those emigrant Aid hirelings who
went there last year to vote against us. have
been selling their Sharpe's rifles at from $12 to
$15 a piece to buy something to eat! He con
firms the account which we have heard of the
fertility of the soil, and the demand and high
price tor labor—says that they employ South*
era mechanics to tho exclusion ofNorthera men,
and that any Southern man who can drive a
nail can get (2 a day as long as he wants to
work. Blacksmiths and shoemakers more par
ticularly are in great demand. I have also met
with another man of tine sense, and a resident
of the Territory, who without any knowledge of
what Mgjor Fercman had told us, confirmed all
he said, und assued us that Kansas would most
certainly be a Slave State. Glorious and wel
come news Knot too good to be true! They
estimate Buford's enterprise most highly, and
regard him as the grandest and most valuable
friend of Kansas iu the whole South.
Forty-two Georgians went up tho river the
other day, and some are coraiug every week
from South Carolina.
Bacon Is plenty and declining, and corn
abundant,at 30 uents a bushel.
This Is a great aud growing city, having,’b;
a census lately taken, 130,000 inhabitants,
never saw the streets more crowded—even iu
New York—and tho levee is swarming with bu
sy people, and piled high with merchandise of
every description. But they say that the activ
ity is unusually great in consequence of the riv
er having been so long frozen. Vegetation is
not near so much advanced here as when I left
Barbour three weeks ago, and tbo forest has the
have aud wintry look of January.
We all start at 12, M., this day. oil hoard of
the Kuystone, for Kansas City, whence proba
bly I will write to you again.
Yours truly, and in haste, A. B., Jr.
Wanted—A Seraph f—One Accustomed
to PI ay. on a Harp Preferred X
Tho New York Tribune has the follow
ing, out of its usual columns of advertise
“We waut preachers of tho gospel of
Kansas. We don't want any argument,
or essay, or logic, to prove anything touch
ing tho great question. Congress is law*
yored to death. Wo want preachers with
tongues of tire, and a leader holy, runt and
mystical as a seraph. This is a day for
Luther, a Huss, and a Peter the Hermit.
We want glorified spirits filled with ode
B. 81UKT8.—Just rooelved und lor sale by
__ inayl3 Congress ami Will Inker streets.
boxes TOBAOCO, just' received direct
fJ\J from Manufacturer, aud Tor Halo low, by
my 11 CRANE. WK1.L.S Si CO.
"li»IliRELLAS. "7 “
025b, 1 HAVE .It'ST received a hand-
gee* some assortment of Silk undoing-
ham Umbrella*, made to order in
tbo At est style. Cull and see.
may? WM. q. PRICE,
, 147 Buy hi rout.
O NE or two good one* wanted immediately,
vo whom liberal wage* will bo paid.
my 11 KENNEDY A: UF.KGH.
A TLANTIC LEA!).—Constantly oil hand
aud for halo at CHAFFER A Co.’s,
_ upr30 __ __ No, 0 Whitaker atreel.
t>APEB HANGINGS AND IjOliDEHS.—
X. .lust received a great usaorttne't ojytbe most
elogaut patterns, with borders to match, fioni b
ceuts to *2, at CIIAHT& fc CO.'S,
aprSO No. 0 Whitaker street.
j ust uklkvvkh;
PER STEAMER, an assortment of
Misses ami Children’s Plain Straws,
Ladies’ NEOPOIJTAX BONNETS, IN-!
FAN IS' HATS ami FLATS. Also u fow out.s’
HATS. For sab* by MRS. FREELAND,
may 17 Broughton .street.
[ AHESS TKIMMIN GS.—Fringe*, "ITacklind
AJ colored Moire Antique Gauze, aud other style*,
in great variety, unit for aide by
mar 7 AlKIN k BURNS.
L OCOMOTIVE NEEDLES.—A new aud ele-
guut article which needs only to bo tried nuco
to luauro tho constant preference of the seamstress,
Just recoivod and for salo by
maria LADSON St ROGER*.
THE firm of SPENCER CURRELL & CO.,
X is this day dissolved hr mutual consent. Either
partner Is authorised to uso the uarao of tho late tlrm
in settlement of the allalrs of the same.
Savanuuh, May 1st, 1660
The uuduraiguod will continue the Auction and
Commission business ou bis own account, from and
attor this dale. SPENuEH CURRELL.
Savanuah, May 1st, 1656. , may3
TjUT FEW LEFT of those Superior Black
JJ and Colored Mantillas, at
J. W. TURKLKELD,
luay.T Congress and Whitaker sta.
ENGLISH Cambrics, plain and checked; Jac-
L2J ouets, Swiss Mullins, plain, plaid and dotted ;
Victoria Lawus and Nauisook Muslim*, Bobinet Ijtce,
plain and ligured, lu great variety. For sale by
my 13 FOOTE d: JAUDON-
checks and Denim*.
f1ASES Apron aud Furniture Checks.
\J Bales Bluo Denims for sale by
tny 13 FOOTE A JAUPOX.
C ASES 4, i and 4-4 Bleached Shirtings and
LongCiotus, For sale by
FOOTE A JAUDON.
Savannah Narkst, Nay 14.
COTTON—There was quite an active demaud this
morning, and salos of 068 bales have been reported,
at tho following figures:—162 at 10> a ', 129 at 10X,
18 ot 11, 71 at 11X, and 178 bales at 11# cents.
LANDLORD AND TfDNANT*
rpHE Law of Landlord aud Tenant. By J
X Smith, with Notes or American cases by P. P.
Bauvlor’a Law Dictionary, last edltiou.
Bauvlor’s Institutes American Law.
Noligan’s Atlas of Cutaneous Diseases, with color
ed plates, 4to.
Brown on some Diseases of Wouieu admitting of
Fllut ou Diseases of the Respiratory Orgaus.
Rudd on Diseases of the Ktoinach.
Sketches aud Adventures iu Madeira, Portugal
Italian Sights and Principles. By Jarvis, with
Physiology and Cailstheulcs. J'y Uatherjue F..
Railway aud Steamship Guide, with maps.
Ireland in ’98 and ’48; its Revolutionary History.
By J. Savage.
National System of Political Ecouomy. From tlio
Gorman, or List.
uprlO W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
AND DRALfiK IN
Timber and Lumber.
\VKU« A Wli.tlAMS,
DOMESTIC, FOREION AND FANG*
No. 149 Congrena-xt., Savannah, Ga.
•IAS. T. AY KLIM, formerly or Beaufort DUt.». C.
THEOPMLUS WILLIAM*, “ HcrivonCo.,Ga.
JAMH-MI. ItOliOMM. ..MIMS. NOKKM.
RODGERS de NORRIS,
flute Grime k Itodgors,
JUUO l, I8f.fi, (je 26j
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Jones Street, (one door East of Drayton Street.)
Is prepared to voutcact for all ktuds of building
Also to ooii<toot water tbrougli tbo various parts
of bouses, _ ap 17
foriicr ofllYoiiiiliton nml lVliUakcr*8(«.,
OUCCK8SOR to T. C. Rice, Manufacturer dud
Dculer lu every variety of common aud fine
GaNDIES, kiln 'dried and warranted to resist effec
tually tho hot dump atmosphere of a Southern t il-
mate; also Lemon aud Strawbury Syrup, ka. Terms
cosh, prices low. tf—my 11
WM. At'tilKV OOl’FEH, JXO. COUPKK FRAHKR.
COt Pl&R & FRASER,
FACTORS A- GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Bay street, Savon nail, Ga. fury 11
JOHN G* FAIXIGANT,
WJIGLK3AI.K AND RETAIL DEALER IK
WINDOW BUNDS, WINDOW HASH AND PANE
West side Monument Square, Savannah, Ga.
A. 117 CHAMPION.
(Successor to Champion & Watts.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
No. 4 Barnard xt., between lUe Market and Bay st.,
Dealer in GromUw, Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Dried Fruits, &c., k«.
Reference—A. Champion, Esq., Samuel Solomons,
F.sq., Mev-rs. Ration A; Whitehead, and Swift A Co.,
\tvummli, Ga. . myllg,
SAVANNAH WATER WORKS.
II If. A DM AN di CO.,
Corner of Prcvfdcnt anil JetVcraon
Are prepared to execute all orders in Plumbing,
and Gas Kitting, ou short notlco, aud in superior
stylo. tf Jtmo20
Large sized Photographs, tu-
AT TWELVE DOLLARS HCR DOZEN
Also, Ambrotype* and Da
guerreotypes, in iris usual su
perior style A call Is solicited.
J. W. MILLER,
. St. Jullan-st. and Market square.
CARY’S DAGUEREOTYPES, AMBRO-
types anti Photography.
P. M. CARY
W OULD respeotfully give notice that hia
rooms aro now opeu for the season, aud rea-
ay vor tho reception or visitors.
By the Amukotypb process porsous may uow have
their children’s pictures taken, In almost any posi
tion thoy may chooso, in from i to D secodds sitting.
By the PuoTOGHAruiu process old Duguorreotypes
can bo transferred to paper, beautifully colored and
eularged to life. oct 22
Ordinary of Clintham County,
AND ATTORNEV AT LAW.
. Offlce In tlm Court House. my|:t
~ ra rjp ftoN1 i-I, R CtIht<rH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
4®* Office on Bay street, over the Bunk of Savan
nah* may! a
'ft.'S 1 . Ciflilir* BROTHGR,
FORWADDING AND COMMISSION MEI1-
Summalt. Oa.,unii Montgomery, jltu.
K. T. ColJi, K. P. Cdi.k,
Bay stroet, Savannah. | Comtnorce st., Monlg’ry.
Holcomb, Johnson, & Co. I Cohens k Hertz,
laickett k Shellings. 1 Edwin Parsons Co.,
Robert A. Allen, | fs: run ton, Johnston k Co.
• SAVANNAH, GA. _ my 18
WM. !.. WKHH. ~ WM. tl. MAOK.
WEBB & SAGE,
(SCCCKfWOKx TO CAMKKON, WKHH k 00.
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHEN-WARE,
11& MEBTISQ-BT. CllAVtLESTON, 8. G.,
Will supply Country Merchants with Goods lu thulr
Hue at us tow rates us they can buy in New
York, or elsewhere.
sept 28 ty
r. j. oduiw. wm. stark, j‘r. " n. u. uauokk.
OGDEN, SYARR <Si CO.,
Skipping and Commission Merchants,
BAY-STREET. SAVANNAH. G A.
YONGB S FRIERSON,
FORWARDING AND COMillSNION MERCHANT'S,
NO. 94 hAV-MTKSWT. SAVaWAU. OA.
VALtXVn.N'K I1KDNNKK. ‘ WM. U. GKAUY.
URUNNER iSi GRADY.
IN PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL WORK,
Rl’be Subrieribers, thuukful for piut fuvorx, und ro
ierrlng to work hitherto done iu tho city, reapuctliil-
ly announce tUut tliey will continue to devota thulr
jHirsoual uttuution to Abe wants and favors of their
Orders through the Post Office, or at the residence
of either purtucr, promptly attended to.
may 17 ly
A, McALPiN Af UHOTftEU*;
Lumber, Mill and Brick Yards.
sept 5 a AV ANN AH, UA.
PATTEN, iilJTTON CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchauta,
Day-street, Snvniiimli, Ga.
uTlouksit. U. d. SNILUNUS.
LOCKETT A SNELLINGS,
Will atletid to tUa ewlllug of all kinds of produce.
Strict stteutlou glveu to receiving and forwarding
goods. may 81 ly
Port of Savannah
Steamer 8t Johns, Freeborn, Palatka, Sc, to Clag-
horn and Cunningham.
Stoamship^Auguata, Lyons, New York—Padelford
Steamer Gordou, Barden, Charleston—J P Brooks.
Providence, May 8—Cld sebr Goorgo Kllburu,
Boston. May 8—Arr schr Hopeton, Luce, Darien.
Oth—Cld brig Lodi, Tinker, Jacksonville.
New York, May 10—l)ld brigs Aoutuu, Yates,
Jacksonville, and Martha Koudall, Plummers, Da
Air schr Target, Davis, Savannah.
Baltimore. May 9—Cld schr Blooming Youth,
Hindman, Si AnguBtlne.
Charleeton, May 12—Old schr Sciota, Jackson
Oardenaa, April 29—Arr schrN B Borden, Bright
St Iago de Cuba, May 1—Arr brig Marshall Dutch,
Par steamer St Julma, from Palatka, Ac—Miss
King, J Bailed, R H Dravee and avt, T M Jones, H
F Underwood, W Lawson, 01* Fannin, Col Dublgnou
J H Dublgnou, w Haskell, RG Daniel, LCanoo, W
8 Spear, E Edwards, W Harper, W H Howard, Col
Taylor, J B Wbitohead, J R Simpson, H Evans, Rev
P Goff, J T Archer, S CKIngand 2svta, LO BDavis,
Mrs A M Sherman, Miss Taylor, Mrs Ashton, Miss
Watson, J Stodtnan, J Grant, G \V Parker, J Bright
man, R Evans, G J Long aud lady, H Bateman, u w
Waldiu, Y Campbell, J Peirce, D McQuaig, B Wolf,
W Cooper, und 29 deck.
Per the steamor 8t. Johns, from Palatka, Ac.—03
bales cotton, 2 crates moss, 7 bbls potatoes. 187 cow
hides, 2 bundles deer skins, and radzo, to Boston k
Villalonga, Eitistoiu A Eckmann, Webster k Palmes,
J W Anderson, Clagborn k Cunningham, Henderson
k Luffburrow, Boil k Prentiss, J Goraenden. Brig
ham. Kelly k Co, Tison k Maekay, Coupor k Fraser,
Hardoe k Co, Hamden's Express, Halt k Co, Wm
FOR NEW YORK.
2b tail Saturday. 17th May. at 6 o'clock P. M.
The fiteamshlp ALABAMA, Cant.
Schonck, will leave as above. For
freight or pusage. apply to
1 PADELFORD, FAY Ic CO.
Cabin Passage $26
Bteerage Passage 8
49* Shippors of Cotton by these Steamships will
please take notice, that no Cotton will bo received at
tie presses that Is not distinctly marked on the edge
of the bale. tuaylt
Jg'ACON SIDES.—8 Casks Clear Sides, just
' received and for sale by
mayl4 CRANE, WELLS k CO.
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS.
/CHAMPAIGN CIDER,&C.-U5 boxeaCham-
\J palgn Oder, ohoice artlclo,
20 bbla choice old peach Brany,
d do do Apple Brandy,
10 do do Cherry Brandy,
Also—Ginger aud Blackberry, boxes.
In store and tor Bale by
febl WEBSTER A PALME-g
/CHATHAM INFERIOR COURT—FEBRU-
ARY TERM, I860.—Whereas, Juntos Gtige),
James J. Wall, K. S. Hardwlokc, John D. Jesso, 11,
Rothschild. Francis J. Corcopcly, Titos, iloruundez
and P. Gelbolhou3o, summoned to attend the pres
ent Term oftblsCourtas Petit Jurors havo made de
fault ; it is ordorod, that thoy bo lined twonty dol
lars each unless they tile good and sufficient cause
of exouse on or before the Urst day of the next
Term of this Court.
True extract from tnluutes.
WM. H. BULLOCH,
marS Clerk 1. o. 0. C.
0. ». iUHKlSON. A. C. MCOBUKK
HARRISON .Si McGEliEE,
AUCTION, COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND
50 ASH Cl imOAU-HTliKKT, COLUMRU3, OGOKOIA.
49* Particular uttentinu given to the sales of Real
Estate, Negroes and Produce.
4S1T Liberal ad vuucos made on Negroes aud MeT-
RUSE. PATTEN k CO. 1
GUNDY k DANIEL, i-Columbus, Ga.
STEWART, GRAY A CO. J
RUSE, DAVIS k LONG, 1
WM. WRIGHT, f Savannah.
YOUNG, ATKINS A DUNHAM, \
C. A. GREENE k Co., ’ / Apalachicola
II. S. SMITH, j. Mobile, Alabama,
oct 23 ly
fpiIE undersigned will, for flvo dollars per lot,
X examine any lands In Ibe counties of Appling,
Wayne, Ware or Coffee, and roport to tho owner as
to tholr present value, the prospect for their be
coming more valuable iu future, aud whethor or
not there Is being any trospass committed thereon,
Invariably pledging himsolf to give a true aud cor
rect account, for which all remittances will bo ex
pected in udvunce.
Ho will also soil and remit when requested, nnd
as directed, for seven per cent.
Ho will also promptly attend to ail professional
business entrusted to his care.
VERNON C. McLENDON,
my 18 Attorney at law, Homesvlllo, Ga.
MORAVIAN AND FLOURISHING COT*
1V1 v • • • -
ton—Just received and for salo by
J. W. THRELKELI),
Congress and Whitnkor streots,
XT O. MOLASSES, landing from schooner
• Abby Francis, and for sale by
dec 27 LOCKETT k SNELLINGS.
THRESH ARRIVALS OF FLOUR.—Pine Loi
H Mills, extra and suporllne, Foster’s do do In
store aud tor sale by
YOUNG. WYATT «f CO
A COMPLETE OUTFIT FOR HOUSE
I S an important item, und to know where to
get exactly wbal is wanted iu equally Important,
“KENNEDY & BEACH’S”
Hodgson’s N«w Block, Corner of Broucli
ton and Bull Streets,
and you will find everything pertaining to House
Keeping as well as Refrigerators, Meal Safes, Wood
en wore, und Tin Witte, Willow Ware, beautiful
Water Coolers, I'utout Ico Pitchers, Brushes in every
variety, Bird Cagos. Bathing Tubs, Indeed nearly
everything that can bocall-Hlt'er, recollect the place.
T IVERPOOL SALT.—400 sacks, ten to tli
JU ion, lamllug from ship Ell Whitney, and It
PADLFORD, FAY k CO.
AP EVERY DESCRIPTION executed on the
premtsos by Mr. NOLT1M1RR, In tho moat su
perior munnor, all of which will be furnished tho
city or country customer ou the most reasonable
ti.ru», and at prices as low as at any other estab
lishment ortho kind In tho State.
may 13 No, 1 Market square.
W I. MOLASSES.—223 hhda of very au>
• perior quality, in new packages, lauding
per brig Red Wlug, and for sale by
sprlS PADELFORD, FAY k CO
pOLORED LAWNS AND CAMBRICS.-
V Just rocelved per steamer Alabama from Nov
York, and for sole by
J. W. THRELKELD,
apr\7 Congress and Whitaker streets.
A-uciion & Commission House, Macon, Ga.
a. r. McLaughlin,
General Agent and Auctioneer,
Soliciu from bis fricuds consignments of ovury
doscrlptiun. Takos orders for Colton.
JtSP Special uttcutiou given to the sales of Real
Estate, Stocks aud Negro property, at public uud
pri vatu salos. Prompt returns und disputdi.
Reference—C. A. L. LAMAR. mob 80
Marble Monunieuts, Tombs and Grave Slones, furn
ished ou reasonable terms. Orders res
R. U. HILTON,
AITUKNKV AND CHUNbldJjUK AT IaW
Office corner ol Ray uud 1'rayton-fcts.
HA VANNS II, OA.
" HENRY WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 8, Drayton Stroet, Savannah, Georgia,
JOHN M. AULLUN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(Office at the Court House.)
Will practice in tbe superior aud Courts of Ordi
nary. Jan 80
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Corner of Buy atul Whitaker Street*
8 A V A N N A II .
tel) 22 8mo*
b. A. O'DVRKK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office 176, Bay-st M over Turner & Go’s. Drug ritore
GifiblitiE iiiou PlmWAiiD, '
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office Monument Square, near State Bank.
8 A VANN AU, UA.
ATiORNEY AT LAW.
lUOMANVlIJ.K, 1IIOMAS COCATV, OA.
All businass entrustud to bis euro will recetvs
prompt attouiion. lyr—mar!7
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office ou Buy street, over the Bank of havao
null. • feb2
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DAVID Cl. VVILDS,
ATTORNEY AT LaW,
Will procure In the comities of Haucock, Warieiq
Wualiiugtou, aud Baidwiti.
Rkkkkknckh—Bolin k Foster, Rabun at Smith, and
E. A. Soullard, Suvunuuli. jant)
~WM. C. 'CONNELLY, ~
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
UlIUBIW, WORl’ll cou.vrv, OA., (rusr omcic. ALBANY.)
WiU practise in tbu Southern Circuit, ami In Macon,
Dooly and Worth Counties of tbe Macon Circuit.
JtST Particular attention given to tbo collection ol
claims in South-Western Georgia. Je2—Ota
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
lebl-ly 1KWLNTON, UA.
LAaTEH « ANOEUHO.V,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
*lj*6-ly MACON, UA.
’ O. W'. MAUKV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
KlUNKUN, UEAfiU CO., UA.
^Will atteud to piolc-ssiunul business In the Counties
oi Heard, Carroll, Campbell, Coweta, Fayette, Men-
wether uud Troup,
Rcferoncu—llou. K. Y. Hilt, LaUrange, Go.; Hou.
David Irwin, Marietta, Ga.; Colonel M. M. Tidwell,
Fayetteville, Ga.; and Mr. William Dougherty, to-
luuilius, Ga. sopl7-i>
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office over Thomas SI. Turner k Co.’a Drug
Store, Bay street. my7
N. M. CRAWFORD, 1). I).
S. I*. SANFORD, A. M.,
J. E. W11.LET, A. M.,
Cbeinistiy ami Natural Philosophy.
H. H. TUCKER, A. M.,
U. IV. WISE, A. M.,
Greek and Latin Lnuguagou.
WILLIAM 0. WOODFIN, A. B. (
X. M. OKAWFORD, I). D:,
Ecclosisstical History und Biblical Literature.
WILLIAM WILLIAMS, A. M.,
Systematic and Paslorsl Theology.
THOMAS A. SEALS, Principal.
Tho CommoncemonUs hold ou tho last Wednesday
TbouextTeim will commence on tbe last Wed
nesday in Auguat.
Tbe price of Board In the village is $10 pur month;
washing, room rent, fuel, kn., $a.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
my 12 2m S. LANDRUM, Secretary.
WHARF TO RGNTi
'PADELFORD’S Wharf, next west of tho low
X or Steam Rico Mill, one ljuudred and fifty feet
front, to ronton reasonable terms. Possession glveu
1st November next.
mayP2_ FAPELFORD, FAY & CO.
COD FISH, MACKEREL AND IIRR-
J JUST received 5 hhda choice Cod Fish 20 bbla
extra No laud No. 2 Mackerel: iO do extra
Pickle Herrings, 60 boxes Smoked Herrings in store
may lu Corner Broghtou k Bray ton ats,
S. C, HUSK. J. U. DAVIS. W. 11. LO.VO.
RUSE, DAVIS & LONG,
W. H. FAKKKU*. C A. U. FALUUANT. '
W. II. FARRELL «fc CO.,
Choice Family Groceries—Foreign and
Corner Broughton and Whitaker-sts.
Town and Country supplied with choice goods at
low prices. AU orders promptly attended to, and
sastifactlon always guaranteed. sept 18
WAYNK, OltJEN V1LLU & CO.,
THUS. S. WAYNE. U. IS. GRENVILLE,
R. AI.EX. WAYNE, W. T. SAMPLE,
jy 0—tr Savannah. Chattanooga.
C. O. POOLE,
No. 11, Whittaker Street, (two doors from Bryan,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Sashes, Blinds, Doors, Paints, Oils, Var
nishes, Window Glass, Putty, die.
l Painters’, Gruluers’ und Artists’ Brushes:
Whitewash Heads and Dusters, Dry and
TZp-g-—'Mixed i’aluts of every description, Artists’
colors iu tubes, Prepared Canvass, kv.
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDERS AND FIRE BUARD
Rooms prepared with neatness und desimteh.—
House, Sign aud Ship Pututing, Glldlug, Gralulug aiul
Glazing done in the best stylo aud at uioderutu
All orders irom the couuliy promptly attouded
to. mob 28—ly
JAS. S. UOOK. KKAD. T. TUSAAC.
HOOK & T15B12AU,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practise lu Wushluglou, Jefferson, Sc riven,
Burke, Emanuel, Tattnall, uud Montgomery ol th*
Middle Circuit, and Wilkinson of tho Ocmuigee Cir
C HAMPAGNE—12 baskets genuine Heidstc
Champagne in store aud for sale by
A retired Clergyman, restored to health
In a tew days, aTtor many years of great
nervous suffering, Is anxious to mahe known tbe
means or cure. Will sond (free) the prescription
usod. Direct to the Rev. JOHN M. DAUNALL, No.
69 Fulton street, Brooklyn, N, Y.
lm d&w mayl4
B leached shirtings. -10 caioTs^Tt-
and 4-4 Bleached SUirtlngs, dlfl'orcnt styles
ust received aud for sale by
marll LADSON & ROGERS.
IF OPE—700 coha Rope, various brands, ah
XV of good quality, in store and for sale by
BRIGHAM, KELLY k CO.
E UM.—50 barrels Luther Felton A Son’s, Boa
ton Rum, landing and for sal* by
marjB BRIGHAM, KELLY A 00.
ID GLOViK—Colored kid rtloveajust re*
KV ceived and for sale by
J. W. THRELKELD,
mar 21 Cor. Congress and Whitaker st*.
*7 £ CASKS Bacon, Hams, Sides and Should-
I tl ders, just received aud for sale by
aprll CRANE, WEL1R A CO.
N EW GOODS—Tho subscriber has received
a large lot or the following arUclos—
White and striped Osuaburgs, Columbus Factory,
White and Htriped Osnaburga, Schley’s Factory,
Bleached aud brown Shirtings and Shootings,
Marlboro’ and Manchester Plaids and Stripes,
Blue Deulius, ko.,ko,
Alsu, a fresh lot or cheap fast-colored Prints.
J, W. THRELKELD,
raria corner Congress and Whitaker-sts,
-25,000 bushels Corn to arrive.
YOUNG k WYATT.
F or sale.-
—’—10 bbls cbolce Moaougabela whisky, very old
and pure. Juat received per Koystone State, aud
for sale by
may7 lOt CHAS. A. GREINER.
T IME—1000 bbls. Lime landing per schooner
XJ Maine Law, and for sale by
may7 BRIGHAM, KELLY k CO.
A\—60 bales Prime Northern Hay land-
. lug per brig Phllura, and for sale by
insy7 BRIGHAM, KE1J.Y & CO.
ntolfl constanUy on hand, and
- 4m K“‘ oo.
|~1ARPETTING, Matting, Window Shades,
V Uceand MunIId Curtains, may bo found at
apr28 AIK IN k BURNS.
L ADIES’ FLESH COLORED 8ILK VESTS
Just received and lor sale by
aprSl J. W.
500 just received aud for
FRENCH CHINA, WHITE GliANITK,
AND GLASS WARE.
146 MKKTJNO 8TKKKT. ClUKLKriTOX, SOUTU CAKOU.NA.
. The subscribers respectfully solicit-
from the traveling public, u» luspocUcn^
of tlioir stock of French uud English
China, in plaiu white, gold huud, and w
decorated dinner, desert, breakfast, lea, toilet, tete-a-
tete sets und vases. Also, Cups and saucers, kc., ot
the celebrated Sevres Chiua. Whito Uruuito of the
best manufacturers. Rich cut French, English uud
They havo a variety of ornameuts iu 1’urUiteu
Ware, Busts of Calhoun, Clay, Webster, uttd others,
aud Statuctes of tho Greek Slave, Venus de Medicis,
They have also a beautiful, durable and cheap urti*
ole for Uoors uud hearths, of
Plain uu«l fincausMc Tiles.
Their stock beiug very general, carefully selected
aud imported direct, offers iuducomouts to merchants
us well as families, to whom goods Will he put up ut
the lowest rates for cash.
WEBB & SAGE, Importers,
successors to Cameron, \V ehli A Co.
JOHN 8. NORRIS,
H AVING resumed the practice of his proles-
siou, ofi’ers his services to his t ricuds uud the
public as on Architect uud auperiuteudeul.
Desigus fot any part of the couutry supplied aud
executed in all the various branches of his profes
sion, such as Public Edifices, Stores, Dwellings,
Monuments, Ac. Thoroughly Fire Proof Stores de
signed and executed. Office at present iu Bay Lane,
rear of the Custom House. Jan 3—1 y
M. WHIT SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALUUATOK, EAST FLORIDA.
Will practice iu tho Easieru uud Southern Counties.
Refer to—Col. 8. S. Sibley, and R. B. Hilton, 8a-
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices Law iu tho various Counties of the Oc.
inulgeo Circuit, and the aifloinlug Counties ol Twiggs,
lAtnruus uud WaHbiugtou.
Holer to—John Bostou. II. A. Crane, and R. &
Hilton. _ _ febl*
AAH." W. UKKKX. * ~ ~ ”” U. F. SMOOT.
GREEN A SMOOT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
00120 • THOA1ASTON, (IA.
ATTOBKEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Commissioner of the U. S. Court of Claims for
the Slate qf Georgia.
office Corner Day uud Bull streets,
DH. CHARLES U.’CO£SlM
OFFICE CORNER HULL AND WHITAKER BIB.
Residence No. 14 Liberty street, one dour west of
J. W. PATTKnSOJir
ATIORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Troujivilie, Ifowiidos County, Gu. (my 11
H. W. BAKERT ‘
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Monticeilo, Jefferson Couuty, Ha.
Roiereurc—llou. W. U. Elkmino, Savannah, Oa
MAGISTRATE, NOTARY AND COMMISSIONER
At Messrs. Ward A Owens’ Law Office. (my 11
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, Bay street, over tho Reading Room of the
Republican, entrnuc* iiumediateiy east of Messrs
Price .v Vender’s. mayll
WILLIAM H. DASHER, "
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT l^iV,
Tronpvllle, Lowudes Couuty, Ga.
Will practice in Thomas, Lowudes, Clinch, Ware,
Appling, Telfair, Irwiu, Laurens, and Pulaski
counties, Georgia; uud m Jellersun,Madison, liuxu-
lltoti, aud Cuiuiubiu counties, Florida. (myll
WM. SI. Wll-LUMN. TIIAUIlKl-fl OIJVKH. ’ JACK HKuW.N
WILLIAM*, OLIVKR df BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW’,
Bucnu Vista, Marion Couuty, Gu.,
Will practice iu the couuiiua of Marion, Macon, Houa-
ton, Stewart, Randolph, Muscogee, Lee, aud any
udjolniug counilcN, where their services may be
required. my 11
joiuv ii. cociiRAaikr
ATTORNEV AT LAW,
Dublin, lam runs couuty, Ga„ Into junior partner of
the firm of A. & J. Cucuua.\k, irwinton, Ga., wilt
attend promptly to ail busiiiens entrusted to hi;
rare, i’urtiouiur uttcutiou paid to collecting. Re
IVrenee—l!r, C. B. Gnyton, F. II. Rowe, Dublin,
Ga., M .Marsh, Savanuuh. myil
A. OZiOTHINO A
1 DOOR WEST OF T1IE11EFUBLICAN* READING ROOM.
Fine Ready-madeIW. O. Price,
Clothing ; Hats
und Cap3, Shirts,
aud Vestings, will
bo made to mea-
CRANE, WELLS k CO.
17TH GEORGIA REPORTS.
/COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE ;,or, The
Joys and sorr »wn of American Lite. By Mrs.
The Three Marriages; or Life at a Watering Place.
The First and Second Marriages; or, Tho Courfo
slea of Wedded Life.
Iudla; The Pearl of Pearl River. By Mis. .South-
Phllly k Kit. By Caroline Cbeseboro.
Introduction to Social Science. By Geo. H. Oli
Berenice. A novel.
Colomba. from tho French ol Meritner.
The Christian Life; Us Hopes, Us Fears, aud its
Close. By Thomus Arnold, of Rugby School.
Madeira, Portugal aud Spain.
Maziul. Sbakspearo Papers, Hiawatha, Attache at
Madrid, Paris Sights, Boccaccio, Decameron, Widow
Bodott, Napoleon CorresiKmdeuco, Abbott’s Napo
leon, kc., Ac
may9 W. THORNE W’lLUAMS.
L ADIES' AND GENT’S GLOVES.—A mug-
ultlcent assortment of ladies’ aud gout’s Tulfetu
Silk Gloves, white aud black, also assorted colors,
lust received aud for sale dy
marll LaDSON k ROGERS
jjAMS HAMS.—A superior lot of Hams iu
store, aud Irr sale by
OGDEN, STARR k Oo.
"ITtLOWER SEEDS.—Just received, a supply
J? of uew uud choice Flower Seeds, at tbe
spr 4 Cor. Broughton and Barnard sis.
P OTATOES,—100 bbls choice Mercer Pota
toes, lauding and for sale by
C A GREINER
OABKET81 BASKETS!—We would call tho
XJ attention of tho ladios to our stock of W’ork,
Travellug uud fine Faucv Baskets, the largest assort
ment lu the city, at the House Furnishing Store, 166
sa rANNA u.
49* Ordersfroiu city andcouuiy solicited. -»y
- BarShu shops;
Puluskl House Barber Shop,
Ciiviu' Brick Building, opposite the Pulaski House,
FIVE WORKMEN ENGAGED.
Maruluill House Barber Shop,
FOUR WORKMEN ENGAGED.
JUSSid T. BERNARD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEUXm AT LAW,
Reference—George L. Drown. William Doll, New-
iiunsvillo, Fla., It. D. Hilton, liootuu Villalougu,
Sa van nub, Gu. myll
HUDSON, FLEMING «S& CO.,
Factors ami ComutlsNlon Merchants,
No. 04 Buy Street, Savannah, Ga.,
T ENDER their services to planters, merchant*
und dealers, in Uie said ot couou ana all other
cuuntry produce. Being vunnucted iu busiuess with
HorKi.Ns, Hcuao.v k Co., ot cliurlestou, theestabukh-
incut of au ottlco In this city will afford our friends
choice of markets. Strict uttcutiou will he given to
business, aud tbe usual tucilities afforded cuslo-
J. R. HUDSON, i
W. U. FLEMING, J Savannah.
1ABETH HOPKINS, Augusta,
my 11—tf COMEN. Cliasleston.
ritHE subscriber, thunkful to hia fellow-citizens
X for the liberal patronago lie lias recoivod, aud
Is still receiving, begs respectfully to inform them
that be has eugagud sufficient additional first-cluss
workmen from some of tho best Barber Shojis iu
New York, and will bo enabled to accommodate us
muuy geutleiucn us may honor him with their pa-
N. B.—The Barbershops are closed on Suudays—
straugers will please bear this iu mind.
SAVE YOUR MONEY "
CALL AT THE NEW SHOE STORE, No. 14;
.next door toMossrs. J. Dlcksou k Co’s. Confec
tionary. You will there find the greatest bargains
in Shoes ever offered in this olty.
October IMh, 4855.
LAND AGENOY—Brunswick, Ga.
EDWIN M. MOORE
O ehtme uud salo or lauds In the eouurles or
tilyun, Wayuo, Camden, Oharltou, Appling, Ware,
Cofibe, Clinch, Luwndos and Thomas. Particular
attonlion glveu to locatlug, purchasing aud uelllug oi
town lots iu the town or Bauuawtck.
Dr R Collins, Macon; Dr B M Cargilo, Bruuswlck*
Thomas H Harden, Bsvaunah; Hon James L Sew,
WOOD AND LUMBER.
A LL kinds of Wood, Boards. Planks, Joist,
Timber. Shingles, Light-wooa, Posts, Eastern
Laths And 1’alUugM, for Balo, at wholesale aud rotall,
low for cash, on tho new wharf rocoutly erected on
the Lumber Yard or Robert A. Allen k Co.
mar 12—ly WM. J. L. MOULTON.
JOHN C. BOOTH.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Will also give his attoutlou to desigus in Architeo-
ture. Office In tbs store of John Williamson, Esq.,
Bay stmt. myib
LEf LUlt WILCOX, D«!llti*l«,
OFFICE over Dewitt A Mor
gan’s Store on Congress-street, otter
their piofrfjulouul services to the
i. public, confident, from Jong expoit-
cute uud pust success, that iu all cases, they will
reuder entire satisfaction. oct 2 u
Drs. ROY ALL A JOHNSON,
Dentists, office corner St. Juheu-at.
and Market Square, over S. Wtl-
mot’s Jewelry store. Office hour*
from 8 to 2 o'clock, and from 8 to 0.
mar 11 com
DUS.' L EF£E U~& WILCOX, DentUts.
ARE now fully prepared to in
sert lull or lrurUal setts of Teeth
on tho principle of Dr. J. Allens’*
Patent Continuous Gum, By,this
improvement, the form of the face can he restored to
any degree of rotundity that may be desired. It ia
applicable iu all cuses whore the cheeks have fallen
iu und cuuuol bo detected by the closest observer.—
This method combines the following t I vantages.--
Au artificial gum, which exhibits u perfectly natural
aud lUe-like appoarauco, and Imparts to tho tbceth
that peculiar oxprcssiou which characterizes the na
This Gum consists of a sll&clous compound, w hick
Is applied uud thsod upon Uto Teeth und Plato in such
a in ami or, as to fill up all tho iutersticos around th*
base of the Teeth, and also unites them firmly to
ouch other and to tbo Pluto upon which they ur*
sett. This secures perfect cluuuUuess of the Teeth.
Office over DeWItt A; Morgan, Congress street.
v %* Republican aud Georgiau copy, fob 10— U
Factor and General Commission Merchant
no; 71 BAY-3TRKKT, SAVANNAH, OA.,
Rnnuut to—Messrs. ClagUoru k Cunningham, Bell
k ProutUs, Ogden, Starr A Co.. Savannah; J. P.
Thompson, Boston, dot 1