A.U0UU. Unity IB 8. 8. Paudck.
DEALER IN OHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
•nd Foreign and Domestic Fruit.
oonwr BrougMon and WhUaktr to.
Town and donntry supplied with oholoo goods At
-‘••‘■“jrte jfrlcoi, All order* promptly sttouded
tlon Always guaranteed, ap!8
DEALERS IN PROVISIONS,
No. 1484 Ak»« awl 3 WSSj ilarktl, New I'ark.
Hunt, Tonga.!, n*(T. Bacon, Bhouldcrs, Pickled
Tomum. DoImhu, Uni, l’lg Pork, Moss Boof, Ao.,
In borrow, halves «ud quartern.
IMbn to^lota P. Jomo, Jamu A. Brown, Wm.
R_Eerr.lt, amt MI’Bymu. hm-Wnai
D oinsrto lBiors— 1 '
60 bbla KPhetp* Rjo Gin,
35 bbla N. E. Rum,
60 11 Luther Pelton’e Rum,
S3 11 Domeatlo Brandy,
K !! S’iPAUConnecticutBlverOln,
60 '• NEO. Whlaky, '
Jutt reoelved and (Or tale by
| my36 aOBAHrOR, JOHNSTON k CO.
BBIS. 4, Taylor A Hon'd Ale received andter
hy McMahon a Doyle,
■foil No-i. *206 ft. 207 Bay atroot.
10 nods Light Muscovado sugars
lObbls R L ft D Stuart’s Crushed and Clarified Sit
S UNDRIES. JUST RWJHVKjfT
16 bags choico old Government Java and Rio
, 20 half chests Black and Green Teas, loose
ana In quarter pound packages
10 hbds Light Muscovado «ugar
i R L *- •* * *
./bffi self rising Flour;
26 bags Extra and Superfino Flour;
20 bbla Soda, Buttor aud Maplo Crackers;
60 boxes Uesdel’s family Soap. Starch and Caudlos;
60 dea Palls and Brooms;
100 dos Sorub Brushes, aud Cottou and Manilla
10 gross Matches;
26 boxes ground Coffee aud Pepper;
60boxes Mustard and Yeast l’owdors, Mase, Cinna
mon, Nutmegs, and Cloves, and 10 cases table Salt,
«c., Ao. Iu storo and for sale by
. „ „ DAVID O'CONNOR.
JQll Qor Broughton and DraYton eta.
S lWf PARASOLS—A new supply of tnosu beauu-
lul Silk Parasols have Just boon reoelved and
are Tor sale by
JttPBO LADSON ft ROGERS.
XXALL’S SUPERIOR SILK UMBRELLAS-A caso
XX of 26, SO, 32, 24 and 36 inch Silk Umbrollas,
aecoived and for sale by
Juue 0 LADSON ft ROGERS.
F LOUR—aoo sucks oxtra and superfine Flour, in
store and for sale by
June20 WEBSTER ft PALMES
UGARS—20 hbds Barbadoes Sugar; 40 do New
1 Orleans do, (air to choico; 20 do Porto Rico do;
30 do Muscovado do; 200 bbla crushed, powdered
and clarified do; for salo by
WEBSTER ft PALMES.
QALt—8000 sacks Liverpool Salt; 10.000 bushels
O Turks’ Island do; for sale by
j Turks’ Island do; Tor sale by
Jnne20 WEBSTER ft PALMES.
X2.URNV BAGGING-360 bales superior Gunny
\XBagging for salo by
Jol—lw PADELFORD, FAY & CO.
fTAGABOND LIFE IN MEXICO, by Gabriel Fer-
W r F» for seven years a resident;
The Tangletown Lottery including a Report of the
Great Mammoth Reform Convention, with Illustra
Life and Travels or Herodotus, In the Fifth Centu
ry B. C., by J. Tulbnys Wheeler, two volumes, with
The kuguenot Exiles, or Times or Louis XIV., an
llarper'B Picture BookB for the Nursery—Learn-
Worth and Wealth, for merchants and men of
business, by Freeman Hunt:
Sydney Smith’s Wit and Wisdom, being selections
from bis writings;
• Calderon, his Life and Writings, by R. Chenovlae
Adventuros of Gerard, the Lion Killer, with plates;
Homeric Ballads and.. Comedies of Luclau. trans
lated by Wm Slaglnn;
The Daisy Chain, by Miss Yonge, author or the
The Old Vicarage, by Mrs Hubboak;
Creasy on the Rlso and Progress or the English
Dwight’s Introduction to the Study of Art;
Harper’s Magaziue, for July.
Junelg W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
OPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING.—The
Vj subscriber would Invite the attention of all
in want of 8PRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING, to
his stock which has Just boon rocoived, at the Star
Clothing Emporium, 147 Bay Btroot.
aprlb WM. 0. PRICE
CORN AND COB MILL.
lOt THE KTATffl OF SO. CAKOUXA, OKOROU AKD FLORIDA*
PATENTED MAY 10, 1854.
COPYRIGHT SECURED MARCH 1866.
rTHE attention of Planters and Stock Feeders
X 13 respectfully called to tho above MU1. Thoy
are now In use by at loast 10,000 of the most practi
cal Stock Feeders throughout the country, who are
ready to testify to their superiority over all other
Mills of a similar kind. These Mills are mado the
•xclusivo business of the patenteo, Ur. Scott, who
being a practical man, superintends the casting in
person, and selects only such Iron as Is host adapt
ed to their use, which, like car wheels, requlro to
be made of inetal known to bo bard and strong.—
Thoy weigh from throe to five hundred pounds, ac
cording to 3ise. and can be put In operation in twen
ty mluutes without oxpense or mechanical aid.
The little Giant has taken tho first premium at
nearly all the Stato Fairs throughout the union, and
that in tho most complimentary manner. They uro
'guaranteed against breakage or derangement when
<usod according to directions, aud wurruutod to give
the most purfoct satisfaction, or the mouoy refunded
on the return of tho mill.
Theyarouf three sizos, aud will grind from eight
to flrteen bushels good food per hour, according to
size. with ouo or two horses.
We now otter thorn to tho tradu coiaplotc, ready
for attach!ug the team, at reduced prices.
Mr. C. H. CAMI’FIELD is our Agont in Savannah,
ofwhom tho mill may bo had at our price,
E XTRA CANAL FLOUR.—25 burrols Extra Canal
Flour. Lauding and for Halo by
may 16 SCRANTON. JOHNSTON & CO.
ItiM&ot (tull fkfclUw Mate
n- SBfflCHM with good Koome ud Baird, on
“ ~ FORSALE.
« Six Tracis or Land, 600 acre! each, 3 or 4
*11®* from the city or Savannah on tho S. A
ulf Rail Road, well adapted to tlu Rrowth of
Rico, Cotton and Corn, and Wood enough to pay fbr
It ton timos over. Apply to
rob 27 tr c. a. ci»un,
IjleacHed Shirtings In great variety, and
A# at various price*.
rob 21 ' A1 KIN A BURNS
T?OR SALE.—A fine lot in Wesley Ward.—
A Also two on Gordon atroot, east For Bale low.
Feo simple. Apply to A. WILBUR,
Gen’l Insuranoo Agont and Broker,
may 22 111 Bay street.
I AAl t AAA GREY BRICKS, host qua!
• I/V/LtmUI/U Ity, Tor Rale. Apply to
7 7 A. MoALPlN ft BRO.,
iny22-lmo Williamson’s buildings.
HcaR-4),unrtcr*, 1st Keglment, U. hi., 7
SaVANJUII, JUUO 12,1860. f
By virtuo of ordor No 2 issuing from 1
G. P. Harrison, Brlgadler-Uuieriil
commanding 1st Brigade, 1st Division,
G. M„ an election will ho hold ut thuL_
Otmit llouso, ou Saturday, tho Sihday of July mm,
botwoou the hours or U A.M , and 4 l\M., tar Colo
ns of tho 1st Regiment of tho 1st Brigado, l<t Ittvi-
slon G., M«, to fill tho vacancy of Rohurt D. Walker,
roalguod. Tho said election to bo euudiiolod uudor
tho usual rouniromoum of tho law.
By ordor JAMES SULLIVAN,
Uout. Col. Com’d’g, 1st Regiment, G. M.
W. S. Damkli., Adjutant. Jel3
*** City jutpors will pluaso copy und so ml in tholr
bills to tho Soorotnry of tho ltogimcnt.
C OHN— 51H) sacks coru, iu storo mid to urrlvo, Tor
sale by WILLIAM LYNN,
Juno 10 87 Bay street.
T HE Interest of Mr. Charlos 8. Arnold In tho firm
of Fad el lord, Fay & Co. ceatod with his death,
on tho 4tb of March last.
From this dato Mr. Edwurd Badclford, Jr., is a
soclatod with us under tho sumo stylo and firm.
PADELFORD, FAY L CO.
Savannah, Juno 10th, 1860. 12Ua—Jo 10
A LL persons having claims against the estate or
Goorgo M. Troup, deccaaod, will bund them
In, duly attested, and thoso Indebted will please
make paymentto either of tho uudersignod.
THOMAS M. FORMAN, )
Jo W DANIEL H. B. TROUP, f ** fa *
I WILL sell on Wednesday, tho 18th Instant, at 12
o’clock, M„ on the promises, corner of Proslccnt
aud East Broad stroets, Two old Houses—tho samo
being an obstruction In President street, to bo
moved iu ton days. DANIEL II. STEWART,
Juno 10 City Marshal,
S ALT. —1000 sacks Salt in storo and for salo by
Juno 14 87 Bay street
B AGGING, ROPE, Ac.—lOO bales Gunny Bug
ging; 600 colls BaloRopo; 600 pounds Twine;
received and for sale by
junolfi HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON & CO.
B ACON, PORK, &g—60 hhUa clear and ribbed
Sides; 20 do Shoulders; 30 casks sugar-cured
Hums; 60bbls prime aud mess Pork; 30lialfbbls
Hawes A: Co’s Fulton Market Boof; 6 do do Tongues;
Just recctvod and for salo by
JunoU HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON & CO.
S UGAR—15 hbds choico Porto Rico augar; 26 un
Crowned Muscovado and Cuba Sugar; 60 bbls
Barbadoos Sugar; 300 do Stuart's aud Baltimore
steam rofined, crusbod, powdered and clarified
Sugar, binding, in store und for salo by
Juno 16 HOLCOMBE, JOHNaON k CO.
/^OFFEE.—300 bags fair to choico Rio Coffoo; 60
do Lnguayra Collbe; 60 mats Java Coffoo; 80
bales Mocha Coffee; landing, In storo and for Bale by
junolfi HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON & CO.
W ANTED TO PURCHASE/— t.lty of Columbus
Bonds, endorsed by tho Muscogoo Rgllroad
Compauy. Apply to
Jol6—0Us PADELFORD, FAY ft CO.
FLOUR IN BARRELS,
J UST received a lot of Extra Family Flour,
opr20 YOUNG ft WYA TT.
C hoice wines * liquors—
Just received 20 baskets Uotdslck Champagne.
O quarter casks Sherry, Port and Madeira Mines.
16 doz Cmret Wino and Cordials; *
3 halfpipes old Gtard and Seuotte Braudles;
2 pipes superior Holland Gin. Beaver brand;
5 bbls old Monongahela Whisky, In glass and
wood. For sale by DAVID O’CONNOR,
Jell Cer. Broughton aud Drayton sts.
0. 0. POOLE,
No. 11, Whittaker Street, (two doors from Bryan,)
„ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Sashes, minds, Doors, Paints, Oils, Var
nishes, Window Glass, Putty, No.
1 Palmers’, Grainers’ and Artists’ Brushes;
[Whitewash HeadB and Dusters, Dry and
jSSS^Mixed Paints of every description, Artists’
colors In tubes, Prepared Canvass, &c.
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDERS AN1) FIRE BOARD
Rooms prepared with neatness and despatch.—
House, Sign and Ship Paintiug, Gilding, Graining and
Glazing done In the best stylo and at moderate
All orders Irom tho country promptly attended
to. mch 28—ly
WILMOT'S JEWELRV STORE ~
Is receiving by every arrl-
ival u large and rich assort- vISC
mentor Gold and Silver Wuwiuis, Dlauuum
lins. Eur and Finger Rings, Muutlo aud other
Clocks, Spoons, Forks, Tea Sotts, Casters, &c„ of
Jewelry in overy variety,
"Ivory Table’Cutlery, fine Pocket Knives and
Rich Chlun aud Parian Vases, and other articles.
Fine Double Uurrullod Guns manufactured to his
own order. Uuuulug Implements of all kinds.
Hated Wallers, Custers, Tea .‘iott* and L'audlo-
stluks, with a meat variety ol'Fancy Articles, suita
ble fur wedding gifts, tooujmorous bore to men
Ail kinds of Wulohus and Clocks repaired by the
most experienced workmen.
may 13 No. 1 Marketsqmiro.
L ocomotive needles—a now ana eie-
giuit article which needs only to bo tried once
insure tbo const tut preloi cuou of the souinslruss,
i°st received and for salo by
J»murl8 LADSON ft ROtlERS.
CORN ON CONSIGNMENT^,
1A Sacks just recolve l and for sale.
YONGE ft FRIERSON,
jel'J 04 Bay stroet.
O YKUP AND MOLASSE8.—60 bbls New Orleans
Syrup; fill do Mola^sos; in storo and for salo by
Juno 17 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
•AXE OF LOTS AT SUMTER CITY
T UB Georgia und Florida Railroad Company have
twmbllsucd their llrst dopot at the tenth mile
south or Amerlcus, to which point Ihe Company
have mado preparations to open their Railroad from
AmorleiiK In tbo month of October next; the owners
of the land around said depot, having obtained the
sanction of the Railroad Company, will offer for
sale, on Wednesday, tho .second day of July next,
to the highest bidder, Ul’ty eligible busiuess and ros-
deace Lots, convenient to tho depot, which has re
ceived the mime of “Sumter City.”
This uepot is on tbo summit of the ridge butwcon
Muckulco and Muckalooohee Creeks U is two liuu-
■dred and l'orty-threo feet above tuo bod of Fllut
River ut Albany, aud is tho highest point ou the
linn of Road; It Is couvonicnt to tho largo trade
which will go ovor the Road from the South, being
near tho junction of the two principal highways
leading from tho Southorn part of Georgia to Am-
Tbo point selected tor “ Sumter City ” has been
proven to bo one of tho healthiest locutions in
Georgia. Tho water is pure—free from llmo, aud
of tho best quality.
A Steam Mill will be erected at tho place by next
Ample Church and School or Academy Lots will
lie rosorvod and given to the various denomina
tions, should thoy desire them for building and oc
AU persona doing business at “Sumter City” will
h • vo equal privilege# on the Road, as it may bo ex-
toudod Me* 10 laclhute Uielr hnfclne., .u
«U4 nt tlio Soutli-WMlorn Hotel at Albany '
•bte tetTJ«l, , ^ r l ^' n 0 “ x C ^ h ‘ U '™ l, ' °" a b “ la "“ W
Juu ° ^•‘ig 1, ” R -
ST. JUUANIBlSfil HAV^NnS|"ga:
T-,r, m .(Hoar Hie Market.)
P “V, . r® mint complete facilities In bin own
wtbZiSftTSl: «<rui««gb hXrc“ n K!S
lM'mX. a rP?.nSgi^
(IHIbT ANir IS*. TOBTABlf
WwAmhy Jltov p.nrvn J? ,MS. OAST AND
Doors, fiimttofg ftc., at A r ow *11® fron
pfuparod to repair Maoblnor tumprtcei. He Is also
description,atshorlnotJST /‘ ronwor . k ,
As ugent for BAIRD'A ' j, upon roanonablo terms.
WOWS, lm £ aWon- PHILADELPHIA MARBLE
ty of designs for ilGN® arod to exhibit a 6r**Jtjmrlo-
Also Iron Railing In JMKNTS, TOMB STONES, Ac.
*'"t to receive ordr groat vorloty. for enclosures,
r ‘»?r ™%a I ,u.» r i.work K .a.
B itEuTlI rtl 11.1866. ___!ESL_
Wkw aTOHB » LBMOH BtBUP-
J®,®' a Bu«ar, soda, and Butter BulMUlt,
J6' jjoa Jo .to
j gross Matches, round boxes. . ^
^ .6 b.*« Bem»u
Jell No.. 406* SOT »7 »«•«*•
S UGAR—lu hhds choico New Orleans Sugar; 2U
ilo Porto Rico do; 20 do fair Muscovado do; In
storo aud tor salo by
June 17 SURANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
K KCEIved per steamer Knoxville—Pickled and
smoked Tougues; Fultm Market Bcof, aud Pig
f ont, Pig Hams and llg Bacon.
Oranges, Lemons, Apples, aud Whito Beans.
Also, a fresh supply of Foxo’s celebrated Crack
ers. For salo low by
nno 7 J. A. BROWN.
HURRAH l—HURRAH 11
J UST ARRIVED, per schoonor A. Doveroaux, in
tour days from Havana, a- frosli lot of choice
Fruit, tor the Savamiali Fruit Emporium, consist-
lug of—400 bunches Bananas, 100 dozen Pino Ap
ples; 6000 Plantains, 3000 Swoot Oranges, Tom
atoes, und one bosket Greon Ginger. For salo by
14 j. a. BROWN.
DURE WATER—If you want the finest drink-
-6* mg water in tho world call and purchase ono of
KtulzIe'A Patent Water Filters,
tho article mentioned In Water Commissioners’last
Report, which we warrant to purify tho Savannah
River Water perfectly—an Indispensable urtlclo for
plantation uso. KENNEDY ft BEACH,
Jan24 only Agouts tor their salo in Savannah.
_ Building corner Bay andDrayton-sta.,
I suitable tor mercantile purposes and stor-
I age. For particulars enquire at
l June 13 Tins OFFICE,
VANTKD TO RRfifT
commodious, airy and pleasant Home
_ doslrablo part of the city, tor which a
llboral price will bo paid. Enquire at the
olllco ofthe Goorglau and Journal.
UNTIL the 1st November next, a com<
I modious aud airy residence, on the north
I sldo ofthe Central Railroad Depot, known
kaa Hovers Place. The house is newly fur-
om basement to attic, which can be bought
raayfi YOUNG ft WYATT.
IN THE THREE-STORY BRICK HOUSE
adjoining the olllco or tho subscriber. The
basement would make, with somo slight
..improvement, on excellent lawyer’a-ofilce.
o first and second floors will bo lot for Counting-
Rooms, and the third tor sleeping apartments. Con
nected with the establishment .Is an out-building of
brick, suitable for servants. Apply to
C. A. L. LAMAR,
septa Corner Drayton and Bryan streets.
A PLANTATION lu Wayno Ooun
ty, on the Buffato Swamp, containing^
1000 ncrcs; about 260 acres oloarod ant
.ordor for cultivation. Outhe premlsoals
a plum, comfortablo dwelling, with all necessary
barus aud out houses. Possession given in Decem
ber next, and wltb thoplaco will be sold, if desired,
the provision crop of present year.
Also uu Improved lot (2,*4 ucros) in the vlllago of
Wftynosvlllo, aud 20 acres adjoining. Waynosvtlle
Is unsurpassed for health, and the Brunswick rail
road ruaulug through It, renders It cosy of access.
Jell lmo _ HENRY R. FORT.
MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR
Thoso Springs will be open for the recep
tion of visitors on tho first day of Juno.
They are situated in Montgomery Coun-
ty, Virginia, uuo aud a half miles from tho vlrglula
aud Totiuessoo Railroad, from which there 1b
brunch Railroad to the Springs
Passengers louvlug Richmond or Petersburg after
breakfast reaoh tho Springs by 5 o’clock, P. M., the
samo day, all the way by Railroad.
Tho accommodations havo been very much ex
tended slnoo last season. Tho rooms aro large uud
comfortablo, and capable of accommodating 1,000
Tho Lynchburg and Abingdon Telegraph Compa
ny aro uow buildlug a branch of their Hue to the
Springs, which will bo operation early in June.
A vory largo Bath House has b»en built siuco last
RO. H. MOSBY, President,
Juno21—lm Montgomery W. 8. S. Comp’y.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FORSALE.
Tho two-story brick store on-Cougress
street, now occupied by Messrs. Einstein ft
Eckmnn. This Is ono of tho best stands in
the city for auy kind of busiuess. Terms
1 be made accommodating. For particulars in
quire at 142 Broughton streot, above tho storo of T.
L. McKeuua. tfroayH
H . Tho Dwelling lately occupied by Judge
Fleming, in Taylor streot, near Drayton.
Said Houso is three stories on a basomont,
iwith good servants' rooms, and outhouses,
uu given 1 mmediately. Apply to
fob 28 p. L. COHEN.
Possession glveu immediately — Threo
I story brick houso, new aud In good order,
I on Macon stroct, uoxt east residence to Mrs.
Ii Jowett. pply at this olllco.
t ti may27
ATLANTA i i i i GEORGIA.
*T« J• IIESLER, Proprietor.
Eate ofthe Verandah Hotel, JVew Orleans,
Passengers per Evening Trains will find
Suppor ready on the arrival ofthe Cars,
iAc mmkku ^p 8 J«tof. LA -
BOARD PRR DAV $ 1 60
BOARD rKIi WKKK 0 00
BOARD PER MONTH 20 00
,tnayl3 iy r
CORNER MEETING AND
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
THIS Houso is now i
wants ofthe Travelling Public, and the ef
forts of the Proprietor will be to deserve
mar 31 THOMAS S. NICKERSON.
Instead of going North come to tho Stone
Mountalu House, and spend your summer,
as everything will bo done for your com-
ifort. Conveyances will ho furnished to
convoy passengers to LawrencovlUo, Gainesville
AST Passengers by tho Goorgla Railroad tako sup
per at this house.
ALEXANDER ft CLARK.
F. 8. Alexander, formerly of LawrencovlUo.
J A. Clark, Social Clrolo,2m—Jo 2
INDIAN SPRING HOTEL.
Tho Undersigned has again tho pleasure
or informing hl3 numerous friends, os
well as tho public at large, that ho is
yet at the Indian Spring Hotel, and Is tolly
prepared, with tho assistance of bis sous and his
own experience of six years at tho hotel, with the
best cooks that can bo procured, as well as assis
tance of nil kinds, to ask of all thoso who visit the
Spring u generous ahuro of tholr patronage, Intend-
iug to spare uo pains of himself to tuako all such as
please to givo him a call comfortable. The Indian
Spring Hotel Is now opou, aud ready to rocolvo all
those that will please to call. There will bo at For-
sytho Depot coaches and hacks ready to convey all
such as wish to go over.
raay23-3taw tsepl Proprietor.
V> Savannah Republican, Morning News, and
<'burle>-tou Courier will please Insert the above three
times each week uuttl 1st September, and aend their
hills tor paymoot, EDW, VARNER.
ST. MARYS’ HOTEL.
The ubovo named House Is now open for
tho receptiou of Boarders and Travellers,
and tho undorsigned promises to sparo
neither pulus or oxponse to make his pa-
trolls eomfcrtublo. Ills table will always be sup
plied with the choicost that tbo market and tho sur
rounding country alfords—Fresh Fish, Oysters, Ven-
Uim, Wild Game, ftc. The House Is large and airy,
aud within a low yards of the landing, ou tho hcuu-
tiful river St. Marys, und is a desirable place for In
valids mid others ns a summer resort. Tho stage
leaves the Houso throe times a wook for Woodstock
Mills, Coutrovlllugo, and Trader’s Hill, and tho Su-
vutmaL boats touch going und coming, so that per
sons will not bo lucouvouleuced, but can leave when
they desire. Prices will ho raudo to correspond with
first class country hotels.
THOMAS B. JONES
St. Marys, May 27, I860.3m my27
to to.4 jrnhStote;
YoxoMtt uuttkov Apply .t Oslo.
, or J F O’Btm.’j oSco.
BUtM JEFFERSON ROBERTS.
WJ.A w/tlTED—A VeaoUo lo«il wltb mmoor
■■tbr » Northern port. Apply nt Union Steem
EwNui.oru JFO’Hrrn.'oofflw. „
mnrSl JEFFERSON ROBERTS.
FOK FBKIOHT OR OHARTER—Tho Brig
jMHS WUIEA SEARS. .Apply
carrying capacity, to load
lumber for Malanias. Apply to . _
may20 PADELFORD, FAY ft 00._
VE83EIH WANTED.—A vessel to load wltu
timber, tor Boston. Also a vessel to load
with aawed lumber, for Ihe same place.
Apply to JEFFERSON ROBERTS,
at Union Steam Saw Mill,
•prlB or J. F. O’BYRNE'S Office.
WANTED.—A froigtlt or chatter for Ha-
vana for Brig R. M. CHARLESTON.
Applpto JEFFERSON ROBERTS,
at Union Steam Saw Mill,
aprl9 or J. F. O’BYRNE’S Offico.
FOR pflil/ADF.LHHIA—Heron’s Link.'
Tbo schooner MARY ft LOUISA, Cuptoiu
luun, wiU have dispatch for tho above port.—
For freight apply to
mayl9 0. A. GREINER.
Fo5^LIVKRPOOL.-Tho A 1 Atncrioau
ship FALCON, Patton muster, huving a
K largo portion of freight eugagod, will meet
with dispatch us above, for bulonco of cargo, apply
BRIGHAM, KELLY ft CO.
FOR LIVERPOOL.— 1 Tne A 1 ship JAMES
RAY will havo disputch for the above port.
For freight apply to
Jo8 HUNTER ft QAMMELL.
CABIN PASSAGE TO NEW YORK
(ly United States Mall Line
r AND SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL
•T1HE NEW j_
TiNOXVILLK., 1,600 tons..Capt. C. D. Ludlow.
AUGUSTA .... 1,600 “ ,. Capt. Thomas Lyon.
FLORIDA 1,800 “ .. Capt. M. 8. Woodhull.
ALABAMA.... 1,300 « ,.Capt. G. R.Schenck.
Wiu. LKAVK SAVANNAH 8VXRT
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Theso ships aro among the largest on the coast,
unsurpassoa In spood, safety and comfort, making
tholr passages in fifty to sixty hours, and aro com
manded by skillful, careful and polite officers.—
Having elegant stato-room accommodations, they
offer a most doslrablo conveyance to New York.
Cabin Passage to Now York $26
Sloerago Passage to Now York 8
PADELFORD. FAY ft 00.. Savannah.
8AM’L L, MTTCIULL, 13 Broadway,
FLORIDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
—U, 8. Mall Line—From Now Or
leans to Key West.—Steamships
FLORIDA and VANDERBILT.-Thoso
Quo steamers will lu toture make tholr regular
soml-munthly trips, leaving os follows;
New Orleans, 10th ft 24th Key West, .. 10th ft 24tb
Ponsacola.... 11th ft 26th
Apalachicola. 12th ft 28th
St Marks.... 18th ft 27th
Cedar Keys.. 14th ft 28th
Tampa Bay.. 16thft 29th
Tampa 11th ft 2fitb
Cedar KoyB.12th ft 28th
St. Marks...14tU ft28th
Apalachicola, 16th ft 29th
Pensacola... 10 th ft 80tb
„ _ Arrive at
Koy West....,17th&i st i Now Orleans, 17thk 1st
Agents in New Orleans,
doc26 0m E. G. ROGERS, ft CO.,
72 Poycirasa street.
FjOJ* JOHNSON'S 1.AM1MNQ,
„ AND INTERMEDUTE PLACES,
To leave on Tuetday Night, the lith instant.
- _ », The light droTt-ateamor, WILLIAM
JSriBBMKLEBBY, Captain A. C. king, will
leave regularly as above, from the Charleston
Stoampackct Wharf. Apply to
fob II 8. M. LAFFITEAU, Agent.
U« 8« Moll Line
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
Via Darien, Brunswick, St. Mans, Ga., Fcrnandi-
na and Jacksonville, Picolata and Black Creek, Fla.
Jfc THE Bteamer WELAKA, Capt. N
,Ja3HL King, will leave tor the above places
every Tuesday Morning, at 10 o’clk.
This boat has large uud airy Stato Room accom
modations, and taking Ihe Inland Passage, offers
every Inducement to Invalids and others.
Freight will be taken for Trader’s Hill and Inter
mediate landings ou St. Mary’s River.
No freight will be taken aftor 9 o’clock.
For froight or passago apply on board at the
Florida Steam packet wharf, or to
apr2l CLAQHORN ft CUNNINGHAM.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
Fbr Palatka, East Fla., via Darien, Brunswick, St.
Mans, Fcmandina, Jacksonville, MiidleUura,
(Black Creek,) and Picolaia.
•**t—* ^ The new and elegant steampacket
JbEmHEST- JOHNS, Capt. James Freeborn,
leaves every Saturday morning, at 10 o’clock, for
the abovo places.
Freight will be taken for Trador’s Hill and inter-
medlule landings on St Mary’s Rlvor.
39* No froight will bu taken after 9 o’clock.
For freight or passugo, having excellent state*
room accommodations, apply on board, at tho Flori
da Steampacket Wharf, near the Gas Works, or to
»pr21 GLAGHORN ft CUNNINGHAM, Ag’to.
FOR CHARLESTON ANDX^LORIDA
Tho fine stoampacketCAROLINA,
__£BBBttS c,, Ptoto Coxetter, will leavo hero
lor Jaoohonvim^ Plcolata and Palatka, overy Tues-
day afternoon at 6 o’clock; returning, will leave for
Charleston, every Friday morning at 9 o’clock.
For freight or passage apply on board, at Willink’B
wharf, or to M. A. COHEN, Agent.
Juue 14th. 1850—ly
AST" Freights payable on the ^harf.
INDIAN SfKINUS, UKOKOIA.
BRYAN W. COLLIER
Respect fully uuuounccs that tho above
Houso will ho opened for the reccptlou ut'
guests, on tho ‘20th instant. Ho has been
fortnuate In scouring tho eur vices of Mr.
lames Griffin, woll known to the public as tho
kcopor of the Ninety Milo Houso ou the Control
Railroad, to assist in tho superintendence of tho
McIntosh Houso during the season. A hand of mu
sic has also been secured. Stages will be in readi
ness at Forsyth, ou the arrival of trutoH, to convey
passengers with comfort and dispatch to tho house.
No pains will bu spared to make guests as comfort
able as pos.siblo, and a moro than usually brilliant
is confidently anticipated. UA—June 6
D ICKEN’S HOUSKHOLlMVORUd, lor Juno, ro‘-
ccivcd and for salo by
WAHNOCK ft DAVIS,
June 4 16 Cougress streot.
UTTER AND CHEESE—25 tulw and I
choice now Goslion Buttor; 26 boxes Clieuan-1
received per etcamurund for sale bv
June 24 ^ ’
>,uuaaiUN| JOHNSTON ft CO.
Choice Goshen Buttor and Dutch
Choose, received per steamer Alabama by
may28 J- D. .1E8SE.
L ard and herrings-- ,
20 bbls Prime White Leal lard;
60 boxos Primo Herrings.
Landing and tor salo by r
may 15 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
D RESS TRIMMINGS.—Fringes^ black and
colured MuiroAuUqueGauzo, and other styles,
In great variety, aud tor salo by
mar 7 AIK1N ft BURNS^
C OTTON UMBRELLAS—A largosupjily or whool-
top whalebone fromo Gingham Umbrellas, all
received and for sale by
June 0 _ LADSON ft ROGERS,
S UQARS--10 hhds choice Porto Rico fc-ugars; 16
do Fair do; 16 do Fair and 10 do Choico No •
Urlcan* Sugar; Just rocoived and tor nulo by
Junc24 SnilANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
1000 Roams Wrapping paper.
100 bales Twine;
200 doz Scrubbing and Shoe
60 M Imported Spanish Sogars;
260 boxes Tobacco, various brands;
160 sucks Rio Collec;
76 mats Java Coffoo;
loo doz Brooma;
60 doz Washboards;
««. umawot mmuy Soap,
160 do Palo Soap;
76 do No. 1 Soap;
600 Gross . a tofio »^ hvequ Tea;
50 lwir chests Yoim b ... •
60 do do Oolong do:
100 boxes Cundy;
fit) boxos 8calod Herrings;
75 boxes Fresh Ground Coffee;
100 boxes imported Castile Soap;
100 boxes Toilet Soap;
60 >at ai)d whole boxes Ralalua;
Received and tor salo bv
JioMAHON ft DOYLE,
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
mHE buoys at St. Simons Julot aud Bound have
J. been arranged In the following raannor :
Outer Bar Bu »y is a largo first class uuu, painted
red, with tho No 2 in white—is placed 1b twenty
l'oet water at low tide, and must be left on the star-
hoard hand eutcriug. St Simons Light bears N W
by W W. North point of Jckyl W by N N.
Middle Buoy—la a large secoud clasa nun, paint
ed black, with No 1 iu while—Is placed lu sixteen
foot water at low tide, oif*iho Eastern edgo of the
Middle Ground, uud must bo left on the port huud
outoring. St SlmouB Light bears N W by W hi W.
North j>oint of Jekyl W by N.
Iuncr Buoy—is a second class nun,paiuted black,
with the No 3 in white—is placed in twonty-one
leot water at low Udo, on the pelut ot frhoal ruuuiug
off from Jekyl Island, and must be left ou tbo i#ort
hand entering. St BUuoub Light bears N E by N H
”. North point Jekyl W by s ^ 8.
In tho Sound Is the Lower Mlddlo Ground Buoy—
which is a second class nun, painted with red and
black horizontal stripes—Is placed In twelve feet
water at low tide, on the lower polut of tho Mlddlo
Ground, to mark tbo two channels. 8t Simous
Light bears N E by E. North point of Jekyl Island
S E by 8 K 8.
Mlddlo Middle Ground Buoy—Is a second class
nun, painted red, with No 4 lu white—is placed lu
eighteou feet water at low tide, near tho elbow of
the Mlddlo Ground, aud must to left on tbe star
board baud entering. North point of Jekyl barB N
E I* E. Brunswick point W by 8.
Upper Middle Ground Buoy—is a second class
nun, painted red, with tho No 0 In white—is placed
iu 18 feet water at low tide, near tho upper cud of
tho Middle Grouud. aud must be left on tbe star
board baud oiitoriog. Brunswick point bears Vf
X 8, Mouth of Joky 1 Crock 8 E.
Note.—lu running in Jor St Simons Bar bring the
Light to boar N W by W K W, while iutour fathoms
water. This bcarlug os acourso will take you up
to the Outer Bar Buoy aud Into tho Sound, passing
the buoys os directed.
By order of the Light House Board.
C. MANIGAULT MORRI8,
Je28—tf L. 11. Inspector, 0th District.
THE GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE
A. corner or Drayton and Brysn streets.
Aooroved Risks will be taken on liberal terms,
and tne usual credit given on Premium Kotea. Three
quarters ortho business will be returned to tbo cua-
Southern Mutual liuurancc Company,
Southern MutualTOfie Ins. Company*
u ul 7* Insttwooe ^ttUpany* of N. York,
Flre*Et®t*rl»M> Ina. Com’y,
sprlngis. . ~w»fe.unuce Comwinioe uuderta-
Risks In tho ab., AlfiVB Aaanta.
ken by WM.^® eeL
Savannah, 14th l>ecoml>er t Ibbu. —
EIRE, MARINE AND’LU.* wn
NO. 11.1, NAY-STREET.
Nearly four million Dollar*.
By the following resiwnsibie Stock Companies.
Charter Oak Life Insurance Company,
OP HARTFORD, Of.
Equitable Fire Insurance Company,
Farmers* and Mechanics* Fire, Marine
and Lift Insurance Company,
Bridgeport Fire and Marine Insurance
OP BRIDGEPORT, OT.
89*Tne subscriber will effect Insurance to any
amount In all parts ofthe State oa every description
Life Insurance, to any amount, at the lowest rate,
for the benefit ot heirs and creditors, or payable to
tbe wife trep from the elalms of creditors,
Martue Insurance on Hulls or Cargoes to all parti
ofthe world. Jan26 A. WILBUR,
COMPANY, NEWARK, N. J.
Nett accumulation, Jan. 1, I860* $2,280,006 47
Total amount of dlvldondB paid to date 715,492 00
TPtal amount of claims by doathpaid
to dato 1,336,990 84
BY BELL ft PRENTISS.
Ijjjjgjjjjjjjj to rniLBjucK a max.)
TO MOBROW, at 11 o’clock, in front of store will be
The usual assortment of Grocorlea, Provisions,
Liquors, Crockery and Glass Ware, Dry Goods, now
and second hand Furniture, Clothing, Fancy Articles,
Watches, Jewelry, fco., &o. Terms, cash before bo-
49" AU artloles purchased at auction and not set-
tledror provlouBto tho next regular sale, will be
sold on account and risk or former purchaser.
$4 282 488 97
Benjamin C. Miller, Secrotary, Joseph I.! Lord,
General Agent, Robert L. Patterson. President.
*The funds of this Company are all safely invested
in first class bonds and mortgages, stocks, cash, and
notes of mombors fully scoured by tholr poUoles.
For further particulars inquire of
CHARLES A. FARLEY,
Agent in Savannah,
At tbo office of Bell ft Prontlsi.
J, 8. SULLIVAN, Medical Examiner.
Messrs. PanxiroBD, Fay ft Co.,
I. K. Tut, Esq., Stato Bank.
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE.
NO. 28, MEBCHANT’8 EXCHANGE,
AGENT FOR BAVANNAH,
James 91. Carter,
AT THE OFFICE OF
MESSRS. YOUNG, WYATT <6 00.,
No. 85, Bay Street, below the Post Office.
S. A. ROLLO Firm of A. S. Barnes ft Co.
ALONZO CHILD, “ “ Childs, Pratt ft Co.
I. P. BALLARD, “ 11 Livingston, Ballard ft Co.
WM. M. DODGE, »* Wm. M. Dodge ft Co.
h. a. cum,
WM. E. ROLLO,
8. T. L1PPINCOTT,
WM. A. HUSTED,
WM. H. RIVERSMITH,
W. H. LYON, «
GEO. CHAPMAN, “
JOS. H. WESTOQTT,
J. A. REQUA.
ALANSON MARSH, President.
CHAS. W. OGDEN, Vic# Preslpent.
WM. E. ROLLO, Secretary.
49* This Company will Issue PoUcloa upon Ma
rino, Inland Navigation, Transportation and Fire
Risks, at liberal rates or premium.
Iioeses prompUy and liberally adjusted.
JAMES M. CARTER, Agent,
oct81 No. 86 ( Bay Street.
• H. A. Curtis ft Co.
“ Husted ft Carll.
4 W. H. Lyon ft Co.
“ Loe, Murphy ft Co.
“ Briggs, Westcott ft Co.
M Fatman ft Co.
Geo. Bavory ft Co.
THE GREAT WESTERN FIRE AND
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of No. 107 Walnut street, Philadelphia, Penn.
CHARTER PERPETUAL. CAPITAL $500,000.
FTRB, MARINE, A.ND INLA.ND IXBDRAXCX.
Charles C. Latbrop, 682 Spruce streot;
Alexander Whildon, Merchant, 14 North Front-st.;
Johu 0. Hunter, firm of Wright. Hunter ft Co.;
E. Tracy, firm of Tracy ft Baker;
John K. M’Curdy, firm or Jones, White ft M’Curdy;
Isaac Hazlehurat, Attorney aud Counsellor;
James B. smith, firm of James B. Smith ft Oo,;
Theodore W. Baker, firm of Tracy ft Baker;
R. 8. Walton, 800 Market street;
Thomas K. Limerick, 534 Spruce street;
John J. Baker, Goldsmith's HaU.
CHARLES C. LATHROP, President,
Tuoa. K. List brick, Secretary.
JAMES M. CARTER, Agent,
June 16 No. 86 Bay street.
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMP’Y,
No. 11 Pine street, Nfia York,
(BETWEEN BUOADWAY AND NASSAU STREET.)
T HIS tkrapauy insures against loss or damage by
Fire, ou the most reasonable terms, dwelling
houses and furniture, warehouses, stores and mer
chandize, factories, ships iu port, etc.
AU losses will be adjusted and promptly paid.
D. S. MILLS. President,
C. BROOM, vice President.
Edw’d C. Taylor, Secretary,
Gko. B. Drank, Surveyor
JAMES M. CARTER, Agent,
Juue 17 for savannah, 86 Bay streot.
WM. J. HUNT,
tor. ])l oiitKoinerv Jk York sis.
[_> E8PECTFULLY Informs the Ladles and
AU Gentlemen or this City that ho is prepared lu
serve them every evening wltb
Ice Cream, Cakes & Confectionery.
In his own peculiar style, and hopes to merlin sbart
of public patronago,
Savannah, 17th April, I860. 8m aprl7
TO HOUSEKEEPERS. ~
1 \ANIEL CRONIN Upholster, 26 Bryan-at,
J would rosuoctfuily auuouuco to tho uitlzous oi
vaunah that no is ready to muko und put dowi
Carpets. OU Cloth, Mattiug, &c., at tho shortest no
Ice, and on the most reasonable terms. ooUMf
T HE SUBSCRIBER la prepared to execute
at the shortest notice, aud In the most work
manlike raunuor, all kinds or Metal Roofing, Gutters,
Cornlco, or other work couuuctcd with tho mauulac-
luring or repairing of Copper, Galvanized Iron, Zinc,
urShoeifrouBusmoss. H0KAC £ HQRHK,
ootia 160 Broughton at]
P ’ IUNTKD BAREGES, Flounced Hobos, &u.; Print-
od Organdies, Jaconets, Ijiwiih, and other
F HKNGli, KliRlMli AinorttMiuCrtlooa, Nuodlo-
workod Oollars >U(1 bleovo«, Linen Slieetlnge
mul Billow-calm Cottens, Udlna- Lisle Tlirc.il Iteso,
Sli™ cLSes, Childrens' (tense, Merino Vests,
ite“ $!+"'"* "'“ff
100 barrols New Orloana Molasses;
000 colls and half colls 44 Louisiana Manurao-
twins Company” Rope. Landing por brig Dtulaa
Sears from K* orfoana- and tor sale by
” nope. uauuiM* mavm
0, &M^joiml5>N*oo <
205 and 208 Buy streot.
LAND AGENCY—llriinewlck, On.
EDWIN M. MOORE
O FFERS bia Borvicoa to the public in the pur
chase ami salo of lands In the counrles of
Glynn, Wayne, Gamdon, Charlton, Appling, Wwo,
Co® Ollhcb Lowndes and Thomas. Particular
attonuon glveu to locatlug. purchasing and aelUug ol
town lota in tbo town of Bauuswlok.
Dr B Oolllns, Macons Dr B M Onrglle, Brunswick-
Thomas H Uardon, S»»»nnnh| Hon Jnmos L 8ew|
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
T HE buoys at St. Audrew’u Iulot aud Sound havo
beou arrauged in tho following monuer:
Bar Buoy—isaBocond clues can, painted red, with
tho No 2 lu white—is placed In sixteen water at low
tido, and must be loft on the starboard bund enter
ing. Little Cumberland Light bears W by W N,
8outh point of Jekyl N W by W.
Middle Buoy—Isa socoud class can, painted red,
with the No 4 in whito—is placed In nluoteon feet
water at low tide, near tho High North Breakers,
and must bo left on tho starboard hand onterlug.
Cumlaml Light bears W by N tf N. South po'^v /.r
Jekyl N W tf W. *
te“°r Buoy_l« n secoml olnss oni> painted black,
whh Nolln whlto-ls place.i (n 'ttonly-enoreel
water at low tide, noar a Ury shoal runniug olffrom
Cumborlaud Island, ouj must bo loft on tho port
hand entering Cumberland Light bears S YT by W
tf W. South point of Jekyl N W tf W.
In tho Sound is tho Middle Ground Buoy—second
class can, palntod «ltu Ved and black horizontal
rtr.wus—placed in ton feet water at low tldo, on a
polut of shoal runniug down from tho Satllla River,
aud uearly in the middle of tho Bound. Vessels
must not pass to tlio westward or It. Cumberland
Light bears S by E tf E. Iuncr point of Jekyl N
W X W.
Buoy at tho entrance ofSatlllu Rlvor—Is a second
dims cau, painted black, with No 3 In white—is
placed In ten feet wator at low Udo, and must bo
left on tho port hand entorlm?. Cumberland light
hears 8 by E. Outer polut of Jekyl boars N K.
Note.—In running in for 8t. Audrow’s Bar bring
tho Light to bear W by N tf X, while lu tour fath
oms wator. This bearing ns a course will take you
up to tbe Bar Buoy, then haul off to tho northward
until tho Mlddlo Buoy, No 4, Is in rango with tho
Light, (to avoid two hmiw iu a direct lino, W by N
tf N, betyreon tho two buoys,) wbon atoor tor it—
passing It to tho southward. From this buoy a N
W by W tf W oourso will bring you into tho Sound.
By ordor of the Light Houso Board.
0. MANIGAULT MORRIS,
Jo28—tf L. H. Inspector, 6th District.
BBLS of Mercer and early June Potatoes
i C E C RE AMI
NEW CONFECTIONARY STORE
No. OS Uryuit Street.
TWO DOORS A DOVE MR. GRIM-XY’S JBWJO-HY BTOKX.
r pHE undersigned respectfully Informs the La-
A dies ofSavaunab iu particular, and the public
guuorally, that he has this day opened a new Confec-
tlanary Store, and will keep on hand a large and
rush oHsortmont, of all kinds and discretions.
He will a( all times and hours, ho ready toftirulsh
.inrties, with suppers.
toffee, Tea and Chocolates at all hours.
Ornamuntod Cakes, Pies, fto. &o., made to order.
Ho hopos from long experience to givo satisfaction
to all who wiU honor him with their patronage.
H. B BOZZOLA, No. 98 BryanS
"SILVER WARE, CUTLERY,
W K have Just rccolvod a new Block or BUvor
Spoons, Butter Knives, Salt Cellars, Fish.
Flo, Cake and Ice Cream Knives; also, Stool and
Plated on Steel Table Cutlerv, Carvers, Ice Pitcbors,
Broad Knives, Plated and Parien Butter Stands, bo-
sldos a quantity of uselhl articles too numerous to
inontlon. D. B. NICHOLS ft CO,
OKNKD BEEF, PIG PORK, ftO.
just rocoived 10 half twr®' 8 Fjjjj
corned Beef; 10 batrcU and hall J'arrejs Fig 1 «rk—
Hams, Sides and Shoulders; 10 barrola extra No l
M wkerol; 1 do No 2 Mackerel; 6 do Horrjnw. 2
drums Ood Fish, and 26 barrels Smoked Herrings,
taj.ter.kk4 for ..1. by p AVm0 , roNOTa
20 rocelevud per summer Augusla. and tor sale
by maylO J« D. JESSK.
F ulton market beef.—10 Half bbla
Fulton Market Bcof, and 10 do do Pork. Just
meySO J- !>•
examination w. ... „ ......
floods, wliloli tor variety aod atylo le not to bo ok
eelled lit tbla eky.
aprjg A1KIN k BURNS.
rr’sTOABKS Baoon, Hama, Side, utd Should
7&4«. , Jte t «..V.d S jd4»«teb ia>roi
N RICH DRESS GOODS AND MANTILLAS—bal
ance of rich flounced Organdies, Bareges, Crape
do Paris and Tissues, it coat to close them out; aiBo
rich Loco Mantillas, at roduced prices, for sale b.
Juno 4 DxWirr ft MORGAN J
S) A BMb. superior Old Monongehela Whiskey,
U Y7 rocoived, and for sate by
J. M. EYRE,
my 14 94 Bay Btroot.
On TUESDAY, July first, at 11 o’clock, In front ol
tho Court House, will bo sold:—
The southoru buff of Lot No 17 and Improvements,
altuated on East Boundary street: the Improvements
are six woodon teneraonti. Sole! as tho property of
the estate of Dauiel Robertson, deceased, for tbo
henofltof the heirs and creditors or said estate.—
cash. A. E. R0BEKT8ON,
'it "via Administratrix.
VEriB VQ/JLaSUs » .-n SEATS OTOEOKOU.]
(AUTHUBIZIID mr jn. LOTTERY,
FORT GAINES ACADx.
CLASS 16 In public, on
■ -- ■ - ■
BY BARKMAW & BULLOCH.
At Private Sale-
One or tho finest notel or boarding house ser
vant* In tbe State. Enquire at 164 Bay street.
At Private Hale.
A negro woman, 22 years or age, a good plain
cook and Hold hand, warranted sound. Title un
At Private Sale.
A negro man, aged 15 years, a first rate hostler
aud house servant. TUli; undoubted. Jel9
At Private Palo.
A vory likely lutelllgoiit mulatto girl, aged 19 -
years, a first rate cook, washer aid Ironer, and an
excellent seamstress. Warranted sound. Title un
At Private Bale.
A very likely mulatto man, aged 24 years, a first
rate carpenter. Warranted sound, litis undoubt-
At Private Ssle.
. A tery Ukelynegroman, aged'22 j
' Id hand. War—“ ^ —*
field hand. Warranted sound!^TUIe uSSoubted.
To be drawn lu the city of Atlauta,
THltRSliAY, Juue 20, 1850, o.
THE HAVANA PLAi> ’
SAMUEL SWAk ilOO,, Mnnngvi..
1'RlZliS AMOUNTING TO
$ 3 4,0 0 0!! Wlllu ^ rai
Will be distributed according to the following
10,000 NU2MISi£K£_g4D PRIZES!
1 prlzoof $10,009 is $10,000
6 prizes of..
10 4 ‘
26 44 ..
5,000 is U’OOU
OjOW) is 8.000
1,000 is i.ouu
1,000 is 1,000
600 uro 2,600
200 uro ; 2,000
4 prizes of $00 app’g to $10,000 prize, are
6,000 prizo, aro
3,000 prize, are
1,000 prize, aro
600 prize, are
200 prize, are
249 prizes amounting to $34,000
Tho two preceding aud tho two following numbers
to thoso drawing tbo first 20 prizes are entitled to
tho 80 approximation prizes, in tho usual nianuor.
Remember that every prize is drawn, and paya
ble in lull without deduction.
All prlzos of $1000, aud under, paid immediately
after the drawing—other prlzos at tbo usual timo of
49- All communications strictly confidential.
Tho drawn numbers will be forwarded to pur
chasers immediately after the drawiug.
Whole Tickets $5—Halves $2.60—Quarters $1.26.
Prize tickets cashed or renewed in other tickets
ut either olllco.
Ordera Cor tickets can be addressed either to
8. SWAN ft CO., Atlanta, Ga., or
8. 8WAN, Montgomery, Ala
[authorized by the statu or aiabama.J
CLASS E—NEW SERIES,
To bo drawn in tho City of Montgomery. Alabama.
In public, on THURSDAY, July 10, 1860, on the
8AMUElTs W AN^ Manage r.
wui be uthUibuitiU accoruing to tno following
MAGN1FK 'ENT SCHEME!
30,000 eft iua bur*—15,600 Price* I
1 prize of $u6,000 is $85,000
1 do do 10,000 is 10,000
1 do do 6,000 is 6,000
1 do do 2,000 1s -.... 2,000
1 do do 1,200 is 1,200
1 do do 2,100 is 1,100
1 Uo do 1,000 1s.. 1,000
1 do do 900 is 900
1 do do 800 is 800
1 do do 620 Is 620
10 do do 200 is 2,0uu
100 do do 100 is 10,000
4 prizes ol $200 approxim’g to $36,000 are $8uu
4 44 160 “ 10,000 are 000
4 44 100 “ 5,000 are 400
4 44 80 “ 2,000 aro 820
4 “ 70 “ 1,200 are 280
4 44 60 “ 1,100 are 200
4 44 40 “ 1,000 arc 160
4 44 80 900 are 120
4 44 28 “ 8UU are 112
4 4 4 2 2 4 4 0 20 are 88
40 “ 20 “ 200 are 800
40 0 44 1 0 44 1 00 are 4000
16,600 btf 127,600
16,000 prizes amounting to $206,2ui
Tbe 16,000 prices of of $8tf are determined by the
number which draws tbe $36,000 prize—if thui
number should be an odd uumher, tlwu overy odd
number ticket in tho Scheme will be untitled to $Stf;
if an even uumbor, thou every oven number tichci
will be entitled to $Stf iu uddition to any other prize
which muy be drawn.
Purchasers in buying an equal quantity of odd and
even uumbor tickets, will bu certain of druwiug
uearly ouo hull tho cost of tho samo, with ol-uucut
of ubuiimug other prizes.
49’ Remember tbut overy prize is drawn, and
payable iu full without ueductiou.
45» All prizes ut $1,000 uud under, paid immedi
ately aftor the drawing,—other prizes at the usual
time of thirty days.
All communications strictly confidential. The
druwu uumburo will bo forwarded to purchasers
immediately after the drawing.
Whole Tickets, $10—Halves, $6—Quarters, $2 60.
Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets
at either ofllce.
Orders fur Tickets can be addressed either to
8. 8WAN ft CO., Atlauta, Ga.,
jel Or S. 8WAS, Montgomery, Ala.
J^iuAibfcooi OIL, oi the host quality cuuotuutiy
for r'utu low by
CHAfc FER ft CO.,
0 Whitaker street.
At Private Sale.
1700 bushels Rice, an excellent articlestock
of all kinds. Call aud examine. Price 26 cents per
Central Railroad, Planters’ Bank, and Bonk of the
8tuto of Georgia, Stocks, tor which a liberal price
will bo pahL JunelO
1 To Rent.
>> H>d stores, under tho bluff, at tbe foot of
Two gv. ‘"eel. June 19
’’’anted to Purchase
'diuiu-sized house, in a central
A convenient ur '•» a tquure would he prefer*
location—one froutiug o. '•‘ul price would ho given,
red—fur such uu ouo u i.bc.
At PmCte &<te. <ko»t t>T Ml*.
Thirty digit)!. butt ling Luu, tie tent . . -ituu und
to 124 I. et deep, mutated on Taylor, Uo. ' '* A 04 *
Gaston streets. Those lots are ou high geoum.
some of them in the immediate neighborhood of n
lot selected for tho Bite of tho fc'avaunuh, Albuny
and Gulf Railroad Djgiot. Terms same us city loti, *
viz ; cue-fifth cash, tno balance bearing luterest at
six per cent. juui-19
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY t
I T is a sure and speedy core for barns, piles,
corns, felons, lever eoroa, ulcers, scald head,
tetter worm, eoro nipples, (recommended by nur-
sos,) sore and cracked lips, lresh wounds ana sores
of any description. It is a most valuable remedy
and cure, which can bo testified to by thousands
who have usetMt In many portions of the South for
the last few years. In no Instance will the salve do
any Iqjury, or interfere with a physician’s preset Ip-
tlon. The proprietor has numerous certificates and
letters from puople who have nsed it themselx es,
and most earnestly recommend It to others a* a
speedy and certain remudy for the above named
tilsuaues. A trial is ull that is necessary for Ua own
8old by J. B. MOORE, Savannah, Ga., and drug,
gists generally. V. J. MOORE, Proprietor,
mayia LaGrange, Ga.
SEGAR AND TOBACCO STORE.
No. 29, Bull afreet, (sign of the Big Indian.)
N. B—Keeps constantly on baud Spanish, Hail
Spanish, and American Segura, at wholesale and re*
ail. Also, Chewing Tobacco, gnuif, ftp. June 1
Insurance) Broker and Notary Public.
Marine Protests Noted and Extended, Average,
adjusted, Charter Parties and Average Bouda drawna
Papers prepared whereby to recover losaee from
American or British Underwriters, and attention
given to all matters connected with shipping and In-
suranco, No. 118 Bay-street opposite tho front ot
tho Custom House.ly nov8
SLA. &f m S UAH 0>«
Every man his own Card Printer.
pALL AND EXAMINE CHAMBEULAlN’S
Pateut Eclipse Hand Stamp, tho best, cheapest
aud most convenient of any thing for the purpose
yet offored tor sale.
ALFRED WEBSTER, Gen. Agt.
apr 3 ly 136 Congress 8L
HUNT'S IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES.
Ft E81GNED Expressly lor making Bags—aud
which is decidedly superior to any o'her
machine for that purpose. 8pool or skein thread
cun he used of any desired length, and which will
not need to be changed until the Whole Is used.
Bag monaufacturers, urain'and Flour merchants era
particularly invited to call and examino It at 186 Con
May26.ALFRED WEBSTER,Gen. Agt
HUNT & WEBSTER’S.
IMPROVED SHUTTLE HEWING MACHINE.
B ES1GNEU for Families, plantations, Dreas ua*
kers, Tailors, Boot ft blioo manufacturers and
ouiors who may wish to dotboir own sowing cheap
ly und witu-expuditlou. This machine tews a uni
form stitch with both sides alike, and which will no*,
ravel. It is more simple, is less liable to get out of
order, aud coats less iu proportion than any other
imichiuc, und U war run led to be pci feet, aud to work
well. All apparatus uuce.-r-ury tor convenient use Is
furnished with ft, aud any instruction wiU be given
that will bo uuuessury to eusure to the purchaser
iti succcsstui operation and durability.
The public are respectfully invited to call and ex-
utniuu them ut 186 Congress st.
A1 FRED WEBSTER. Gen. Agt.
49" A very nout and oruumemul Iron Tuble
whJ uow bo given with u rauunlue tor a small, sum
iu addition to the regular price,May 26.
MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS
JHOT 0,G3i I'RJZLb.-©$
00,000 Dollars— iOjOOO Number* Only 11
OKAAiTtejSiciu 1LA1IaN Hi
FUR A SMALL lNVhlMMHAYl
IMl’ROVEMENT ON •THE
IMPROVED HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY.
BY AUTUOK1TY OK TUK 8TA1K UK OKU HUM.
JASPE RTCOUNTY ACADEMY
Co be drawn July the I6th, I860, ut Concort Hall.
Macon, Ga., uuuer the .sworn superintendence ol
Col. Goo. M. Logan mul Jos. A. Nlsbot, Esq.
This Lottery is drawn on tho plan of tho Royal
Lottery of Havana of siuglo numbers; this baa onlj
10,000 numbors, aud tho Havana Luttory 84,000
uumbers—the Havana 249 prizes, this 6,031 prices.
Look to your iutervst i Now is the time.
1 Prizoof $ 7,600 is $ 7,600
A Consignee tor 10 tubs of Butter, marked J. F. ft
A. D., landed por steamship Knoxville from New
orit. t jo9) PADELFORD, FAY ft CO.
140 OOKQRKSJ AMD 57 81. JOUZk-smUCRB.
mHE Subacribor hfis received, and will open
■ this day, tbo largesVand mostoxtensivo variety
orA’lNDOW SHADES ov.qr offored in this city. It is
tho intention ortho advertiser to keep constantly in
storo a largo supply or all tbo various pattorns and
stylos manufactured by .the manufacturers or this
country and or Franco, to which tho attention of mor-
chants aud fantillos in tbe city and country, la in
vited. They will be sold at wholesale and retail, at
BtaUsl'ucLory prices, W H. GUION, Agont.
3,000 is 3,000
2,000 is 2,000
1,000 are 8,000
500 aro 2,600
100 aro 2,000
8 aro 40,000
5041 prizes amounting to $60,000
Tickets $10—Halves $5—Quarters $2.60.
i- Prizes payable without deduction.
r Persona Bonding money by mail need not
fear Its being lost. Orders punctually attended to.
Communications confidential. Bunk notes of sound
bunks takou at par. Drawings sent to all ordorlng
49- Those wishing particular numbers should
Tho 6,000 prlzos of $8, aro determined by the
drawing or the Capital of $7,500; If the number that
draws tho Capitol Is an oven uumbor, thoso Tickets
euuing 0, 2, 4. 6, 8, aro eutltlodto$8; if an odd
□umber those Tiokoti ending with 1,3, 6, 7, 9, are
entitled to $8.
Address JAMES F. WINTER, Monagor,
junoi7 Macon, Go.
GEO. A. McCLESKEY, Agent,
PRIME YELLOW CORN. -In storo and tor
JT sale by
“ay 7 _ YOUNG ftWYATT.
t>ACON aNd LXRD.—60 hulls, prime Bacon
XJ bides ; 80 bhds. primo Bacon Shoulders ; 20
buls. prune Baltimore I/Jaf Lard. landing, and
.or salo by SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
OUGARS.-50 barrels Stuarts A and B Clarified
0 Sugar; 60 do Craahed and Powdered do, Laud-
log and for sole by
may 16 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft 00,
K O. MOLASSES, landing from schooner
• Abbr Francis, and for sale by
dSO 27 LOCKER * SNKLUN08.
B ACON—76 hhds prime Bacou Sldos; 60 do do
Shoulders; 20 casks choico cauvassed Hams
ao do Ti uuossee do; Just received aud for salo
Juuo24 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
L IVERPOOL SALT.^OO’sacfca, ten to the
ion, lauding from ship Eli Whitney, aud tor
mtrW VADUORtl, l'AY k 00.
M AUAZ1NES FOR JUNE—Putnam’. Monthly;
Ballou’s Dollar Monthly; Graham’s Magazine;
Arumr’a Home Magazine; Godov’s lady’s Book:
Harper’s Now Monthly, aud Dickon’s Housche 1 - 1
Words, received and for salo by
’ WARNUCK k DAVIS,
Juno * IWCongremnttent.
P RIME KENTUCKY RAMS.—Noatly trim.
■nod and tor Kilo to ntoso conBlgninont.
mnyt7 YOl’NO k WYATT
AOOlNfl —too hntrajimvy flonny Ragging, rt)
JOHNSON h CO.
XJAGGING —too halo, tinovy (
^»t r , „dter«tebJ MiJ
HOWES COTTON HARVESTER*
PATENTED DEC., 4, 1856.
T HIS improvement tumbles one field bond w» pick
as much cottou a* five cau pick by ihe utd
method and having the cottou free from trasb, turn
in better condition for ginulug.
Tho above machine* arc for sulo at 136 Congress
atroot Savannah, amt 1**5 Mooting street, Uisrlw*
tun, 8, C. Ail orders Iruui ubroud will mx-ive
prompt a'tentiou. Planters, Facurs, CoituuBrukers,
uud all interested aro res|>ecUuiiy invited to call
and examine them. County Rights cau bo bought on
May, 26. ALFRED WEBSTER.
OKN.—10,000 bushels Teuuesseo Cum tu store
aud for sulo low by
j«2—tf YOUNG ft WYATT.
jMiiURANU BAtON.—6uu'racks Flour; iu,0u0
1 lbs Bacon, iu storo and for Mile by
Je2—tf YOUNG ft WYATT.
IJALTIMORE FLOUR—10U bbl. stpurliue UulU-
jLJinoro Flour landing per schr Woudbrulgo, and
for snio by
SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
EFLNED AM) CLARIFIED tCGARt—
Stuart’s A Cru*hed Sugar,
Just received aud tor sale by
Jol f CRANTUN. JOHNSTON ft CO.
ONoSoA11ELA' ti likMA t —.
26 bba O.d Muuuuguhuia Whisky,
60 “ iioublo Dwulled “
Just rocoived and fur sale hy
my23 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON ft CO.
iMJKLANl) LIME.—1,600 bbls Rockland Lime
t - ‘ ’
daily expected jier brlgE. W. AUuEH.
salo, to arrive, by
may 28 BRIGHAM, KELLY ft 00.
M ARSHALL ft SON’S Celebrated Pig Hama, Pig
Shoulders, und Pig Bacon. Also some uew
Smoked Tongues and Frosh Smoked Beef. Received
por Alabama, by
may28 J. D. JESSE.
"LANDLORD AND TBNANT;
T HE Law of Landlord and Tenant By J.
Smith, with Notes of American cases by P. P.
Bauvier’s Law Dictionary, last edition.
Bauvlor’s Institutes American Law.
Noligun’s Atlas of Cutanoous Diseases, with color
ed plates, 4to,
Brown on somo Diseases of Women admitting of
Fllut ou Diseases ofthe Respiratory Organs.
Budd on Diseases of the Stomach.
Sketches and Adventuros in Madeira, Portugal
Italian Sights and Principles. By Jarvis, with
Physiology and Calisthenics. By Catherine E.
Railway and Steamship Guido, with maps.
Ireland in ’98 and ’48; its Revolutionary History.
By J. Savage.
National System of Political Economy. From the
German, or List.
nprfo W. THORNE WILLIAMS.
H arper tor July.—Harper’s New Monthly
Magazine, tor July, rocoived and tor sale by
“ ’ WARNOCK & DAVIE,
JunelS tW Congress street.
F OR JULY—Graham’s Illustrated Monthly Mag
azine, and Ballou’s Dollar Monthly; Black
wood’s Edinburgh Magazine, lor May. Mso, Mas
sey's Exhibition Hocitor and Drawing Room Enter
tainments, bolug choico selections in prose and
vorse. together with an unique collection of pauto
comodlcs, dramas and farces, adapted for the oae
or schools and families. For salo by
JunelS WARNOCK ft DAVIS.
cfUGAR, &a—75 bbla” and 10 hhds A, U and C
O Sugars; 16 hhds Molasses; 26 do Bacon SM«
and Shoulders; received and for sale by
MCMAHON ft EOYLD,
lunel9 206 and 207 Bay ptreet
‘fS'UESS GOODS.—-A largo and tine assurtment«t
I } colored Drabs Silks, Bareges, Tissues, French
Cambrics, French'.Husllns, Brilliants and Prints, an
well os a large'iwsortment or Whito Goods, Striped
plaid aud Piaiu Swiss, organdies, Tarloton, Book,
Nansook, Cambric and Jaconot Muslin, for sale by
June 20 A1KIN ft BURNS,
C ANDLES—200 boxes Star Candies, Just received
aud for Bale by
i juno'20 HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON ft CO,