VOL. XXXVIII [OLD SERIES.]
SAVANNAH, (GA.) SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1856.
Dull)', Tri-Weekly ami Weekly.
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SATURDAY.-* O’clock, P. M.
lieorglan dl Journal Beading Room.
Our heading Room In the Exchange Is freo to
ill subscribers to the Dally Georgian 4' Journal,
to all contract advertisers In Its columns, to the
Clergy of the city and to strangers Introduced
by either of these clauses—hullo none others.
New York Markets.
New You, May 10.—The cotton market con
tinues dull and unsettled. Sales tor the day
amount to only 300 bales. The market closed
in tuit,vlck Railroad Meeting and Land
Last Tuesday the steamer IVetaku took from
Savannah a very Urge list of passengers, bound
for Brunswick, to attend the railroad meeting
and land sales advertised for the ensuing Thurs
day. A few miles below the city their number
was increased by the transfer of others from the
Alabama, just out from New York. The IFelaka
performed her duty well, us sho always does,
laudlugmost of her llvlug cargo between three
and fouro'clnck the ensuing morning. It became
very soon apparent that Brunswick had more
visitors thau she was prepared to accommodate.
The hotel, admirably adapted for the comfort of
a few, lacks rooms for the many who had been
drawn to the place. All, however, were dis
posed of with, perhaps, as much regard to their
comfort as could havo been anticipated.
We need not describe the town—the site
of the city to be built—nor enter upon the moot
ed question of its advantages as a commercial
matt. We will, however, say that the location
struck us as a beautiful one. Its climate, we
should think, might be superb, especially In
summer. A more delightful place than nature
Intended It should be through the long months
of June, July, August and September, is proba
bly not to be found In this broad land. Why,
indeed, it muy not be made an attractive place
of resort, both In summor and winter, it would
be difficult to say.
Two are three vessels freighted out with iron
were in port. One was unlading, the rails being
lifted from the ship to the cars, the railroad
track having been laid dow to and over a por
tion of the wharf.
In the fternoon of Wednesday an excurson
was made over tourteen miles of the road, to
the point reached by the contractors, Messrs
Collins and Alexander, In laying the Iron. The
work, for the most part, seemed to have been
well done, and is being pressed onward with ra
pidity. About half a mile lsdaily added tothe
.ran track. The run out Mid back was very
pleasantly accomplished, The road passes over
u level country to the present terminus, where
it enters upon a stretch, (we are told,) of one
hundred miles in a direct line, through a section
presenting extraordinary facilities both for gra
ding and superstructure. #
Thursday morning commenced the sales.
The result of the day's transactions was the dis
posal of 106 lots, ranging from 30 feet by 90 to
30 by 180, to different Individuals, for the ag
gregate sum of 949,006, being at the average
price of 9405 10 per lot We are Indebted to
the Brunswick Beraid for the figures. That pa
per states that thepurchaaers “are from all parts
of this State and from other States, as well as
citizens of Brunswick." Frida; forenoon 139
lots were sold for 946,420, being at the rate ol
1362 66 per lot- The sales were going on when
the fVtlaka left on her return to Savannah.
The whole number of 300 lota were doubtless
disposed of on Friday.
The general opinion seemed to he, that the
lots went off at remarkably fine prices. Inatae
the; averaged Bom 30 feet by 60 to 30 by 160
fact It was said tbM the Company owned in
all about 6,000, of which the 300. sold were not
the most valuable.
Thursday night a meeting of the Stockhol
ders of the Brunswick and Florida Road was
held, Col. Young of Thomas county, in the
Chair. The President’s report (a very remark
able document of which we may or may not
have something more to say hereafter) was
read. It announced that 26 miles of the
road had been graded—that on 14 miles
the Iron had been laid, and for 18 additional
miles the iron had been purchased. That the
cars would he running over the Sutilla river 32
miles from Brunswick In the month of August.
That the Engineer had been ordered to survey
a branch road, running East of the Okefenokee
Swamp, down to Florida—another Bom Thom-
asvUletothe Florida Une In the direction of
Tallahassee—and another from some point on
the main line to Albany. The general tenor or
the report was decidedly advene to making the
relingnishment required by the Main Trunk bill
as a condition precedent to a subscription by
the State, to that road. The report was unani
(t was officially announced that Messrs.
Collins and Alexander had agreed to furnish
. the grading and superstructure from the Satll-
la, IB miles, to Big Creek, and that a contract
had been entered Into between the Company
and 22 substantial citizens of Thomas, Lowndes,
Berrien, Clinch and Ware counties, to do the
same work from Big Creek to the Alapaha Riv
er, a distance of fifty miles. The terms of this
contract were 20 cents per cubic yard for earth
work and 30 cents for cross ties—payment to be
made one-half in tho “conditional notes," of
which so much has been said, and the other
half In the stock of tho Company. This leaves
uothlng for the Company but to furnish the iron
—which they engaged to,do—os fast as It should
The following officers were elected for the on
suing year :
C. F. Wells, Jr., of New York, President.
S, J, Beals, j
I Albany, N, I.
Florida Railroad bill—Othti' Ruilioad bill<—
Mr. Buchanan—Kama* Affairs.
Washington, May 14.
Tho people of Florida will have good cause to
rejoice over tho triumph tbw day achieved In the
Houie of Representatives, by tho parage of the
bill from the Senate, appropriating a llttiaovcr
a million acres of public lauds in that State, for
the construction of three railroads, one from
Pensacola to Montgomery, Alabama; one from
Fernaudlna, at tho mouth of St* Mary’s River,
to Tampa, with a branch to Cedar Keys; and
one ftum Pensacola to Jacksonville. These
roads exceed six Uuudred miles in Urn aggre
gate. They are the beginning of the prosperity
of that beautiful State, and every friend of
Florida hi this city is rejoicing over the eveut
of to-day. Tho bill was uobly and persistently
supported iu the Senate by Mr. Mallory aud Mr,
Yuleo, and in the House by Mr. Maxwell and
Mr. Benuett, Chairman of the Committee on
Mr. Jones, of Tennessee, who always insists
upon having things done, not only decently,
but ‘in order,” essayed every endeavor (11
you’ll pardon the alliteration i) toconsigu this
bill to the Committee of the Whole, there to
slumber until the blowing of the last trump; but
the House, no doubt admiring his justice, failed
to appreciate bis magtmulmity, aud overruled
Now, will the President sign this bill? No
doubt Is entertained of the fact, by those who
compare the bill per ir with the President's
known convlctloas. But the President is only
human, and ho has a future os well as a past.
Other bills of like character are yet behind tills
oue for Michigan, one for Louisiana, one for Al
abama, one for Missouri, aud the Senate is now
quarrelling over a motion to reconsider one for
Iowa, just past* Two of three embrace appro
priations of morethnu a million acres each.
May not the aggregate appeurtoo lurge for
practicability? May there not be particular oh
Jectious of an overruling nature to’.some, aud
may it not be fact that the appearance of im
partiality may require all to be treated alike?
I throw out these queries for the purpose of ad*
monishing the friends of this bill to prudence
and circumspection. That It la sound, just, rea
sonable, proper and expedient, there la not a
shadow of a doubt; but legislation in all Its stages
is as uncertain as the proverb declares juries
Mr. Buchanan looks well, aud hlH Hue form
and familiar face are welcome to tho capltol.
The tendency to lionize him has been properly
subdued. We have so many great men at Wash*
ington that were we to lionize them all we
shoud fall to find cages to put them into.
The intelligence received from Kansas yes
terday and to day, relative to the interception
of tho alleged flight of Robinson, Reeder’s dis
regard of the requisitions of the Court on the
ground of privilege, the indictment of Reeder,
Robinson, Roberts, Laue, and others on the
ohargo of treason, and tho roporta of tho mar
shaling of forces adverse to the territorial gov
ernment, excites the public mind here, as it no
doubt does throughout the Union, in an undue
degree. The power of the general government
ought surely to be at once exerted to suppress
disorder and illegality of proceeding, no matter
by whom practiced. AU other subjects should
be at once adjourned until tho settlement of tills.
Ravnlitinli Mnrkvt, May 17.
currun—Tho market continues ilull. TUe aulos
roporloil tills morning were fia bates, as fallows :—
11 at lo„, Hat lojq.amiai at loyg neats
Steamship Kuoxvlllo, I.yiilow, 68 hours from Now
York, to TadeiliirJ, Fay <5Co.
16tb last, 616 pm, n0 flutters:. Shoal, exchanged
signals with steamships Augusts and Southerner,
Bohr K Kidder, Hinson, New York, to Humor A
Steamer Welaka, King, i’alatka. Ac, to Glsghorn
Steamer Gordon, Barden, Charleston—J I' Brooks.
Htestnor Augusta, Fratar, Augusta, tu a M l-afll-
Steamship Alabama, Selieaek, New York—Padel-
bird, Fay tf Co.
Sehr i/iyal Scranton, l.imden, New York—Cohens
Stoamerat Johns, Freeborn, i’alatka, Ac— Cleghoru
Boston, May 12—Art- brig Chliuhtiruso, Brown,
Now York, Muy 18—Art- brig .1 Wallace, Union,
Arr hark Maria Morton, Unlkiey, Savannah.
Ud aeitr J W Hale, Kearne, Jacksonville.
Baltimore, May 14—Cld sehr Wcodbridge, While,
II. H. Wells,
la. J. KNiriUT,
New Publications.—Col. Williams baa placed
llAHrzH for June on out table, also No. 10 of
Harper's scrioa of Interesting private story
Hooks, by Jacob Abbott, entitled Tbo Enquter.
Mavok’s Count—-]Philip Crawford, accused
of tbrowlug a nuisance from tbe window ol bln
bou.se, admonished and lined tbe costa of court
UctAary, keeping disorderly house, fined
oosta of court.
Mrs. Causack, keeping disorderly house, fined
ousts of court.
James O’Bryan, disorderly conduct, fined fir*
W. Beck, drunkenness, fined three dollars.
Indian News from Florida.
An extra from tbe Alligator Advtrlietr of
May 9tb confirms the previous reports of tbe
presenco of Iodtsna, in considerable numbers,
who bad been sent out with an exploring party,
reports that on the 6th Inst., while sconttng In
the Quit Hammock and adjacent swamps, freth
Indian trade were frequently discoveren, one
of which fifteen or twenty Indians bad appa
rently Just passed over; was pursued by CoL
Wright's command to a dense swamp, which It
was thought Imprudent to enter with so small a
force, ns the Indians bid evidently taken
strong position, and only awaited the approach
of their pursuers to give them a murderous fire,
and then continue their retreat Col. Wright Is
fully satisfied that the ladiaru are in the Qnlf
Hammock in coaeiderable force, and that they
axe quite indifferent to the consequences of their
presence being known. Col. Wright, believing
Me force too small to continue operations In tbe
Hammock, posted his command upon Martin's
Island, where he will await reinforcements.
The Tampa Penineularot the 16th mentions
that two soldiers were fired at near Fort Blmon
Drum on tbe 2d Inst, by about twelve Indians,
but escaped without serious injury.
By a dispatch to the Agonts, we learn that
the Auguela, reached New York at 7 o'clock
this morning, nil well.
How to protect ohowi.no corn.— The
Granite Farmer gives some capital advice
as to how to make the seed com come up
—how to make the plants grow—how to
keep the hens from scratching up the seed
—how to prevent the crows from pulling
up the plant. Hear what The Farmer
“ The moat sure way to have the seed
■come up,’and do well, is first to manure
and prepare the ground well—plant good
seed, clean as it camo from the cob. This
never fails with me; all variation from
this have failed under different circum
“ To prevent the seed from being destroy
ed by the liens.—Tbe pig, with a ftiU belly,
will never root around; the hen, with a
full crop, will not scratch the ground,
Therefore—when my liens urc disposed to
scratch, I call them to the barn, and give
them as much corn as they will ent, for
which they always sing to me a merry
tune, and lay a whole hat full of eggs.
"Toprevent cromfrompulling com.—
I scatter corn in the field broadcast,which
they feed upon and leave the seed. If I
havo too much company by my liberality,
I soak tbe corn in strychnine and hot wa
ter. Last spring, after scattering half a
bushel of corn soaked in this way, 1picked
up forty-two dead crows, and how
many more went off feeling ‘kind o' sick,’
I am not able to state.
“ IFire and grub worms are more diffi
cult customers to deal with—for any
poison iiBed for their destruction, is always
absorbed by the soil, which is a sure pro
tection to them. I have never found n
sure remedy for these pests, and can only
secure my seed by planting enough for
their wants und mine too, and If they get
more than their share, I plant new hills u
few inches from the old ones thus destroyed,
and 'tbin out at second hoeing."
Port of fisvannsh
Slosuim St Johns, Fioeborn, Palatks, Ac.
Per Htoauishili Kiinxvillo, from New York—H N
Aid licit, Brigham, Kelly A Co, Butlor k Frierson, A
BlumeiizwelS, Boston k Villalonga, J A Brawn, B
Bradley* Bothwcll k Whitehead, Claghoru k Cun-
iiingbuin, M A Cohen, Charter & Co, Cm no, Wells k
Co. I> D Coop, Colo k Bi o, P M Cnroy. Carter & Co,
Cuiieus k llorlz, Cooper k Co, SCurrcIi, M F Dessau
A Doyle, W 0 Dickson, Duua & Wash burn. DoWltt k
Morgan, J Dickson k Co, W D Etheridge, Einstein &
Eckmann, W H Farrell, Franklin k Brantly, J G
Falllgant, Foote k Jaudon, W W Goodrich, Gilbort k
Tildcn, Gray Bros, C A Greiner, Win Halo, Harden’s
Express, A Huy wood, Habersham .V Son, Thus W
Hardee, F W Headmun, Hudson, Fleming k Co, G
H Johnson, Iron steamboat Co, King k sous, Ken-
uody & Beach, II Lathrop k Co, Lockott& Sncllings,
Lyun k Snider, W W lJncoln, J Lippmau, S M Lalll-
tcau. Moore k Co, G H Morse, W H Mercer, D Mul-
lett Si Co, Novttt, Lathrop k Rodgora. Ogden, Slnrr
k Oo, D O’Connor, Patton, Hutton k Co, E Parsons
& Co, J Prendorgnst, J F Polot. Ruse, Davis A Long.
Hongors k Norris, M J Reilly, Raqun k Smith, C H
k J Klkoman, A A Solomons, John Sherlock k Co, J
J Stoddard, J Sichel, W A Thomns, Turuor k Oo, E
F Wood k Co, Wayne, Greenvillo k Co, Way A Tay
lor, W Warnor, N B k H Weed, Wobster k Palmes,
Way k Smith. Young, Wyatt k ,Co, Young k Frior-
son, W D Zogbaum.
Per stoamor Gordon, Barden, from Charleston—
ORR, Florida Coat, Claghorn k Cunniughara, Oruger
k Wade, W Duncan, HA Cohen, W Y Levy,Bell k
Prentiss, A A Solomons, Lathrop «£ Co, H J West, J
Richardson, Haborsbam k Son, Behn k Foster, F K
Hertz. Weber Bros, E Heldt, S B Hamilton, J Boston
W H Humphreys, N D Estell.
Per steamer Welaka, from Palatka, &c—70 bales
cotton and mdzo to Boston k Villalonga, J W Ander
son, King \ Sons, Tlaon k Mackay, Cruger k Wado.
Way k Taylor, Couuer k Fraser, Lynn A; Snider, J
Ross, Holcombe. Johnson k Co, order.
Per sehr E Kiddor, from New York—Hunter k
Gammoll, Brigham. Kelly k Co, Bell k Prentiss, W
<0 Dickson, Cruno. Wells At Oo, Co ho ns At Hertz, M A
Cobeu, Claghoru k Cunulngbam, Daua At Washburn,
W D Etheridge, W H Farrell, E Fitzgtrald, Goodman
At Uro, Hudson, Fleming At Co, A Haywood, Hardee
At Co, D B Hall, CAL tamar, J W Jsathrop At Co, E
Parsons At Co, J Nlcolson, Patten, Hutton At Co,
Rodgora At Norris, Rabun. A: Smith, Youug, Wyatt A:
Co Yougu At Frlsrson, and orddr.
Per stsamshlp Knoxville, from New York—G C
Davinson and lady, Hon Sum Brevoort, A Runge, G
Tallmadgo, Capt Knight, lady, child and Bvt, Miss M
E Hlnkol, W C Fowler, J J White, P Strauss, Rev J
J Robertson, A 0 Mitchell, Walter Harris, Capt Tay
lor, S D Dixon, G Miller, 4 steerage.
L ADIES’ SILK VESTH-Tho best iu the
city. For sale by J. W. THRELKELD,
msylO . Congress and Whitaker streets.
G^S|a?eby^ LIE V ^^\^THHElKELD, and
maylfl Congress and Whitaker streets.
KENT'S COTTON VESTS-Just received
\JT and Tor sale by J. W. THRELKELD,
tuayl8 Congro*» and Whlthaker streets.
L B. SHIRTS.—Just received and for sale by
• J.W. THRELKELD,
mayla Congrats and Whitaker stroeu.
A boxes TOBAGC6, just received direct
Ov from Manufacturer, aud for sulo low, by
my 11 CRANE, WELLS k CO.
jjSjTSjx I HAVE JUST received a huud-
some assortment of Silk audGiug-
bam Uinbrollas, made to ordor In
tho -o est stylo. Call and son.
wh>*7 WM. 0. PRICK,
147 Bay street.
/'VNE or two good ones wanted immediately,
\J to whom liberal wages will be paid,
myll jtENNKDY At BEECH.
•-Constantly on "hand
CHAFFER k GO.%
No. 0 Whitaker street.
A tlantic lead.
and lor sulo at
P aper-hangings and borders;-
Just received a great ussortmout of the most
elegaut patterns, with borders to rnutcb, from 8
couts to *2, al CHAFFER At CO.’S,
i‘pr30 No. u Whitaker street.
PER STEAMER. «r assort input of
fp.u Misses and Children’s Plain Straws,
Ladies’ NKOl’Ol.lTAN BONNETS, IN-I
PANTS’ HATS and FLATS. AIho a fow
ILVIH. For sale by MRS. FREELAND,
may 17 Broughton street.
f iRESS TRIMMINGSX-Fringea, black and
XJ colored Molro Antique Uauzo, aud other styles,
iu great vurioty, aud lor sale by
AIK1X At BURNS.
L ocomotive needles—a new and ele
gaut artiole which needs only to be tried ouce
to lusuro the constant prefereuco of the seamstress,
just rccoivnd and for sale by
ntarl8 LAOSON At ROGERS.
'PHE Ann of SPENCER OURRELL & CO.,
X is this day dissolved hr mutual cuuseat. Either
partner Is authorised lo use the name of the late Arm
iu sottloinont of the ulfalrs of the same.
Savanuuh, May 1st, 1S60.
Tho undersigned will continue the Auction und
Commission bu.vness on his own account, from und
allor this date. SPENCER CURKKLL.
Savannah, May 1st. 1851L inuyll
B UT FEW LEFT u! t'lmse'Suitor Black
and Colored Mantillas, at
J. W. THRELKELD,
Congress and Whitaker sis.
T7NGLI8H Cambrics, plain and chocked; Jac-
-Hi onots, Swiss Muslins, plain, plaid and dotted ;
Victoria Lawns and NanisookMuslius, Bobinet lace,
plain and llgured, in great variety. For sale by
tnyj!8 FOOTE k JAUDON-
CHECKS AND DENIMS.
C ASES Apron and Furniture Checks.
Bales Blue Denims fbr sale by
my id FOOTE k JAUDON.
C ASES i, \ and 44 Bleached Shirtings and
Long Cloths. For sale by
iny 13 FOOTE k JAUDON.
/CHILDRENS GIGS.—Just received, among
\J which are some very handsome; a novelty In
this city. Call and soe them at our House Furnish
ing Store. KENNEDY At BEACH,
Hodgson’s Block, corner Broughton and Bull sts.
6REAT FlfrE AT PHILADELPHIA.
MAY l, 1860.
HERRING’S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES.
WBA1 THE PEOPLE SAT.
PmuDELFUU, 2d May, 1850.
Mutrr fhrrtU A Herring t
GienruouatTho Herring’s Pateut Champion
Fire-Proof Safe, which wo purchased from you lu
tho month or Jauuarjr last, was situated iu our
Counting Room, in the second story or 231 Market
street, on the night of tho Great Fire, 1st Muy, 1806,
and fall with the burning building in that confla-
Tho safe was reached this afternoon, after an ex
posure of Thirty 8ix Houro to Intense heat, and al
though the brass plates on the front of tho Safe
were melted, and the exterior shows the evidence
of extreme heat, the inside casing was found to be
untouched by Ure, and, with the exception of being
a little steamed, Is now as good as new :
EDW REMANS A CO.
Piuucnr&u, May 31850.
Musts, fhrrtl k Htrrinos i
Gsmxxxx The Herring’s Patent Champion
Fire FroorSafe or your manufacture, which wo pur
chased nearly n year since ,wai in the centre of our
building at tbe time or its destructlou in the great
Fire or May lit., I860.
We bad removed tbe greater portion of our books
betore tbe fire reached us, but left some of them
together with a number of loose papers inside pur
posely, to test tbe security of the Kale. After 38
hours of severe roasting, we found the Interior of the
safe upon opening, not only bright and sound, but
tho books and papers as free from fire as wbeu firs
We shall require auothor .Sale as soon as we get
a new loeallou.and want none but your “Cham,
Yours, Ac. FISHER k BROTHER.
No 13 North Sixth fit
The public will hour lu mind that the “HERRING’S:
PATENT” Is tbeouly Safe made In this city which
has never failed to preserve its contents in acciden
The two Safes from the above groat Fire can
now be seen in front of the old Stand, 34 Waluut
FARREL8 Ai HERRING,
Only Makers lu this Stato of Herrings
Patent Champion Safe
8. C. HERRING, & Co.,
Patentees At Manufacturers,
Ureou Block, 136,137 k 139 Water st« N. Y
may 14 Qt
ANTELLAS AND SCARFS, now stylol,
noodle worked basquos, bro&kfost caps, linen
cambrics and lawns, bmek net mitts ami gloves,
ladles god gents’ gauntlets, gents’ summor cravats
and stocks, Ate. Ac. Eor sale by
my 16 Dewitt a MORGAN.
fTE NT « AN DBOYHSUMMER WEAR
vX White and Fancy Linen Drills, White and
Brown Navy Ducks, London Sattcens, London
Cords, Grass Linens, Dra Etcs, Argentine for coats,
Ac., for Bale by DkWITT A MORGAN,
B LACK Bcreges, double width do, Black
Tiasuos, Sewing Silk, Spanish Crape. Challro,
Mourning Hsbucs, Jaconotfl and Organdies, Ging
hams ami Gingham Muslins, Callcoos, Black Crapo
Collars and Sloeves, White Tarletau do, do do iu
sots, Black Crape nnd Love Veils, Ac., recently re
ceived and for sale at the lowest prices by
myJ6 DeWITT A MORGAN.
MANTILLAS and SCARFS.
\TE\V style very rich black silk and lace Man-
131 villas, black aud colored silk Mantillas, white,
black and colorod cashmere Scarfa, Stella and gold
borderod Scarfa, entirely now designs, just re
myl6 DeWITT A MORGAN.
rpHE undersigned would invite the attention
X of merchants to the oxamiuatloa of a large aud
woll selected stock of Fall and Winter Goods, now
bolng recelvod and lu store, which they offer to tho
trade on favorablo terms.
tny16 FOOTE A JAUDON.
LANDLORD AND TJfiNANT.
T HE Law of Landlord and Tenant. By J.
Smith, with Notes of Amorlcan cases by P. P.
Bauvier’s Law Dictionary, last edition.
Bauvler’s Institutes American Latv.
Nellgau’s Atlas of Cutaneous Diseases, with color
ed pllltcd, 4to.
Drown on some Diseosos or Womon admitting of
■ Flint ou Dfreasos or tbe Ro3pirutory Organs.
Budd on Dlscasoa of the Stomach.
Sketches and Adventures in Madeira, Portugal
Italian •Sight* and Principles. By Jarvis, with
Physiology and CaHathonlca. By Catherine E.
Railway and titeamsblp Guide, with map3. ,
Ireland iu *U8 aud ’48; lu Revolutionary History.
By J. Savage.
National System of Political Economy. From the
German, or List.
aprIO W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
P A “$? N FL0DR - A vtet'^rr.
AA DOZEN FRESH UOOD EQOS—
DUO Packed In brand for Md. lo* »t
Corner Whiteker and Charlton ate.
/CHAMPAIGN ClDEli'&u.—116 boxeaCham-
V paigu Cider, choice article,
20 bbls choice old poach Brauy,
0 do do Applo Brandy,
10 do do Cherry Brandy,
Also—Ginger and Blackberry, boxes.
In store aud for sale by
febl WEBSTER A PALME-g
/"I HATH AM INFERIOR COURT—FJSBKU-
\J ARY TERM. I860.-Whereas. James Gugel,
James J. Wall, H. 8. Hardwlcke, John D. Jesse, H.
Rothschild. Francis J. Cercopely, Tbos, Hernandez
and P. Uclbelhouse, summoned to attend the pres
ent Term ofthlaCourtas Petit Jurors have made de
fault ; it is ordered, that they be fined twenty dol
lars each unless they file good and sufficient cause
of excuse on or before tbe first day of the next
Term or this Court.
True extract from minutes. »
WM. H. BULLOCH,
mare Clerk I. 0. 0. 0.
Tl if OR AVlAN AtiD FLOOMsSINQ COt-
IU ton—Just received and for sale by
J. W. THRELKELD,
apr26 Congress and Whitaker streots
'VT 0. MOLASSES, landing from schooner
-Lx • Abby Francis, and for sale by
dec 27 LOCKETT k fc
TT'RESH ARRIVALS OF FLOUR.—Fine Log
1 Mills, extra and superfine, Foster’s do do lu
store and for sale by
YOUNG. WYATT 4 CO
AND DEALER IN
Timber and Lumber.
“ WKLlSTdl WILLIAMS,
DOMESTIC, FOREIGN AND FANCY
No. 146 Congrers.it., Savannah, Ga
les. T. WELLS, formerly oMloaufor! Dial. a. 0.
THROPHILU3 W1UJAMS, “ Tcrlvrn Co., Os.
JAMES U. RODOKR-S. .OMES A. NORRIS.
RODGRRS A NORRIS,
(lato Crone k Rodgers,
JilllO 1, 1850, [Jo 201
I>. L. COHEN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Jones Street, (ono door East of Drayton Street.)
Is prepared to contract for all kinds of buildlug
Also to couduct wator through the various parts
of bouse*. ap U
Corner of Broughton and WlUtaker*StSi,
S UCCESSOR to T. C. Rice, Manufacturer »nd
Dealer iu every variety of common and fine
•HUES, kiln dried and warranted to mlit effec
tually the hot damp atmosphere ot* a Southern Cli
mate; also Lemon aud Strawbury Syrup, Ac. Terms
cash, prices low. _ if—my 11
WM. At'|)LKV COCi'EK. JXO. COLTER FHASKR.
COUPKR A FRASER,
FACTORS k GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ray stroot, Savannah, Go. ftnyll
JOHN G. FALLIGANT,
WHOLESAI.K AND HRTA1L DEALER IN
WINDOW BLINDS, WINDOW SASH AND PANE
West side Monument Sf(iiare, Savannah, Ga.
A. H. CHAlllPION.
(Successor to CUampiou Sc Watts.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
No. 4 Barnard st„ between the Market aud Bay at.,
. HAVANNAn, GA.
Dealer In Groceries, Korolgn and Domestic Liquors,
Dried Frulls, iko., ko.
Reference—A. Champion, Esq., Samuel Solomons,
Ksq , Messrs. Kabuu Jc Whitelu-ad, aud Swift &Co.,
Siivutinuh, Ga. myll
HAVANNAH WATER WORKS.
HR ADMAN df CO.,
Corner of Preafdent and Jefreraon-ata*,
Are preparod to executo all orders iu Plumbing,
and Gas Fitting, on short notice, and in superior
stylo^ _tf _ June 20
Largo sized Photographs, ta*
AT TWELVE DOLLAR*! PER DOZEN
Also, Ambrolypes and Da*
guerreotypes, in his usual su
perior style. A call Is solicited.
J. W. MILLER,
mar'27 cr. St. Juilon-st. aud Market square.
CARY’S DAGUEHEOTYPES, AMBRO-
typei and Photography*
P. M. CARY
W OULD respectfully give notice that his
rooms aro now open for the season, and rea
dy tor the reception of visitors.
By the Ambrotypx process persons may now have
their children’s pictures taken, in almost any por
tion they may choose, In from l to 3 socodds sullng,
By tho Pbotoorai'hio process old Daguerreotypes
can be transferred to paper, beautifully colored and
oulurged to life. * oot 22
0. 8. HARRISON. A. 0. MCQEHES
HARRISON A McGEHEE,
AUCTION, COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND
69 AND 61 BBOAD4TKXET, COLUMBUS, OEOBUIA.
tar Particular attention given to the sales or Real
Estate, Negroes and Produce.
tOT Liberal advances made on Negroes and Mer
RUSE, PATTEN k CO. )
GUNDY k DANIEL,. f-Columbua, Ga.
STEWART, GRAYS CO. J
H. S. SMITH, l Mobile, Alabama,
oct 23 ly
rpHE undersigned will, for five dollars per lot,
X examine any lauds lu tbe counties of Appling,
Wayno, Ware or Coffee, and report to the owner as
to their present value, tbe prospect for their be
coming more valuable in future, and whether or
not there Is being any trespass committed thereon,
invariably pledging himself to givo a true aud cor
rect account, for which all remittances will be ex
pected In advance.
He wlU also sell aud remit when requested, and
as directed, for seven per cent.
He will also promptly attend to all professional
business entrusted to his care.
VERNON C. MCLENDON,
my 18 Attorney at law, HomesvlHe, Ga.
A COMPLETE OUTFIT FOR HOU0K
r lftu Important Item, aud to know where to
got exactly what is wanted lsoqually important,
“KENNEDY & BEACH’S”
Hodgaon’a Now Block* Corner of Brough
ton and Bull Streets,
and you will find everything pertaining to House
Kocplug as well as Refrigerators, Meat Safes, Wood
en Ware, and '11 n Ware, Willow Ware, beautiful
Water Coolers, Patent Ice Pitchers, Brushes In ovory
variety, Bird Cages. Bathiug Tubs, Indeed nearly
everything that cuu be call,d for, recollect the place.
IVEftPOOL SALT.—400 sacks, ten to the
ion, landing from ship Ell Whltuoy, and tor
marlQ PADLFORD, FAY k CO.
/~\F EVERY DESCRIPTION executed on the
V/ premises by Mr. XOLTJMIER, in tho most su
perior manner, all of which will bo lurulshed tbe
city or couutry customer on tbe most reasonable
terms, and at prices as low as at any other estab
lishment ortho kind In the Stato.
mayl.'l No. 1 Market square,
N. M. CRAWFORD, D. D.
S. P. SANFORD, A. M.,
J. E. WILLET, A. M.,
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy.
H. H. TUCKER, A. M.,
Belles Lett res.
U. W. WISE, A. M.,
Greek aud Latin I«anguages.
WILLIAM G. WOODFIN, A. B.,
N. M. CRAWFORD. D. I):,
Ecclealastlcal History and Biblical Llteraturo.
WILLIAM WILLIAMS, A. M.,
Systematic aud Pastoral Theology.
THOMAS A. SEALS, Principal.
TUe Commencement Is held on the last Wednesday
The next Term will commence ou the last Wed
nesday in August.
The price of Board in the village Is $10 per month;
washing, room rout, fuel, Ao., $3.
By oraor oftlio Board of Trustees.
Ordinary of Chatham County,
AND xlTORNEV AT LAW.
Office la the Courmouse. my 18
ATTORNEY *AT LJlW,
tGT Office on Bay street, over the Bank of Savan
" RTF. COLE Sb BROTHER,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MER-
Savannah, Qu., and Montgomery, Ala.
F. T. Com, I R. F. Cole,
Bay street, Savanuah. | Commerco »t., Moutg’ry.
Holcomb, Jolinsou, k Co. | Cohens & Hertz.
Lockett a finelllngs, | Edwin Parsons « Co.,
Robert A. Alien, I Scranton, Johnston It Co.
SAVANNAH, GA. my 13
WM. L. WKHJi. WM. 8. SAUE.
WEBB A SAGS,
(SCCCXMSOKS TO CAMERON, WEBB k OO.
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHEN-WARE,
145 MXETINQ-3T. OUARLK8TON, H. 0.,
Will supply Couutry Merchants with Goods iu their
line at as low rates as they can buy In New
York, or elsewhere.
sept 28 iy
r.'j.'oQDXM. "wit. HTJJUtTjr. B. U. HARDEE.
OGDRN, STARR A CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
aAY-STRKKT. SAVANNAH. QA.
vOngb a Frierson;
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 94 HAV-HTRKRT. SAVANNAH, <M.
VAUENTINE RKUNNEH. WM. hVGKADY.
BRUNNER A GRADY.
IN PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL WORK,
The Subscribers, thankful for past favors, and re
lerrlug to work hitherto done In the city, respocUhl
ly auuounce that they will coutiuue to dovote their
porsouul attention to tho wants and favora of their
Orders through the Post Office, or at the residence
uf either partnor, promptly attended to.
may 17 ly
Lumber, Mill and Brick Yards.
Sept 5 SAVANNAH, GA.
PATTEN, HUTTON A CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Bayitrcet, Savannah, Ga.
I. LOCKETT. U. D. HNKLUMIR.
LOCKETT A SNELLINGS,
Will atteud to the soiling of all kinds of produce.
Strict attention given to rccciviug and forwurding
goods. may 31 ly
Auction A Commission House, Macon, Ga.
A. R. MCLAUGHLIN,
General Agent and Auctioneer,
Solicits from bfa friends consignments of evory
description. Takes or dors for Cotton.
49” Special attention given to the sales of Real
Estate, stocks and Negro property, at public and
private sales. Prompt returns and dispatch.
Reference—C. A. L. LAMAR. mcbSO
MM^Hfonuanrats, Tombs and Grove Stone’s, turn-
tehed on reasonable tormH. Orders res-
4. C. RU8I. 4. H. DAVIS. W. B. LONG.
RUSK, DAVIS A LONG,
COMMISSION AND iOHWARDLNU I
THOS. S. WAYNE. C. E. GRENVILLE,
R. ALEX. WAYNE, W. T. SAMPLE,
Jy 6—tf Savanuah. Chattanooga.
C. 0. POOLE,
No. 11, WhiUaker Struct, (two doors from Bryan,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Suhei, Blluda, Doora, Palnta, OIU, Var
nishes, Window Gloat, Putty, Ac.
1 Painters’, Graluers’ and Artlafa’ Bruahesi
'Whitewash Heads and Duatcra, Dry and
Mixed Paints of every deacription, Artists’
coiorstlntuboa, PreparedC&nvaaa, Ac.
PAPER HANGINGS. BORDERS AND FIRE BOARD
Rooms prepared with ueatnosa und despatch.—
House, Sigu and Ship Painting, Gilding, Graining and
Glazing done In the beat style and at moderate
AU orders trom the couutry promptly atteuded
to. meb 28—ly
FRRNCH CHINA, WHITfi* GRAN1TR,
AND GLASS WARE.
146 MKKmO BHUOCT. CUARDtSTOX, KOVTH CAROLINA,
« The subscribers respectluUy soUclt^^u
WHARF TO RENT.
T>ADELFORD’S Wharf, next west of the low
X or Steam Rice Mill, one hundred and fifty ieet
front, to rent on reasonable terms. Possession given
1st November next.
mnyl2 PAPELFORD, FAY & CO.
■223 hhds of very su
perior quality, iu new packages, landing
per brig Red Wing, and for sale by
apr!8 PAPELFORD, FAY k CO.
pOLORED LAWNS AND CAMBRICS.—
Just received per steamer Alabama from New
York, aud for sule by
J. W. THRELKELD,
apr!7 Cougross and >Vbitakcr stroels.
COD FISH, MACKEREL AND HER
J JU8T received 5 hhds choice Cod Fish 20 bbls
extra No laud No. 2 Mackerel: 10 do oxtra
Pickle Herrings, 60 boxes Smokod Horrlugs In store
nnd for sale by
may 10 Corner Broghton k■ Braytou sfa,
B leached shirtings. - 10 cases s-4,7-
and 4-4 Bleached Shirtings, dtlVoront styles
ust received aud for salo by
raarll LADSON k ROGERS.
F or hale<-
25,000 bushels Corn to arrive.
_ _____ YOUNG k WYATT.
/CHOICE OLl) MONONOAUELA WHISKY.
\J—10 bbls cholco Monongabcln whisky, very old
aud puro. Just received per Kcystono Slate, aud
for Bale by
rnay7 lot CHAS. A. GREINER.
L IME—1000 bbls. Lime landing per schooner
Malno Law, and for salo by
nmy7 BRIGHAM, KELLY k CO.
H AY—GO bales Prime Northern Hay land-
lug per brig Phllura. apd for brIo ^ _
BRIGHAM, KEIXV k CO.
Y^XIU’WtING, iliitting, Window Shades,
Vj laco and Muslin Curtains, may be (bund at
Hpr28 AIKIN k BURNS.
1 1HE UNDERSIGNED have this day entered
. into co paruiorsbip under tbo firm of FOOTE k
JAUDON, for tho transaction or tho Wholesule Dry
WILLIAM G. FOOTE,
my!4 THOMAS J. JAUDON,
isACUN HIDES.—8 Casks Clear Hides, just
X> received and for salo by
may 14 CRANE, WEIsLS k OQ.
iiOTATOES^—30 bhlB Potatoes, landing Horn
J. sehr W W Fulton, tor Mlo on whsth by
JuOb OtlDKN, STARR & CO.
Hr ANTED,-EfflctcntandrcayoustWo Agents,
VV to trarnl. Hood Inducements offorod. A|iRly
to . ALFRED WEBSTER, Oen. Agt.
•pro 186 Congrosnst.
L ADIES’ FLESH COLORED SILK VESTS
,| ust rocoivod and for salo by
apr2l J. W. THHEUCELE._
L adies’ and gent’s gloves.—a mag-
nitlcont assortment of ladles’and goat's Talfota
Silk Gloves, white aud bluuk, also assorted colors,
lust received aud for sale dy
marl l LaD80N k ROGERS
A superior lot of Hams in
U AMS HAMS.
store, and frr salo by
OGDEN, 8TARR k OO.
TpLOWER SEEDS.—Just received, a supply
JD of no w and choice Flower Beotia, at tho
apr 4 Cor. Broughton and Barnard ata.
■POTATOES,—100 bbli cholco Mercer Pota-
XT toea, landing aud far salt by .
dec 29 C AORKNEB I
my 12 2m
3. LANDRUM, Secretary.
C HAMPAGNE—12 baskets genuine Heidsic
Champagno In store and Tor salo by
raaylO OCTAVUS COHEN,
500 8A | C ? 9 C0R ^ just received and for
CRANE, WFXLS k CO.
17TH GEORGIA REPORTS.
/COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE ;,or, The
KJ Joys ond Borrjws of Amorlcan Life. By Mrs.
Tbo Three Marriages: or Life at a Watering Place.
Tbe First aud Second Marriages; or, Tho Courte
sies of Wedded Life.
India; Tho Pearl or Pearl Rlvor. By Mrs. South-
Phllly k Kit. By Caroline Chescboro.
Introduction to Social Science. By Geo. H. Cal-
Berenice. A novel.
Colomba, from tho French of Morlmer.
Tbo CUrtstion Life; its Hopes, its Fears, and its
Close. By Thomas Arnold, of Rugby School.
Madeira, Portugal and Spain.
Maziitl, Bbakspoare Papers, Hiawatha, Attache at
Madrid, Paris Bights, Boccaccio, Decameron, Widow
Bodott, Nupolcon Correspondence, Abbott’s Napo
leon, &c., Ac
may9 W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
from the traveling public, an inspection!
of tholr stock of Fronch and English
China, in plain white, gold bond, and
decorated dinner, dosert, breakfast, tea, toilet, tete-a-
tete sets and vases. Also, Cups and Saucers, Ac., ot
tho celebrated Sevres China. - White Granite of tbe
best manufacturers. Rich cut French, English end
They have a variety of oruumeuts lu Pariano*
Ware, Busts of Calhoun, Clay, Webster, and others,
andStatuetea of tbe Greek Blave, Venus do Medicis,
They have also a beautiful, durable and cheap arti
cle for fioora and hearths, of
Plain and Encaustic Tlleu.
Their stock being very general, carefully selected
and imported direct, ofibrs Inducements to merchants
ox woli as families, to whom goods will be put up at
tbe lowest rates for cash.
WEBB A SAGE, Importers,
successors to Cameron, Webb A Co.
JOHN S. NORRIS,
TTAVING resumed the practice of hisproles-
XX slon, offers bis services to his friends and the
publte as an Architect aud Superintended.
Designs fot any part of tbo country supplied ami
executed In all the various branches of his profes
sion, such as Publlo Edifices, Storos, Dwellings,
Monuments, Ac. Thoroughly Fire Proor btorea de
signed and executed. Office at present lu Bay Lone,
rear of the Custom House. Jan 3—ly
R. U. HILTON*
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Office corner or Bay and Drayton-at*.
ATTORNEY at law,
No. 8, Drayton Street, Savannah, Georgia,
JOHN 61. BIILLEn;
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(Office at the Court House.)
Will practice in the hu|»orlor and Courts or Ordi
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Corner of Bay and Whitaker Street#.
fob 22 gome
< 6r|ircm p|
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office 176, Uay-st., over Turner A Co’a. Drug Wore
* gSohge TROUP HOWARD*
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office Monument Square, near State Bonk.
JAMES »i. 8AVA(iE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TUOiUbVlLLK, ntoius OOOTT, OA.
All business entrusted to bis care will receive
prompt attention. lyr—marl7
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
• Office ou Bay street, over tbo Bank or Bavea
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WlU practice lu the couutlea of Hancock, Warreu
Washington, aud Baldwiu.
RsreKKNOM—Bobu k Few tor, Rabun k Smith, aud
E. A. Boullard, Savannah. Jan9
W51. V, CONNELLY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
toABIOLA, WOKTU CWNTY, OA., (POW OmOt. ALUAM.)
Will pracllse In the Boutbern Circuit, and in Macon,
Dooly and Worth Couutles of the Macou Circuit.
JlST Particular attention given to tbo oollectlou oi
claims in South-Western Georgia. Je2—6m
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
lebl-ly iKWixTo.N, oiu
LANCE 11 A XHSEHiSiC :
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
a]>6-ly _ MACON, OA. _
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
PKAXKLLN, UKARU OO., OA.
Will atteud to professional business in tho GuunUee
ofllcard, Curroll, Campbell, Coweta, Fayette, Men-
wether aud Troup.
Belorouco—Hon. E. Y. Hill, LaGrauge, Ga.; Hon.
David Irwin, Marietta, Ga.; Colonel II. II. ltd well,
Fayetteville, Ga.; aud Mr. william Dougherty. Co
lumbus, Ga. iepl7-ly
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OUlco over Thomas M. Turner k Co.’s Drug
atoro, Bay street. my7
4AH. H. HOOK. VKSD. T. TJOUUV,
HOOK ds> TE1IEAU*
Will practiso In Washington, Jell'erson, Scrtveo,
Burke, Emanuel, Tattuull, and Montgomery of the
Middlo Circuit, aud Wilkituou of tho Gcmulgee Ctx-
Hi WiUT SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
A1UUATOH, HAST Y LOUP A.
Will practice iu the Eastern ond Southern Counties.
Refer to—Col. 8. S. Sibley, and R. U. Hilton, 8»*
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices Law.iu the various Counties of the O03
rnulgeo Circuit, and tho adlohdug Couutles ol Twiggs,
Laurens and WashiugUiu.
Refer to—John ftohtou, H. <L Crane, and R. B
jAri. W. UKKRN. B. F. SMOOT.
GREEN A SMOOT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OCti’Q TUOMAWON, OA.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Commissioner qf the U. S. Court qf Clams for
the State qf Georgia.
Office Corner Bay aud Buii streets.
ly my 10
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. No. 14 UUERlV. BT.,
One door went oi Drayton,
J. W. PATTERSON*
ATTORNEY AND COLNahLLOR AT LAW,
Troup vilie, Lowudes Couuly, Ga. (myll
8. W. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Mouiicello, Jellerson Couuty, Ha.
Rulereuce—Hun. W. D. Fudunu. Savannah, Ga.
EDWARD G. WILSON*
MAO Ib'fRate, NOTjUIY AND COMMIbdlONER
At Messrs. Ward & Owens’ Law Office.
☆ OXiOTBXHTO A,
1 DOOK WEST OP THK REPUBLICAN BESDINQ ROOM.
Clothing ; Hats
and Oai», Shirts,
Cloths, 1 asslmers
and Vestings, will
bo made to men-
able lu style
ter Orders from city and county solicited. Jgtr
Pulaski House Barber Shop,
Owens' Brick Budding, opposite the Pttlaski House-,
FIVE WORKMEN ENGAGED.
Marshall House Barber Shop,
FOUR WORKMEN ENGAGED.
T HE subscriber, thankful to his fellow-citizeus
for tho liberal patronago he has received, nnd
Is still receiving, begs respectfully to Inform them
that ho has engaged sufficient additional first-eland
workmen from some of tbo best Barber Shops lu
Now York, aud will bo enabled to accommodate as
many gentlemen ns may houor him with their pa-
N. B,—Tho Barbershops aro closed on Sundays—
strangers will please bear this in mind.
SAVE YOUR MONEY '
CALL AT THE NEW SHOE STORE, No. 142
text door to Messrs. J. Dickson fc Co’a. Confec
tionary. You wlU there find tho greatest borguius
In Shoos ever oflbred In this city.
October 16th. 1866.
OABKETSt BASKETS!—Wo would call tho
X) attontlou of tho ladies to our stock of Work,
Travoltug and flno Fancy Baskets, the largest assort
ment in the city, at tho House Furnishing Storo, 166
mar21 HORACE MORSE.
UUUW. UUIIUII, MHIHUBI HUU 1UUUW.I * W
atteuuon given to locating, purehaaInf and selUog ot
town lots In tho town of Baunswlok.
Dr R Collins, Uaoonj Dr B U OargUe, Brunswick*
Thomas H Harden, Beraunah; Hon James L Mw|
ard* Thomas TiUe.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, Bay street, over tho Reading Room of the
Republican, entrance Immediately east of Messrs.
Price & Vender’*. may 11
WILLIAM H.~ IMSHEIC
AffOK.VEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Troupville, Lowndes County, Ga,
WlU practice In Thomas, Lowndes, Clinch, Ware,
Appling, Telfair, Irwin, Laureus, aud Pulaski
couutles, Georgia; aud iu Jetfersou, Madison, Ham-
II ton, and Columbia counties, Florida. [myll
wm. m. wuxuans. tiuudkiis ouvkk. jack SHOWN.
WILLIAMS* OLIVER A BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Ruenu Visu, Marion Couuty, Ga.,
Will practiuu in the counties of Marion, Macou, Houa-
tuu, ftti wart, Rumlolph, Muscogee, Lee, aud any
adjoining cguutiu*, where their services may be
JOHN It. COCHRANE*
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Dublin. Laureu* county, oa„ lute Junior partner ot
the firm of A. & J. Cocidua-b, lrwluton, Ga., wlU
attcuu promptly to all busluess entrusted to hia
care. Particular attention paid to collecting. Re
ference—Dr. C. B. Guyton, F. H. Rowe, Dublin,
Ga., M Marsh, SavaauaU.myll
JESSE T. RERNA1UI*
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Reference—George L. Brown, William Dell, New-
uansvillo, Fla., R. B. Ihlton, Boston k Villalonga,
Savannah, Ga. myll
HUOM, FliHIUNG di CO.,
Facloii and Commission Merchants,
Ao. 94 Bay Street, Savannah, Ga.,
fpENDEIl their services to planters, merchants
X aud dealers, In the sale 01 Cotton aud alt other
country produce, fieiug connected in busineos with
Hopkjmj, Hudson k Co., ol Charleston, the establish-
meat or an offleo lu tills city will afford our friends
choice of markets. Strict attention will be given to
business, uud the uutiul facilities ailbrded custo
J. R. HUDSON, )
W. B. FLEMING, f Savanuah.
IsABETH HOPKINS, Augusta,
my 11—if COHEN. Cbasleaton.
WOOD AND LUMBER.
A LL kinds of Wood, Boards. Planks, Joist,
Timber. Shingles, Light-wood, Posts, Easteru
Laths and Pailings, for sale, at wholesale and retail,
low far cash, on tho now wharf recently orccted ou
tho Lumber Yard or Robort A. Allen k Co.
mar 12—ly WM. J. L. MOULTON.
JOHN C. BOOTH,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
WlU alio give hla attention to designs In Arohitec-
ire. Office in the store of John WiUlamsou, E»q.,
Bay street. »y*8
LAND AGHNOY—Brnnawlek* Ga.
EDWIN M. MOORE
JEFFERS hteservices to thnpnbllo in thapor- *vrB\. ,
\X chase and sale of lands in the counties of Al a large lot or the foUowlng articles—
Glynn, Wayne, Oamdon, Charlton, Appling, Ware, white and ■ tripod Oanaburga, Columbus Factory,
Ooffoo, OUncb, Lowndes and Thomas. Particular — ‘ ■— —
1W GOODS Tho Bubscriber has received
oenwr OengroM end V
LEFLEit At WILCOX, DeillliU*
OFFICE over Dewitt A Mor
gan’s Store on Congress-street, oiler
their professional services to the
public, confident, from long experi
ence ana pust success, that In all cases, they will
render entire satisfaction. oct 2 if
Dra. ROYALL & JOHNSON,
Dcuusts, office corner St. Jullen-at.
aud Market Square, over 8. Wil-
mot’s jewelry store. Office hours
from 8 to 2 o’clock, and from 8 to 0.
mar 11 com
ARE now tolly prepared to in
sert fall or partial setts of Teeth
on tho principle of Dr. J. Allens’*
Pateut continuous Gum, By .this
improvement, Uniform of tho fade can be restored to
auy degree of rotundity that may be desired. U la
applicable iuall cases whore Uie cheeks have fallen
iu uad cannot be detected by tho closest observer.—
This method combines tho following4 -1 vantages:—
Au artificial gum, which exhibits a perfectly natural
and life-like appearance, aud Imparts tuthelheetU
that peculiar expresaiou which characterize* the na
tural organs. . ., .
This Gum consists of a 6ilacious compound, which
Is applied aud fasod upon tbo Teeth and Plate In suck
a manner, as to fill up all the Interstices around the
base of tbe Tooth, uud also unites them firmly to
each other and to tbo Plato upon which they are
sett. This secures perfect cleanliness or the Teeth*
Offleo over DeWiU k Morgan, Congress strest.
*/ Republican aud Georgian copy. fab 18—tf
BV ELLIS* **
Factor and General Commission Merchant!
mo; 71 MT-8run. izvamnih, os.,
Kxfimto—Uhstb. ClsgborafcCiumtoghira, ML
to mum, 0,4m, Slur to C., BsTMUhi J. r.
ThMMHto mSm. nor 1