VOL. xxxvm [OLD SERIES.]
SAVANNAH, (GA.) THURSDAY, JULY 10, I860.
GEORGIAN & JOURNAL
THURSDAY, Two O'clock, P. U.
Won’t Bottom tii* Squatter Sovihiion.—
The New Orleans Delta, tho lending organ of
the Louisiana Democracy, says the Augusta
Chronicle, openly repudiates Mr. Buchanan, be
cause of nts declaration in lUvor of squatter
sovereignty, in his letter of acceptance; and
declares Us determination not to support him.—
Republican qf this morning.
There happen to be two material errors in the
Chronicle's paragraph. In the first place, the
New Orleans Delta is not and never was a Dem
ocratic organ. It Is in politics independent—
sometimes sustaining, sometimes opposing
Democratic candidates. If we recolloet right
ly, it refused to supi>ort the Democratic nomi a
oees for Mayor and Aldermeu in the late dec.*
tion iu New Orluaus. The N. O. Courier Is the
Democratic organ iu that ciiy.
But the other error is more important. So
to from repudiating Mr. Buchanan, the Delta
is attempting to unite the whole body of the
Southern people iu his support. We have be.
ion us its issue of July 4th, in which, after
mentioning three Southern States as not entire
ly certain for Buchanan, it goes on to say:
The failure of either of these States to vote
with the other Southern States as a unit would
seriously endanger the result, and might throw
the election into the House, where there is lit
tle doubt the Black Bepublicaus would triumph
as they did iu the election of Speaker. It be
comes then the obvious duty and policy of all
Who would defeat the Black League, which is
headed by Fremout, to endeavor-to cuucentrate
the whoio strength of the South upon the
strongest constitutional ticket that is presented.
That is uuquestiouabLy the Buchanan and
Breckenridge ticket, upon the Douglas-Soule
Mr. Fillmore can only enter us an clement
to disturb the calculation on which this policy
is based. He has uot even an uppreoiable chance
Of election. It is a rnukintatuatiou to suppose
so. The delusion cuu do nothing but produce a
marplot iu the South, nml will uot detract one
whit from the Black Republican consolidation
lathe North. In the North the buttle will be
waged against the South, and the more distinct
the issue, and couceutrutcd the opposition in
the South, the better. The question is, who is
the most esnservative, uatfonal and available
candidate for the South to uuite upon ? From
all present indications and data, Air. Buchan
an, take him ull in ull, plutform included, Is that
Worse titan Border Romanism*
We published some time since a communica
tion from tho Rev. Pardee Butlor of Kansas,
taken from the JV. Y. Tribune, in which It will
be remembered he gave a doleful account of
hts treatment in Kansas, and particularly by
certain South Carolina friends, as ho termed
them. He appears to huve removed his head
quartern lately to Illinois, and to have called
upou tho citizens .of Brown Gouuty, iu that
State, for sympathy,.and got np a public meet*
ing for the occassion. His success was most
brilliant, and presents one of the most ludicrous
pictures we have ever seeu. If we could have
the vote of Brown County before us, os It wiIf be
given next fall, we would bo willing to wugcr
largely on a heavy Democratic majority there ;
without having any knowledge of the state of
parties in the said County.
Wo extract the particulars from u cotcmpora
Upon tho representations of Klder Pardee
Butler relative to his treatment iu the town of
AtchLsou, Kansas Territory, a public meeting
was called lu Mount Sterling, Brown county,
:. One ot ti
If such is the case, then every vote cost
against him in the South is a vote indirectly in
favor of the Black Republican ticket. But let
the South go as a unit for Buchauau against
the Black Fusion—given that Pennsylvania
and any one other free State go the same way—
and the defeat of Fremont will be ensured; the
black tide will be hurled back from the Capi
tol which it threatens to engulph, and for lour
years, at least the Union may hold together
without subjecting the South to the alternative
of abject submission to the rabid Kukistocrncy
of the North or secession.
Now we rather like to seo the independent
presses of the South repudiating Mr. Buchan'
an, after this fashion. Our readers will agree
With ub, that such a “ declaration of a deter
mination not to support him” in non partisan
Journals, of extensive circulation, will not
atrlously lessen his chances of election.
Washington, July 7—Senate.—Mr. Yulee
reported a joint resolution, which pas passed,
appropriating $10,000 for the continuance of
tliemail service between Charleston and Ha
vana during August and September, for
Which the present contract did not provide.
The bill for the improvement of the mouth of
the Mississippi, which whs vetoed by the Presi
dent, was then considered.
Mr. Slidell, of Lu.,aud Mr. Cass madespeech
Min favor of tho bill.
The question*‘shulithe bill pass notwithstand
ing the objections of the President ?” was thou
put, and adopted in the affirmative, by a vote
ofyeas 31, nuys 12.
The Chair announced that two-thirds of
those present having voted for the bill, it was
Mr. Mason, of Virginia, appealed from the
decision of the Chair.
Alter some delude, the decision of the Chair
web sustained—yeas 34, nays 7.
The Senate theu passed the bills for the im
provement of St. Mary’s ltiver and the St
Clair Flats, over tho President’s veto—the for
mer by a vote of 28 to 10, and the latter 28
Uouee.—The Senate bill for the admission of
Kansas, was referred to the Committee on Ter
ritories, and ordered to be printed, with utueud-
meats, to be ottered by Messrs. Dunn, of Ind.,
and Bennett and Haven, of New York.
The bill pending fora settlement of the
claims of officers of the Revolutionary army,
and widowsaudorpbauHor those who diediu
the Bervice, was ordered to be engrossed lor a
The House raj used to suspend the rules in or
der to act on the resolution of the Senate fix
ing tho time for adjournment.
An Aggravated Case of Murder,
Old Point Comfokt, Va., July 7.
Dear Express A very aggravated case of
murder occurred nn Saturday night last, at
Hampton, in this vicinity. A man named Mr*
bone, who kept a small grocery shop, lmd long
‘ yiugon an ulif'* *
been suspected of curryiug on an illicit traffic
with negro slaves, and the eye of the police lmd
beeu fastened upon him of late very closely. On
Saturday night about U o’clock, un officer nara-
ad Lively, finding an unlawful ussemby of ne.
groes upon Ids premises, entered with the pur
pose ol arresting him, when Mnlione seized n
S on loaded with buck shot and killed Lively
ead upon the spot. A great excitement pre
vails in the community of Humpton in conse
quence of this diabolical outrage. At tho last
accounts, Alalmne hud uot Itccn arrested.-
Illinois, on May 31st.
f ¥ _ jrkc
binges of the people that was ever witnessed in
the largest assent-
Brown county met at the Court House. The
•.*owd being too large to be accommodated In
the Court House, adjourned to the Court Hoime
On motion, Johu W. Price, was called to the
chair, and James Wash appointed Secretary.
The object of the meeting was explained, and
tlie questions presented discussed by a number
of shakers. After which the following rosolu.
tions were introduced by J. R. Gordon jtud adopt-
ted by an oyurwhelmiug yea :
Whereas. The citizens of Brown county,
Ill., were called together to sympathise with
Puradee Butler, and through him to furnish
Abolition and Black Republicanism thunder:
And, whereas, the citizens of Brown county are
not iuformed of sufficient facts iu the case to
induce them to sympathise with Paradec Butler
having heard the stutesmeuU of only one side,
aud knowing by experience that two versions
of such matters mo generally given, neither of
which is apt to be totally without foundation:
And, whereas, Paradee Butler, from his own
statement, went to Atchison, in the Territory
of Kansas, iu the character of a bully, for the
avowed purpose of exciting a mob spirit, and
met a bully’s fate; therefore,
Hesolved, fThol while we deprecate mobs
and the mob spirit that has prevailed in Kansas,
as well as iu other portions of our Union, we de
precate equally the spirit of fanaticism, so fre
quently oviuced, that is calculated to arouse
and excite this mob feeiling in nn excited com
Anu whereas, believing Pardee Butler to
have beeu endowed witli a sufficient portion of
common sense to foresee the consequences oi
his own acta, and believing, farther, that the
counsellors and instigators of the calling of tills
meeting designed to furnish the ubolitiou
fanatics of the day with political capital—there
Resolved, That the citizens of this county
express no sympathy with Pardee Butler, un
der the present circumstances, and have no de
sire to famish the minions of tiewurd, Greeley,
Giddings & Co. materials to feed the depraved
appetites of their deluded followers, who wor
ship at the shrine of Abolitionism, und invoke
in their prayers disunion.
Resolved, That hereafter, when any person or
f lemons call a meeting for the purpose of pasti
ng Black Republican resolutions, they be and
are hereby requested to call for the attendaueo
of Abolitionists and Black Republicans, and
not for the attendance ot the citizens of Brown
Resolved, That tho citizens of Brown county
recognise the right of the people of each State
and Territory to regulate their own domestic
institutions as free and sovereign powers, with
out the interference of the people of any other
State or Territory.
Resolved, That the proceedings of this meet
ing l»e published in the Western Spy, Quincy
Republican, .Quincy Herald, State Register,
Chicago Times, Missouri Republican, Ruahvillc
Jacksonville mid Pike county papers.
After nine hearty cheers for tlie Union the
JOHN. W. PRICE, Chairman.
James Wash, Secretary.
American State Convention of Georgia,
The Georgia Citizen extra of yesterday, brings
us the ottlolal report of the proceedings of the
After an Informal organisation, It was mov
ed and carried, thut all persons presetit friend
ly to the eleotion of Hon. Millard Fillmore, of
New York, to the Presidency of the United
Sfutes,’, be invited to tuke scats in tlie body and
participate in its deliberations.
On motion of Col. A. U. Wright of Jofltenon
Resolved, That all persons present from Coun
ties that have no regular delegation, be invited
to take seats as Representatives of the counties
in which they live.
The following names were enrolled as dele
gates from Chathuin:
F. S. Bartow, J. E. Roden, Tims, 8. Wayne,
Jno. N. Lewis, H. C. Perryman, B. H. Har
dee, J. G. Rogers, Geo. W. Hurdcostlc, John A,
The following report was presented by Mr
Bartow, Chuirman of committco on business
yesterday mom ing, and unanimously adopt*
Tlie American party of Georgia adopt the
following declaration of principles:
1. The maintenance of this Union of co-equal
sovereign States, as our lathers made it, as the
paramount political good—paramount in its
adaptation to the security of our rights and
the nuppiness or the people.
2. The means by wbicb wc propose to main
tain this is obedience to tho Constitution of the
United States, and ull laws passed iu pursuance
thereof, as sacredly obligatory upon individuals
3. We regard the great doctrines of retlgiouB
liberty aud the separation of Church and State
as cardinal principles of our government—as
well settled und us firmly established as the
right of trial by jury und the writ of habeas
corpus, and therefore we will oppose the eleva
tion to office of auy uud all persons who deny
the great American doetriue of liberty of cou-
science, or who favor the union of Church aud
titate, or who recognize any civil allegiance to
auy foreign power, prince or potentate what
4. The purity of tlie ballot box—tho ad
ministration of our laws—the safety of our
S le—the integrity of our Government—tlie
ision of putiper and criminal immigration,
aud tho enforcement of our neutrality laws, de
mand, iu our opinion, a material modification
of our naturalization laws and a radical revision
of our immigration laws. By this we do not
seek to disturb, iu any manner tlie privileges
of those of our foreign bom citizens who are
naturalized under our existing laws, uud we
invite all of them who ugree to our principles
to Income members of the American Party.
5. Tho territory of the United States wo re
gard us the common property of ail the States
as co-equul sovereignties, amt us such open to
settlement by the citizens of tho States with
their property us matter of right; aud that no
power resides uitlier iu Congress or tho territo
rial Legislature, or the people of the territories
while a territory, to exclude from hcttlcmeut
in any territory any portion of the citizens of
this Republic with their property legally held
in the States from which they emigrate. We
repudiate therefore the doetriue commonly
called squatter sovereignty iu the territories.
ti. The right to vote is a privilege of citizen
ship, uud should not be extended to foreiga
emigrants in a territory before they are natural
Iirb in Augusta.—A lire occurred aboutone
o’clock on yesterday morning, in a house situat
ed in the neighborhood of the lower level of the
Augusta Canal, aud ou the West side of Mar-
bury street, unteuauted, but owned by Mr.
Nagle. The fire then extended to the two-story
house occupied as a residence by Mr. Nagle—
and also burnt down tlie two udjoinlng build
ings owned by J. Meyer. All four of the hous
es were destroyed. We understand that the
loss will be about three thousand dollars, which
will fall upon insurance companies. The fire
Was evidently the work of an incendiary, as a
previous unsuccessful effort, but a few nights
belore. hud lieen made to destroy this same
property—Aug. Constitutionalist, July 0/A.
'Ihe Expected Dismissal of Mr, Dallas.
r A correspondent of the N. York Post writ-
Ing from London under date June 17th, when
it was expected Mr. Dallas would be dismissed
l was at the House last evening, and it was
most interesting scene. The House was
crowded by members and the galleries by
strangers ° J
Lord John Russell spoke with great serious-
ness, and every, body felt thut it wus a most
important crisis in tne career of the Anglo-
Saxon race. When Palmerston uroso to an
nounce the determination of the Ministry, the
Mlfliice wus profound uud the anxiety intense.
At tbe announcement thut they hud determined
not to suspend relations with tho American
Minister, there was a perfect thrill of emotion
und satisfaction. So close the Cabinet kept the
matter, that whoa I arrived at Mr. Dallas’ to
congratulate him, lie had not received tho
■lightest intimation of his lute, aud 1 hud the
vey ^reat satisfaction of announcing it to him
bMUMr Pahunt—O. VV. Kendall, of tlm
* Inayune, write to that iiapor, that ho
JUtowH a lady in San Antonio who before her
•Ideal son was chaatiwd foraome fault, tainted
i?™ i H , llou . l,i 1,0 l* Bt under influence ofchloro-
lorm to dendeu the aenae of pain.
. I?* A 0 ’’ 1 ** 40 * or Tkui-ehinc, Drink—
a Otowninn boy was recently rcacoed In Boa-
Sttai 0 "*'’"J', a , M r- kotan, whereupon a by.
tand«rreni.rl(ed.th.t the Hula fellow would
Thi*IS&!) eU ’ taa11 “i* b " n #* Cmm-aid,
*“* wm promptly utmM.
American Affairs Iu England,
A gentleman named Gainsborough who uses
only tlie initial "D,” hut who enclosed his curd
to the editor of the London Star, writes that he
isuncur relativo of Mr. Crampton, aud thus
terminates his letter:
“I have most strongly felt and most firmly
believe that the public interests have lieeu over
looked for private considerations. Sir Phillip
Crauipton, Buronet, of whom the lute Ameri
can Minister is tlie only son, aud the Earl of
Clarendon during tlie Earl’s Vice Royalty in
Ireland, as well as iu former times, wiien his
lordship (then Mr. Yiltiera) occupied a situation
iu the customs of Dublin, were on terms of the
most cordial uud intimate friendship.
/•Through his lordship’s interest Mr. Cramp-
ton Urst entered the Diplomutic service-
through his lordship’s interest Mr. Crumpton
was promoted to that exalted position lie 1ms
recently filled, and ill which, through iiis lord-
ship’s exertions, he bus retahied until the Presi
dent of the United States has been compelled
to dismiss him, though the voice of the coun
try and the honorable feelings of tho majority
ot our countrymen felt at once that Lora Clar
endon ought at once to have recalled him. 1
repeat, sir, and I fully believe that the public
good has been sacrificed to Lord Clarendon’s
private friendship, and therefore, although
personally I shall feel inclined to spare Mr.
Crumpton on the gronud of our relationship,
I put you in possession of these facts.”
The London Star has a capital article, in
which it says:
••Her Majesty’s Ministers have followed tho
better purt of valor, which is discretion, iu Die
decision they have adopted respecting our rela
tions with the United States. Lord Palmeratou
stated last night, amid the cheers of a very
crowded Houho of Commons, that the govern
ment had not advised her Majesty to suspend
communications with the Minister of the United
States iu this country ; in other und less diplo
matic language, thut Mr. Dallusis not to bo dis
missed. We are quite willing to give them
credit for having been actuated iu tnis matter
by motives of justice and patriotism. Still,
there is no harm in stating the fact, which we
believe is unquestionable, that if they had come
to the opposite conclusion, they would have
been defeated on Mr. Bailie’s motion, and must
have surrendered the reins of power into other
hands. Be thut as it may, we earnestly con
gratulate the nation un the issue, for it nus for
tlie present ut least dispelled a cloud, big with
elements of terror and destruction, and which
was gradually overspreadiug tho horizon.”
It hits off the Post and Times most liapii....
"Tnere is another useful revelation thut has
come out of this business, and tbnt is, that the
bluster ol our so-culled leading Journals, is of
extremely small sigiiificmico or authority. A
few days ago we cited some specimens of the
literary thunder that had been directed against
the United Stutes for tlie lost few months. Tlie
Americans were warned, in the most explicit
language of the summary vengeance that would
full upon them, if they dared to offer any indig
nity to the accredited Ambassador of England.
Mr. Crampton was represented os u spotless in
nocent, on whose transparent veracity and vir
tue not tlie shadow of au imputation should be
allowed to rest, a man proud in tho conscious
ness of unimpeachable integrity—
•Who, loll no fesr, for he know no sin *
But look ut the columns of those papers yes
terday, when they knew or suspected that the
government was uot going to send Mr. Dallas
ti way. It is reully edifying to see how meekly
they prepare to eat their leek. For their part,
they regret to be obliged to acknowledge thut
they fear Mr. Crampton was not a very dis
creet tnau, und not quite lit for his position,
aud that certainly it would bo n pity to go to
war with our dear American brethren on such
nn issue! And we trust that this will not be
without its effect ou tho other side of the Atlan-
fto* that tho people of the United .Stutes will
believe that much of the hravado iu which It is
the pleasure of these papers to indulge, Is mere
ly empty babble, ‘full of sound and fury, signi
fying nothing.’ When, therefore, they hear
these volcanoes of mud fix und explode, don’t
let them be inordinately alarmed, for the end
of the world is not yet come.
at an Isolated point, Raving to collect from re
mote sources laborers, tools, provisions, aud ma
terials of every description.
Ono thousand tons of iron for this road have
been shipped from New York to Fcrnandina.
Four thousand tons of iron have recently been
purchased in England for the road, fifteen hun
dred of which have been alreudy shipped lor
Fcrnandina, and the balance will lie shipped
during this month. These purcliusta.will iron
fitly miles of the road, and it is the intcution of
tlie Company to huve it all laid down by the
first of February next. at farthest, so as to have
Tilly*milesof tho road opened for business ut
that time. A locomotive and cars will be shipp
ed from Philadelphia for Furimndina during tuo
present mouth, und will aid greatly iu facilitat*
jug the construction of tlie read. About three
hundred liunds are now employed,to bo increas
ed In October to six hundred, aud the work will
be pressed to its completion with the utmost
energy. It is the expectation and determim
tion of tho Company to iuive it finished und m
operation in two yeurs from this time.
Fernandina is sltuated.'iVwriia northern point
of Amelia Island, at tho mouth or St. Mury’s
Sound. It has an admirable harbor, with an
ample depth of water fora large commerce, it
Is about 152 miles froQF Charleston, or nlwiit
twelve hours run by steamers. The road across
the Peninsular (140 miles) can bo readily trav
elled in lour and a half hours, and the time bet
ween Cedar Keys and New Orleans,by steamers,
Will uot exceed twenty-four hours. This will
make tlie entire time between Charleston aud
New Orleans, by this route, about forty-one
The pressing Importance of establishing, at
the earliest possible time, a direct steam com
munication between Charleston and Fernandi
na, is apparent. Tills will, to a* great extent,
counteract the serious mistake which was made
in permitting Charleston to be thrown off the
great line of travel between the North and
Bouth by the construction of the Wilmington
und Manchester Railroad, Fernandina .will be
the outlet of a valuable amount of produce,
even during the coming season, and when the
Railroad Is finished, it must, inevitably, be a
rent thoroughfare of travel—Charleston
Prom Sant* Fe.
Chicago, July 7.-—We have later advices
from Santa Fe giving accounts of tho renewal
of Indian troubles. Many tribes were engaged
in hostilities. General Garland was preparing
for a campaign on uu extensive scale. Numer
ous Comauches and other Indians had met ou
the Arkansas frontier awaiting their nnuuitios
[Immediately upon the receipt of the aimve
dispatch—l) o’clock, 50 miuutes—the telegraph
I. The agitation of tho subject of Slavery
should cause. The rights of the South are
plain, palpable, well defined and well under
stood, uud we believe they should no longer be
treated as open questions. We will maintain
our guaranteed Constitutional rights and our
right of property in slaves. Georgia lias
solemnly declared wliat she will regard as
future grievances on this subject, aud what her
remedy will be when these grievances shall be
inflicted. We still stand by the Georgia Plat
form. We believe the coutiuuous agUatiuu of
this subject, either by an attempt to restore the
Missouri Compromise line, or iu any other way,
is made by selfish politicians for personal aud
tarty promotion, and is hurtful to the South,
be institution of slavery and the pennauency
of tbe Union.
And having been represented iu uone of tlie
Conventions, which have presented candidates
for tlie Presidency and Vice Presidency, and
being left tree to select the men, who in our
opinion are best calculated to meet the present
crisis in our uatiouui affairs, and believing it
no time for experiment with men. or untried
meu, and one of those presented lor the suffra
ges of the American people having beeu well
tried, and giving us daily assurances that the
patriotism uud uutiouulity which so emminent-
ly characterized ids former administration will
be continued in tlie future, and restore peace
ana tranqiiity to a distracted country, we do
hereby nominate Millard Fillmore, of New
York, us our cundldute far the Presidency.
Entertaining confidence iu the iutergnty and
patriotism und ability of Audrew J. Uouelson,
of Tennessee, wo do hereby nominate him as
our candidate far tbe Vice Presidency.
The same Committee recommended the adop
tion of the following resolution:
Resolved, That tlie President of this Con
vention be requested to appoint a Central Ex
ecutive Committee, to consist of seven members
whose duty it shall be to act in oil matters ol
interest pertaining to our Party, und to UU va
cancies on tho Electoral Ticket, if dfcy should
occur. And we recommend that associations
und committees be organized iu each county, to
act in concert nud correspond with the Central
Executive Committee. Adopted.
The following gentlemen constitute said
Ciittbrd Anderson, Charles Collins, Joseph
Bond, and Joshua Knowles, of Bibb.
James Johnson, of Muscogee.
J. \V. Jones, oi Riclunoud.
E. G. Cubuuiss, of Mm. roe.
The Committee to whom was referred the
duty of selecting uud proposing the names of
suitable persons us Electors far the American
Party ot Georgia, in tho approaching election
of President aud Vice President of tne Uuited
States, beg leave to make tlie fallowing report:
FOR THE STATE AT LARUE.
William H. Crawford, of Terrell.
Benjamin H, Hill, of Troup,
Francis S. Bartow, of Chatham.
Dr. H. V. M. Miller, of Floyd.
William Law, of Chatham, Elector.
A. H. Hansel!, of Tnomua. Alternate.
William M. Brown, of Marion, Elector.
Richard Sims, of Decatur, Alternate.
Washington, Poe, ot Bibb, Elector.
Elridge G. Cubuuiss, of Monroe, Alternate.
Edward Y. Hill, of Troup, Elector.
Basil H. Overby, of Fuitou, Alternate.
George W. Gordon, of Whitfield, Elector.
J. B- Parrott, of Cass, Alternate.
Cincinnati^ Peeples, of Clarke, Elector.
Hiram I\ Bell, of Forsyth, Alternate.
Tfce Florid# Railroad.
A gentleman connected with tbe operations
of the Florida Railroad has given us some in
teresting detail! respecting its progress and
prospects. As may be recollected, it connects
Fernandina, on the Atlantic, with Cedar Keyn,
In the Gulf of Mexico, a distance of 140 mitos.
The road was ouly commenced on the 1st of
October last, und there is already thirty miles
of it graded aud ready for the iron, und one
aud one-third miles of trestle bridgiug, and the
only drawbridge on the lino of tne mud com
pleted. Such rapid progress is highly credita
ble to the contractors, commencing as they did
at un isolated point, having to collect from re-
Dreadful Accident on the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad.—Baltimore, July 1*— A dread
ful accident has occurred on the Baltimore aud
Ohio Railroad. Will send particulars in a few
line between this city and Washington was or
dered to be kept open, but no attention was
paid to the order, aud we are therefore without
any particulars with regard to the accident.]—
Richmond Disputch of T\usday.
five prisoners, viz*. John Adair, William
Vaughn, Marion Chambers, Young Posy, and
James Gaddis, made their escape from the
common Jail of this oounty by means of tools
conveyed to them through the grates of tho
debtors room where they were confined in con
sequence of the excessive hot weather. Our
citizens are using every vigilance to Und out
their wherenbouts. It is to be hoped that every
lover of Justice will he on tho lookout for these
characters.—Dahlontga (Uu.) Signal.
suffered amputation oft
a tight boot, aggravoti
of proper attention.
itlllman, of New York
le right foot Thursday
s received from wearing
1 nud promoted by want
Savannah market, July 10,
COTTON.—No tranaa:tionn to report this fore
ST. .TAOO DE CUBA.—Per brig O S Livermore—
P P Timber,
114.000 leet Lumber, 39,400 foot
WILMINGTON, N. C.-Per ,=ebr Henry Nutt-
100 tou9 Ballast, 100 bbls Pork.
MACON, July 8—Cottox—But few salos have
bocn made during tbe past week: prices uro 8 to
Receipts of Cotton In Macon, for tboseasou, to July
Received in June, 1855 892
“ “ 1856 119
Stock 1st July. 1855 8,740
“ “ “ 1803 3,220
Total Ren'pts to July 1, 1856.78,803
“ “ 1865.50,917
ATLANTA, July 8.—Cotton—9 to 9>£. Receipts
IUoon.—Hog rouud 10c, clear Sides Hall *4, rib-
bod 10)i'all, Hams 10)5all>5, shoulders 9, Jules 6.
Good stock in market, with fulr demand.
Port of Savannah JULY 10
No arrrlvols .since our Inst.
Brig O S Livermore, Urn rol, St Jugo do Cuba—J J
Sobr Houry Nmt, Wll'.lums, Wilmington. N C.
Bull, July 2.—Ar, brigs Uiulwrd AtTorrey, Wass,
Jacksonville; Norman. Uord Savannah. Sid, brig
Jos WakeUclJ.Trott, Savannah.
Wilmington, N c, July Arr, schr E Kidder,
Liverpool, Juno 20.—Ent outwurd, ship Georgia,
Spoken, June 20, lot 27 40, Ion 71 45, brig Trios,
(torus, from Uctneruru, for St Marys.
GEORtitA, BULLOCH COUNTY,
S IXTY days after dale, application will be made
to the Honorable Com t oi Uriuary of Builouli
county, for leave to soil all the lauds belonging to
theustatoof Thomas Crosby, luto or suid uouuty,
deceased, for the buueflt ol tue hoirs aud creditors
of suid estate
JylO WILLIAM F. CROSBY, Adm’r.
OFFICE SAV’ll, ALBANY At GUI’ U. it. CO.,)
Savannah, July itii, I860. /
m — ■ Au Elcctiou for u Secretary and Treas-
urer of the Sttvanuuh, Albany and Uuif
httunad Company, will bo held ut tbuir olfiue, on
Friday, the lab imt., al 12 o’clock. M.
Jy7—-4 LHAri. GRANT, Sce’ry and T eas.
T HE Contract for Budiiug a Court Hou*>o in tbe
towu of .Magnolia, Clinch county, Uu., will be
lut to the lowest bidder on the First l itusduy iu Au
gust next. Tliu building to be tnirty-alx ft. squure,
with four rooms below aud Court room ubovu, with
sM:li und vouctiuu bauds. For plau, apply at tho
Clerk’s olfico of said county. Terms of too con
tract mode known on the day.
JOHN J. NORTH, J in.
JACOB LlUiifaEK, J l C.
ARCHIBALD HUDtiteJ. J I O.
JOHN & MORGAN, J 1 c.
WM. M. NICHOL8, J 1 c.
70,000 ACHES OF LAJS1)
’in a BODY, FOR SALK*.
cflCfe The undersigued, being desirous to turn /fo
3rtbelr utteutlou inoro extensively to im m- "T
lug, utter SEVENT2 THOUSAND ACRES of We.ia*
lecied FARMING LA.\Di. Ui tho fata district of
Clinch county, oa., lor aule, which they will aril ou
roosouablo terms fur luouoy or Itauiy negroes.
There are between sixty uud nluuty loti of the
above lauds well improved, la hue couaulou lor
reutlug. We will sen lu u buoy or ttiuuU parcels to
WM. M. A> W. J. NICHOLS,
Jy9—I Muunolia, Clinch co., Ga.
F iAlUR.—luO bbus extra anu oupuiUue Leuauun
26 sacks extra do do do
100 do Hue und supcrllnc Flour, for sale low
by .iyo RopUKttS, NuRlUS K U3.
B ACON AND PORIv.—6’ohhtts Clear bides, 25 di»
Ribbed do, .10 casks Hums
6u bbls Moss Pork, Just received und for sule by
Jy9 KoDULBS, N’OKUlg? N CO.
AV—06 bait’s Nuittnru hay, lor tale by
Jy8 WILLIAM LYNN, 8? Buy Bt.
L AhD.—20 bbls uud f>e Kegs now No 1 Leal Lard,
lauding and far sale by
jy7 SCRAN ION, JOHNSTON ft CO.
F1USNCH CHINA, WHITE GRMITE,
AND GLASS WAKE.
145 MKOTINA BTRKhT, GHAKLRJrON, hOUTI! CAROLINA,
Tho subscribers respectfully solicit..
from the traveling public, uu luspoctiuu
of their stock ol Frauch uud Euglisb
Chiuu, iu plain while, gold baud, una
UcLuratcddiuuor, desert, breakfast, teu, toilet, tmu-u-
leto sols and vuses. Also, Cups aud Saucers, &o., ol
tho coiebruiod Sevres China. Whito Granite of tho
best manufacturers. Rich cut Fruuuh, English aud
They lnivo a variety of. ornaments iu Fnrlsiau
Ware, Busts of Calhoun, Clay, Webster, und others,
audbutuetca ol the Greek shave, Venus deMedlcls,
They bare also a beautiful, durable and cheap artl>
olo lor ltuors uud hearths, ot
Plain and Encaustic Tiles,
Their stock being very goqeral, curofully selected
and imported direct, oilers luducumouts to merchants
us well us families, to whom goods will be put up at
the iowost rates for cosh.
WEBB & SAGE, Importers,
successors to Cameron, Webb it Co.
CITY SHBltlFF’8 SALE.
YYTILL be sold, before the court house door in
TV tbo city ofMuvannah, on Hie Urot Tuesday In
July next, between the legal hours of sale, 1 lot of
Ladders, 1 Bedstead, 1 lot or Palutlugs, 2 Beds, 1
lot Paints, Ac. Levied on as the property of F. O.
Call, to satisfy a distress warrant Issue ), of the
Houorablo tbe inferior Court ot Chatham County, lu
favor of John J. Hunt, Ann It. Wuli uud James J.
Wall, vs. T. O, Carl. Property |>olutud out by
PlalntilW. Terms Cash.
EDWARD M. PKKXDERGAST.
July 5 bhurlir O. O. S.
|/NuLLrH POTATOES'—hampers choice Eating
J2i liotatoos, iu small package. For family use.—
Fur sale by [niayz;]J. A. DKoWN.
O NE month after date, application will bo
mode to tbe Bank of the State of Georgia, for tho
payment of a Twenty Dollur Note ou the said
Bank, (No. 42.) tho right band half or which has
One mouth after date application will he made to
the Marine Bunk of Georgia lor the payment of u
Twomy Dollur Note. (No. 384) on said il.iuk, tho
rigtit I mud half of which has been lost,
jyti—law—4w WM. U. MIGHT.
Villa Rica. July 8, I860.
JE88E T. KEILVAKI),
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Ni w.jftusvule, Ha.
Reference—(5eorgi! .. i.rowu, William Dell, New-
nuusvibe, Flu., it. U. li.lion, BosUm te Vtlluiougu,
Savannah, Ga. utyll
M. WHIT SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALLIQAlUit, KAUT FLORIDA.
Will practico iu tbo Eastern uud Southern Counties.
Refer to—Col. ti. s. Sibley, und R. B. linlou, Su«
•— ' leba-tt
CM AS. G. OAMPUELb,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices law iu tiro various Counties of the Oc
mulgcu Circuit, and the udjoinlng Counties of Twiggs,
Laureus aud Washington.
Refer to—Johu B»>mu, H. A Crane, and R. B
JOHN ti. N (J iiiiiti,
H AVING resumed the practice of his profes
sion, uiiurautoaui'Vicco iobis triunua nuu the
public tu, on Architect uud uUperiuUiUUcnt.
Designs fat tuiy purl oi the couuuy supplied and
executed in ull tne various branches ol bis proles-
siuu, sucb us Public EdiUcco, Stores, Dwellings,
Monuments, &c. liiuruugmy Hro It uot eturen ut-
signed und executed, uuico at present ui Buy Lane,
rear of the Custom jRotlso. jon S—ly
UEOHGE A. GOllDUA,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Commissioner q}' the If. S. Court of Claims for
the State of Georgia,
Olltce Corner liny uud Ru.i utrceU.
1 DOOR WKST OFTKKHKPUIILIUAN RKADIXu HUOM.
Fine Ready-madej\V.O. Price, _ Also, nuporiine
lilt. CT1AULE8 II. CULD1AU,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, No. 14 idUEKi'Y ST.,
Due door wed oi Drayton, my It
Will. C. Cu.SNELLY,
A T TO RN n1 AT LAW,
ISABELLA, WUKTU OuU.SlV, .A.. (FUST oFHCk, ALUANT.)
Will practise iu tlie .-oitth^ Circuit, and m Aiacuu,
Dooly and Wui ut Counties uiuio Mucu Circuit,
gyr Particular ultouiioii given to the collection oi
claims In cioutn-Western Georgia. jek—urn
Clothing $ Huts FASHION ABLE
und caps, whirls I
Collars, I AND
Ulovea, liwUiry, MLUSE'.
febl-ly iK'vivro.v, oa.
ATTOUNEVS A T LAW,
ap6-ly Macon, HA.
A. H. CHAMPION.
(Successor to Champion & Watts.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
No. 4 Barnard at., hetweeu ibu Murkct uud Bay si.,
Dealer in Groceries, Foreign uud Domestic Liquors,
Dried Fruits, Ac., Are.
Reference—a. Champion, Esq., bamucl Solomons,
Esq., Messrs. Rubuu .v Wluteheud, and Swat 6: Co.,
Savuuinilt, Ua, , myP
WILLI AS»i 11. DA8UER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
TToupvilic, l.mviHbM County, Ga.
Will practice in TIioiuuh, Lowndes, Clinch, Ware,
Appling, Teliinr, Irwin, Laurens, uud Puluski
comities, Georgia; and m JHlerson,Mudisoo, Hum-
filou, uud Columbia counties, Florida. [iny 11
T HE subscriber, thunkfalto his leUow-dtifcns
lor iho liberal pauouuge tie bus received, and
is still rucelvlug, bugs respecuulty to iuiuriu them
ihut ho bus cugugeu sUlllaelil uddtUouai Urst-Ufasa
workmen from some of the best Barber bhops in
New York, and win be euublea to uccoiumodulo us
many guuueineu as muy honor huu with their pa*
N.B,—The Barbershops arc closed on Sundays—
strangers will picu&c bear ibis iu mJud.
WM. M. WILLIAMS. TiUOUKCR 0L1VKR. JACK 11UOW.V.
WILLIAMS, OLIVER di BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Buena Vida, Marion County, Ga.,
Will practice iu the counties of Muriou, Mucou, Hons,
tou, Mewurt, Rundi iph, Muscogue, Lee, and any
adjoining countkr, where their services may be
JOHN R. COCHRANE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Dublin. Laurens county, Ga,, lute junior partner ol
tbe urm of A. &.I. Cmciikank, Irwiuton, Ua., will
WJ1I. 8. UANIBLL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
jgjjf OlQco over Thomua il. Turner A Co.’a Drug
Store, Bay street. my7
Factor uud General (Joimnissioti Merchant
No; 71 DAY-JillKEl 1 , a A VANN AU, OA.,
Rkfukstu—Mussr.t. (.lugtmru &tuuuinghaiu, Boll
& Prentiss, Ogdon, btarr & Co., Bavaiumh: J. P,
ihompson. Hu.-mn. nm« i
U. A. O’lSYltNJd,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OUlce 176, Bay-st., over Turner & Co’s. Drug titore)
WM. SLULKV CUCi’KU. 4.NO. CUL'PXK riLAitK.
t'OtiPEK eii ••’RA8E1I,
FACTORS ft gi-A'ERaL COiDHsblON MERCHANTS,
Bay street, oavuimuli, Ga. |myll
GEUUUE TUobP HOWARD,
ATTORNEY" AT LAW.
Offlce Mouumout Square, near SfaloBank.
JOHN U. i'ALLIGANT,
VTUOLEBALl. AND It UTAH. DBALKH IN
WINDOW BUNDS, VUNoUW SAoli AND TAKE
West side Mouumeut Sqiuiro, Savannah, Ga.
8. W. RAKER,
ATTORNEY' AND CUCN&ELLOR AT LAW,
MouUcello, Jcllerson County, 11a.
Reference—Huu. W. B. Flkmi.no, Savannah, Ga.
turo. OUlce in the store of John ti illiuiuauu, Enq.
Bay street. ’ tuylb
EDWARD G. WILSON,
MAGISTRATE, NOTARY AND COYUUBSIONER
At Messrs. Ward & Owons’ Law Ofllcn. [myll
v. w. Marry,.
CHARLESOX, July 8.—Cotton—Tho transactions
to-day readied upwarila or 800 bales. Former pri
ces were well austaluod. Tho transactions muy be
classed as follows: 21 bales at 10,13 at 10)tf t 12 at
10)4, 12 at 11, 97 at 11*4, 360 at lift, aud 318 at
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FiUNKUX, UKAltn CO., Ui.
Will attend to professional business In the Counties
of Heard, Carroll, Campbell, Coweta, Fayette, Meri
wether aud Troup.
Reference—Uou. E. Y. Hill, LaGrunge, Ga.; Hon,
David Irwin, Marietta, Gu.: Colonel it. M. Tidwell,
Fayetteville, Ga.; and Mr. William Dougherty, Co
lumbus, Ga. a supl7-iy
* ~ " WELLS A WlhLlTOtta;
DOUEST.IO, FOREIGN AND FAN01
No. 149 Congrcss'st., Suvannah, Ga.
JAS. T. WELLti, lonuurly of Beaufort Dist. S. 0.
THEOPHILUd W1LUAMS, “ Scriveu Co., Ga.
CHAFFER & CO.,
No, O Whltakn- dmt, Kavuimnh, Ga.,
WUOiXvU.K AND IIM'.UL DKAU0W I.V
S ASHES, uunds. Doom, Mouldings, do, ti’hlte
Loud, Zinc, While Liusei'd, bperui, ti hale, Thu-
ucrs’uud Nuiitsfoot oils, Glass, Druriic*. Grid Leal,
Bruize, Builders' llurdwuiv. Nuns, Mai bie yiuntels,
tan, flic. jo4
NEW ORLEANS, July 5.—Corro.v—But few buy
ers made their uppourunce to-day, and tho sales are
barely 200 bales. Prices are very Irregular and
quotations llttlo better than nominal.
Inferior 0&fS)8 | Middling.... 10&fS)ll
Ordinary 8>g © 9 I Good Mht’Ungll «©115Y
Good Ordlnaryl»>i (a) \ Mld’g Fair.. 12 (a)—
Low Middling 10)4©10)g | Fair — © —
STATKMKNT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st September, 1855 halos 40,616
Received since 1,740,112
Received to-day 167—1,740,279
Exported to date.,.
Eli H. Baxter, of Hancock. Elector.
Joshua Hill, of Morgan, Alternate.
Grain in RussiA.-~It appears to bo nettled
that very little grain will bo exported thin sea
son front Russia. Hundreds of vessels that
went to tha Black Sea Ports for cargoes will
Ambrose R. Wright, of Jefferson, Elector.
Lafayette Lamar, of Uticolu, Alternate.
Un motion, the Report wus unanimously
J.W. Jones, Esq., of Richmond, one of the
Delegates from the 8tli Congressional District,
offered the following resolution, which was un
Resolved, That we have witnessed with pica
sure tlie udoptionnnd practical enforcement by
the Senate of the Uuited States in tlie passage
of tlie Supplementary Rill by tiiat body fur the
organization of the Territory of Knnsas, of one
of tlie leading and fitvnritc principles, of the
American party of Georgia—to wit: The res
triction of the right of suffrage to native bom
Stock on hand not cleared 14.622
SUGAR.—Tho sales to day have been alntu 300
hhds nt very full prices. Fair to fuly lair 8>«u8J£,
and prime Ue.
Molasses—Market hoary at previous rates.
1 lour—Tho demand liu* beou limited to-day, and
the sales are conQned to uboutl,UC0 bbls superfine,
In four lota, at «0a0 12)5; a lot at 6 26, ami 2l0
fancy at $6 60 per bbl. Tho stock at the Levee
Was Increased fate this evenln by arrivals from ht
Cohn—Dull. Yesterday 1600 sacks selected yel
low were taken at 62c, auil to-day 1000 mixed nt48,
680 at —, 860 ot 49a60, and 000 vory Inferior at 4Pc
ti’HKAT.—We notice to day a sole or 2437 sacks
prituo on tho Leveo at $1 4ft per bushel, which is
Pork.—There is vory litlle arriving, amt Moss is
stllll retailing at 821 pur Jbl.
Bacon—Firm, with sales of 22 casks Sides at 10#
far prime ribbed and 11c for clear.
Lakd.—A brisk movement bos taken place to
day, and wo notico sales nr 1009 pacages (642 ta3
and 427 bbls) prime to one party at U‘$c, and 160
tes choice at 12c per lh, showing un advuucn of
Whisky—Dull, and 20c refitted for 200 bbls Recti
fied. Ruw bold at 32n33c.
Com*.—Nothing has beeu done in this article
FitHUins—Dull. We kuow or no now engagement
Exchanges—Wo know or no change worth notlc
Sterling 8% a 0# aud 1ft pr ct pm
Francs 6.12)5 ■ 5.18# pr dohar
New York Blxty Day Bills 1# a 1# pr ct dis
New York Sight Checks par a pr ct dls
nml naturalized citizens of tho Uuited States
in tho organization of Territories preparatory
to ailinisHiou into the Union.
Scant Hay Crop.—Over a largo portion of
tho Ohio Valley, says the Cincinnati Columbian
it i» now certain that tbe crop of hay this year
will bo far below an average yield.
A Monastery in Nkw York—The Buffalo
(N. Y.) Express says that the fraternity of Fran
ciscan raouKa are about erecting a monastery at
Alleghany, Ohattaraugu* county, N.J.
WILMINGTON. July 8.—Turviwtink—Nothing
farther done yesturduy. Thlo morning wo notice
■Ales of 1,117 bbls at $2 76 far now and 81 48 lor
old vii'Kiu, 82 30 for yellow dip und 81 30 far card,
per 180 lbs.
BnniTO TimnornNK—Doclluod Jfo ycatorday, und
50 bbls sold at 43c per gullou. No tales this morn-
Romn.—Farther salos yesterday of 2000 bb!s
Common at 81 10 far large bbls, and 381 bbls No 1
a . 81 25,1 76, 2, 3 25, a 3 50 per bbl, a» In qual
A. MoALPIN & BROTHERS,
Lumber, Mill and Brick Yards.
sept 5 savannah, ga.
I. LOCKfeTT. U. n. HNKLUAUa.
LOCKETT & SWELLINGS,
Will attend to the soiling of all kinds of prodnoo.
Strict attention given to receiving and forwarding
goods. may 31 ly
Auction 6l Commission House, Alncon.Gu.
a. u. McLaughlin,
General Agent aud Auctioneer,
Solicits from bis frionds consignments of overy
description. 'Takes orders far Coitou.
Special atteutlou given to tho sales or Real
Estato, Btocks aud Negro proi«jrty, at public aud
private sales. I J rompt return* and dispatch.
Reference—C. A. L. LAMAR. inch 30
Ished on reasonable terms. Orders res-
t. 0. UUSK. J. U. DAVIS. W. U, lOMi,
RUSE, DAVIS 6t LONG.
WAYNE, GRENVILLE & COT,
COMMISSION A^D^ORWARDLNU At
THOS. S. WAYNE. C. E. GRENVHJ.E,
R. AI.EX. WAYNB, W. T. HAUPLK,
Jy 0—tf 8avaunal>. Omttanooga.
If you want a good and cheap
[Trunk, Vnllce, Carpet Bag,
or Clothing of any kiud or quail-
'.y, ready uiauo or made up to your
uieasute; uiao Hats, Cups, Shirts, Collnrsor Dress
Furnishing articles of any description, cnlUud so-
led from the largest and best Block lu the city, at
tbe btar Emporium, 147 Buy street.
Jol8_ _• WM. O. PRICE
^JALL AT GRIFFIN'S aud v you will llud the uibut
_ beautiful assormient of fciuull Fauiy Articles in
clmm and gold oruamoulud, conslsttug iu part of
jewel boxes, fimey do, rellcules, florets, boquetvu-
Bos, cables, drucket grundoius, small «lo, cologuo
bottles, ribbons, cologue, lantern blue florets, can
dlesticks, and last (bough uot least useful, match
boxes, n very tasty selection aud somolhing new en
tirely. H, M. GRIFFIN,
Successor to tho late M f.a»tuittii,
J)'5 Corner Rryun and Whitaker sts.
ri T 8T RECEIVED BY EXPRESS—Another flue va-
/XUNNY CLOTH—Ini store and far tale fay
U Jawed PADKUTORD, FAY A 00.
rleiy of Silver Ware of tho most bcauilfiil pat
tern uud UuLU, butter knives, pickle knives und
fuiks, knives, forks and spoons, fruit knives and
forks, cakd and peu knives in every variety, mus
tards aud salts lu all vurluty from plain to tbe most
ornamental. G. M. GRIFFIN,
Successor to tbe late M Eastman,
J7* Corner Bryan and Whitaker iti,
O. H. 1UK1USUN. . a. O. MCUUm
IftAltlUSON & SIcGEHEE,
AUCTION, COMMISSION, itKCUVING AND
59 AND til BKOA1MJTHKET, COLUMBUS, UKOBOIA.
atieuu promptly to utl business entrusted to Ids
care. I’m uuuiar uitentioii paid to collecting. Re
ference—Dr, U. H. Guyton, F. 11. Rowe, Dublin,
Gu., M .Marsh, bavanuali. myll
JOHN C. BOOTH,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Wul alio give his aileutiuii lu desigua m Airinico-
Dam, LDiK'LiliR t* WlM.uA, Ouaii»u.
Altli now fully prepared toiu-
tea uni or p.iruaiooiio of TeuiL
on the principle ut Dr.J. Allens'
Patent Coutiuuous Gum, By ltd?
improvomuul, the farm a the lace can Uu rustured to
auy degree of rutuiulilj ihai limy bo desired. It l»
appileublu lu all cases where the cheeks have I'allcb
iu uud cminut be dulucieU by '1: j closest observer.—
This inolhoU cumbiiiL-s the fallowings U'uuugus;—
Au urtiliciul gum, which exhibits a perfectly natural
aud life-like appouriuicu, aud uupurts to lUu theuib
that peculiar expression wideli characterizes the uu<
This G urn consists of a sllarious compound, which
Is applied aud fusoil upon tho l'eethuud I’taunu ^ucn
a inunuer, us to Ull up nil the mteratices arouud the
base of tho Tooth, anu also uuites them firmly fa
each other and io the Plato upon which tbuy ar»
sett. This secures perfect cleanliue.->s ut the Tuuth.
Olflcu overDoti'lll ^ Morguu, CougrosHstreet.
***Republican and Georgian copy, fab Id—tl
Large sized Photographs, ta
AT TWF.LVK OuLLAKS TKR DOZEN
Also, Arabroiypcs and Da
gueri euiypes, iu his usual su
perior style. A cull is solicited.
J. W. MILLER,
cr. St. Julian-st. and Market square,
CARY’S DAGUERKOTYBE8, AMURO-
types null IMioto^Anphy.
P. M. car:
W OULD respt'cUully hive notice that bL
rooms are now open far the seusou, uud rcu
tty lor the reception of visiluis.
By tho abhkutypk process peraons may now have
their children’s pictures tnkeu, m almost auy jkilI-
tion they tnay choose, in from l to 3 secudds si.itng.
By the 1‘uoroou.miic process old Daguerreotype,
can be transferred to paper, beautifully colored uuu
enlarged to Ufa. cct 2!‘
J. \V. PATTERSON,
ATTORNEY ANU LOUN.r-ELLUR AT LAW,
Troupvllle, Lowndes Couuiy, Ga. (myll
JAMES M. SAVAGE,
ATTORNEY* AT LAW,
THOMASV1U K, fUUMA8 COUNTY, GA.
AU business entrusted to bis Care will receive
prompt attention. lyr—mar!7
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
gjT Olllce ou Ray atreet, ovor the Ikiuk ofsavun.
JAMUHG. kOtlULRS. mJIBIA. NOUltlS.
RODGERS A NORRIS,
(late Crane Rodgers,
Juno 1,1866, fj^
A LE AND PORTER.—26 hb& Summer Stock Ale,
20 casks Uytuis* biuduti Porter, pints, Just ro-
cnivod aud for sule by
Jy6 .st’RAXTOX, JOHNSTON i CO.
M ustard, \c.—UNI boxes Mustard; 160 do
J .. _ I ■ 1 ..A .1.. UliIM.Il . I I .....
pure Popper; 1«>0 do Starch; received und for
v mcmahon * doyle.
206 and 207 Buy street.
S ILVER AND GOLD PLATING can now be done
at borne. Mr. CHARLES KKM1SU having ca-
tablishod himself permanently, nil work lu this lino
will bo doue with dispatch. All ropalriug ofCostora,
Teapots, Candlesticks, Spomu, Forks, or any other
article will bo dnuo neatly before plating. All old
silver plate, such as Tcu&cita or Urus, Forks or
Spoons, will bo rc-lluished und made equal to now,
and at moderate prices. All work or orders loll ut
my store will ho attended to promptly,
P. S.—Watch cases galvanized.
B»y27 O. M. GRIFFIN.
L TLANT1C LEAD.—Constantly on hand
aud far sale at CHAFFER et Cu.’h,
apr3V No. 0 Whitaker atreet.
| jACON olDc-0 ft fciiDULDERS—
AJ 26 hhds Primo Bucou rides,
10 " “ “ bhouldera,
Landing and for sale by
my23 SCRAN KIN, JOHNSTON fit 00.
i tiiAMFAGNE—12 basket* genuine Hridklo
VJChampugne in store uud lor sum by
uut>10 OLTAVlia COHEN,
S TARCH, COFFEE AND CANDY.—60 bxs Fresh
ft lurch; 6ft do Ground Coll'co; 60 do asaortoi
candy, received aud lor sulo by
McMAliuN & DOYLE,
June 4 206 uud 207 Buy street.
I N STORE—j>er hteaiuabip RboxviUe—Extra Ta
ble Butter und Cheese; Beef 'longues; ftmoked
iMjuf; Hums; Bacon; Pig Puik; White Beaus;Dock
er s fteil-iui&ing Hour; ruisIub, 1-iga, Dates, 1 runes,
.kimouds, ftv., sc.; t ickles oi uii uiuds; Preset v«J,
ussoiied; liiunuy Fruit, assorted; Fteateu’s Premi
um Chocuiuta; beat ot , leu^, Coilee, uuu Stuart’s No
1, A, Ji uud c ftugai'n; Dibbert’s Louuou loiter;
Palkirk’s scotch A.u; Claret anu other-tiiaes; at
Family Grocery ftlore,
june18 corner Whitaker una clmriton sta.
>uiu V osUngs, will
m tuuue to meu-
* orders from city audcouui> solicited. .
Pnlaiki House Bui-her faltop,
Owens' Brick BuUdiny, uj>ponUt the Puuum Roust,
FIVE WORiaiKN KMiAGED.
Mnrsliali House Uarbcr Shop,
FOUR WORKMEN ENGAGED.
..jr Particular attention given to the soles of Real
Estate, Negroes and Produce.
Liberal advances made on Nogroei and Mar-
RUSE, PATTEN fa CU )
GUN BY’fa DANIEL, >-Columbus, Ga.
STEWART, GRAY faCO.J
RUSE, DAVIS fa LUNG, I
WM. WRIGHT, ’/ SflvanQal1 -
YOUNG. ATKINS & DUNHAM, )
C. A. GREENE fa CO.. } Apalachicola
H. ti. SMITH, } Mobile, Alabaaiu. v
oct 23 ly
J UST RECEIVED, per schooner J, R. Alien, irom
CELEBRATED UNRIVALLED PREMIUM
CAKES and CRACKERS,
Jumb.es, Lcunui Cases,
iua cukes, Scotch C&kea,
Giugor 8uups, Edinburgh Cakes
Milk Biscuit, Soda Bisciut,
ti'fac Biscuit, Butter Biscuit,
tiutor Bucult, l ie Mu Bisoalt, fa&
june20 corner Whitaker qua Charitomts.
S IXTY days after date, application will bo made
iu tho Honorable tho uruiuary ol UohRoah
i.ouuty, tor leave to soli the real estate, bjiug la
tins county, of the late Jarnei fttuith, known as
ftidou (rice) 1 Uinutlon sold lor the benefit of the
heirs of suid estate.
DEAN M. DUNWOODY,)
JuiiX JUNES, VEx’ors.
JoHN F. DUNWOODY. J
Darien, July 1, Ibbfi.Jy2
LIURL FOR DIVOKCJEfi, .
Elizabeth camy 1 Iu CofftJe Su p or j OJP court,
John c'ituly. j May Trim, 1868.
I f appeal mg fa the Court, from the return of tbe
sha Uf. that the defeuduut, Johu cauly u not to
found iu Colico county, uud bo la nut iu the olatej
ou mutiou uf u m U tiauiatug, uttoruey fin Jibonant,
a is ordered tbut aervico bo peitectud unsaid ao*
teu«taut by a publfautiou of this uruor in tne oi tbe
pubnc juuruuls oi cuvanuuh, onto a rnnuUi lor
ihiee fauutns prccediug the next teim oi this court,
requiring «uiu uctchuuhl to appear ut tho next term
ot colico Superior Court, in iheuionthoi Nuvou-
tier next, uud nto his defensive uiicgutfan fa the
A true extract from the minutes of tbe Superior
jy2 EW’D AHULEV, Clerk.
LU1RL FOR DIVORCE.
EWilktaim, | lu Ltberl,-Suportor Court,
llios. wflktaon j *““•
I t Rppenug to mo Court, by tbo return of the
shorin', iu tbu above stated cuso, thut tbe delead-
aui is not to be fauna lu tuo couuiy, aud tfiav n« U
uot to be found in the statu; uu motion uf Wui B
Gauiueu, counsel far libellant, It Is ordered thut ser
vice bo pjifactud ou xaiu ueienuunt, by a pubiioa*
Uuu uf thio notice once u mouth tor three mouths,
uext precedmg the uext term uf suid superior court,
requiring sain defeuduut fa be and appear at tne
uext lei m uf Libei ty superior Court fa answer in
the said cause'
A true extract from tho minutes of said Superior.
jyx 8y_A. FRASER, Clark-
GLYNN SHERIFF'S SALE.
W ILL bo suid beturo tbu Court House iu the city
uf Biuuswiuk, county of uivuu. ou the first
Tuesday lu August uext, between the legal hours of
sale, tho loi.uwiug property, fault: unufatorparcri
uf laud situate, lying uuu beiug iu the eujruf Bruns
wick, in tho cunmy of Ui> uu, suite of oa., known
UUd UUllngUlahed la the piuu ol said city Os Did Town
net, number two hundred and fiitv-.hree, and lh«
improvomenis thereon; levied ou by virtue uf a 11
iu issued out of tbe City Court br tavauuuah, iu the
;ouuty of Chuth..m, lu lavor of Benjaudu C Frauk-
>iu vs Chur.es E Fiouuers. Property polufad out
jyU M. C. B WRIGHT, B. O. 0.
O’^Momo Magazine, lor July; Pelor«ou’g Mouth-
,y jiaguzluo, lor July; Harper's New Mouilny Hog-
ODEY’S LADY 'ft buuk. fap July; ArtUUFfl
uziuv, fur July; uud, uralmm’s Illustrated Fiuuthly,
The History of Europe, from the fall of Napriwa
to tho accession ot Luma Napoluou, iu two volumes,
by air ArcUlbald Ailsou, a new supply.
Deri ha, by Frodrlka Bremer, translated by Mary
The Ship Carpentor’s Wile, a story for the time*,
by W E 8 Whitman.
The ’Jauglutown Letters, edited by the author of
Records oi tho liubbluicn Parish, fae.
salad far tho Hocrnl, by tho author of Salad tor tha
Comic Miseries or Human Life.
Plu-ri-bus-tuh, u song that’s by no author.
For sole ftl 16U Congress street, by
Juno 28 WAUNUJK fa DAVIi.
yWHA CANAL ILOUU.-24 barrels i£xti»Oui»l
iu. and lor Mie by
RROUGUTON STREET HACK
Thu uudorslgued haviug put tha
abovo Stables In good condition,
aro prepared fa accoimnodato their
-i — customers with Carriages, Hacks.
Buggies, sulkies, fac., with sound, gentle, and well
broke horses, aud careful drivers. Horsos boarded
ou accommodating terms, and woll cared for. Two
pairs of fine Carriugo Horses for sule. luqulre cor*
nor ol Barnard and Urough'.ou streets.
apU4—ly STEVENS fa ELUSION.
Will take contracts for Building and Working Ma
sonry of 1 every description. Resldonoe, No, 3 Mrs
Jewotl’n Kongo, Soutii side Jonm at. oct 30
WOOD AND LUMBER.
A LL kinds of Wood, Boards, Planks, Joist,
Timber, Shingles, Light-wood, Poets, Eastern
Lathe and Pallinge^for sale, at wholesale and retail,
low tor cash, on the uew wharr recently nrected on
tbe Lumber Yard of Robert A. Aden k Co.
marl2-lyW IL J, L. MOULTON