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TUK8DAV. Two O'clock P. HI.
Among the paswngws by the steamer Knox
ville this morning were three of the Georgia
delegates to the Cineinatl Convention to wit:
Judge Cochran of the Brunswick Circuit, James
Gardiner, Ksq.,of the Constitutionalist, and the
Hon. John II. Ward of this city. The latter,
gentlemen, as we are informod by Judge Coch
ran, won “ gulden opinions from all sorts of
people " by Die manner in which ho discharged
the duties of presiding officer of the Convention.
The satisfaction which he affimled was univer
Judge Cochran left at 10§ o’clock in the
Southern boat. He will hold Court iu Clinch
county next week. <■
Mr. .lUriUNKK left iu I2.j train tor Agnstn.
(Trent Western Fire mid Marine Insu
The attention ot the public is called to our
advertisement of the Great Western Fite’and
.Marine Insurance Company of Philadelphia—of
which Mr. Cautbu is the Agent in this city.
It will be m»eu that it lias a large capital, and
is, we are assured well worthy the confidence
of those wishing to effect Insurances.
The steamship Augusta, hence for New York
on Saturday, arrived at. her wharf at 5 o’clock
Death op Mh. Amos Sounder.—We learn
through a telegraphic dispatch, of the death of
Mr. Amos Scupdeh, which took place at hia
summer residence iu New Jersey, a few hours
unce. Mr.ScrDDF.it, was one of our okLcltizeas,
and universally esteemed as an upright man.
i is decease will Iks sad news to his many
friends in this city.
Harpet'a Monthly foe July.
We have received from Col. Williams, J. M,
O.oper A Co., and from Warnock A Davis,
Harper’* Nno Monthly Magazine for July.
The following Is the table of contents:
The hasty Pudding. By Joel Barlow, lllus
trated by twelve engravings.
Negrnlaud and the Negroes. Illustrated by
sixteen engravings. *.
The Great Seal of the United States. Illus
trated by seven engravings.
Passages of Hasteni Travel. By au American.
Maria, a 1/wt Queeu of England.
The Great Epidemic*.— 1 The Plague iu London
A Queer Case.
Daniel Webster's Social Hours.
Lyon-Slsyers and Man-Eaters. Illustrated by
What Air. Trevanion Saw.
The Value of a Pin.
Little DorriL By Charles Dickens,
illustrations.—Visitors at the Works. The
Story of the Princess,
Chapter XXIII. Machinery in Motion.
Chapter XXIV Fortune-Telling.
Chapter XXV. Conspirators and Others.
Monthly Becord of Current Event?.
BOOKS OK TUG MONTH.
Editor’s Table. Editor’s Easy Chair. Edit
or’s Drawer. Hints for Celebrating the Fourth
of July. , „
Illustrations—Preparing for the Fourth. Ex
cursion to the Fishing Banks. A Drive on the
Avenue. Young America. There goe3 a Rock
et. Reading tlie Declaration. A Rural Cele
bration. Taking it Quietly. The Largest Lib
erty. A Pleasant Lesson. The Drunkard’s
Fourth. Colored People's Fourth.
Fashions fbr July.
Illustrations.—Bridal Morning Costume.—
Promeuade Costume. Fichus.
Through Col. Williams and Meesrs. J. M.
Cooper we have likewise No. 2 of Harper’s Sto
ry Books, the number for July, being “Rambles
Among the. Alps.” It is beautifully painted and
richly illustrated. The young fo|k will doubt
less be interested in It.
nnii.sii rmuuy mwinc.-s i.ewwoii ivan,
man History; The Haldanes; Modern Pali
The Triton and the Minnows; .Southey’s I^e
TiiP Peace and its Effects on the Conditi
Lonilon Quarterly Review
The London Quarterly, for April, received
from Col. Williams, has the following table of
Britisli Family Histories; Lewis on Early Ro-
"*■ - "-' i Painters;
. .. . . Condition of
Turkey; Montaleiniiert on the Political Future
North British Review.
We have received from Messrs. Leouard Scott
A. Co., the American re-publishers, through Col.
Williams, their agent in Savannah, the North
British Revisw, for May. The following is its
interesting table of contents:
Plays and Puritans; Life and Writings of the
late Mr. Justice Talfourd; Historical Paintings,
Macaulay; Britisli New Testament Criticism;
(Icote’H History of Greece; The Weather and
it« Prognostics; Indian Literature; Outrages on
Women; Peace and its Political duties.
.Effect of tub News.—The news of
the dismissal or Mr. Crampton, and the
three British Consuls with the recognition
of the Indefiendence of Central America
by the United States, had been three
days in Eugland when the Arabia left.
The Central American news, we are told
created a more profound sensation than
the dismissal of Mr. Crampton, though
there was deep feeling on both subjects.—
V. Y. Exi/ress.
The Very Latest hy tlie Arabia.
Liverpool, May 31st—3 P.M.
Cotton was in better demand to-day,
uml the day’s business would reach 8,000
to 10,000 bales at full prices. No change
in tlie grain or provision markets. Lard
firm, and dearer, 5f»s.
Closing prices of Consols, Saturday,
May 31st—For Money, 94% a 94>£ ; for
duly account, 95 a 95,%.
Pardon for the poles.
Berlin, Friday Night.
The oflioiul Guzette of Posen contains
tin important telegraphic dispatch re
ceived from Warsaw.
The dispatch says that, at a ball held
iu Warsaw, at which the Polish nobility
were preseit, the Emperor of Russia an
nounced that he had signed a general »m-
aesty, which was to extend to all the Po-
Mi refugees and emigrants.
Hoii* »r. Butler King* i
The Republican of yesterday morning i» per
sonal rather than witty, at the expense of the
former Representative of th Is Congressional Dis
trict. It attributes as his motive for declaring
for Buchanan and Breokenrldge, the desire for
the applause of the train bauds of Capt. Rhyu.
dent. Wehuveupto this period never agreed
with Mr. Klug in matters, of politics but we aro
well convinced of his entire sincerity in the
course of action which he lias thought lit to per-
sue. Iu the statement of his reasons for so doing
he makes use of nothing but plain simple facts
which he says have brought about the result.
The Republican has assumed what we con
ceive to be an excessively arrogant position. It
estabUsoes Itself la politics as the supreme arbi
ter of public opinion beyond which there is no
appeal. If some loading man should dare to
differ, U attributes his defection to some un
worthy motive. This has been the case iu regard
to Mr. Stephens, Mr. Toombs. Mr. King, and
others less note. The question may fairly he
asked of the country, may uot these gentlemen
lie right, audthe Republican wrong.
We like exceedingly well to see such arti
cles in the columns of our opponents, Viewing
it as a matter of interest to the Democratic
Party. The good taste displayed is a question
for the Republican nnd its renders to judge of
If we should write all the editorials in our pow
er, they could not have a tithe of the influence
in recruitiug the Democratic ranks with mem'
bers of the old Whig Party, as the paragraphs
of our neighbor. Mr. King, no doubt, has
friend* here and elsewhere who might have
even differed with him in his last expression of
political opinion. But the most unfortunate
mode for tlie organ of the American Party to
adopt to conciliate those friends, is to sneer a*
one who has lead them and whom they respect.
Col* Benton Accept* the Nomination foe
Governor nod Endorse* Bueno no.
TO THE CITIZENS OF MISSOURI.
1 have cometo the determination, at this place,
to accept the Democratic nomination for the of
flee of Governor of our State, induced to it by
no paltry calculation of the chances ol' an elec
tion, but wholly and entirely upon considera
tions of pnblic good. The nomination of Mr.
Buchanan for the Presidency determines my
course in relation to the Governorship. I con
sider him the safest choice for preserving the
peace of the country, now greatly endangered
both at home and abroad, and believing him to
be the best chance for peace, I hold it to be tlie
duty of those who are In favor of that object to
assist in his election; and forone 1 shall do so—
in a public capacity, if you invest me with one,
aud as a private citizen of Missouri, if not.
I proceed to the State Immediately, first land
ing at Cape Girardeau, and then proceeding to
other parts of the country.
Tuomas H. Benton.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Saturday, June 1, IB,10.
Correspondence of tUo Commercial Advertizer.
Havre, Wednesday evening.
Our Cotton market has been very dull to-day
the more so as the intelligence from Liverpool
has been of an unsatisfactory tenor. The sales
amount to 150 bales only. Prices are in favor
of buyers for inferior grades.
The market has also been without any anima
tion for Wheat nnd Flour. Our quotations for
Americun Flour aro f.39a 47, according to
The weather has beeu rainy and hot; the
state of the fields is satisfactory, and the crops
in genejal are promising well.
The English steamer Emeu will leave our
port for New York on Saturdy next, '.list lust.
The Alma (s) on the 3d, and the ^rago (s) on
the 4th proximo. The freight coming forward
is uot sufficient for the number of vessels now
Eoyptian Form of Divorce.—Social life
in Egypt is very different from that which we
see in Europe. The plurality of wives, although
permitted to all, is not so common os is gener
ally supposed ; hut eveu where It exists, there
is said to be less of jealousy aud bickerings
divided interest than might be expected. The
women have the credit of tyranizlng as much
over their husbands as the latter over them.—
Hen-pecked spouses are not confined to Europe.
As the system of divorce is permitted here,
and is, like marriage, a very simple affair, some
have in the course of their lives, hnd many
wives, one after the other. A man has only to
say thrice, in the presence of witnesses. Re
turn to your fathers house,” and unless he call
her back, she is then and itliere virtually and
a divorced.—Aveling* Travels in
qf tlte Tibet,
Thirty .Fourth Congress—First Session.
Washington, Juno 13.
Senate.—Mr. Butler resumed his remarks
from yesterday, and in further apology, for Mr
Brooks' attack on Mr. Sumner, suid when the
'Legislature of Massachusetts says that the
gentleman’s attack was cowardly, let them
try aim iu any way they choose. [Applause.]
Mr. Stuart, (Mich.) said the proprieties and
amenities of the Senate were too often thus
disturbed by applause, and if the galleries
cannot be occupied by gentlemen, they should
The Chair inquired whether the gentleman
from Michigan moved that the galleries he
Mr. Stuart said he did not.
Mr. Fessenden, in justice to the galleries,
suid the appluuse came from tlie floor of the
Mr. Butler Bftid he would go on in such a
way that no one would applaud again. [Laugh
Mr. Brooks,ho continued, assaulted Sumner
with no other purpose then to disgrace him.
Mr. Brooks was one of the best tempered fel
lows he eveakmrW, though impeteous, no doubt,
aud quick at resentment. Mr. Snmnor receiv
ed two flesh wounds, and being rather hand
some, did not expose himself. If he had beeu
in the army, and had not gone out of the
army the next day after the fracas, he would
have deserved to be cashiered. [Laughter.]
Mr. Butler thought, that on some accounts, it
was fortunate he was uot here at the time, for
he did not know what he might have done. To
be sure it was thirty or forty years since he hud
been engaged in personal conflicts,and bis band
was out of practice, [laughter] but he did not
know but he might have had a trial at him One
thing he had no doubt |of, namely : if he (But
ler) were a younger man, ho would have loft
him (Sumner) in a worse condition tban|he now
is. The New England papers, continued Mr.
Butler, calls this a specimen of Southern vlo-
lonco and Southern Ruffianism, but the first
Congressional fight, since the foundation of this
Government, took place between two New Eng
land men—Matthew Lyon and Roger Griswold.
That did not take place outside the House, but
they fought with hickory sticks^pit-boxea and
tongs all over the House of Representatives,
[laughter] when it was in session, too; but the
House did not turn them out They said let them
both go, they are disgraced enough already
Mr. Butler theu proceeded to review Mr. Sum
ner’s speech,closing by claiming that he had
convicted Mr. Sumner of proclivity to error,
c&luranytand misrepresentation, thus effectually
turning the guns which he (Mr. Sumner) had
pointed at him.
Mr. Wilson replied at length.and the debate
was than continued by Messrs. Butler, Clay and
Mr. Evans obtained the floor und the Senate
affiourned till Monday.
House of Recresentativkh.—No quorum
From Mil* Uooinpton(Kansas) Union, May M,
More «»Free State Ruffian**”
The following letter was received yesterdaj
from Maj. Bn lord, of Alabama, and wejpublim
it. adding another witness to the already over
whelming evidence ns to who aro the real "Bor
der Ruffians” in our country.
At McGee’s Cmmsiko of the Wakahusa, }
May 20th, 185(1. j
His Excellency tVIilium Shannon:
Dear Sir.—Last night about 1 o’clock, A.
M., a guerrilla party of twenty-five armed abo
litionists attacked the bouse of Martin Bowen,
Esq., two miles south of this place, robbed k m
of all his money (about fifty dollars) a rifle, a
revolver, three horses, and five saddles and bri
dles, aud ordered him, on peril of death, to
leave with hla family in tweutvfour hours.
They also threatened to plunder Mr. Lehay and
Capt. Saunders. Twenty-three armed mounted
men (supposed to be or the same party) were
about 9 o’clock this morning seeu on the
swamp, within half a mile of Capt. Sauuder’a.
house, on Washington creek. The undersigned
ourselves went in pursuit, and saw ten of that
^ retreating across the prairie. From Cap-
launder’* place he saw the other fifteen.
The probability is that they were in the act of
euacting a descent' upon Saunders with a view,
to plunder him and seize sixty stand of arms
known to beat his house. Seeing our party,
with the ten U. 8. mounted men, tuoy escaped
over towards Rock creek. Mr. Bowen aud lam-
ily, Heler and family, and Jones and family are
now here with us, flying for their lives from
their homes. Must the law and order men thus
he driven from the land 7 Do not blame us lr
we tell them no, but if you must doso, turn up
on tboso who hunt your lives, ami drive them
out or exterminate them.
We concur in the above.
G. W. Taylor,
S. M. Salters.
Upon the receipt of this news, some ten or
twelve citizens of Lecompton volunteered to go
and protect Mr. Lehny’s family and property.
About 9 o’clock the company started for Le-
hay’s and bad proceeded some six miles from
town, near where the California and Lecorap-
ton roads meet, and there brought to a halt, to
await the coming of two of their companv who
lmd remained in the rear.
Whilst there, suddenly and unexpectedly, a
volley of about forty guns were fired in their
ranks. So surprising and unexpected was the
attack, that every man was unhorsed; their
horses taking frignt. Three horses were kilted,
and one, iu the tall, fell upon his rider and in-
. ured him very much. A hall passed through a
ffr. Fisher’s hat, cutting the hair and grazing
the skin upon the top of bis head; one-eighth
of an inch lower would have entered the skull.
In the hustle and confusion of the moment the
boys lost all their arms, and concluded their best
policy was to ” slope.” They did so, and left
heir arms and dead horses as the spoils of the
battle. Messrs, A. Rodrigue* and P. J. Wauf-
fUul, the two for whom the attacked party was
waiting, heard tho firing and came up and were
likewise fired upon, but without injuiy. They
were immediately surrounded by men and rifles,
and taken prisoners in the name of the “ North
ern Army,” their hands bound behind them,and
id to a Mr. Walker’s house, and fre-
a threatened with death. Yesterday
) morning they were released, and say
there were flora 60 to 80 men With Sharp’s
rifles iu Walker’s house. This man Walker is
a notorious Abolitionist and the captath of one
of Brigadier General Charles Robinson’s compa
nies. We suppose this was the “ Capting’s ”
company he had with him, as it was reported
he had placed himself at thoir head, declaring
total extermination of all pro-slavery men.
Messrs. Rodrigue aud Waffaul account for the
lucky escape upon the ground that they found
two Odd Fellows amongst them who inter
posed in their behalf. Frequently their guns
were levelled and cocked at them, but by tbe
interference of some one would be stayed.
We read in the “ haud-writlng on the wall ”
the action of the people soon, if this courso is
pursued aud uot effectually crushed by law.
Mr. Rodrigue, long known hitherto us one of
Uio Professors of the Catholic College at Fonlham-—
brotUur-iu-lnw orffshop Hughes, Tiffijriiis ns that
Mr. Rodrigue mentioned iu this uarrativo, os hav
ing been anot, l a young man of mild character,
lately a graduate ffotnthe coIlegeofFordhnm, who
went to Kansas to attend to tho interest of a rela
tive, an owner olland, and that it is uot possible
that uuy cause of ollbuce could have been given by
him justifying tlie gross outrage perpetrated upon
Tho Liverpool correspondent of the N. York
Commercial, writing on tlie day of tbe Arabia's
“ The news tecelved per the City of Balti
more of tbe recognition of Father Villi, as
Minister from Nicaragua, has not tended to di
minish tho anxiety with respect to relations
with the United States. The London Times,
after saying that 'it really seems os If demands
on the one Hide and concessions on tbe other
had reached their utmost limit,’ suggests that
the United States should send to London a spe
cial Ambassacor or accredit the present Minis
ter with plenipotentiary powers to settle the dta-
Mr.lSitclimihi) uiitl the Coiomllter of the
Lancaster, Pa., Friday June 13,1856.
The Committee appointed by the Convention
to notify Mr* Buchanan of hla nomination, pro
ceeded Immediately to Wheatknd, where were
also assembled Ex-Gov. Porter); H. S. Marrow,
State Treasurer; Col. J. W. Forney, Col. Win.
Rice of The Pennsylvanian; Col. Wm. B. Ford-
ney, J. S. Reynold, Esq< and others, of Lancas
ter. The Committee present Were Gen. Ward
of Georgia, Gov* Brown of Jdasissippi, Mr.
Forsythe of Missouri, Col. Preston of Kentucky,
Mr. Hubbard of Now Hampshire, Mr. Manning
ol South Carolina, aud Gov. Lawrence of Rhode
After the Committee had beefr cordially greet
ed by Mr. Buchanan, Gen. Ward presented him
with the letter informing him of Ida nomination,
a more full reply would he given them in writ
ing. After which the whole company sat down
to a sumptuous dinner, prepared for the occa
* Mr. Fillmore returns hotoein the At
lantic, it is Itylieved, atid will be hand
somely veceiyea: nt‘ : New Yovl?. The pro
prietor of the Lafarge House., .jaJFers to
provide a Buit of rooms at> his-hbtfel for
him free of expense, and also furnish re
freshments on similar terms to the Com
mon Council Committees, if they, will
choose his hotel for the head quarters of
The tVlouils ami acquaintance* oV Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Mlula aro iu'vitcil (o attend the funeral of
thoir youngest child, ROSI.VA FJX>ItANCE, from
thoir rosidonco, this uftoruoou, at live o’clock.
Savannah, .T|iuo 17th, 1865.
Savannah Market, June 17.
COTTON—Salon of 123 Imles wore reported this
morning, ns follows : 34 at 9>f, and 80 at 10c.
MOUILK, JUNE 12.—Cotton—Tlie market con
tinues dull with out" change in prices. Sales 1200
bides—middling 10 a lO.^e.
NEW ORLEANS, JUNE 12.—Orrrox—There has
again boon a good doma’nd, hut tho stock being
much reduced tho sales' hare not oxeeoded 2500
hales at very full prices.
NKW ORLEANS OUSSIKiCATiON.
Inferior 6) H 'a7>£ I Middling Fair.. — altM
Ordinary 8 a9>4 1 Fair 12)ia—
Middling 9#al0>$ ] Good Fair nominal.
flood Middling 11 | flood 1 and Fh»o, nominal.
BTAT1SIK.NT OK COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st September, 18fi5 bules 40,232
Received since 1,726,401
Received to-day 1.270—1,727,740
Exported to-day 4,010
Exported to date 1,071,000—1,076,676
From the London Times of May 27.
The Central American Question.—
The State of Central America, disordered
and miserable as it has been for some
time, appears now to bo becoming doubly
critical; at least, if there is any founda
tion for tho report that the United States
Government is about to recognise Gene
ral Walker. Such an net would juBtly
rouse the jealousv of our own Govern
ment, for tho professed object ofWalker’s
career, aud that which gains him tlie
sympathy of those in tho United States
who sympathiza with him, is in one word,
annexation. He is put forward by his
friends as the “regenerator” of Central
America—of course, in the sense of intro
ducing a permanent United States influ
Under these circumstances, wo must
again press the subject of arbitration.
What makes the American Government
so averse to arbitration? Any common-
sense person would say immediately that
this was the proper way of settling tbe
Central American dispute. Here ate
two countries differing os to the interpreta
tion of a treaty, After arguing through
a considerable number of statements,
letters, nnd memorandums, they cannot
come to u conclusion. ' Argument, then,
has failed to produce agreement; but we
express ourselves ready to submit to
arbitration. Tho American Government,
at least as represented by Mr. Buchanan,
does not appear equally ready.
—— - -* — *
The Don who had no Owner.—Wo
were travelling through Canada suys a
contemporary, in tho winter of 183fl, and
after a very long day’s ride, stopped at the
Lion Inn, and the contents of the stage,
numbering about nine persons, soon gath
ered aroand the cheerful tire. Among
the occupants of the room we observed an
ill-looking cur, that showed its wit by
taking up its quarters in so comfortable
After a few moments the landlord en
tered, and observing the specimen of the
canine species rem arked:
Pine dog, thatl Is ho yours, sir? ap
pealing to one of tho passengers.
Beautiful dog! Yours, sir? addressing
himself to a second.
No, was the blunt reply.
Como hero, Pup, preimps ho is yours
No, was tho reply.
Very sagacious animal—belongs to you
Then he is yours, and so you have a
treasure throwing the animnl a cracker.
Nothiag of the kind.
Oh! (with a smile) he belongs to you
as a matter of courso ? addressing the last
Block on lmml uot cleared 92,296
Si-oar—Murket active nud prices Advanced again
ubout >£o, with sales of OOOhbds. ' We now quote
lair to 111lly fair 7?f a 8’fc. On plantation wo also
noto a sulo of 200 bhds at 7$*c per lb.
MoLABbKs—Stock on tbe leveo small, and tbe sales
confined to small lots ut 40 a 48c for ordinary fer
menting to good re-boiled. Somo 30,000 gallons
were sold on plantation at 44o per gallon In tlie cis
Flour-—Only a portion ol‘ tho receipts being land
ed, tbe sales wore confined to somo 600 bbls Faint
Louis superfine at $0,76, 386 bbls at the same rate,
and 60 extra at $8 per bbi.
Corn—There has been quite a large business douo
to-day, tbe sales reaching about 12,000 sucks os
follows: 9QQ mixed at 49 a fiOe, fitKI white at fit,
1148 at 62, and somo 7000 sucks, mostly in lliitbonts,
also at 62c per bushel.
Fork—Owing to favorable acuounta received from
the West and from New York, prices have ad
vanced this afternoon, 200 bbls uninspected Mess
having been Wto at *IH, and early in the day 200
Light at 817,26 per bbi. Towards tbe close little or
uouo offering at less than 818.
Whisky—.sternly, with sales nPsfto bbl-t 1 ‘ Wilt
shire’s Extra Rectified” at 24 »,c, and 30 of Raw at
27c per gallon. ’
Cokkek—Demand still good, and 1600 bags dis
posed of as follows : 360 ut 10, 700 at 10,>4, 460
prime at 11, und flfi skimmings at 8c per lb.
Exchanuks—Very little alteration, but sterling
rather firmer. Sterling 8>4 a 9)i and 9% per cent
pram; Francs 6.1flt^ n 6.22*4 |>or dollar; New York
sixty day bills 1 )i u 1& por cent discount, do siglit
uhccks par a discount.
Freights—()no ship was takeu ter Liverpool at
»^d for cotton, but a small lot shipped at 6-lfiil.—
For Boston several hundred hales were taken at
$1,26 per bale.
GALVBSTON, June 7, 1866.
Stock on bund 1st September, 2,002
Received this week at this port 1,357
Received previously at this port 70,882
Received at other Texas ports 22,312
Total ; 102,013
Exported to Grout Britain to date, bales 14,008
*' Frauco 3,300
1 Other Continental ports 7,063
New Orleans 21,203
New York 28,167
Remaining on bond and on shipboard uot
cloared... bales 6,103
Herman Cox <Ss Co.’i Circular*
LIVERPOOL, May 30.—Cotton.—The sales for
fire days, (including Cotton forwarded from tho
ship’s side,) sum up 40,410 halos, and consist of
3,400 on speculation ,3,981 for export, and 43,030 to
luo trade. Prices aro unchunged : we quoto Up-
laud middling 0 1-lfld, do fair 0?4'd; New Orleans
middling 0 3-lfld, do fair 7d; Mobile middling 6‘id,
do fair 0&d. Influenced by tho accounts per Per
sia of continued largo receipts and heavy ship
ments, our market opened on Saturday with a much
qulctor fooling, since when a very dull tone has pre
vailed; buyers being partially supplied direct from
the ship, hnyo bought sparingly; while holders,
though uut pressing sales, have shown thoir stouke
freely nnd realized whenever an opportunity offer
ed. Quotations remain unaltor«l, hut in the previ
ous part of the weok prices displayed somo irregu-
garlty, and In many instances ‘*'d decline was uc-
ccptod, but only fur tho lower and loss snlonblo dls-
sortitions, the middle qualities having aU along
shown great steadiness. Tlie further reduction iu
Bauk rutos of interest yesterday, has had a favora
ble effect, aud tho feoling to-day Is more buoyant.
Sea Islands and Brazil are a shade easier. Egyp
tians aro in limited request aud ‘£d lower. In Hu-
rats a fair amount of busiuess has beeu done.at un
changed rates. Tho sales to-day reach 10.000 hales,
or which 2,000 aro <m speculation and lor export;
tho market closes firmly. The woather’continuos
flno, and tho growing crops present a most favora
P. S.—Saturday moruing, May 31st.—The Cotton
market opons with a belter demand; tho sales will
probably reach 8,000 at lull prices.
" There U to day s rumor tbit Lord Elgin Is
to be sent as plenipotentiary to Washington to
endeavor to image matters. Another rumor
stye th*t Sir H. L. Bulwer will be the envoy.”
Wouldn't. Iiuvo him os a gift.
Then, you infernal, dirty, mean, con
temptible whelp, get out! and with that,
he gave him such a kick that sent the
animal bellowing into tho street amid tko
roars of the company.
Judge McLean was born in Morris
couuty, New Jersey, in 1785. He is there,
for seventy-one years of age.
The last accounts from Australia are to
the 6th of March. They state the gold
S roduction to be larger than ever, and
wt a million sterling a month will be re
gularly forwarded to England.
Port of Savniuinli JUNE 17
Steamship Kuoxvlllo, Ludlow, from Now York, 66
hours, with merchandize and passeugera—to Pad-
elfortl. Fay & Co. 16th instant, In lot 37 28 N, Ion
76 00 W, Hpoke schr Loyal Scranton, bound south;
same day, at 9 p m, exchanged signal< with steam
Hhlp State of Georgia; aud, at 10:46 pm, twenty-
five miles south of Hattoras, exchanged slguals
with steamship Augusta, hence for New York.
Steamer Welaka, King, Palatka, Ac—Claghoru ft
Stoamor Welaka, King, Palatka, kc.
Per steamship Knoxville, from Now York—IIN
Aldrich; J A Brown; Bcldcu & co: N K Baruutn; A
Bonaud: Mrs Mary Bateston; W Battersby k co; G
Brown k co; Butler & Frierson; Brigham, Kelly &
co; AII Champion;.r P Collins;Cooper tc. fliilaluud;
P M Carey; ,T M Cooper k co: J H Carter; R F Colo
A Bro; B DOopp; Cohens k Hertz; Claghoru te Cun
ningham; M A Cohou; Crauo, Wells k co: W fl Dick
son; A Doyle; DeWltt k Murgan; liana k Washburn;
J F Doe; \V D Ethorldgo; J U Falligaut; E Fitzgerald;
8 H Flake; W H Farrell; Franklin k Brantley; W W
Goodrich; 8 Goodall; L J Uuilmartiu; A C Gordon; A
Ilnywood; Hamden’s Express; Hudson, Fleming k
co: K Haborshatrf & Son; Hunter k Gammell; Hard
wick k Cooke; Wm Halo: Mrs M-Hastings; John D
Jesse; 0 John A co, G H Johnston; P M Kollock; N
B Knapp: King & Warn uni; King A Son; l.ovell*.
co; Jos Llppmau; B A Inwtoti; II Lathrop * co; J W
I-othrop & coi-M Laviu; W W Lincoln; i.ovoll k IjU-
timoro;8M Latlltcau; Lockett k Suellings: C A L
Lamar; Lynn * Snyder; Minis k Johnston; McKee
k Bennett; M Muller; H Morso; D Mol lot t * oo; J B
Mooro * co; M Moliua; TII Maher; WII May k co;
I W Morrell * cot Novltt, Lathrop k Hedgers; J \V
Neely k co; J 8 Norris; E O’Byrne: D O’Connor; J
Palmer * Son; Ogden, Starr * co; Pierson, Holdt *
co; A Porter; Wm 0 Price; E Parsons & co; Patten,
Hutton & Co; C C Poolo; M J Rcilloy; H Roger, Rob
inson A.Cajnp; J Ryan; Rodgers * Norris; Ruso,
Davis k I.ong; Sherlock k co;*VT R Symons; Scran
ton, Johnston k co; A A Solomons k co: M D Trea-
nor; E J Tachlct Aeo; W A Thomas; EF Wood k co;
A Wilbur; Wra Wafiloy; N B k II Weed; Waver k
Constantine; Way k Taylor; 8 Wilmot; T 8 Wade; W
Warner; IIV Wlilink; W H Wlllbergor k co; Wm T
Williams; Wornook & Davis: Wayne, Grenville k
co; Young, Wyatt, k co; and Yonge k Frierson.
Por steamship Knoxville, from New York—non
John E Ward, Judge K A Cochran. James Gardnor,
Evq, Mrs Chas tianabt, 1> (1 F Gardner, A R Wright,
Mrs Edwards, Jos Dixon, Wm Church, Jr, and lady,
RII Thomas, J T Gilbert, Jas W Savage, Mrs Hur-
boy, Mr Ball and lady, W R Boyd, WW Baldwin, M
H Wright, 8 H Lockett, A McBoan, II Taylor, Miss
E Doyle, (i H King, A W Pylo, J 8 Norris, LoRoy
Napier, E Ufford, B M Thomas, W H Echols, P Cou-
nolly, c Wright, Jf, und four steerage.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT,
-Vo. 87 Bay street^ Savannah, Georgia.
sab. w. aanN. a. v. hmoot.
GREEN * SNOOT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
00120 THOM ANTON, OA.
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMP’Y,
No. II Pine street, New York,
(BETWEEN BROADWAY AND NASSAU STREET.)
. . insures against loss or damage by
Fire, on tho most rcasounbio terms, dwelling
houBos and furniture, warehouses, stores und mer
chandize, factories, snips in port, etc.
All losses will be adjusted and promptly paid.
D. S. MILLS, President,
0. BROOM, Vico President.
Enw’u C. Taylor, Secrctaiy,
Gko. B. Drank, Surveyor.
•TAMES M. CARTER, Agent*
juue 17 % for Savannah, 85 Bay street.
JOHN S. NORRIS,
H AVING resumed tho practice of hla profes
sion, offers his services to his friends and the
pnblic as an Architect and Superintendent.
Designs fot any part of tho country supplied uud
executed iu all tlie various branches of his profes
sion, such as Public Edifices, Stores, Dwellings,
Monumonts, &o. Thoroughly Fire Proof Stores de
signed aud executed. Office at present iu Buy I jiuo,
rear of the Custom House. Jan 3—1y
☆ OliOTHI KTO-A
1 DOOR WEST OF THE REPUBLICAN READING ROOM.
Clothing ; Hats
and Caps, Shirts,
W. O. Price,
SA VANN AH.
and Vestings, will
bo mado to mea
able In stylo
* Ordersfrem city audcouutysolicitod. .
Puloakl House Barber Sliop*
Omens' Brick Building, opposite the Pulaski House,
FIVE WORKMEN ENGAGED.
Mar*hull House Barber Shop,
FOUR WORKMEN ENGAGED.
npHE subscriber, titanic ful to bis follow-citizeus
X for tho liberal patronage ho bus received, aud
la still receiving, bogs respectfully to inform thorn
that ho has ouguged sufficient additiouul first-class
workmen from somo of the best Barber Shops in
Now York, und will bo enabled RTaccoinmoduto as
many goutlomcn us may honor him with their pa
N. B,—Tho BarborShops arc closed on Sunduys-
strangers will please boar this tn mind.
T HE undersigned will, for fives dollars por lot,
examine ,auy hauls iti tho counties of Appling,
Wayne, Ware or Coffee, and report to tho owner as
to tnolr present value, the pros]>ect for their bo-
coming more valuable in future, and whether or
not there is being any trespass committed thereon,
invariably pledging hitnsolf to give a trim mid cor
rect nccouut, for which nil remittances wifi be ex
pected iu advauco.
Ho will also sell and remit when requested, and
as directed, for seven per cent.
• Ho will also promptly attend to all professional
business entrusted to his cure.
vernon c. mclendon,
my 13 Attorney at law. Homesville, Ga.
JOHN C. BOOTH*
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Will also givo his attention lo designs in Architec
ture. Ofilco in tho store of John Williamson, Ksq.,
Bay street. my!3
FRENCH CHINA, WHITS GRANITE,
AND GLASS WARE.
146 JCKRTING STRUCT. CHABPBTQN, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Tho subscribers respectfully solicit
from tho traveling public, an Inspection’
of thoir stock of French and English
_ China, In plain white, gold band, and __
decorated dinner, desort, breakfast, tea, toilet, toto-_
tote sots and vases. Also, Cups aud Baucors, Ac., of
tho celebrated Sevres China. White Granite of tho
boat manufacturers. Rich cut French, English and
They have a variety of oruameuts in Paristuu
Ware, Busts orCalhouu, Clay, Webster, and othore,
ondStatuotes of tho Greek Slave, Venus de MediciB.
They havo also a beautiful, durable and cheap arti
cle for floors and hoarths, of
Plain and Enoaustlu TUe*.
.3-Thoir stock being very general, carefully selected
and imported direct, offers inducements to morchants
as well as families, to whom goods will bo put up at
the lowest ratos for cash.
WEBB k SAGE, Importers,
successors to Cameron, Webb k Co.
0. H. HARRISON. A. 0. UCUKUKK
HARRISON & MrGEHEE,
AUCTION, COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND
k Forwarding Merchants.
59 AND til BROAD*RTREKT, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
49* Particular uttcntlon given to tlio sales of Real
Estato, NogrooB and Product?.
tgr Liberal ad van cos made on Negroes und Mer
RUSE, PATTEN k CO. )
GUNBY b DANIEL, ^Columbus, Ga.
STEWART, GRAY* CO. J
wTStomw* L0! ' T<i ’} fkvmm " u '
?a A S^ S CoV ,UkAM '} ^..aoweo,.
H. 8. SMITH,}.Mobile, Alabama,
oct 23 ly
C ORNED BEEF, PIG l»ORK, &C. “~~
Just received 10 half barrels Fullou market
Corned Beef; 10 barrols and half barrels Pig Pork-
Hams, Sides and Shoulders; 10 barrels extra No 1
Mackerel; 1 do No 2 Mackerel; fi do Herrings; 2
drums Ood Fish, anti 26 barreli Smoked Herrings,
in Btoro aud Tor sain by
joll DAVID O'CONNER.
U' you want a good and cheap
Trunk, Valtcc, Carpet Bag,
or Clothing of any kiud or quali
ty, ready made or made up to your
moasure; also Hats, Caps, Shirts, Collars or Dress
Furnishing articles of auy description, call und se
lect from the largest nnd best stock in the city, at
the Star Emporium, 147 Bay street.
Jol3 WM. U. PRICE.
/CHAMPAIGN CIDER, Ac.—115 boxes Cham-
\J palgn Cider, choice article,
20 bbls choice old peach Brany,
0 do do Applo Brandy,
10 do do Cherry Brandy,
Abo—Ginger and Blackberry, boxes.
In store and for sale by
fehl WEBSTER k PALME'S
Ordinary of Chatham County,
AND ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In tho Court House. ’ mylfl
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOT Office on Bay street, over tho Bank ofSavan-
~H. F. GOES £ BROTHER,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MER
Savanruth, Go., and Montgomery, Ala.
F. T. Conk, I K. F. Cole,
Buy street, Savannah. | Commerce at., Montg'ry.
Holcomb, Johnson, k Co. | Cohens k Hertz,
ujckott fc SuelHugs, I Edwin Parsons & Co.,
Robert A. Alien, 1 Scrantou, Johnston k Co.
SAVANNAH, HA^ myi^
WM.' i. wnuT ' ~ ~ wm. a.BAtix.
WEBB & BAGS,
(SUCCESSORS TO CAMKRON, WEBB & 00.
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHEN-WARE,
145 MEETING'S! 1 . CHARLESTON, 8. 0.,
Will supply Country Merchants with Goods In their
line at as low rates as they can buy in Now
York, or elsowhcre.
sept 28 _ _ ly
K. J. tXJDEN. WM. KTABR, jV. B.V. MARDBK.
OGDEN, STAllR. A CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
BAV-fiTBKET. SAVANNAH. QA.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office corner of Bay and Drayton-«ta.
» : ■■ ■: ■ V'.ri.i-.-i ' ; ■
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. a, Drayton Stmt, Smnnah, Q*orgU.
JOHN SI. SULLEN, '
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
■ (Ov . . .t.f Court Booh.)
Will practice In tho , Courta of Ordi
ATTOBNEY AT LAI
Corner of Day nnd Whitaker
feb 22 8BUM
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office 176, Bay-sL, over Turner A Go's. Drug Store;
SAVANNAH, Q A*
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office Monument Square, near State Bank.
YONGE 4c FRIERSON,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 94 MY-STRUCT. SAVANNAH, QA.
' A. MeALFlN di llHOTHldltS,
Lumber, Mill and Brick Yards.
fiept 6 SAVANNAU, GA.
FATTEN, HUTTON 06 CO.,
Forwarding, and Commission Merchants,
Bay»atreet, Savannah, Ga.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Jouea Street, (one door East ot' Drayton Street.)
Is prepared to contract for all kinds of building
Also to conduct water through tho various parts
of houses. ap 17
foo We are, receiving the London Lever
■TOa Watches, of tbe most celebrated makers. In
AT^Aflold ana Silver casos. R. F. Cooper's Du-
IBwBplox Watches, Watches for Timing Horses,
fine Swiss Chronometers, which wo offer at reasona
ble prices, at our new store In Gibbons* Range.
sopt28 P. B. NICHOLS k 00.
H AVANA SECiARS-30,000 choice Havana
Segars—Conchas, La Esmeralda, 13 Orysoi,
Excclsors, Rio Houdo, Captain Aichorn, La Hoi,
Jonn Smith, aud various otnor brands, imported di
rect by me, and for sale at tho lowostcash prices.
mayl9 J. A. BKOWN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
THOJuaraur, iboxas county, 04..
AU business entrusted to hi* car* will rt»c«ir*
prompt attention. lyr—marl7
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
M&r office on Bay street, over the Bank oTBavan*
nab. * , (kbit
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W1U praoUco in the counUea of Hancock, Warren.
Woshiniton. and Baldwin,
Rkrbbncb—Bohn k Foster, Rabun A Smith, and
E. A. Soullard, Savannah. janB
WM. o. lunneLLY,'
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1&4BKLL4, WORTS COUNTY, a A.. (FOOT OWlOt, 4UUNT.)
Will practise in.the Soutimki Circuit, ana in llaoon,
Dooly and Worth Counties oHne Macon ClrcuU.
4®* ParUcular attention given to the coUectioa ot
claims in South-Western Georgia. Je2—6tn
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
febl-ly irwinton, QA.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FRINK UN, tOURD 00., 04.
WUl attend to professional buiinesain th* CounUea
ot Heard, Carroll, Campbell, Coweta, FareUe, Meri
wether and Troup.
Reference—Hon. E. Y. Hill, LaGrange, Ga.; Hon.
David Irwin, Marietta, Ga.; Colonel M. M. Tidwell,
Fayetteville, Ga.; and Ur. William Dougherty, Co-
lumbus, Ga. aepl7-ly
NEW TIN 8TORB AND SHEET-IRON
141 SOUTH U» MARKCT SQUARE. BRYAN STREET.
I would inform my old frieuds and patrons
I havo opened tho abovo store to conduct the
Stove, Tin and Sheet-Iron Business In all Us
. -Jvarlous forms, and whore will be found a gen
eral assortment of Stoves, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware,
which I will be pleased to show, and at such price
as will satisfy any one wishing to purchase.
All kinds of Roofing, Gutters of Lead, Galvanized
Iron Work or every description, Job Work and Re
pairing executed with dispatch, old Stoves put up
aud Pipes Tarnished at short notico.
Tin Waro at wholesale and retail. Call down on
Bryan street, It will pay you for your walk.
JOHN J. MAURICE, Agout.
Ijirgo sized Photographs, ta
AT TWKI.VK DOI.UK* l»K« DOZEN
Also, Ambrotypes aud Da
guerreotypes, iu Ills usual su
perior style. A rail Is Solicited.
J. W. MILLER,
mur27 or. St. JuUuu-st. and Market square.
CARY’S DAGUERBOTYPE8, AMHUO'
type* and Photography.
L*. M, CARY
W OULD respectfully give uotice that his
rooms aro uow open lor tho season, and roa-
uy tor tho reception of visitors.
By tho Ambkotyok process persons may now liav
their children’s pictures taken, iu almost auy posi
tion they may choose, in from 1 to 3 secodds sitting.
By tho i'liorouKAmio process old Daguerreotypes
can uo transferred to paper, beautifully colored nnd
en’argod to life. oct 22
BROUGHTOBT STREET HACITaND
The uuderslgucd liaviug put the
above Stables iu good condition,
are prepared to accommodate their
- -- - customers with Carriages, Hacks.
Buggies, Sulkies, &c., with souud, gentle, and well
broko horses, aud careful drivers. Horses boarded
on accommouatiug terms, aud well cared for. Two
pairs of fiuo Carriage llojrsos for sulo. Inquire cor
ner of Barnard aud Broughton streets.
apU4—ly STEVENS k ELLISTON.
Will take contracts for Building and Working Ma
sonry of every description. Residence, No. 3 Mrs
Jewett’s Range, South side Jones st. oct 30
A. THOMAS *6 CO.,
Auction and Commission Mci'chants,
172 Say Street, .
A. Thomas. fjol2] 8. S. ParDuk.
WOOD ANH LUMBER.
A LL kinds of Wood, Boards. Flanks, Joist,
Timber, Shingles, Light-wood, Posts, Eastern
Laths aud Pullings, for sale, at wholesale aud retail,
low for cash, on the new wharf recently orected on
tho Lumber Yard of Robert A. Allen k Co.
mar 12—ly WM. J. L. MOULTON.
crane, wells * co.,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
K. L0CKK1T. H. D. HNKLUMGS,
LOCKETT & SPELLINGS,
Will attend to the soiling of all kinds of produce.
Strict attention given to receiving aud forwarding
goods. may 31 ly
Auction «fc Commission House, Mucon, (ia.
a. r. McLaughlin,
General Agent and Auctioneer,
Solicits from his friends consignments or every
description. Takes orders for Cotton.
Special attention given to the sales of Real
Estate, Stocks aud Negro property, at public and
prlvatosales. Prompt returns and dispatch.
itoferonce—C. A. L. LAMAR. mch30
Ishod on reasonable terms. Orders rcs-
M. FITZGERALD, ~T~
Corner ofBroughton and Wliltaker-St*.,
C1UGCESSOR to T. C. Rice, Manufacturer and
O Dealer In every variety of common and flno 1
CANDIES, kiln dried and warranted to rcBlat effec
tually tho hot damp atmosphoro of a Southern cli
mate; also Lemon and Strawbury Syrup, ko, Terni3
oash, prices low. if—my 11
A General View of tbe Contents of tho Old and
New Tostomouts, with direcUous how to read
most profitably tho Holy Scriptures. By Adam
Sabbaths with my Class; with an introduction on
Bihlo Class Teaching. By Thomas 0. Summors.
Family Government; a treatise on Conjugal, Pa
rental, Filial and other duties. By James «>. An
Youthful Christianity. By Thomas O. Summers.
Gathered Flowers; or the Early Dead, hy Tbos.
O. Summers, D.D-
Borcavod Par cuts Consoled. By tho Rev. John
Roasous for becoming a Methodist. By tho Bov.
The Ancient Britisli Church. Being an inquiry iu-
to the history of Christianity in Britain, previous to
the establishment of the Heptarchy. • By William
IJndsday Aloxaudor, D.D,
Bible Gleanings. Mrs. Jane T. H. Cross.
The Trial ef the Wituessos of the Resurrection of
Christ; In answer to the objections of Mr. Woolstou,
and others. By Bishop Sherlock.
1 ecturea to Children. By ThoB. O. Summers.
Heart-Blossoms for my Little Daughters. By Mrs.
Jaue T. H. Cross.
For sale by WARNOCK k DAVIS,
Jel2 169 Congress street;
J. 0. HUSI. J. B. DAVIS. W. B. 10X0.
RUSE, DAVIS A LONG,
WAYNE, GRENVILLE ^ CO M
COMMISSION AND FOmVARDlNU MERCHANTS,
THOS. S. WAYNE. C. E. GRENVILLE, '
R. ALEX. WAYNE, W. T. SAMPLE,
Jy 0—tf Savanuah. Chattanooga.
AND .DEALER IN
Timber and Lumbor.
DOMBST.IC, FOREIGN AND FANCY
No. 149 Congress-st., Savannah. Ga.
JAS. T. WELLS, formerly of Beaufort Dlst. S. C.
THEGPH1LUS WILLIAMS, “ Scrivon Co.,Ga.
JABIWU. HOUaXHS. iASUBAA, NOHHffl-
RODGERS ib NORRIS,
OA BBLS of Mercor and early June Potatoes
received per eteamer Augusta, and for aale
J. W. PATTERSON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Troupville, Lowndes County,Ga. _ (ray VI
P ORK— -
60 barrels Mesa Pock,
„ , , 26 do Primo do
ta, andter aale I Landiug aud for sale by
J. D, JESSE, 1 myl4 HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON k 00,
WM. 8. DANIELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office over Thomas M. Turner k Co.*■' Drug
Store, Bay street. my7
jas, s. kook. * no, t, flMAVi
HOOK * TEBEAU,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practiso in Washington, Jefferson, Seriven,
Burke, Emanuel, Tattnall, and Montgomery of the
Middle Circuit, and Wilkinson of tbe OcmuTge* Cir
M. WHIT SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
4LUGA70R, I48T FLOK1ZU.
Will practice in the Eastern and South era OouaUe*.
Refer to-Col, S. B. Sibley, and R. B. RUteO, Ba*
CHAS. G. CABfPilBLL,
ATTORNEY AT Li
Practices Law In the various Counties of the Oc*
mulgee Circuit, and the adjoining Counties orTwifgir
Laurons and Washington.
Refer to-Jobn Bouton, H. A* Crane, and R. •
' ' «*80KG#)-ArGettB6N;—~
ATTOBNEY AND CODN8ELLOB AT LAW,
Commimonev qf the U. S. Courf qf Claims for
the State qf Georgia.
office Corner Bay aud Bull streets.
. . ly myio
DR. CHARLES H. COLDING,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. No. 14IJBKRTY 8T.,
Oue door west of Drayton, myn
AlTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Monticoilo, Jefferson County. Fla.
Reference—Hou. W. B. Flkmimi, Savannah, Ga.
EDWARD G. WILSON:
MAGISTRATE, NOTARY AND COMMISSIONER
. OF DEEDA
At iicHsra. Ward & Oweua’ Law Office. [myll
m WlLUJUl H. UA8HEH,
ATTOKNEY ANU COUXflELLOB AT IAW,
Troupville, Lowndes County, Ga,
Will practice In Thomas, Lowndes, Clinch, Ware,
Appling, Telfair, Irwin, Laurena, and Pulaski
counties, Georgia: and in Jefferson. Madison, Ham
ilton, and Columbia counties, Florida. [myll
WM. M. WILLIAMS. THAPDSCS OUVXB, ~ JACK *BOWN .
WILLIAMS, OLIVER & BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Buena Vista, Marion County, Oa.,
Will practice in the counties or Marion, Macon, Hous
ton, Stewart, Randolph, Muscogee. Lee, aud any
adjoining counties, where their services may be
JOHN R, COCHRANE.
_ , AlTORNEY AT LAW,
Duhiiu Laurens county, Ga,, late Junior partner of
tho firm ol A. k J. Cochran*, Irwinton, Ga., will
attend promptly to all business entrusted to his
care. Particular attention paid to collecting. Re
ference—Dr, C. B. Guyton, F. H. Rowe, Dublin,
(iu., M Marah, Savannah. ' mfll
JESSE T. BERNARD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR' AT LAW,
Nowotusvlllt Fta. .; . ,
Kororenco—Ovorsa .. Drown, wmiam Doll, New-
nunsvillo, Flu., It. U. Hlltou, Boston & Viilalonia
LEFX.BR A WILCOX, DuitM*.
— OFFICE over Dewitt A Mor-
g*n’« Storo on Coogreug.street, off, r
their professional services to th*
— public, confident from long experi
ence ami past success, that in all cases, they wtll
render entire satisfaction. oct 2 U|
Dra. ROYALL & JOHNSON,
Dentists, office corner SL Julitn-aL
, and Market Square, over 8. WU-
'^mot’s Jewelry store. Office hours
from 8 to 2 o’clook, and from 8 to 6.
mar 11 eons
DRS. LEFLRRdf WILOOJI, DontlaU.
— ABE now Hilly prepared tots-
aert tall or carllaluuaor Tetth
on the principle or Dr. J. AUana'a
1 1 1 r Patent Continuous Gum, By thia
improvement, the form of tbe face can be restored to
any dogreo or rotundity that may be desired. It te
applicable in all cases where the cheeks have ralitn
In and cannot bo detected by the eloeest observer *_
This method combines the .followling i lvantaresL.
An artificial gum, which exhibits a perfectly natural
and lifo-liko appearance, and Imparts tothetheeih
that peculiar expression which characterizes th* nk.
tural organs. ■
This Gum consists ofasllacious compound, which
is applied and fused upon tho Teeth andPlate in andi
a manner, as to fill up all tbe interstices around the
base ortho Teoth, and also unites them firmly to
each other and to the Plato upon wbleh they*are
This secures perfect cleanliness of tbe Teeth
%♦ Republican and Georgian copy. r feb If—||
Factor and General Oommigilon Mer^antf
„ NO; 71 BAY-BTRBKT, SAVANNAH, OA.,
Rjmma to—Messrs. Claghoru fcCunnlnghato. Beil
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