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Savannah, July 1,1856.
TUESDAY, Two O’clock P. M.
Four Day Later from Europe.
arrival of the
New You, June 30.—The steamer North
America, has arrived at Quebec with four days
later intelligence from Europe.
(Wehaeerecebed no news by her, up to the
hour nt which our afternoon edition goes to
The Kansas Question lit Congress.
Washington, June 30.—Judge Douglas has
Introduced a new bill for the pacification of
Kansas, providing for a census of the territory,
and a now Constitutional Convention, looking
to the fhture admission of Kaunas as a State,
Be gave notice that he would press a vote on
The House of Representatives rejected the
bill for tbe admission of Kansas, under the
Topeka Constitution by one majority. [A de
feat of the Black Republicans and their allies,)
Hew York market.
New Yott*, Jane 30.—Tbe cotton matket
•hows only a moderate amount of business do
ing. Prices unchanged. Sales of the doy, 600
Hew Telegraphic Arrangement.
Hnw Yobc, Jane 30.—The .Magnetic Com
pany will take possession of the Southern line
on Monday uext.
Late Northern Pavers.—Wo are Indebted
to the peraers of,the Keyetone State and of the
JTnoxriflt respectively for late files of Philadel
phia and New York papers in advance of the
Hew York Democracy.
Hilled by tbe telegraph, we, this morning,
■toted that a Union Convention of the Democ
racy of Now York had been celled, to meet on
thefitli of next month. New York papers of
Batarday show that the Committees represent
ing the Hardo and Bojte, wore unable to agree
with reference to this matter. The 6'o/ls pro
posed one Convention made up indiscriminate
ly of delegates from the two wings of the par
ty. To this the Horde objected, and proposed
two Conventions, meeting at the same time and
place, for tbe nomination of a Joint ticket
This proposition they finally modified, so far as
to suggest that though the Convention should
be one, its delegates Bbould be appointed In
aqoal number by tbe two wings of tbe party.
To ibis tbo Safte objected as likely to perpetu
ate the existing divisions.
Tbe result of tbo disagreement is acall from
tbe Horde for a Convention to meet on tbe Oth
of August, and of the Sofia for one to meet on
tbe 30th of July.
We are glad to seo that tho N. Y. Newt,
organ of tho llardt docs not despair of all ar
rangement for a single electoral ticket—It nays
A union npon one Electoral and State ticket
can perhaps never be attained if tbe twoCon-
creations meet at separate times. That union
wiuif be aecomplitbed. The Democratic mnsses
have willed it, and will notsullbrtbe captions-
ness or tbe obstinancy of those whose action we
have now to deplore, to prevent its accomplish-
An matters now stand, a Hard or National
Demoeratio Coventlonla called to meet on the
6tfc of August; a Soft Democratic Convention
la also culled to meet on the Doth of July. We
S resume that it would be hopeless to appeal to
le Richmond Committee to change the day ;
but we earnestly hope that our own Committee
will change the day it had fixed. Let tbe day
of holding our Convention be changed from the
6th of August to the 30th oi'July, as soon as
our State Committee can be got together; and
let tbe two Conventions then meet at the same
time and confer, and unite upon candidates.
This course wo advise, and we hope our State
Committee will not full to seize tho opportunity
of once more extending the olive branch. Fel
low Democrats 1 wo must have a uniou ticket
this Fall—we must carry New York State for
Buchanan and Breckinridge—and we must have
a Democratic Governor and legislature. We
are willing to concede the point as to the day,
and change back to the 30th July.
Washington, June 28.
House.—-Messrs. Howard and Sherman, of
the Kansas Investigating Camraitte, have ar
The House resumed the consideration of the
bill providing for the admission of Kansas into
Mr. Stephens having the floor, intimated bis
design to offer a substitute.
Mr. DampeU, of Ohio, asked him to accept an
amendment thereto, one in cflfect to repeal so
much of the Kansas act as dccleared void tbe
Mr. Btepheus—I do not accept it.
Mr. Campbell—I suppose not.
Mr. Washburn, of Me., said Mr. Stephens'
ition was a side blow to Idll tbe Kansas
Progress of the Insurrectionary Move •
. ments In California.
The fright Hilly deplorable condition or things
In San Francisco -made the more so from tne
fact that no one can (hnsee how the insurrec
tion la to end. without a oivil war—induces us
to add some further roporta from the accounts
brought by the last steamer.
We copy from the correspondence of the
New York TYmss—the writer of which sympa*
thires Hilly with the mob party :
The day after the execution the movements
ofthe VigUence Committee evidenced plainly
that the work of purification had but Just com*
meuced. Carpenters were set to work fitting
up ceils In the upper rooms of the atone build
ing used as the united States Appraiser’s store
—loads of bedding and a large cooking-stove
were carried into the building, and a heavy
trlungle swung from a frame on the roof, a
strike upon which could be (hoard In the far
thest corner of the city. None were allow
ed to enter the building without the password.
Presently an armed detatohment marched
Into Montgomery street, arrested Billy Mulli
gan, one ot the sheriff's deputies: Martin Gal-
agher, ballot-box staffer; and Yankee Sulli
van, ditto, and prize lighter. Other arrests
speedily followed, until, last Saturday. the cells
eoutaiued eight or ten of the worst characters
in the city.
On Saturday, the 31st May, at about 11
o’sclock, another tale of horror was on every
body’s Ups. Sulllvau had committed suicide in
hia cell, by severing au artery in his right arm
with a dinner knife.
The night before Sullivan’s death, it was re
ported that the Governor was about to issue a
proclamation ugaiust the people or San Fran
cisco—that a habeas corpus was to be served
upon the Committee by the Supreme Court for
the deliveiy to it of the prisoners—that tho
guns were to be demanded—and that Gov
Johnson had asked assistance from Gen. Wool,
and from the U.S. ship-of-war John Adams,
now in port. On Saturday morning these
rumors began to assume consistency, and the
whole force of the Committee was at once
riaced under arms. The Btreeta were cleared
or two blooks on both sides of the Committee’s
prison. Six additional heavy brass pieces were
mounted, and swivels loaded with grape were
placed on the roof.
Two large pieces of cannon were placed so os
to sweep Sacramento street These guns were
by 100 French muskets. Two mote
rded by a hundred of Sharpe’s rifles,
minted down Davis Rtrcet to tbe steamboat
auding. A stroke on the triangle would have
colled 10,000 men to anus. Bat news shortly
arrived that the Governor had been unsuccess
ful with General Wool, at Benicia, and had
given up the intention of calling out the mlUta-
y divisions in support of the laws. Judge
Jerry, however, issued a writ for tho person of
BUly Milligan, but the Sheriff was not allowed
to enter the rooms, and got the cold shoulder
from the Executive Committee.
Sunday, June 1st, was another exciting day.
Charles P. Duane, late chief engineer of the
San Francisco fire department, was seized and
taken to the Committee Rooms, Ho made
some resistance, and there being a considera
ble show of a rescue, the triaugle was struck,
causing an immense sensation oil over the
The military were nt once under arms, the
squares cleared, and horsemen with drawn
swords kept the streets clear in the vicinity.
Duane’s friends saw how futile an attempt at
rescue would prove, and so dispersed. Duane
was noted os a brawler in New York previous
to 1848, when he shot two of his own kidney,
with whom he had a quarrel. He was acquit
ted, I believe, on tho ground that lie acted in
self-defense. In 1851, fie picked a quarrel with
the manageis of a French Hall in Clay street,
and killed one of them on the floor of the Hull
room. He was tried, but got off, somehow, and
afterward attempted tho life of one of the ju
rors, who expressed the opinion that he ought
to have been hanged* In 1852 ho was elected
Chief Engineer of the Fire Department, and,
as far as that went, served a couple of yeuw or
more with considerable credit But he is said
to have lately lapsed into rowdyism, and it is
believed Jhe committee have not arrested him
without excellent cause.
On Monday, Juue 2, two more arrests of
noted viUiatu were made. In the house or one
of them, Woolly Kearney, was found a plain
made, and apparently honest ballot-box, but on
closer scrutiny, It was found to be a very curi
ously contrived machine, it bad slides on both
sides and bottom, chiselled out bo as to hold
in the crevices several hundred ballots. The
sides could be freely operated upon, notwith
standing tbut the box might be locked and
sealed. Uy pressing upon a spring, os many
irepured ballots as necessary might be ejected
into the main body ofthe box during the pro
cess of counting!
The Herald of Monday contained a call for a
“mass meeting ofthe friends of Luw and Or-
der,” at 2 o’clock on tho Plaza. At that hour,
some six or eight thousand had assembled at
the place designated. The meeting was called
to order by Judge Campbell, who mounted a
platform close to tbe flag-staff, amid the hisses,
yells, and cat-cnlls of more than three-quarters
of the assemblage. Various gentlemen, all law-
yew, essayed to address the crowd, but the op-
f tosition was so overwhelming, that the meet-
ug was soon broken up. when Col. Baker,
who had defended Cora for tho murder of Gen
eral Richardson, attempted to speak, the uproar
was tremendous. Placards were raised over tho
heads of the multitude bearing tauuting inscrip -
tlons: Oue read “Belle Cora—$10,01)0," iu al
lusions to tbe fee this courtesan is said to have
paid the Col. Another bore a picture of Belle,
with"Bello Cora, tho augel,” painted under*
neath. in allusion to Col. Baker b encomiums
upon her angelic devotion to her paramour af
ter the murder. Other placards read: “Vigl*
lanta! come outside” t A man, mounted ou a
lamp-post, held up a tin cracker-box. inscribed
onitssides, “** ‘ ‘ * " *•-” **—*-•• -
Affairs In lfl0srs|i«i
The Now Orleuu Picayune publishes the fol
lowing letter from Its Nicaragua correspondent.
Granada, June 8, I860.
The steamer Ban Carlos arrived here yester
day, bringing a battalion of one hundred and
« men, under command of Col.Jaquess
u New Orleans. These men come out
“Patent ballot-box”. During the
meeting, ouo of the speakers thought the “stars
and stripes ought to float over the only loyal
assemblage that San Francisco has known since
tbe usurpation ofthe law.” The Hug went up
120 feet high, over the heads of tho fewnrouud
the speakers’ rostrum—but just as he was com
mencing an invocation to it, the block gave
way, and the flag floated majestically off, alight
ing upon tho heads of tho Vigilants. A tvo-
inendous cheer arose, and nothing more could
be done after. So the meeting dissolved—tho
originators of it fully convinced, 1 Bliouid sup
pose, that “Law and Order,” as they interpret
it, is at a large discount in this city.”
Tuesday was u very quiet day. The Commit
tee were industriously at work,hearing evidence
in the cases of tho prisoners in its charge. The
streets were left open to business, only a few
guards being stationed at tbe door of tbe rooms
to preveut intrusion on tho part of improper
persons. In the evening a report gained cre
dence that a proclamation had been received,
and would be issued on the morrow,declaring the
city under martial luw.
Yesterday morning the proclamation of Gov.
Johnson was published in all the papers, de
claring San Francisco “in a state of Insurrec
tion.” Orders were also published requiring
Mqjnr General Sherman to call out the division
under his command, and for all citizens of San
Francisco city and county between the ages of
18 and 45 to enrol themselves Into military com
panies of not less than fifty, nor more than
eighty men each, and to choose their officers.
The Committee received the proclamation very
quietly. There was no apparent movement
on their part during tho day, save that a few
dray-loads of additional arms were deposited in
tbe armories of tho respective divisions. Now
members were, however, curolling themselves
all day as fast us there names could be taken.
At night tho guard was doubled—300 men re
lieved each other every three hours until morn
Mr. Stephens denied this, expteseing his
tire that tho latter should bo referred to
He vindicated the Kansaa-Nebraska act, and
condemned tbe movemeutof tb* Northern peo-
(le to thwart the policy of that mtisare.
tlon. The Herald and Sun, two daily pani....
opposition to tho Vigilants, say Major General
Sherman will have 3,000 men ready for duty by
sunset. It is certain, that not more tliun 100
men have reported themselves ready for duty at
the Adjutant-General’s Office. 4 ll is known,
however, that companies are .secretly organiz
ing in various puts of tho city in obedienco to
It is also understood that tho Governor lias
called out tbo third, fourth and fifth divisions.
Oil the other hand, the army or the Vigilauts
will consist of at least 7,000 to 10,000 mon,
well armed, before night. It is believed that If
the men of the mountains respondent uny mil
itary call, it will be to that or the people, and
not of the Governor. Rut no matter what comes
of it—tbe Committee will not laydown tbelr
arms till the work is finished. One thing will
the be rather in tlioir favor—they have plenty of
Opmmittee of the Whole ou the State of the money, while the State is “hard up.” civil
money, wliue tne biaie is "nara up.'
war is bad—but tho people of Ban Franoisco
rather try its chances than submit longer to tho
nun vtin hlltA* MWAmail II.
shoulder-striking crew who have* governed us
tbo past four yaar».
and obedient. Tha steamer also brought the
news ofthe recoptlon of Padre VUiland the
recognition of Nicaragua by the U. 8. Govern
ment. You can imagine how welcome this was
to every one here, and the whole city was in a
fever or joy. A national salute was fired on the
lilaza,and the bells rang out their most joyous
io passengers by the Minie Schaeffer, and
those by the Daniel Webster met at San Juau
del Norte, and came up the river together. Col.
Jaquess and Lieut. Sherman havo gone to Leon,
and Gen. Fry has ordered the new battalion to
Massy it, a beautiful town about twelve miles
from here, and very healty. They leave to day.
all In good health. A sad accident occurred
while they wore in the Lake, a musket having
been accidentally discharged, the ball passing
through the head of one of the members of
Copt. Ellis’s company, killing him on tbe spot.
I have been unable to team bis name. His re-
maius were iuterred this morning, with all due
Gen. walker left here several days since for
Leon, accompanied by the let Rifle Battalion,
The Government is at present established there.
butJ presume the',General's movement is caused
by the threatening attitude recently assumed
by the Northern States.
Quite a gloom was thrown over the city by
the receipt ofthe intelligence that Gen. Col-
clrrlu was lying dangerously ill at Masava,
which was shortly alter followed by a report
of his death. I am happy to state, however,
that this morning the courier arrived bringing
uewa of the General’s convalesceuse, and that
he was to leave iu a day or two for Leon. Col*
Thomas 8. Fisher was also confined to Mb bed
by sickness, but 1 bell ve his disease is not
considered dangerous. There are not two offi
cers in the urmy who would be missed so much
Capt. Payne, formerly of Texas, a most effi
cient ordnance officer, died recently at Virgin
Bay, of a disease called chuleriue, somewhat
resembling tho cholera. Lieut. Coleman, son of
Col. Coleman, of Vicksburg, Miss., was al
so wounded In tbe leg ut Virgin Bay by the ac
cidental discharge of a pistol. The wound is a
very painful one, but is not considered danger-
Gen. Hornsby Is in command of the Meri
dional Department, comprising Ravas and Guan-
acaata, andGen. Fry commands this depart
ment Lieut Col. A. F. Rudler commands the
posts on the Sau Juan river, un appointment
which gives general satisfaction.
Therois nothing or interest or importance
from tho Northern States or from Costa Rioa.
I still adhere to the opinion that no operation
of any magnitude will be attempted until the
close of the rainy season, three or four months
hence. It will take some time for Costa Rica,
to recuperate, and it is extremely probable that
the first move in that direction will be the oc
cupation of Guanacasta by the Nicaraguan
forces. By the close ofthe rainy season Walker
will doubtless have men enough to leave gar
risons in the prineinle towns in CUontales
Matagalpa and Segovia, and thus check tbe
movements ofthe Chnmorristas and the hostile
States ot the North. The former are contempt
ible in numbers, but at present they are harass
ing* the people of these Departments, flying
from the approach ofthe American troops, but
returning oh soon os the latter depart
I perceive in one of Senor Molina’s letters to
Mr. Marcy, he states that Costa Ricans were
fighting against a marauding band of Ameri
cans, aud not against the people of Nicaragua,
who were all in their favor. The falsity of
this statement is apparent from the fact that
during the occupation of Rivas, Virgin Bay and
San Juan de ISur, by the Costa Ricans, not more
than a hundred native Nicaraguans joined
them, while three or four times that number
joined Walker, and fought with valor aud de
termination worthy of ail praise. Col. Machado,
the.leador of these troons, who was killed there,
was as brave a man as ever' drew a sword. His
death was a severe loss to Gen. Walker.
Execution ot James P. Casey and
[From the Sau Francisco Bultotiu, May 28.]
At about half past one o’clock yesterday,
.Tames P. Casey and Charles Cora were hung by
the Vigilance Comittee, on Bucamento st., near
Davis, at the head quarters of the Executive
MARRIAGE OF CORA.
An hour or two previous to the execution,
“Bello Cora,” whoso real name is said to be Ar-
abello Bryan, was admitted and married to
Cora. The ceremony was'performed by the
Rev. Father Muraschi. The unfortunate wo
man remained with her husband until his last
At a quarter past one o’clock, the two con
demned men were placed upon platforms ereot-
ed iu front of the Executive Committee rooms,
inthesecondstoryof the building. Cora was
calm and collected os he stepped on tbe plat
form aud suffered tho noose to be placed about
his neck without a murmur. Casey was not so
self-possessed; he desired a brief interview with
thcupriest, which was grunted him.
The noose was then adjusted round Casey’B
neck, and his eyes bandaged. He was just
stepping ou the trap, when his limbs giving
way, two men extended their arms and sup
ported him to the fatal spot.
Both Corn and Casey beiug now on tbe plat
forms, the signal was giveu, the cord was cut,
and they were luuuched Into eternity, at the
same instant. The fall was about five feet, aud
“ presumption is that Cora’s neck was broken
he full, as he made no show of struggle. A
lew convulsive) throes of the body of Casey wnB
observed, then a slight raising ofthe feet, and
all was over.
The bodies were suspended about an hour,
during which time, the thousands of spectators
stood uncovered amid profound silence. The
bodies wore then taken down and delivered over
to Coroner Kent
Tactics ofthefritnisqf ths Kansas BM-Ef-
feet of the recent Utwsfrom Europe, etc.
Washington, Jane 27,1856.
The ofijoct of forcing o vote In the House
now on the Ksnua bulls to test its strength;
aud inhere Is a majority it will be tacked to the
General Apgropriation biU, so as to compel the
Senate to icoept it or stop the wheels of gov
ernment. The plan, however, will fail, as the
revolutionists have neither the strength or pluck
"i carry it out.
The Committee on Wavs and Means will re
port a hill amendatory or the tariff in about two
weeks. It ia not true that the Chairman of the
Committee—L. D. Campbell—has stated his in
tention of not pressing it; on the contrary, he
wiU use every effort to cany it- But, from ap
pearances, it wUl go .over till next session.
Senator James’ now Patent bill is to be aban
doned for the present Colt, Woodworth and
McCormick are engineering here for special
acta of extension. * •
Tho nows by the Aj)» canoes some excite
ment. It Is belteVeo^Lord Palmerston will he
defeated, and that thire will be no war. AU
aud claws ore fixed on the neck; this Is the
manner tn which the splno of the animal is bro
ken, by a sudden twist, and not by a blow.—
The blow from tbe paw is, nevertheless, Im
mensely powerful, and one stroke will-rip open
n bullock like a knire, but the after effects of
the wound ate still more to be dreaded than
tho force or the blow. There la apecullar poison
in the claw, which is highly dangerous. This
Is caused by the puttied flesh which they are
constantly tearing, and which la apt to cause
gangrene by inooulation—Bu/ter't Wander-
tag* in Ceylon.
It Is related or Benjamin Franklin, that ho
formed a resolution never to give anything to a
begging clergyman, and bn a certain occasion
went to hear the renowned Whitfield preach a
charity sermon, with that resolution firmly fix-
parties in Congress, however, express their de- ed on his mind ; bnt alter listening to him for
erminatlon, In eeso the necessity arises, of Bometime, he concluded that as the object for
_. . * ' •' whichhe was pleading wnsa good one.he
vigorously supporting onr government by the
most liberal appropriations.
There is no prospect of the Bouse concurring
In the Senate’. resolution, passed yesterday, for
the adjournment of Congress on the 2Bth of
An effort will Ke mile to-morrow tn the House
to force a final vote obtbe bill for the admission
of Kansas into the Union.
Fremont BanpidmDH Meetino in St.
Loins,—Sl. Louie, June 37.—The Fremont
ratification meeting list night was participated
in by over 3,000 persons.
Stabbing at Ska.—A seaman on board
the American ship Hurapercy Purinton,
at Havana, Cnba, on the 11th inst., was
fiven np to the U. S. Consul, to be sent
romsfor trial; on a charge of stabbing
the mate of the ship in nine places with a
sheath knife, on the passage from Havre.
None of the wounds were dangerous.
Ug). J. P. Helas has succeeded pro tern to
the office of Nicaraguan Minister to this conn,
A subterranean railroad Is now being laid
down in Farts, in the middle of the Boulevard
Bhode Island Politics.—Providence
June 26.—In caucus, after an acrimonious
debate, the Senatorial election was post
poned till January by the castiug vote of
Brazil and Pabaguay.—From a cor
respondent of the Boston Traveler, who
writes from Buenoe Ayres, we learn that
a treaty has been consummated between
Brazil and Paraguay, which concedes to
the former tho free navigation of the
River Paraguay, as far as Ouyaba, the
capital of Mato Grosso, and postpones
the settlement of the boundary question
for six years. The writer also states that
it is ramored that tire treaty confers upon
all nations tbe right to navigate the river
Paraguay as far as Albuquerque, seven,
hundred miles above Assencion.
Affairs in Washington—Wmhingtm,
June 37.—The graduating class of West Faint
Cadets, were confirmed to-day by the Senate ea
The trial of Preston S. Brooks, for the assault
upon Mr. Sumner, is fixed for Monday.
We have hail accounts that martial law had
been declared in Pierce county, and that Judge
Lander had been arrested for attempting to hold
a court in that county. Oue of tho papera
To place this mutter before tbe people In
Its true ligbt-=we may sum it up briefly as fol
1st Governor Stevens declared Martial Law
in Fierce county, becabao it was his duty, and
luw and tbe evidenco Justified him in so doing;
be would have failed iu his duty if he had not.
3d. Judge Lander know ofthe existence of
martial law at tho time he commenced holding
court, that It was contrary to law to attempt
It—and he must have known it
fid. He was a prisoner at the time he attempt
ed to hold court at Olympia, and cited Gov
Stevens to impear before him, and release the
prisoners. This Is contrary to law and public
jnjjley In tho time of war, when martial law ex
4th. To meet this state of thlags, Gov. Ste
vens declared martial law ut Olympia, aud
again captured Lauder and sent him to Fort
Montgomery for safe keeping until he flogs the
hostile Indians and restores peace to the Terri
f>. Judge Lander, alter being arrested by the
Governors orders, Issues a writ for the arrest
mid imprisonment of (iorernor Stevens, but
the Marshall could get no ono to help him—and
the farce ended. We think tho Judge waa fix
up matters rather too froely—hla civil law
Is military law were badly mixed together.
Repuiilioan and American Union.
New York June 27.—Tho North Amorl-
can National Executive Committee have
issued au address, requesting the Ameri
cans every wlioro to hold aloof from all
ratification for a few days, whon thoy ex
pect all to bo made fully satisfactory for
,a union upon principles which roauire no
sacrifices Americana would not free!;
for union aud victory.
News from Kansas
St. Louis, June 27, 1856.
The Chicago company of emigrants
disarmed at Lexington an Sunday, were
aboard the Star of the West. When the
boat landed, a committee of citizens came
ou board and informed the captain of the
object of their visit. He introduced them
to Mr. Andrews, the president ofthe com-
y, who stated in reply to the demand
he committee that he had seventy-six
men under his charge, who were going to
Kansas to settle; that each one of them
had a gun, and they were determined to
keep them. The committee replied that
they were satisfied that tiro intentions of
the party were hostile, and that they were
recruits far tho Lane and Reeder party-in
Kansas, and the people of Lexingtou had
dotermined that they should not pass un
less they gave up their arms. After
considerable parleying, it was agreed that
the arms should be taken ashore, nnd
placed in the custody of a responsible
merchant, to be restored when the present
difficulties in Kansas shall be settled.
Tho arms were then produced from various
parts of the boat, and proved to be Hull’s
curbiues, all loaded and with bayonets at
Exquisite Sentiment.—“What!" ex
claimed the accomplished and fashionable
Fittswiggle to tho exquisitely lovely
Miss Bo La Sparrowgrass, “what would
yon be, dearest, if I should press the stamp
of love upon those sealing-wax lips J" “l, 1 -
jonded the fairy-like creature, “should
Sinking of the Steamer Moderator.
—Cincinati, June 27.—The steamer mode
rator, from Pittsburgh, with a cargo of
dry goods, struck on a snag 35 miles be
low here, last night, and sunk immediate
ly. N o lives were lost. Tho loss Jon the
vessel is not known.
eroubhlagly, making use of every object that
will sfforS them cover, until ' J ~
few bounds of their me;
power or muscle te dlspL
ted energy ofthe spring,
air and settles onthe.tbi ....
hla own body over tbo animal, whil
. they ore withlaa
Then the Jmmonoo
,d In the coneentn-
Ho files tbraogh the
root, usually throwing
• ■ ‘110 hla teeth
would give the coppera he bad tn his jpooket
After hearing him some time longer, he con
cluded that he would odd the etlvcr he hid in
his puree to tho coppers) bnt when tho mister
preacher had finished his discourse, and the
plate was banded around, Franklin untied his
pane, nnd taming it Upside down, emptied cop
pers, silver, and gold, and all Into the plate.
Savannah Market, July 1.
OOTTON-Tkls morning sales or 48 bales at 11#
Port of Savannah
.. .JULY 1
Steamship Kuoxvilla, Ludlow, New York—sixty-
two hours—Pxdolford, Fay k Co.
Steamship Keystone State, Hardee. Philadelphia
—O A Greiner.
Brig M J Ouxzons, Ellis, New York* In ballast—
J J Martin & co.
Schr L 8 Davis, AbeU, New York—Ogden, Starr
Stonmer Darlington, Brook, Polatka*.
I’er steamship Knoxville, from New York—Alkln
& Burns. H A Aldrich, Ccutral Railroad, J Brown,
.? A Brown, Butler k Frierson, EF Bock, 8 D Brunt-
loy & co, Mrs M Bateson, W H Burroughs. J Bryan,
Behu k Foster, Boston k Villilonga, Brigham, Kel
ly & co, J A Barron, It Bolden, S M Culling, M A
Cohen k brother, A H Champion, Cheever &co, R
F Cole k brother, Cohen k Hertz, J M Cooper k go,
Church k Moses, Clngborn k Cunningham, M A Oo-
hon. Crane, WclM & co, J Dickson k co, W Duncan,
Do Witt k Morgan, W G Dickson, W M Davidson, W
D Etheridge, Dana k Washburn, L X Fulligant, W
H Farrell. E Fitzgerald, Capt J F Gilmer, G Gomon-
dco, G M Griffin, Gray brothers, Mrs O Ganabl, W H
Gulon, W W Goodrich, seaborn Goodall; Horndcn’s
Express, R B Hilton, X A Hardee k oo, Hudson k
Flemming. J M Haywood, Wm Hale, A Haywood.
Hunter k Gammell, A J Hatridge, Wm B Jackson, J
It Jesse, P Jacobs, O Johnson, N B Knapn, King k
Waring, Wm King k sons. M Lavin, I-ovell k Lattl-
more, W W Lincoln, J Iippmsn, J M LafUteau, G T
Lvthrop k go, Lockett k Juellings, CAL Lamar, N
Lyou, D Mallett k co, McKee k Bennett, W H May
<£ co, J B Moore & co, IW Morrell, J Nicholson, G 8
Niuholj k zo, E O'Byrne, D O'Counor, Ogden, Starr
k co, Piersou, Holdt k co. Palmer k sun, C C Poole,
E Parsons k co, Patten. Hutton iico.J Ryan, Rabun
k Smith, M J Rellley, Ruse, Davis k Long, J Rber-
lock k co, Scranton. Johnson k co, Snyder A Askew
I K Tefit, W A Thomas, M D Treanor, W M Wodley.
SBftH Weed, Warnock & Davis, w T Williams, W
II Wlltberger. Webster k Palmes. 8 Wilraot, Way k
Taylor, E O Wade, Wayno. Grenville k co, Youug
Wyatt k co, Yonge k Frierson, and W D Zogbaum.
Per stonmshlp Koystono State, from Philadelphia
—if X Aldrich, Butler k Frierson, L D Brantley k
co, A llackor, Dr H C Berrien, WII Burroughs, J M
Cooper k co, Olughorn k Ouuuingbam. A H Chum-
plon, M A Cohen, Craue, Wells & co, D D Copp, R F
Cole k brother, J Dickson, Dana k Wushburfl, E J
Truchelot k brother, Frankllu k Braatby, Wm P
Hunter, C A Groluer, E1. Harriott, Holcombe, John-
aan & co. King k sons, W W Lincoln, J Lippmati, L
l.ilicuihal, J M Ladltenii, Lynn &8uyder,0 A L La
mar. H Morse, K W ..eeoh, H D Kenney, 1W Moreil
k co, McMahon k Doyle, Ogden, Starr & co, Patten,
Hutton k co, Rosenberg k Wetkaud, F J Rosenberg,
J Ryau, H Roberts, Ruse, Davis & Long, Ruilroaa
Agent, J Riche I, *cruntou, Johnston k co, J Weigh*
leu. Nli&H Weed. Wm T Williams, W M Wodley,
Webstar It Palmes, Way & Taylor, Wayno, Gren
ville k co, Wyatt & co, and Yunge k Frierson.
Per steamship Knoxville, from New York—F. M
Mayo, R Stafford, W Lechorzco. A Smith, TR Mil
ler, J Puttou, O Schlatter, A O Mitchell, N A Pratt,
Col CF Mills, Mrs Dickey and son. Rev J Winn and
lady, T H Braatloy, G J Mollet, M Rhodes J Scwatz,
J Landretb, and 8 steerage.
Per steamship Keystone State, from Phllsdelpla—
Miss E Dillon, Miss N Blots, Miss A Dillon, R Knox,
F L Thompson, 8 Muller, O Murfoy, Dr W Huber
und'lady, J P Norman, 8 Lundies, J Tipton, J Dll-
lonn, Mrs Young.
JBI8B T. BERNARD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Reference—Gsorgo L. Brown, William Doll, New-
nsnsvlllo, Fla., K. B. Hilton, Boston k Villalonga,
8avannah, Qa. rnyll
M. WHIT SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AUWATOa, EAST FLORIDA.
WIU praottoe In the Eastern and Southern Counties.
Refer to—Col. 8. 8. Sibley, and R. B. Hilton, 8a<
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices Law in tbe various Counties or the Oc«
mulgeo Circuit, and the adjoining Counties of Twiggs,
Laurens and Washington.
Refer to—John Boston, H. A. Crane, and R. B
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Commissioner ofthe U. S, Court of Claims for
the State of Georgia.
Oflice Corner Bay and Bull streets,
UR. C11AULE6 II. GOLDING.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, No. 14 LIBERTY 8T.,
Ono door west oi 1 Drayton,
WM. C. CONNELLY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
UJXLLA, WORTH COUNTY, .IA., (I’OMT UttlCK, ALBANY.)
Will practise in the Soutlu^ij Circuit,and in Macon,
Dooly and Worth Counties onho Macon Circuit.
4SjT Particular attention giveu to the collection oi
claims in South-Western Georgia. . Jo2—0m
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
febl-ly IKW1NTON, QA.
ATTORNB Y8 AT LAW,
apfr-ly MACON, OA.
A. H. CHAMPION.
(Successor to Champion & Watts.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OUOUER,
No. 4 Barnard nt., between the Market aud Bay *C,
Dealer in Groceries, Foreign uud Domestic Liquors,
Dried Fruits, &c., &c.
Reference—a. Champion, Esq., Samuel Solomons,
Esq., Messrs. Kubun & Whitehead, aud Swlit At Co.,
Savannah, Ga. myl»
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
TroupvlUe, Lowndes County, Ua.
Will practice in Thomas, Lowndes, clinch, Waro,
Appling, TeUuir, Irwin, Laurens, aud Pulaski
counties, Georgia; aud in Jelfeteou,Madison, Ham
ilton, uud Columbia counties, Florida. [myll
WM. WtUAUUL THADUKUS OliVKR. JACK BROWN.
WILLIAMS, OLIVER & BROWN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Buena Vista, Marion County, Ga.,
Will practice iu tbe counties of Marlon, Macon, Hous
ton, Stewart, Randolph, Muscogee, Lee, aud any
adjoining counties, where their services may be
JOHN R. COCHRANE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Dublin. Laurens county, Ga„ late Junior partner ol
tbo firm of A. k J. cocukanb, Irwuitou, Ou., will
attend promptly to all business entrusted to ids
care. Particular attention paid to colicctiug. Re
ference—Dr, C. li. Guyton, F. 11. Rowe, DubUu,
Ga., M Marsh, Savannah.• myll
Factor and General Commission Merchant
MO; 71 BAT4TKEKT, SAVANNAH. OA.,
Rxf&ks to—Messrs. Clog horn Cunningham, Bell
k Preutlss, Ogdon, Starr k Co., Savauuah; J. 1',
rhompaou, Boston. oov 1
WM. AUDLKY OOUftfK. JSO. COUPKR FRASKR.
COUPER & FRASER,
FACTORS k GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Day struct, Suvuuuuli, Ga. [myll
JOHN G. FALLIGANT,
WHOLES ALB AND RETAIL DEALER IN
WINDOW DUNDS, WINDOW SASH AND PANE
West side Monument Square, Savannah, Ga.
JOHN C. BOOTH,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Will also give his attention to designs in Architec
ture. Olllce iu the sioro of John Williumson, Esq.,
Bay street. myla
CHAFFER & CO.,
No. O Whitaker Street, Savannah, Ga.,
WHOLESALE ANP RETAIL PKALKKS IN
ASHES. Dliuds, Doors, Mouldings, &o, White
. J Loud, Zinc, White Llusued, Sperm, Whale, Tan
ners'mid NeatsfeotOilri, Gloss, Drushus. Gold Leal,
Bronze, Builders’ Hurihvuru. Nails, Marble Mantels,
Mu., ko. je4
Cool.—The Town Talk tells of a rascal
who wus caught with his hand in uuother
man’s pocket, at the Metropolitan Saloon,
the other evening, and excused himself
-Now, gentlemen, this is all a mistake
—on my honor it is, I nevor intended to
rob that man, and he knows it. When
a man is in a crowd, and his hands loose,
he is just os apt to poke it in somebody
Iso's pocket as his own. I was iu precise
ly such a fix. I happened to Blids my
band down in that man’s pocket, thinking
it was my' own—and I felt certain it was
my pocket, when I discovered it didn’t con-
Inin nary red,'”
The London journals publish an account
ofthe capture of tho bark Hymen, Capt.
Smith, 400 tons register, bound for An
cona, by Moorish pirates.
Condemnation of a Si.aver.—A fow
days since we noticed a decree having
lieen passed condemning the schooner O.
F. A. Cole ns a slaver, with orders to bo
sold as such. It appears that Borne time
in May the schooner wus found ashore in
the Chesapeake Bay, near the mouth of
the Potomac river, and brought to the
city by a number of pilots, who libelled
her to recoversalvage. The vessel presents
every appearance of having been engaged
in the slave trade, having a slave deck,
grated hatches, and furnished with seven
ty casks of water. Upon being raised
five auger holes were found bored through
her bottom, leaving not the slightest doubt
that she hud been intentionally castaway.
Tho decree passed by the Court was that
she should bo sold, and that one-half of
the pnrehase money should go to the pilots
as Bttlvugo.—Baltimore Patriot.
The Leopard’s Attack—Tho power ot
leopard is wonderful in proportion to Ills
weight I have seen a hill-grown ballook with
lb neck broken by tho leopard that attacked it
It to the popular belief that the effect 1b pro-
duoedby ablowof the paw. This la not tho
csso. Few leopards rush boldly to the attack,
ik« a dog. They stalk their game, and advance
jjf At a meeting of a portion of the Com-
fiK-Sh wtosUmed officers or tho First Regimout
O. M., to take action on tbe subject of tho Election
fer a Colonel for Bald Regimout, to bo held at tbe
Court House in this city on Saturday, 6th July.
On motion, Capt. Thomas Hovne.s was called to
tho Chair, aud Kuflfga John Reedy appointed Secre
tary. Tito following resolutions wero olferod by
Lieut, C. C. Hussey.
Jletolved, That as a portion of tho other Officers of
tho Regiment have nominated a candidate for elec
tion to tbo offico of Colonel, and as we had no parti
cipation in said numtuatlou—
Be it therefore Betolvcd, That this moetlng nomi
nate IJeut. Col. James Sullivan, os a suitable and
proper candidate to tho rauk of Col. 1st Regiment,
1st Brigade, 1st Division G. M., vice Col. R, D. Wal
ker rosigued. Unauimouly curried.
Capt. THOS. HOYNE9, Chairman.
John Reedy, Secre’ary.
Savauuah, 28th June, I860.3t Jy 4
DRS. LBFLBR df WILCOX, Dentist*.
ARE now fully prepared to in
sert full or partial autts of Tecta
on tho priuciple of Dr. J. Allcns’s
Patent Continuous Gum, Dy tliir
improvement, the form of the face can tie restored to
any dogroe ol' rotundity that may be dusired. It in
applicable in all custu where tbo checks havo fallen
iu and caunot be detected by*he closest observer.—
This method catubltuis the followingw IvautAges-.—
An artificial gum, which exhibits a perfectly natural
and llfe-liko appearauuc, uud impurfe to tho thcetb
that peouliar expression which characterizes the na
This Gum consists or a sil&ctous compound, which
la appliod and fUsed upon tho Teeth and Plato In such
a manner, as to fill up ail tho interstices around the
baso of the Teeth, and also unites them firmly to
each other and to the Plate upuu which they are
sett. This secures perfect cloaulinees of tho Teeth.
Office over DeWitt k Morgan, CongresBstreet.
%* Republican and Georgian copy. fob 16—tl
X 60 barrels Mess Pork,
26 do Priuto do
Landing and for sale by
myl4 HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON k 00.
H AVANA SEGARS-30,000 choice Havana
Sugars—Couchus, Ia Esmeralda, El Otysoi,
Exculsors, Rio Hondo, Captain Alchorn, La Liel,
Jonn Smith, and various other brauds, imported di
rect by me, and fer sale at tho lowest cash prices,
tnayld J. A. BROWN.
Mr. Editors Pleaso announco E.F.T,
w Rowland, as a Candldato fer Colonel of 1st
Regiment, 1st llrigado, 1st Division G.M., at tho
Election tn he held on Saturday, tho 5th July.
BY A. THOMAS & CO.
Will be sold, at tbo Btore No. 110 Bryau st, opposite
8. Wllmot’s Jewelry store, commencing ut 10
o'clock on Thursday morning, tbo 2ud lust.
A pirtion^or Mr. A. H. Champion's stock of
Groceries, slightly damaged by the iato fire, as also
a variety of oilier articles too numerous to men
P .8. We will continue receiving goods up to 9
o’clock ou day of sale.
WM. 8. DANIELL,
Offico ovor Thomas II. Turner k Co.’s Drug
Store, Bay street. my7
FAS. & HOOK. FKkD. T. TX8KAU.
HOOK * TBBBAU,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practise In Washington, JolToreon, Scriven,
Burke, Kmouuol, Tattnall, and Montgomery of tbe
Middlo Circuit, and Wilkinson or tho Ocmulgeo Cir
D. A. O'BYRNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office 176, Bay-st., over Turnor k Go’s. Drug Stare)
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office Monument Square, near State Bank.
8. W. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Moutlcello, Jefferson County, Fla.
Reference—lion. W. B. Flkmlvu, Savannah, Ga,
EDWARD G. WILSON.
MAGISTRATE, NOTARY AND
At Mcasrfl. Ward k Owens' Law Offico.
C. W. MAtlilY,'"
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
nUNKUH, tniARD OO., QA.
WiU attend to professional buslnessln tho Counties
or Hoard, Carroll, Campbell, Coweta, Fayette, Meri
wether and Troup.
Reforouco—Hon. E. Y. HiU, L&Grange, Ga.; Hon.
David Irwin, Mariotta, Go.: Colonel M. M. Tidwell,
Kbyottevillo, Ga-t and Mr. William Dougherty. Co
lumbus, Ga. sepl7-iy
CltANS, WELLS * CO.,
FACTORS A 0 JMMISS10N MERCHANTS,
A tlantic lead.—c-omtanti, on bin
ami tor .ala .1 CBASVkK V CO.’n,
apr30 Ko. 8 WlilUXeratTMt.,
J^AOON SIDES k SHOULDERS—
ibds Prim# Bsoon Bides,
Landing and for salt by
my# SCRANTON, JOHNSTON, k OO.
■ONtiUaH potato**'—au tuunjMrf cbpjMftttng
JJ Potatoes, In email package. For ftunlly use.—
Fur Halo by [ranyZ7] J. A. BROWN.
by ' [maya7] .
pHAMPAGNE-12 baskets genuine Heidslo
V'Champagno In store and for tale by ■ ■
maylo • OOTAr
S TARCH, COFFEE AND CANDY.-
Starch; 60 do Ground Ooffeoj
Gandy, received and for sate by
June4 - ‘
tfl, Qolfoeci —
„ , Hibbert's Londu. 4V .«.,
Scotch Axu; Claret and other tVioss; at 1 .'
Family Urocery Stars,
corner Whitaker and Chariton sts.
JOHN S. NORRIS,
H AVING resumed tho practice ofhlaprolaa-
Sion, Oilers hii services to his friends uul the
public oa on Architect and superintendent.
lfefligus tot any part or tbe country lupnlkd and
executed lu all the various branches of .nl* profea-
diou, such as Public Edilicefl, Stores,• Dwellings,
Monuments, ko. Thoroughly Flro ProoT btore* as
signed aud executed. Office at present in Bay Lane,
rear of ttm Custom House. jan a—ly
1 DUOK WEST OF THK REPUBLICAN EIAWKQ MOVM.
Clothing : Hats
and Gaps, Shirts,
W.O. Price, Also, I
SA VAWN AH,
Orders from city aud county solicited.
ahdi Veatihgs, Will
oe made to mea-
Pulaski House Barber Shop,
Owens' Brick Budding, opposite the Pulaski ,
FIVE WORKMEN KNOAOID*
Marshall House Barber Shop,
FOUR WORKMEN ENGAGE).
nPHE subscriber, thankful to his fellow-citlseni
X lor tho liberal patrouage be has received, and
is still receiving, bugs respectfully to inform (hem
that bo has engaged sufficient additional ttrat-oiua
workmen from some of the bost Barber Shops in
Now York, and will be enabled to accommodate as
many geutlomen as may honor him with their pa
N. B.—The Barbershops ore closed on Sundays—
strangers will pleaso bear this in mind.
0. «. UAHH1SON. - A. 0. MCOXHD
HARRISON di McGEHEE,
AUCTION, COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND
39 AND 61 BKOAMTKOCT, COLUMUUB, QEOK0IA.
ter Particular aUcatloa given to the sale, or bmI
Fstute, Negroes and Produce.
AST Liberal advances made on Negroes and Her-
RUSE, PATTEN & CO. )
GUNDY A DANIEL, VColumbus. Ga.
STEWART, GR AYA CO. J
RUSE, DAVIS k LONG,)
WlLWRlUHT, J Hannah.
YOUNG, ATKINS k DUNHAM, \
c. A. cut RENE k co., ’) Apalachicola
IX tl tllll'I'U I ir n Ltl. ll.k.a..'
II. 8. SMITH, t Mobile, Alabama'
150 bogs good to prime Rio Coffeo;
76 bogs old Government Java do;
■dJO bugs old brown Java do; m
out iuta stuuvt's A, U and C (.tariffed ML
JO “ “ Crushed and Pulverized do;
40 hhils Porto Rico, New Orleans, and Muscovado
60 boxes Stuart's LoaT Sugar;
50 hhds bides aud Shoulders;
Z6 casks Trowbridge and Beaty't Hams;
151) bbls Dunmead and Oakley Flour;
76 bbts and haU bbls Canal lour;
160 bbls Butter. Sugar and 1'iffit Crackers;
50 boxes Soda Crackers;
200 boxes various brands and qualities Tobscoo; /
25 coses My er’s Aromatic uq:
16d bbls Cuba and New Orleans Molasses;
60 hbda Cuba do;
60 bbls No. 1 loaf Lard; ’
200 kegs and cans Lard:
6 M lb Bar Lead;
auu bags Drop and Buck Shot;
600 kegs, bans and quurtcrs, Dupont's Powdsr:
73 bbL Muh3 and Prime Pork’; ’
50 boxes Nectar Whisky;
100 quarts Sckoidum schnapps;
100 casks pints Ale and Porter:
300 bbls rectified Whisky; *
100 bbls Now England Rum;
161) bbls Phelps auu E Phelps' Gin;
60 casks common and pure Malaga Wine;
60 bblH Wkito Wiue and Cider Vinegar;
20orates empty Wlno Bottles:
500 boxes, Soap, Starch, and Candies;
Iu store and fer sale ou accommodating terms
maylo HOLCOMBE. JOHNSON h 06
Q ILLS, Laces, Embroideries, White Good,
O Mitts, ko., Just being opened and for sale by
J. W. THRELKELD,
Cor. Congress aud Whitakor_sts.
**o We ore receiving the London Level
VTV Watches, ofthe must celebrated makers, n-
Srf J|Gold and Silver cusos. R. F. Cooper's Du-
MUlSplox Watches, Watches for Timing Horses,
fine &vmtiChronometers, which wo otfor at rcaaona
hie rrlccB, at our now sioro in Gibbons’ Range,
septaj D. B. NICHOLS k CO.
NEW TIN BTORE AND SHEET-IRON
141 SOUTH OF MAKKKT WJUARB, BRTAJt STRUT.
a. I would inform my old friends and patront
ASM I have opened the above store to conduct tin
AhMStave,Tin and Sheet-Iron Buslnessln all lu
various forms, aud where will bo found a gen
eral assortment of Stoves, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware,
which 1 will bo pleased to show, and at such prict
i will satisfy any one wishing to purchase.
All kinds or Roofing, Gutters of Lead, Galvanize:
Iron Work of every doscription, Job Work and Re
pairing executed with dispatch, old Stoves put up
and Pipes furnished ut short nouco.
Un Wore at wholesale and retail. Call down ou
Bryan street, it will pay you for your walk.
' JOHN J. MAURICE, Agent.
FRENCH CHINA, WHITE GRANITE.
ANU GLASS WARE. ,
145 KKCT1NG STREET. CHAKU8TOX, SOUTH CAKOUVA.
f The subscribers respectfully solicit,--^
from tho traveling public, an inspection ■HI
of thoir stock or French and tffiglisbVIl
China, in plain white, gold band, and IV
decorated dlnnor, desert, breakfast, tea, toilet, tete-a-
tete sots and vases. Also, Cups and Saucers, &c., ol
the celebrated Sevres China. White Granite of tho
bost manufacturers. Rich cut French, English and
They havo a variety of ornaments in Parisian
Ware, Busts ol Calhoun, Clay, Webster, and others,
tndsuitueics ofthe Greek Slave, Venus de Medici*,
sc., &c. '
They havo also a beautiful, durable and cheap aril,
ole for fioors and hearths, of
Plain and EncaiuUo Tiles*
jphelr stock being very general, carefully selected
aud imported direct, otfers inducements to merobnnta
at well as families, to whom goods will be put up at
the lowest rates for cash.
WEBB & SAGE, Importers,
successors lo Cameron. Webb k Co.
■\rh.W UO&HEN BUTTER AND CHEEtK—16 ttHw
JLv and 10 kegs choluo new ftoakeu Butter; 20
v>ux©* Goshen Cheese, landing from steamer and for
sale by SCRANTON, JOHNSTON k OO.
i Largo hi zed Photographs, ta
AT TWELVE DOLLARS »‘ER DOZEN
Also, Ambrolypes and Da-
guorreotypes, in his usual su
perior style. A call is solicited.
J. W. MILLER,
mar27 cr. St. Jullon-st. and Market square.
CARY’S DAGUBREOTYPE8, AMBRO-
typei and Photography.
P. M. CARY
W OULD respectfully give notice ilmt his
rooms are now opcu for the season, and rea
dy tor the reception of visitors.
By the Ambrotypk process persons may now have
their children’s pictures taken, lu ulmost any posi
tion thoy may choose, in from 1 to 3 secodds swting,
By tho PnoToaiuFuic process old Daguorreotypei:
can bo transferred to paper, beautifully colored and
enlarged to life. oct 22
BROUGHTON STREET HACK AND
The undersigned haviug put the
above Stables iu good condition,
are prepared to accommodate thoir
customers with Carriages, Hacks,
Buggies, Sulkies, ko., with sound, gentle, and well
broke herses. and carcfril drivora. Horses boarded
on accommodating terms, and woll cared for. Two
pairs oT fine Carriago Horses for sale. Inquire cor
ner or Barnard aud Broughton streets.
apU4—ly STEVENS k ELLISTON.
WiU take contracts for Building and Working Ma-
mry of every description. Residence, No. 3 Mrs
Jewett's Range, South sldo Jonns st. oet 80
WOOD AND LUMBER,
A LL kinds of Wood, Boards. Plonks. Joist,
JjL Timber. Shingles, Light-wood, l’oats, Eastern
Laths and Pallings, (Or safe, at wholesale and retail,
low for cash.on tho new wharr recently erected on
tho Lumber Yard of Robert A. Allen A Oo.
marls—ly WM. J. h. MOULTON
J UST RECEIVED, per schooner J, R. AUeu, from
CELEBRATED UNRIVALLED PREMIUM
CAKES and CRACKERS,
Jumbles, Eemou Cakes,
Tea Cakes, Scotch Cakes,
Ginger Snaps, Edinburgh Cakes
Milk Biscuit, 8oda Biuuiut,
icuit, Flo Me Biscuit, &C.
Jimo20 corner Whitaker and Charlton-sts.
A tuMFhUTE OUTFIT HoUffl
I S an important item, and to know whereto
get oxuctly what is wanted 1s equally important,
“KENNEDY & BEACH’S”
Hodgaouta New Block. Corner of BrotiaH-
ton and Ball Streets,
and you will find everything pertaining to House
Keening os well as Refrigerators, Meat Safes, Wood-
ec Ware, and Tin Ware, Willow Ware, beautiftil
Water Coolers, Patent ice Pitchers, Brushesln every
variety, Bird Cages, Bathiug Tubs, indeed nearly
everything that can be call id fer, recollect tho place,
O sNABURGS—30 bales Osnoburgs, Mowton and
THomastou Mills, Just received and f« r sale by
JmtelB CRANE, WELLS k CO.
A HOME STEAD FOR $101 H-u /
Farms and Bullulugs Lota,
iu the gold region of Virgluia, (Culptpper County,)
to be divided amongst 10.200 si.bterioere ou uie
17th of September, 1866, for the benefit of Port
Royal Female Academy. Subscriptions only ten
debars each—one-half uown, tho rest on the deliv
ery ortho deed. Every subscriber will get a Build
ing Lot or Farm, ranging in value from $10 to
$26,000. Thcso Farms and Lots are void op cheap
to induco settlements, a sufficient number being re
served, tho increase in tbo valuo or' wh'cb wiU
compensate for tho apparont low price now a»ked.
The most ample security will be given for the
fatththl performance or contracts and promisee.
Moro Ageuts aro wanted to obtain aubscribers, to
whom tho most liberal Inducements will bo given.
Some Agents write that they are making $200 per
month. Advertising will bo done tor- every Agent
where poeslblo. For frill particulars, subscrip
tions, Agencies, &o., apply to .
Je24—dfcwlm ' Port Royal, Caroline Co.,V*.