VOLi XXXVin [OLD SERIES.]
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The above ratos to tako cITVct from sod artcr this
ALEXANDER A SNEED, Republican,
R. a HILTON A CO., Georgian it Journal,
THOUP80N A WILMINGTON, A’etej.
Savannah, July 1,18M.
WEDNESDAY. Two O’clock P. SI.
Questions mid Anawera,
We have only n moment for the Republican'.
anawera and queries. The former we pass by
altogether for the present.
The lint clause or question No. 1, we answer
yea; second, toe understand Ur. Buchanan In
his letter of acceptance, to say nothing about
the Oatend Polloy.
No. 3; yes.
No. 3; no.
No.4s ya, Ueanlng by "people of a terri
tory," what Ur. Buchanan says he means—to
wit t “people ofthe territory assembled In con
vention to form a State Constitution.”
To No. 5 wo reply that whether Ur. Buchan'
an In 1644 reluctantly agreed to tho annexa
tion of Texas, and for the reasons assigned by
the Republican—know not. But this we
do know that he voted for the annexation orTexas
\cilh slavery, while Ur. Fillmore declared hlm-
aelf Inflexibly opposed to her annexation so
tongas she held slaves. If the Republican Is
satlsflcd with a comparison of the record o f the
two'on the Bul\|ect of Texas annexation—we are.
No. 6. “Was not Ur. Buchanan atone tlino
a Federalist and opposed to Ur. Uadi son and
the war or 18121” Wo answer yankee fashion
by asking was not Ur. Webster at all lima “a
Federalist, and opposed to Ur. Madison and the
war of 1812 ?’—and did not the Republican
advocate his election to the presidency four
years since? Wear 111 add however that Ur.
Buchanan opposed tie war of 1812 by fighting
the enemy while the men who made federalism
a reproach and Afning opposed it by a. titling
Here are tho Republican^ interrogatories in
1. Does the Georgian A Journal approve of
the resolution of the Cincinnati convention In
regard to the foreign polloy or our government,
ana, in connection therewith, of the Ostend
manifesto? And does itunderstand Ur. Buchan
an, Inblsletter of acceptance to approve of
2. Does tho Georgian A Journal approve of
the action of the Cincinnati convention upon
the propesed road to the Puclflo.
3. Does it sanction the principle laid down
by Ur. Bucbanau In bis letter to Thaddeus San
ford, Esq., of Mobile, in which bo says, “that
Congress possesses tbo (exclusive) power to
legislate upon the subject of slavery in the Ter
4. Does It''approve of that -portion of Ur.
Buchanan’s letter of acceptance, in which he
declares “that the people of a territory, like
those of a State, shall decide for themselves,
whether slavery shall or shall not exist within
8. Did not Ur. Buchanan, in the U. S. Sen
ate, in 1844, reluctantly agree to the nnnexu-
tlon of Texas, and that on the ground, as he
expressly stated, that it would "be the means of
limiting, not enlarging the, dominion of slave
6. Was not Ur. Buchanan at one time a Fed-
earilst, and opposed to Mr. Uadison And the war
Mxsjna. Editors i—I am convinced the want
of an opening to let the smoke escape to the
streets In our modern improvements Is the cause
of much loss—had there been two or three
auger holes of an lnoh or two diameter in the
uppor end or the door of the store that was on
fire last evening, the Are would havo been
arrested before any damage was done. The
underwriters might make It a condition that
would soon make It the universal custom.
AkuuuiK Litiibatukk in Gbbuany.—The
Allgemelne Zoltuug of May IT, has the follow
ing items or American literary news:
“ Alphonse Duerr of Leipzig, continues the
S ubllcatlon of his "Collection of Standard
.mericau Authoru,” and a number of hand
somely printed volumes of this beautiful work
are already in tho hands of the public. Long
fellow's works are published in live volumes, the
last containing an excellent translation ofthe
“ Hong of Hiawatha,” Donald G. Mite hell’s
(Ike Marvel) “ lleveries ol a Bachelor,” and
“ Dream Life, a Fable of of tbo Seasons," are
also published. The Uagaaiue of Foreign Lite
rature describes them os “ books which a Ger
man could have written, so ideal Is the author
and bo fantastic are his creations.”—This series
also iucludes the puems of Bryant, the best
among all the American lyrics; Franklin's
Biography, with the continuation, by Jared
Sparks; Hawthorn; Poe ; and what Is parti
cularly welcome, the “ History of Philip the
Second, King ol Spain,” by W. H.Prescott, tho
celebrated historian of Mexico and Peru, and
of the time ot Ferdinand aud Isabella. The
publishing office or Duerr has made arrange
ment for is still larger edition of this work, with
notes in fhil.”
UxruomsT Prkaoukr Tarred and Feath
ered.—Tho cltlxcns of ItochcHter, Andrew
county, Mo., being Ignorant of tho action of
tho Methodist General Conference, recently
held at Indianapolis, and supposing that the
conference bad adopted the resolutions prohib
iting members from holding slaves, held a
meeting and declared the Northern Methodist
Church in that place a nuisance, and that the
Methodist preacher in charge should desist
from preaching. The minister having declined
to comply with tho order, was treated to a coat
ot tar and feathers. In tho difficulty which oc
curred, another ihun named Holland, an aboli
tionist , was killed. A series of resolutions were
adopted, declaring that every Northern Metho
dist untl-slavery man lu the country should be
notified by the Vigilance Committee, to pack
up and leave, “and in the event of their refusal,
the committeo to make repoit ofthe same to
the meeting, at which time this meeting will
take such measures us may be most expedient
ibr their Immediate expulsion from our midst.’
News fhcu New Mexico andtue Plains—
Tbo Santa Fo mall has arrived at St. Louis,
bringing dates to Hay 31.
The Navajo Indians continue their depreda
tions, aud it Is thought that the difficulties can
not bo settled without resort to astroug military
force, os an opinion seems to prevail among the
Indians that their power is superior to thut of
the Uuited States. The Apaches wore also res
The military of Santa Fe had commenced the
construction of new quarters for the officers and
men of tho Quartermaster's Department. The
work on the State House, penitentiary aud Sur
veyor Geueral's office hud also been commenc
Lieut. Adams, Johnson, Whistler and Jack-
son, have been detailed for the general recruit
ing service, and will leave the Territory in time
to report themselves at Carlisle barracks, Fort
Columbus, by the 18th or July.
The Court Martial for the trial of Captain
Scauimon and Lieut. Norrison adjourned sine
die on the 13th.
Tiie Annual Lie.—The periodiclle about tho
Yellow Fever in Charleston aud Savannah, has
been started on its courso, making it necessary
lor the authorities and the press to deny its
truth. We are sufficiently well acquainted with
the editors of the latter city, to be uble to state,
that they will give due notice of the presence
of this scourge, should it visit them this sum
mer, which Heaven forbid. Nor do we believe
that tho Charleston press would fail to do their
duty in suoh a contingency—Coiumbun Sun,
We give this afteruuon the full particulars of
the lire lost night. The interior ofthe store oc
cupied by Urs. Blumensweig, is badly burned.
Her goods are fully insured in two offices -the
Valley of Virginia, Minis A Johnston, agents,
also in an Eastern office, A. Wilbur agent
The stock of goods in the store next door north,
occupied byUrs.Hilzhelm,are badly damaged
but (tally insured In the Monarch Fire A Life
Insurance Cu., of London, Jos. McHenry agent
The building Is owned by Mrs. Marshall. It will
take 81200 to put it in repair. It is Insured In
tho Pha-nix London Office, II. Habersham A
By the active exertions of tho Fire Depart
ment the fire was confined to tho store of Blu
mensweig, otherwise the whole block would
have been destroyed- Too much praise can
not be given to the German i ose Co., No. 10,
for their prompt exertions on this occasion, us
on similar ones; their spirit aud activity can
not be to highly emulated, uud we hope the
day Is not far-distant when the Engine voted
for by the City Council, will bo given to them.
The Hose cart utbiched to the Oglethorpe Fire
Co., No.l, was prompt lu rendering efficient
service; though untuned by young men their
efflcioucy and spirit commands attention, and
bids fairto become valuable adjuncts in time ol
Flouti and Grain—The quantity of grain
and fluur coming east by way of the Lukes is
very lurge. The Cleveland Ohio, Piaiudealer,
of .Saturday, says the uumber of barrels ol
flour exported from that port by lake this sea
son to thut time was 172,410, ugulnt 84,002 lu
the same months of 1880, a dillurenco In fuvor
ot 180U of 48,824 barrels. The export of corn
for 1800 amounts to 103,180 bushels against
411,270 bushels in the sumo month of 1880 a
difference of 112,800.
Hathihony in Ho stun—Thus fur during the
present year there is a considerable lulling o!>
in tho number or marriages in this city, as com
pared with the sumo period of lust year. With
in u short time two males of nearly sixty
years have been married to females of less
than twenty years, whilo a considerable number
ol males ol lllty and upwurds have lieeu mar
ried to females ui thirty and under-Trace!,
A RinicL'Lot'u Hroiiv— In the Loudon Times
of the 11th Ii-st. we llnd the following note ad
dressed to its editors;
Hut:—Duriug tho Mexican war the Uuited
Btutes openly enlisted men I'ortheir service both
in Upper and Lower Canada; they hud ugeuts
belli at Niagara and In the Eastern tuwiisblps.
Hurely this is a sufficient precedent aud justifies
the ucilou of the English government about
which so much noise has been made. You may
rely on the truth of this statement*
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
JuiinHUummins, Lt. Col. O. M.
A Slaver Off.—New York, June 28s
—It is stilted that tho brig Falmouth,
which wu8 recently condemned aud sold
iwu Bluver, wiuj bought by Interested jmr-
tica, und immediately dispatched on her
Fuwiont’b Cjianuka!—-tu order to elect Fro-
h® muit carryall the free Ktatea eu masse,
with the exception or 27 votes, the exact numb
aSWJi * 1 2 3 4 * 6 * u> Pennsylvania- If he lose Venn
ing canattbrdto lose noth
Indignation Meeting.—A large and
respectable meeting was hold at Piedmont
Station, Ya, on the 26th Inst., Ibr the
purpose of expressing their indignunt
sentiments in relation to the course pur
sued by Jno. O. Underwood of Clarke
county, and Geo. ltyo of Shenandoah, in
representing Virginia at the Black Re
publican Convention recently held in
As Old Man Dead*—Col. Henry Moore, of
Victsbarg, Miss., died at sea, on kisretnrn
home, ou the 16th of May last. He was a
native of Newport, Rhodo island, and died at
the advanced ago ot 86 years. It is said that
he hasjtukenjby the hand by every president from
Washington to Pierce. He partook of the last
Christmas dinner in Vicsburg, at the table ol
his grand daughter, Mrs. L. R. Coleman, and
bad the happiness to see around him four gene
Paper from Cotton Seed.—The edi
tor of tho Gluvestou, Texas, Nows has re
ceived a letter from an eminent chemist in
the North, enclosing Lima sample of paper
manufactured from tho hull of tho cotton
seed thut he sent to tho North, showing
that the finest quality paper cau bo made
from the seed. A charter is now pending
in the Texas Legislature to manufacture
Indian Outrage.—A letter from Fort
Mclutosh, Texas, uuder date of tho 5th
inst., states that information had been re
ceived there that Paymaster Hill and his
escort hud becu ‘attacked by Indians at
Devil’s river, tbo corporal of the
and tho major badly wounded. The
cort numbering twenty-two, the attacking
Indians about fifty warriors. Thu wagon
which they guarded contained $10,000,
but the Indians did not succeed in captur
Marlin Luther Maid: —When I lay socking
at my mother’s breast, I bail no notion how I
should afterward eat, driug or live. Even bo
we on earth have no idea what the life to come
Sympathy.—An “ indignation mooting” has
been got up in Columbia county. N. Y.,to con
dole with Francis J. Kay on *' his late expulsiou
from Virginia, and tho general unkind treat*
ment to which be wus subjected by;tho citizens
of that Stute.”
In Broadway, says the N. Y. Times, a “seam
less skirt,” for ladies, is advertised. Anything
that will make tbelr skirts seem loss will be
grateful to gentleman, and to ladies, too, who
bavo to pass through hoop frequented streets'
Sailing of the Ahago.—New York,
June 2H,—Tho Arngo sailed hence to-day
for Havre, with $200,000 in specie,
New York State, this fall, has a contest for
the ollice of Governor. It is believed thut the
candidate of tiie KepubUcans will be George
Law: ofthe Americans,Krustus Brooks,and of
the Democrats, Israel Hutch.
The People’s Theatre at Cincinnati which was
recently destroyed by lire is to be rebuilt ou a
Arrival of tub Suiimaiunk Oaiilb to
Connect Newfoundland with Nova
Scotia.—Halifax, June 27.—Tho steam
ship “Propontis” from Ijondon, with the
sub-marine cable for tho Now York, New
Fouudlund and London Telegraph Com
pany, to be laid,) across tho Gulf of St,
Lawrence aud to connect Newfoandioud
with Cape Briton, arrived at Sydney ou
Tuesday, 24th lust.
THE TWO UEBCHANTI,
TRANSLATED FROM TUN FXXXOH.
Oa the twentieth of January, 1706 the Preach
made their entry Into Amsterdam .—Despite
the severity of the season, the inhabitants
thronged from their dwellings into the streets
to admire this army of liberatom. The greatest
enthusiasm reigneu throughout the city, and
at nightfall a general illumination expressed
the public rejoicing. One small house near the
Admiralty, dark and silent, contrasted strougly
with Its brilliant neighbors: this wsa the dwell
ing of Master Woerden, a rich merchant Ab
sorbed in his commerce, be was perfectly lu-
different to the political events around, and
was, moreover, too good an economist to parti
cipate in tiie luxuries of light, which hfs fel*
low citizens thought lit to display. Master
Woerden, therefore, was seated quietly before
the Are in his cushioned arm-chiur, furred p*»
Usse wrapped carefully over Ills chest, his bald
brow thrust deeply into his Air cap. On a ta
ble uear stood u shining copper lamp a large
pitcher of beer, a clay pine, yet untouch
ed. In ono comer of the chimney satan old
domestic, Qwhose emhmijtomi testified to her
Suddenly the bell rang; the servant hurried
out, and the next moment a tall young uiau en
tered the apartment, threw offnis cloak and
approached tiie old man with “Good evening
“You, William ? I did not expect you so
Hell Broek this morning, but the roods
(•re so encumbered with troops and Aigitives,
thut we have been all duy on the journeys”
“ Well, have you seen Van Elburg ?”
The youug man tobk a glass of beer, aud seat
ing himself by the lire before replying.
“ Yes, father; ho still agrees to the marriage,
but persists in giving but the four thousand du
cats for his daughters dowiy.”
“ Very well,” said Woerden, knitting his
ibaggy brows, “ let him keep his daughter aud
“ Oh. my father!”
“ Hold your tongue, William. At your age
men sacritlce everything to love, '.aud despise
fortune; but.love vanishes, and money remains.*’
“ But Master Van Elburg is one ofthe richest
merchants in Hollaud, aud what he does not
give now, he must leave at his death.”
“Zoondslandamflnot rich too? Bee here,
my son; von will soon succeed ma in business;
remember these two principles—never to give
more than you receive; nor do an ythingentire
ly for the benllit of another. Thut is the way to
succeed in commerce, aud consequently in mar
“Not nnother word, my son.”
William kuew his father’s obstinacy too well
to insist, though be could not keep oU signs of
his discoutcnt from his countenance. Tue old
man took no notcie of this but coolly Ailed and
lighted bis pipe. A second time the bell rang;
alioti&’s steps were heard iu tho court, yard,
aud tbo dugs begun to bark Airiously. in a mo
ment the servant entered aud huuded tho old
man a letter.
“Provisional government 1” he said, as he ex
amined tho seal. With u very uncomfortable
expression of countenance, he tore off the en
velope, unfolded the letter; but as he read he
resumed bis tranquility.
"Very well; 1 ahull accept it.” he said; then
passing a letter to his son, he began to think
profoundly. The young man glanced over it; it
was a proposition for four hundred thousand
rings, to be delivered in a month to the gov •
ernmeut, for the subsistence of the Freuch
“William, I havo it!” exclaimed the father,
suddenly. “Yen shall marry Van Elburg’s
daughter, and with a good dowry.”
“Just let me manage. Have two horses sad
dled by day-break to-morrow, as the canals are
all Irozeu, and be ready yourself.”
“My dear father, how shall I tbauk you ?”
“Well, well, you don’t know yet what you
owe me. Ah, William, if you only have
the genius of your father, whon you are a mer
Sunrise found tbo father and bou on the route
between Amsterdam uud Broek. The roads
were so blocked with snow, and ao slippery,
that the horses could merely walk, but tue
young man endured it patieutly; he was ubout
to meet his beloved, and to see his m&rriuge-
settlement concluded, which was to crown his
W uess. The old man was contented; for at
ottom of his heart he was veiy anxions
thut his sou should marry so rich an heircss.—
It was noon when they arrived. They left
their horses at an inn without the village, the
entrance of beasts of burden and carriages be
ing forbidden at Broek, which Is proverbial,
oven in Hollaud, for its neatness. The streets
were Aaggcd with polished stones of difibreut
colors, and disposed iu a sort of mosaic. The
spaces between the trout of tho houses and the
street were laid with Auer stones, bettor ar
ranged; these courts are fenced by balustrades
of polished iron, with ornaments of gilt copper,
and furnished with seats of choice wood, hand
somely covered, for the evening relaxation of
the family after tho heat of the summer day.
It is said the mania for neatness reached such a
point in this village, that if a fallen leaf is toss
ed into It by any indiscreet breeze, the inhabi
tants sally forth en matte to pick it up. TbUB,
when Woerden and bis Bon entered with tbelr
heavy shoes covered with snow, they excited
the ire of the natives, but as they had been very
long knowu there, they were permitted to pass
wituont molestation, to Van Elburg’s residence.
There, however, they were compelled to sub
mit to a ceremony from whioh even Napoleon
and Alexander could uot escape a few years
after; they hud scarce entered the court-yard,
before a sorvant brought them slippers to ox-
ohangofor their shoes.
Clotilda, the merchant’s daughter, made her
appearance with her father. She wore her
national dress; her hair laid back on her fore
head with a flat golden ornament, and ou the
back of her head she wore a little cap edged
with gold, and set with precious stones. Two
great Angora cats followed her, pressing them
selves aflbctionately against the skirts of her
“ Welcome, Master Woerden,” said Van El
burg, giving him his hand. “ Are you, too,
running away from the French ?”
Not a hit of it, Master Van Elburg; I care
asiittlo for the French, as for the Prince of
Orange. 1 come cm business, and to offer you a
good bargain. I’ve an order for four hundred
thousand herrings, to be delivered a month
hence. Can you furnish them to me in three
‘-At what rate?”
“ Ten Aorins the thousand.”
“ Douo ; I’ll furnish them.”
“Very well; and now let’s have something
to eat, for I am starving, Duringjbreakfast we
will talk over the next object of my visit.”—
Saying thiB, Woerden looked significantly at
the young girl, who cast down her eyes.
During tue meal the merchant of Amsterdam
haggled over the dowry of the bride, bnt Vun
Elburg wouldn’t increase a stiver, and Blaster
Woerden, after expressing some regret, Anally
gave in, and the marriage was settled to take
place in eight days.
The next morning William and bis father de
i iartcd; on the way, tho young mnn ventured
9 say : “Father, you have changed your mind
about Master Van Elburg’s dowry?”
“What do you take me for?” replied tho
rather, roughly. “You need nut ask me any
questions, for you will get no answer*. It is a
serious matter; ten Aorins a thousand for her
rings is very high. Imust have all my wits
From thut moment Woerden did not open his
lips, and on reaching home, ho went to his own
apurtmeut aud locked himself in. Towards
evening, he gnve his servant a Uugo packet of
letters to carry to tiie Post OfTle. Three days
after, he exclaimed, joyfully, to Ills son—
“Child, 1’vo secured the dowry!”
The wedding arrived day. Woerden and bis
son returned to Broek. This time they enter
ed by a special door, opened only for solemn
occasions, acoording to the custom of the coun
try; for marriages, baptisms and Amends. A
great number of relations and friends were as
sembled. The master of the mausion came for-
ward to recoive them, but so pale so changed,
that william thought be must have met with
"What ails you Master Van Elburg?” asked
Woerden, with a hypocritical smile; “you are
very much altered . ,r
“1 am very much troubled, my dear friend; 1
must speak with you.”
"Docs this marriage suit yon? K not say, so;
you can retract.”
“No, no; it is uot that.”
“Theu,” answered Woerden, who feared
lest some diHculty might arrlse from the expla
nation he expected, “let ob get through with the
marriage Ant; and after that, 1 am at yoar dla-
^Master Vaa Elbarg would bare bees my
SAVANNAH, (GAi) WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, I860.
glad to relieve bis breast or its weight at once
obtUniu ooulomwjioa, ht. yielded. The par
ty started for ths church; tha iwow.ro null,
on.. As wwn is they tnolusl the house; “Now
goto tuy dunet with me,"he said. Then clo
sing the door ouetolly—“Friends,” he mid, “1
era bound to deliver you four hondrod thuusend
herrings; 1 osnnot get oiit/r. They.ro oil sold.”
“1 believ.you," Mid Woerden With .roar
of laughter, “for I bought them all.”
Vru Elburg stood confounded.
“Whatdo you moan th do With my promise
then ?” '
“I mean you shall keep it. See here, Van
Elburg, one or these day. .you will leave yonr
daughter * lug. fortune;! shell do the same,
by my eon, eo Par, all U equal. But at present
it te verydlflhrent. I tm about to resign my
business to my son; you give but Ibur thousauu
duetts to your daughter. Now, I did not wish
to disappoint our children; I determined to nuke
th. bargalii more equal. In eplte of you."'
As Woerdeu spoke, Van Elburg opened bis
eves wider and wider.
"For that purpose,” continued Woerden,"!
nude the bargain that you .houUl deliver me so
many herrings; for that purpose 1 bought them
all up. Not to dishouor your signature, you
must buy them of me, andl will sell them to
you at filly florins the thousand. Thus you will
have sixteen thousand florins to pay me, und
and we shall be quits.’’
During this lucid bonugue, Master Van El
burg recovered his senses, mid his political com*
“Exactly eo. You ora a clever merchant and
have caught me in a skilful trap. It shall be
Although Master Woerden’s procedure was,
to aay the least, strange, Von Elburg was too
knowing to evince any aunbyance. Eight days
alter the wedding he went to Amsterdam to see
bis daughter. Tile time the porta were chang
ed, Woerden was in despair.
“Ah, my friend,” he exclaimed, “I am des-
K i. The Usbermen have got In with my
gs.ondl have uot been able to get u
•ingle cask to put them In, they will all bo
“What could you export," replied Van El
barg oooly. “You have bought all my herrings,
and 1 have bought all your casks. 1 might sell
them tv you at a very high rate; as all 1 care
about ie to give bat the fear thousand dneata
with my daughter, you can take the casks for
the amount you got out of me so cleverly. Yon
have talent at Amsterdam, bat at Brack we have
“Not at alt; you got tho idea from me,” an
swered Master Woerden, proudly.
Political Troubles in Massachusetts.
—Ronton June 28.—There is considerable
excitement in the American party with
regard to tho Amcrlcau Convention to be
held at Spriugfield, on Tuesday next.
A meeting at Charleston yesterday de
nounced it us an attempt to soil out tho
.Republicans, aud tho. delegates were in
structed to vote for Fillmore,
lu Newburyport a meeting of the Ameri
cans ratified the nomination of Fremout.
Tho friends of Fillmore threaten to hold
auothcr Convention if the Springfield
Convention endorses Fremout.
Tha friends mhI acquaintances of Mr. and Mr*.
Fraudl Waver aud family,* are retpaolfully In
vited to atteud tho fuueral services of tbelr daugh
ter 1D1A MONGIN, to morrow morning, at Dlno
o’clock, from their resldonco corner or Jones and
Abtrcorn street. July 2
Savannah Market, July
COTTON,—Sales this forenoon wore 86 bale d, nt
hales Upland Cotton.
Porttaf Savannah JULY 2
No arrivals slnco our last.
Steamer Wm Seabrook, i'oek, Charleston—S M La-
Ftermur Wm tJcabrook, l*eek, Charleston.
Boston, June 28.—Cld, Caroline, Jacksonville.
® TO RENT—Tho largo and commodious
STORE. No 108 Bryan streot, near tho Mur-
let, being ono or tuo most deArttblo business
In the city. Apply to
J. C. DUGGAN,
Jy2—lm At IW Morroll’s.
S IXTY days alter date, application will bo mnde
to the Honorable tho Ordinary ol McIntosh
uounty, Ibr leave to soil tho real estate, bciug lu
this county, or the late James Smith, kuowu as
Sidoit (ricu) I'laututiou sold Ibr tbo bunclit of the
heirs of said ustato.
DEAN M. DUNWOODY,)
JOHN JONEt?, VKx’ors.
JOHN F. DUNWOODY, f
Darien, July 1,1850. j y‘2
LIUHL FOH DIVORCE.
Elizabeth Cttttly ? In ^ Su , lorlor Court|
Jobu ciuly. J Mtt F Tornt, WML
I T appearing lu tho Court, from tho return or tho
slu't Ilf, thut thu defendant. John Cauly is nut to
bo lbnnd iu Colfoo county, and hois nut In thoBtato;
ou motion of Wm BGauldlug, attoruoy Ibr libellant,
it is ordered that servico be perfected ou said do
feudaut by a publication of this ordor iu cue of the
publlu jouruuls or Havanauh, ouce a mouth fur
threo months preceding tho next term or this Court,
requiring said defendant to uppear uttho next term
or Colfoo .Suporior Court, In tbo month or Novem
ber uext, aud lilo his*, defensive allegation to the
A true extract from the minutes ol tho Superior
Jy2 EW’D A8HLKV, Clerk.
COM MSS ION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT,
.Vo. 87 Uayilrett, Savannah, Georgia.
l, man. wm. m. saux.
WOOD & SAGE,
(SOOCXHBOKS TO UAMKKON. WXU ll OO.
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHEN-WARE,
146 MRKT1NQ-ST. CHARLESTON, 8. 0..
Will supply Country Merchants with Goods in tbelr
line at as low rates as thoy can buy In Now
York, or olsewhero.
sept 28 1 j
Comer of Broughton amt Whltaker-8 U.,
IUCCES80B to T. G. Rice, Manufacturer and
) Dealer in ovory variety of common and line
NDlEd, kiln dried and warranted to resist effec
tually the hot damp atmoephero of a Southern Cli
mate; also Lemon aud Strawbury Syrup, Ao. Terms
cush, prlcos low. tf—my 11
libel for divorce.
Fe Wilkinson, ^ ln jji, or ty Suporior Court,
Thus. Wilkinson, j M “ J ' Ien “> 18s “-
I T appermg to tno Court, by tbo return of the
sheriff, iu tho above stated ease, that the defend*
ant is not to bo fouud in tho county, and tbnt ho is
not to be found lu tho stute; ou motlou of Wm B
Guuldon, couusel ibr libellant, it is ordered that ser
vice he perfected on said defendant, by a public,;!,
tlon of this notice once a month for throe months,
next preceding tho next term or said Superior Court,
requiring said defendant to be and appear at tbo
next term or Liberty Superior Court to anBwur iu
thu said cause*
A true extract from tho minutes or spid Superior
Jy2 S. A. FRASER, Clerk.
GLYNN SHERIFF’S SALE.
W ILL bo sold befuro the Court Houso in the city
or Uruuswick, county ot Ulyuu, ou the lirst
Tuesday in August next, between tho legal hours or
sale, tho following property, to wit: One lot or parcel
or laud situate, lying uud belug in tho city of Bruns
wick, iu tho county or Glynn, state of oil, known
and distinguished in the plau of said city us Old Xotyu
Lnt, number two buudrod ami liftv-throo, and the
improvements thereon; levied on by vlrtuo of a li
la wsnod out of thu City Court or b’uvunuuuh, lu thu
couuty of Ohathum, la Tavor of Ikujumiu c Frank*
Itn vs Charles E Flanders. Property pointed out
Jy2 M. C. B. WRIGHT, h. <».
a ODKY’S LADY’S BOOK, for July; Arthur’s
Homo Magazine, for July; Potersou’g Month
ly Magazine.for July; Harper’* New Mi nthly Mug-
nxluc, for July; and, Graham’s Illustrated Monthly,
Thu History of Kuropo. from tho fall or Napoloou
to tho accession or Louts Niqioicoii, in two volumes,
by Blr Archibald Alison, u now supply.
Uurthti, by Frodrika Bromor, translated by Mary
Tho Ship Carpenter's Wire, a story Ibr the times,
by W K 8 Wbltttuu.
The Taugletowu Letter*, edited by the author or
Records or tbo Bubblutou Parish, Ac.
Salad for the Hociol, by tho author or Balnd for tho
Comic Mlsorios of Humnn Lifo.
Plu rl-bui-tuh, a song that's by no nuthor.
For salo at l&D Congress afroeL by
Juna28 WAUNUOK k. DAVIS.
H AY—ioo buloa* prlrab Hay, now landing ami
Ibr sale low from tho wharf; by
juae23 C. A, GREINER.
Dm. BOYALL A JOHNSON,
DonUsta, office corner BL JuUen-st.
and Market Square, over a. Wit-
mot’s jowolry store. Office hour*
from • to 2 o’clock, and from a te 0.
jam. w. tinner. «. ». moor.
GREEN * SHOOT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OCt26 TdOMiROV, OA.
Ordinary of CbaUuun County,
AN1I ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In the Court House. ; ny(8
AN”i'HO!VYMi ; cUl.libll,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
•9~ Offlco on Bay street, over tho Bank oTSavan-
iiT F.~cofci& £ brotiieYIj" “
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MER
Savannah, Oa., and Monigomery, Ala.
V, l'e Colic, I K.F.Ooix,
Bay atroet, 8avatmah. | Commerce sL, Moutg’ry.
Holcomb, Johnson, Ac Co. I Cohens A Horts,
Lockett« Snolllngx, I Edwin Parsons a Co.,
Robort A. Allen, (Soronton, Johnston & Co.
SAVANNAH, OA. my 18
r. J, OUUXN. WM. BTAKK. Jr. H. U. IIAKPSX.
OGDEN, STARR As CO.,
Shipping and Oonimiaaion Merchants,
UAY-STKKET. SAVANNAH. OA.
YONGE A FRIERSON,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
XO. 94 BAY-8TKKCT. BAViMUB, OA.
ADDD S UllOTHKlt*.
Lumber, Mill and Brick Yards.
aept5 SAVANNAH, QA.
PATTEN, HUTTON ACO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Bay-street, havannah. Us.
D. L. COHEN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Jones Stroot, (ono door East of Drayton Street.)
is prepared to contract for all kluus of building
Also toconduot water through the various porta
of houses. ap 17
A. THOMAS A CO.,
Auction «ii(l Commission Merchants,
110 Bryan Street,
A. TuoMAS. pei2] 8. 8. Pardos.
W. H. FARRELL,
DEALER IN CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
and Foreign and Domestic Fruit,
corner Broughton and Whitaker-dt.
Town and country supplied with choice goods at
moderate pricos. All orders promptly atteuded
to, aud satisfaction alwuys guaranteed. upl8
DEALBHS IN PROVISIONS,
Vo. 14 2tl Avenue and 8 JiV.'Jm Market, New York.
Hums, Tongues, Beef. Baoun, shoulders. Pickled
Tongues. Bolognas, Laru, Pig l’ork, Mess Hoof, Ac.,
iu burrels, hulvos and quarters.
Roforii to—Jobu D. Josso, James A. Brown, Wm.
H. Farrell, und K. O’Byrne. 6m—Jan31
K. LOC’KKrr. H. P. SXKLUSOS.
LOCKETT & SNELLING8.
Will attend to tbo selling ofull kinds of produco.
Strict attention given to receiving and forwarding
goods. may 81 ly
Auction & Commission House, Macon, Ua.
a. n. McLaughlin,'
General Agent and Auctioneer,
Solicits from his friends consignments of every
description. Tokos orders for Cotton.
49* Spucial attoutiou given te tho sates of Rea)
Estate, Slocks aud Negro property, at publlo and
private sales. Prompt rdurnt and dispatch.
Reference—C. A. L. LAMAR. mch80
tahed on reasonable terms. Orders res-
«. w. nviwM «. a. iwiu. n. a. u/.iu*
RUSE, DAVIS df LONG,
WAYNE, GRKNV1LLB &CO.,
COMMISSION AND TOjtWAItDIStrMERCHANTS,
THOa. S. WAYNE. C. E. GRENVILLE,
R. ALEX. WAYNE, W. T. SAMPLE,
jy o—tf Savannah. Chattanooga.
AND DEALKK IN
Timber and Lumber.
WJI. 8. DANIKIX,
ATTOBNEY AT LAW,
JST Office over Thomas M. Turner & Co.’s Druf
Store, Buy street. my7
JAB. B. HOOK. FKKU. T. TKBXAV-
HOOK Sc TEBEAU,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practiso iu Washington, Jefferson, Scrlvcn,
Burke, Emanuel, Tattnall, and Montgomery ofthe
Middle Circuit, and Wilkinson of the Ocmulgee Cir
D. A. O’BYRNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office 176, Bay-sL, over Turuor & Go’s. Drug Store)
“* GEORGE^ROUJD iroWARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office Monument Square, near State Bank.
S. W. BAKER
ATTORNEY AND*COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Monticcllo, Jeffursou Couuty, Hu.
Rorerence—Hon. W. B. Fluu.vu, Savannah, Ga.
EDWARD G. - WILSON,
MAGISTRATE, NOTARY AND COMMISSIONER
At MeBsrs.^yard & Owcus’ Law Office. [myll
■ C. W. MAliliY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FRANKLIN, HEARD CO., UA.
Will attend to professional business in thoCouutiet
or Heard, Carroll, Campbell, Coweta, Fayette, Meri
wether and Troup.
Reforonco—Hon. E. Y. Hill, LaGrange, Ga.; Hop.
David Irwin, Marietta, Go.; Colonel M. M. Tidwell,
Fayettevillo, Go.; and Mr. William Dougherty,Co
lumbus, tia., sepn-ly
WELLS & WILLIAMS,
DOMESTIC, FOREIGN AND FANCY
No. 149 Congresi-st., Savannah, Qa. .
JAS. T. WEleLS, formerly of Bcuufort Diet. S. C.
THKOPH1LUS WILLIAMS, “ 8erlvenCo.,Ga.
/AMU U. RODdKHS. .'ASM A, NORRIS.
RODGERS & NORRIS,
(late Crano k Rodgers,
Juno 1 ; 1865j_ (jo 9*
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Ttoupville, Lowndos County, Ua. (myll
JAMBS M. SAVAGE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TQ01IASVILLS, ntOMAB COl’NTV, UA.
All business entrusted to his cure will recclvo
prompt attention. lyr—morl7
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jgr Office oa Bay street, over tholSuik of Svan-
JESSE T. BERNARD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Beftrence—fleorgo i. Brown, William Dell, 2?ew-
tunsviUe, Fla., it. B. Hilton, Boston It Vilialonga.
Bavannah, Ga. myll
M. WHIT SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALLIGATOR, IA0T FLORIDA.
Will praotloo lu thu Eusteru and Southern Counties-
Refer te—Col. 8. 8. Sibley, and B. B. Ililtou, Sa
ATTORNEY ATLA .
Practices I*W in the various Counties of tho Oc«
mulgee Circuit und tho a>\)ohilng Counties or Twiggs,
Laurens and Washington.
Refer to—John Boston, H. A. Crano, and R. B
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Committioner qf the If. S. Court qf Claims for
the State qf Georgia.
Office Corner Bay uud Dull streets.
DR. CHARLES H. COLDING,
OFFICE AND RKelUENCE, No. 14 UBERTY ST.,
One door west or Draytou, myll
WM. C- CONNELLY7
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IBSLLA, WORTH OOtTNTY, OA.. (POST UfflCL ALUANY.)
Will prootlso in tho Soutlujap Circuit,and la Macon,
Dooly aud Wortn Counties onho Macon Circuit.
49» Particular attention given to the collection ol
claims in South-Western Georgia. Ju2—6m
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
febl>ly irwinton, oa.
LANIER 6t ANDERSON,
qp&-ly MACON, ua.
A. H. CHAMPION.
(Successor to Champion A Watts.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
No. 4 Barnard st, between tho Market uud Bay *U,
Douler in Groceries, Foreign aud Domestic Liquors,
Dried Fruits, Ito., &o.
Reference—A. Cbumpion, Esq., Samuel Solomons,
Esq., Messrs, Rabun A Whitehead, aud Swift &Co.,
Bavuunuh, Ga. myll
WILLIAM ll. DASHKli,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLUK AT LAW,
Troupvlllo, Lowndes County, Ga.
Will practice in Thomas, Luwudes, Clinch, Ware.
Appling, TelQtir, Irwin, Laureus, and Puluskt
counties, Georgia; and m Jefferson, Madison, Ham
ilton, and Columbia counties, Florida. [myll
WM. M. W1LUAJIA nunDKOHOUmT JACK IIROWN.
WILLIAMS, OLIVER dt BROWN.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Buena Vista, Marlon County, Ga.,
Will praotlco iu the couutlesof Morion, Macon, Hous
ton, btewort, Randolph, Muscogoe, Leo, uud auy
adjoining counties, where their services mqy be
JOHN R- COCHRANE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Dublin, Laurens couuty, Ga„ lute Junior partner oi
the Uriu of A. & J. cocukank, lrwtutuu, ua., will
atteud promptly to all business entrusted te ids
care. Partiuuiar attention paid to collecting. Re
ference—Dr, C. B. Guyton, F. 11. Rowe, Dublin,
Ga., M Marsh, Savanuah. myll
Factor and General Commission Merchant
NO} 71 BAY-STHBKT, SAVANNAH, OA.,
Rkhuu to—Messrs. Clughorn & Cunningham, Bell
& Prentiss, Ogden, Starr A Go., Savannah; J. P,
I'bumiMion, ftwum. nov 1
WM. AUDLKY COUFKR. JNO. COLTER FKAKKK.
COUPER dt FRASER,
FACTORS ti UENEKaL COMMImsION MERCHANTS,
Buy street, Savauuub, Go. [myll
JOHN G. FALLIGANT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
WINDOW BUNDS, WINDOW SAfiH AND PANE
West side Monument l*quarc, Savannah, Ga.
JOHN C. BOOTH,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Will also give his attention to (resigns in Architec*
ire. office in the store of Jolui WiUinmson, Esq.,
Day street. myl8
' " CHAFFER di CO.,
No- O Wltltnker Street, Snviuinnli, Ga«,
WIIOLRSALK ANI» RETAIL UKALWIS IN
S ASHES, Blinds, Doors, Mouldings, kc, Whito
Lead, Zinc, Whito hinsoed, Sperm, Whale, Tan
ners’mid NeutsfootOils, Glass. Brushes, Gold IsjuI,
Bronze, Builders’ Hardware, Not Is, Murhlu MunteU,
4te., ku. Je4
DRS- LBFLER di WILCOX, Dentists.
ARE uow fully prepared to in
sert full or puriiai setts of Teeth
on thu principle of Dr. J. Allens’*
Patent Continuous Gum, By this
improvement, tbo form ol tho face can bo restored to
any degree of rotuudlty that may bo desired. It is
applicable iu all cases whore tbo checks havo fullea
in and canuot bo detected by *l:a closest observer.—
This method combines tho following t A vantages;—
An artlllclni gum, which exhibits a perfectly uatural
aud life-like appeoranuo, aud itupurts to the theotb
that peculiar expression which characterizes tho ua
This Gum consists of a silacious compound, which
Is applied und fused upon tho Teeth aud Plate in suet
a muirnor, as to till up all thu Interstices around the
boKo or tho Teeth, and also unites them (Irmly to
eucliothorandto tho Plate upon which they are
sett. This secures perfect cleanliness of tho Teeth-
Office over l)o Witt ft Morgan, Cougross street.
*** Republican and Georgian copy. fob 16—tl
60 barrels Mass Pork,
26 do Pritno do
Landing and for salu by
my 14 HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON ft CO.
H AY ANA SEGARS—30,000 choice Havana
Segurs—Coucbas, La Esmeralda, El Orysol,
Excelsors, Klo Hondo, Cantuiu Alchorn, La Ltol,
Jonu Smith, uud various other bruud*, imported di
rect by me, uud for sale at tho lowest cash prlcos.
mayl9 J. A. BROWN.
QILLS, Laces, Embroideries, White Good,
kJ Mitts, ftu., just being opened and lor sulo by
J. W. THKELKELD,
mar2l Cor. congress and Whitaker its.
goo We are receiving the London Lever
Watches, ofthe most celebrated mukors, iu
Jr*AU°ld and Silver cases. It. F. Cooper’s Du-
HilBplex Watches, Watches for Timing Horses,
line Swiss Chronometers, which wo offer at reasona
ble prices, at our now store iu Gibbous’ Range.
iepti» D. B. NICHOLS ft CO.
NEW T£N STORE AND SHEET-WON
141 BOOTH or MARKET HqVARB. BRYAN 8TRXCT.
I would iuform my old friends and patrons
1 have oitoned tho above store to conduct the
M Stove, Tin and Shcot-lrou Business iu all its
various forms, and whore will bo found a gen
eral assortment or Stoves, Tin and Sheet-Iron Wore,
which 1 will be pleased to show, and at such price
as will satisfy any one wishing to purclmso.
All kinds of Booling, Gutters of l«ad, Galvanizod
Iron Work of every description, Job Work und Re
pairing oxecutod with dispatch, old Stoves put up
and Pipes furnished at short uoifco.
Tin Waro at wholesale and retail. Call down on
Bryan stroot, it will pay you Tor your walk.
oct 2 JOHN J. MAURICE, Agent.
I Large sized Photographs, ta-
AT TWELVE DOLLARS FEK DOZEN
Also, Ambrotypes and Da
guerreotypes, lu his usual su
perior style. A call is solicited.
J. W. MILLER,
mar27 or. St. Jullau-st. and Market square.
GARY’S DAGUEREOTYPE S, AMBRO*
types sand Pliutogrnpby.
P. M. CARY
W OUIxD respectfully give notice that his
rooms uro uow oihju for tho season, and rea*
ay tor tbo reception or visitors.
By the amrkuttpk process )>enons may now havo
their children’s pictures takeu, in almost auy poui-
tion they may choose, in from 1 to 8 secodds st.iing.
By tho Puoroaiuraio process old liHguerrootypes
cau bo transferred to pajier, beautifully colored und
enlarged to Uro. oct 22
BROUGHTON STREET "lIACK AND
Tho undorsigued having put the
above Stables in good condition,
are preparedto accommodate their
customers with Carriages, Hacks,
Buggies, Sulkios, fto., with suund, gontlo, aud woll
broko horses, aud caroAil drivers. Horses boordod
ou accommodating terms, and woll cared for. Two
pairs or HnoGirrlogo Horses (br sale, luqulrocor-
nor of Barnard and Broughton streets.
apU4—ly STEVENS ft ELUSION.
A. SHORT, '
Will tako contracts for Building and Working Ma-
¥’ Dry .., or u" ,,rl 'f M0 . rl l’ Uo “' KoeMcnco, No.3Mre
Juwott’e lUWKU, South eidoJonee>1. out 30
A WOOD AND LUMBER.
LL Und- of Wood, Boards. Flanks, Joist,
ltadm,8Ui(k^ ugbt-wowi, roeu, fcuiora
Laina and Psillugs, ter sale, at wholesale and retail,
low for cash, on tho now whorl'rooontly erected on
the Lumber Yard of Robert A. Alton A Co.
W W-ly HrWM. J. L. MOULTON
, TL ANTIC I.CAD—CouetauU)’ on hand
1 . end lor oalo u CUAMUt« CO.’e,
No. 0 Wbttakoretnet.
j^ACXiN BUIte &
•a bhila l'rlmo Boooo UictsB,
10 “ “ Shoulders,
gUj-H PUTAT'OES'—80 bumpers choice Eating
Potatoes, In Hmall package. * For family use.—
Fur walu by [may27] J. A. BROWN.
/CHAMPAGNE—12 baskets genuine Hddsio
V/Cltampagne in store and ter sale by
may 10 OCTAVUS COHEN,
S TARCH, COFFEE AND CANDY.—60 bxs Freeh
Starch; 60 do Ground Coffeo; 60 do assorted
Candy, received and tor salo by
McMAllON ft DOYLE,
Juno 4 206 and 207 Bay street
I N STORE—per steamship Knoxville—Extra Ta-
bio Butter und Choose; Beef Tongues; hmoked
Boor; Hums; Bacou; Pig Pork; Whito Boons; Hock-
or’* Soll-raiHlug Flour; Balslus, Figs, Dates, Prunos,
Almonds, &u., fto.;Pickles of ull kinds; Presoryet,
assorted; Brumly Fruit, usiortcd; Preston’s Premi
um Chocolate; beet of Teas, CoUee, and Stuart’s No
1. A, B uud c Sugars; llibbort’s London Porter;
Falkirk’s Scotch Ale; Clara and other Wlues; at
Family Grocery Store,
JuiiolB corner Wbltakor and Untriton sts.
JOHN S. NOKH1S,
H AVING resumed thu practice of his profes
sion, odor* his service* to his rriends and the
publio as an Architect and superintendent.
Designs lot uny part of tho country supplied and
executed iu all tho vurious brunches ot his profes
sion, such os Publlo EdlUcos, Stores, Dwellings,
Monuments, &c. Thoroughly Flro Proor mores de-
sigued aud oxecutod. Office at present in Bay Lane,
rear of the CuHtum House. Jan 8—ly
SA VANS Ah.
1 DOOR WEST OK TilE REPUBLICAN RKAPIWQ BOOM.
Clothing ; Hats
and Caps, Shirts,
49 s Ordertfrora city aud county solicited.
Pulaski House Barber Shop.
Owens' Brick Building, opposite tile Pulaski l
FIVE WORKMEN KNPAGED.
Mors ball House Barber Shop,
FOUR WORKMEN KNGAOXD.
rpHE subscriber, thankftil to hia fellow-citizens
X for the liberal patiunuge he has recetveu, and
is still receiving, bogs respectiully to iuionu them
that he has ougngeil sufficient aUdiUonat Urst-clasa
workmen from sumo ol the best Barber ebon* in
Now Vork. und will be ouableu to accommodate a■
many gentlemen us may huuur him with their pa
N. B.—Tlio Barber Shops are closed on Sundajra—
strangers will pleaso bear this In miud.
O. ». HARRISON. ’ a. C. M
HARRISON dt McGEHEE,
AUCTION,COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND
59 AMD til BHOAD-8TKEKT, COLUMEU8, OKOBOIA-, }
49- Particular attention given to tho ealea of Real
Estate, Negroes and Produco.
43" Liberal advances made on Negroes and Mer
RUSE, PATTEN ft CO. )
GUNBY ft DANIEL, S-Colombus, Go.
STEWART. Oil AYft CO. J
RUSE, DAVIS ft LONG, >
WM. WRIGHT, J ^vannah.
YOUNG, ATKINS ft DUNHAM, 1
C. A. UltEENE ft CO., f Apalachloola
U. S. SMITH, k Mobile, Alabama,
oct 28 ly
150 bagsgood to prlmo Bio Coffeo; t
76 bags old Government Java do; f
130 bugs old brown Java do; J
iuu uurrois Stuart’s A, B and Ctluriflcd
60 “ “ Crushed and Pulverizou db;
40 hlnlH Porto Rico, New Orleans, and Muschvado
50 boxes Stuart's Loaf Sugar; -
60 lihdH bides aud Shoulders;
25 casks Trowbridge and Beaty’< Hams;
160 bbls Donmcud uud Oakley Flour;
75 bbls aud halt bbls Canal Pour;
160 bbis Butter, tiugur and Pilot Crackers:
60 boxes Soda Crackers;
200 boxes various brands and qualities Tobacco;!
26 cases Myer’s Aromatic do;
16u bbls Cuba aud New Orleans Molasses;
60 hbds Cuba do:
fio bbls Nu. 1 Leaf Lard; '
200 kegs and cans Lard;
6 M lb Bar Lead;
600 bugs Drop aud Buck Shot;
600 kegs, buns aud quarters, Dupont’s Powder;
76 libls Mess tuid Prime Pork;
60 boxos Nectar Whisky;
100 quarts Scholdum schnapps;
100 casks pints Alo and Portor;
300 bbls rcctllled Whisky;
100 bbls New EuglandKum;
160 bbls Pholps and E Phelps’ Gin;
60 casks common and pure Malaga Wlue;
60 bids Whito Wino aud Cider Vinegar;
20crates empty Wino Bottles;
600 boxes, Soup, Starch, and Candles;
lu store and for salo
tale on accommodating terms.
HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON ft c6
FRENCH CHINA, WHITE GRANITE.
AND GLASS WARE, *
145 MOT1NU HTKKKT. COAKUSTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
T4R* Tho subscribers respectfully solicit.,
from tho travoliug publlo, on inspection ft
of their stock of Freuch and EugilMhl
9 Chluu, iu plniu white, gold bund, and i
decorated diuuor, desert, breakfast, tea, toilet, tw_-
toto sets and vases. Also, Cups and Suucers, ftc., oi
tho colcbrutcd Sevres Chiua. White Granite ol the
bost manufacturers. Rich cut French, Euglisb aud
Thoy havo a variety or ornaments in Parism*
Wuro, Busts of Calhoun, Clay, Webster, and ethers,
and Stutuctes of tho Greek Slave, Venus de Medicls.
ftc.. fto. ’
Thoy have also n beautiful, durable and oheap arti
cle for doors and heartlis, of
Plain and Encaustic Tiles.
QThoIr stock being very geueral, carefully selected
aud Imported direct, offers inducements to merebanta
aswollasl'amllios, to whom goods will ho put up at
tho lowest rates for cosh.
WEBB ft SAGE, Importers,
successors to Cameron. Webb ft Co.
lYfhW UUSHfcN bUtTEH AND CHfctJfi—16 tub*
and 10 kegs t hoico uow Gosliou Butter; 20
boxos Goshen Choeso, landing from steamer auu lor
sale by SCRANTON, JOHNbTUN ft OO.
J UST RECEIVED, per schooucr J, R. Allen, from
CELEBRATED UNRIVALLED PREMIUM
CAKES and CRACKERS,
Jumbles, Lemou Cakes,
Tea Cakes, Stmtcli Cakes,
Ginger Suaps, EdiLburgh Cakes
Milk Biscuit, Soda RUsciut,
Wiue Biscuit. Butter Biscuit,
Water Bi-cult, I ic Mo Biscuit, ftc.
At UARRON’S, ’
Junc'JO corner Whitaker and thurlton-sts.
A COMPLETE OUTFIT FOR*HOUSE
I S un Important item, and to know where to
got exactly what is wanted is equally Important,
““KENNEDY & BEACH’S”
»ml von will find overyihlni iwriulnlnR to Home
Keumng as well es HcfrleeruKirs, llvut tofes, Wood,
c&heru. and Tin Wwn, Willow Ware, bcaullhil
Walor Coolers, Patent lee Pin here, Brusbevln every
variety, Bird Cages, Bathing Tubs, indeed nearly
everything that eau beculljdler, recollect thu piuee.
|SNABURG8—30 ba’es Osm burgs, Mowtonand
_ Thomaston M ID, just recei\cti and frr sale by
JnnelB CRANE, WELLS ft CO.
A HOMESTEAD FOR 4101
“ nnn WORTH OF FARMS OF
UUU Farms and Buildings Lots,
In tho gold region of Virginia, (Colts ppor County,)
to lm (fivlded amongst 10.200 stbacribers on Tho
17th or Peptembi-r, I860, ter the benefit of Port
Royal Fotnolo Academy. Subscriptions only ten
dollars each—one-half down, tho rest on the deliv
ery or tho Ucod. Every subscriber will get a Build
ing lx>t or Farm, ranging in .value from 910 to
826,000. Those Farms anu l/ris are sold so cheap
to induco settlements, a sufficient numbor being re-
sorvod, the Incrcaso in the valuo of wh!cb will
compensate ter the apparent low prico now asked.
The most ample? security will be given for the
faitlithl performance or contracts and promises.
Morn Agents are wanted to obtain subscribers, to
whom tbo most liberal inducements will be given.
Somo Agents writo that they are making $200 per
month. AdyertHhw will bo done tor every Agent
whore nrestblo. tor roll particular*, enbicrlp-
Uona, Agencies, tie., apply to
E. BAUPEB, '
Je34—dfcwlm Port Bond, v-