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VOL. XXXVIII [OLD SEMES.]
SAVANNAH, (OA.) TUESDAY,! MAY 20, 1850.
liEOjm & JOURNAL.
* TUESDAY.—» O'clock, P. M.
(korglAii A Journal Rrmllng Room.
, our Heading Room in the Exchange Is freo to
nil subscribers to the Daily Georgian 3* Journal,
t,i nil contract advertisers iu its coUmmx, to the
Clergy of the city and to straugers Introduced
i,v either hf these classes—but to none other*.
An Error Corrected.
In the hurry of peuning the article headed
•Savannah and Main Trunk Hallway," which
appeared in our morning issue, wo fell into one
palpable error. It was in speaking of locating
the Main Trunk road on a lino “duo west*’ from
live “Initial ‘Point.” The designation in the
'/arter of the crossing of the Satillu, “near
/ulkcr's Ferry/' precludes, of course, u due
nM line. Still we are not certain that the ar-
patent is untenable. In running to Walker's
Kerry the Main Trunk line, though within twen
ty utiles ut the Bnuiswlck survey, is tiot pandlel
thereto—so does not, necessarily, we think, come
conflict with the rights of that company, lint
l*. this us it may—the duty of the friends of this
measure is to let it foil, if fail it must, by u 0
fault of theirs. Let them obtain their subscrip
tions, organize the company, payiuthellrst
installment and then call on the State for hers.
If tiov. Johnson shall be coustrained to with,
aeld it, the Company can still go on with their
work. lookltigto the next Legislature to remedy
the evil by umenditig their charter.
i'»nt|illmeiu to Snvniumli.
The editor of the Cbristiuu Index, lately iti
I attendance on the session of the Georgia Baptist
I Convention held in Savannah, pays our city the
• There is not, perhaps, in tho United States,
city better governed than this. With a popir
I lotion of about '23,000, there is less disorder, and
I that which is visible is more efficiently controll
ed, than among the same number anywhere
| else. Two reasons cau be assigned for this. The
citizens ate lovers of good order, and the officers
I Firing all offenders to justice. Day and night
I the police, some on foot, others on horseback,
I go through tho city, which is laid ofT in wards
I of such size as to bring any serious outbreuk.
1 hi auy part, within hearing of some one of their
I number* 1 .
The Republican, of this moruiqg, contains an
l.iiiituary notice of Pbtek Alexander, Esq., fa-
I tlier of tho seuior editor of that paper, who
I died at his residence iu Elbert county, Thurs-
I day last, at the advanced age of 73 years. Uc
I was born in Virginia, but had been for GO years
I a resident of Georgia. Tho obituary (which op
I pears over the signature of J. R. S.) says of the
Mr. Alexander had attaiued to his 73d yeur,
I and throughout his long life wus noted for all
| those sterling qualities which go to make up the
I character of an honest man and a good citizen.
I Plain and auostentatious in his habits aud do-
| jwtment, he never aspired to the bustle of pub-
I lie life, but preferred tbo purer and moregenlai
I atmosphere of home, where he discharged with
I religious cure, all the weightier duties of hus-
1 laud, father, master, and frieud. He was tiie
1 centre of the affectious of a large family, and,
I us their patriarchal head, the dispenser of hap
I |»iuess aud comfort to ail who hung upon his
[cate. As a man, he was rigidly conscientious;
I as a cliristiau, assiduous in his devotions, and iu
I'll bis conduct above reproach.
Wltat Is thought of Brnniwlck,
The Macon Telegraph in noticing the action
■of the Brunswick Company at their meeting
^ wt Thursday, says:
It will he seen that everything was extremely
l-r-pitious. The Company have determined to
fcdht-rc to their old route, regardless of tiie Maiu
[Trunk. Tills, we have not a doubt is their true
liolicy, if they can carry it out. A road to
ffhom isville will give them, to begin upou.a
Barge portion of the transportation furnished by
■lour fertile counties in Middle Florida, uupable
|*fa tremendously increased production. We
|,oliove that no provision of law, or of other
loads, can prevent this, as sorroy as we should
Be to see the prosperity of Florida roads inter-
iered with. Then all the counties of Southern
tieorgin in proximity to tho line, will cer
tainly find less Railroad transportation aud
L-henper shipment at Brunswick than Savanuah
Van well furnish them. Iu a word, if this lino
ks finished, we believe it will he bound to do a
Load transportation business, aud nothing can
fall forestal Brunswick as the outlet of the coun
ities naturally tributary to tiie road, whatever
lliitcral roads may be started, because Bruns-
Iwick ought to be tiie cheapest shipping port
I'iouth of Norfolk.
Other articles in the sutne paper show that
■the author of the foregoing cannot lie charged
■ with beiug prompted to it by prejudice against
in what lie says of the policy of tiie Bruns-
| wick company we entirely agree witli him
I l or the present, (and probably for some years
Ito come the same will be true) Brunswick’s in-
Jterest will uotbe promoted by a uuion of her
lmad with one from Savannah—thus bringing
[tlip former, in the infancy of its commerce, in-
competition with the established business
I facilities of the latter. She should evude that
1' ompetition until by tiie construction of her
to ThomasvlUe, with its branch to Albany
land Florida she shall have acquired through
liter trade a degree of vigor which will enable
| her to encounter It—That is her true policy
and tlnH policy she seems disposed to pur-
Police Hki’okt.—0. A. LaRoacb, lined live
| dollars and costs for neglect of duty.
J. T. Linebergcr, violating Sabbath ordi
nance; lined five dollars and costs.
E. Banders, lined five dollars and costs for
W. 0. Bryan und It. Lewis, fighting in the
| streets; fined each tlirco dollars and costs.
it Downy, fined one dollar for being drunk.
A. I*. Earnest, disorderly conduct; fined three
| dollars and costs.
Mat. Keating, drank; fined three dollars and
Tub Alleged Insult to American
IOfficers by the Trench Minister of
[War.-—Thu N. Y. Express is assured
I from the very highest authority, one of
I the leading men of the Commission, tlmt
l‘»o insult was offered to the American offi-
J<ei* composing tho Commission. When
■ the wish of the United States Govern
| incut was officially made kuown through
I l * lf * Comissioners at Paris, it was officially
| responded to by tho usual courtesy. The
I Commission were ullowed to visit the pla-
j* ( n desired, and if not to sec all tho im-
jlTovements of war, nil that it was cus-
Ihjiimry to show to strangers. They re-
Icoivcd permits from tho French Departs
Iment of war, for thut purpose, aud a per-
l^n was designated to conduct them from
1 )'lw.it to place.
I, Trying it Now.—“Americans must
1 America!” says the Know Nothing
Wmuorm “Yes,” says a contempor
^iluek Hawk tried it in 1832, and me
luck beet und tho Flat Heads arc trying
now!” J °
Lutcr from l*niiuinn—The RIoU.
Late uccniiiiit) from Panama coutaiu the con
roaponilonoe between Capt. Bailey of tiie U. 8
aloup-ofAvar N(. Mary'* and tiie Governor of
Panama in relation t«» tho late bloody mawinora,
of which so many Aincrieun citizens were vie.
thus. The day alter Iris arrival Capt. Bailey
addressed the Governor the following uote:
U. S. Suit* Sr. Mary’s, t
Harbor of Puuumu. April *23, 185U. j
His Exrellcucy, Don F. do Fubivga, Governor
Sir—On tlio loth Inst., sovoral cltlzeiw of the
Uuited States, France aud Great Britain, were
massacred, others were seriously wounded uud
outraged, ami alargeaiuouutof American prop
erty whs plundered by the police uud inhabit-
unis of Panama and its vicinity.
Tho outrages, robberies aiul murders, wore
for the most part committed upon iiuiocent and
unarmed men. women and children, who wero
peacefully endeavoring to pass thin great high
way of tuitions.
It Is my chief duty to employ tiie force under
my coiiuuaml for tiie prompt protection of tiie
lives and property of American citizens. An
early explanation, therefore, of the causes of
this catastrophe, us well as some evidence of
your Excellency’s inclination and ability to pre
vent such occurrences, is desired by me, in de
termining tiie necessity of my immediate inter
ference for tiie the protection of the persons und
property of the citizens of the United States,
until specific orders from my Government shall
I urn. respectfully, sir. your obd’t serv't,
Commander U. S. Navy.
Iu reply to tiie above, says the Aspimvulj
Courier of the 2d lust., the Governor endeavors
to throw the onus ot originating the “eatastro.
phe" upon tho passengers—presents two decla
rations, both very erroneous aud much distorted t
as proof that tiie culpability lies where lie would
place it—urges that ho is doing all he can to so*
cure tho protection for the pusseugers hereafter,
and asserts tlmt no resident foreigners, would
have been molested, if the passengers lmd not
taken refuge with them.
Allen Mel.uno ugeut of tiie Pacific Mail Steam
ship Company, furnished Capt. Hailey witli a
statement, duly sworn to. tho conclusion of
which is as follows :
1st—tlmt either the attack was directly
premeditated,or tlmt organization lmd been per
fected amongst the outside population, counte
nanced and assisted by certain white natives
living iu tho city, of which latter, some wero
influenced by jealousy of the foreigners, and
others by nuiuiosity to and Jealousy of the rail
road company—’which organization was to bo
used tip.ui occasions such as wus otlfered on tho
triglit of the 15th, and was for tiie purpose of
destroying railroad uud steamship property, ac
quiring plunder, uml shedding blood.
2d—tlmt there exists within tiie walls of
Panama a class of natives, composed of both
whites and blacks, who exert their iulluetico to
preserve order ami the supremacy of the laws—
who, while they are opposed to the foreigner
possessing equal rights with themselves, en
deavor to give him tlmt protectiou which all
civilized countries iu tho present age grant
him, und to which lie 1ms acquired a right by
payment of taxes.
3d—tlmt tiie police of the State, when called
upon the ground to quell the riot, instead of
placing themselves between the rioters, took
putt witli the strongest.
4th. Tlmt the Governor of tiie State, instead
of quelling tho riot, by driving back his own
rnople beyond tho reach of any firo that might
mve been coming from the passengers, or ad
vancing iris police to tho front and between the
rioters, allowed himself to give the fatal order
to udvunce und take the station, from which ho
supposed, from vague rumors, there was firing.
otli. That the Governor not ouly was unable
to restrain his countrymen, lint was forced by
them to join them iu their attuck on the unarm
ed uud defeii-.eless passengers.
Oth. That the Governor was unable effectual
ly to suppress the plunder tlmt accompanied the
7th. That the authors of tho massacre were
tne police force, and that the major part of tho
massacre occurred during their attack upon the
station and grounds; that the police, alter ob
taining complete possession of the station, in
cold blood, killed defenceless passengers, crying
for quarter, and that they also assisted iu acts of
8th. That the Governor, after ordering his po
lice to advauce and take tiie station, left the
ground and returned to the city, thereby leav-
ng the pusseugers, their property, and that of
the Railroad aud Steamship Companies to the
mercy of an infuriated mob and police force.
Utli. That when the Governor ordered his po
lice to advauce and take tiie station house’, there
was no firing from said house.
10th. That there was no tiring trora the rail
road station house during the whole evening, as
has since becu shown by the survey held by re
spectable persons on said premises.
Tills statement was enclosed to tiie Governor,
between whom und Capt. Hailey there followed
a further correspondence by no means satis,
factory to the latter. Wo take the following para
graphs from his concluding note :
I hud expected,when asking information as to
the causes of the frightful occurrences of the
15th Inst., tlmt apurt from tiie immediate origin
of the tulmult, you would have deemed it due
to yourself as the Chief Magistrate of this com
munity, to state why and wherefore you under
took the fearful responsibility of ordering your
police to lire upon my countrymen, women and
clriidrden, and to state what steps you had
taken to punish the guilty uud restore the plun
S3 Ten days have elapsed since tiie eatastropho,
and I have yet to learn that u single criminal
lias been arrested, or that any portion of the
immense* amount of valuables taken from tiie
passengers ami Hail lioud Company bus been
I have yet to loam that when a riot or colli,
sion shall take place between foreigners on tho
ouc side und natives on the other, you recognize
any higher obligation on your part than to pro
tect and uBsist the latter jind to disarm, murder*
maltreat und plunder the former.
The deduction, 1 regret to state, ailbrds me
little assurance of tiie safety of tho transit for
the future, unless your Excellency shall devtee
some most speedy nud efficacious method for
rendering them uufortunate!'*elements’Tless'*he
1 urn, witli tiie force under my commaud,but
from eight or ten days removed from communi
cation with my government, and am therefore
bound to submit to their judgment the manner
iu which tiie fearful accountability that you
have incurred shall he investigated, und to their
discretion tiie indemnity thntsliall be demanded
for tho past, and security for the future; mean
while, 1 shall do all in my power to avert any
danger that may occur to the transit passen
gers, from whatever quarter it may conio, and
under every emergency.
In directing my first communication to your
Exccllcucy, 1 hud no desire to listen toapologies
for certain parties or certain acts, but an earnest
wish to know what you did towards punishing
the parties concerned iu the frightful utroclty.
I wanted not sophistry, but action—the names
of tho criminals arrested—tho officials dismiss
ed—and sonic allusion to plunder restored.
That I have uot been thus gratified, I have no
reason to doubt, arises from tiie fact that you
deem tiie origin of tho affair n sufficient justifi
cation for its frightful conclusion.
I shall here take leave of your Excellency as
a coircspondent, und shall have tho honor to
submit your two communications to my govern
ment, presuming that they will uot bo more sat
isfactory to them than to me.
I mil, respectfully, sir, your ob’t serv't,
(.Signed) T. Hailey,
Commanding, U. 8. N.
We wopo (with tho New Orleaus Crescent)
that the next correspondence lietwcen tiie Cap-
tuin and tho Governor will bo -unless indemni
ty for tiie past and security lor tho fijturo is fur
nished—of u heavier nature than “paper pel
lets.” Tho Captain, doubtless, would prefer
shot aud shell.
News from Port au Prince.—Hy tho arri
val of Hark Clara Windsor, Capt. Bullon.at this
port, wo have received advices from Port au
Prince, to May 2. In consequence of tho grout
rains, tho place has bccutno healthy, and the
fever has entirely disappeared. The 0. W. lias
not had ncaso of sickuoss elthor while lying in
port or during tho passage. Coffee is very
scarce, and not much to ho had at any price.
Doubloons, $288,200,--New York Herald qf
Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.—
The Cincinnati papers aunounce tlmt
Messrs. Aspiuwall and associates, com
prising the New York Company, arrived
in that city a few days ago, aud on Satur
day signed the contract which transfers to
their possession the sole control of the
affuirs and franchises of the Ohio and Mis
sissippi Railroad until completed and
equipped. It is expected that by this
arrangement the cars will be running to
St. Louis withiu twelve months.
California Delegates.—*). L. Brent,
Dr. Buel, and #T. R. Hill, delegates from
California to the Cincinnati (Dem.) Con
vention, and Mr. Hitchcock, K. N., dele
gate, arrived in the George Law.
# Nicaragua Frvfr at the South.—A
dispatch from New Orleans says, the recog
nition of Padre Vigil has given quite an
impetus to the Nicaragua fever. The
South is alive with interest on the subject.
'Phe Daniel Webster will probably sail on
the 22d with plenty of recruits for Walker.
Suit for Damages.—The Quebec,
Cunuda East, Colonist says that T. J.
Tusehcreau, advocate, has eutcml an action
of damages against the directors of the
Turnpike Trust, on bchulf of the six orphan
children of Cole, who wus killed by the
falling of the suspension bridge at Montmo-
renei. Damages laid at £1000.
Acquitted.—-The Secretary of War
has approved the finding of the court of
inquiry “that tho honor, und integrity of
First Lieut. Willard, eighth regiment of
infantry, ure entirely unlmpcached by the
charge that ho hud niadeun improper use
of the public money.”
[From tho Macon Tolcgmph.J
Tin Central Railroad and It. Manage
We Unve read neither tho Scrlvcn county at
tack, upon, nor the defence of tho officers of
the Control Railroad Company, because, of n
o truth, the affairs of that Contpauy have been
managed with so muchsuccexs and so little fuss,
for so long a time—it has maintained universal
ly so good a name with the travelling public,
and paid Its dividends so regularly, that paper
pellets against these substantial evidences of
good management, are like the horse pistol shot
of one or Scott's heroes against Impenetrable
battlements of Edlnborough Castle. It Is a foot
commented upon often by Southern bound trav
elers, that, at Baltimore and Washington, with
occasional exceptions, you take leave of nicely
kept cars and locomotives and strike them ngaln
In Georgia. No road In the Union, wo think,
ean present better evidences of care and good
management In these respects than the Central;
and a ride over the road last week, by daylight,
In which wo had, for the first time, a good op
portunity to notice the condition of the track
and of all the arrangements, so gratified us,
that we take a real pleasure in speaking of them.
The cars, we noticed, were built by the com
pany In Savannah, and were very nnndsome,
comfortable and strong—having a double floor
filled between to deaden the sonud and enclose
the flooring timbers, so ss to present the addi
tional safeguard of a smooth surface to any ob
stacle which might come In contact with the
bottom of the car- The track Is In unexcep
tionable order throughout—smooth and Arm—-
the bridges and culverts all In lino condition—
the ditches clear and unobstructed—the excava-
vatlons and embankments In excellent preser
vation—the underbrush through alt the distance
nicely cleared away, and the company Is busy
with permanent improvements. From tho 100
mile station to Macon, we learn all the oldwood-
en station houses ore to be replaced with sub
stantial brick buildings. One fs already comple
ted, and another isnow being roofed. The road
is a proud monument of Georgia intelligence
and enterprise, and, beyond a peradventure, Is
destined to go on In Increasing usefulness and
prosperity to the end of time. Nor ought we to
omit In this notice the gentlemanly officers of
the trains, who, without exception, we fonnd as
pleasant, attentive and courteous as could pos
sibly be desired.
Nkws raon Bubxuda.--Our flics from Ber
muda are dated to May 7.
Her Britannic Majesty's ship Powerful, eighty-
four guns, arrived from Havana on the 4th Inst.
The British war brig Arab arrived the same
The Royal Gazette, of the 7th Inst., says :—
Three whales have been taken by boats belong
ing to the east end of the island.
We regret to hear that the potato crop, now
being dug, will prove a short one. The unusual
ly Inclement winter which hasjnst passed away
committed very serious haven among the fields
of potatoes, and In some places the ground was
quite denuded of the growing orop through the
high winds and very chilly temperature that
prevailed. Borne planters will not reap one-
fourth, and others not a fifth of the quantity
they raised last year. The arrow root crop is
also much less than the returns of the last aud
preceding yearn.—N. Y. Herald.
Emigration to Kansas—A Voire of
[From the National Era.]
The friends of Free Kansas In the North are
acting unwisely. They are staking too much
on the Presidential election. They are lulling
the restless North to sleep, and lashing the In
dolent South to action. They are talking too
much and doing too little. The South is beat
ing the North at tts own old and favorite pas
times ; planting colonies, shrieking for Union,
extending the area of mint juleps, die.
If the Republican party triumph, they say
Kansas willhe saved to Freedom. Butirit fs
defeated, what then? Shall the Slave Power
K essess It ? Shall the fate of the countless mil-
ons of men who are destined to live between
Missouri and the Paelflo be afiheted for genera
tions to come by the unccrtaja result of a politi
cal campaign! V
Appeal to the young men of the Northern
States to emigrate to Kansas without delay, to
insure by their presence and their votes, the im
mediate triumph of Free labor In that vast and
fertile Territory. Hitherto, the Southern emi
gration to Kama, (ihit Spruit) hat doubled, if
not trebled, the emigration from the North.—
There is no doubt orthls fact.
Exported to dale
Stock an hand not cleureil 184,950
'* FRIDAY, Hay 16-12 ».
Corrox—There has been some liiipUry Hits' moro
ns, hut It bolus known ut au early hour that till-
AslaV nuws was lit towu, very little has been done
Tnlucco—12 Idols were sold ut Oil, uud 20 at V/,
Smalt—Firm at yesterday’s advance.
Mot-tssks—Orleans redded ts ill sued request, aud
prices have boon put up to 42u lor bids, a ill 4uc for
Flour—M’c uotico sates ut’ 400 bhls St- Louis lor
shipment nt $0; 166 Fancy at $6 67/], aud (last
evening) 48a St. Louis nt $0 « bbl.
Coax—Stuck light, and prices hlsher. Sales 120C
sacks at 48c, und 614 (466 and 1211 ut the udvuuocd
rato of 60c.
Oats—600 sacks St. Louis tuken at 68, ami 20U ut
260 per bushel.
Ilian—Firm. Mess retailing at *10 60a*10?6,uml
166 bids sold Iu ono lot at 416 60.
Bacox—lo cuses eloar sides sold ut 6d, uud some
Fannins—Cotton to Liverpool ?(d.
Tho deficiency bill haB been approved
by tbo President. Tts aggregate of ap
propriations amounts to about $4,200,000.
A Heavy Business.—Tbo town of
Winchendon, Moss., is more largely en
gaged in the manufacture of woodenwurc
than any other piuce in tho country. They
furnish annually 1,560,000 pails, 240,000
tubs, 15,000 churns, and 1,000,000 toy
pails, that have a total value of $360,000,
or about $1000 a day, including Sundays,
through the year.
Glimatio Phenomena.—A correspon
dent of tho Smithsonian Institution at
Fort Clarke, Alachua county, Florida,
writes that it ta a remarkable feature of
tiie climate of that place that it is entirely
exempt from storms or high wind—none
having been known for thirty years. The
storm which caused so much destruction
in 1854on the coasts of South* Carolina
und Georgia, was there only a stiff breeze.
Both north uud south of Fort Clarke, high
winds are common.
A New Heibesb.—The wealthiest
heiress in England at this time 1b Hiss
Jones Loyd, daughter oi Lord Overstone,
the banker. She has just come out and
created an immense sensation at the last
“drawing room.” This wealthy young
ML—N. Y. Times.
AuMv OrncEns Cashiered.—The Pre
sident, says the Star, has confirmed the
sentence of the reueut courts-martial con
vened in the eases of Capt. t Urns. K. Travis
of the second regiment of Cavalry, and
Second Lieut. Win. B. Reynolds, of tho
sixth Infantry, C. S. A.
The sentence of the former was dismissal
from the service for conduct unbecoming
an officer and a gentle man. Beynolds
was sentenced to be cashiered, which sen
tence the President has directed to take
effect on tiie 9th of May inst.
Tiie election of a U. S. Senator, from
California, has been defeated, for this rea
son, the legislature (which adjourned
April 21st.) refusing to go into joint bal
Savannah Mui-ket, May Ml).
COTTON —TIicrt* w>-ro mi salt's of cuttoii
ANTWERP—8lti|i Ainllniii—433.e5« Toot luinhi-r.
1 must, lO.lUli loot |i|-.tnk
.NEW ORLEANS, Muy 15.—Corrox—The inquiry
bus HKuitt been good to duy, uud us (actors Imvo
beun dUjHtsed to moot tile viuwsol buyers, 10,000
bales have changed bunds at ubout the rungooi'onr
Inferior I Middling Fair.. 113/a—
Ordinary 8 ad,'4 | Fair 12 a—
Middling l»»aalu»,' I Good Fair nominal.
Good Middling.fi ull*4 | Good uud Fine, uouiinui.
8TATXMKXT OF COTTOX.
Stock on hand 1st September, 1856 bales 40,282
Received since l,»W5.7l:J
Received to-duy 2,045—1,088,658
Port of Savannah MAY 20
HUM ifteamsUlp Florida, Woodlmll, New York,
witli mdzo aud passengers to Fadelford, Fay & Co.
.Sunday, lo 60 a m, hit 37 23, Ion 74 46, pussod
steamer Cuhawlm, bourn! north; sumo day, 7 60 p
m, oirBodily Islond. exchanged signals with stouin-
ship Nashville, for New York.
^teamaUlp Keystone State, Hardee, Philadelphia
—C A Greiner.
On the I8U1, at 4 p m, off Cape Haile rah - , exchang
ed signals with steamship Nashville from Charles,
ton for New York; at 7 p m, exchanged signals with
steamship State of Georgiu. from Charleston for
Sclir Lookout, Butler, New York, in ballust, to .1
F Helot. ’
Steamer Gordon, Barden, Charleston—J p Brooks.
Ship Sardiula, Houston, Antwerp—Weber A; Bru.
Steamer Weluka, King, Palntka, kr— Claghorn
Steamer Weluka, King, Palatka.
Boston, May 16—Cld brig Julia Ford, Jacksonville.
Liverpool, April 28—Arr ship Yauguard, Norton,
Per steamship Keystone State, from Philadelphia
Butler & Friersou, Urighaiu, Kelly & Co, Brautk-v Si
Co, E E Barie, W W Buldwlu, Helm & Foster, Dr 11
C Berrieu, Claghorn k Cunningham, Cohens & Hertz
D O’Gounor, .1 H Curler, Crane, Wolls k Co. M A Co-
lieu, J P Collins, O Cohen, M Cummings, G \V Davis,
Dr W C Daniels, W Duncan, W G Dickson, W D Eth
eridge, Franklin k Brantley, Giles k Co, C A Greiuer
G Gomenden, Holcombe, Johuson k Co, W Hale, F
W Hoadmau, II Morso, Harndou’s Express, Hunter
& Gammell, U H Johnson, O Johnson k Co, Lyuu k
Snider, CAL Latnar, H H Llnvllle, Jos Llpinauu, W
W I.iticolu, A Low k CO, S M LaiJlteau, Minis A John
son, 8 A McCloskey, McMahon k Doyle, Moore A Co
Ogdeu, Starr 4:0o, Patten, Hutton k Co, Parsons k
Co, E J Purse, H Rothschild, Ru3e, Davis k Long, F
J Roa’enberg, Rosenberg k Weigaud, I) k W Roso, J
Ryan, M .1 Kullly, Swift k Co, Scruuton, Johnson &
Co, A A Solomons, Tiaon S: Mac Way, \Y P Voltmn, A
Welghlen, Wayne, Grenville * Co, Waruock k Davis
Webster k Palmes, Way Ik Taylor, Wood & Co, WT
Williams, W H Wiltborger. Young, Wyatt d Co W
Per stoamship Florida, from New York—H N
Aldrich, E C Anderson, Brigham, Kelly k Co, Butler
& Frierson, A Blumcnzwelg, Belm & Foster, N K
Barnum,.! A lir-twn. A Boimud, G Brown k Co, M
Bateson, H Bozollo, Claghorn & Cunningham, M A
Cohen, Chaffer & Co, Crane, Wells k Co, Carter k
Co, Cohens k Hertz, W Cox, A H Cbnmglou, J E
ItoFord, W O Dieksnn, Dana k Washburn, IV I) Kill-
orldgo, Franklin k llruutly, J O Duval, S H Fisko,
E Fitzgerald, J Foley, Footo k Jauduu, Gray Bros,
Gilbert k Tilden, W W Goodrich, W H Guion, Miss D
A Gardner, Win Hulo. Harden’s Express, A Haywood
FW Headman, lluntor & Gammell, G H Johnson,
G 8 Harding, J D Josso, King k Suns, H Inthrop k
Co, Lockott k t$»olllug8, Lynn k Snider, S M LafUtoau
M Luvin, J \\ Lathrop. CAL Lamar. N Lyon, Moore
& Co, I) Mallett k Co, T McKenna, T W Morrell, W II
May, E Molynoux, Novitt, lathrop & Rodgers, John
Nicholson, G S Nichols, Ogdon, Starr k Co, Patton,
Hutton k Co, E Parsons &Co, Pierson, Heidt 4s Co,
Dr J A Park, Ruse, Davis tfi Long, Roblusou & Camp,
A A Solomons. John Sherlock A: Co. C Smith, Scran
ton, Johnson k Co, W A Thomas, E F Wood & Co, N
B k H Weed, Wayno, Grcouvlllo k Co, Wav k Taylor
5 Wllmot, Waver * Constauthio, Dr F P Willis, W T
Williams, Waruock & Davis, W H Wiltborger k Co,
Youug, Wyatt & Co, Young k Frierson,
Per steamer Gordon, Barden, from Charleston—
C RR, Florida Boat, Young, Wyatt k Co. A S Hurt-
ridge, Hardee k Co, Miss Roberts, J Fuchs, Crugcr
6 Wade, Boll & Prentiss, Scruuton, Johuson k Co, E
J Black, Verstlllo k Frlorson, Ijdbrop k Co, ,1 Manl-
Per steamship Florida, from New York—P Hay,
G W Wardwoll and lady. W H Farrell and lady, J I.
Hathuway. C A BoBwortii, Isaac Blumcnkrou, Tho.s
Brown, W Bailey, E Phelan, H Grossmuyer, and 13
Per steumsilip Koystouo State, from Philadolphia-
L McIntosh, W Brnlnard, M Carrier, Dr J Jones, R
Smith, 31188 Vau Patton, 3Irs Van Patten, II B Ray,
Mrs Irwin k Daughter, A Auferman, lady nud two
cbildrou, B Field, J Noble, aud 2 stecrugo.
Per stoamor Gordou. Barden, from Charleston—
Capt Lovett, E J Blacd, W Morrell, J Arkwright, J B
Ponco.il! Cleapor, E Grubor, C H Taylor uud lady, D
Haywood, R Dovliu, Church, Miss Stiles, F Nlsson,
and 8 nogroos, J .Swocuoy, E W Cablo, A Webster, J
O Brandi, J WHolmoa, W W Smith, and 6 dock.
P UTNAM’S Monthly Magazine for May.
Frauk Lesllo’s Gazette of Fashions for May.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Itovlow for April.
Received and for sale by
WARXOCK k DAVIS,
169 Congress Rtreot,
M GLASSES k GIN-
120 bhls Now Orleans Molasses;
76 bbls Phelps’ Giu. For sale by
maylO OCTAVU8 COHEN.
A sacred"" concert
. Will be given in CHRIST CHURCH,
FRIDAY EVENING, May Dit, 1850,
For the Bouellt of tho Urphau’s Homo, oftheEpisco.
Tickets SI etch; to be hud nt the Bookstores or
Col. Williams and Messrs. John M. Cooper At Co.,
and at the door on tho ovciiiug of the performance.
Doors ofieu at V# o’clock; concert will commence
at 8.o’clock precisely.
*** Morning jwpers copy. uiuy2<i
B Y it quiet single gentleman, a comfortable
room, with board, in a private futnlly. Bust
of city roforouco given and required. Please uddrers
A. B. C., this ofllcp. 2t |,: tnay2«
/CHAMPAGNE—12 baskets genuine lleitlslc
VJChamimgno In store amt for sale by
17TH GEORGIA REPORTS.
/COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE; or, Tlio
yj Joys and Sorr iws of American Lllb. By 31rs.
The Three Marriages; or Life at a Wutering Place.
Tho First aud Secoud Marriages; or, The Courte
sies of Wedded Life.
India; The Pearl of Pearl River. By Mrs. skiutb-
Phllly k Kit. By Caroline Cheseboro.
Introduction to .Social Science. By Geo. 11. Cal
Berenice. A novel.
Colombu. from the French of Merimer.
The Christian Life; its Hopes, its Fears, audit*
Close. By Thomas Arnold, of Rugby School.
Madeira, Portugal and Spain.
Maziui. Sbakspeuro Papers, Hiawatha, Attache ut
Madrid, Purls Sights, Boocueciu, Decameron, Widow
Bodott, Nupolouu Correspondence, Abbott's Napo
leon. kc., ko
mayy W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
O ASSETS! BASKETS!—Wo would call the
J_) utteutiou of tbo ladies to our stock of Work,
Traveling and due Fuuoy Baskets, the largest assort
ment In tho city, at the House Furnishing Store, 165
mar2l HORACE .MORSE.
LAND AGENCY-Uruuswlrk, Gn,
EDWIN M. MOORE
O FFERS his services to the public in tiie pur*
chose aud sale of lauds In the cuuuri«s oi
Glyuu, Wayne, Oumdou, Ohurllou, Appling, Ware,
Coffee, Clinch, Lowndes uud Thomas, Particular
atteutiou given to locating, purchasing and selling ot
town lots iu the towu of Bauuswick.
Dr R Collins, Mucou; Dr B 31 Oargile, Bruuswlck*
Thomas H Hardou, Svvuuuuh; Hou Janies L tn-w!
B ALLAST.—75 tons Stone Ballast, fomleyb
mar4 ROWLAND k 8ON.
TLANTIO LEAD—Constantly on hand
. and for sale at CHAFFER k CO.’s,
»l»r30 No. 0 Whitaker street.
M ARBLE Mantels constantly on hand, and
Tor sale on fkvorablo terms by
dec 16—6t CHAFFER ft CO
F RESH MUSLINS.—A few mom of those
figured Lawns at 12)4 cents. Received per
late steamer from Now York, and tor sale hy
J. W. THRELKELD,
may 16 Congrats and Whitaker streets.
N. M. CRAWFORD, D. D.
S. I*. .SANFORD, A. M..
J. K. WILLKT, A. 31.,
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy.
II. H. TUCKER, A. 3!.,
Belles Li tires.
U. W. WISE, A. 31..
Greek and Latin Languages.
WILLIAM G. WOODFIX, A. lb,
Then lout cut Seminary.
X. 31. CRAWFORD, D. D:,
Kedoidnnicul HDtory und Biblical Lltornlure.
WILLIAM WILLIAMS, A. M.,
S.vrip)malic aud Pastoral Theology.
THOMAS A. SEAL'S, Principal.
The Commencements hold on the last Wednesday
Tho next Toon will commence on the last Wed
nesday in August.
The pricu «d‘Board in tho village is $10 per month:
wurihiug. room rent, fuel, Ac., $3.
By order of the Hoard of Trustees.
my 122ui S. LANDRUM, Secretary.
WHARF TO RENT.
P ADELFORD’S Wharf, next west of the low
or Steam lUee Mill, one hundred and fifty tool
trout, to rent on mtriouable terms. Possession given
1st November next.
may 12 PAPKLFORD, FAY k_CO.
COD FISH, MACKEREL AND HER
J J UST received 5 hltda choice Cod Fish ’20 bbls
extra No land No. 2 Muckorel: 10 do extra
Picklo Herrings, 50 boxes Smoked Herrings in store
Corner Broghton & Bruyton sts,
and for suit* by
500 SACKS CORN just received and for
may7 CRANE, WELLS k CO.
Ordinary of Cliattium County,
AND aTTORNKV AT LAW.
Office in the Court House. myifi
ATTORNKY AT LAW,
9ST Office 011 Bay itreet. over the Bank of Savon
It. F. COLE St, BROTHER,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MER
Savannah. Oa„ and Montgomery, Ala.
F. T. C01.K, I R. F. Cols,
Hay street, .Savannah. J Commorcorit., Momg’ry.
llolcomb, Johnson, A Co. I Cohens k Hertz,
iaHikt-u A: SueUlugs, | Eilwiu Parsons k Co.,
Robert A. Allen. | tfcruuton, JoliUHtuu k Co.
SAVANNAH, «A. Iliyl3
WM. I.." WKIlil. WM. M.SAdK.
WEIIU Oi SAGE,
(ril-W?K*riOH>li» CAMHUI.S, WKJlIt ft OO.
I Ml'OUTERS OK
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHEN-WARE,
145 MKKT1NG-HT. CHARLESTON, 8. 0.,
Will supply Country Mercluiuii with Goods iu their
line ui as low rates us they can buy in New
York, or elsewhere.
sept 28 ly
r. j. oitiiKN. wm. sTAnit, jr. h. h. uakukk.
OGDEN, STARR Hi CO.,
.Shippiug aud Commission Merchunta,
BAV-STRKKT. SAVANNAH. GA.
YONGE & FRIERSON,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. U4 ItAV-hTUKKr, HAVaXNAll. IU.
VAUJtNTINK IIKUN'NKU. WM. II. GlUtlV.
BRUNNER «fc GRADY.
IN PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL WORK,
The Subscribers, tliaiikfitl for jiast favors, and re
fuvrlug to work hitherto dono In the city, respeuUhl
ly umiumico tlmt they will contluue to dovoto their
personal utteutiou to the wunts uml favors of their
Orders through the Post Office, or ut Urn residence
«f either partner, promptly attended to.
may 17 ly
A. 61 UtUiTIlttitS,
Lumber, Mill aud Brick Yards.
»ept 0 SAVANNAH, G A.
PATTEN, HUTTON At CO.,
Forwardiug and Commission Merchants,
Bay-strict, Savannah, Ga.
s. i.ockirn'. n. — 1 •Ts.vklun»is.
LOCKETT & SNELL1NGS,
Will attend to the selling of nil kiuds of produce.
Strict atteutiou given to rccciviug uud lorwurdiug
goods. muy 31 ly
A.uctioii & Commission House, Macon, da.
a» u. McLaughlin,
Guuuntl Agent and Auctioneer,
Solicits from his friends couslgnmouts of every
desci iption. Takes orders for Cottou.
Itir Special atteutiou given to tiie sales el' Uuul
Esnuu, .Stocks and Negro property, at public aud
private sales. returns and disjHitch.
Reference—C. A. L. LAMAR. mch3U
T^NGLI8H Cambrics, plain and checked; Jiu*-
-1_J ouets, Bwiss Muslins, plain, plaid und dolled ;
Victoria Iawiis aud NanisookMuslins, Bobiuot laice,
plain and figured, iu great variety. For sale by
my 13 FOOTE ft JAUDON-
CHECKS AND DENIMS.
ASE8 Apron and Furniture Cheeks.
Bales Blue Duuiius for sale by
my 13 FOOTE ft JAUDON.
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS. “*
C EASES $1 i aud 4-4 Bleached Shirtings nud
J LoiigC’loUis. For solo by
my 13 FOOTE ft JAUDON.
T EAS—6 chests of Jealous A C'o.’s celebrated
Tea, In % >£ aud lib packages, received per
steamer Keystone State. For sale by
mayl9 J^a. BROWN.
H AVANA SEOARS--30,0i)0 cholco iiavanft
Segars—Conchas, La Ksmeraldu, El Orysol,
Excelsors, Rio HouUo, Caiitaiti Aicliorn, J-i 'l.iel,
Jouu Hmlih, and various other bruuds, imported tli-
reetby me, aud for sule at the lowest cash prices.
maylO J. A. DROWN.
A pples a potatoes—
10 bhls Choice Morcer Potatoes;
25 lf Rilririett Apples.
For sale by
muyUi _ _J. A. BROWN.
P “ RESERVES A JEUilES-
25 doz ) 4 ‘. }f, und lib boxes Guuvu Jelly;
f» “ boxes West ludiaSweetmeaLs;
10“ “ Guava Mamulmlt;
A full assortment of American Preserves aud Jel
lies. For salo by
maylO J. A. BROWN.
HARPER FOR JUNE. -
UARPER’S New Monthly Magazine for June.
XI The Flower Garden; or, Break's Book of Flow-
ers, in which are described all tho various hardy
horlmccous poreniuls, anuuals, shrubby plants, aud
overgreon trees, desirable Tor ornamental purposes,
with directions for their cultivation. By Joseph
Also more of Kruost Lluwood. By 31rs, Caroline
I-otters from the United .States, Cuba and Canada.
By Hou. Miss Murray.
The Sung of Hiawatha. By Henry IV. Longfellow.
Reculloctlous of the Table Talk ot' Samuel Kojin 1 *,
to which Is added Porsouiaua.
3!iss Lesllo’s Now Rcceipes lor Cooking.
For sale by WAKNOCK ft DAVIS,
Booksellers uud Stationers,
maylO 159 ftongress street.
flUBA MOLASSES—The cargo of the brig
U. B. 1 aw ton, ot' superior quality. For sale by
maylO 3t PADELFORD, FAY ft CO. ’
QTRI P ED EMBROIDERED COLORED
Lawns.—Just received and for sale by
J. \Y. THRELKELD,
muy!3 Congress and Whitaker streets.
A SUPERIOR article of Colored
Muslins, all colors.—Just received und for eulo
by J. W. THRELKELD,
maylO Congress aud Whituker streets.
pOTTON Shambrays from 12$t«25 cents.—
Just received and for sale by
J. W. THRELKELD,
maylO Cor. Congress and Whitaker ata.
QUPERIOR WHITE BRILLIANTES.—Just
13 received and for sule by
J. W. THRELKELD,
maylO Congress and Whitaker streets.
HARRISON’S COPYING FLUID
POSSESSES the following advantages over
L all otlier copying inks:—
It doos uot offset or smear written in account
It Is perfectly limpid and (lows readily from iho
It gives three legible copies.
It retains its copylug properties Tor mauy weeks
after tho writing Is executed.
Blue Black Writing Fluid
Is iutendoii to replace the inferior black Inks, aud
all other writing fields now In uso, which It surimss-
os in every respect.
It writes a clear brilliant BIuo.
It changes to a Jet Black in twenty-four to torty
It is the uiOMt ponuuueot Ink ever made.
It is perfectly Auld and free from Impurities.
It doos not corode steel pens.
For salo by WAKNOCK ft DAVIS,
may 10 160 Congress street.
Ished ou reusouublo terms. Orders res
J. Kl'SK. J. U. DAVIS. W. U. LONG.
RUSE, DAVIS A LONG,
WA YNE, GRENVILLE A CO.,
FACTOKS. , ,
OfMMl.S^lUN AND KORWAHIUNG MERCHANTS,
/la y-si reel N'a wunah.
THUS. S. WAYNE. C. E. GKEN VILI FI,
- R. ALEX. WAYNE. W. T. SAMPLE,
jy 0—tf Suvaminb. Cliattanouga.
C. O. POOLE,*"
No. U, Whittaker Street, (two doors from liryau,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HEALER IN
Sashes, till mis, Doors, Paints, Oils, Vai-
iilshc-s, Window Glass, Putty, ftc.
Paluters’, Grulners’ uud Artists' Unuhos;
ya’jMjWhitL-wudli Heads aud Dusters, Dry aud
Mixed faints of every deseriptiuu. Artists’
colors iu tubes, Prepared Cuuvusri, fte.
PAPER HANGINGS, BURPEHS AND FIRE BOARD
I (oolite prepuved with neutucss uud despatch.—
House, Sign aud Ship PamUug, Uildiug, Grainlug uuvl
Glazing done iu the best style and ut moderate
All orders troui the couutry promptly attended
FRENCH CHINA, WHITE GRANITE,
AND GLASd WARE.
146 MKST1NU hTRRKV, CHAHUWroX, SttVTU CAKOUXA.
The subscribers respectfully solicit
■- from the traveling public, uu iuspeciioul
of their stock of Freucli aud English
China, iu pluiu white, gold bund, and
decorated dinner, desert, broaklust, leu, toilet, teto-a-
tele sets and vases. Also, Cops and Saucers, ftc., oJ
tlw celebrated Sevres CUluu. White GrauUeut ilm
bust muuufuclurers. Rich cut Freucli, English uud
They have u variety of ornunieuts in Purisiuw
Ware, Busts of Calhoun, Clay, Webster, uud others,
Hint Statuotes of the Greek Ma\e, Venn.- dt- Medieis,
They have also a beautiful, durable aim cheap arti
cle lor Ilnurs und iieurths, of
Plain uml Em-ausllt- Tiles.
Their stock being very general, carefully selected
ami imported direct, oilers iiiduceiueutri 10 mcrcliuUls
us well as luinili'es, to wlium goods dill be pul up at
the lowest rales inr cu-li.
WKBU ft riAGK. Iniporiors,
successor.' to (Jumerou, Webb ft Co.
J OH N SV '¥0Kills, '
H AVING resumed tho practice of his profes
sion, oilers bis services to bis friends uud the
public us uu Architect aud Kuporiulwmleiil.
Designs lot any part of the country supplied ami
executed in ull the various branches of Ins proles-
sion, such as Public KdiUces, Stores, Dwellings,
Monuments, ftc. Thoroughly Fire Proof Stores m.-
signed ami executed. Office at present iu Buy Luue,
rear *»f tbo Custom House. juu 3—ly
☆ OX,OTHI»T& \
1 POOR WKST OF THU UhTUDLlOAN HKADINU ROOM.
Clothing ; Huts
and Caps, Shirts,
W.O. Price,] Also, ffiipurfiuu
KAwnuNABiJt Cl °! 1 !'-
land \esllugs, will
AM) I bo made to mca-
MIHTAB'Y| ,iuro » u,lox « c l ) riuu-
able iu style
E OPE—700 coila Rope, various brands, all
of good quality, in store aud for Raid hy
apr20 BRIGHAM, KELLY ft CO.
L) UM.—50 barrels Lather Felton «Ss tion’s, Bos
AX ton Rum, landing and for sale by
marl BRIGHAM, KELLY ft CO.
JaAies M. NAVAGE,
AITORNKY AT LAW.
inoMAriMUj:, IllfMAS COL’MY. liA.
All bu.iluesri vtitiuvted to UN rule wilt receive
prompt attention. lyr—m&i 17
ANTHON Y Mi-CULLOl'C
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ftar-oilice on Buy street, over the Bank ot pavan
AVI1.LI A*M* PH 1LI.II'M,
A TTOHNKY AT LA W.
DAVID G. WILDS,
A T T O ft N E Y AT LAW,
Will pructicu iu the counties ol Hunuoc.k, Wai 11 u
Washingtou, uud Baldwin.
Rkkkrk.vcks—Bobu ft Foster, Rabun ft MuiUi, uu4
K. A. .Souliurd, Savuiinuh. jauo
m WM. C. CONNELLY,
A T TO ft N E V AT LAW,
UAIIKLU, WOK1U tW.\TV, OA., (I trtf UttlbK. ALHAM .)
Will practise iu the Nunllierti Circuit, uml tu Mucou,
Dooly uud Worth Gmuuies ot the Mucou Llrcttit.
ftS" Particular utteutiou giv. u to the collectlot. ot
claims iu isuuUi-Western Georgia. je2—uin
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
iebl-ly iKwi.vrox, ua.
LANIER ft AN'DERMON,
ATTORNEYS A T L A W,
Upf)-ly MAIXl.V, UA.
•C’. W. MAIiliY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
KKAMUJX, UKAKU I.O., UA.
Will utleiid to protes.'iunui businesh iu the i-uuntier.
of lieurd, Carroll, Cuiupbell, Coweta, Fay cue, Hen-
wellior uud Troup.
Reference—lion. E. V. Hill, JaGrauge. Ga.; lb>n.
ljavid lrwiu, ilurlettu, Gu.; (Ailuuel 31. 31. 'iiUtt.lt,
Fuyettevllle, Gu.; and .Mr. William Itajugbcriy, t o-
Imulius, Gu. »epl.~iy
WM, 8. DAMEh|T*
A T -r O 11 K m- AT LA w,
UST Office over Ihoinjui M. Turner ft Co.’s Drug
Store, Buy street. my-
yg~ orders from city and couuty solicited.
~ RAllBEK SHOPS.
Pulaski House Barker SUop,
Ouv-ns' thick Building, opposite the Pulask i House.
F1VK WORKMEN ENGAGED.
3Iiu*Hliall House Barber Shop,
FOUR WORKMEN ENGAGED.
fpHE subscriberTtUankfuito iris fellow-citizens
X tor the liberal patrouuge lie 1ms received, und
is still receiving, begs respectfully to inform them
that he hits engage*! sufficient additional first-class
workmen from sume of tho best Barber Shops In
New York, uud will bo etiublud to accommodate as
many gentlemen as may honor him with their pa*
N. U.—The Barbershops ure closed on Sundays—
Btrangers will please bear this in miud.
SAVE Y’OUR MONEY
CALL AT THE NEW SHOE STORE, No. 142
f||l BROUGHTON STREET.
* l^uext door to 3tossrs. J. Dickson ft Co’s. Coulee*
tiouury. You will there find tho groutest bargains
in Shoes ever offered iu this city.
October 16th, 1866.
WOOD AND LUMBER.
A LL kiuds of Wood, Boards. Planks, Joist,
Timber, Sliluglea, Light-wood, Posts, Eastern
Laths ami PalUugs, lor sule, at wholesale aud retail,
low for cash, on tho new wharf recently erected ou
the Lumber Yard of Robert A. Allen ft Co.
mar 12—ly WM. J. L. MOULTON.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Will also give his attoulion to designs hi Architec
ture. Office in the store or John Williamson, t*q.,
Bay stroeL inyl3
N EW GOODS.—Tho subscriber has received
u iurgo lot of the following articles—
White und striped Osuuburgs, Columbus Factory,
White and striped Osuaburgs, Pchloy’s Factory,
Bleached amt brown KUIrtlugs ami Rtwetlngs,
Marlboro* aud Mauchestor Plaids and Stripes,
Blue Denims, ftc.. ftc.
Also, al'rfuh lot of clioap last colored Prints.
J. W. THRELKELD,
mrl3 corner Congress and Whitaker-sts.
U. B. HILTON,
attorney AND COUNPELlAlR at iag
oun.-i- corner of Bay mid i -iayn.it -i-
A T T O R N E Y A T LAW.
No. a, Drayton Street, Savuniiuh, (ieoruia.
•IOH NM .MIL LK N,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(Office at thu Couit House )
Will practice in tho superior and Court;- ol Ordi
11. L. P. KING, - — -
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Corner of Bay ami Whitaker Streets.
fub 22 duo**
D. A. O’BYllNE, *
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ullli;e 1"S. liuy-st., over ’J in ner ft Co’-. Drug .-.tore
GEORGE TROUP HOWAUD,
ATiXlRNKV AT LAW.
office Monument Square, near Stunt Bank
JAM. S. HOOK.
FKKU. T. IKliraC.
HOOK ft TEUEAU.
ATTOli N E Y S AT LA W ,
Will practise in Washington, Jellersou, benun,
Burke, Emanuel, Tuttuall, uud Moutgumery ut U*«
3Iiddle Circuit, and Wtlkiusou of thu Uciuuigec In
M. W1I1T SMITH, -
A T TOR N E Y A T J. A W ,
Al.UGATOh. WM H.UKI1M.
Will practice in Die hi*,tern and doulfiern CoiiLtlfa.
Kvlur to—Col. K. tlblvy, mat R. B. llihou, s-a.
vannah. _ febv’-tf
A T T O II N E Y A T i. A W ,
PriM-uce.’* Law in the various Couutic- tin- Cc.
mulgee Circuit, and tin- ut|julning Uuuntit^ 01 ij-,-*
Lauren.- and Wnshiugion.
Helur to—John Barton, 11. Ciatie, und R. B
Riitoii. loti 14
JAM. U*. CltKl-V. u, j;. s.lltit/1.
GREEN ft SMOOT,
ATTOItxVEYS AT LAW,
OClfin THOMASru.V OA.
GEORGE* A. GOilDON,
ATTUllXKV 6XJJ (JOUXSELLOll AT 1.AW,
Commissioner of the U. S. Court qf Claims for
the State of Georgia.
Oilk-e Corner Buy ami iin.i street.-.
»>• tuy to
DR. CHARLES H." FOLDING,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. No. 14 LIBERI V NT
one dour wert of Drayton, ui> li
" *4 • W. PATTERSON,
ATTURNEY AND CtiUXSKLLOR .vl l.AW,
Iroupville. J.'uvnin-r County,Hu. (inyll
S. W. BAKER, '
AiTORNKV AND CDt Nsl-JJ.UR AT L.V U .
iluuticeil.*, .1.11,-con County, lb.
uce— Hun. \\ . B Km mimj, ’Savunujb, <>»
. . mylJ
EDWARD hi, WILSON,
.MAGISTRA'i'K, NOTAUV AND COMMtfc&lUNLR
At Messrs. Wuri^ftjinvnis’ law Office |tu\ It
JOSEPH ~gJ\NAItL,"* "
ATTtliLNKV AT LAW.
Office, Bay street, over llui Reading Huuiu of t!*-*
Keptihiicuii, vutiHHce t nailed into; V ea-t ol .tje-i. 4
Price ft Veudet ’s. ' muyti
WILLIAM II. JiAS 11ER, ’ '
ATIORNKV AND COUNSELLOR AT JAW,
Iroupville, Lomide- County, Gu.
Will practice m fliouia- Lowieies, Uiuch, Wat.-,
Appling, 'li-luiir, Irwin, latuienn, und Puin-J«j
eouiitie.-. Gc*.rgm ; and ut Jctlbrson, j|atiiv.u v iiuin-
Hum, and t.'oimnbia couiiUuk, Florida. (uij i 1
WM. M. W1IJJAMJ. tiumo.r's o'uvKk. "jack UKoW.>.
WILLIAMS, OLIVER ft BROWN,
ATlOKNKVh AT LAW,
Buena Vi.stu, Marion Couuty. Ou.,
Will practice in th** countieMif Marion, .Mucou, Huti a -
ton, Stowarl, Kauduipli, .Muscogee, J.ec, amt any
adjoining coimties, wln-ru their set vice.-* may 0*
required. _ ____ uiyli '
JOHN U. COCHRANE,
AITORNKY AT I^VW,
Dublin, ijuiieii.- comity, Gu,, lute junior uurinei *»i
the firm 01 A. ft J. Coiiiiuxk, liwintoii, i»u. will
attend promptly to all busine.-^ euirunted to hh
care, i'articular utteutiou paid to cnhei-iiug. k. ;
k-rcnce—l*r, ('. B. Guyton, K. II. Rowe, Bubhu,
_G«., M Mar-b, Savaiiuab. luyll
JESSE T. UERtVARUr
ATTORNEY AND LOl'N.>EI.LOR AT LAW,
Reference—t.eurge L. Bn.wu, WUUum Bell, Nvw-
nausville, Fla., R. B. Hilton. Boston ft Villalongj,
.Savanuah, Gu. uiyll
HUDSON, ELEMlNU A CO.,
Factors and Coiuinlsxlou Mt-rt-hanlv,
-Vo. 94 Jlay Street, Savannah, Ga.,
r PENDER their services to planters, uierchuut-»
A. nud deuleva, iu the tale ol Cottou und aU othci
country produce. Being connected iu busiuets with
Hoi-ki.vs, Hntsux ft Co., ui'Chiirlestiiii, tbuesiabibb-
mentol’aii office iu this oily will ailurd our frientl-
uholceol'markeU. Strict utleiiiiou will be given to
busiuesa. and Dm usual facilities ullimlcd cu.-to-
J. U. UL'ifc'ON, 1
W. B. FLEMING, j .N*vaun«h.
LAL'EHI lIOl’KLNe, Augiisin.
my II—tf COHEN. Cliusiostou.
LEf'LER ft WILCOX, liviitlsiM,
OFFICE over Dewitt* Moi-
gim’s Store on Congre.-js-street, utter
their professional services to the
public, confident, from long expert.
cuco aud past success, tlmt iu all eases, they will
render euure satisfaction. «ci 2 tf^
1)ih. HOY ALL & JOHNSON,
Deutists, office corner t-t. Jullcu-ti,
aud Market .Square, over d. Wil-
——— mot’s jewelry htore. office hours
from 8 to 2 o’clock, uud fr**lii 3 to 0.
tnur 11 euui
DRsTlEFLER A WILCOX, Dentuu.
ARE uow fully prepared to in
sert full or partial setts of Teeth
ou tho principle of Dr.J. Allemi'a
l’atcut Continuous Gum, By this
iiuprovuiiioul, tho form ot the lace cun tm restored to
any degree of rotundity Dial limy be desired, it is
applicable in all eases where the cheeks have I'allru
iu and cauuot ho detected by the cUisost observt-i.—
This mcthotl combines tho following 1 I vauUgtts:—
An artificial gum, which exhibits u perfectly natural
and life-like up|K.-arauce, uud imparts to the tbcrlh
that peculiur expression which characterizes tin- na
This Gum consists of a silaciotis compound which
Is nppliod aud fitsod upon the Teeth und ITaleiu such
a uvattuer, as to fill ut* all tho lutorsvieeR armimi Die
base of thu Teeth, mid also unites litem firmly to
each other nud to (be Plate upon which they me
sett. This secures iwrfoct douulluess ot the Teeth,
Office over DeWltl ft Morgan, Congress street.
%* Ropublle.au aud Gonrgluu ropy. fob 10—if
Fuctor uuil Qeiieral Comuiissiou Murclmul*
NO; 71 IIAV-STIIEKT, 8iVANS.ll, Ui.,
Kkiviwti*—Moa.irs. Cln,ilium k Cutiuinslinm, Boll
ft i rcuuss, Ogdeu, Starr ft Co., Savannah ; J. P.
Thompson, Boston. nor 1