1 ROOMS, Ac—«0 dnaan
J} throe ply 'iitj; *0U6l'
jiwt rocotrod ohu.tw.tri ^
Jimow SM and gn~g>y»ir»ot.
iiTUSTARP, 4c,—too bona MiUUldt IM do
ill puro Poppor] 100 do lunh j rtwlrtd «od Ibr
MoMAHON k DOYLE.
j,until i 206 Atut SOT Bop itrool.
,. \ l oAiC Al —th hbu euit to bhji A, U Wif e
SiiKare; 10 titnte Mulateoe; 00 do Bttcolt StdM
nut Shout'tern: romlooit ud Ibr rote by
* 1 McMAHON * KoVLD,
; jncly 205 Mil 307 Buy street,
i LK, LARD, Ac.—20 bbU Prime Unt; AO do
A Teylor A Son’ll Ale: AO do auger, nod* end but*
t,. r Biscuit; receive and Ibr sale by
’ McMAHON ft DOYLE,
and® 306 nod 807 Buy street.
7t< tail SAtHnJay, SIM June, at 10 •*doolb A. M.
j*' The steamship KNOXVILLE, Cunt.
“ k Ludlow, will leave u abovo. For
r freight or ne*s*g • apply to
• PADRt.FORD, FAY ft CO.
Oablu Passage $26
Steerage I'assngo $
par Shippers nr Cotton by those Steamship* will
I,loose take notice, tltM no Cotton will be received at
it o presses that t< not distinctly marked on tbe edge
,.r the twite. J*16
/i» Mil Satnntay, June 21tf. at 11 o’clnrdr, A. M,
" . The United States Malt Steamship
LKRYHTONR STATE, Capt. Hardle,
rwlll leave as above. For freight or
Ppassage apply to
a. GREINER, Agent.
Cahill htssage 20 00
Steerage Passage 8 00
rauentters by this ship will ho lauded at New
iVtle. Del., from which place cars startthree times
tliill.v for Baltimore, Washington city, amt other
southern points. JunelS
K AIIIaY I1AKVK8T APPLKHtl
j -*** A fresh supply of line Ripe
Apples, from “Frultland Nursery,”
jiHi received and tor sale at my
lets uorner Ray and Bull streets.
APPI.KNI— APPI.BI 11
J list received at the Savannah
Grocery amt Fruit Depot, new Ap-
S liw, suitable tor eating or cooking,
■om the ••Frultland Nursery,” at
NY. H. FARRELL.
S IX llrst rate Job workmen can And steady cm-
plnymmit where the highest wages will be paid,
vpply Immediately at No. 166 Broughton street.
.savannah, .tune 17th, 1866 JelB
H ARPER FOR JULY.—Harper’s New Monthly
Magazine, for July, received and ft»r sale by
WARNOCK & DAVIS,
jit no IS ,j 16® Congress street
1 .10R J11.Y—Graham’s Illustrated Monthly Mag-
1 uzluo, uud Balkin'* Dollar Mouthlyt Black
wood's Edinburgh Magazine, for May. Also, Mas-
-,-y's Exhibition Reciter amt Drawing Room Enter-
eiiiitnenls, helng choice selections In prose and
..•r?e. together with an unique collection of petite
. ninudies, dramas nud farces, adapted for the use
,.f schools nud families, i-'or sale by
jane 18 WARNOCK ft DAVIS.
O sNABUKGS*-30 bales Oxiiwburgs, Mowtouaud
THmua-tou just received and h r sale by
Mine 18 CRANE, WELLS k CO.
' VV. II. FAHHELL,
[iE.vfiF.il IN CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
tuul Furrlgn and Domestic Fruit,
t'ornvr Broughton and fWitiaktr-xts.
Town and country supplied with choice goods at
MAHlliAI.I, « BUM,
DEALERS IK PROVISIONS.
Vo. I t 2rf .liraMi* (iad a Fulton Marktt, New York.
iisms, Tongues, Beef, Bacon, Shoulders, Hcklod
tongue*. Bolognas, Lard, Pig Fork, Muss Beef, Ac ,
m barrels, halves and quarters.
Refers to—John 1». Jesse, James A. Brown, Win.
H. Farrell, uml E. O’Byrne. 6m--Jan31
TTAGABOND LIFE IN MEXICO, by Gabriel Fer-
I ry, for asvou years a resident;
flic Tunglctowu letter.-, Including a Uo|K>rt of the
Great Mammoth Reform Convention, with lilustrn-
Life and Travel-* of Herodotus, in the Fifth Coutu-
ry U. C., by J. Talboya Whueter, two volumes, with
The Huguenot Exiles, or Times of I/mis XIV., an
Harper's Picture Books for the Nursery—Learn
ing to Read, by Abbott;
Worth and Wealth, Tor merchants and men ot
husiueis, hy Freeman Hunt:
-yilnt-y smlih’s Wit and Wisdom, being selections
irom his writings'.
Calderon, his Lifo and Wrltiugs, by R. Cliuiiovise
Adventures of Gerard, I he Lion Killor, with plate*;
Homeric Ball-id 1 * and Comedies of Lucian, trans
lated by Win Mogiuu; -
The Daisy Chain, - by MISS Ynnge, author of the /"1UOICE WlNfca fc LIQUORS—
Too Ol l Vicarage, by Mrs Huhboak;
creasy on the Klso and Progress of the English
Dwight's Introduction to the Study or Art;
Harper’s Magazine, for July.
South Broad straei.
fflHG Undaralgoed bu This D*y removed hit
X ontlra atoek of Satan, Tobacco, to., from hie
old stand, corner of Bryan street, to hl« new store
on the corner of Bay aud Whitaker street*, where
he tones to receive a continuance of the patronage
of ail his old ftdemln and customera.
*P»a<kf A. PONCE.
' T FOR HhfX:
Six Tracts of tond, 600 acre oacb, a or 4
3C miles from the city ol Savannah on the S. A.
anuuuU’ Hall Road, well adapted to Jl.« growth ol
Rico, Oitton and Corn, and WooiUcnoiigh to pay Ibr
It ten times over. Apply to
feb 27 tf C. A. CI/MJD.
|iLf2ACHK:bBhlt€njpi In great variety, and
U at various prices.
feb 21 A IKIN’ t B0RN8
F IR BALE.—A fine lot In Wesley Ward^-
Also two on Gordon street, oast For sale low.
Fee simple. Apply to A. WILBUR,
Gen’l Insurance Agent and Broker,
may 22 111 Bay street.
I AA/t AAA GREY BRICKS, tost qitab
my32-1 mn Williamson’s buildings.
RrsiNru sfim,l»T Rtglmti ihG7JiI.,T
Savamsam, June 12. I860. /
By virtue of order No. 2 issuing from
G. P. HarrUnti, Ui-lgadlor-Gdierali
commanding 1st Brigade, 1st Division,
>0. M„ uu chsdlon will he held at thel__
Court (louse, on Saturday, the 6th day of July mm,
between the hours or 9 A.M , and 4 P.M., lor Colo
nel of the 1st Regiment of the 1st Brigade, 1st Divi
sion G. M„ to Qii the vacancy of Robert D.Walker,
resigned, The said election to be conducted under
the usual requirements of the law.
Ry order JAMBS SUIJ.tVAN,
l.ieut. Col. C'om’d’g, 1st Regiment, G. M.
W. H. Da.vikm, Adjutant. Jelh
*** C!ity jwpers will please copy and send in their
bills to tho Secretary of tho Regiment.
C UHN—6UU saexs corn, in storo aud to arrive,'for,
sale by WILLIAM LYNN,
Juno 16 87 Bay street.
T HE Interest of Mr. Charles &. Arnold in the Arm
of Padellbrd, Fay k Co. cea«cd with hi* death,
on the 4th of March last.
From this date Mr. Edward Padellbrd, Jr., is as
sociated with us under (he same style and firm.
PAPELFORD, FAY it CO.
Savannah, June 16th, 1866. 12tis—,iel6
A LL peraoue having claims against the'estate or
George M. Troup, deceased, will hand them
In, duly attested, and those indebted will please
make jwyment to either of the undersigned.
THOMAS M. FORMAN, 1 Vv . u
join DANIEL H. 11. TROUP,/ >Ar ’
I WILL sell on Wednesday, the 18th lustant, at 12
o'clock, M„ on the premise*, corner ofPresIeent
aud East Broad streets, Two eld Houses—the satuo
being an obstruction in President street, to bo
moved iu ten days. DANIEL II. 8TEWART,
June lrt Oily Marshal.
W E, the underalgaed have this day entered into
a co-partnership for the purpose of transact
ing a regular Auction and Commission Business in
this city, under the name and style of Barkman k
Bulloch, at the store No. 164 Bay street, lately oc
cupied by gpencer Currell.
F. J. W. BARKMAN,
June 17 THOS. J. BUI.LOOH,
msderuto prlcos. All orders promptly attended ^jaLT.—IWW sacks Salt in store aud for sale hy
to. ami MUlsfactlon always guaranteed. sn!8 WIU.IAM LYNN,
87 Bay strsH
B AGGING, KuPE, Ac.—loo bales uuuny Bag
ging; 600 coils Bale Rope; 600 pounds Twine;
received and for sale by
Junel6 HOLCOMBE, JOIINriON ft CO.
E AOON, PORK, &o —60 'hhds clear and ribbed
Sides; 20 do Shoulders; 30 casks sugar-cured
is; 60bbls prime and meB* Pork; 30ha!fbbls
Hawes ft Go’s Fulton Market Beer; 6 do do Tongues;
Just received and Ibr sale by
. Junal6 HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON ft 00.
ClUGAH—15 hlids choice Porto Rico sugar: 26 do
tj Crowned Muscovudo aud Cuba Sugar: 60 h'.-J*
Barbadoes Sugar; 300 do Stuart's aud Bultimuro
steam reUued, crushed, powdered uud thrilled
Sugar, lauding, lu store and Tor sale by
Juue 16 HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON ft CO.
/^lOFFEE.—300 bags lair to choice Rio ColTuo; 60
\j do Laguayra Coffeo; 60 mats Java Coffee; 30
bales Mocha Coffee; landing, in store and for sale by
Juuolfi HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON ft CO.
•WANTED TO PURCHASE—i ity of Columbus
v f Bonds, endorsed by the Muscogee Railroad
Company. Apply to
Jel6—titls PAPELFORD, FAY ft CO.
FLOUR IN BARRKLM,
TUST received a lot of Extra Family Flour,
U tu barrels.
apr'Jft YOUNG ft WYATT.
june'18 " * W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
city cOtttWTOT saVannaH, Hay
W HEREAS, George W. Gar many, William B.
Giles, Ezra F. Wood, Samuel L. Speissiger,
3uba C. Ferrell, ThomasWalsh, John Jones, Rich
ard R- Cuyler, Lake Christie, and Edward Padel
lord, summoned to uttend the present May Term of
this Court ih Grand Jurors, have nvtih 1 default: It
is ordered that they bo lined forty ’.j:.- ouch un
less they file good and sufilcient cau.o .u'excuse on
or before the first day of the ney.t Term of this
And, wheross, Thomas H. Cruger, William F.
Chaplin, Jacob Freeman, George B. Clark, WUIlam
e'oudon, Edwin W. Edon, Gaorgo F. Oercoply, Mar-
tnadue Hamllbiu, William Hamper, Augustus C.
Cuuuon, Patrick Carney, and Jesse B. Dasher, sum-
raoned to attend tho present Term of Court as Petit
Jurors havo made default: It is ordered that they
tie fined twenty dollars each unless they file good
and *uindent cause of excuse on or before the llrst
• iy <•»' the next Term of this Court,
fine extract from the minute.-*.
PHILIP M. RUSSELL,
io]7 Cierk of the City Court of Savannah.
Just received 20 baskets Heidslck Champagne,
trquarter casks Sherry, Port and Madeira wines.
16 doz Claret Win# and Cordials;
3 half pipes old Gtard and Heuetto Brandies ;
2 pipes superior Holland Gin. Bsavsr brand;
6 bbla old Monongahtla Whisky, In glass and
wood. For sale by DAVID O’CONNOR,
Jell Cor. Brooghton and Drayton eta.
VTEW GOSHEN BUTTER AND CHEfibB—16 tub*
i.1 and 10 kegs choice new Goshen Butter; 20
boxes Goshen Cheese, landing from steamer and for
ui.i hy WRANTON, JOHNSTON ft 00.
RELlmoirs WORKS. :
\ General View of the Contents of the Old and
. New Trsioinent*. with direetlnna how to read
most pi"llt»M> the Holy Sterlidnre*. By Adam
Clarke, L.I..D. .
- iiihath* with my (fin.*; with an introduction on
liinle t'liN* Teuehing. Ry Thnmns O. Summers,
Fninil> iii>\iTiimi*ni; a iron Use mi Conjugal, Pa
rental. Filial amt other duties, Bv .lame* An
Vmithlitl Christianity. Ry Thoma* O. Summers.
Gathered Flower*; or Hie Early Demi, by Thus.
<» Summer--. D.D,
Bereaven t arents Con-oied. Ry the Rev. John
Reasons for becoming a Mothodlst. By the Rev.
I'ho Ancient British Church. Being an inquiry in-
i.< Dm history of Christianity in Britain, previous to
• he estuhiishmntit of tho Hepturdiy. By William
l.ind*dny Alexander, D.D.
Mihle Gleaning*. Mr*. Jane T. H. Cross.
I'tiH Trial of the Witnesses of the Resurrection of
• t.ri«t; in answer to the objections of Mr. Woolston,
'•ii.| others'. By Bishop Sherlock,
i ectores to Children. By Thos. 0. Summers.
Heart-Blossom* lor my l.lttlo Daughter*, By Mrs.
.Ittiit* T, II. Cross.
For sale by WARNOCK ft DAVIS,
jo 12 139 Congress street.
• 1/ \ MILS of Mercer and early June Potatoes
v reeeieved per steumer Augusta, and for sale
by may 10 J. D. JESSE.
0. 0. POOLE,
No. 11, Whittaker Street, (two doors from Bryan,)
WnOLISALS AND BRAIL DIALER IN
BmHml Blinds, Doors, Paints, Oils, Var-
nlshM, Window Glass, Pntty, Jfce.
jeSOm Painters’, Drainers’ aud Artists' Brushes:
Whitewash Heads and DusterB, Dry and
J^BVjtixed PWnt# ° r ev «y description, Artlsta’
colors In tabes. Prepared Canvass. Ac.
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDERS AND FIRE BOARD
Rooms prepared with neatness and despatch.—
House, Sign and Ship Painting, Gilding, Gratniogand
Glazing done in the best style and at moderate
All orders from tbe country promptly attended
to. men 28—ly
* WILMOT’S JEWELRY STORK
AJl Is receiving by every arrl ‘/3Vj Wpl
tfSWval a large and rich assort-TCmmJ TmS
OUaEmcnt or Gold nod Silver Watches, Diamond
Pins. Ear and Finger Rings, Mantle and other
Clocks, Spoons, Forks, Tea Sett'S Cn-tnrs, *e., or
Jewelry In every variety^
Ivory Table Cutlery, line pnrkot Knives and
Rich (Jhinaand Parian Vasos, and other nrtielos.
Fine Double Barrelled Guns manufactured to his
own order. Gunning Implements of all kinds.
Plated Waiters, Castors, Tea Sett* and Candle
sticks, with a great variety or Fancy Articles, suita
ble fi»r wedding gifts, too nJtncrous here to men
All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired l»y tho
most experienced workmen.
may!3 No. 1 Market square.
t in Perry's B
. 1 near the Msdlcal —
i tor rent. It Is suitable tor a small
•If daslrsdi the toralture can be
houae. For partfeolars Inquire on
>13 2w sod
, Building corner Bar and Drayton-sts.,
aultabls tor msrcantlle purposes and stor-
UNTIL the 1st November next, a com
modious and nlry residence, on tbe north
aide or the Central Railroad Depot, known
_,aa Hover* Place. The house Is newly rur-
tom basement to attlo, which can be bought
'mays YOUNG ft WYATT.
IN THE THREE-STORY BRICK HOUSE
adjoining tho ofllco or the subscriber. The
basement would make, with some slight
■.Improvement, an excellent lawyer’s-offlca.
jtand socond'ffoors will to let tor Counting-
Rooms, and tho third for sleoping apartments. Con
nected with the establishment is an out-bulldlng of
brick, suitable Ibr servants. Apply to
C. A. L. LAMAR,'
septa Corner Drayton and Bryan streevs,
A PLANTATION in WaynoCoun-M
ty, on the BulfiUo Swamp, conulningS;
1000 acres; about 260 acres cleared nnu in
.order for cultivation. On tho premises Is
a plain, comfortable dwelling, with all necessary
barns and out houses. Possession given In Decem
ber next, and with tho place will ho sold, If desired,
tho provision crop of present year.
Also nu improved lot (2J4 acres) in the villogo of
Waynesvllle, nud 20 acres adjoining. Wayncsvllle
is unsurpassed (hr health, and the Brunswick rail
road running through it, renders it easy of access.
Jell lmo HENRY R. FORT.
VAI.UADLG PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Tho two-story brisk store on* Congress
street, now occupied by Messrs. Einstein ft
Kckm&n, This is one of tho host stands in
__the city Ibr any kind of business. Terms
io mario accommodating. For particulars In
quire at 142 Broughton street, atom the store of T.
L.McKouim. . _ _tfinayl4
“ TO BURNT*—
The Dwelling lately occupied hy Judge
Fleming, In Taylor street, near Drayton.
Bald House Is three stories on a bnsoinont,
.with goad servants’ rooms, nudoulhouses,
on given immediately. Apply to
feb 28 _ D. 1„ COHEN.
FOR RENT. “*
Possession given immediately — Three
story brick house, now and In good order,
on Macon street, next east residence to Mrs.
.Jewett. pply at this office.
a plain, «
feb 28 I
• ATLANTA HOTEL.
ATLANTA i i t ■ GEORGIA.
J* J* HKBLKR, Proprietor.
Late of the Verandah Hotel, New Orleans.
Passengers per Evening .Trains will find
Supper ready on the arrival ortho Cars,
JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLA.
JOHN BOZKIIIAN, Proprietor.
BOARD MtR DAT % \ 60
BOAHD PKK WKKK 6 00
BOARD MR MONTU 20 00
COBNEB MEETING AND
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
THIS House Is now adapted to all the
wants of tho Travelling Public, and the ef
forts of tho l*roprletor will be to deserve
mar 31 THOMAS 8. NICKERSON.
Impend of going North come to tho Stono
Mountain Houss, and spend your summer,
as everything will be done ibr your com-
fort. Conveyances will bo furntsbod to
convoy passenger* to Lawrencevllle, Gainesville
Mar Pusseugera by the Georgia Railroad take sup-
per at this bouso.
ALEXANDER ft CLARK.
F. 8. AuaixnxR. formerly or Lawrencevllle.
J A- Clark, Social Circle,2m—Jo 2
1HWAN SPRING HOTEL.
The Undersigned has again the pleasure
of luformiug h(s numerous friends, as
well as tho public at large, that he is
yet at tho Indlau Spring Hotel, and l* tolly
prepared, with tho assistance of bis sons and bis
own experience of six years at tho hotel, with the
best cooks that can be procured, as well as assis
tance of all kinds, to a«k or all those who visit Die
Spring a generous share of their patronage, intend
ing to sparo no pains of himself to make all such os
please to give him a call comfortable. The Indian
Spring Hotel is now open, and ready to receive all
those that will please to call, There will be at For-
sytho Depot couches and hacks ready to convey all
such as wish to go over.
may23-3taw tsepl Proprietor.
V Savannah Republican, Morning News, and
Charleston Courier will please Insert the above three
times each week until 1st September, and send their
bills for payment, EDW. VARNER.
ST. MARYS’ HOTEL.
The above named Houae la now open tor
the reception of Boardbrs and Travellers,
and tho undersigned promises to spare
neither pains or expense to make bis pa-
comfortable, His table will always be sup
plied with tbe choicest that tbe market and tbe sur
rounding country affords—Fresh Fish, Oysters, Ven
ison, WildGnme, Ac. The House is large and airy,
and within a tow yards or the landing, on the beau
tiful river 8t. Marys, and is a desirable place tor In
valids and others as a summer resort. The stage
leaves the House three times a week for Woodstock
Mills, CnntroviUage, and Trader’s Hill, and the Sa
vannah boats touch going and coming, so that per
sons will not be Inconvenienced, but can leave when
they desire. Prices will he made to correspond with
first class country hotels.
THOMAS B. JONES
St. Marys, May 37,1866. 3m my27 ^
FASHIONS FOR JUNK.
F RANK LesUo’a Gazette of Fashions for June re
ceived and foraalo by
jol WARNOCK ft DAVIS,
No 169 Congress st,
Jm *: 1 jSrmsON ROBBBTl. ,
WANTKD-A VtulMl 10 loud with Timber
r for Ha-
vaua tor Brig R. M, CHJ
Applp to JEFFERSON ROBERTS,
at UnloS Steam Saw Mill,
upr!9 or J. F. O’BVBNK’S Office.
FOR LIVERPOOL.—The A i American
Ship MARY ft ADELINE, W. Taylor, master.
having a portion or hor cargo engaged, wl 1
have Immediate dispatch. For freight apply to
Captain Taylor, or to .j
may7 BRIQHAM; KEIXY ft 00.
FOR (KirADELHIUA-Hsaox’s Ltsnt.—
_____ The schooner MARY ft LOUISA, Captain
htouuuan, will have dispatch tor the above port—
For freight apply lo
maylP Ot A- GREINER.
FOR PHILADELPHIA—the ■ sc Ur MARIA
PICKUP. Raker. Master, wJH havo despatch
ibr ino above port. For freight apply to
OGDEN, STARR * CO.
FOR LfFKRPOOL;—iKe~ A l American
ship FAlJCON, Patton master, having a
largo portion of freight engaged, will meet
with dispatch ns above, for balance Of cargo, apply
to BRIGHAM, KELLY ft CO.
FOR LIVERPOOL.—Tne A1 ship JAMES
RAY will havo dispatch tor tho,above port
For freight apply to
Jo8 HUNTER ft OAMMELL.
FOR BALTIHORK,—Tbo j»(ir S N SMITH,
Captain Smith, will have dispatch for tho
a uu vu port For freight apply to
Juno 6 * C. A. GREINER.
FOR 1 •IVEKPOOL.—'The tino three-masted
schooner CORDELIA, Dunham, master, will
Have dispatch tor tho abovo port. For freight ap-
P jlinWi BRIGHAM. KELLY & CO.
CABIN PA8SAOR TO NEW YORK
Semi-Weekly United State* Hnll Line.
TTHE NEW ANI> SPLENDID SfllE-WHEEL
KNOXVILI4E.. 1,600 tons..Capt. C. D. Ludlow.
AUGUSTA ....1,600 “ ..Capt. Tlinmas Lyon.
FIORIDA 1,300 ..Capt. M.8. Woodhull.
ALABAMA.... 1,800 “ ..Capt. G. R.Schenok.
__ WILL LEAVE SAVANNAH EVKKV
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
These ships are among the largost on tho coast,
unsurpassed In speed, sorely aud comfort, making
tholr passages in fifty to sixty hours, and are com
manded by skillful, careful and polite officers.—
Having elegant state-room accommodations, they
offer a moat desirable conveyance to New York.
Cablu Passage to New York 825
Stoerage Passage to New York 8
PADELFORD, FAY ft CO., Savannah.
SAM’L L. MITCHILL. 18 Broadway,
let) 6 Now York.
FLORIDA' PORTS. ~
FLORIDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
—U. S. Mall Line—From New Or
leans to Key West.—Steamships
FLORIDA aud VANDERBILT.—These
fine steamers will In Ihturo make their regular
scml-muntbly trips, leaving as tollows:
Now Orleans, 10th ft24th Koy West, .. 16th ft 24lh
Pensacola.... 11thft26th "■ *****
Apalachicola. 12th ft 26th
St Marks.... 13th ft 27 th
Codar Keys..14th ft 28th
Tampu Bay.. 16th ft 29th
Turapa 11th ft 26th
Codar Koys,12th ft 26th
St. Marks... 14th ft28th
Apalachicula,16th ft 29th
Pensacola... 16th ft 30th
Key West 17th ft 1st I Now Orleans, 17th ft 1st
Agents In New Orleans,
doc25 Gin E. G. ROGERS, ft CO.,
73 Poydrass street.
FOR JOHNSON’S LANDING},'
AND INTERMEDIATE PLACES,
Tu leave on ISutday Night, the 12th instant,
m - The lightdraft-atcamer, WILLIAM
JUbHHK LEBBY, Captain A. C. king, will
leave regularly as above, from the Charleston'
Stoampucket Wharf. Apply to
febU s; M. LAFFITEAV, Agent.
CASKS Bacon, Hams, Sides and Should-
- dors, just received uud for sale by
ftprll CRANE. WKUAtfc CO.
fpiIK UNDERSIGNED huviug this day associated
JL themselves together tor Uie puri»oaeot conduct
ing U10 Wholesale Grocery Business, and having
|Hin'li«ued ihe stock of Rodgers ft Norris, will here-
uttci t-ominuothe buaiue*s under thn firm or Roil-
Norris ft Co., at the old stand, corner of Bay
*»d l.tncoln streets.
.Si van null, Juno 2d, 1866.
JAB. G. RODGERS-,
.IAS. A. NORRI0,
GKO. H. JOHNSTON,
UNO. N. BIRCH.
f|MiE firm nr Rodgers ft Nurfls having this day
* L been dissolved by tho abovo association, cither
* iMrtner will use tho name of tho firm In liquidation.
JA8. 0. RODGER.S,
JAS. A. NORRIS,
Savannah, Juno 2d, 1866 Jo 2
T OCOMOTIVE NEEDLES.—A new and ele-
JLi gout article which needs only to be tried once
insure tho constant preference of the seamstress,
, st received and for sale by
J u m»rl§ LARSON ft ROGERS.
QOA Boxes choice Rio Coffee,
•JVI v 169 boxes fair to prime Rio Coffcn.
DM) boxes Old Government Java Coffer.
200 hhds. Muscovado Molasses.
150 bbla. choice Now Orleans Syrup.
60 hhds. New Orleans Muscovado, and Porto
300 bbls. refined A. B. ft C. Sugar.
50 bbls. Crush and Powdered Sugar.
100 bbla. Iiobauon. Superfine and Extra Flour
160 boxes Starch. Adamantine ftSpormCandles,
140 boxes No. 1 Pale, and Family Soap.
200 bales Heavy Gunuy Bagging.
25 hlids. Bacon 81des and Shoulders.
75 bbls. Mohs and Prime Pork,
100 boxos Tobacco, various brands.
100 boxos Black and Green Ten.
600 bags Drop and Back Shot.
60 kegs and half kogs ’’Hazards” Powder,
togother with a full assortment or all other articles
in tbe Grocery line, (except liquors.) In store, and
tor sale on accommodating terms, by
Janet RODGERS,NURRIStf CO.
1 st 1A Sacks just received and for sale.
•OUU YONOK ft FRIERSON,
Jol2 94 Bay street.
S YRUP" AN if MOLASSES.—W bids Now Orleans
Syrup; 60 do Molasses; in store and tor sale by
June 17 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON k 00.
G i US'N'Y UAGG1NU—360 baloa siqieriur Gunny
TRugging tor sale by
jid—Iw PAPELFORD, FAY ItCO.
U A nholco Hidoction of tlioso goods, of tho latest
<>•', to wiiusii wo invito the attention ofthe ladies,
»iur7 AIKIN ft BURNS
4 V\ hito or Colored woman to cook and wash tor
IV. a stimll family ,tor which liberal wages will bo
I'aid. Apply ut
J«N WELLS ft WILLIAMS.
IJUUL WA.TEIL—If you want the finest drink-
A lug water in tho world call aud purchase one of
Kwlzle'i Patent Water Filters,
tiiu article mentioned iu Water Oomraliurionurs’ last
JJuport, which wo warrant to purify the Savannah
Klver Water porfoctly—uu iudlsponsabls article tor
Plantation use. KENNEDY ft BKA01I,
jau24 only Agunts for their sale In pavannab.
D ICKEN’S ilOUSKHOM) WORDS, for June, vo<
ceived aud tor sato by
WARNOCK ft DAVIS,
16 Congress street.
INDUN SPHtXOH, OVOKOIA.
BRYAN W. COLLIER
RespoctTUlly announces that the uliovo
House will be.opened tor the reception of
guests, on the 20th instant. He has been
.fortunate in securing tho services of Mr.
irtffln, well known to tho public as the
kroprr of tho Ninety Milo House on thn Central
Railroad, to assist in tho superintendence of the
Molntosh House during tho season. A band or mu
sic has also been secured. Stages will be in readi
ness at Forsyth, on the arrival or trains, to convey
puisengers with comfort and dispatch to tho, house.
No pains will be spared to make guests as comfort
able os possible, and a more than usually brilliant
season In uonfidently anticipated, tlA—juno 6
1000 Reams Wrapping paper.
100 bales Twine;
200 doz Scrubhln& and Shoe
60 M imported Spanish Segars;
260 boxos Tobacco, various hrnuds;
160 sacks IUo Coffee;
76 mats Java Coffee;
100 doz Brooms;
60 doz Washboards;
160 boxes Family Soap;
160 do Pale Soap;
7ft do No. I Soap;
ftOO Gross Matches;
fto half chests Young Hyson Ton;
fiO do do Oolong do:
100 boxes Candy;
ftO boxes Scalod Herrings;
7ft boxos Fresh Ground Coffee;
100 Ihixch Imported Castile Soap;
100 boxes Toilet Soap;
60 Ui and whole boxes Raisins;
Rocoivod aud tor sate by
McMAHON ft DOYLE,
may14 20ft and 208 Day sfreot.
QPRINft AND SUMMER CLOTHING.~The
tO subscriber would Invito thn attention or all
in want of SPRING AND SUMMER OI/OTHINO, to
his stock which has Just boon received, at thn Star
Clothing Emporium, 147 Bay street.
aprlft WM. O. PRICE.
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
Via Darien, Brunswick, St. Maryt, Oa., Urnandi-
na and Jacksonville, JHcotata and Black Greek, Fla.
THE steamer WELAKA, Capt. N
.King, will leave for the above places
every 1’ueutayJioming,at 10 o’olk.
This boat has largo aud airy Stato Room accom
modations, and taking lbe Inland Passage, offers
•very inducomaut to Invalids and othen..
Freight win be taken tor Trader’s Hill and Inter
mediate landings on St. Mary’s River.
No freight will be taken alter 9 o’clock.
For freight or passage apply on board at the
Florida Steam packet wharf, or to V-
apr2l CLAUHORN ft CUNNINGHAM.
UNITED STATES MAIL 2.INB.
Far rotated, Bait Flo., via Darien. Brunswick, St.
Marys, Femandina, Jacksonville, Middltbura,
(Black Greek,) and Ptcolata. .
^ The new and elegant steampockst
jMmBHKiST- JOHNS, Capt. James Freeborn*
leaves every eaturday morning, at 10 o’clock, tor
the above placet.
Freight will be token for Trader’s Hill and Inter
medium landings on St Mary’s River.
49* No freight will he token after 9 o’clock.
For freight or iNuuage, having excellent state*
room accommodations, apply on board, at the Flori
da Steampacket Wharf, near the Gas Works, or to •
apr21 CLAGHORN ft CUNNINGHAM, Ag’ts.
m ^ I'ho lino steampacket CAROLINA,
jiggySmk Captain Coxetter, will leave here
tor Jautuvuvuie, Picolata and Palatka, every Tues
day afternoon at 6 o’clock; returning, will leave tor
Charloston, every Friday morulng at 9 o’clock.
For freight or passage apply on ward, at Wlllink’s
wharf, or to M. A. COHEN, Agent.
June 14th, 1866-ly
ftg* Morning papers please copy.
THK DRKAT WKftTKRN 1NMURANUK
... . 00. OF NEW YORK! .
A RE taking Morin. Bilk* at their Agenc/,
COTOM or Dnortod and Bryan UMI.
Approvwl Rlaka will be taken on liberal term.,
an.lt bo uiumlcrcllt^ivenon 1'rcmlum Notw. Ibr«
quarters or the builness will be rctornod to thooua
lomor.ln.crlp, c. A. h. Ltunatr.
IbbH , agent In asrannah.
Mnthern Mutent liuttrttnce Company,
Southern Untunl Lire Inn; Conipnity,
Home IiinurnitM Company, of S. York,
Sprtngfleld Fir* * Marine Ins. Com'y,
Risks In tbe abovs Insuraaee Compenlee nnterta.
ken bp WM. KOTO * S0»»7Af eels,
No. TO Bay etreet.
Savannah. 14tb December, IMS. . deel*
—tnim, mgmBrasp tit*—
INSU R A N C E.
NO. 111. BAY-STREET.
Nearly Four Million Dollars.
By th* following responsible Stock Companies.
Charter Oak Lifts Insurance Company,
Of HARTFORD, CT.
Equitable Fire Insurance Company,
Farmers* and Mechanics* Fire, Marine
and Life Insurance Company,
Bridgeport Fire and Marine Iusurnnce
OF BRIDGEPORT, CT*
49*Tue subscriber will effect Insurance to any
amount in all parts of the State ou every description
Life Insurance.*to any amount at the lowest rate,
for the beneQt ol heirs and creditors, or payable to
the wito Tree from tho claims of creditors. <
Marine Insurance.tm Hulls or Cargoes to all parts
ofthe world. Jan26 A. WILBUR.
COMPANY, NEWARK, N. ,T.
Nett accumulation, Jan. 1,1866* 12,280,006 47
Total amount of dividends paid to date 716,492 66
Total amount of claims by death paid
to date 1,836,990 84
Beqjamiu 0. Milter, Secretary, Joseph L. Lord,
General Agent, Robert lu Patterson. President.
•The fuuds of this Company are all safely invested
in first class bonds and mortgages, stocks, cash, and
notes or members fully secured by their policies.
For further particulars Inquire of
CHARLES A. FAULKY,
Agent in Savannah,
At tho office of Bell ft Prentiss.
J, t*. 8ULUVAN, Medical Examinor.
Messrs. PansuroBD, Fat ft Co.,
I. K. Test, Esq., State Bank.
MARINK AND FIRK INSURANCK.
NO. 38, MERCHANT’S EXCHANGE,
AGENT FOB SAVANNAH,
James M. Carter,
AT THE OFFICE OF
Messrs, rovm, wyatt & oo..
No. 85, Bay Street, below the Post Office.
8. A. KOLLO Firm of A. S. Buruus ft Co.
* Childs, Pratt ft Co.
’ Livingston, Bullard ft Co,
’ Wm. M. Dodge ft Co.
I. P. BALLARD,
WM. M. DODGE,
H. A. CURTIS, “ “ H. A. Curila ft Co.
WM. E. KOLLO,
8. T. LIPP1NOOTT,
WM. A. HUSTED, “ Huxtod ft Carll.
WM. H. RIVERSMiTH,
W. H. LYON, “ “ W. H. Lyou ftCtt.
GEO. CHAPMAN, " “ Lee, Jturphy ft Co.
JOS. H. WESnUOTf, •• Briggs, Wcstoott ft On.
JOS. FATMAN, “ FatmanftCo.
STEPHEN VON MORES,
GEO. SAVORY, “ <• Geo. Savory ft Co.
J. A. REQUA.
ALANSON MARSH, PreelAcut.
CHAS. W. OGDEN, Vice Presipt-iu.
WM. E. ROUX), Secretary.
This Company will Issue rondos upon Ma
rine, Inland Navigation, Transportation and Fire
Risks, at liberal rates ol premium.
Losses promptly and liberally adjusted.
JAMES M. CARTER, Agent,
oct 31 No. 86, Bay Street.
B¥ BBU* PBBMWII.
Hottie it Anetloo.
On T®DAY, Uth lut.. >t io o'clock, wlU be utd
oa tbo primlua.
A two-itory WOod.n Homo, on lot No. L Cer-
penMr’i Row. Tenaecuh. jelB
bcBIItor tbo heir, tad crediutre of eald oetato.—
Term. cub. A. E. ROBERTSON,
©a ®ib<&2a. BsaDoifaffiir
[Acraoitoam »r w* mis or osonou.]
FORT GAINED ACADEMY LOTTERY.
To be drawn in tbe city of Atlanta, in public, on
THURSDAY, June 26,1866, on
THE HAVANA PLAN.
FRIZES AMOUNTING TO
Will be distributed according to the following
BRILLIANT SCHEME I
10,000 NITMBBRB-E48 PRIZES I
1 prize of $10,000 Is.*. $10,000
1 “ 6,000 is 6 000
1 “ 3J)00 Is 3.000
1 non u t aaa
1 “■ ...
1 “ ...
6 prizes of..
10 « ..
1,000 Is 1,000
1,000 Is 1 000
600 are 2,600
200 are 2,000
26 “ 100 are 2,600
89 “ 60 are 4,000
44 “ 80 are 1,320
4 prizes or $60 npp’g to $10,000 prize, are 240
4 “ 60 “ 6,000 prize, are 200
4 “ 40 “ 8,000 prize, are 160
8 “ 36 “ 1,000 prize, are 280
20 * 20 “ 600 prito, are 400
40 “ 10 200 prizo, are 400
249 prizes amounting to $34,000
The two preceding and the two following numbers
to those drawing tbe first 20 prlzus are entitled to
tho 80 approximation prizes, in the usual manner.
Remember that every prize Is drawn, and paya-
bio in toll without deduction.
All prizes of $1000, and undor, paid Immediately
after the drawing—other prizes at the usual time of
49T* All communications strictly confidential.
The drawn numbers will be forwarded to pur
chasers immediately after tho drawing.
Whole Tickets $5—Halves $2.50—Quarters $1.26.
Prize UckeU cashed or renowed In other tickets
at either office.
Orders tor tickets can ho addressed either to
S. SWAN ft CO., Atlanta, Ga., or
S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala
[AUTHORIZED BV THE HTiTE OF ALABAMA.]
■' ,ili ■ ^
GLASS E-NEW SERIES,
To bo drawn in the City of Montgomery. Alabama,
in public, on THURSDAY, July 10,1856, on the
SAMUEL SWAN, Manager.
Prizes amounting to
Will bo distributed according to tbo tbuowing
MAGNIFICENT SCHEME 1
30,000 |N umbers—15,000 Prizes I
1 Prize of $35,000 is $36,000
' do do 10,000 Is 10,000
do do 6,000 Is “ —
l do do
10 do do
100 do do
a, wo in
100 is 10.000
THK GREAT WESTERN FIRK AND
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of No. 107 Walnut street, Philadelphia, Penn,
CHARTER PERPETUAL CAPITAL $500,000.
FIRE, MARIK E* AND INLAND INSURANCE.
Charles C. Lathrop, 632 Spruce street;
Alexander Whilden, Merchant, 14 North Frout-st.j
John 0. Hunter, firm of Wright. Hunter a Co.;
E. Tiacy, firm or Tracy ft Baker;
John R. M’Curdy, firm of Jones, White ft M’Curdy;
Liao Hnzlelium, Attorney and Counsellor;
Jatnea B. smith, firm or James B. Smith ft On.;
Theodore W. Baker, firm of Tracy ft Baker;
K. S. Walton. 3o0 Market street;
Thomas K. Limerick, 684 Spruce street;
John J. Baker, Goldsmith** Hall.
CHARLES C. LATHROP, President.
Thos. K. Limerick. Secretary.
JAMES M. CARVER, Agent,
June 16 No. 86 Bay street
S UGAR—10 tiUds choice New Orleaus Sugar; 20
do Porto Rico do; 20 do fair Muscovado do; iu
Hture aud Ibr sate by
June 17 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
S TUART’S REFINED AND CLARIFIED SUGARS,
—26 bbls Stuart's crushed Sugar: 20 do pow
dered do; 160 do A, B aud C clarified do; just re
ceived and for sate by
June!?SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
P ORTER—20 casks Kyass’ London Porter, land
ing and for sale by
JUPSIT SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
TJ ECEIVED per steamer KnosviUe^-Pickied and
Xl, smoked Tongues; Fulton Market Boor, and Pig
lurk, FI* Hama aad FI* Bonn.
Oranges, Lemons, Apples, and White Boans.
Also, a fresh supply or Foxe’s celebrated Crack
ers. Fur sale low by
uuo 7 J. A. BROWN.
J UST ARRIVED, per schooner A. Devereaux, iu
four days from Havana, a fresh lot or choice
Fruit, for the Savannah Fruit Emporium, consist
teg of—400 bunches Bananas, 100 doseu Pine Ap
ples; 6000 Plantains, 8000 Sweet Oranges, Tom
atoes, and one basket Green Ginger. For sale by
June 14 J. A. BROWN.
BBLS. J. Taylor ft Son’s At* received andfer
■ale by MoMAHON ft DOYLE,
Noe. 206 ft 207 Bay etreet.
NEW YORK ft LIVERRpDL UNITED
STATES MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
The ships comprising this,
_ line are—
A.niwi *JC, Capt West, I BALTIC, Capt v.
PACIFIC, dapt Nye. | ADRIATIC, Capt.
These ships having been built, by contract, ex
pressly for Government service, every care has
been taken in their construction, os also in their en
gines, to insure strength and spcod, and tholr ac
commodations for passengers are itnequalod for ele
gance and comfort.
Prices of Passage from New York to Liverpool in
first cabin $130, in second cabin $76, exclusive use
or extra state-rooms $325. From Liverpool to New
York £30 and £20.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship.
No berths can bo secured until paid for.
For freight or iiassago apply to
EDWARD K. COLLINS,
66 Wall Btreot, New York.
BROWN. Sim’IEY ft CO., Liverpool.
STEPHEN, KENNARD ft CO.
B. G. WAINWRIGHT ft CO., Paris.
GEO. H. DRAPER, Havre. ’'
The owners of theso ships will not be ac
countable for gold, silver, bullion, snecio. Jewelry,
precious Btones, or metals, unless bills or lading are
signed therefor, and the value thereof expressed
Shippers will pleaso take notice that tho ships oi
this line cannot carry any goodnScentraband of war.
Cor. Montgomery ft York st*.
RESPECTFULLY Informs the Ladies and
■LI Gentlemen or this City that he Is prepared to
servo them every evening with
*ce Cream, Cakes & Confectionery,
In his own peculiar style, and hopes to merit a share
or public patronage,
' Savannah, 17th April, 1856. 3raaprl7
D ANIEL CRONIN Upholster, 26 Bmn-st,
would respectfully announce to the citizens ol
savannah that he is ready to niako and put down
Carpets. Oil Goth, Matting, fto., at the shortest no-
ire, and on the most reasonable termB. oot3-tf
rilHE SUBSCRIBER is prepared to execute
■ at tbo shortest notice, aud m the most work
manlike manner, nil kinds or Metal Roofing, Gutters,
Cornice, or other work connected with tho manufac
turing or repairing of Copper, Galvanized Iron, Zinc,
or Sheet Iron Business.
oolia 166 Broughton stt
LAND AGENCY—Brunswick, Ga *
EDWIN M» MOORE
'\FFERS his services to the public in the pup
J chase and sale of lands in tho counrles of
Glynn, Wayne, Oamdon, Charlton, Appling, Ware,
Ooffeo. Clinch, Lowndes and Thomas. Particular
attention given to locating, purchasing and selling ol
town lots in tho town of Baunswick.
Machinery and ikon railing
MANUFACTORY AND AGENCY.
ST. JULIAN STREET, SAVAANNAH, GA.
(Near tho Market.)
F tOM the most complete facilities in his own
establishment, and through his connections
with several of tho principal manufhcturng estab
lishments or Philadelphia, Now York, aid Boston,
the Undersigned is prepared to furninsh MACIllN
ERY, PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, PORTABLE
SAW, GRIST AND FLOUR MILLS. CAST AND
WROUGHT IRON RAILING, STATUETTES, STORE
FRONTS, Columns, Window Sills and Iintils, Iron
Doors, Shutters, &c., at Northemprices. He is also
prepared to repair Machinery and iron work of every
’ jription, at short uotlce, upon reasonable terms.
s agent for BAIRD’S PHILADELPHIA MARBLE
WORKS, he is also prepared to exhibit a great varie
ty or designs for MONUMENTS, TOMB STONES, fto.
Also Iron Railing in great variety, for enclosures,
and to receive orders, and put up the work at man-
Dr R Collins, Macon; Dr B M Carglte, Brunswick'
Thomas H Harden, Savannah; Hon James L BewJ
ard, Thomas vl Ho.
■$ AAA POUNDS choice Baltimore' Shoulders:
Xl/UtF *ad 1200 do do Sides;
100 choteo sugar-cured Hams, lu bags;
600 pounds choice Tennessoo llams;
16 barrels choice Lear Lard:
-10 tierces extra wholo Rice: 6 do Tuir do;
20 boxes Family Soap; 10 do steam imlo do; 10
do No 1 do; 7 woman’s frieud do; 6 chemical do;
16 boxes Tallow Caudles; 10 do adamantine do;
10 do pearl sperm do;
10 boxes A, B aud C Sugur;
12 bags good Rio Coltee;
7 pockets old government Java Cotfoo.
All tho above for sa'« low hy
Juno 7 J. A. BROWN.
Savannah, April 11,1866.
H. H. LINVIIJiE.
L ard and herrings-
20 bbls Prime White Leal Lard;
60 boxes Prime Herrings,
landing and for sate by
tnayl5 8CRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
D RESS TRaWINOa-FringcB, black and
colored Moira Antique Gauze, and other styles,
in groat variety, and for sate by
mar 7 AIKIN ft BURNS.
C OTTON UMBRELLAS—A large supply or wheel-
top whalebone frame Gingham Umbrellas, all
8lzos, received and for sale by
I.&DSON (k BfiuERS.
L iverpool salt.—100 socks, ten to the
ton, lundlug from ship Ell Whitnoy, and for
mar IQ PADLFORD, FAY ft CO.
M AGAZINES FOR JUNE—Putnam’s Monthly
Ballou’s Dollar Monthly; Graham’s Magazine
Artuur’s Homo Magazino; Uodey’s lady’s Book
Harper’s Now Klonthly, and Dickon’s Household
WordB, received and for snlo by
WARNOCK ft DAVIS,
Juue 8 169 Congress street.
READ, MATCHES ft LEMON SYRUP-
60 bbls Sugar, Soda, and Butter Buiscnit;
26 boxes do do do do.
160 gross Matches, round boxes.
75 boxos Ihmoft Syrup. Received and for
■tie by MoMAHON ft DOYLE,
Jell Noe. 206 ft 207 Bey street.
B utter & ohkese-
26 tubs choteo Now Muy Buttor,
26 boxes ” “ Goshen Cheese,
Just recolved and for sate by
my23 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
P RIME KENTUCKY HAMS.—Neatly trim
med end for sale to oloee consignment.
m»yl7 YOUNG ft WYATT.
nrw confectFonary store
No. 08 Bryftii Street.
TWO DOORS A BOM? MR. GRIFFKN’B JKWKLRY STORK.
fPHE undersigned respectfully informs the La*
X dies of.Savannah in particular, and the public
i generally, that be bos this day opened a new Confcc-
lanary Store, and will keep on hand a large and
resh assortment, of all kinds and discretions.
He will at all times and hours, bo ready tofurulsh
parties, with Buppcrs. /
Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, at all hours.
Ornamented Cakes, Plea, &c. &c., made to order.
Ho hopes from long experience to give satisfaction
to all who will honor him with their patronage.
H. B BOZZOLA, No. 98 BryanS
............. — — ........ ■ — »|VW
4 prizes ot $200 approxim’g to $36,000 are $800
4 “ 160 •« 10,000 are 600
too 6,000 are 400
80 " 2,000 are 320
70 “ 1,200 are 280
bo . “ 1,100 are 200
40 1,000 are 160
30 900 are 120
26 ■ ' •• 800 are 112
620 are 88
20 •• 200 are 800
10 •• 100 are 4000
16,000 prises amounting to $206,200
The 16,000 prices or of $8# are determined by the
number which draws the $35,000 prize—if that
number should bo an odd number, then every odd
number ticket in the Scheme will be entitled to $8>f;
If an even number, then every evon number ticket
will be entitled to $$K in addition to any other prise
which may be drawn. ^
Purchaser* In buying an equal quantity of odd and
even number ttokets, will bo certain or drawing
nearly one half the cost or tho same, with chances
of obtaining other prizes.
49* Remember that every prize Is drawn, and
payablo In toll without deduction.
49* All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid Immedi
ately after the drawing,—other prices at tbo usual
time of thirty days.
All communication* strictly confidential. The
drawn number* will be forwarded to purchasers
immediately after the drawing.
Whole Tickets, $10—Halves, $6—Quarters, $2 60.
Prize Ticket* cashed or renewed toother Tickets
at either office.
Orders for Tickets can be addressed either to
S. SWAN ft CO., Atlauta, Ga.,
jel Or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala.
N EATSFOOT OIL, of the beat quality constantly
Tor sate tew by CHAFFER ft CO.,
mayl6 6 Whitaker street.
MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS
60,000 Dollar.—10,000 Somber. Only I ■
FOU A SHALL INVESIMKNTI
IMPROVED HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY.
ST AUTHORITY or 1ST ITATR or OlORGU,
B* SPENCEB CI1BHELL.
8,000LtUfc.U of Rlci U
fcr .took of ril kind.,
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY I
PRYOR’S T/i .aTMENT.
tetter worm, aore nipples, (recommended by nur-
aos.) sore and cracked lips’, lVesh wSu/iora
of any description. It b a most valuable ramedr
and cure, which can be testified to by thousands
who have used it in many portions of the South for
the last few years. In no butane* will theaelve do
•ny Injury, or interfere with a physician’* prescrip
tion. The proprietor has numerous certificates and
letters from people who have used U themselves,
and most earnestly recommend it to others as a
speedy and certain remedy for the above named
diseases. A trial te all that is necessary for its own
Sold by J, B. MOORE, Savannah, Ga., and drug •
gists generally. V. J. MOORE, Proprietor,
mayis LaG range, Ga.
„ segar and tobacco stork.
No. 29, Bull street, (sign of the Big Indian.)
_ N. B—Keeps constantly on band Spanish, Halt
Spanish, and American Segars, at wholesale and re-
ill. Also, Chewing Tobacco, Snuff, fto. June 1
Insurance Broker and Notary Public.
Marine Protests Noted end Extended, Average]
adjusted, Charter Parties and Average Bonds drawn*
Papers prepared whereby to recover lorn from
American or British Underwriter*, and attention
given to alt matters connected with shipping and In- ,
surance, No. 118 Bay-street opposite the front ot
the Custom House. ly nor 8
_ parent KULtPfts
W&SSW S V A SCIPo
Every uuui hi* own Card Printer,
p ALL AND EXAMINE CHAMBERLAIN'S
V Patent Eclipse Hand 8tamp, the beat, cheapetit
and most convenient of any thing for the purpose
yet offered for sale,
ALFRED WEBSTER, Gen. Agt.
apr 3 ly 186 Congress St.
IUHV8 lUPKuYfiU HEllflfj'G 'HACHMg.
TV ESIGNED Expressly for making Bags—end
JLF which Is decidedly superior to any other
machine for that purpose. Spool or skein thread,
can be used of any desired length, and which will
not need to be changed until the whole is used.
Bag manufacturers, Grain'and Flour merchants ate
particularly invited to call and examine it at 186 Con
May26. ALFRED WEBSTER,Gen. Agt.
HUNT A WEBSTER’S.
IMPROVED SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE.
TV ESIGNED for Families, plantations, Dress tna-
JL/kors, Tailors, Boot ft Shoe manufacturers sod
otnors who may wish to do their own sewing cheap
ly and with expedition. This machine sews » uni
form stitch with both sides alike, and which will not
ravel. It 1s more simple, is loss liable to get out of
order, and costs less In proportion than any other
tnachtoo. and te warranted to be perfect, and to work
woll. All apparatus necessary for convenient use la
furnished with it, and any instruction will be given
that will bo necessary to ensure to the purchaser
its successful operation and durability.
The public are respectfully invited to call and es •
amine them at 136 Congress st.
ALFRED WEBSTER. Gen, Agt.
49* A very neat and ornamental Iron Table
wtllnow be given wlthamachino fora small sum
to addition to the regular price. May 26.
HOtVES COTTON HARVESTER.
PATENTED DEC., 4, 1866.
rfUUS improvement enables one field bind to pick
much cotton as five can pick by the old
method and having tbe cotton free from trash, and
to better condition for ginning.
The above machines arc for tale at 136 Congrats
street Savannah, and 126 Meeting street, Charles
ton, 8, C. All orders from abroad wlU receive
prompt attention. Planter*, Factors, Cotton Broken,
end ell Interested ere respectfully Invited to ceil
end examine them. County Rights can be bought oa
May, 25. ALFRED WEBSTER.
OKN —10,000 bushels Tennessee Corn to storo
_yaud for sale low by
YOUNG ft WYATT.
F LOUR AND BACON.—699 sacks Flour 110,060
lb* Bacob, in store and for saieby
jell—ll YOUNG ft WYATT.
IAALT1MOKEFLOUR—100 Hbfi"superfine flalti-
Jjuore Flour landing per schr Woodbrtdge, and
fnr .alu lit? '
for sale by
jel SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
KF1NED AND CLARIFIED oCuAto— ' “ . .
60 bbls Stuart’s A Crashed Sugar,
26 do do Powdered do
69 do do A Clarified do
60 do do B do do
60 do do C do do
Just received and for tale by
Jel SCRANTON. JOHNSTON ft 00.
X13BB op dread;
rriHE tv.ru, prtc. at Flour lb, lut month briu
X Elfht dcl tra, Mrud rnuit wcl.ti u IbUoir.^
1. C.nt Lori must w.igh 2 pound..
6 « ii ii- \
3 ii ii ii iriounc.
JAins a. wilkins,
Jun. l.t, 1.66. a,rtn SS t -
SILVER WARE, CUTLERY, Ac.
W E havo Just received a now stock or Silver
Spoons, Buttor Knives, Salt Collars, Fish.
PIe,Cakoand Ice Cream Knives; also, Steel And
Plated on Steel Tablo Cutlerv, Carvers, Ice Pitchers,
Bread Knives. Plated anil Parien Buttor Stands, be
sides a quantity of useful articles too numerous to
mention. D. B. NICHOLS ft CO.
I N RICH DRESS GOODS AND 5LANTILLAS—bal
ance of rich flounced Organdies, Bareges, Crapo
du Parte and Tissues, at cost to oloso thorn out; also
rich Lace Mantillas, at reduced prlcos. for salob,
June 4 DzWlfT ft MORGAN y
t) A Bbla. superior Old Monongehela Whiskey,
received, and for sale by
J. M. EYRE,
94 Bay sfreot.
To bo drawn July the 16th, 1866, at Concort Hall,
Macon, Ga., under the sworn superintendence of
Col. Geo. M. Logon and Jas. A. Nlsbet, Esq.
This Lottery 1b drawn~on thepl’an of the Royal
Lottery of Havana of single numbers: this has only
10,000 numbers, and the Havana Lottery 34,000
numbers—tbo Havana 249 prizes, this 6,031 prices.
Look to your Interest l Now Is the tlmo.
1 Prizo of $ 7,6001a $ 7,600
l “ 3,000 te 3,000
l “ 2,000 Is 2,000
8 “ 1,000 are 3,000
6 “ 600 are 2,600
20 “ 100 are 2,000
6000 “ “ 8 are 40,000
6041 prizes nmonntlng to $60,000
Tickets $10—Halves $6—Quarters $2.60.
A Consignee for 10 tuba of Butter, marked J. F. ft
P., landed per steamship Knoxville from Now
lurk. [Je9] PADELFORD, FAY ft CO.
TRAN8PAHKNT WINDOW HHAW.
140 ooxamua and 67 ax. jcukn-strkkw.
mHE Subscriber has received, and will open
I this day, tho largest and most oxtensivo variety
dniVlNDOW SHADES over offerod to this city. It te
tho totention of tho advertiser to keep constantly to
store a large supply or all the various patterns and
styles manufactured by tho manufacturers of this
country and orFranco, to which tho attention of mer-
chants and families in the city and country, Is in
vited. They will be sold at wholesale and retail, at
attefactq^r prices. W H. GUION, Agent.
26bbs Oid Monongahtla Whisky.
60 »’ Double Distilled “
Just received aud for sale by
my23 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
E uuklanu luIE-i.tou tab Sockluii US* ’
drily expected per brl| E. W. AVuER. Per -
saw, to arrive, by
BRIGHAM, KELLY ft CO.
[NX/TRA CANAL FLUUK.—to burr.!. Extr.Csri
jjj Flour. Landing and for sale by
tna y 16 SCRANTON. JOHNSTON ft CO.
A LB ANY ALE,—26 bbla. Albany Stock Alu, \uvt
rocoivod, and for Balo by
SCRANTON. JOHNSTON ft CO.
S UGARS.—60 barrels Stuarts A and B Clarified
Sugar; 60 do Crashed and Powdered do. Land
tag anu for sale by
toayl6 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft 00.
XT 0. MOLASSES, landing from schooner
A-v e Abby Francis, and for sate by
dec 27 LOOK BIT ft KNKIJJNGS.
JJH1HE YEliLOW CORE.' -In'Kturo uud lor
may7 YOUNG &WYATT.
•N AND LAUD.—60 hhds, “
ICON AND LARD.—60 hhds, nrltue Bacon
Sides ; 30 hhds. prlrno Bacon Shoulders ; 20
bbls. prime Baltimore Leaf Lard. Landing, and
for Mle by SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
49- Prlzos payable without deduction.
' gar Persons sending money by mall noed not
fear Its being lost. Orders punctually attended to.
Communications confidential. Bank notes of sound
banks taken at par. Drawings sent to all ordering
49'Those wishing particular numbers ahould
Tho 6,000 prizes of $8, are determined by tho
drawing of the Capital or $7,600; ff the number that
draws tho Capital te M even number, those Tickets
ending 0. 2, 4, 6, 8, are entitled to $8; if an odd
number those Tickets ending with 1,3, 6, 7, 9, arc
entitled to $8.
Address JAMES F. WINTER, Manager,
Junol7 Macon, Ga.
T HE Georgia and Florida Railroad Company have
established their first depot at the tenth mile
south or AmerlcuB, to which point tbo Company
have made preparations to open tholr Railroad from
Amoricus to the month or October next; the owners
ofthe land around said depot, having obtained tbo
sanction of tho Railroad Company, will offer for
sale, on Wednesday, tho second day of July next,
to the highest bidder, fifty eligible business and res-
deuce Lots, convenient to tho depot, whlclThas re
ceived the name of “Sumter City.”
This aepot te on tho summit or tho ridge betweon
Muckalee and Muckaloochee Crcok: it 1s two hun
dred aud forty-three feet abovo tho bod or Flint
River at Albany, aud te tho highest point on the
line of Road; It te convenient to tho largo trade
which will go ovor tho Road from the South, being
near tho junction of the two principal highways
leading from tho Southern part or Georgia to Am
The point selected for “Sumter City” baa been
proven to bo one or the healthiest locations in
Uoorgla. Tho water is pure—free from lime, and
of tho best quality.
A Steam Mill will bo erected at tho pltco by next
Ample Church aud School or Academy Lots will
be reserved aud given to the various denomina
tions, should they dosire thorn ti>r building and oc
All persons doing business at “Sumter City” will
have equal privileges on the Road, as it may bo ex
tended below to facilitate their business, all of
which will, for the ensuing business season, bo
tributary to this depot.
A plan or “ Sumter City” may be seen attor tho
16th of tho present month, at tno Hotel at Amerlous,
and at the South-wostoru Hotel at Albany
Tho terms will bo onc-haU'cash, aud balance pay
able 1st of January next.
. \ J. M. COOPER, Auctlonoor.
Albany, Ge., Juno 6th, i860. td-Jo 14
M ARSHALL ft SON’S Celebrated Pig Hams, Pig
«Shoulders, and Pig Bacon. Also some new
Smutted Tongues and Fresh Smoked Beer. Received
per Alabama, by
may28 J. D. JESSE.
Landlord and teAANv:
rpHE Law of Landlord and Tenant. By J.
X Smith, with Notes or American cases byp. P.
Bauvier’s Law Dictionary, last edition.
Bauvier’s Institutes American Law.
Nellgan’s Atlas of Cutaneous Diseases, with color
ed plates, 4 to.
Brown on some Diseases or Women admitting or
Fltuton Diseases or the Respiratory Organs.
Budd on Diseases of the Stomach.
Sketches and Adventures to Madeira, Portugal
Italian Sights and Principles. By Jarvis, with
Physiology and Calisthenics. By Catherine E.
Railway and Steamship Guide, with mape.
Ireland in ’98 and ’48; its Revolutionary History.
National System or Political Economy. From the
German, or List.
aprlO W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
S ILVER ANU GOLD FLATING cu now bodooe
at Lomu. Hr. CHARLES KJSMI8H harlnf «■
tabUabcd hlmseir permanently, all work to this line
will bo done with dispatch. All repairing or Cm tors,
Teapots, Candlesticks, Spoons, Forks, or any other
article will be done neatly before plating. AU old
sliver plato, such as Teosctts or Urns, Forks or
Spoons, will be ro-flntehed and made equal to new,
and at modornto prices. All work or ordere left at
my storo will bo attended to promptly.
P. 8.—Watch cases galvanizod.
may27 G. M. GRIFFIN.
BASKETS! BASKETS!—We would call the
JL> attention or the ladies to our stock of Work.
Traveling and fine Fancy Baskets, the largest assort
ment to tbo city, at tho House Furnishing Storo, 166
mar21• HORACE MORSE.
XJ 60 bbls EPhelp’ Rye Gin,
25 bbls N. E. Rum,
50 “ Luthor Felton’s Rum,
25 “ Domestic Brandy,
60 “ Old P ft H Connecticut River Gin,
60 •' N.O. Whisky.
Just rocoivod and for salo by
toy28- SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft 00.
i 1 HAM PAWN, Ac—
\ * 60 baskets Heidseick Champaign,
pts and qta,
26 do do do,
160 do Bouche do,
60 do EugtneCUcqnotdo,
76 do Glralera Vsrser do.
100 boxes Leiden’s Rhine Wine and Brandies.
In store and for aalo by
JanSl WEBSTER ft PALMES.
UPEfelOR Choice Goshon Butter and Dutch
Cheese, recolved por atoamor Alabama by
may28 J. D. JESSE.
IHASSferi AMD ROBE—
100 barrels New Orleans Molasses;
300 colls and hair colls “Louisiana Manufac
turing Company” Rope, Landing per brig Louisa
Sears from New Orleans, and for sale by
my28 HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON ft CO
‘ OODSYFOfijDljEr ' ?
rtOSSPS Iridy’a Book tor Jon*.
U Arthur'. Homo IhiuUi, for Juno.
Fttoraon’i Monthly Hagutno for Jnu.
Hupor'a Now Monthly Magazine for Juno.
Rtoelred and formula ny
„ WARNOCK k DAVID,
'E'OB 8ALB^-W,000 bnahola Cora to urir*.
JP “I" YOUNG k WTATT,