SAVANNAH, (GA.) WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1866.
(MGliN & JOIMIL
Dour. Trl-W.ekly Mid Weekly.
Offioia 1 Paper of the City and County.
R. B. HILTON & CO.
PROPRIETORS AND FUBMBHRRS.
B. B; HILTON, - - - Sdltor.
I* P. HAMILTON, . . AuliUnt Editor.
WEDNESDAY, Two O’clock, P, M.
American State Convention of Georgia.
Macon, July 9.—The Convention met yester
day. There were sixty-five Counties represent
ed and the number of Delegates were two
hundred and sixty-eight. The following is the
Electoral Ticket: r
Fbr the State at Large.
Wm. H. Crawford, Benjamin H. Hill.
For the 1st, Wm. Low;
" « 2d, Wm.'tf. Brown;
'* “ Sd, Washington Poe;
“ 44 4th, Edward. Y. Hill;
" “ 6th, Geo. W. Cordon;
41 “ Cth, Cincinnatus Peeples;
•• ,* 7th, Eli Baxter;
w w 8th, A. R. Wright;
The Editor of the Journal anti Messengei' in
forwarding the foregoing dispatch adds:
"All right—great enthusiasm and liarmouy—
"declaration of principles adopted.”
Macon, Tuesday Evening,)
July 8,185H. S
The American Convention assembled in this
city today,and was organized by the election
of Dr. Miller, of Floyd, as President.
The attendance is very large, there being over
two hundred and fifty delegates, representing
from seventy-live to eighty counties. The ut
most enthusiasm prevails.
A committee was appointed to report busl-*
ness, after which the Convention adjo urned tin
til 10 o’clock to-morrow morning.
Speeches ore being delivered to-night by
Messrs. Bartow, of your city, Dr. Miller, and Hit]
of Troup.—Republican of thi* morning.
The Macon Messenger gives the following
as the list of officers:
President—- Dr. H. V. Miller, of Floyd.
Vice Presidents.—1st District, J. N. Lewis,
of Chatham; 2d, T. B. Howard, of Muscogee;
3d, Thomas Battle, of Monroe; 4th, E. Y. Hill,
of Troup; 5th, J.J. Word, of Cass; Cth, W. ,J.
Peeples, of Gwinnett; 7th, J. W. A. Sanford, of
Baldwin; 8th, Wm. Gibson, of Richmond.
Messrs.George Jones, L.F. W. Andrews, and
A. P. Burr, were appointed Secretaries.
Steamer Knoxville,—By a despatch to the
agents we learn that the Knoxville which sail*
«d for New York last Saturday morning^rrived
at 9 o’clock Monday eveuiug. Wjajs
A despatch to the agcntln tills city, Mr. C,
A. Greiner, states that the steamship Keystone
Slate, hence lor Philadelphia on Saturday last,
arrived at 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon.
Having been applied to for Mr. Fillmore’s
Utter of acceptance, we publish it—also the
platform of the Convention which nominated
him; and likewise a speech made by him, a
few days since, announcing his opposition to
the Kansas-Neliraska act. These, with several
other documents of permanent interest, will be
embodied iu our next weekly issue.
Young Men’s Christian Association.—The
regular monthly meeting of the Young Men's
Christian Association of Savannah will be held
this evening at 8$ o’clock, at the Association’s
room In Sorrell’s building, corner Bull and
Alternate Elector.—The Alternate Elect
or of the First Congressional District is Hon,
W.M. Nichols. Mr. Nichols was Senator from
the county of Clinch iu the last Legislature of
On n Strike.
The Savannah Dailies, wc notice, have
Taised the price of their daily issues to $0,00
per annum, and their tri-weeklies to $4,00.
This makes the Columbus Sun the chea
daily paper in the South. While it is true
we do not publish quite so much matter as our
Savaunah cotemporaries, the difference is
alight, and we have ample room in which to
lay before our readers, the cream of the News.
The Columbus Sun under estimates the value,
M Rot the cost of its rays, in consenting to
shine, daily, for five dollars per annum. A
dollar or two more or less, for a newspaper, is
knotting to each Individual subscriber; while to
the proprietor, the aggregate may constitute all
the difference between living and starving.
At the present cost of the paper and at the
current rates of printers’ wages, we believe no
dady, containing the amount of reading matter
inserted in the journals of this city, should lie
issued for leas that seven or eight dollars.
Charleston Dailies, containing very little more
matter than ours, cost ten dollars; those of Mo
bile, containing even less, cost ten. Why Geor
gia editors and publishers should work for half
price we can’t understand. !(' they do so it
their own folly—not the requirement of their
Black lteimbllcmntttm In the Pulpit
The Hector whose Black Republican harangue
from the pulpit of the Church of the Epiphany,
in Philadelphia, caused such a sensation in his
congregation Sunday tofore last, is not Dr.
Tyng, but bis son. The vestry of the Church,
on the ensuing day, showed their sense, as re
gards tlie exhibition, by unanimously adopting
the following resolutions.
Resolved, That tho members of tho Vestry
nave learned with deep and sincere regret that
tha Rector of this Church lias deemed it his
^ select the Lord’s day, and tho pulpit of
this Church, ns the time ami place for tho dis
cussion of sectional politics, ami while desiring
? ? n, l ex i‘ reiw nothing iuconsisteu -
with the highest respect for a gentleman hold
ing so sacred and iraportautan office, they feel
it a solemn obligation to declare their disappro
bation of the substitution of such themes for
the simple preaching of Jesus Christ and Him
crucified ns tho hope of a mined world.
Resolved, That we most respectfully but firm
ly protest against any repetition of such like
sermons as that preached on the evening of
Sunday, the 29th instant.
Resolved, That tho Secretary be requested
to communicate to tho Rector a copy of the
The prostitution of tho Episcopal pulpit to
political and treasonable purposes, is, we be
lieve, a novelty. Only a few weeks since a
colored clergyman of that denomination, in one
ofllie Northern cities, refused to read a notice
oi'anatolition meeting. The Rev. Dudley Tyng
would do well to learn a lemon from the action
of his sable brother.
Philadelphia Know Nothing Platform
Adopted Feb. Nit 1856.
1. An humble acknowledgement to the Su
preme Being who rules tho universe for His
protecting care, vouchsafed- to our fathers
In their aucceasM revolutionary straggle,
and hitherto manifested to us, tholr des
cendants, in tho preservation of the liber
ties, the independence, and the union of the
2. The perpetuation of the Federal Union as
the palladium of our civil and leligious liberties,
and the only sure bulwark of "American, inde
3. Americans must rule Amtricu; [and to this
end notice born citlzeus should be selected lor
all Stute, federal and municipal offices or gov
ernment employment, in preference to naturali
zed citizens nevertheless.
4. Demons born of American parents resid
ing temporarily abroad, should be entitled
to all tbe rights of native born citizens;
5. No person should be selected for political
station, (whether of native or foreign birth)
who recognizes any allegiance or obligation of
any description to any foreign prince,potentate
dr power, or who refuses to recognize the Fed
eral and State constitutions (each withiu its
sphere) as paramount to all other laws, as rules
of political actiou.
b. The unqualified recognition and mainten
ance of tlie reserved rights of tho several Stutus,
and tlie cultivation of the harmony and fra
ternal good will between the oitizeus of the
several States, and to this end, non-iuterferciice
by Cougrcss witli questions appertaining solely
to tlie individual States, and non-intervention
by each State with the affairs of uuother
7. Tho recognition of the right of tho native-
born and uuturali/.cd citizens of the United
States, permanently residing in any territory
thereof, to frame their constitutions and laws
aud to reguluto their domestic and social af
fairs iu their own mode, sulject only to the
provisions of the Federal Constitution, with the
right of admission into tlie Union whonever
they have tlie requisite population for one
Representative in Congress; provided always,
that uono but those who are citizens of the
United States, under the constitutions uudlaws
thereof, and who liuvo a fixed residence in any
such territory, ought to participate in tlie for
mation of the constitution, or iu the cuaetment
of laws for said Territory or State.
8. All enforcement of the principle that no
State ot Territory can jidniit others than native
bom citizens to the right of suffrage, or of
holding political office, unless such persons
shall iiave been naturalized according to the
laws of tlie United States.
9. A change iu tlie laws of naturalization,
making a continued residence of twenty-one
years, of all not heretofore provided for, an in
dispensable requsite lor citizenship hereafter,
nua excluding nil paupers, and persons convict
ed of crime, from landing upon our shores; but
no interference with tlie vested rights of foreign
10. Opposition to any union bet ween Church
and State; no interference with religious faith
or worship, and no test oaths for office, except
those indicated in the 5th sectiou of tills plat
11. Free and thorough investigation into any
aud all alleged abuses of public functionaries,
and a strict ecouomy iu public expenditures.
12. Tlie maintenance and enforcement of all
laws until said laws shall lie repealed, or shall
be declared null and void by competent judicial
13. Opposition to the reckless and unwise
policy of the present administration iu the
general management of our national affairs,
and more especially as shown in removing
“ Americans” (by designation) and conserva
tives in principle, from office, and placing
foreigners uml ultmists in their places; os
shown in o truckling subserviency to tlie
stronger; and an insolent aud cowardly brava
do towards the weaker [lowers; as shown iu
reopening sectional ugitation, by tbe repeal of
tlie Missouri Compromise ; as shown in grant
ing to unnaturalized foreigners the right to suff
rage iu Kansas aud Nebraska; as shown in its
vuciiating course on the Kansas and Nebraska
iiiestion ; as shown iu the removal of Judge
Jroiison from the Collcctorship of New York
upon false and untenable grounds; as shown
in the corruptions which pervade some of the
departments of the government; ns shown in
disgracing meritorious naval officers through
u-ejudice or caprice; mid as shown in tlie
ilundcring mismanagement of our foreign re
14. Therefore, to remedy existing evils, aud
prevent the disastrous consequences otherwise
resulting therefrom, we would build up the
"American’’ party upon the principles herelnto-
fore stated, eschewing nil sectional questions,
and uniting those purely national, aud admit
ting into said party all Amerieun citizens, (re
ferred to In the third, fourth and fifth sections)
who openly avow the principles uml opinions
heretofore expressed, und who will subscribe
their names to this platform. Provided, never
theless, that a majority of those mcmlicrs pres
ent at any meeting ot a local council where nil
uppUcunt applies for memliersldp in tho Amer
ican party, may, for any reason by them deem
ed sufficient, deny admission to such appli
15. A free und open discussion of all political
principles embraced in our platform.
Vice President exclusively from the Northern
States, with the avowed intention of electing
them to govern the South as well as the North.
—By what rule li a President, thus elected, to
select his Oablnit Council, his foreign ministers,
Judges and admlnstrative officers? Are they
also to be aeleoted exclusively from the North.
‘ 1 Cabinet officer from the
eiumot a Prusidnt or Vice
practice, as I have said on
another occasion, must become embarnkpiug
The north Is,beyond all queatiou,the most
populous, the most wealthy, and lias the most
votes, and therefore has the power to iullict
this injustice upon tho South. But we can best
judge of Its consequences by reversing the
scene. Suppose thut the South was the moat
populous, the most wealthy, and possessed the
greatest number of electoral votes, and it
should declare that for. some fancied or real
injustice done at the North, it would elect none
hut a President and Vice President of slave
holders from the South, to rule over the North,
do you think, fellow-oitizcuH, you would sub
mlt to this injustice ? (" No, no.”)—No, truly,
you would not; but one universal cry of " No”
would rend tlie skies. And cuu you suppose
your Southern brotheru less sensitive than your
selves, or less jealous of their rights? If you
do, let me say you aro mistaken; aud that you
therefore must perceive that the success of such
a party, with such an object, must be the dis
solution of this glorious Union. 1 am unwilling
to believe that those who ure engaged in this
cun foresee the consequences of tueir owu acts.
Why should not tho golden rule, which our
Saviour has prescribed for iutrrcourse with
each other,be applied to the intercourse between
these fraternal States ? Let us do uuto them
that wo would they should do uuto us iu like
cireumstauccs. They arc our brethren, they
are oiu* friends, and we are all embarked lu the
same ship; and if site founders in consequence
of the mismanagement of tho crow, we must
all go down together; this Unioninust be torn
ustlnder; this beautiful fabric, reared by the
hands of our ancestors, must lie scattered iu
pieces, aud the people, In tlie language of the
eloquent address of your chainnnn, be convert
ed into a nation of fslimaelites. 1 cunuot con
template such a scene without horror, and I
turn from it with loathing and disgust. I four
that your chairman anticipates too much when
he supposes It would be in my power, if elected
to the Presidency, to restore harmony to the
All I can say is, that in such an event I
should be willing to make every sacrifice, per
sonal and political, to attain so desirable an ob
ject. But 1 can never consent to be the Presi
dent of a portion of this nation as against the
other. I can give no pledge for the future that
is not found iu my post conduct. If you wish a
chief magistrate to administer the constitution
and laws impartially aud iu every part of the
Union, giving to every Htate and every Terri
tory and every citizen his Just duo, without fear
or favor, then you may cast your votes for me.
1 repeat here, what Ihavo said elsowhere,
that if there bo those at the North who
want a Prosiduut to rule the South—if there
be those at the South, who waut a President
to rule the North. 1 do not want their votes.
cau never represeut them I stand up on the
broad platform of tbe Constitution and the
laws. If l should be called upon to administer
the government, tlie Constitution and laws of
the country shall be executed, at every haz
ard and at every cost.
Tub American Organ in Boston.—Boston,
July 2.—The Dally Bee, the Boston organ,
heretofore of the Fillmore wing of the Ameri
can party, will to-morrow head its columns
with the names of fXsmont and Johnson—ig
noring Fillmore and'Donelson.
A letter dated Havana, 25th ult., state that
despatches of an iui]Hirtant character hud been
forwarded to tho licet at Vera Cruz. It was
generally thought in Havana that if Cranoufort
did not pay the cash a tomluudmeiit would lie
They have a man in Mississippi so lean that
j makes no shadow at all. A rattlesnake struck
at his leg six times in vain, and retired in dis
gust. lie makes all hungry who looks at him;
aud wheu children meet liltu iu the street, they
run home cryiugfor bread.
Too Small.—A little pigmy of a man inquir
ed of u buxom lass if she would consent to trot
through life with him in double harness. She
surveyed his immense proportions a moment,
and laughing said, 4 1 cannot think of it. The
fact is, Johnny, you’re a little too big to put iu
the cradle, aud a little too small to put iu “
On Monday afternoon, says the Philadelphia
North American, uu nnkuown white man, while
bathing alone in tho Schuykill near. Laurel
Hill, wus drowned. -The fatal accident was
first discovered by finding his clothes upon the
Strang, the Morranu prophet in Michigan,
who was lately shot and wound ed, is still alive
aud recovering. ,
Tlie report that the don. Frank Granger, of
New York, had come out for Fremout is con.
E. T. Mapp announces himself as a candidate
for Congres, in|tho Accomac (Vo.) district. He
iu favor of Mr. Fillmore.
It is stated that Rev. Jeremiah Pasterfield,
of the Philadelphia Conference of the M. E.
Church, was drowned at Lewis, Del., a few
days ago, whilst passing from the wliurf to tlie
‘Well, Tom, where sliall we go to church to
day?” "Don’t know. Dick—suppose we go to
hear Ward Beecher.” "What, on Sunday!”
A small handful of salt given to-cows twice
week seems to act as a preventive against
many of the diseases incident to neat cattle
Explosion and Loss of Life on the Roan-
oxe Valley Railroad Near Clarksville.
—By tlie correspondence of the South-Side
Democrat, ail particulars were giveu relative
to tho abovo sad occurrence which took place
ou Sunday 29th ult. From the Clarksville To
bacco Plant we learn in addition, that tlie truin
widen was veiy full had just crossed Beaver
Pond bridgo when the toiler buwt causing a
sad loss of life and other damages to tiieamouut
of about $5,000 to the cars, Abo. :
Mr. Rudd, the engiucer, wus thrown violent
ly upward and backward through tlie air und
tell near tlie middle of the gorge opened be-
side the bridge and died immediately.
Mrs. Rudd, the youug wife of tlie unfortunate
engineer, was on tbe cars, aud wiien the dead
body was found, rent tlie air with piteous
A fireman, a free colored man named Cole
man Harris, was also killed by the scalding.
A small colored boy, twelve years or age
named Henry, slave to u widow lady living near
Henderson N.C., was thrown almost directly
forward, a distance of 100 yards or more, and
fell on the side of the high embankment aud
was fearfully mutilated.
The glass in the froutof the coach was shiv
ered aud driven violently in, wounding quite
severely about tbe face Messrs W. It. Self and
J. W. Geogliegan.
The engine weighing many thousand pounds
(14£ toils,) yet the steam from u few gallous oi
water, by a sudden gust of its power, lifted It
from the grouud aud threw it a distance of 90
■•aids;'no oxe can form a conception of it,
lowcver, without witnessing the sccue of the
Vkb.okt Statu Nominationh—White lUvcr
Junction, Vt., July ltd—A RcmibHctui Mnw
^[invention held hero to-day nominated Kylum!
fCehwrw Governor. Jan. W. Slade for
went. Governor Henry M. Sit ten for Trewtrcr.
ir 1 , nro tho ramo nominations mado by
we American Convention.
Bradley, of Westminister, and Law-
rence Bndnard, «f St. Albina, were chosen
“* l*rge. A State Executive Commit.
•udr4prSnt 1 ^d“^! U ' iOn “‘ ld0I,,eJ
Mr. Fillmore’s Speech at Rochester.
Alter returning his thanks for the mauner in
which he had toen received and tor tlie natter
ing terms iu which tlie Chairman had been
pleased to speak of hiB administration, Mr. Fill
more said that he had no reason to disguise bis
sentiments on tbe subject of tlie repeal of tlie
Missouri Compromise, which seemeu to be the
chief source of tbe unfortunate agitation that
now disturbed the peace of the country. He
said that it would be recollected tlmt when be
came into the administration the country was
agitated from centre to circumference with tlie
exciting subject of slavery. Tills question wus
then forced upon tlie couutry by the acquisition
of new territory; aud he feared that tlie eloquent
address of the Chairman lmd given him more
credit for the setttlement of that question than
he was entitled to—not more, however, than ho
would liuve deserved had his power eqtiulled
his desires. But the truth, was, that many
noble patriots—Whigs and Democrats—in both
Houses of Congress, rallied around and sustained
ttie administration in this trying time, und to
them wus chiefly due the merit of settling this
exciting controversy. Those measures, usually
called tho Compromise Measures of 1850, were
not in all reBpects wluit I could have desired
but they were tho best that could be obtaiuei
after a protracted discussion that shook the re
public to its very foundation, and I felt bound
to give them my official approval. Not only
this, but perceiving there was u disposition to
renew the ogitution ut the next sesuiou, I took
the responsibility of declaring. In sulistance, iu
my aunual message, that I regarded these
measures os a "final settlement of this question,
and that the laws thus passed ought to be main
tained, until time uud experience should de
monstrate the necessity of modification or re
peal.” I then thought that this exciliug sub
ject was at an end, and that there would be no
further occasion to introduce it into the legis
lation of Cougress. Territorial governments
had been provided for all tlie territory except
that covered by the Missouri compromise, and
I had no suspicion that that wasto bo disturbed.
I have no hesitation in saytugwhat most of
you know ulready, that J was decidedly opposed
to the disturbance of that compromise. Good
faith, as well as the peace of the country, seem
ed to require thut a compromise which had
stood for more Ilian thirty years should not 1ms
wantonly disturbed. Thcso were my seutiments
then, fully and freely expressed, verbally and
in writing, to all my friends, North and couth,
who solicited my opinion. This repeal seems
to have been a Pandora’s box, out of which
have issued oil the political evils that now of-
ffict tlie country, scarcely leaving a hope be
hind, and niuuy, I perceive, ure ready to at
tribute ull these to our Southern brethren. But
is this just ? (No, no.) It must bo tome iu
mind that this measure originated with a Nor
thern Senator, and was sustained und sanction
ed by a Northern President. I do not recollect
that ever a petition from a Southern State so
licited this repeal; and how could Southern
members of Congress refuse a boon thus offer
ed by the North to tho South? It could onh
to done by sacrificing themselvos upon the at
tar of their country for their coimtry’H good
and this is certainly expecting too much from
political men in thnos like these.
Tho blame, therefore It appears to mo, with
ull due deference, Is chiefly chargeable to those
who originated tills meusure; and however we
may deplore the act, It aUbrds no just ground
for controversy with our Southern brethren—
certainly none by which thoy should to deprlv-
J -**.--*—cal rights. But, wo now see
_ed in too North, and for the first
its candidates for President and
a party on
Savannah Market, July O.
COTTON,—No transactions to report this fore
LIVERPOOL.—l’er ship Elizabeth—837 bales Up-
laud aud 479 bales Sea talaud Cotton, 888,433 feet
ATIANTA, July 3.—Cotton—9 to »>$o.
Bacon—Hog round lOalOtfc, dear sides 1
rlbbod lOall, hams lOJ^all#, shoulders 0, jnles Co
per lb. Good stock In market mid demand fair.
CHARLESTON, July 7.—Cotton.—The transac
tions to-day reaohod upwards of 800 bales, at a full
range of prices. The sales comprise 4 bale at 10>L
20 at 10)4,14 at 10£. 8 ut 11,37 at 11&, and 720 at
lljio. Tho bulk of the transactions were mado
for Spanish accoount.
A Georgia Wedding.
The preacher was prevented from taking his
part in the ceremony, and a newly created jus
tice of the Peace, who chanced to be present,
was called upon to officiate in his place. The
good mau’a kaees began to tremble, for he had
never Red the knot, and did not know where to
togin. He had no "Georgia Justice,” or any
other took from which to rcud tbe marriage
service. The company was arranged in a demi-
circle, each one bearing a tallow candle. He
though over everything he had ever lerrtied
“Thirty days hath September,
April, June und November.”
but all in vain, he could recollect nothing thut
suited the occasion. A suppressed titter all over
tbe room admonished him and in an agony of
desperation he began—
"Know all men by these presents, that I—”
here he paused and looked up to tho eeiliuj
while a voice in tho corner of the room was heart
"lie is drawing a deed for a tract of laud,”
and they all laughed.
"In the name of God, amen!” he began
again, only to hear another in a loud whisper
"He is making bis will; I thought he
couldu’t live long, he, looks bo powerfully
"Now I lay me dowu to sleep,
was tlie next essay, whenfsome erudite gentle
"He is not dead, but sleepeth.”
"Oil, yes I” continued the Squire.
A voico replied : "Oh no, oh no ! don’t
Some person out of doors sung out, "Come
in to Court!” and the Inughterwas general.
The bride wus near fainting—the Squire was
uot iar from it; but being uu indefatigable
man, lie began again:
"To all and singular, the sher ”
"tot’s run, he's going to levy on us,” saldtwo
or three at ouce.
Here a gleam of light flashed across the
Squire's face ; he ordered bride and groom to
hold up their bunds, and iu a solemn voice
"You and each of you do solemnly swear, in
tlie presence of tho present company, that you
will perform towards each other all and singu
lar the functions of husband and wife, as tlie
case may to, to the best of your knowledge
and ability, so helpyou God.”
"Good as wheat v* exclaimed the father of
Touun.—The Boston Bee, a puper notorious
for its voracity, says thut a muu up in New
Hampshire went out a gunning ono day this
spring—ho saw a flock of pigoonB Bitting on
limb of au old pine, so lie dropped a ball into
bis giui aud fired, The ball split the limb, which
closed up and caught the toes of all, the birds in
it. Ho saw that he bad got them all so he
fustened two balls together with wire and fired,
cut the limb otf, whicli fell into the river; he
then waded in aud brought it ashore. On count
ing them there were over three hundrd pigeons,
and iu bis Imota worn two barrels of shad.
At Portsmouth. N. H., on Saturday last, „
flue shin called tho Juntos Buchanan, in honor
of tiio democratic nominee, was luuuched from
the ship-yard of Samuel Badger, Esq.
Large Haul of Counterfeit Money.—The
Philadelphia correspondent of the Baltimore
Sun, writing on tbe 3rd lust., says:
A man, who guvo his name as Michael Finne
gan, was arrested yesterday on tlie charge of
passing counterfeit money.—The accused had
in his possession $4,673 In sapurlous coin and
notes, and 136,89 of good money. Ami
■purioua notes were several on the Noi
ern Bank of Virginia.
OFFICE SAV’H, ALBANY k GULF R. R. CO.,)
Savannah, July 7tl», 1850. /
An Elution fur u Secretary und Trcas-
uror of the Savannah, Albany and Gulf
(abroad Company, will bo hold ut their ollluo, on
Friday, the llih uut., at 12 o’clock, M.
Jy7——4 t'HAS. GRANT, Hcn’ry and Troas.
IHE Contract for BiillUlug a Court llouso In tho
towu ol Maguoliu, Clinch couuty, Ga., will be
let U» Uio lowest bidder ou the First Tuesday lu Au-
gu»t next. The building to be thirty-six It. square,
with four rooms below und Court room uhove, with
sash aud voueliau blinds. For plau, apply ut the
Clerk’s olllco of said couuty. Terms or the con
tract made known on tho day.
JOHN .1. NORTH, j i c.
JACOB LIUUTSKK, i \ C.
ARCHIBALD HODGES. J l o.
JOHN 8. MORGAN, j i c.
Jytf—4 WM. M. NICHOLS, J i c.
’in a body, for sale.
ABA Thu uudersiguud, being desirous to turn 1QL
3£tbelr attention more extensively to lUrm-2E.
lug, oiler SEVENTY THOUSAND ACRES of wen so
leutud FARMING LANDS, in the 12th district of
Clinch couuty, Gu., lor sulo, which thy will sell on
reasonable terms for money or likely negroes.
There are between sixty aud ubiety luls of tho
ubove lauds well improved, iu linu condition for
renting. We will sell lu a body or small parcels to
suit purchasers. Address
WM. M. A W. J. NICHOI.S,
Jy9—4 Magnolia, Clinch Co., Ga.
^ILuUR.—100 bbls extra uud superfine tohunun
25 sucks extra do do do
lljo do Uuu and superlluc Flour, lor sulo low
by Jytf RODGERS, NOHRI.S A: U>._
B ACON AND PORK.—fitflihik Clear bides,26 do
Ribbed do, Id casks Hums
50 bbls Moss Pork, Just received aud for saloby
Jy9 RODGERS, NORRIS X- CO.
B agging rope, &c.—76 bales liaggiug
2UU cod'* Western Rope
2,000 lbs Twine, for Halo by
Jytf RODGERS, NORRIS k CO.
Jj 160 Hacks Knoxville
00 do Leuolr’s
60 bbls Noshvillo
25 do do
For aulo low by
VJ Bers, by
Flour, just received and for Halo by
jy8 RUSK, DAVIS k LONG.
C ANDLES.—60 b
dies, 80 do do
boxes Deadoli’s U’s Tuliow Can-
_ , ) 8*:» do do, lauding aud lor aale
by Jy8 _ bCRANTUN, JOHNoToN k GO.
B UTTER.—20 kegs and 26 tubs choke Goshen
iluttor. received por t-tuamur and lor sale by
jy8 bClUNiON, JOHNSTON k CO.
S YRUP AND MU LASSES.—50 bbls choice New
Orleans Syrup, 76 do do Molasses. Just rceelv-
uu and for sale by
Jy7 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON k CO.
L ARD.—20 hbis uud 60 kegs uow No 1 Leaf lard,
lauding * * * _ * *
Port of Savannah JULY 9
Steamer St Johns, McNelty, Palatka, to Claghorn
Ship Elizabeth, Wllllama, IJverpool—A Low k Co.
Por Bteumor St Johns, troin Palatka—16 halos 8
Island cotton, 12 bales tnoas, 120 hides, 4 bundles
aklns, 20 bbls rosiu and nulzo, to Ciugorn k Cuu-
uninghara, i W Anderson, Snider & Askew, Tiaon
* Muckay, S D Williams, J Bryan, Einstein k Eck-
u,an, Boston k Villalunga, Tlson &Gordou, FM My-
roll, Hunter k Uamtnell, Laduon k Rodgers, Miller
k Co, Harndeu’a Express, W H Tlson, A A Solomons
k Co, DeWitt «k Morgan, J T Jones, R&J Lachllson,
l’or ship James, Kay, Ibr Now York—Mrs Ford,
Mrs E tovell and family, Dr 8 U Pancost aud fami
ly, Dr too, Tuthill, W H Crauo, H A Cruue Mrs M
Frew, Miss EFrew, Master Frew.
Per steamer 8t Johns, trout Pulatku—G N Galplu,
W White, Holden, E W Uordon, 11 Walker, E Wur-
dotnuu, R Ariulluge, Mclntiro, D Humillun, G EPoe,
W Piles, .1II Daniell. A T Carmiler, D Williams, Dr
W T Torkes, W H Hull, A N Pud, T J BucUraau, C
Rawls and daughter, G D Pcuko, H L Live, A K
Cochrane, C B Cole, Miss Gumming, Copt B M Doty,
Capt HII Gray, LU Church and lady, Mrs Hutchi
son, Mrs Whltomun. Mrs Crattlo, Miss MoKeunn, W
Mallery, Miss toff, Mrs tomb.
■ 160 bogs good to prime Rio ColToo;
76 bags old Government Java do;
30 bags old brown Java do;
ils Stuart’s A, B and C Clanfled 8ugur_
60 “ " Crushed and Pulverized do;
40 hhds Porto Rico, Now Orlouns, und Muscovado
60 boxes Stuart’s Loaf Sugar;
60 hhds Sides aud Shoulders;
26 casks Trowbridge and Beaty’ 1 Hants;
160 bbls Denmead aud Oakley Flour;
76 bbls and half bbls Canal Four;
160 bbls Butter, Sugar aud Pilot Crackers;
60 boxes Soda Crackers;
200 boxes various hrauds aud qualities Tobacco;
25 coses Myer’s Aromatic do;
I60 bbls Cuba and New Orleans MulassesL.
60 hhds Cuba do;
60 bbls No. 1 Leaf Lard;
200 kegs and caus Lard;
6 M lb Bur toad;
600 bugs DropuudjBuck Shot;
500 kegs, buns and quarters, Dupont's Powder;
76 bbls Muss uud Primo Pork;
60 boxes Nectar Whisky;
100 quarts Scboldum Schuapps;
100 cusks piuts Ale and Porter;
300 bbls rectified Whisky;
100 bbls New England Rum;
150bbls Phelps and E Phelps’ Glu;
60 casks common and puro Malaga Wiue;
60 bblg White Wino und Cidor Vinegar;
20 crates empty Wino Bottlos:
500 boxes, Hoap, Starch, and Candles;
Iu store and for sale on accommodating terms.
mayl6 HOLCOMBE. JOHNSON k GO
JEFFERSON ROBERTS, ~
AND .DEALER IN
Timber and Lumber.
JgACON—10 casks prime Sides, just rccbived and
_ for sale by
Juno 26 CRANE, WELLS k (X).
A LARGE aud ulcely furnished room for a lady
aud gentlomun, or two gontlomou; also
nice room for a single gentleman, with hoard iu a * 0
private family In a central part of tho city. Inquire
at tho Uoorgian k Journal oUlce.
Y GLUME 111 of tho Life of George Washington.
by Washington Irvlug. We cuu supply all
wlio wish this most desirable work, iu any stylo of
Thu Wanderer, a tale of life’s Vicissitudes.
"Trudging along, unknowing what he sought,
Aud whistling as bo went, for w.mt of thought.'
Ey tho author or the Watchman, tompllghcr, etc.
Jehu Halifax, Gentleman, by the author of Tho
Head of the Family, Olive, ko.
Dickons’ Household Words for July.
Putnam’s Monthly for July
Frank Leslie's Gazcttco ol Fashion for July.
Mra Stephens’ Illustrated New Muuthly tor July.
Blackwood’ Ediuburh Magazine for June. For
■alu by WAKNOUK k DAV18,
Booksellers aud fiUliouers,
Jy2 16U Cougress street.
RACHAEL AND THE NEW WOKLO'
4 Trip to the United States and Cuba, translated
from tho French by toon Beauvallet.
nlker’s Expedition to Nicaragua aud History o
tho Central American War, with u map.
Tho Modoru Story Teller, or the host stories or tho
best authors, now first collected.
Frootuau Hart’s Worth aud Wealth, or Maxims,
Morals aud Mlsoollaoies for merconts, uow Hupply,
Tho Attack on 8am slick in Euglaud.
Curpontor on the Microscope, aud its revelations,
with upwards of 400ougravlugs.
Wharton arid BUllo ou Medical Jurisprudence.
The RCAlpt Huntors, by Oapt Moyne Reed.
Tbs Gray Bay Mare uud other lutniuary sketch-
es. with Ulustratloua.
Clara, or Slave Life in Europe, with an Introduc-
lion, by Sir Archibald Alison.
Western Africa, by Rev J L Wilson; John Halifax,
JyS W. THORNE WILLIAMS,
70.000 ACRES OF LAND
CITY SHERIFF'S SALE.
WILL be sold, before the court house door In
VT the city of Savannah, on tho first Tuesday in
July next, between tliu legal hours of Hale, 1 lot of
iAddors, 1 Bedstead, 1 let of Paintings, 2 Beds, 1
lot Paints, &n, Levied on us tlie property of F. O.
Coil, to sattHiy a distress warrant Issued, or tlie
Honorable the Inferior Court oi Chntham Couuty, lu
favor of John J. Hunt, Anu It. Wull uud Jumes J.
Wall, vs. T O. Carl. Property pointed out by
Plaintlirs. Terms Cash.
EDWARD M. PREN DERG AST.
July 6 fclierilf O. O. S.
O NE month after date, application will ho
inudo to the Bank ortho Stute of Georgia, for tho
myment of u Twenty Dollar Note ou tho said
lank, (No. 42.) the rigid liaud hull or which has
One mouth alter date uppllculiou will be made to
the Murine Bunk of Georgia lor the payment of u
Twomy Dollar Note, (No. 384) on said Nuuk, the
right bund half of whicli lias been lost.
Jytf—lu w—4w WM. B. HIGH!'.
Villa Rita. July H, 1856.
JE88E T. UEUNAUD,
ATTORNEY AND COUN.S1J.LOK AT LAW,
Reference—Guoigo .. Drown, Wiliium Dell, New-
uan.sville, Flu., R. U. Ildiou, Boston k Villulougu,
PATTEN. HUTTON k CO.
-For saie iu low to suit put cur*
RUSE, DAVIS k LONG.
H AY—36 bales Northern Hay, for sale by
Jy8 WILLIAM LYNN, 87 Buy »
i and for sale by
SCRANTON, JOHNSTON & CO.
HI. AVIUT SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AUUIATOK, KArfT HXJKUM.
Will practice lu the Eastern aud Southern Counties.
Refer to—Col. 8. 8. Sibley, and R. B. Hilton, Sa*
“cjuaS. o'. Campbell;
Practices tow iu tho vurluua Counties of the Oo
intilgeo Circuit, and tho uiljoiuing Counties ufTwiggs,
tourous uud Wushingtou. *
Refer to—John Boston, H. A. Cruue, and R. B
Hilton. ten 14
GROllGK A. GORDON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Commission^' of the U.S. Court of Claims for
the State of (ieorgia.
Olllco Corner Bay uud Butt streets,
DU. C1I ARLE8 il. COLDlNG,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. No. 14 LIBERTY BT.,
Ono door west ol Drayton, myll
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1EUUKLLA, WORTU COUNTY, IA.. (TOST OFFICE. AU1ANY.)
Will practise in the Soutlu^n Circuit, and in Macon,
Dooly und Worth Counties onlio Macon Circuit.
43jr Particular atteutiou given to the collection ol
claims iu South-Western Georgia. Je2—Out
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
lobl-ly _ IKW1NTON, (IA.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ap6-ly MACON, oa.
A. II. CHAMDION. “
(Successor to Champion A Watts.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
No. 4 Baruurd st., between the .Market uud Buy st.,
Dealer lu Grocorio?, Foreign uud Domestic Uquors,
Dried Fruits, &o., &c.
Reference—A. Champion, Esq., Samuel Solomons,
Esq., Messrs, ltabuu k Whitehead, aud Swilt fet'n.,
Savuuuah, Ga. myll
FRENCH CHINA, WHITE GRANITE,
and glass ware.
146 MFKH.NO OTRFET. OUAUUSTOX, KOUTU CAROLINA.
The subscribers respectfully solicit
from the traveling public, an inspection'
of their stock of Frouch aud Eugllsh
_ Chlua, in plain White, gold band, and
decorated dinner, dcsort, breakfast, tea, toilet, tuto-a-
teto sols und vases. Also, Cups aud Suucurs, Ate., ol
the celebrated Sevres China. White Granite of tbe
host manufacturers. Rich out Frouch, English aud
They have a variety of ornaments iu Parlmtu*
Ware, Busts of Calhoun, Clay, Webster, and others,
ondStatuotes of tho Greek Slave, Veuus Ue Medicis,
Thoy have also a beautiful, durublo and cheap arti
cle for fioors and lioarths, of
Plain and EncauiUe Tiles.
Their stock boiug very genorul, carefully selected
aud imported direct, olferslnducemonLs to merchants
as well os families, to whom goods will bo put up at
the lowest rates for cash.
WEBB At SAGE, Importers,
successors to Cameron, Webb &Co.
WJI. 8. DANlULL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
~ yy Olllco over Thomus M. Turner At Co.’s Drug
Stoio, Bay street. tny7
i>. a. (Tbyhse;
ATTOBNEY AT LAW,
OUlce 176, Bay-st., over Turner At Co’s. Drug Store)
GEORGE TROtJP HOW AUD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oilloe Monument Squaro, near Stato Bank.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Montlceilo, Jofiersou Couuty, Flu.
Kefureuce—Hon. W. B. Fleming, Savannah, Ga,
_ _ myll
EDWARD G. WILSON,
MAGISTRATE. NOTARY AND COMMISSIONER
At Messrs. Ward At Owens’ tow Olllcu. (myll
C. W. MABltY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FRANKUN, muun CO., UA.
Will attend to professional business iu tboCouutles
of Heard, Carroll, Campbell, Coweta, Fayette, Meri
wether and Troup,
Reference—Hou. E. Y. Hill, toGrauge, Ga.; Hon.
David Irwin, Marietta, Ga.; Colonel M. M. Tidwell,
Fayetteville, Ga.; aud Mr. wiliium Dougherty. Co
lumbus, Ga., Bopl7-ly
WELLS & WILLIAMS,
DOMESTIC, P.OREIGN AND FANCY
No. 149 Congress-st., Savannah, Qa.
JAS. T. WELLS, formerly of Bouufort Diut. H. C.
THKOPU1LUS WILLIAMS, " Scriven Co.,Ga.
Lumber, Mill and Brick Yards.
gept 5 SAVANNAH, GA.
it. LOCKBre. It. D. SNSLUNOB,
LOCKETT & SWELLINGS,
WUl attend to tUo selllug of all kluds of produce.
Strict atteutiou given to recoiviug and forwarding
goods. may 31 ly
Auction & Commission House, Macon, Ga.
a. r. McLaughlin,
Solicits from his friends consignments of evory
description. Takes orders for Cotton.
49" Special atteutiou given to the sales of Real
Hstuie, Stocks aud Negro proiierty, at public aud
private sales. Prompt returns and dispatch.
Reference—C. A. L. LAMAlt. mob 30
Marble Monuments, Tombs und Grave Stouos, furn
ished ou reasouablu terms. Orders run-
J. U. DAVIS. W. U. U)NG,
RUSE, DAVIS «£t LONG,
WAYNE, GRENVILLE dt CO^T
THOS. 8. WAYNE. C. E. GRENVILLE,
U. ALEX. WAYNE, W. T. 8AMPUS,
Jy 0—tf Savaunah. Chattanooga.
If you waut a good aud cheap
Trunk, Vallce, Carpet Bog,
or Clothing or any kind or quali
fy, ready made or mado op to your
measure; man Hutu, Caps, Shirts, Collars or Dress
Furnishing articles of any description! call aud so-
lect from the largest und best stock lu tho city, at
tho Star Emporium, 147 Buy street.
Jol3 WM. O. PRICE,
/“1ALL AT GRIFFIN’S uml you will Hud the most
bouuUful assortment of biuuII Fancy Articles in
ciuua aud gold oru&weuted, consisting in part of
Jewel boxes, fancy do, reticules, florets, hoquet va
ses, cables. Uracket gruudolaa, small do, cologuo
bottles, ribbons, cologuo, lanteru blue florets, can
dlesticks, and last though uot least useful, match
boxos, u very tasty Kuteuliau aud something uow «u*
“rely. G. M. GRIFFIN,
Successor to the late M Eastman,
Jy® Corner Bryan aud Whitaker sts.
J UST RECEIVED BY EXi'RESS—AuotheTfiTio'va
riety of Silver Ware of tho most bouuUful iu»t-
tern aud llulsli, butter kuives, pleklo kuives und
forks, knives, forks and spoons, fruit kuives aud
iorks, cake aud pen knives iu overy variety, mus
tards aud salts iu all variety from plain to Ure most
ornamental. G. M. GRIFFIN,
Successor to the late M Eastman,
Jy6 - Corner Bryan and Whitaker sts,
^^TLANTIO LHAD.—Constantly or bond
and for sule ut
CHAFFER A CO.’s,
No. 0 Whitaker streot.
B acon sides a shoulders—
26 hhds Prime Bacon Sidos,
10 “ “ 44 Shouldors,
Landiug and for salo by
my23 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON k 00.
I^NuiJsH POTATOES*—30 humors choice Eating
Potatoes, in small puckogo.
For sale by [may27j
For family use.—
/ lllAMl'AGNi;—12 baskets genuino Heidsio
VJChampugno iu tdoro and for aale by
may 10 OGTAVUS COHEN,
S TARCH, COFFEE AND CANDY.—60 bxs Frc3h
Sturcli; &u dii Ground Colton; 50 do assorted
Gaudy, received aud for sale by
McMAliUN k DOYLE',
June 4 206 and 207 Day stroot.
I N STORE—per stcumsblp Knoxville—Extra Ta
ble Butter and Cheese; Beef Tongues; Smoked
beef; Hams; Iiucon; l'ig l’ork; White Hcuus;Heck- -
er's Solf rulalng Flour; Raisins, Figs, Dates, Prunes,
almonds, Ate., ke.j Pickles of ull kluds; Preserves,
assorted; Druudy Fruit, assorted; Preston's Promt- *
uin Chocolate; best of Teas, Colice, uud Stuart’s No
1, A, B and U Sugars; liibbert’s London Porter;
Falkirk’s Scotch Alu; Claret and other Whies; at
Family Grocery Store,
corner Whitaker and Charlton eta,
JOHN S. NORRIS,
H AVING resumed the practice of hlsproles-
Kioii, ollurs ms services to his frieudsuud the
public as uu Architect uud ttuperiuteudeut..
Designs lot uiiy part of the country supplied and
executed iu all tho various branches of his proles-
Hlou, such as Public Edifices, Stores, Dwellings,
Monuments, &c. Thoroughly Fire Proof blorcu de
signed und executed. Oilice at present iu Bay toue,
rear of the Custom House. Jau 3—ly
☆ OJCjOTKIKTG A
1 DOOR WKSTOFTHEKEl’DULIOANREADINGHOOM.
Cloihlug ; Hats
and Cups, Shirts,
W.O* Price, Also, Superfine
FASHIONABLEICJoUjs, ■ asaimers
aud Vestings, will
be made to mea
notieo • ..
WILLIAM 11. DASHER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Truupviile, towmles Couuty, Ga.
Will practice in Thomas, towmles, Clinch, Ware,
Appling, Telfair, irwiu, Laurdus, und Pulaski
counties, Georgiu; and m Jeilecsou, Madison, Ham
ilton, uud Coiumbiu counties, Florida. [myll
WM. M. WILLIAMS. TH.UiUKl'8 OUVEkT” JACK 11HOWN.
WILLIAMS, OLIVER BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Buena Vista, Marion Couuty, Ga.,
Will practice iu the comities ol Marlon, Macon, Hous
ton, Stewart, Rundtlpli, Muscogee, Lee, and auy
adjoiuing counties, witere their services may be
- joiwTu. cochraneT
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
DubUu. tourous county, Ga„ late Juulor partner of
tho Urui of A. A J. CociiKAxn, irwiiitoii, Ga., will
attcuU promptly to ull busiuess entrusted to tils
care. Particular atteutiou paid to collecting. Re-
l'erouce—Dr, 0. B. uuyton, K. H. Ro\4e, iiubliu,
Ua., M Marsh, Savannah. myll
Factor and Geucnii Commission Merchant
NO} 71 UAY-STKKKT, SAVANNAH, OA.,
Rmas to—Messrs. Uaghorn A Cuuumghuui, Beil
k Preutlsa, Ogdeu, Stavr & <Jo., aavwuuuU; J. P,
Tlmmpsoii. Boston. uov 1
Jt5i- Ordcrsfrom city uud county solicited. ,
Pulaski House Burner Shop,
Owens' Brick Building, ojijsjsite the Pulaski House,
FIVE WORKMEN ENGAGED.
Mill's Unit House Barber Shop,
FOVH WORKMEN ENGAGED.
rpHE subscriber, thankful to liis fellow-citizens
JL for the liberal patronuge he ims received, and
is still receiving, begs respectfully to iniorm tliem
that he has euguged suificteut additional first-class
workmen from some of tho best Barber Shops iu
Now York, and will be enabled to accommodate as
nmuy gentlemen us may honor him with their pa-
N. iJ.—Tho Barbershops are closed ou Sundays—
strangers will please bear this iu rniud.
0. S. IIAKKISON. a. C. Mcuuini
HARRISON & McGEHEE,
AUCTION, COMMISSION, IUSCKIV1NG AND
59 AND 61 UKOAD-HTltKET, COLDMUUS, GEUKQlA.
93T Particular attention giveu to tho sales of Real
Estate, Negroes aud Produce.
49" 1 jberu(advances maduou Negroes and Mer
" RUSE, FATTEN A CO. )
GUN BY A DANIEL, ^Columbus, Ga.
STEWART, GRAY AGO. j
RUSE, DAVIS & LONG, I
wh. wmuuT, ; s " va ' ml ».
VODNU, ATKINS & DUNHAM, \ kl , ,
U. A. UKUKNK K Cu.. j AFal.chlia.1.
11. S. SMITH, ) Mobile, Alubama.
oct 23 ly
WM, AUOLKV CUL'I'l.ll. J.NU. Uud'Kit KiUSSK.
COlPElt & FRASER,
FACTORS k GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Bay street, tavamndi, Ga. (myll
JOHN G. FALLIUANT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
WINDOW BLINDS, WINDOW SASH AND PANE
West side Monument Square, Savannah, Gu.
JOHN C. BOOTH,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND BUIIVEYOU,
Will also give Uls atLiittun to designs iu Architec
ture. OUico iu the store of .Jolrn Williamson, Esq.,
Bay street. my 13
Cl IA b 4 PH It <Sf CO.,
No. 0 AVliltakov Street, Huvnuuult, Gu,,
WUOLESAUi AMI KKfAin UKAlJilW IX
S ASHES. Blinds, Doors, Mouldings, Ac. While
toad, /.Inc, While Liusecd, .Sperm, Whale, Tan
ners’and NcuUiiboiUlts, Glass, Brushes, Gold Leaf,
Bronze, Builders’ Unrdwuru. Nnlls, Murillo Mantels,
ko., kc. Jo4
J UST RECEIVED, per schooner J. R. Allen, from
CELEBRATED UNRIVALLED PREMIUM
CAKES and CRACKERS,
Jumbles, Lemon Cakes,
Tea Cukes, Scotch Cakes,
Ginger Soups, Ediuburgh Cakes
Milk Biscuit, Soda Bisciut,
Wiue Biscuit, Butler Biscuit,
Water Biscuit, Pic Me Biscuit, Au.
juuczt) corner Whitaker aud Charltou-ats.
1)118. LEFLElt .V WiLt'oX, Rent 1sts.
ARE now fully prepared to in
sert full or partial setts of Teeth
ou the principle of Dr. J. Aliena's
Patent Continuous Gum, By this
Improvement, the form of tho luce cuu be restored to
any degree of rotundity that may bo desired. It Is
applicable in all cases where the checks liuvo fallen
iu uud cuunut’be detected by Mm closest observer.—
This method combines the following* i vuutagos:—
Au artificial gum, which exhibits a perfectly natural
uud iite-liko appearance, and imparts to the tliceth
Unit peculiar uxpresrduu which characterizes tho uu-
This Uum consists of a silacious compound, which
is applied and fused upon the Teeth and Plate iu suefi
a manner, os to fill up all the iutcr.-diccs around the
base of tho Teeth, and also unites them Uruily to
each other uud to tho Plato upon which thoy are
sett. This secures perfect cleanliness of tho Tooth.
Utllco over DoWittk Morgan, Cougress street,
*** Republican aud Ueorgiuu copy. fob 1G—tl
Ijii'go sized l’hotographs, la-
AT TWKI.VK UOIJAKS I'KK UOZKN
Also, Ambrolynes aud Da
guerreotypes, iu Ids usual su
perior style. A call is solicito'E
J. W. MILLER,
mar27 _ cr. St. Julian-st. aud Market square.
typci uml Pltoeoiri'uuliy.
P. M. CARY
W OULD respectfully give notice that his
rooms are uow open for the season, uud rea
lty tor tho reception of visitors.
By tho Auiirotyvk process persons may uow have
their children’s pictures takcu. in almost any posi
tion thoy mayuhoo.ic, iu front 1 to 3 secoddsstaiug.
can bo transferred to paper, beautifully colored uud
enlarged to Ufo. oct 22
J. \V. I'ATTKUSON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
TroupvlUo, towudos Couuty, Ga. (myll
JAMES M. SAVAGE,
AlTORNEV AT LAW,
tiiomasviu.i:, moMAs coc.vrv, ua.
AU busluess entrusted to his care will receive
prompt attention. lyr—marI7
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
49" Olllco on Bay street, over tho Bank of savan
nah. x t\»U2
JAMia a. KODGKIW. ..'.JIKS A. XOKK1S.
ROBGEHS Cti NOIiRIS,
(Into Crauo A; Rodgors,
Juuo 1,1855, [Jo 2*
A LE AND PORTKIt.—26 bbls Summer Slock Ale,
20 casks Byass’ toudou Porter, piuts, Just ro-
cmvod aud for sule by v
JyO SCRANTON, JOHNSTON k CO.
M USTARD, boxes Mustard; 150 do
puro Popper: 100 do Starch: recelvod uud for
sule by McMAllON & DOYLE.
JunolP ■ 206 aud 207 Bay stroot.
S ILVER AND GOLD PLATING cun now bo doue
at homo. Mr. CHARLES KEMISH haviug es
tablished hiraaclf nermanotuly. all work lu tliU lluo
will bo douo with dispatch. All ropalrlug of Castors,
Teapot-:, Caud testicles, spoons, Forks, or any other
artlclo will ho douo neatly before plating. All old
allvor plate, such as Toasottsor Urus, Forks or
Spoons, will bo ro-flnlshod and mado equal to now,
aud at moderate prices. All work or ordors lett at
myatoro will be attended to promptly.
P. S.—Watch cases galvanized.
m»y27 Q. M. GRIFFIN.
JjirrKA CANAL FLOUR.-
Landing and for sale by
CtIXTY tlays after date, application will bo made
IO to tin- Honorable the ordinary ol McIntosh
comity, tor leave to sell tho real estate, being In
this county, of tlie lute Juuum Smith, known us
Sidon (rice) Plautatiou sold for the beuulit of the
heirs of said estate.
DEAN M. DUN WOODY,)
JOHN JONES, 1
JOHN F. DUN WOODY,
Darien, July 1,18SG. Jy2
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
EllzulmU. t’uiily 1 Cl| , ru0 Sul , crlor ^
Joint ciuily. J M«y Turin, ISfiO.
I T appearing to the Court, from tlie return of the
shorin', thut the defendaut. John Cauly is not to
be found iu Coil'eo couuty, aud hois uot iu the state;
ou luotiuu of Wiu U Gauldlug, uUoruey lot Uboliuut,
it is ordered tlmt servico be perfected ou said de->
fondant by a publication of this order in cue of tUo
public journals of £avuunuh, once a mouth for
three months preceding tho next term of this court,
rcquii'iug said delenduut to uppeur at the next term
of Cotfoe Superior Court, lu tliu mouth of Novem
ber next, and tUu bis defensive allegation to tho
A truo extract from the minutes ol tbe Superior
Jy2 EW’D ASHLEY, Clerk.
LIBEL FOlt DIVORCE.
EWllUusuu, ■) ] u Liberty sujmrlor Court,
liras. Wilkinson./ M “y foi'rn, 1SSB.
I T appenug to me Court, by tbe return of tho
shorili; iu the above stated case, that the defend
ant is not to be found in the county, aud that ne is
not to bo found iu tliu statu; ou tuotiou of Win B
Guuldeu, counsel for libellant, It is ordered that ser
vice bo perfected ou said Ueieudaul, by u publica
tion of this notice once a mouth for three tuouilis,
next preceding tho next term of said tiunerior Court,
requiring said dofonduut to be and appear at tlie
next term of Liberty Superior Court to answer lu
tbo said causo*
A true extract from the minutes of said Superior
jy2 8. A. FRASER, Work.
GLYNN SHERIFF’S SALE.
W ILL bo sold before tlie Court Homo in tho city
uf Brunswick, couuty of uivuu, ou tliu fir a
Tuesday iu August next, between tho legal hours of
sale, the following property, to wit: Ouufoturparoel
of land situate, lymg aud being lu the city of Bruns
wick, lu the county of Glyuu, stute of oa., known
uud distinguished lit the plan of suld city us utd Town
Lot, number two hundred vud Uitv-ihrce, und tho
improvements thereon; levied on by virtue of afi
fa issued out of the City Court of Savuiiuuah, iu tlie
county of Chatham, iu favor of Beiijamiu C Frank-
By lira llioTOOKAWiio |iroira.a uld iiflgucrrcotypM !'“ ™ OBurtiu K MumMo. lT-lwiy iraluledoul
i bo trauslerred to paper, beautifully colored uud
Jy2_ M. C. B. WRIGHT, 8. o. o.
C IODKY’S imDY’S BOOK, for July; Arthur’a
JT Homo Magazine, for July; Fetoraou’g Mouth-
ly Magazine, for July; Harper's New Monthly Mag
azine, for July; and, Grahum’s Illustrated Monthly,
for July. i
The History or Europe, from tho full of Napcleon
to the accession of Louis Napoleou, lu two volumes,
by Sir Archibald Aiisou, a new supply.
iiei'tlia, by Frcdrika Bremer, translated by Mary
liotv i U.
Tho Ship Carpenter’s Wife, u story for tho Uinos,
by VV E S Whilmuu.
Tim Tunglelown totters, edited by the author of
Records of tho Dubbleton I’atlsb, 5:c.
Salad for tho Social, by tho author of Salad for the
Comic Miseries ofllumnn Ufo.
I'lii-l i-bus-tali, a song that’s by no author.
For sale at 16tf Cougress stroot, by
Juno 28 WAKNOUK k DAVIS.
BROUGHTON STREET HACK
Tbo undor.-dgne<l haviug put tha
above Stables iu good couditiom
aro prciiaredto accummodato tholr
__ customura with Carriages, Hacks.
Buggies, sulkies, Ac., with sound, guutlu, and well
broke horses, aud carefol drivers. Horses*boardcd
ou accommodating terms, and well cared for. Two
pairs of fine Carriago Horses for sale. Inquire cor-
uor ol lMruard uud Brough'on streets.
apU4—ly STEVENS * ELUSION.
Will tako contracts for Bulldiug and Working Ma
sonry or overy description. Resldouco, No. 3 Mm
Jewett's Range, South sido Jones st. oct 80
WOOD AND IAJMBEn.
A LL kluda of Wood, Boards. Planks. Joist,
^“‘tor.BhmgloB, Ught-wood, I’osts, i-Xsteru
, Latnsjuid 1'aiUugs, for sole, at wholesale and retail.
-28 barrels Extra Canal low for caah,oa tho new wharf recently erected ou
the Lumber Yard or Robert A. Allen * Co.
mar 12-lyW M. J. U MOULTON