*.w Ywk K>ikill
Nivr You, July 10—Tk* cotton market ex •
Mbit* uo new feature, quotation* steady, de
Floor hoe declined 12) cento.
Wee In (lew York.
N«<r You, July 10.—A Are In thin city to-
day. Consumed $100,000 worth of |iroperty.
Sr. hoi’ie, July 15.— Gen. Persll'er Htnltb lias
arriredatLearenwortb, Kansu. On the people
of the territory applying to him for protection,
he said that he had no anthorlty to givo It, and
that there wu no redress for them but through
the laws of the laud.
Washington, July. 10.—Mr. Keitt of South
Carolina, delisered a speech of an hour iu vin
dication of South Carolina. He announced his
The Senate wu engaged in executive session
on the naval promotions. There wshalong
and exalting discussion.
A jury hu bun empanneled tor Herbert's
Minister' to Mexico.
Washington, July 17.—John Forsyth of
Mobile, hu been appointed Minister t > Mexico,
in place or den. Gadsden.
Fugitive glare Case.
Boston, July Id—Williams a fugitive slave
from Mobile, secreted on board a vessel, arrived
at Boston and wu taken before a United States
Court and discharged—when the abolitionists
hurried him offto Canada.
Fuoh Maw Yon—We are under obligations
to Hr. Potts of Hamden’s Express, fora Kew
York paper of last Monday,received in advance
of the mall.
From a gentleman just returned from Suu-
dersvllle, we ore Informed that the Hon. Linton
Stephens (Dem.) addressed the citizens of
Washington county on Monday, Ambrose R.
Wright, Esq., (K.N.) on Tuesday, and that
the Hon. Iverson L. Harris wu to have spoken
In reply yesterday.
Daoino Bokolaky Lost night between the
hours of 9 and 10 o'clock, the Boat and Shoe
makem shop of Mr. H. P. Marcher, on the corn
er of Whitaker and Broughton street lane, wu
entered by burglars. The rogues made their
entrance through the lane door, by forcing off
the hup. The preperty stolen consists of Boots
and Shoes, valued at $250, and money In the
drawer of the counter, The amoant of the lat
ter could not be ascertained by our reporter.
The robbery was committed while Mr. M. wu
absent from his shop—he locked up at 9 o’clock,
returned at 10, and discovered that he wu rob-
bed. Mr.M. Is an industrious man. Thelou
lolls heavily on him, u his whole capital wu
invested in his business.
Virginia Whios—A WMg State Conven
tion assembles at Richmond, to-day.
The Louisville Journal does not suppose that,
in the event of Col. Fremont's election, the
South would at once, and for that reason, se
cede from the Union, but It hu hardly a doubt
that the disruption of the Union would be the
And yet the Journal la attempting to defeat
the only man who can defeat Fremont I
Helaneholjr Hut el tie.
The Philadelphia correspondent of the asso
ciated press under date of last Sunday, reports
a melancholy suicide. He says:
A young man named Wm. L. Pym, aged U
yum, committed suicide last evening, at 0)
o'clock, in PelUtier's tavern, in Walnut street,
between Fourth and Fifth streets, by taking
miseieacld. Mr. P.wua native ot Dublin,
inland, and wu connected with the most res
pectable families, both in this city, Dublin and
Liverpool, ana In the latter oltytho father of
the deceased Is looked npon u the head of the
mercantile community. The suicide wu latterly
employed u hud clerk In the PblladelpMa and
Liverpool Steam Packet office, where he gained
many friends. Hie literary attainments were
very distinct, having been thoroughly convor-
sent with the Greek, Latin, Hebrew, French and
German languages, and an able accountant.
I knew the deceased, and admired the mild
ness of his disposition, reverenced his rare and
brilliant qualifications, and sincerely deplore
bis untimely end.
AVlilge off Massachusetts.
The Boston correspondent of the New York
Herald writes u fallows t
Neither Mr. Chute nor Mr. Wlnthrop, can
see how any good can result from .voting for
Fillmore, ana therefore the question continually
recurs to them and those who who look to them
for advice and example. Where shall we go?
The estate of the late whig party (died Insol
vent) will be litigated tfirrEghont the urn-
.— I ailA thn r. .1 t — t 1. , ... STf, .1
the conflicting claims of the parties in iutcreat.
The black republicans oppose strongly every
movement toward a coalition of the old whigs
with toy patty except their own. A proposi
tion was broached by one of the papery a few
days ago, to bring the whigs into a coalition
with the democrats and Know Nothings, secur
ing the electoral ticket to Buchanan, the State
ticket to the Americans, and the Congression
al places to the national whigs. This plan,
which woe published merely aa a suggestion,
perhaps. will not work. The democrats can
not well coalesce with the Know Nothings,
nor the whigs with the Democrats, while the
Know Nothings have been sold out by a fair
business transaction to the republicans. The
plan, if attempted, would fail,.and rnin all who
were engaged in it. It la now moet likely that
the wbigiqwill not prescribe any course for their
“Tho receut legislation of Congress respect
Ing slavery... .la founded on principles as an*
clout as tree government itselr. and in accord
ance with thorn hus simply declared that the
people of a Territory, like tho*t qf « State,
•hall decide fur themselve« whether Slavery shall
or •hall not exist within their limittJ'—Mr. Bu
chanan's fatter qf Acceptance.
It may surprise our readers wheu we teir
them how utterly averse to controversy wo are
with tho organs of Mr. Fillmore. We dislike
it, and we know that subscribers dislike it. And
if those papers would content themselves with
the praise of their favorite, silence would be
easy, botli as regards him and them. But when
they go beyond that, and asperse tho character,
misrepresent the opinions, and deprecato the
services of one of the firmest friends of the
constitutional rights of the South that ever
lived north of the l’otoniac, we feel bound to
expose the erroneous statements aud false rea
sonings by which (however unwittingly)
they would mislead the public.
So much by way of preface ton brief reply
to a long article of this morning’s Republican,
churging Mr. Buclmuau with opinions which
he does not hold, and his friends with insinceri
ty, who deny that he holds them. Commeut*
ingupou the concluding clause of the sentence
quoted above, that paper says:
We dislike to argue so plain a proposition as
that contained iu the sentiment quoted from
Mr. Uuchanau. It looks like an insult to the
intelligence of the people to attempt to prove
to them that it means what U so evident on its
face, viz: that us regards slavery the people
of ttie Territories have the same rights, and
stand on the same footing, as the people of the
Stutes, and that a Territorial legislature husas
much right to abolish slavery, or prohibit its
introduction within tho limits over which they
have Jurisdiction, us have the Legislatures ol
the different States.
Startling aa it may sound to the Republican'*
ears, we assert that “a Territorial Legislature
has precisely us much rigid to abolish slavery
within the limits over which they have [it has]
Jurisdiction as have the Legislatures of thedif.
ferent States"—that is to say, neither hua any
right or power whatever in the matter. Does
the Republican assert the converse of this?
Does it imdutuiu the astoiindingjpropoiiitiou—
never, we venture to say, before advanced in
the South,—that a State Legislature bus the
power to abolish slavery 'i We eau hardly be.
lieve it; and yet its language means tlds, or it
means nothing, it puts the State and Territo
rial Legislatures in contrast. Denying, there
fore, the power in question to tile latter, it of
course concedes it to the former.
Now we need hardly say this goes far beyond
anytldug charged upon Buclmuau. His lau*
gunge and we beg for it the attention of all who
are candid—is that the people of the States aud
Territories, not the Legislatures of either "have
tho right to decide whether slavery shall or shall
not exist within their limits.” And denouncing
now, as ever, Squatter Sovereignty, aud with
still greater emphasis the far more duugerous
State Legislative Sovereignty set up by the Re',
publican, we give our uuquilitied sanction to
Mr. Buchanan’s proposition.
There ia no power to abolish slavery in a
State, except in the people thereof, legally as.
sembled in Convention to form a State Consti
tution ; aud there is no power to abolish it in
the Territories, except in the people of the Ter.
ritorles, assembled iu like manner to form a
That Mr. Buchanan deuics to the unorganiz
ed inhabitants of a Territory the dangerous
power which the Rcpublican attributes to the
State legislatures,we know, for he has said so,in
express terms. His words to Mr. Sanford were
"that they had no power whatever over the
"subject of slavery— and they could neither in-
"terdlct nor establish it except when assembled
in Convention to form a State Constitution,
Could language be more explicit and satit-
factory? We appeal with entire confidence to
the judgement of an enlightened public.
A [Father and Son with bix Wives Arinas.
The Manchester, (X. H.,) Mirror gives a long
account of the proceedings in that place and in
Rutland, Vti, of Dr. Lyman A. Abbott and Jas.
H. Abbott,said to be father aud son, who are
both now under arrest on tho charge o( biga
my. They have each within a short period
married uo less than six wives. At Newark, N.
J., in 1854, the elder Abbott was married to
Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts, who soon discovered
that he had a wife living in Syracuse, N. Y.,
Ho was consequently arrested for bigamy,
convicted and sentenced to ten years in the New
Jersey peuitentiary, but was pardoned out af
ter seven months’detention. Miss Gardner, of
Westmoreland, N. H„ stated that she married
tho same man under the name of Dr. Lyman
Andrews in 1852. In Sussex county, N. H., in
1849, he pursuaded Miss Sherman to elope with
him, and they were married. He was soon af
ter obliged to abscond for threatening his
wife’s life, in order to obtain her property.
The true name of the "older doctor” is Aaron
Andrews Abbey, and of the young man James
Henry Abbey; the latter briug the oldest son of
the former by his first wife.
Important from Costa Rica imp Nlrn»
[From the FananiuHerald.]
By an arrival from Panto Arenas, we have
dates from Costa Rica to the 12th June.
The cholera was fast disappearing from the
A very stroug revolution had broken out
againBt the government, and there appenred a
probability that President Mora would be taken
out aud shot by tho insurgents.
The revolution hus been brought about, by a
party of the Costa Ricans who were opposed to
the fnvasiou of Nicaragua by the Mora array.
BuBineas was entirely at a staud still in Pun-
to Arenas, provisions scarce and high and the
prospects very poor.
A British man of war in port.
By the same arrival wo loam that the 2,000
troops which left Guatemala to invade Walker
had been prevented from crossing the territory
of Salvador, the latter State being opposed to
The impression of our informant is that
Walker purposes making un early attacked on
Costa Rica, and he will succeed, having a very
strong force at present. His headquarters
now are at Virgin Bay.
From a New York paper of Wood *y.
TWO WEEKS LITER FROM SIN
FRANCISCO. v - jt
Constitution of the Vigilance Com
NEW* FROM COSTA RICA AND N10ARAOUA.
Later from tbe Soutb Faclilc and Iui«
tralla. dfc.,&c.,&c. u
The United States mail steamer Georgs Law,
arrived at quarantine at an early hour this morn
ing. She sailed from Aspinwall July 6, at 3 A.
M., with mails, passengers and treasure brought
down by steamer Sonora.
The steamer Sonora Railed from Sau Fran
cisco June 20, at 3 p, M., with the mails, pas
sengers and treasure, the latter consigned as
follows :—$1,701,301 for New Yord, $411,453*
for England, $20,550, for Panama—in all $2,
Among the passengers by the George Law,
is Mr. Green, bearer of despatches tram our
Minister to Chili. These despatches |in-
clude a treaty of friendship, commerce navi
gation aud extraaition, between Chili aud the
The health oi the Isthmus was good, aud tho
railroad in flue order,.the passengers out
ward and homeward crossing In a very short
A New Granada paper states that the pe
cuniary damages resulting from the Panama riot
do not amount by one tenth what the Ameri
cans claim. Gen. Mosquera warmly urges his
government to make speedy reparation for the
The British mail steamer from Callao arrived
at Panama on the night of the 21st nit., with
forty passengers,the mails and $400,000 in trea
sure. The dates are Valparaiso May 31, Callao-
Peru and Bolivia are quiet, but the for
mcr was daily expecting an invasion from Kohl*
n hi tie.
Business at Valparaiso was very dull.
U was supposed Senor Monatt would be
chosen President of Chili without opposi
We have received Australia dates to the 4th
of April, eleven days later than those received
by way of England. The legislature was busy
with railroad schemes. Agriculture was nour
ishing, and the mineral resources continued to
present new wonders.
Summary of Fortnight's News.
(From tho Alta California, Juue 20.]
Since the departure of the first June steamer
there has been no decreuse of excitement in the
mblic feeling ot California. Circumstances of
he same nature that surrouuded us then sur
round us now, and there will be no prospect of
their disappearance uutil organized criminality
is destroyed, and the better classes assume con;
trol through a purified bullot box. An immov
able determination to finish the reform now
auspiciously developing, has seized upon all
who have respect for public quiet and upright-
comes on, we shall find the "conscience whigs
ToUng th. republican ticket, while the Webeter
whig, will go for oil Book.’' If Fremont does
not cun the State, it will be becuue thedif-
ferent Ikotiona tbit eompeM the oppoeltlon to
the administration ere nude up of siioh repel
lent, inaragmou. .discordant and unraconcllable
materials that they cannot agree with etch
other, even for the sake of victory and the
National Dxmocutic Cor. Boors, |
July 6,1856. (
BUM Executive Committees, county and city
Club, and Auoclatlona, organized to promote
the election of the Demoenitlo nominees for the
Presidency and Vice Presidency of the United
States, wul address their communications to
Hon. Okas F. Faulkner, of Virginia, Chairman
oftheNatloulDemooretlo Beaidsnt Commit,
tee, Washington elty,D. O.
Democratic pagan teroughout the United
States an requested to copy the above notace.
By order ofih* Committu.
Indiana Politics—The Fillmore men held
a Convention at Indlanapolla, Indiana, on tho
10th hub, for the purpoat ot forming a Fill-
more electoral ticket. TheKonw Nothing, at
prernat have loudly an onanliatlon In tho
mate, they having been awaliowed np by the
npoblloana, in the nomination for State officers.
rt. P. Strati.
0*1*. ^•.iTioa—There will be hot two
IT. Ohio—Bnohanan and democracy on
nu^ 4 *!.*od Fremont on th* other. The
Loss op Tim Ship Ocean Queen.—'Thero is
now no doubt that tho dipper ship Ocean
Queen, Gnpt. W.B. Smith, of the London and
New York Line, has been lost,aud one Hundred
and twenty-three persons have perished. She
sailed from London on the 8th of February last,
with a miscellaneous cargo, ninety passengers,
and a crew of thirty-throe persons. On the
15th of February sho was spoken off the Isleoi
Wight, and since that time nothing bus been
heard of her.
Amos A. Lawrcnee, being a personal friend
of Mil lard Fillmore, declines to run as'one of
the Fremont electors in Massachusetts. He
stands, however, upon the Black Republican
A Southern matron, says the Richmond Ex
aminer, is preparing a series of elementary
books, for tho use of Southern schools, devoid
of sectional and fanatical sentiment.
Abbetino Emigrants.—A Southern cor
respondent requests the National Intelligencer
to state that several companies of Southern
men have been refused admission into Kansas
by Col. Sumner, and that is tho cause why
Southern men have disarmed and refused the
landing of Northerners into that Territory.
One of the Fighters.—The Lafayette,
(Ind.,) American mentions the return to that
f ilace of one of the parties Bent to aid "bleed-
ng Kansas," bringing with him twenty dollars
in cash and a revolver tarnished by the Aid
Society. The committee called on him to re
port about Kansas, which ho did with great
brevity, whereupon that body set upon him and
made him diagorge eighteen dollars of the funds
Which hi bad Drought back.
nity, his State and nation. California has eve
ry resource productive of comfort, happiness,
wealth and progress save the one exception—
thut want of honesty and dignified purpose
which should actuate the public man, elevating
alibis conduct, from the earliest movement iu
primary elections to his retiracy from office,
uot sinking him to the nudisguiled commission
of each of those vile acts which characterize
the bad man—cunning himself regardless of
general interests. When the worst of evils has
been removed, when the good citizen can rely
on the effect of hia proper voice at the popular
elections, then crime will be punished accord
ing to the requirements of the law, and dimin
ish iu proportion to the mean employments by
which vilfaojrhaaj fattened and grown to k be a
Throughout the State the people have en
dorsed the various actions of the Ban Francisco
Vigilance Committee, and in most parts there
has been, and is now, more excitement than in
this city since the shooting of Mr. King and
the execution of his murderer.
Reports from the mining region are remarka
bly favorable, and the prospect ^immense
yields is sonstahtly looking fairer. No extra
ordinary discoveries have been made, but
wherever the gold is being taken from the
known diggings, the fact is made more evident
that it is inexhaustible almost everywhere in
Agricultural pursuits are in a prosperous condi
tion. The crops of wheataud other grains prom
ise well, and all other products are as abundant
as the farmer,could desire. Farm labor is in de
mand, and the markets are over tall of ail the
luxuries native to this productive soil.
The interior towns are active, the various
routes of travel aro thronged, and there are
frequent accessions to the farming districts.
Crimes and casualties have been numerous,
but notiiing of a very aggravated nature has
occurred. Marriages and births transpire un
interruptedly, and quadruply surpass the in
stances of dangerous disease aud death.
Probably .there never was a penod when our
people, even leading politicians, said less
about political matters. No interest is mani
fested in the Presidential election ; no special
organization of parties for the canvass has
takou place; the party presses are apathetic,
and all the other wires seem to be rusty and
otherwise out of repair.
Iu Sacramento, Stockton, and other promi
nent cities, large meetings have been held to
endorse the proceedings of, and sympathise
with, the people’s reform organization of Ban
Francisco; nqd in the mines and mountain vil
lages the same enthusiasm prevails.
Ou the 4th of Juue Gov. Johnson issued a
proclamation declaring the city of Ban Fran
cisco in a state of insurrection, and calling upon
all pei-sons subject to military duty in the third,
fourth and fifth military districts, to hold them
selves to do warlike service, under orders of
the Conunnuder-in-Chief and his generals of
This, and the accompanying documents, was
jeeived by the whole State with indignation. To
those who had correctly estimated the objects,
past and future, of the Committee guberna
torial interference seemed uncalled lor, espe
cially inasmuch as Governor Johnson withhold
his proclamation until long after there appear
ed any necessity for its issnance. Some pro
ceeded to enroll themselves as directed, but
nearly all Buoh were friends and associates of
the wretches punished by the committee.—
Many of the organized military companies dis
banded, surrendered their arms, and positively
refused to engage in any attaok on the people.
Meanwhile the Committee opened their books
for recruits, and thousands hurried to join the
organization. Large quantities of armBkept
coming, until six thousand muskets,- thirty
pieces of cannon, many small arms and abun
dant ammunition aud infantry accoutrements
were gathered to the rooms of the Committee.
A regular system of military discipline was
established, strong guards were mounted, und
the whole force divided into ton regiments—
all composed of the best men in the city. A
strong breastwork of sand bags was built in tho
night time in front of the Committee rooms; a
large bell was suspended on the roof of their
* timings, to give instant alarm on the approach
Br, and several pieces of cannou were
on the adjacent roofs, so as to com-
On the (Itb Inst, it was deemed* best by the
Vigilance Committee to dispose of their stocks
of capturel infamy, consisting ul slx notorious
individuals. Banishment was the sentence,
and the culprits veto marched to the dock ami
shipped to other lands.
On the 9th inst. the Vigilance Committee is
sued an address t6 the people of the State.
, ler, to leave the
State of California;’never to return, on or be
fore the 29th. of Jtone. They must go!
Several'additional arrests have been made,
and.before the work of tho committee is com
pleted, the.exports of knavery Will have far
surpassed the imports.
At noon on 15th. an immense mass meeting
,was held of the friends of the Vigilance Com
mitteo at which Bailie Payton presided. Able
addresses wore delivered, ami resolutions adop
The Vigilance Committee have published
their constitution, and it will be found iu an-
The government forces huve, as yel, made
uo hostile movement, though they have gone
into camp near tUL city.
Business was dull ami the city was never so
quiet and orderly. t
C'aiiMilintioii of (lie Committee ui' Vigi
lance of Nan Franelsen.
AboHLKU, May In, Iflfiu.
Whereas, it has b&ome apparent to the citl
zens uf San Francisco.that there ia- no security
for life and property t either under the regula
tion of society at it at present exists or under
the laws as now administered, and that, by tho
ussociution together- of bad characters, our
ballot boxes have boon stolen And others substi
tuted or stuffed with votes that were never
polled, ami thereby our elections nullified- our
dearest rights violated -und uo other method
lefMy which the will of the people can be lnaui-
Therefore, the citizeus whose names arc here
unto attached do unite themselves into an as-
sociationtion for the maintenance of the peace
and good order of society—the prevention
and punishment of crime—the preservation of
our lives and property, ami to insure that our
ballot-boxes snail hereafter express the actual
aud uuforged will of the majority of our citi
zens, and we do bind ourselves each unto the
other,by u solemn oath,to do and perform every
just and lawful act for the maintenance of law
und order, and to sustain the laws wheu faith
fully and properly administered. But we are
determined that no thiiff, burgulur, incendiary,
nssassiti, ballot box staffer, or other disturbers
of the peace shall escape punishment, either by
the quibbles of the law,the insecurity of prisons
the carelessness or corruption of the pulico, or a
laxlty.of those who preteud to administer justice;
aud to secure the object of this associat ion we
do hereby agree,
1st. That the name and style of this associa
tion shall be the Committee of Vigilance, lor the
protection of the ballot box, the lives, liberty
und property of the citizens aud residents of
the city of San Francisco.
2d. That there shall be rooms for the delib
erations of the committee, at which there shall
be somo one or more members of the commit
tee, appointed for thut purpose, in coustnut at
tendance ut nil hours ol the duy und night, to
receive the report ofuuy member of the asso
ciation, or of any other peipon or persons what
soever, of any act of violence dono to tho per
son or property of any citizen of San Francisco;
and if, In the judgment of tho member or mem
bers of the committee preseut, it bo such an act
as justifies or demands tho interfereeco of this
committee, either in aiding in the execution of
the laws, or the prompt and summary punish
ment of the offender, the committee shall be at
once assembled for the purpose of taking such
action as a majority of them, wheu assembled,
shall determine upon.
3d. That it shall be tho duty of any member
or members of the Committee on duty at the
Committee rooms, whenever a gcuerul assem
blage of the Committee is deemed necessary, to
cause a call to be made in such manner as shall
be found advisable.
4th. That whereas an Executive Committee
has been choseu by the General Committee,
it shall be tho duty of said Executive Commit
tee to deliberate und act Upqn all importaut
questions, and decide upon the measures neces
sary to carry out the objects for which this as
sooiation was formed.
Stb. That whereas this Committtec has b ecu
organized into sub-divisions, the Executive
Committee shall have power to call, when they
shall so determine, upon a Board ot Delegates,
to consist of three representatives from each
division, to confer with them upon matters of
6th. That all matters of detail shall be em-
braoed in a code of by laws.
7th. That the action of this body shall be en
tirely and rigorously free from all considera
tion of, or participation in, the merits of de
merits, or opinion or acts, of any and all sectf,
political parties,or sectional divisions in the
community; aud every class of orderly citizens
of whatever sect, party, or nativity, may be
come members of this body. No discussion of
political, sectional or sectarian sublecis shall
Bhall be allowed In the rooms of the Associa
8th* That no person accused before this body
shall be punished, until after fair and impartial
trial and conviction.
9th. That whenever the Geuernl Committee
have assembled for deliberation, the decision
of the majority upon any question that may be
submitted to them by the Executive Committee,
shall be binding upon the whole; Provided
nevertheless, that when the delegates are de
liberating upon the punishment to be awarded
to any criminals, no vote lnllictiag the death
penalty shall be binding, unless nasssed by two
thirds of those present aud entitled to vote.
10th. That all good citizens shall lie eligible
for admission to this body, under such regula
tions as may be prescribed by a committee on
qualifications; and If any unworthy persons
gain admission, they shull on due proof be ex
pelled : And believing ourselves to be execu
tors of the will of the majority of our citizens,
we do pledge our sacred honor, to defend and
sustain each other in carrying out the deter
mined action of the committ ee at the hazard of
our lives and our fortunes.
Getting Discouraged.—One of the Tri
tune’s " Kansas outrage” manufacturers, is.
getting discouraged, tor the want of material.
Speaking of a Kansas company on the road,
the writer says—" I almost hope to hear that
some of their lives have been sacrificed, for it
seema as if uothing but that would rouse tho
Eastern States to act.”
For Balt Lake City.—Eight hundred En
glish Mormons, including women aud children,
passed’through this city on Monday, en route
for 84lt Lake. They look the Chicago and
Rock Island Railroad to the river, and go
thence by the Mississippi and Missouri road to
Iowa city. They, with their baggage, occupi
ed twenty-three cars. At Iowa city tney will
purchase wagons, teams, provisions, &o., for
the overland journey to tho Lake.—Chicago
of danger, a
maud each street leading to the fortification.
While these formidable preparation were
going forward, the governor’s officers and the
public journals in favor of annihilating the
committeo, labored excessively to obtain war
riors, and succeeded in securing a] ragged few
hundred additional to the fierce desperadoes
who "Hooked around the constitution and the
Executive" immediately on the appearance of
The Governor was now made to believe, by
his unprincipled advisers, that he could at once
suppress tho "insurrection." Accordingly, he
went to Benicia to obtain arms and the various
projectiles of war from the United States
Arsenal; but Gen. Wool positively refused to
accommodate "his Excellency,” to his great
annoyance and chagrin.
While at Benloia, a Committee of gentlemen,
from San Franclsoo, but not member* of the
Vigilance Committee, waited on the Governor
toendevortoindneehimto withdraw his pro
clamation. This he would notdo; and in hia
reception of the committee forgot that gentle
manly deportment isaa creditable to the pah-
lio officers as to the private citizen. He return
ed to Sacramento, muoh incensed at general
wool and convinced of the mysterious fact that
a‘ mob" badposessionof six thousand stand
of arms and thirty pieces of cannon which they
had obtained without blood abed, disturbance,
or objection on tho port ol the owners.
Port of Savannah JULY 17
No arrrlvuls since* our last.
Stoamor Randolph, Ward, August.
Boston, July 12.— Cld, Goodsrll, St Muryi.
VALUAUI.li: HIDE PLANTATION
• Wl'IIIIX IKS MlI.IM UK 'IIIK PITY OK SAVAX.VAII.
O N’ OiAtllrst iuwiluy iu Dacumbar next, will b*
sold before tho Court House in tbe* i lly of Hu
v« n nab, I lit.’ HuntuUuu on tin- Savannah rivet, tun
miles frutti th« cily, known m Mulberiy ilrovu, bo-
lunging lii tbe estate ol the lain I'lilliji Ulmer, con
taining six hundred ami eighty-seven aura-, of
which there are two hundred acres uf flrat quality
tide rice land, uud ime hundred and filly-five acroa
mnler good hanks und in a line slate for cultiva
tion. Alsu, seventy live acres ot' high Uud under
uuttivuUuii. On (lie place uru a good dwelling house,
overseer’s house, barns, uegro house* and i tiler
nulhuiUlliig-3, all in a good statu ol' repair, i’erson*
detlriug to purdiuHo will call upon tho undersigned,
who ro.-dde.-i within four miles of the drove. Terms
of Kale made known ou the day ol* sale. Pusses-
siou uot given until ttie Host of January.
JyWotV.. II. K. HARDISON’, Kx’ur.
43J" Tim*fbarleston Mercury will publish oin-e u
week iiidilihp day of sale. >
il EAI.'I it* OF V Uibi; S A V AN NAIM
July loth, 1050. /
All vessels arriving ut the tiori of Huvau-
Pfiw null, from I ho West Indies, .Mexico, Central
America, South America, or from auy port where
contagious inl'cc.tioua und umllguiiut diseases are
prevailing, (also, all vessels having sickness on
board, or having had sloltuuss ou board, since last
clearance,) are required to come to anchor oil'
Fort Jackson, there to remain without communica
tion with the city of Havanimh or adjacent country,
until visitod by tbe Health Officer.
No boat or vessel shall receive auy of the crow
or piisaougers from vessels subject to tho above or
der for the purpose of carrying them to the city or
Vessels will uot be detained in qimrautlue uuless
such detention bo necessary.
Any violation of the above orders will subject
tho violator to tho penalty of tho law.
F. II. DEMURE, Health OlHoor.
Approved E. O. AxnKitaox, Mayor. tf-jy 17,
JKS8E T. BERNARD,
ATTORNEY AND tOUNHKUDR AT LAW,
Reference—flenrgu -. Urowu, William Doll, Nuw-
uansviile, Flu., K. I). Hilton, Bouton At Viltaionga,
Savannah, Ua. myU
. ~ M. WHIT SMITH,
attorney at law,
AU.UMTOR, KAMI KtOHUiA.
Will practice In the Eosteriraud Sontl
Refer to--Col S. S. Sibley, aud R. U. Hilton, Sa
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practiced Law iu the various Counties oi tho Oc
mulgco Circuit, uud the adjolniug Comities of Twiggs,
l.aureus and Washington.
Refer ui—Johu Boston, H. 2 Crane, und K. B
UR Oil LIE A. GORDON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
t'uminissioner of the V. S. Court uf Clttimsjhi
the State of Georgia.
. OUlce Corner Buy uud But I streets.
UU, CHlULEH 11. CODDING,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. No. 14 LIBERTY .Vi’.,
one door west of Druytuu, my II
wm. o. Connelly,
ATTORN.. I AT LAW,
llullliLU, WOUTd POINTY, A. feortl UKKH.'K. ALBANY.)
Will practise iu the -^mumMi Circuit,ami iu Macon,
Dooly and Worm CuuuUch ortuo Macon Circuit.
4W“ Particular attention giveu to the collection ol
claims in Houth-Wostcrn Uuorgia. Ju2—0m
A T T O K N E Y A T L A W ,
lebl-ly mwi.vrox, ua. , «'
LAN1UU & ANbEKSON,"
A T T O K N E Y S A T L A W ,
Upfr-ly MACON, UA.
A. II. gTiAMPION. ~
(Successor to Champion & Watts.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
No. 4 Barnurd si., between tliu Market und Buy si.,
Boaler lu Uroceries. Foroigu uud Domes tic 1 Jauurs,
Dried Fruits, &o., ko.
Reference—A. Cbampiou, Esq., Samuel Solomoua,
Esq., Messrs, ttubun k Whitehead, and Swllt & Co.,
Savannah, Ou. mylt
NOW IS THE TIME
for those who wan to have
TOMATOES AND CORN
Next Winter, to get somo ot’
SPRATT’S SELF-SEALING CANS,
which may he used year after year. To ho hail at
ICEDZIE’S PATENT WATER FILTER
An assortment of sizes and
with the latest improvement, can
only bo found ut otir store.
Wo will sell them at the manu
facturer’s retail prices,adding only
the transportation, and put llicm
up free of charge.
KENNEDY k BEACH,
Hudgson’rtdilock, corner ol'
Broughtou and Bull sis.
B ASKETS—An elegant assortment or Traveling
Basketi 1 . Just received by steamer from New
York. A call is invited ut
KENNEDY k BEACH'S
House Furnishing Store, Hodgson's new block.
A. McjVLPIN «Si UROTIIER8,
Lumber, Mill and Brick Yards.
Sept 5 SAVANNAH, (IA.
I. UQoiu.Tr. "* U. D. tf.NKLU.NOa.
LOCKETT & SHELLINGS,
Will attend to the selling of all kinds of produce.
Strictattcuitiou given to receiving and I'orwardiug
goods. may Bl ly
Auction & Commission House, Aliicon, Uu.
a. it. McLaughlin,
Goaoral Agent and Auctioneer,
Solicits from hia friends consignments of over/
description. Takes orders for Cotton.
B3‘ Special attention given to the sales ol'Heal
Estate, stocks and Negro proporty. at public aud
prlvatosalcs. Prompt returns and disjmtch.
Uoforcnco—O. A. ].. LAMAR. mob .'id
NEW MARBLE YARD
Opposite LaurelGrove Cemetery, Sav'h, Ga.
Mar Ole Monuments, Tombs and Grave Stones, tarn
ished ou rotisqnablo terms. Orders res
D. A. O'DYllNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ouice 176, Bay st., over Turner k Co’s. Drug NioreJ
GlMUE THOUP HOWARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
utllce Mouumout Hquare, near Slate Bank.
C iVaNE, WELLS & CO.,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S. W. RAKER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Moutlcello, Jefferson County, Flu.
Reference—Hou. W. U. Fi.Km.Mi, fiavuunah, Ga,
EDWARD G. WILSON,
MAGISTRATE, NOTARY AND COMMISSIONER
At Meiiarrt. Ward & Owens’ I .aw Office, (myll
u. w. maJiky,
ATTOBNEY A'l’ l.AW,
FIUNKUX, liKAKD CO., UA.
Will attend to professional business in IbeCouutles
of Heard, Carroll, Campbell, Coweta, Fayette, Meri
wether uud Troup.
Roforouco—Hon. H. Y. Hill, laUrange, Ga.; Hon,
David Irwin, Marietta, Uu.; Colouul M. M. Tidwell,
Fayetteville,Ga.; and Mr. William Dougherty.Co
lumbus, Ga. supl7-ly
WELLS & WILLIAMS,
DOMESTIC, FOREIGN AND FANCY
Nu. 149 Congress-st,, Savannah, Ga.
JAS. T. WE1.15, formerly of Beaufort Dlst. S. O.
THICOPHILUS WILLIAMS, “ driven Co., Ga,
H ARPER Foil JULY.—Harper’s Now Monthly
Magazine, for July, received aud for sale by
WARNOCK k DAVIS,
Junel8 160 Congress street.
Savnimnli Market, July 17,
COTTON.—'Yesterday only 10 bales wore sold at
ATLANTA, July 16.—Cotton—l) to Hie—receipts
Baoox.—Hog round 10 to 10)£c, clear Sides 12a
12Jf, Ribbed 11a HKi Hams KigaliJ£, Shoudors
9 and Joles 5o per lb. Good stock In market with a
Rios—Good to prime 0>^a8c.
CHARLESTON, July 16.—Cotton.—There was a
moderately fair demand for this article to-day, uud
tho transactions reached somo 1260 bales ut lull
and advancing prices. The sales were 6 bales ut
lOtf, 161 at 10X 10 at 11K, 4 at 11)*, 202 at 12,27
at 12X, 846 at 12J«'c.
(^COLUMBIA, July 16.—Cotto.v—Thero was deci
dedly a better feeling in the Cotton market yester
day, uud a Quo article will now freely command 11,
and ohoioe 11 tfo.
NEW ORLEANS, July 16.—Cotton—900 halos
wore Bold to day, ai previous rates.
Whisky—Ia worth 64 cents, and Raw 37'cents per
MEMPHIS, (Tenu.) July 12.—Cotton.—Tho lim-
Red recoipts aud stocks prevented auy traniactlous
or note, and tho few sales that aro made ruugo from
8* to lOtfc.
Wheat.—But UtUe arriving, and buyers are offer
lug B6a90c lor fair aud 06a»l tar strictly choice.
Bom* coutracts tar Immediate delivery huve been
made at 90c'
IjiULTON MARKET BEEF.—10 Half bills
_L Fulton Market Bcol', aud 10 do do l’ork. Just
mny20 J. D. JE33E.
D RESS Guubs.—A largo and Uno assortment oi'
colored Dress Silks, Bareges, Tissuos, French
Cambrics, French Muslins, Brilliants and Prints, as
well as a large assortment of White Goods, Striped
Plaid and Plain Swiss, Organdies, Tarleton, Book,
Nansook, Cambric aud Jaconet Muslin, for eulo by
Juno 20 AIK IN & BURNS.
If you want a good uud cheap
IgMijOHTruiik, Vnllcu, Carpet Rag,
MMHor Clotlilng of any kind or quail-
ready made or made up to your
muasuro; also Hats, Cups, Shirts, Collars or Dress
Furnishing articles of any description, call uud se
lect from the largest und best stock iu (lie city, at
tho Star Emporium, 147 Buy street.
Jol3 WM. O. PRICE.
AND DEALER IN
Timber and Lumber.
BROUGHTON STREET HACK AND
• . Tho uudurslgnod haviug put the
'"X above Stables in good condition,
are prepared to accommodato their
oustomors with Carriages, Hacks,
Buggies, Sulkies, ko., with sound, gentle, und well
broke horses, and carotal drivers. Horses boarded
on accommodating terms, and well cared tar. Two
pairs of Quo Carriage Horses for sale. Inquire cor-
nor of Barnurd aud Brougbtan streets.
ap!14—ly STEVENS 4c ELUSION,
Will lake contracts tar Building and Working Ma
sonry of ovory description. Residence, No. a Mrs
Jewett’s Range, tiouth side Jones st. oct 80
, WOOD AND LUMBER.
A LL kinds of Wood, Boards, Plonks. Joist,
Timber, Shlugles, Light-wood, Posts, kostoro
laths and Paillugs, tar sulo, at wholesale aud retail,
low for cosh, ou the now wharf recently erected on
tho Lumber Yard of Robert A. Allon A Co.
mar ltf-lyW M. J. L. MOULTON
WILLIAM II. DASHER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNaEILOU AT LAW,
Troupvlllo, Lowndes Couuty, Ga.
Will pructico in Thomas, Lowndes, Cliuch, Ware,
Appling, Telfair, Irwin, Laurens, and Pulaski
counties, Georgia: uud iu JcUcrsou, Madison, Ham
ilton, uud Columbimsoumios, Florida. [myll
WM. M. WILLIAMS. TUAUDKUH OLIVKK. JACK HkOW.V
WILLIAMS, OLIVER $Sk BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Buena Vista, Marion County, Gu.,
Will pructico lu the counties of Muriou, Macon, Hous
ton, Stewart, Randolph, Muscogee, Iajc, uud any
adjoining counties, where their services may be
JOHN il. COCHRANE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Dublin, nan reus county, Ga,, Into Juuior partner ol
tho firm of A. &,J. Uociiraxk, trwlutou, Ga., will
attcud promptly to ull business entrusted to his
cure. Particular attention paid to collecting. Re
ference—Dr, G. D. Guyton, F. H. Rowe, Dublin,
Ga., il Marsh, .Savannah. myll
Factor uud Ucucral Oommiaaiou Mcrchunt
uo; 71 DAV-8TKKET, SAVANNAH, UA.,
Rkfkksto—Messrs. Clughoru & Cunningham, Hell
k iTi-iulss, Ogdon, j-turr .a Co., savannah; J. p,
ilmmii.mil. Boston. uni- 1
A TLANTIC LEAD.- - Constantly on bund
uud till’ sale ut CHAFFER & LU.V,
aprSO No. 6 Whttakur street.
ACON ttlDKB A SHOULDERS—
26 hints Prime Bacon Sides,
10 “ Shoulders,
Lauding uud tar sale by
myza SCRANTON, JOHNSTON.A to.
INGUSH POTATOES’—80 hanijWa choice Eating
For nalo by * [tuay27j
/ 1UAMPAUN E—12 baskets genuine Ileidsic
V^Champugue in store und for sale by
may 10 OCTAVl/8 COHEN,
QTAUCI1, COPTER AND CANDY.—60 bxs Fresh
.Starch; 60 do Ground Coffee; 60 do assorted
Candy, received uud for sale bv
McMAHON Sr DOVU,
Juue 4 206 and 207 Buy htrcct.
I N STOKE—per feleaiunhlp Knoxville—Kxuu la
bit- Butler aud Cliecau; Beef Tongues; r-moked
Beef;Hums; Bacon; Pig Pork; White Ueum;Heck
er'u .self-raising Flour; Kuisiur., Hgs, Pates, Prunes,
Almonds, Ac., Ac.; tickles oi uii kinds; Prcserlea,
assorted; Brandy hull, assorted; Preston’s Preun
urn Chocolate; beat olTeuf, Coffee, uud Stuart’s No
l, A, li aud 0.Sugars; Hlbbert'a Loudon Porter;
Falkirk's Scotch Ale; Claret and other Wines; at
Family Grocery Store,
r Whitaker ami Charlton sts.
JOHN S. lXOlllilS,
H AVING resumed tliu practice of life proles-
uiou, offers his services to his friends uud the
public us uu Architect and superintendent.
Design-, lot auy purl uf the couutry supplied aud
executed iu all the various biaut-hes ol his proles
skm, such as Public Edifices, Stores, Dwellings,
Monuments, Ac. Thoroughly Fire Proof stores Ol
fllguud aud executed. Otlice ut preseut iu Bay Lune,
rear of the Custom House. Jan h—1>
☆ OliOTHlNa /v
1 1)0011 WEST OK TilKltKKUBLlOAN HEADINu It00)1.
Clothing ; Hats
und Gaits, Shirts,
W. O. Price,
and Vestings, will
bo mode to tneu
able in style
Orders from city and couuty solicited. .
WM. Al'bLKYCOL'KKK. J.VO. COt'l’KK FlUsUfl.
COUPKR A FRASER,
FACTORS k GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Bay street, Bavannoh, Ga. (myll
JOHN G. FALLIGANT,
WilOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
WINDOW BLINDS, WINDOW SASH AND PANE
West side Mouumout Square, Savuuuub, Ga.
JOHN O. BOOTH.
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Will also give his attention to designs lu Architec
ture. Oflico lu the store of Johu Williamson, Esq.,
Bay street. tnyia
‘CHAFFER & CO.7
No. 0 Wliltnker Street, Savaiiunlt, Ga.,
WIIOLESALK AND KLTAIL DKALKKS IX
S ASHES. Blinds, Itoors, Mouldings, &c. White
U>ud, Zinc, White Linseed, Wperm, Whale, Tan-
tiers’aud NeatstaotOils, Glass, Brushes, Gold Leaf,
Bronze, Builders’ Hurd ware. Nails, Marble Mantels,
Ac., Xu. Jo4
irn§. LEFLEU Oi WTliJuXL, JJenUslM.
ARE now fully prepared to in
sert tall or partial setts of Teeth
on tho principle of Dr. J. Aliens’s
Patent Continuous Gum, By this
improvement, tho form of the face can bo restored to
any degree of rotundity that may bo desired. It is
applicable iu all cases whoretbe cheeks have fallen
in aud eaunot bo detected by *ho closest observer.—
This method combines the following» ivanUges:—
Au artificial gum, which exhibits a perfectly uatural
and Ufe-Uke appearauco, aud imparts to the thcetb
that peculiar expression which characterizes the na
This Gum consists of a sil&clous compound, which
Is applied and fused upon the Teeth and Plate in such
a manner, as to fill up all tbe interstices arouud the
base of the Teeth, and also unites them firmly to
each other and to tbe Plate upon which they are
sett. This securos perfect clcaniluess of the Teeth,
Office over DeWilt k Morgan, Congress street.
V Republican and Georgian copy. tab 10—it
Drs. ROY ALL A JOHNSON,
Dentists, office corner St. Julien-st.
and Market Square, over S. Wil
ma's jewolry Etore. Office hour*
Horn 8 to 2 o’clock, and from 8 to 6.
mar 11 com
Large sized Photographs, la-
AT TWELVE DOLLARS KKK DOZEN
Also, Ambrutypes ami Da
guerreotypes, iu uis usual su
perior style. A call is solicited.
J. W. MILLER,
jnar27 cr. St. Jullau-st. aud Market square.
O A II Y’fcDAGUE itEtFTYPE S, AM 1J RO-
types and Photography.
P. M. CARY
W OULD respectfully give uotice that his
rooms are now open lor the season, and rea-
uy ror tho reception of visitors.
By tho Amubotype process persons may now have
their children’s pictures taken, iu almost any posi
tion they mny choose, lu from l to 3 secodds sitting.
By the Photoghapuio process old Daguerreotypes
can bo transferred to paper, beautifully colored and
euiarged to life. oct 22
^ ^ PATTlBltSON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Troupvlllo, Lowndes County, Ga. (myll_
JAMES M. SAVAGE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TUOMASV1LLK, IU0MA8 COUNTY, UA.
All business entrusted to his care will receive
prompt attention. _ lyr—marl7
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
_jr Office mi Ray street, over tho Bunk of Bavon.
JAMia (K KODQKRS. .AMES A. NORKIH.
RODGERS «b NORRIS,
(late Crauo k Rodgors,
Corner of Broughton and Whltaker-3hii
SUCCESSOR to T. G. Rice, Manufacturer and
O Dealer in ovory variety of common aud flno
CANDIES, kilu dried and warranted to resist effec
tually tho hot damp ntmosplicro of a Southern Cli
mate; also Lemon aud Strawbury Syrup, Ac. Terms
cash, pricos low. tf—my 11
r. J. OGDEN. WM. STARR, ST. B. H. HAKDKK.
OGDEN, STARR A CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
BAY-STREET, SAVANNAH. GA.
YONGE Ai FRIERSON,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 94 BAT-RTRKKT. SAVANNAH, GA.
f^T&N, lltftttON"IffC<L f
Forwurding and Oommission Merchants,
Buy-atreet, Savnimah, Ga.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Jonos Street, (ouo door East of Drayton Street.)
Is prepared to ooulraul tar all kluds of building
Also to cbnduct water through tho various parts
of housoa. an tf
. . Ar«HoiiASTO7~
Auction and Commission Merchants,
110 Bryan Street,
a wm... [Jol2]
Pulaski Hoiue Barber Shop,
Oivrnx' thick Building, opjiosite the Pulaski ltms»,
FIVE WORKMEN KNOAOEU.
Marsliail House BnrlHT Shop,
Broughton Street, • ^
FOUR WORKMEN ENGAGED.
r IHIK Mtihscfiber, thankful to his fellow-citizens
X tar (ho liberal patronage he hus received, uud
is still receiving, bugs respectfully to inform them
that lie hus eugugctl siilllciciit additional first-class
workmen from sonic of (he best Barber Shops iu
Now York, and will be enabled to accommodate us
many goidlemen n.- may honor him with their pa
N. B,—The Barber Simps aro closed on Sundays—
strangers will please hear this iu mind.
0. F. UAimiHON. A. U. MCUKHXk
HAR1UMON kV McGKHEE,
AUCTION, COMMISSION, IiEOEIVlNG AND
51) AND 111 JtllOAD-STllKKT, COLOUUUU, QKOBU1A.
D* Particular attention giveu to the sales of Keul
Estate, Negroes and Itoducc.
Liberal advances mudooii Negroes und Mer
HUSK, FATTEN k CD. i
GUNDY k D.INTEL, J-Columbus, Ga.
STEWART, GRAY k CO. J
RUSE, DAVIS k LONG,
YOUNG, ATKINS k DUNHAM,)
C. A. GREENE k CO., J Apalachicola
H. S. SMITH, k Mobile, Alabama,
UST RECEIVED, per schooner J, It. AUeu, from
CELEBRATED UNRIVALLED PREMIUM
CAKES and CRACKERS,
Junrhiw, Lemon Cakes,
Tea Cukes, Scutch Cokes,
Ginger Simps, Edinburgh Cokes
Milk Biscuit, Soda Blsciut,
Wine Biscuit, Butter Biscuit,
Water Biscuit, 1‘io Nlc Biscuit, kc.
June2u corner Whitaker and Charltou-sls.
COMMSSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT,
-Vo. 87 Bay street, Savannah, Georgia.
Juno 13 _
SAB. W. GHKKN. " ~ u7iTaMOOT.
GREEN A SMOOT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OCt2ti TUQMA8T0N, GA. "
Ordlnni-y of Chatham County,
AND aTTORNEV AT LAW.
Office in the Court House. my Hi
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A3* Office on Bay street, over the Bank of Savan
R. F. COLB 4b BROTHER,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION HER-
Savannah, Ga., and Montgomery, Ala.
F. T. Cole, | R, K Cole,
Bay street, Savauuub. | Commorce st., Montg’ry,
Holeouib. Juimsou, k Co. | Cohens k Hertz,
Lockett «x guollings, I Edwin Farsons A Co.,
Robert A. Allen, [ Scranton, Johnston k Co.
SAVANNAH, OA. myl8
WM. L. Wlau'. _ WM. B. EiOS.
WEUil dt SAGE,
(sUOOESSORSTO CAMEKO.V, WEBB A CO,
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHEN-WARE,
146 MEBTING-ST. OHAKI.BSTON, 8. C.,
Will supply Country Merchuuts with Goods lu their
Hue ut us low rates us they can buy lu Now
York, or elsewhere.
sept 28 iy
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
S Jffico at the Court House.)
uperlorand Courts of Ordi
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Corner off Boy and, Wliltnker Street.,
tab 22 Bui oh
JONH S. BOWEN.
ENGINEER, ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR,
CORNER OF DRAYTON AND BRYAN-8TS.,
(Abovo C A. L. Iximar.)
C L. GODDARD, New York, ouiy Manufac-
• turer ot tho Origiuul Stool Ring and Tooth
Burrlug Machines and Feed Rolls, to bo attached to
First und also Second Breakers aud Flnishors of
Woolen Carding Machines. The attachment to Sec-
oud Breakers and Finishers is very Important
Thcso machines are iu successtal operation, on
First Breakers, in most of the principal Woolen Fac
tories iu the Uultcd States, Canada and Mexico, and
uro doomed by experienced manufacturers as the
most perfect nmehiucs used, and Indispensable to
tho economical und successful manufacture or wool.
They uro in fact tho ouly stroug, durablo and suc
cessfully operating machines lu uso. No carding
machine should run an hour without them.
Th« Feed Rolls aro strong und durable, and wor
thy of attention.
Circulars explaining those Machines aud Roll, aud
references to Mtlls having thorn In uso, may bo had
by addressing C. L. GODDARD,
No. 8 Bowling Green, Now York,
to whom orders should bo addressed,
~W. H. FARHELLi
DEALER IN OHOIOE FAMILY GROCERIES
ami Foreign and Domvstlo Fruit.
coraw Broughton and Whttaker-sts,
town md country supplied with ohotoo goods at
moderate prices. AU orders promptly attended
to, and satifllkcllon always guaranteed. *p!8
H AY—36 bales Northern Hay, tar sale by
Jy8 WILLIAM LYNN, 87 Bay at,
L ARD—20 bbls aud 60kega now No 1 Leaf Lard',
landing and tar sale by
Jy7 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON k CO.
FRENCH CHINA, WHITE GRANITE.
AND GLASS WARE.
146 MKKI1NU STREET, CHAKUSTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
« Tho aubscrlbors respectfully solicit-,
from tho traveling publio, on insiwctionf
or their Block of French and English
China, in plain whito, gold hand, and _
decorated riluuor, desert, breakfliBt, tea, toilet, tete-a-
tete seta and vases. Also, Cups aud tJauoers, kc,, ot
the celobrutod tSevroa China. White Granite of the
boatwauuf&oturorB. Rich cutFrcnob, English and
They have a variety of oruamehti In Parlsmu
Waro, Busts of Calhoun, Clay, Webster, and others.
andStatuctea ofthoGreok blavo, Vonus de Medlcis!
*o., Ao. ’
They have also a boautltal. durable and cheap arti
cle for floors aud hearths, of
Plain and Encaustic Tlles.h’’
Their stock being very general, caretally selected
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