T—To aS •bora it mr
y for inters I*aiti«ry as adotoi*-
ecC WHBia Wf
1 «fcL „
_i nrujr UMT hare) ctor before ibe
r la Kercariwr next, ctkwiee mU Lrt-
_ », E*q., OnLrxry rev Chatham
day cf April US*.
* JOHN BILBO, ate
1BATHAM 8 UK BIFFS SALE—Will be
i lie tra TeeeOajr la Jim next, before
JSbom, between U* legal << «*le.
r tereire (ll) »w iWkto Word. t* tb*
Qtvef hrueak, steal** <» the center of Moct-
gMMry street a»d Butt* Row. together w dh ibe
ttreeetery brkkvveboete Rtoau4 (bereev; levieJ
ca xo mdstr a certata A fo. kwrua* «ot cf Chatham
* eriorOacit, ta fever of ioha Scoddvt v*. Clar-
• P. Haiti*. Properly potato oot in said ft. £*-
BENJAMIN L. COLE.
fXHATHAtf OOC.VTT.-Tb all whom tt may
\J cere: Whereas, Bteabeth Bttero. will apply
. m tke fcteUefJeme* CLEm*
IWm are, iberttorr. to cite ae1 adme _
•boa It may c«»ce«». to be atl appear before said
Cbevt lo arete ot&eeck* (If aay ibey bare; oe or be»
lore tbe ins Mcelay fa December next, otherwise
satt letter* will be craBWA
WttDOM, Jofca Buto, Lm. Ordinary fcrOmhm
cocaty, this fourth day of June 1SS-L
J x* 6 JOHN BILBO, a t t
P CEsCAST to an ort.t c< tbe Honorable the
Coart of Ordinary U Ohuitiw Chanty. pasted
Jane term, 1556. will be *oU, co tbe first Twaday
la Ategret oext, before tbe Own Hocae door la aa»4
cotaiy of Chatham, between Ibe legal boon of rale,
tbe (wUoeiaf property, to wit.: Uju Sat. three (4)
and tear (4) .being port cf Garden k* No. nine (I),
Spring Hdi, City of daraacah. frcAtirg on Kailruad
street; also tbe foUowteg negro flares: Jar*, Peter,
Alexander and Sarah. Sold as tbe property of tbe
estate of Sam eHUnSn. latecfaaM coaaty. deceased,
for tbe benefit of tbe heirs aad creditors of told es
tate. RICHARD WAYNE.
Administrator de bonis ort*
JH &dal* <*«*-«*» Gnffla.
* * next, l will apply
! AS tbe flm Monday to Aagr.>* <ien : 1 * tu *P1*- T
U lolbeOrararrif Of S " "S“r '»
\J on! WMKU, ESUMU K1MTO. *U1 *ppr >C«® ? h V i ^' ro *6S<L44*Ii>riheb<acftIl>ir7b«
«>nCowl rfOrtilanr x* ku-not*l:tx»trau«i <£** A- b *““* “•
«a tbe estate of Joseph &h«ro
““ •* , to ote aid admonish all
a R mar concern, U> be and ajp»*r before said
Oeortto esalca object** (If aay u*ey bare) oa or
Ifiiii tbe tret Uooday la Jely next, uberwue said
litlirt wtl be granted.
l Jobs Bilbo, Ekj., Ordtoiry tor Chilbar
4 day ot June, 1856.
JOHN - c -
beirs aad credit -
JAMW A. URDCHK. Adm'r.
lo site obiectieoa •' *®Tbare) on or before
tbeFimMonday"December next, ctberwueiaU
lt “^JJ , ^6a Bibo, Esq.. Ordinary for OutUra
gjLgrSiM tbtrdday a'Jane, 1S53.
JOHN BILBO. O.C.C.
STATE OF GEORGIA,
C HATHAM COUNTV —To all Wheat t mar coo*
cem: whereas. Patrick Byaa w.l! apply at tbe
ftoert of Ordinary tor letters of almIxu.*!raiioo os
tbe estate of Darnel ChU&i:
These an, tberrfore.- to cite and admonish all
•bom tt may concern, to be and appear before sari
Oovtiomaktotycctjca (if any they hare) on or be*
tort tbe fim Monday in .Uf>t next, otberwhe said
totters will bo granted.
▼tease, John BLb?, Esq., Ordinary for Chatham
Cocaty, thia twenty third day of Jane, l%tt.
JnsO JOHN BILBO, o. c. c.
STATE OP GEORGIA,
B ULLOCH COUNTY.—To ail whom 2t may coc-
cem : Whereas, ain John-on will ap^ly at the
Court of Ordinary lor said conmr, for letter* of ad
MiMnte, with the will annexed, ou the estate
«f Mary WLDams, late of raid county. deraued :
These art, therefore, to cite and admonish all
•boa It may concern, to be and appear before said
Court to mate objection (if any they have) on cr
before the first Monday to Aogou next, otaerwae
■Id letters will be rranted.
Witness, WLTam Lee. E*q., Ordinary for Bulloch
coaaty, the 20th day of Jcte, 1W.
Jtmeg WILLIAM LEE, •». a. c.
BROTUHT TO JAIL.
m Brocgfat to Jail in Swalmboto, Emanuel Co ,
■F on tbe 4tb In* uni. a negro man; be says hit
TL name Is Harry; that be belong* to the estate
■■■■f Thomaa CUy. cf *iryan County, fia. He it
of light complexion, with e sLght scar over tbe Wt
. eye.about i feet 3inches in height, and about 95
I* ff|» »»|AM CO* years old.
The owner is requested to come forward, pay
charge* and Uie him away, as Le will be -kali with
as tbe law direct*. HENKY OVEBVTHELT.
Hew York, PhBadelpbto. and Baltimore.
DEALER AXD IMPORTER OP _
WtUkM, Jtirclrr, muv.r Wan, F«b* WITH HUM Pi
k U, ion* a mm, ncunum.
UElUiMG’a PATKAT rilO>PHOOF
- Having received tbe
Prise Medal at tbe |
World’s Pair, are now
NEATLY EXBCLTEO AT THE
DESIGNER AMP SCULPTOR IN MARBLE.
Corner Artor Plaoe and 4th Aresae,
iiuax ai. xxw tool _ .
FTTHE mow MUasre nxietjni ita ■*»??*
I itod «f Uooo»«ou,ToBkt Hcidacott, k.,
loAmenca, can ts fir~ J *’ tbM esubhthment, from
plala to tbe most etoberate and ornate In design and
workman*hie* In addition to tbe stock always on
•great variety cf drawings, appropriate and
*rtgmal may betound, (Tom which work vtti be ex*
ecitnf promptly to order.
Orders faithfully executed, and shipped to any
point available by water or steam.
Persons tinting tbeaty of New York oa pleasure
or bestnesa are respectfully invited to Tbit thb e*-
• ‘ oct3
as tb«* Prixe dafe of |
I tbe World- Tt»iM •
and approved as they :
_ ^ have been every
where. their crowning victory was rnsenred lo be
awarded by the Jerks of tbe World’aFaM-
The preprtetor placed One Tnoo*aul wLan in
Gold in the one exluUud at tbe World’s Fair. Loo*
fOTTH SIDE. RICHMOND 4c DANVILLE, A
Virginia 4i Tennessee
S@* SUMMER -®j
ww»» UIUK v*.v .-UJUIW, — • *— ■*—* . ■ - . . rCvCIVCU, W7 ICTITVUUII] WUlll a svwaa—*■
doe. and invited a’,1 tbe rtek-Locks In tho wortd to ^ f^Hng that we shall be able to pie*** all
open the btfe, * .tb or without the teys. and tatethe , h*,.* Csvor «s with a call, both as to pnev* and
mccey as a reward for their Ingenuity; aitboogh ( ext<a noo of work,
operated open by ceveral skilled in the art. to toe
By an improvement upon the original Salamander,
Introduced by the present owner of tbe patent*right,
tbe Interior Is rendered wholly tapernoo* to damp,
and books, papers ted jewelry irnghtbepreserved
tn one of bis cafes for a century without contracting
a blemish from mould or miUdew.
A U. persoos haring t}*.-mand* again-1 the estate
of ibehard F. Wulianu. late of Chatham coon*
ty. decease 1, are bert by notified to present them
within the time presented by law to the subscri
ber ; and ail indebted to the said estate are request
ed to make immedute payment to
M. B. M1LLEN,
Admiaiitrator de bonis non.
March-i—4w ltwLlrJl~>« "
STATE OF uRuHUIA,
C HATHAM COCNTY.—To all whom «t may con*
cem: Whereas, the estate of Jercmi&n Mc-
ia/sall Lei uareprevented in coa-equence of the
f eaih c< Nathan Bnwtoo, the exeentor. ami cnle-s
some fit and competent person applies lor the ad*
tainiMrauua of said e-Ute. with the will annexed,
1 shall appoint Jarne* WiUimson. or some ether fit
and proper person, vinr.uistralcr with the will an*
cext-1 de bona* noa. on said e-Ute:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
whom it may concern, to be and appear before
said Court to make cb/eetion (if any ta*y hare; on
or before tbe flr*t Monday in Augu-t nexL
WitneM. V.iU am Lee, Et*q.. ordinary for the
county of Bull x ti, this l£h day of Jane, lii»l
Je15 WIIX1 AM IXK. o r. r.
CITY SHEU1FF*S SALE.
WITILL be sold befeve tbe Coart Hoasedoor in the
TT dty of davannah. on tbe first Toe^Jay in July
Deal, between the legii hours cf l*x. The foliow-
teg articles, 2 coanter?, 1 desk, 1 Iron chest. 1
wardrobe and all the iateres; <( Llwaru Murphy,
is and to the lease cf tot and building situate ] on
theccrtercf Whiuker and Crn?i<*s ttreeu. to
satisfy a fi. fa. bssed m favor of Wiitum B. Gault.
T». Murphy, 4 Devancr. property pointed oa: by
ED. M. PBENDEKGAiT, • c. s.
CITY SUKHIFF’S SALE.
TT7TLL be sold before tlie Coart House door in
TT the CUy of Savannah, on thefir*t Tuesday in
July next, between the I«?al hour* of tale, lot No.
31, contains 49 feet, more or ley. being a porwvn c-t
Garden UA No. 11, west, in the city •* >avaonab.
booaded a*follow*:—Ea*t by Purseftreet. so-uh by
lot No. —, north by stmt not uamed, and west by
lot No. —. Levied on as the property of Ann Dobie,
to satisfy a fi. fa. issued out of th* Ilonomble the
CUy Coart of Savannah, in favor of John Gailaber vs
Ann Doble. Property pointed out by pialntiT.—
Terms cash. Purchaser paying for title*.
EDW. M. PRENDERGAST,
my31 City Sheriff.
CITY 8rlEIlIJPF*il HALE.
TYTTLL be sold, before the court house door in
»f the city of Savannah, on the first Tue-iay in
July next, between tbe leva! botrt >A sale, One Ao-
gnsu and Waynesboro’ Railroad Company’s Rood.
No. 409—levied on as the property of William Dunn
to satisfy two fL fs3. hsued oat of the honorable the
Qty Court cf Savannah, one in favor of James B.
Bead vs. William Dcnn. and the other In favor of
JohnlsgersoU vs. William taun. Term* cash.
EDWARD M. PJUSKDERGAST.
Pay 31 Sheriff C.
S TATE OF GEORGIA—BULLOCH 00., May SOtb.
1500—iwo momn-aitor aate application will
be made to tbe Honorable Court of Ordinary of said
County for leave to tell all the land* belonging to
the estate of Michael Dcuald^on, deceased, for the
benefit of the heir* aud creditors and raid deceased,
tnyaa-aw JOHN E. GIBSON, Adm’r,
G EORGIA—BULLOCH GO.—All persons baring
demands against tbe Esuu- of Thomas MUD.
late of said county, deceased, are hereby notified to
present them, properly attc-ited, within the time
prescribed by law. and tl»f*.e indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
HARDY B. HODGES, Adm’r*
May 20th, 1S«. my23-€w
mWO months from date application will be
1 made to the Ordinary of Cuathara County, for
leave to sell lot So 151, <nh district, Biker, belong
ing to the estate of Julian Marks.
Hlsste of Georgia, ftSouoca tuumr.
A DMINISTRATORfr* nALE.—By virtue an or
der from the honorable Court of Ordinary of
K».<i county, pas-ed on tbe fim Monday in June,
will be sold at the court bouse dcor of said coanty,
between tbe lawful hour* of tale, on the fir?t Tues
day in August, (me tract of Land, containing one
hundred and fifty acre*, in said coanty, on the Cs*
noochee river; also, a fart of four other earreys,
conuinlog six hnndred and thirty-two seres, oa Ca*
noochee nver, wc-’l improve-1 and in good repair,
consisting of swamp, bay and pice land. Sold as
the property cf Nathan Brewtoa, deceased, for the
benefit cf the Leira and creditors of axd deceased.
Terms made known on the 'lay of sale.
BENJAMIN BKEWTON, 1
SIMON J. BREWION, / Admrs ’
June 2d, 1W4 je 15
State of Georgia, Ualloch Coantv
A DMIMNTRATuRs' SALE.—WUibes/id. on the
first Tuesday in August next, before ths court
boose in Stuteaboro’. in said county, under an order
efthe Court of Ordinary, Fifty-four (54) acres of
Prne Land, grante-d to James Deal, and bounded by
tanl* of Jame= Wcols, William Allen and Elmore
Manes, belonging to the estate of James Deal, for
the benefit of the heirs and creditor* of .-aid estate.
Terms made kuown ou the day of sale.
MARTHA DEAL, I Adm’X.
CALVIN DEAL, /Adm’r.
June 12th. IMG j» 15
M. WILLIAMS, hiivins aligned all
bU property, both real and personal, to adjust
bis debts, aU persons having legal claims against the
Mid John M. William.*, will piea-e hand them to tbe
undersigned without delay, as it is quite desirable
to ascertain the extent of indebtedne*2, and to per-
feet a speedy settlement of the assigned property
HIRAM ROBERTS, Assignee.
ADMISTIt A TOR’S NOTICE.
A LL persons having demands against the estate
of the late Chares A Arnold, deceased, are
hereby notified to present them, properly attested,
within tbe time proscribt-1 !»>* law; and :ui those in
debted to said estate, are requested to make imme
diate payment to EDWARD PaDKLFORD,
- AHSiGNEEH notice.
M R. Lotus Robider having niude an aasign*
mentfor the benefit of hi* creditors, all j»er-
sons Indebted to him will plea.-« make piyment to
me. And those having demands against him are
requested to present them, that payment may be
made u far m the aiseu* will extend.
A. BON AUD, Assignee.
Savannah, May 19, ISfid. mayko
W ILL be sold before the <lo-r of the .Court House
in tbe city or Brunswick, County or Glynn, on
the first Tuesday in July next, between tho legal
boars of sale, tbe following property, to wit.:—Co.*-
A LL persons haring claims against the estate of
Evan Jones, late (A Charlton coanty, Ga., de
ceased. are reque-ted to present them, in terms ff
law, and th<«e indebted will please make payment
to the subscriber.
STEPHEN McCALL, Executor.
Centrevillage, Ga., June 14th. 1S56 jc*22
W ILL be sold, between tbe usual hours of eale,
on tue first Tuesday in August next, before
the court bouse door In Trader’s Hill, Charlton
county, Ga, Two negro men, (Dick and Tom)—be
longing to the estate of Evan Jones, late of said
coanty, deceared. sold under provisi n rf the will
and by order ot the boooreble Ordinary of svid
county. STEPHEN McCALL, Ex’r.
Centrevillag**, Ga.. June 14th, 1S56 je22
CITY 3IAHSIIAL»8 HALES.
WILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in July
* f next, in front of the court bou.->e :
Improvements on lot No. 3, MontmolUnville, to
Mtisfy City Tax Executions vs. Connelly, for years
1*54 ami 1555.
A Do, Lot and improvement No. 12, part or Gar
den Im So. 11, west, the property of Mr*. EUen
O’Reilly, to satisfy City Tax Executions for 1S55.
Also, Lot No. 15 and Improvements, Franklin
ward, a? the property of M. Prendcrgast, for Taxes
AL»o t east half of I/n No. 2, Calhoun ward, tbe
property of Mrs. Bridget Carr and children, for
Taxes tor 1*55
A 1*6. Lots Nos. 19 and 20, Wesley ward, as the
property of Edward Perry, tor Taxes for 1655.
Also. I»t No. 51. Brown ward, as the property of
estate of Patrick O'Conneii, fcr., for Taxes for 16*5
A Lo, Improvements on south hair of 1m No. 33,
Warren ward, as the property of Miss Matilda Ro-
sey, for Taxes for 1654 and 1655.
Also, east half of 1/A No. 26, north side of Marga*
ret street, the property or Mrs. Rachael Wise and
daughter, for Taxes for 1655.
Also, I/Ah Nos. 47 and C2. Walton ward, os the
proj«Tt.v or John McCormick, for Taxes for 1855.
Also, Lot No. 4, Washington ward, as tho proper
ty of Mrs. M. M. 1/ibble and children, tor Taxes for
A Do, I/»t No. 14 and east half of Im No. 15. par
of Garden I/A No. 33, east, as the projierty of the
estate of B. A. Patot, for Taxes for 1654 and 1855.
Also, 1/A No. 24, ijifiiyette ward, as the property
of John M. Millen, for Taxes for 1655.
Also, I/A No. 10. Montinollinviile, as the property
of Jiirni* Benoist, for Taxes for 1854 and 18Wi.
Also, Improvements of quarter I/A No. lo,Greene
ward, as the property of Mrs. Baker, for
Taxes lor 1854 and 1855.
Abo. Garden I/a No. 68, ea*t, as the property of
W. P. Bowen, for Taxes for 1851 and 1856.
Also, j/it No. 47, Jasjier ward, as the* property ol
Mrs../. W. Ryer-on, tor Tuxes lor 1655.
Also, west half of 1/A No. 4, south side of Bryan
street for Taxes for 1654.
Also, south half of 1 Trustor*’ Garden, as the
property of the estate of Worthington, for Taxes for
1655. DANIEL H. KTKWART,
may 31 City Marshal.
Alii: AN CEMENT.
Bborteat, moat comfortable and rnctt exped:Uoai
Route to the
VIRGINIA SPRINGS I
THROUGH BT DAYLIGHT.
And Baggage Checked Through, except oa Stages.
Visitor* to tte”Vlrgiaima Springs by this route,
take tbe South-Side Railroad cert at Petersburg, or
the Richmond and Danville cars at Richmond, at 6
A. M-, daily, (Sundays excepted.) arrive at Lynch
burg to dinner, and thence, via the Virginia and
Tennessee Pal I read; reach Boo*ack’s Dej^t at 3 1-4,
and Salem at 4 P. )L, and at either pLvce uk-*
Kent, Htuumeraon & Co’s Flue Line or
Those via Bonsack’s todge at Flncastle, dine at the
Red Sweet, or Sweet Springs, and arrive at the
White Sulphur Springs, (17 mile*) early oa the
evening <4 the secood day from Petersburg, or Kwh-
mood, without NIGHT TRAVEL, and with but 04
mBes of Staging. Or by the fialem route, stop ail
night at the Roanoke Red Sulphur Spring*, (10
imles distant from Salem,) dice at the Red ^weet,
or Sweet Springs, and arrive at the While Sulphur
Springs on the evening of the fellowing day.
The Virginia k Tennessee Railroad is located
through a moat romantic country, j»*?essm2 a cli
mate unsurpassed for iu salubr.ty and delightful tem
perature. The road paases the base of the
And within three miies of tbe Alleghany Spring?,
one mJe of the Montgomery White SulphnrSpriogs,
and within four miles of tbe Yellow Sulphur Springs;
all pleasantly situated a few miles apart, on tno
Eastern slope of the Alleghany mountain, in Mont
gomery county. The waters of these Springs are
celebrated for their great medicinal quaLuen, the ac-
commolatioos are excellent, and have oeeu greatly
increased since last season.
4®-Visitors to the Red Sulphur Springs take
Kent. Summenon k Co’s Stages at Newoeru Depot,
on the evening of the day that they leave Peters
burg or Richmond, and arrive at the Springs on the
following day to ernner. and salt Sulphur Springs
early in the evening of the second day from Rich
mond or Petersburg.
The Road from Newbern Depot to the Red Sul
phur Springs, (38 miles.) has been graded and
greatly improved smee la-t season, ana l- now re-
garde»l asuae of the best turnpikes in the moun
Tbe line of Telegraph from Richmond will be com-
>leled and in operation to the Mootgomery White
Sulphur Springs early in June.
Passengers to Knoxville, Tennessee, take Kent,
Summcrton A; Co's stages at the Western terminus
of the Virginia k Tenne.-see Railroad, now 160 miles
from Lynchburg (and being extended Westward at
tba rate ot 8 miles per mouth) to the Kv-tern termi
nus of tbe East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad,
and arrive at Knoxville in 21-2 days from Peters
burg or Richmond,
Fare from Feitnburg or Richmond.
To Red Sweet, or Sweet Springs via Bonsack’«,tlO 00
“ “ “ “ “ “ “ Sa»em.... 10 50
44 White Sulphur Springs 44 Bonsack’a 11 00
44 “ “ “ “ Salem.... 11 5u
“ Red Sulpher Springs 12 25
44 Alleghany Springs 6 00
4 * Montgomery' White Sulphur Springs 8 25
“ Yellow Sulphur Springs 8 45
11 Knoxville, Teuneesee 23 Ou
Non.—The charge for ticketa to the Alleghany
Springs, Montgomery White Sulphur and Tellow
Sulphur Springs, does not include the charge from
tbe Railroad to the Spring?. Passengers ior the Al
leghany Spring*. (4 miles distant.) take tickets to
ShawsvHle—tor Montgomery White Sulphur, (1
mile distant by a branch Railroad,) take tickets to
Big Tunnel and for the Yellow Sulpnur, (4 miles dis
tant,) take tickets to Cbristlaruhurg depot. Con
veyances will be found at those places.
For further information apply to
L. A. GOODWIN,
Ticket Agent S. S. R. R., Petersburg.
Sup't Richmond is Danville R. K., Richmond.
E. H. GILL,
Sup’t V. & T. R. R., Lynchburg.
KENT, SCMMERsON k CO.,
myl3-8m Finca.*tle, Virginia.
- “CKITrilAL. 1U1LUUA1I.
fioa, Jim, Obloe, and Simon—levied on by virtue ol
tL fa. Issued out of the Honorable Superior Court of
Olynn County, in favor »»f Horace B. Gould v». Alex
ander Scranton and James Gowen, AdminD.trators
of Mary Abbott, deceased. Property pointed out by
may28 M. 0. B. WRIGHT, S.G.C.
GLYNN SHEIUIW8 HALE.
W ILL be sold before the door of ilie (fourt Itoiwe,
in the city of Brunswick, County or Glynn, ou
the first Tuesday iu July next, between the legal
hours of sale, the following projierty. to wit.:—One
undivided bajfofatract or parcel or Hind containing
two hundred and fifty acres, (more or less) lying
Itnd beligin tho county of Glynn, hounded south be
lands granted to Michael Ponsell, northwardly by
lands granted to John Lamb, eonior, east by lauds
anknowu. Levied on an ibe projierty of Celia Lamb,
t<0satisfy a D. fa. Usucd out of tho Honorable ->uj»o-
irlor Court orGlyun county, iu favor of Daniel McIn
tosh va. Celia Lamb. Property pointed out by du
fondant. M. C. B, WRIGHT,
may28 ShorlffGlynn County.
STate ok (ieoi'tuiVMuKitTV to.
f|VJ all whrmt it may concern*.—Whereas Jason
X apply at the Court of Ordinary for
letters of administration on the e*late of Allen D.
^T&eaeare therefore to cite aud admonish all whom
It may concern, to he and at prar before said court,
to mote objections, if any they have, on or before
tb* first Mouday In July next, otherwise said letters
trill be granted.
Witness W. P. Girardeau, Ordinary for IJherty
County, thi* 27th day of April, 1850.
wumy. w > y 0|RARDKAU(
may27 L. C.
GEORGIA, LIIIEUTY COUNTY.
O N the first Monday Iu July next application will
be mado to the honorable the Court of Ordina
ry of said county for letters of administration on the
•date of Gideon McGowan, lato or said county, de-
C*utd. ANN MoGOWKN,
T HREE months after date application will bo made
to tho Marino Bunk of isavannah. for the pay
ment of two Twenty dollar hills, vix : letter B, lJ07i),
■nd Utter 0. 6G7, tFin loft halve* of which have been
85. JAM Erl I*. HL'DriON.
Tallahassee, Fla., May 17,165*5. 3m* my20
J ADMINlilTiUTHIX M aXmT*
O N the first Tuesday In July next will ho sold In
front of the Court Houso, in the city or Havau-
pan, aU tho realoAtate hclongiug to the estate of
Jam** M. Bates, late of Chatham County, deceased.
Bold by cerroluion or thn Court of Ordinary, and by
Ordar of ^e Administratrix, for the bcuolU of the
heirs and creditors, ANN B. BATES.
mP =n & sar T
Ths subscriber has Removed on the .
Bay, next door to the Republican tit
T1A otllce, where he is now opening a 1
■ JH« handsome a-.-:ortment of H P RIN ril __
AND il'MMKR /iOOIb*. which he will sell by the
pattern or make to order in the roost foshionahlo
style. Also, Ready Made Clothing for tho present
and coming sca/on.
Thankful for post favors, he hopes to merit a con<
tin nance of the same.
N. B.—Cutting, Altering and Repairing done at
the shortest notice.
Just received White Drill Coats and Pants, White
and Figured Marseilles Vests, for sale at u small pro
apr!2 JOHN W. KELLY.
DRAPER AND TAILOR.
JEFFERSON STRUCT NEAR BROUGHTON.
The subscriber takes this opi<ortunity
to inform tiis Iriends and the public, that
he is enabled, from experience, and the
Jntuitivo perceptions of the truths of.
science, based on the common rules of surveying
forms, both plane and spherical, to cut and make up
garments to fit tho human form In the most complete
and fioLhed style, to all who may favor him with a
Boys’ fancy dresses, Ball costumes, Military and
Firemen’s Uniforms, Ac., Ac.
P. HORACE GRANT,
Jefferson st., one door North of Broughton street,
P aper hangings and borders.—
Just received « great assortment or the mort
elegant |>atterns, with borders to match, Lorn 8
cents to 52, at CHAl'PER k CO.’S,
apr30 No. 0 Whitaker street.
G. 91. GRIFFIN,
SUCCESSOR TO LATE M. EASTMAN.
Corner of Bryan and Whitaker Htreets.
HAS now on hand a beautiful as
sortment of Jewelry of every dis-
rrlptlon and kind worn by ladies
and gentlemen, and will sell utunuBHully low prices,
1 linve this day received (per Express) a largo
stock of elegant diver Ware, consisting of Cake and
Pie Knives, plain and engraved Fish Knives and
Forks, Pickled Knives and Forks, Knives, Forks and
Spoons. Napkin Kings, Nutmeg Orators, Ax. Ac., all
in Morocco cases, and auitahlo for presents. I have
nlso this day received mi addition to my stock or
Jialrwork ol light colored Curls, To|wys, Braids,Front
Pieces, Hands, Uncle Tom, Ac., which now makes
my assortment complete. Orders received for auy
color desired. *
Watches repaired by und under the supervision
ofseir, and oil other work dono In a workmanlike
manner, and warranted. tnay 25
2000 bushels PrimoCorn;
100 do Cow Peas:
200 sacks ‘•I’aloco Mills’’ Flour;
10 bbte IU1W film;
1(1 do Jdononibib.l. WUUkj;
b da Domeulo Brand/;
For nU. low, br
j.11 PAimr, uottom * oa.
BOOK k JOB OFFICE.
'Merchants oa be suppled at tlmt ooitoc with
offttel (o lh. pobbe DIU-Hc.d^ Bill, ot Imdlng,
Dngr Itaob^ CbtuUn, Cud.
uid Blank Book..
mirnbold-, HBfflr c«wmu»««r<
IS A cSnvUS,^Sir, AMI DTECICA1. tSMBIt j
So,. TttBMSt OnpUtt, ud tn <mM tt
gm>i Organa, whether in
froo whatever cause they tnay haveoriginaud, and
vo MATTER OF HOW LONG STANDING.
l^apopuJar and specific remedy is urw eOned
theaflhcud.and guaranteed to cere all tbe aboT*
- It icarcbea oot the very root of the
rrr. — , eomDUiats. It leartbe* oot the yen m « we
liven to BOOK AND PAM SSi^driTtog out all tbe dtto«ed fcdda^ J*
:h as CiUtogow for Oo(ieg«e, body, tho* remortng the cause and renderiag the
PHLCT PRINTING, sod
Pruccedioxs cf Meetings, - . . .
TLasklcl for the very liberal patronage heretofore
received, we respectfully solicit a continuance of
To guard against counterfeits every Safe from the
manufactory of the subscriber, aad tow by him or
his agents, has a braas plate in front, bearing his
name; each is al*o fcruLsfced with one of has Im
proved Thief Detecting I/xks, which U a good guar*
No*. 135.137 and 1» Water-st.. N. Y.
Agents in Savannah. Uenrs. BELL k PRENTISS,
who keep constantly on band a full and compete
asaortmait, which they will sell at Manufacturers’
LOCAL EVIDENCE OF THE VALUE AND FIRE-
nu)ir qc-ii/tue* or
WUJIER'S SAL.VMA.WER SAFES,
At Xmtfaatrtd b, Stanu d Mom*. A’no York.
init.. which consum
ed the brick building
occupied by Mr. Jto.
T. Thomas, opposite
the Gas Works, in this
city, was a safe ot \
coo taming the bwks, papers, and money of Mr. I
Thomas, aad aUboogh tbe building was detroyed.
tbe said Safe sustaine*! no injury whatever from tbe ;
intense beat to which it bad been exposed. On open
ing tbe Safe, tbe contents were found undisturbed,
and in tbe same order and condition as when placed
there, except a slight discoloration to the proj«ting
ends cf a few papers, and tbe backs of one or two of
tb* books, caused by tb* steam generated in tbe
Safe, while at its greatest beat.
The Sale and contents, as it came from tbe ruins,
tnay still be seen, in tbe possession of Mr. Thomas,
at the Gas Works. A large assortment of these cele
brated Safes always on hacd.acd tor sale by
C. IL CAMPFIELD,
Agent for tbe Manufacturers,
July 28,1855. 171 Bay-st., Savannah. Ga.
I take pleasure in corroborating tbe foregoing state
ment, and in addition would add, that the books are
nowin use. J. T. THOMAS.
Wood Yard, Ferry Wharf.
July 26th, 1S55. octfl—If
Proposals for Rations and Fuel for
prrauTOKErr or Dunm,
loth Mar. IS
s will be received -
otflee until 12 o’ctock, M.
CERTAIN AND rERMANg-T;
This w-Wne tlitTt irnntut tottnmukm, »UcL
<Ahn rtmodie. inr»mbl)r cam, oj™
W ;lh kAS troobk aoO ex|»w to polknlg. T10.1O-
rmrir ha m«l IbooiAOdi mao (Loosoods
from (be hands cf
if not from premature graves. In cases of tnfcciion
tbe Compound Bocbu is tbe only article worthy of
tbe least confidence cf Ibe afflicted in performing
It contains no narcotic, mercury, <* olbCT tejurloo*
■MryistocntodOMr Ite DupeC aad ftet oET-,
lai IWM14 us
se la that Lertbiei?>^*
' or *1* |«» MIA. 110 bSTg
la idroaco. —
roa 10 k* itncd opn bfUrttu os, u u
—.—to. Ail ooBBaotaaoor sum bt ton ^5'
•ddroHdlo w. R. KOSOEv' 4 '
me* Grlfin,i L
Btorrs. tor ttit by
mart BRIGHAM, KELLY A n.
HOM. MUMMVUiSi\s~ ---•
^ u ...^ , on the 1st day of
July next. 1650. for furnishing and delivering Ra-
hoot and Fuel co board tbe Light-YOMel* in this
Collection district, viz.: at Martin’s Industry and
Trt.ee Island Knoll, for ooe year from tbe first day
of Julv 1S54, U> tbe 30th June, 1657. inclusive. The
rations to be of good and approved quality, to be
delivered in good-and sufficient packages, barreis. \ With tbM medicine you can cure yourself, and thus
boxes aud cases, and in good order, on beard the | prevent all exposure. . _
above named hght-vessvla. at least ooce a quarter, ; TRUTH MUST AND WILL PREVAIL,
free of expense to the United States, and agreeably • This medicine speedily and e»ctua!!y cures the
drug, but U - - -»— ■■■ —r ,
reir agreeable to the taste, creates no perceptible
odof, ulurbt ukMbY ftritm tt tUbtt ta
without hindrance from business or medical advice,
aa plain directions for use accompany tbe medicine.
Reader, if you have any of tbe above complaints, do
not neglect D^vontors.
2d of Spain, new suppl; jj ^
TTNITED BUtes* Canada tad Cuba.
U Scbwegkr’a HMory c4 Phikaopby in
translated by Secyle.
Prescott’s Ptdfip 2d <
Calf and in Cloth.
Napoleon’s Confidential Correspondence wifi, t
brother Jo^gtory of tb* Queen s of the
^TtM AUachi In Madrid.
RoounceofIbe Harom, by MMa Pardoe
Rachel Gray, by Juba Kavacaugb.
Earnest Iinrfood, by Mn. Lee
J ” UST BECKlVEUU-20 bozo ShwldS~i
prime MtleJe, SO tiena tL<«t iSJ
to the annexed table of tbe weekly ration, vit.:
• -5 a? . :
tOowoj i gxgj
Each proposal mu*t state dDtinctly the price for
\x the entire
: most virulent form of secret diseases, and eradicates
I every particle of infectious matter from tbe system,
I Helsnbold’s Highly Concentrated Cona-
j pound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla.
For purifying tbe Blood, removing all diseases art-
I sing from excess of Mercury, exposure and im-
i prudence in life, chronic constitutional diseases,
arising from an impure state of Blood, and tbe
only reliable and effectual known remedy for tbe
cure of Scrofula. Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ufcer-
| ationa of tbe Threat and Legs, Pains and Swellings
of tbe Bones. Tetter, Pimples on tbe Face, and all
i Scaly Eruptions of tbe Skin,
t It is gratifying to tbe proprietor of these medicine*
to be able to stat* that it is now nearly three yean
since they were first introduced, during which time
they have been extensively used in various part* of
tbe United State*, and have given to patient and
practitiooer the highest degree of satisfaction in the
various case* in which they have been employed;
whether in town, country, hospital or private prac
tice, they have invariably given tbe most deckled
and unequivocal satisfaction, and produced tbe most
salutary and beneficial effects. Numerous letters
have been received from tbe meet distinguished
physicians in the country, and from tbe profeaaors
of several medical colleges, recommending in tbe
highest terms tbe value or these medicines, and
their superiority over all other preparations for
such complaints as tbe proprietor recommends.
Numerous preparations of Sarsaparilla and of Bocbu
and various moles of preparing them have been
given, all of which of course will differ according to
Hams. In store, and tor aak by
mar 28 WAYNE. GRENVILLE km
XT EW CHOP CUBA MOLASS^ZTfc
jy go of the Abbott Derereaux, daily exJ«X
for sale in lota to suit purchaser*, by •
Jan31 RODGERS 4 Si
cakpRt AIR LTHOLstEST
140 Ocmgrew amd 57 Sk Julie* JftrtA.
! UNDERSIGNED would take tfri« cmr*#
_ tunity to expre** to bis friends and the u*£
generally, his sincere thanks for their liberal
age and influence, which ha* resulted in extento-T,
his trade to all parts of the State. Abo. Carouti
Florida, Alabama and Tennessee, thereby eubw
him to exhibit a stock unsurpassed tn any Soat^
. Merchants, Hotel Keeper*, sad
boat Owners are particularly invited to eumaett*
present stock, which is now complete in mj tb#
various departments, contetfcg in part of tbe fcaj?
lag goods, vrix:
CARP El DEPARTMENT.
DYING AND RENOVATING
E ST A II LIS H ME NT,
73 TORS STREET, NEAR THE COVET HOUSE,
Established In 1833.
fTIHE Subscriber grateful to his friends and
I patron* for tbeir continual favors, would state
tilt in addition to tbe improvements in DYING, ac
quired by bim^urmg bis last visit to England and
Scotland, has made arnuigcineuts for extending his
business, by which be is now enabled to dye a
greater variety of colors on silk and woolen dresses,
shawls, Ac., which he trusts win generally please
all who tnay favor him with their patronage.
Gentlemen’s garments dyed, cleaned or renovated
as may be required, in the same superior style which
has generally k> much pleased his patrons and
Table Covers, and Ladies’ Crape Shawls, Ac.,
cleaned and finished in tbe first style.
ladies’ Bonnets dyed, bleached and pressed in
the most fashionable styles.
Orders from tbe country promptly attended to.
When parcels are sent by steamboat* or railroad,
word should be sent him by letter through the poet
office, h> that be may know where to call for them.
mch 18 ALEXANDER GALLOWAY.
ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GIXGEK.
T HE distinguished favor with which this essence
baa been received throughout all sections of
the Union as a remedy at once sole, agreeable and
efiectual for Incipient Diarrhcea, Cholera Morbus,
Weak pud relaxed Bowel*, Proattation by heat or
fatigue, Ityspepria, Flatulence, Colic, Cramp, Lan
guor or Debility from sedentary habits. Ac., has in
duced the proprietor to give it every publicity in his
power. Upon its rnerrii-j comment is unnecessary,
as its own intrinsic worth is its best eulogy. It car
ries with it the evidence of itajsuperior excellence,
freely attested to by the young, the old. and scores
or families who. prompted by a careful regard for
their health and comfort, are dally adopting it as an
iXMSrexMBts rttiitv Rotror. There is perhaps no
medicinal preparation extant so simple and harm
less, yet salutary and effective, whose worth will be
more appreciated or uuivcrsallv adopted than the
Liquid uinger prepared by Heintzelman.
For sale by J. E. DxFoRD, Druggist,
jelOOm Savannah, Ga
which the entire ration will be runushed on board
‘ each light-vessel respectively.
| The proposals for supplying fuel, both ccaland , cu ^ _ , . , w
woerf, mujt ttttt dbtmcUY Hie l>nco p«r t..n ood &, e of preparation which each indivldoal may
j cord, and the kind and quality of each, to be deliver-! adopt. 1
of each light-vessel resiKictively. j rnese medicines require considerable care In the
One bidder may offer for ail the rations and fuel preparation and the employment of different men-
required tor all the light vessels in this or j itnla ^ successive operation to take up the extrac-
for one ormore <rf the vessels separately, aihis own j ave mau^rs, and. in consequence, are meet fre-
opuou. The kind and quantity of fuel will be deter- • ■— ---■ -L —*
mined upon, and tne contractor iuiormed accord
CHANGE OF tiCu
O N and after Sunday, the 14th October, inst,
and until further notice, the Passenger Train*
on tne Central Railroad will run as follows :
BETWEEN SAVANNAH AND MACON.
Leave* Savannah Doily at...6 a x and 12.15 r x.
Arrive in Macon “ “..2.15 rx “ 1 ax.
Leave Macon 44 “.11.46 am “ 9,30 pm.
Arrive in Savxn’h “ “10.45 rx 11 7.20 a x
Btrrwczs* bxvan.vah axd atreesra.
I-oave Savannah 12.15 P m and 8.30 p. m.
Arrive in Augusu 8.45 p m w‘ 5.30 a x.
Leave Augusta 6. ax 44 4.80 p x
Arrive in Savannah 1.30 px “ 10.45 p
1IWWKK.V xaoox AND ACGCSTA.
Leave Macon 11.45 a x and 9.30 p x.
Arrive in Augusta 8.45 pm « 5.30 a x.
Leave Augusta 6. a x “ 4.30 p x.
Arrive in Macon 2.16 p x “ 1. ax.
Bvnrucx savaN.vau, mjllkdgxvjllk A xatoxto.v.
Leave Savannah 5. a x
Arrive in MiUedgeville 2.45 p x.
Leave Macon 11 45 a X
Arrive in Eatonton 5. p x.
W. M. WADLEY Gen’l Supt.
Savannah, Ga., Ocl 12, 1656. octl5.
CHANGE OK SCHEDULE ON THE
80U oT. H r ftWjySP A 0
New York & New Orleans Mails.
O N and alter Sunday, February 3d, 1630,
two daily trains between Macon and Columbus,
and oue between .Macon and Araerluus,
Leave Macon at 2 a m, and 3 p m; arrive at Colum
bus at 7 16 a m, and 1030 p x • leave Columbus at
4 15 a x, and 1 30p M;arrive at Macon at lo 54 a m
and 7 40 p x;leave Macon at 2 a x; arrive at Araori
cub at 0 40 a x; Jeavo Americus at 2 20 p m; arrive at
Macou at 7 40 p m; making a complete connection be
tween Montgomery, Alabama, and Augusta, Kings-
villc, Wilmington aud Charleston; also, with Central
Railroad Trains to Savannah, MiUedgeville and Eaton-
ton, and with Macon and Western trains to Atlanta
Chattanooga, Nashville and Kuoxviile, Tenn.
At Columbus with Girard aud Mobile Railroad to
hufauia, Ala., connecting daily at Americus with
four horse Post Coaches to Toliahussee, Albany.
Thomasville, Rainbridge, Ac., with tri weekly hacks
to Lumpkin, Cuthbert, in:., at Fort Valley with hacks
to Perry, Haynosville, HawklnsviUo and Knoxville
Ga. Passengers for Americus aud poiuts below Fort
Valley, should tako tho 12 16 p m traiu from Savan
nah; uud the 5pm train from Augusta, to avont de
tention at Macon. For other (Hants on the Couth-
Western or Muscogee Roods bike either train from
Savannah or Augusta. Passengers leaving Ameri
cas at 2 20 p x will reach Columbus at 10 ;$o P m tbe
Passengers from Columbus and the West for Am-
cricus. South-western Georgia or Florida, should
take the 1 80 p m train at Columbus, sleep at Fort
Valley, and reach Americus at 0 40 a m next morn
First class steamships leave Savannah for New
York on Wednesdays and Saturdays, aud for Phila
delphia on Wednesdays. Passage la tho Cabin $25.
Fare from Montgomery to Savannah $14 00
“ Columbus “ “ 10 00
“ Americus “ “ g go
OE0. W. ADAMS, Sup’t.
Macon, January 30th, 1850. may 10
VIRGINIA CENTRAL FUROAm
ingly. in advance of the time for making the quar
terly deliveries of rations on board of the respective
Each bidder ts required to attach to bis bid or
bids a written guarantee, signed by bim»eil and a
quently improperly made, and not unfrequently
qui .... .
therefor* of the highest consideration and import-
Boyal Medal ion,
Power Loom Brussels,
Three ply Ingrain,
wSfSoSf** 8 *
Satin de Laines,
Diglish Druggets, (cf n.
Mosaic Hearth Bup,
Velvet and CheciJie p-.
Tufted Rugs. ^
Piano and table Cotcj,
Door Mats (every nrwj.
Silver A tin** Sair eJJ
^ * Bmdingj. fc.
Lace aad Muilic Cunui
Satin and talk Damask, Gift Pin* and Buds,
Woreted and Cotton Danu»k, Tassels, Lm^u*
Cords; Velvet and Plash of various color*; Wiai«
Shades, new style.
Also, every variety of Furniture Covering, Ira
misgs and materials for decorating.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
From two to Twenty-four feet wide, for Hslkui
Booms, cut to fit without a seam.
The subscriber will oblige himself to subtle
pric** on all description of goods as low as tbe use
tn paired, if not rendered totally inert, by the
injudicious and unskilful management of those unac- v..., ~r-
^u&inlad wtth pb»rin**miral praparatic^fit U
part of the city free of charge.
ance to the public and to the faculty that there
responsible .areiv that. Id the event or the contract
bang awnrtieti to him, be will fnitbruily execute it! Jjjlj tbe evil alluded lo, I have ml
in conformity to the terms of this advertisement.
The contractor will be required to enter into bond
with approved security for the laithiul execution of
the contract; and no bid will be accepted or contract
Brooke Hall Female Seminary.
MEDIA, DELAWARE CO., PA.
MISa MARIA L. EASTMANN, Pwxapau
This Seminary, located in the de
lightful and healthy village of Media,
tUirteen miles from Philadelphia, by
Railroad, will be
OPENED ON WEDNESDAY,
September 10th, 1856.
Tne commodious building, nowin process of erec
tion, wllh all the modern improvements, will be
Uuished bv the first of August, and whl contain a uch
accommodation*, both in point of taste and comfort,
as cannot tail to satisfy parents that while their
daughters are enjoying the benefits of mental cul
ture, they have also the comforts of a refined home.
This institution is established with u view to afford
to young ladies tbe mo?t perfect combination or ad-
vantages for the attainment of a thorough aud ac
complished education, and no pains or expense will
bo spared to render it in reality what it professes to
be, a school of superior merit. Miss Eastman, the
Principal, was ot the head ol a school in New Eng
land previous to her residence in Pennsylvania, and
for the last six years h&3 been kuown to the patrons
of Aston Ridge Seminary, os presiding teacher in
The P.t. Rev. A. Potter, Bishop of the Diocese of
••Miss M. L. Eastman, who proposes to open a
Young Ladies’ .Seminary in Media, Delaware Co.,
Pa., in September next, has been known to the sub-
scribt-r for several years past. He has a very high
opinion of her capacity, efficiency and devotedness
as an educator, .-'he has had a large and success
ful experience. The building which ts to be erected
for her use will contain every accommodation. The
yilHgo and surrounding country are distinguished
fir hea tbfulnes* and beauty, and the subscriber has
confidence that parents who entrust their daughters
to Miss Eastman will have no reason to regret it.”
Miss Eaatmau will be aided by an efficient corns
of Teachers. 1
» TU n i, £ e ? ch . * au 6 ,ua ge will be taught and spoken
by a 1 arisian lady, residing in the totally.
The Latin, German, Spanish and Italian languages
will receive duo attention.
The Natural sciences will be taught, with the aid
of u large aud expensive apparatus.
The Musical Department will bo under the charge
of a lady eminently qualified to fill the situation; uud
ull preferring a male teacher on the Piano or in
Singing, can have the benefit of a Visiting Teacher
Drawing and Palntiug will be under tbe direction
of a lady accomplished in the art.
The number ot pupils is limited to forty.
TheTerms for Board and Tuition in all the branch
es except Music, are $15u por session or five months.
MIm Eastman has liberty to refer to the following
Kt. Rev, A. Potter, D.D., and the K|rfscnpal clergy
Hon. F: Pierce, President of the United States.
., Hon. «. p. Chase, Governor ofO.tio.
«hi» 0n * ^ ukur ’ Ex-Governor of New Hainp-
!!°“* J?’}*?• Tappan, M. C. from New York.
ir v ’ SJ*!* 1 »°r Norristown, Pa.
Rev. A. McLeod, cioarfiold, Pa.
V°i c ? , u I ull ?. r * . or Philadelphia.
J. B. (Jkio, K-q. ,|o
E. W. Ctork, fcLq., do!
George Wharton, £»n ,j 0 .
Christopher La-scr, PottoviUe' |»»
George Wymau, St. Louis, Mo.
Hon. P.O. Johnson. Washington, D. C.
*«r ’ ur “ 10 f particulars, or for circulars apply to
tho Principal, MIES MARIA EASTMAN,
jcio tod 3ui Media, Delaware Co, Pa.
entered into, until approved by the Light House
The contractor will be required to keep at least,
in the aggregate, one month's rations for the entire
crew of the Ught-vessel contrac ted for, on board at
all times; and any expense incurred on account or
failure to deliver rations or fuel in time, will be
chargeable to the contractor.
No member or Congress, iightkeeper, superinten
dent or inspector of lights, nor any j«erson connect
ed with the light-house establishment, will be al
lowed to contract for or deliver rations for the crew,
or fuel of a light-vessel, nor to be interested in such
No contractor, superintendent, or Inspector will
be allowed to change tbe pans of the ration, nor the
times that may be determined upon for the deli very,
without authority of tbe Board.
All the articles constituting tbe ration for the crew
of light-vessels will be examined, aud tbeir quality
approved by the superintendent, or the inspector of
toe district, or by such other person as may.be as
signed to perform that duty ;anJ no bills will be
paid for rations ami fuc-1 whirh ..re not accompanied
by receipts duly signed by the respective light-ves
sel keepers for the different ai tides constituting the
rations for the crew for each quarter, and separate
receipts for the kind aud quantity ot fuel delivered
on board of each light-vessel.
No bid which Is not properly sealed and endorsed
will be considered, and no bids will he received or
allowed to be withdrawn after the expiration or the
time specified in tbe advertisement for receiving
Buis submitted by different members of tbe same
firm or co-partnership will not be considered.
All bids will be publicly opened and registered at
the time specified tn tbe advertisement.
Tbe right to reject all bids ir the interest of the
public service require it, is reserved
By order of the Light-house Board :
JOHN BOftTuN, Superintendent Lights.
Heavy Rail all the way toUordonivlUe.
W HEN the Potomac is closed with ice this
routo may be relied ou by passengers, to en
sure the connection going North or South. Tho road
is entirely retold with a superior T rail as (hr us
GordonsvlUo. During toe winter too train will start
from tho old station, in Richmond, on Broad street,
at IK A x., pass GonfoMville at 11 a x., and arrive
In Staunton at B25 Down train loaves Staim-
ton atfl 40 a m, pa*wr Gordonsvillo at 11 a m, and
arrive in Richmond 8V2.30 h x.
Fare to Gordonsville $2 00
“ .*fy,m: 6 00
Both trains arriv* In Gordonsville in amnio time
to take the train oftoo Orango and Alexandria Rail
road. Persons who loave Richmond at 7 v a m., cm
take tbe Orango and AloxMdria cars at Gordons-
vlllo if they choose to do so, aud by that tanlu will
reach Alexandria by 3.40 r x., but this compuny con
ticket them only to Gordonsville.
ocl7 tr H. D. WHITCOMB, Bupt.
ud Or Ml. by
PUTNAM S Monthly Mugaxloe for May.
A~ rrauli !/-•>lie’s Ga/.vtte ol E'nshious for Slay.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Review lor April.
Received mid lor salo by
, WARN0CK k DAVIS,
raayio 150 Congress street.
1 BBLS. Fl.UUJt iu store uud lor auic
XAU by may7 CRANK, WELI<S k (X).
K/\ Casks Ohio Catawba Braudy iu store,
y V/ and lor sale by tho only regutor Agent for
cgulur Agent for
J. M. EYRE,
__04 Bav_ street.
JUST RECEIVED. ' *
PER STEAMER, an nssortinent of
MDsos and Children’s Plain Straws,
_ , Ladles’ NEOPOLITAN BONNETS. IN-
KANTS’ HATS and FIATS. Also a few uuT
For sale by MRS. FREELAND,
17 Broughton street
L ISLE THREAD GAUNTLETS^-The only
article of tho kind In tho city. For sale by *
j. w. thrklkeld;
corner of Congress and Whltaker-sts.
A pples & potatoes-
10 bbls Choice Mercer Potatoes;
rw j? b ; “
■V 1 * J. A. BIOWM.
MRS. FREELA N’D lias open
ed at her Rooms, No. 174
Broughton Street, a fine selec
tion of Spring Mllinory, and is
, constantly receiving per steam
ers. new and different styles of Bonnets; also. Dress
and Mantilla patterns.
B* Bonnets cleaned and pressed as usual.
kkuzie’8 patent W ater pilter
An assortment of sizes on
band. We warrant them to make
the Savannah River Water, even
though dipped directly out of the
River, os pure and clear as the
finest Spring Water. About forty
of these Filters are now in use in
this city, and every person who has
them, will cheerfully testify to their
efficiency. Indeed, the Board of
Water Commissioners here, say in
their Report, it is the only Filter that docs effectual
ly purify the Savanuah River Water.
Call and see oue in operaUon at our House Fur-
nlBhing andStoveestabUsmenv,HodgaOU’8 new block.
KENNEDY St BEACH,
Corner of Broughton and Bull sts.
Some new and beautiful
designs, Plated and Brita-
At the Hsuse Furnishing
r 155 BROUGHTON STREET,
patent air-tight self-sealing
CANS AND JAES,
Cau. For sale at
prices by the
Agent, r *
TO WOOL SELLERS.
fFHE Underaigued have this day opened a
A Store lu Congress street, opposite the Market,
for the purchaso or Wool, Sheep skins, Hides, Bees
Wax, Deer Skins, and Country Produce in general.
Tho highest cash prices will he paid for all tho above
de L lvcr >’ .In savannah. Mr. L.J. GUIL-
MARTIN has been appointed ns Agent, to whom all
persons having business transactions with the un-
ucn>igncd may upply.
„ , „ J. W. 8MYTHK k CO.
Savannah, May 19, 1860. may20
and obviate toe evil alluded to, I have made a num
ber of experiments to ascertain toe most effectual
mode of extracting toe virtues of the Sarsaparilla
and the Buchu, and to discover toe must eligible
form for their exhibition. The experiment* have
resulted mast favorably, and it is with much pleas
ure I now offer to the public and the (acuity my
Compound Fluid Extracts, which contain all the vir-
toes of the article* they are represented to be made
from in a highly concentrated form, and are the most
active preparations which can be made. Two ta-
blespooniftil of toe Extract Sarsaparilla, added to a
pint of water, is equal to the Lisbon diet drink, and
one bottle fully equals in strength one gallon of Syr- John. B Moore k Co, and Wm. I
•< n c.».n.nii. Lincoln, Savannah. lv fchi;
a experienced Upholster will attend to &
making and laying of Carpets and Chi Cloths xla
desired. The decorative and curtain deprauu s
x charge of an Upbototerof acknowledged mum
tkiU. W. H. GUI0N, Agent.
ocUS 140 Congress and 67 St. Jobes-ra.
DR. SANFORD’S I5TV1GORATOR,
TS a mild laxative, tonic and stimulant,ud a
X recommended to toe public, relying upon kt a
triniic worth in the cure of tbe following coapkxa
All BiUiou* Derangements, Sick Headache, Dyspej.
tia, Habitual Cottivenesa', Chronic Inarrha, Ctix'
Pain in the Stomach and Bowels, General Debilij
Female Weakness, Ac. For sale byDrugguapa
up Sarsaparilla or decoction as usually made.
Fluid Extract Buchu, $1 per bottle, or 0 for $5
44 44 Sarsaparilla 44 44 44 44 44
Certificates of cure* and recommendation* from
distinguished professor* and physicians will accom
pany each preparation. Prepared and sold by
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Cbei
263, Chestoct-PL, near toe Girard House Pi
To be had of Druggists and Dealers in every sec
tion or tbe United States and Canadas.
AU letters for the medicine directed to toe propri
etor receive immediate attention, and safe deliveries
guaranteed. sept 1—ly~dtw
John b. jioore & co.,
GIBBON’S BUILDINGS, SAVANNAH.. Ga.
WHOLESALEk RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
Would call the attention of Merchants, Factors,
Planters, Physicians and others, to their ex-
____ tensive and weU selected stock, comprising
every article in their line or business, and which they
offer for sale ou the most reasonable terms for cash,
or approved credit, viz;
PAINTS, VARNISHES, GLASS, AC..
White Lead, Pure and No. 1; Tieman's Colors, dry
and in oil; Japan, Copal, and Coach Vornisncs ;
linseed Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Window Glass, Put
ty, Gold Leaf, Paint Brashes, Sash Tools, and Gu
LAMP. MACHINERY AND TANNERS’ OILS,
Bleached Sjierm, Whale and Lard Oils, for burning;
all descriptions of Oil for machinery, viz., Patent Oil
Unbleached Sperm, Lard and Rajie Seed Oil; also
Tanners,’ Neat*. Foot and Sweet Oil.
Nutmegs. Mace. Alspice, Cinnamon, Pepper, Ginger,
Mustard, Saleratu*, Soda, Pear las b, Sweet Oil, Starch,
Fig Blue, Matches, Ac.
A great variety of toe best French. English, and
American Chemicals, Pharmaceutical Preparations,
Select powders. Surgical Instruments, Vial* Specie
Jars, Mctolic Saddle bags, Ac. Also,
CAMPHENE AND BURNING FLUID.
Any ono who may favor them with tbeir order* may
depend upon tbeir receiving toe best attention, and
that all goods furnished will bo of a reliable quality.
Should they not give entire satisfaction, they maybe
returned at the option of the purchaser.
TIMBER I TIMBER!)
Undecsigned has just received, for a>
(500) Flv* Hundred pieces of good shippr
Umber, averaging over onethoosand feet toitkk
9 feb JEFFERSON ROBERTS.
M ackerel, herring, salkox, fa.-
2 bbls Urge No 1 Mackerel,
3 do do No 3. do
3 do do No 2 do
2 half bbls Blue Fish,
2 do Pickled Herring,
3 do No 1 Salmon.
6 quarter bbls No 1 Mackerel,
10 kit* No 1 Mackerel,
10 do No 2 do
5 Kits Tongues and Sounds,
11000 lbs Cod Fish. For sale low by
Jan20 J. A. BROWN.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
For one square, of300 ems or less, of any type act I
larger than Nonpareil, 75 cents for the fintulk S
cents for each subsequent insertion,for any timeka g
than one month.
All Tabular work, with or without Rules; anddi I
vertisement* occupying doable column, shall h B
charged double toe above ratea.
Advertisement* or whatever length, for any tr* B
less than one month, to be charged at trass; |
For a longer time at toe following rqtee
No.of Squares | lmo|2mo«|3mo6|4mo«16aio*|m g
J. E. DE FORD,
■ APOTHECARIES HALL. S. E. Corner ofe
Broughton and Barnard Streets. Savan
nah Ga., Wholesale and retail Dealers in
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Dye Woods and
Dye Studs, French, English, and American Perfum
ery, Fine Toilet and Shaving Soaps, Combs and
Brushes of every description, 8urgical and Dental
Instruments, Trusses and Supporters of all kinds,
Spices, Snuffs, Manufactured Tobacco, AU toe Patent
or Proprietary Medicines of the day. Superior Inks,
IMre Wines and Brandies for Medicinal purposes,
Extracts for Flavoring, Toilet and Fancy Articles, &c.
JC3" N\ B.—Especial attention given to the
preparation of Physicians’ Prescriptions and Family
Recipes. Ship, FamUy and Travelling Medicine Cases,
With plain Directions for use, including Directions for
treatment in cases of poisoning, Drowning, kc.
C OHN AND CORN MEAL.—1000 boa prime
Corn, White and mixed; 50 do fresh Corn Meal
n store and for Bale by
PATTEN. HUTTON k CO.
READ I—READ | (—READ III
That Is, if you can see;f""ii 1 fcPTif , *""l
fif you can’t see, you can r
all kinds or “helps to eee,” at the Watch and
Jewelry Store of D. B. Nichols k Co., in Congress
street, next door to the corner of Whitaker, where
you can purchase Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware,
and Fancy Goods, as low as at any other store in
We have received per steamship Alabama a fresh
Jotthose fine Steel Spectacles : also, a supply of
Pebblo and Periscopic Lens, which wo are prepared
to fit in all kinds of frames, at short notice. Our
Periscopic Lons (so called from their peculiar shape)
have on advantage over all others, us they have a
greater rango or focus, so that tho reader is not
compelled to hold tho book or paper at a certain
distance from tho eye. Call and see.
„ t D. R NICHOLS k CO.
49*No charge for showing goods.
mar 11 D. B. N. A CO.
"O OPE—700 coils Hope, various brands, all
All of good quality, in store and for sale by
BRIGHAM. KELLY k CO.
C ORN—In store and for sale by
■a *-5 1.0 K-:t’rv4VKr.u
HAVING lately received largo ad
ditions to our PIANO FOUTKS, we
are enabled to odor at this timo the
r , , greatest variety front tho host mauu-
lacturers, from tho plainest square to tho must club-
oratoly carved, and from six to hovoii octavos.
our llanos arc selected from tho manufacturer*
wnom we havo full confidence In, and we are par
ticularly requested by them to give a guaranty with
^ry^nstrumout sold by us os regards durability,
Person* In want of a first rato Instrument mav re
ly with safety upon getting such a oue by selecting
from tho following makers, whoso instruments we
endoavor to keep constantly on hand, vl* : II. Wor
cester, J. Chlokorlng k Son, Nunns k Clarko, llncon
k Ravens, H. Water*, and Hal nos, Brother* )b Cum-
“S* 27 '• W - M0RREIA ft CO.
V AND kuu-ftr SB
)) WILLIAM ft RATCU1Y.
N. M. CRAWFORD, D. D.
S. P. SANFORD, A. M.,
J. E. WILLET, A. M.,
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy.
II. H. TUCKER, A. M., *
U. W. WISE, A. M.,
Greek and lntin I/ragtiaces
WILLIAM G. WOODFLVa.
„ , , N- M- CRAWFORD, D. D:,
LccleaiMtical History and Biblical Literature.
WILLIAM WILLIAMS, A. M.,
Systematic and Pastoral Theology.
THOMAS A. 8KALS, Prindpal.
In Ju?y°° mm ° nCCmCllt 00 Wednesday
The next Tot m will commenco on the last Wed
nesday In August.
The price of Board In the village Is $10 per month:
waiting, room ront, fuol, Ao., $3.
By order oftoo Board or Trustee*,
my 12 2m& LANDRUM, Secretary.
For any time not above specified, a prepoitm
charge will be made.
A deduction of 25 per cent from the aboTe tm
will be made on advertisement* appearing excU-
sivcly on toe fourth page ot toe daily.
Advertisements ordered three times a west vi
be charged two-third* the above rates.
Special notices, 10 cent* per line for the first, u!
6 cents for each subseqent insertion, and in bo a*
to be subject to contract. Marriage notices $1. h
neral invitation* 50 cent* each. No special -
inserted for less than 60 cent*. Obituary Now*
Reports, Resolutions, or Proceedings of anySodd?-
Asseciation, or Corporation, ordered to be putts*-
ed, 6 cent* per line.
Steamboats will be advertised at $40 per arte
for each boat advertised.
Steamships, where but one is running, $Wp««
num; ir two or more, $30 each.
Auctioneers’ advertisements not to be lobjsfts
contract, but to be charged at toe rates pr«r.M
The paper, under no circumstances, to b* tod»-
ed in a contract.
Professional and business cards not exceed^ *
lines, will be inserted at $20 per annum.
Calls on persons to become candidates, wk *
inserted u other advertisements, to be paid fora
variably in advance. t
Announcing candidates for office, $10, to be (*'*
Advertisements not marked on tbe c*pr**J
specified time, will be Inserted until forbid, *a*
When any bill for two months advertising) y |
than coutract, amounts to over $50, a deduct!** |
25 per cent will be made, , I
Yearly advertising, with privilege of chan#** 4 1
be taken at the following rates : ^
For one square, renewable once a week,
14 44 44 twice “ *•
u u 44 3 times or oft«« •' ,
Every additional square contracted for to bert*T I
ed one half the above rates additional. I
Yearly advertisers shall bo limited to the »Jr I
contracted for. AU contracts shall be In E
stating definitely the nature of the busine** 1 *" I
advertised. Any advertisements not property®" I
nected with tho business shall be chargedI
ly, ond also any excess of matter over the I
contracted for. a 1
Contract advertisements payable quarterly: 44 I
vcrtisemeut8 from strangers and transient pe^S .
payable in advance. All others will be coati ltt *’ j
duo when colled for. „ ^ i
Regular advertisora and all other* sending I
munlcations or requiring notices designed 10 0*“*“ I
tention to fair*, concerts, soirees, or any pub«^ E
tertainments, where charges are made lor I
lance—all uotices of private associations, every ^ |
tlco doaignod to coll attention to private enteri>u*» s
calculated or intended to promote individual» 1
rests, cab only be inserted with the undcrittf®* 1
that the same is to be laid for. If iusertw u-_.
odltorial column (which can bo only at the u
lion or toe editors) too same w ill bo charged » w l
rato of not less than 20 cents per Hue.
Advertisements ordered in the Weekly p»P* r,, ‘ I
per square for each Insertion. |
Tlio undersigned, publisher* of Daily, Tri-w«*^ |
aud Weekly ucwsiHtpcrs iu Savannah. Gs.,P ^*, I
ourselves strictly to adhere to the aboveI
charges, aud in no instanco to deviate thewjws*, ■
Tho abovo rates to tako effect March 1,I
lo contlnuo binding, until changed by tbe vote" ■
majority of the underslgnod. , ^ I
N. B,—This schedule shall not In any I
too iutogrlty of existing contracts. All conuw* I
the year or any other specified timo, shall 007^ ■
with the expiration of the period for which w |
Aucxaxdkr k Sxxxd, Republican.
Tuoxvww k Wmusaros, Jfomiaa
R. R. HtLvm* k Oo M Georgian k
PLUMBING, in all it* roriou* bmn^J I
JtT tended to at the shortest notice, and to I
style. Also, may be found Shower BstittiO*^ I
ed Iron, Tin and leaded Bath Tabs;OoMsrBwg I
PatMlPaa Water CJont*, I