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FOREION AND in t '
JNVEUAL gentlemen or small families can be
j uOcutiiiiiOilatoil with good Rooms and Hoard, on
To the Patron, of the tav’h SNUfatt. I
M OuHdlng coruor Bar and Dray toasts.,
suitable for mercantile purposos and star-
ago. For particulars enqufre al **«.»
June 18-*.< , \ , .OFFICE.
WANTBb TO RINV .i*l *:.»7*
, A commodious, airy and pleaaaut House
; in a desirable} part ortho city, Tor which a
liberal price wlU'bo paid, Enquire at the
cjfllco or tlto Georgian upd'Journal.
" "WiRgNT;” *; ~ Zh
UNTIL the.i.Ut November noxt, a com
modious and airy residence. op U10 uurlb
sldo or the Coutral Railroad Depot, known
_ua Hovers Place. The house la newly fur-
ulNhed iron basement to attic, which can bo bought
may8 YOUNG * WYATT.
All debts due to the Georglau previous to
Mr the Otb Instaut. are payable only to tho un
designed. Notes and accounts due In tho city will
be presented immediately, and all dehta due iu tho
tommy wilt bo forwarded by an early mall.
This being I ho first Ume that the underalgued lias
publicly appealed to hia late patron, bo reoU that
bev will not consider him unreasonable in urging
upon them the uccesalty for immediate payment.
Iteimttaacos may be made directly to tho uudor-
siuuoit, or to It. II. Hilton k Co., whoso receipt will
oc valid. PHILIP J. PUNCH
Savannah, May 28, 1860. my!8-lawd4w
OiHcf Saw’ll, Albany di Gulf It. It. Co.,)
Savanuah, 37th Juuc, 1856. J
An iostaliuent or 10 per cent., being the
sixth ou the Capital Stock of this Oompauy,
hereby called, and required to bo paid at this
office on tho 1st day of Soptembor next. Uy order
june:8—wtlS Secretary and Treasurer.
CITY TREASURER’*OFFICE, 1
Savannah, 34th June, 1866. j
4>a . The Boudi of the Cily or Savannah, duo
9mr 1st Fobrnary, 1867, Issuod for Central Rail
road Stock, (commonly kuown as McAllister bonds)
will be roileomod if desired in stock of tho Coutrat
Railroad aud Bauklng Company, at its market vulue,
the bonds being rccoivod at par.
I0-J5 JAMES S. WATKINS, City Treas’r.
N OTIC B~C.~R.~r7
THE freiglit ou corn from Atlanta to Su-
vaunath will be reduced to 16 e. per bushel
mi and after he 1st day oT April next
WM. M. WADIJCY,
rrunsiiortatiou oQlue, 1
Uiiirat Wl Ruad. / " lw -“
Six Tracis of Luid, 600 acre each, 3 r •!
miles from the city of Savannah ou tliu S. A.
lull' Rail Road. well adapted lu ti e growth ol
Rice, Cotton aud Corn, and Wood enough 10 pay for
it ton timos over. Apply to
lob 37 tf C. A. U/UJD.
B LEACHEDShirtings iu grout variety, aud
at various prices.
fob 31 AIUIN4 BURNS
t 'Oll BALD.—A Hue lot iu Wesley Ward.—
Alsu two on (iordou street, east. For sale low.
Fee simple. Apply to 'A. WII.BUR,
Uou'l Insurance Agent aud Uroker,
may 33 _ _ 111 Day stroot.
C ORN—600 sucks com, iu store and To arrive, ibr
solo by WILLIAM LYNN,
June 10 87 Bay street.
A LI. pursous having claims against tho estatu of
GeorgeM.Troup, deceased, will hand them
lu, duly uttested, aud those Indebted will please
make payment to either of the underalgued.
T1IOMA8 M l’OUMAN. 1
Jo 10 IIANIKI. 11. 11. TROUI‘, jf_ x "•
S ALT.—1000 sacks Salt lu storu uud for sale by
jiiuo 14 87 Bay street
OFFICES FOlt RENT
IN TUB THREE-STORY BRICK HOUSE
adjoining tho ofllco of tho subscriber. Tho
basement would make, with some slight
^improvement, an oxcollout lawyer's office,
irst and second doors will bo lot Ibr Counting-
Rooms, and the third lor sleuplng apartments. Con
nected with U10 establishment Is an out-bulldlng ol
brick, suitable tor servants. Apply to
0. A. L. I.AMAR,
sept3 Corner Drayton and Bryan streets.
MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR
M These Springs will bo open for tho rocep-
Honor visitors on the first day of June,
Thoy are situated in Montgomery Coun-
da, one and a half miles from tho Virginia
and Tennessee Railroad, from which there Is a
brunch Railroad lo the Springs
Passengers leaving Richmond or Potorsburg after
breakfast reach the Springs by 6 o'clock, I'. M., tho
same day, all the way by Railroad.
Tho accommodations have boon very much ex
tended sinco last season. The rooms aro large uud
comfortable, aud capable of accommodating'1,000
The Lynchburg aud Ablngdou Telegraph Compa
ny are uow building a branch of their Hue to tho
Springs, which will bo operation early in June.
A very large Bath Houso has b*eu built sinco lust
RO. H. MOSBY, President,
Jumrtl—lm Montgomery W. 8. B. Comp'y.
Tho two-story briek store onGongress
street, now occupied by Messrs. Einsteiu 4
Eckraau. TIUb Is ono or the best stands in
the city for any kind of businoss. Terms
>0 made accommodating. For particulars in
quire at 142 Broughtou street, above tho storo of T.
L. MoKeuua. tfmayH
t POOL.—The A 1 Amerloaii
i; Patton master, having a
^ of freight engaged, - will moot
as above, for balance of cargo; npidy -
DR1GHAM, KELLY 4 CO.
■ Full. lTvKRIHJOL,— 1 fne A1 ship JAMES
flt'AY will have dlsputoh Ihr tho above port.
iWfr'iYulght npilly to •
it J° S HUNTER k GAMMELI..
. 'At FOR NEW YORK.—Union IJnr—Tbo reg-
HBDft ular Packet Schooner G. S. DAVIS, Ahull
Mas tor, will have quick dispatch for Bo above port.
For freight or past ago, apply to
• July 3 OGDEN, 8ARR * CO.
Niagara Falls, the Lakes & Canada
SHORTEST AND CHEAPEST ROUTE.
Per'Steamship Keystone Stalestia Philadelphia
mum LINE connects at Philadelphia with the
I Great Varth-Westorn Railroad Routo. through
to Niagara Fills and Bulfulo, in sixteen hours from
l'hrougli Tickets, with tho privilege of stopping at
Philadelphia, and Intermediate points, for sale by
re to Niagara Fulls or Buflkllo $28
“ Elmira 30
“ Canandaigua 28
CHARLES A. GREINER, Agent,
Juuu 27 Savannah, Georgia,
TUB GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE
CO. OK NEW YORK, .
V UE taking Marino lUska nt their Agency,
comer of 1 nay ton uud Bryau streets.
M irovud RitfRu will ho taken oh liberal terms,
te usual credit given on Premium Notes. Three
quarters ol' the btikfiToss will bo returned to the cub
tamers In scrip, C. A. L. Lamar,
fob 10 Agent In Njjvatmah.
... ‘ vi^sun A ib i^ir :
SiMitinirn dluinui iMsuiiiitco Cuuipnuy,
Southern Mutual Life Kits. Company,
Hume Insurance Comjmiiy, of N. York,
Sprlngltclil Fire 4k Murine In*. Com'y,
Risks In the ubovo insurance Colnpuntes uttdortu
keu by WM. KINO & SONS, Agouts,
No* 1 WO Bay street,
davaunuh, 14th December, 1866, . dcol4
B AGGING, ROPE, 4o.—100 bales Guuuy Bag
ging; GlKJ culls Bale Rope; 6011 pounds fwiue;
received and for sale by
Juuol6 HOI.COMUK, JOHNSON 4 CO.
160 bags good to prime Rio ColTce;
76 bags old Government Java do;
,80 bags old brown Java do; ^
barrels Stuart’s A, B and C Clarified Sugars:
50 “ Crushed and Pulverlxod do;
hhds Porto Rico, New Orleaus, aud Muscovado
60 boxes Stuart’* Loaf Sugar;
60 hints Sides and Shoulders;
26 casks Trowbridge and Beaty’ Hams;
150 bbls Deumoad aud Oakley Flour;
76 bids aud half bbl* Canal Four:
150 bbis Butter. Sugar and Pilot Crackers;
60 boxes Soda Crackora:
200 boxes various brands and qualities Tobacco;
26 casos Uyer's Aromatio do^
160 bbls Cuba and New Orleans Molassesl
60 hhds Cuba do;
60 bbls No. 1 Lear Lard;
200 kegs and cans Lard;
6 M lb Bar Lead;
600 bags Drop aud Buck Shot:
600 kegs, halft aud quarters, Dupont’s Powder;
76 bbls Moss and Prime Pork;
60 boxes Nectar Whisky;
100 quarts Scheldam Schnapps;
100 casks pints Ale and Porter;
300 bblM-ectified Whisky;
100 bbls New England Rum;
160 bbls Phelps and E Phelps' Gin;
60 casks common and pare Malaga Wiuo ;
60 bblg White Wino and Cider Vinegar;'
20crates empty Wino Bottles:
600 boxes, Soap, Starch, and Candles;
lu store and tar sale on accommodating terms,
mayl6 HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON k GO
K EDZIE’S WATER FILTER.—Just rocoived an
assortment of sizes Kediei’s improved Water
Filters lor Qiteriug Savanuah River Water,
for sale by H< 'RACE MORSE.
)y® 166 Broughton St,
Y ARN.—26 boles Yarn, assortod numbers,
store, and for salo by
jyg CRANE WELLS Si CO.
O SNABUKUS—50 bales Osnaburgs, Georgia man
utactory, in store, and Ibr sale in lots to suit
iy 8 CRANE, WELLS k CO.
CORN AND COB HILL.
B ACON, Pork, Jwj.— 6U liluls clear uud rlbbod
Sides; 30 do Shoulders; ffi) casks sugar-cured
llatus; 60 bbis prime uud mess l'ork; 00 half bbls
Hawes fi Co's Fulton Market Beef; 6 do do Tongues;
JUst received uud tar sale by
juuel& HOLCOMBE, JOUNSON k CO.
S UGAit—16 hhds choice 1'orlo Rico sugar; 26 do
Crowned Muscovado uiul Cuba Sugar; 60 bbls
Barbadous Sugar; aoo do Sluart's and Baltimore
stcan: relluod, crushed, powdered and clarified
Sugar, lauding, lu storu and for sale by
Juno 15 HOL'JOMUK, JOHNSON k CO.
C OFFEE.—300 bags fair to choice Rio CoU'eo; 60
do l^iguayru Coll'eo; 60 mats Java CoU'eo; JO
bales Mocha CoU'eo; lauding, in store aud for sulo by
Junol5 HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON & CO
W ANTED TO PURCHASE—. lly of Columbus
Bonds, endorsed by tho Muscogco Railroad
Company. Apply to
jolt]—Utls PADELFORD, FAY k CO.
FLOUIl KN DARRELS.
J UST received a lot of Extra Family Flour,
apr2U YOUNG k WYATT.
C IUOICE WINES & LIOUORS—
J Just rsceived 20 basuuts Ueidsiuk Cbamuagno.
U.quarto:- casks Sherry,Port uud Madeira Wines.
16 doz Claret Wino aud Cordials;
a half pipoa old Gtard and Senetto Braudies;
2 pipes superior Holland Gin. Beaver brand;
5 bbls old Monongnhela Whisky, in glass and
wood. For salo by DAVID O’CONNOR,
Jell Cor. Broughtou uud Drayton ala.
C. O. POOLE,
No. 11, Whittaker Street, (two doors from Bryan,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
fiidhei, Ulliids, Doors, Faints, Oils. Var
nishes, Window Glass, Putty, am.
Painters’, Uralners* and Artists’ Brushes:
Whitewash Heads and Dustors, Dry aud
'Allied Paints of every description, Artists’
coiorsm tubes, PreparedCauvaaa, kb.
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDERS AND FIRE BOARD
Rooms prepared with ueatucss and despatch.—
House, Sigu uud fillip Painting, Gilding, Graining and
Glazing doue In tlm bust style aud ut moderate
All ordora Irom the country promptly attended
WILMOT’S JEWELRY STORE
Is receiving by every arri
val a large and rich ussort-,
Vent of Gold and Silver Watcbos,
Plus. Ear and Finger Riugs, Mantle and other
Clocks, Spoons, Forks, Tea Soils, Casters, &c., of
Jewelry in overy variety,
'"Ivory Table Cutlery, tine Pocket Knives aud
Rich China and Pariuu Vases, und other artlcloa.
Fine Double Barrelled Guns manufactured to his
own order. Gunuiug Implements of all kinds.
Plated Walters, Castors, Tea Setts and Cuudlo-
stlcks, with a grout variety ol'Fuucy Articles, suita
ble far wedding gills, too tumorous here to tncu-
All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired by the
most experienced workmen.
tnaylfi No. 1 Market squaro.
roa THE STATES OV SO. CAROLINA, OBORSU AMD FLORIDA’
PATENTED MAY 10, 1864.
COPYRIGHT SECURED MAROH 1866.
WHE attention of Planter* and Stock Feeders
X is respectfully called to the abovo Mill. They
are now in use by at least 10,000 of the most practi
cal Slock Feeders throughout the country, who are
ready to testily to their superiority over all other
Mills of a similar kind. These Mills are tnado the
exclusive business or tho patontao, Mr. Scott, who
being a practical man, superintends the casting in
person, and selects only suoh iron as Ib best adapt
ed to their use, which, like car wheelB, require to
ho made or metal known to be hard and strong.—
They weigh from three te five hundred pounds, ac
cording to size, and can be put in operation in twen
ty minutes without expense or mechanical aid.
The little Giant has taken tho Jlrst premium at
nearly all the Btate Fairs throughout the Union, and
that in the most complimentary maimer. They are
guaranteed against breakage or derangement when
used according to directions, and warranted te give
the most perfect satislkction, or the money refunded
on tho return of the mill.
They are or three sixes, and will grind from eight
to URuon bushels good feed per hour, according to
size, with one or two horses.
,We now offer them to the trade complete, ready
tar attaching the toam, at reduced prices.
Mr. C. U. GAMPF1ELD is our Agent in Savannah,
of whom the mill may be had at our price.
L ocomotive needles.—a new &nd ele
gant article which needs ouly lo be tried ouce
to iuHure tho comdaut preference of the seamstress,
Just received aud for sale by
murl8 LAI WON k ROGERS.
CORN ON CONSIGNMENT.
I ffnA Sucks Just received and for sulo.
• 0UU YONGE k FRIERSON,
Jol2 94 Bay streot.
VJYRUP AND MOI.ASSES.—60 bbis Now OrlconB
O Syrup; 60 do Alolassea; iu storu aud for sale by
June 17 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON k OO.
The Dwelling lately occupied by Judgo
I Flomlng, in Taylor atroot, near Drayton.
I Said Houso is three stories on a basemeut,
k with good sorvanta’ rooms, aud outhouses,
isesaion given immediately. Apply to
* D. L. COHEN.
Possession given immediately — Threo
I story brick bouse, new aud in good order,
I ou Alucon street, next oast residence to Mrs.
XJowetL pply at this office.
ATLANTA i ■ i ■ GEORGIA.
J* J, HE8LER, Proprietor*
Late of the Verandah Hotel, New Orleans,
Passengers per Evening Trains will find
Supper ready on the arrival of the Cars,
HOARD PKR DAY $ 1 60
BOARD PER WEEK 6 00
BOARD PKR MONTH 20 00
CORNER MEETING ANILQUEEN-STREETS,
THIS House How adapted to all the
wants or the Training Public, and tho ef
forts of tho Proprietor wlU bo to deserve
mar 31 THOMAS S. NICKERSON.
CABIN PASSAGE TO NEW YORK
Semi-Weekly United States Mall.Line.
TIHE NEW AND SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL
KNOXVILLE.. 1,600 taiis..Capt. C. I). Ludlow.
AUGUSTA ....1,600 “ ..Cupt. Thomas Lyou.
FIXJR1DA 1,800 “ ..Capt. M.S. Woodhull.
ALABAMA..,. 1,800 ” ..CnpL O. R.Sohonck.
WILL LKAVK SAVAR.VAII KVKKY
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Theso shiim aro an:oug tho largest on the coast,
unsuritassed iu speed, unruly and comfort, mukiug
tholr paisugos in filly to sixty hours, und aro com
manded by skillful, careful aud polltu olUcors.—
Having uleguut state-room accommodations, they
offer a most desirable couvuyunuo to New York.
Cabin PasHugo to New York $25
Steerage Passage to Now York 8
PADELFORD, FAY k CO., Savanuali.
SAM’L L. MITCTiU.L. 18 Broadwuy,
leb 5 Now York.
FLORIDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
—U. S. Mail IJuo—From Now Or-
'leans to Koy West.—Steamships
FLORIDA uud VANDKRBILT.—These
fine steamers will in ihturo mako their regular
. “ t-■*• gtw follows:
Koy West, . .16th & 24th
Tampa Uth & 2uth
Cedar Keys.12th &20th
St. Marks... 14th k28tb
Apalachicola,16th k 29lh
Pensacola... 10th JkSOth
New Orleans, 10th k 24th
Pensacola,.. .11th &26th
Apalachicola. 12th &20th
St Marks.... 13th &27th
Cedar Keys..14th k 28th
Tunijm Bay. ,16th k 20th
Key West 17th k 1st | New Orleans, 1711: k 1st
Agent* iu Now Orleans,
doc26 0m E. G. ROGERS, it CO.,
72 Poyurass street.
~ FOllJOHN SON’S LANDING,'
AND INTERMEDUTE PLACES,
7b leave on Tuesday Night, the 12th instant.
M The light draft-steamer, WILLIAM
JgjfggjgE/E LEBBY, Captain A. C. King, will
leave regularly as above, from the Charleston
Stoampookot Wharr. Apply to
fob 11 _ 8. M. LAFF1TKAU, Agent.
.... t)rS7j»IMl Lni« ' '■
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
Via Darien, Brunswick, St. Marys, Oa., Jternandi-
na and Jacksonville, Picolata and Black Creek, b'ht.
OKTI1F, stenraor WELAKA, Capt. N
UfalfcxPl'illfci King, will louve for the above places
every Tuesday Morning, at 10 o’clk. V
This boat bos large aud airy State Room uccom
modatiou3, ami taking Iho Inland Passage, oilers
every imluccmcut to Invalids nnd others.
Freight will ho takon for Trader’s Hill aud inter
mediate landings ou St. Mary’s River.
No freight will bo taken after 0 o’clock.
For froight or passage apply on board at the
Florida Steam packet wharf, or to
apr21 CLAGHORN it CUNNINGHAM.
FilUfi, MAltlNB AND LIFK
i N S U li A i\ C K.
NU. Ul, UAY-STREE'l.
Nvurly Four itlilliou Uulliirs.
By the tallowing responsible Stock Companies.
Chnrtar OnU. Lite liisurnnee Uomiiaiiy,
OY HAHTFOftD, OT.
GSquIlntile Five Inimam« Company,
Farmers’ and Mechanics’ Fire, Marine
and Life Insurance Company,
lirltlgeport Fire nnd Marine lusurattcc
OK BH1IKJEFOKT, OT.
43rT..« Hiibsoriber will effect insurilnco to any
amount in all parts of tho .state oh overy description
of property. •
1.11b Insurance, to any amount, at the lowest rale,
for tho honour oi heirs and creditors, or payable to
tho wife t'ruo from tho claims of creditors.
Marino 1 nsurauco ou Hulls o"r Curgocs to all ijurt>
of tho world. Jau26 A. WILBUR.
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFK INSURANCE
COMPANY, NEWARK, N. J.
Nett accumulation, Juu. 1, 1858* $2,280,006 47
Totqi amount of dividouds paid to dato 716,492 88
Total amount of claims by death paid
to date 1,836,990 81
a min C. Miller, Secretary, Joseph l. Iwd,
Agcut, Robert L. Patterson. Presldout.
*TUo funds of ibid Company aro all safely Invested
iu first class bonds and mortgages, stocks, cash, und
uotes of members fully socurod by tholr policies.
Fur further particulars Inqulro of
UIXARLRS A. FARLlfiY,
Agent in Savanuali,
At the offico ol' Bell it Prcutlss.
J, S. SULLIVAN, Medical Examluer.
Messrs. Padku'OKD, Fay &Co.,
I. K. Tidy, Esq., State Bank.
MAUINF* and fire insurance.
NO. U, MKUOHANT’S KXCHANOH,
AGENT FOll HAVANNAH,
.1 a iu tts III. €ul iei ,
AT THE OFFICE OF
AtEjiSllS. VOU XU, WYATT dl VO.,
No. 85, Bay Street, below the Post OHice.
8. A. HOLLO Firm ol A. G. Humus it <Jo.
g BY BELL & JRENTIS8. ^
(MtieCIflMOMTU RHlmuicR ARKIA.)
TO-MORROW, at 11 o’clock, iu front of store will
Tho usuul assortment of Groceries, Provisions,
Liquors, Crockery und Glass Wore. Dry Goods, now
and second hand Furnlturo, Clothing, Fancy Articles,
Watches, Jewelry, Ac., Ac. Terms, cash before be-
tST All articles purchastd at auction and not sot-
Hod for provious to tho next regular sulo, will be
sold on accouut aud risk of former purchaser.
Bulo Ropeut Auction.
TO-MORROW, at 11 o’clock, will ho sold in front of
60 colls Bale Rope
gold tar account of underwriters and all concern
ed. Terms cash. Jyl8
Flour at Auction.
TO MORROW, at 11 o’clock, wiil bo sold in front of
16 bbls Rye Fluur
gfjwrlor article, to closo a consignment. Terms
Ahu, at tho sumc time and place,
16 bags Uli)(.'oli'cc. Termsicash. JylH
MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS
BO,ODD Dollars-10,000 Number* Only 11
O It A AD SPECULATION !!!
FUR A SMALL INVESTMENT!
1MPUOVKMKNT ON THE
IMPllOVED HAVANA PLAN LOTTEKY.
BV AOtUOItltV OK Tint STATK OK tIKOROIA
JAMl'Elt COUNTY ACAUKMY
To bo drawn July the 16th, 1866, at Concert Hull,
.Macou,Gu., uuder tlm swum suporintondcuccol
Col. Goo. M. Logan uud Jus. A. Nisbet, Esq.
This Lottery Is drawn ou tholdau of tho Royul
Lottery ul'Havuua ofsluglo numbers; this bus only
19,099 uutuburs, uud the Havana lottery 84,090
numbers—the Havana 249 prizes, this 6,931 prices.
Look to your lutarvsl I Now is tho time.
1 Prizoof $ 7,6001s $ 7,690
29 “ .. ..
8,000 is. , t
8 are •
Instead of going North come to the Stone
Mountain House, and spend your summor,
aa everything will be done ibr your com-
,fori. Conveyances will be furnished to
convoy passengers to Lawrencoville, Gainesville
49- Pusscugers by the Georgia Railroad take sup
per at this houso.
ALEXANDER k CLARK.
F. 8. Alexander, formerly of Lawrenceville.
J A. Clark, Social Circle, 2m—Je 2
S UGAR—10 hhds choice New Orleans Rugar; 29
do Porto Rico do; 20 do lair Muscovado do; iu
store and for sale by
June 17 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON & CO.
R ECEIVED per steamer Knoxville—Pickled and
smoked Tongues; Fulton Murkot Beef, aud Pig
Fork, Pig Hams und Pig Bacon.
Oranges, Lemous, Apples, aud White Beaus.
Also, a fresh supply of Fuse’s celebrated Crack
ers. For salo low by
uue 7 J. A. BROWN.
HLHHAII i—nCiiliAH r i
J UST ARRIVED, por schooner A. Devercuux, lu
four duys from Ilavuua, a fresh lot of choice
Fruit, for tho Savannah Fruit Emporium, consist:
ing of—400 buuchcs Bauuuas, 109 dozen Pino Ap
ples; 6000 Plantains, 8000 Sweet Oranges, Tom-
utooa.uml cue basket Green Ginger. For sale by
Juno 14 J. A. BROWN.
INDIAN SPRING HOTEL,
i^. The Undersigned has again the pleasure
of informing his numerous frlendB, as
well os the public at largo, that ho is
yet at the Indian Bprlug Hotol, and is tally
prepared, with the assistance of bis sons and his
own experience or six years at the hotel, with the
best cooks that can be proourod, as woll as asBls*
tanco of all kinds, to ask of all those who visit the
Spring a gcuerous sharo or their patronage, intend
ing to 8]>are no pains of btmseirto mako all suoh as
please to give him a call comfortable. The Tndlau
Spring Hotel is uow open, and ready to receive all
those that will please to call. There wlU he at For
sythe Depot coaches and haeks ready to convey all
such as wlBh to go over.
. may23-3taw tsepl Proprietor.
*»* Savannah Republican, Morning News, and
Cbarleh ton Courier will pleaso Insert the above three
times each week until 1st September, and send their
bills for payment, EDW. VARNER.
ST. MAItYS’ HOTEL.
The above named House it now open for
the reception of Boardora and Travellers,
aud the undersigned promises to Bparo
neither pains or expense to make his pa
trons comfortable. His table will always be sup
plied with tho choicest that the market and the sur
rounding country aflbrdx—FreBh Fish, Oysters, Von-
isou, Wild Game, 4c. The House is large and airy,
and within a few yards of the lauding, on the beau
tiful river St. Marys, and is a desirable place for in
valids and others os a summer resort. The stage
leaves tho House three times a week for Woodstock
Mills, Ccntrovillage, and Trader’s Hill,*tnd the Sa-
vannaL boats touch going and coming, so that per
sons will not bo Inconvenienced, but con leave when
thoy desire. Prices will be madq to correspond with
first class country hotels.
THOMAS B. JONES
St. Marys, May 27, 1866. 8m my27
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
Fbr Palotka, East Fla., via Darien, Brunswick, St.
Marys, Ikntandina, Jacksonville, Middleburg,
(Black Creek,) and Picolata.
tm now an ti elegant stoampacket
£jggg}2flGST. JOHNS, Capt. James Freeborn,
leaves evory Saturday ranrnlug, ut 10 o’clock, for
the above places.
Freight will ho taken for Trader’s Hill nnd inter
medium landings on St Mary’s River.
$9* No freight will bo takon attar 9 o’clock.
For freight or passage, haviug excellent state*
room accommodations, apply on board, at tho Flori
da Stoampacket Wliarl, near tho Gas works, or to
apr21 CLAGHORN k CUNNINGHAM, Ag’ta.
FOR CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA
to>q Tho lino steuinpacket CAROLINA,
Ciipt&iu Coxettor, will luava hero
lonmoKsonviiie, Picolata uud Paiulka, every Tues
day attcruoon at 6 o’clock; returning, will leave lor
Charleston, overy Friday mornltig nt 9 o’clock.
For freight or passage upply on board, nt WUUnk’s
wharf, or to 51. A. COHRN, Agent.
June 14th, lB&O-ly
49* Freights payable ou the wharf.
kJ subscriber would iuvite tiic uttcutlou of all
iu waut or SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING, to
his stock which has just been received, at tho Star
Clothiug Emporium, 147 Bay street.
apr!6 WM. o. PRICE
‘ Chillis, Priiil &i Co.
• iJviugston, Ballard \ «
1 Win. M. Dodge .V Co
H. A. Curtis .u»•»
■* Husted k Cnrll.
• W. H. Lyon k Co.
• U*e, Murphy k Co.
1 Briggs, Wostcott k Co.
• I’auuan k Co.
• Geo. Savory 4 Co
LAUNDRIES. JUhT RECEIVED—
O 16 bags choice old Government Java and Rio
20 half chests Black aud Green Teas, loose
aud in quarter pouud packages.
10 hhds Light Muscovado flugnr;
10bbls R L 4 i> Stuart’s Crushed uud Clarified Su
10 bbls self rlslug Fluur,
26 bags Extra and BuperUuo Flour;
20 bbls Soda, Buttor and Maple Crackers;
60 boxes Beadel’s family Soup, Starch aud Caudles;
60 dox Pails aud Brooms;
100 doz Scrub Brushes, and Cotton aud Muuilla
10 gross Matches j
25 boxes ground Coffee and Pepper;
60 boxes Mustard aud Ycust Powders, Mase, Cinna
mon, Nutmegs, aud Cloves, and 19 cases tablo Salt,
tec., 4a. In store and for sulo by
jell Cor Broughton and Drayton sts.
I. P. BALLARD, ••
WM. M. DODGE, “
P. J. AVERY,
H. A. CURTIS,
WM. E. HOLLO,
S. T. LU’PINCOTT,
WM. A. HUSTE1),
WM. H. mVERSUlTH,
W. II. LYON,
GEO. CHAPMAN, “ 1
jos. h. WEsnxrrr, •
JOS. PATMAN, •• >-
STEPHEN VON MORES,
GEO. SAVORY, “
J. A. RKQIJA.
AI.ANSON MARSH, President.
CUAS. W. OGDEN, Vice ITcsipout.
WM. fi. R01J.0, Secretary.
tfST Thla Cuuipuuy will issue Policies ui>on Ma
rine, Inland Navigation, Transportation aud Firo
Risks, at liberal rules uf preAi|Um.
losses promptly uud liberally adjusted.
JAMKt M. CARTER, Ageut,
oot 81 Nta 85, Buy Street.
THE GREAT IViilSTEUN FU1E AND
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of No. 107 Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pam.
CHARTER PERPETUAL...... CAPITAL $500,000.
FlllS, MAUI.Mi, .VXD 1NUND I.VSUKANCB.
Cliarlos C. Latiirop, 632 Sjiruco street;
Alexander WlilUlen, Merchant, 14 North Front-st.:
John U. Hunter, firm of Wright. Hunter a Co.;
E. Tracy, lirm of Tracy k Baker;
John K. M’Curdy, firm of Juues, Whlto k M'C'urdy;
Isaac liazlehurst, Attorney aud Couuseltar;
James li. Hmlth, linn of Jntues B. Smith k Co.:
Theodore W. Baker, firm of Truey k Baker;
R. S. Walton. 8C9 .Marketstreet;
Thomas K. Limerick, 684 Spruce street;
John J. Baker, Goldsmith’s Hall
CHARLES C. LATIIROP, President
Titos. K. Limkhick, Secretary.
JAAIES M. CARTER, Agent,
juuo 16 No. 86 Bay street.
6941 prizes amounting to $60,990
Tickets $10—Halves $6—Quarters $2.60.
49** Prizes payable without deduction.
49* PurHous sondiug money by mall ueod not
lour its belug lost. Orders punctually attouded to.
Commuuluutions confidential. Bank uotes of ho uud
bunks tukeu ut par. Druwiugs sunt to ull ordering
AST Those wishing particular uumbers should
The 5,U(iu prizes of $8, are determined by tho
drawing of llio Capital of $7,600; If thu number that
draws the Capital U an uvuu number, tbo.su Tickets
umiing 9. 2, 4. 6, b, are entitled to $8; If uu odd
number those Tickets endlug with 1,3, 6, 7, U, aro
nutltled to $3.
Address JAMES F, WINTER, Jlumigcr,
jimeiT Macon, ua.
GKO. A. McCLESKKY, Agent,
BY BAIIKMAN & BULLOCH.
Farm nt Private Salo.
A vory desirable tract or laud, only three miles
from the city, comalulug about 80 acres, half of
which is cleared 4 under good and substantial fence.
The cleared land U a rich loomy soli, and well
adapted for garuculug purposes. There is a well of
most excellent water on thu premises aud all neces
sary out-huildittgs. negro, house.*, bsrus, 4c. Tho
balance of thu tiaot, ray 4u acres, is uncleared laud
and heavily limbered will: vuluubio timber, aud
Iho soil excellent. The locality W vory excellent;
notone case of sickness has occurred ou the prom
ises during the whole time the present proprietor
has owned it. This is a chance for .an investment
rarely to bo met with, and any person wishing a
quiet private residence near the city, or any person
desirous of golug Into too gardening buslucsa to
raise fruit and vegetables tar our murket, will find
tills thu pluuo to suit.
For terms, which will be very liberal, inquire «t
our counting room, 164 Bay street. Titles uudlsputu-
At Private stale.
Ono of tlie finest Hotel or bourding lioyse ser
vants in the State. Enquire at 164 Bay street
A negro woman, 22 years of age, a good plum
cook and field baud Warruutnd sound. Title un
At Private .Sale.
A negro man, aged 26 years, a first rate hoidlor
aud houso servant. Title undoubted. Jelli
At Private stale.
A very likely intelligent mulatto girl, aged 10
years, a first rule cook, washer and ironer, uud uu
excellent seamstress. Warranted aouud. Title uu
At Private Sale.
A very likely mulatto man, aged 24 yours, a Ursl
rato carpenter. Warranted sound. Title undoubt
At Prlvuto .’Side.
A very likely negro man, aged 22 yours, a good
Hold Imud. Warranted sound. Title undoubted.
At Privute Bale.
1700 bushels Rico, an excellent article tar stock
of ull kinds. Oali aud examine. Price 25 cent-; pur
Central Railroad, Planters’ Bank, uud Bunk of tho
State of Georgia, Stocks, for which a liberal price
will be paid. juuulu
Two good stores, under thu bluff, at Iho foot ol
Whitaker stroot. June 1»
Wuuted to I’urohoso
A convenient tnedlum-slzod house, iua centra i
location—ono fronting on u squurc would be prclet
red—for sucli uu one u liberal prico would be given.
At Private Sale.
Thirty eligible building Lota, 66 foot frout by 100
to 124 feet deep, situuted ou Taylor, Gordon uud
Gastou streets. These lots aro ou high giound aud
sumo of them lu tho immediate neighborhood of the
lot selected for tho situ of tho tavuuuuh, Albany
aud Gulf Railroad Depot. Terms same us city tut ,
viz : oue-llftli cash, ttie balance bearing intomd at
six per cent. JuutlO
Ct L'UAR, 4o,—76 bbls uud 19 hhds A, li uud C
O Sugars; 16 hhds Molasses; 26 do Bacon Sides
aud Slmuldura; received aud tar sale by
MoMAHON & EOYl.ll,
itiuclO 296 uud 297 Buy street.
JjRlilE YELLOW CORN. -In store and lor
B aL'ON AND LitltD.— 60 hhds, prime Bacou
Sides ; 89 hhds. primo Bacou Shoulders ; 20
bbls. prime Baltimore Leal' Lara. Landtag, uud
lor sulo by SCRANTON JOHNSTON 4 CO.
JB Shoulders; 20 casks choice canvassed Hums
iu do Tmuossee do; just received and tor sale
Juno24 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON k CO.
L iverpool salt.—4do sacks, teii to the
iou, binding irom ship Eli Whltuoy, uud for
marl-0 PADLKORD, FAY k CO.
M agazines iou june—Putnam’s Monthly;
Ballou’s Dollur Monthly; Graham's Magaziue;
Artnur’s Homo Jiagazluo; Godoy’s Lady’s Book;
Hurper’s New Monthly, aud Dickon's Houseliuld
Words, received und for sale by
WARNOCK & DA Via,
juuo 8 169 Cougress street.
P ~ lllME KENTUCKV HAffS^NeaUyWm-
mod uud for sale to dose cousignmcut.
may 17 YOUNG jjgWYATT.
B AGuINU —too baios heavy Gunny Bagging, re
ceived aud tar sale by
juuo 4 HOLCOMBE. JOHNSON k CO.
D OM1BTIO LIQUORS—
60 bbls EPholp’Ryo Gin,
B LOOMS, 4C—60 doxen two ply Brooms; 69 do
three ply do; 60 do P»U»; 76 do Washboards
Just rocoived and for sale by
MoMAHON k DOYLE,
JuuelO 206 and 207 Bay stroot.
wAtchbm-^ Watcher, watche a.
fSB, We are receiving the London Lever
IrTSk Watches, of the most colebrated makers. In
M* MQold and Sliver cases. R. F. Cooper’s Du-
SilBplex Watches, Watches for liming Horses,
fine Swiss Chronometers, which we offer at reasona
ble prices, at our new store in Gibbons’ Range.
■opt28 D. H NICHOLS 4 00.
NKW TfS STORMS AND SHBET-IROlt
141 south or MiRxrr squau. uyu btuott.
I would inform my old frlendti and patrons
jS91 have opened the above storo to conduct the
h/m Btoro, Tin and Sheet-Iron Business In all Its
^KSvarious forms, and where will be found a gen
eral aHbrtment of Stovoe, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware,
which I will bo pleased to show, and at such price
as will satisfy any one wishing to purchase.
All kinds of Roofing, Gutters of Lead, Galvanized
iron Work or every description, Job Work and Re
pairing executed with dispatch, old Stoves put up
ud Pipes furnished at short notice.
Tin Ware at wholesale and retail. Call down on
Bryan street, it will peggou for your walk.
DURL WATE1L—I f you wont the linest drink-
X ing water in the world call aud purohaso one of
Kedile’s Patent Water Fitter*,
Uio article mentioned lu Water Commissioners’ last
Report, which wo warruut to purify tho Savannah
River Wator perfectly—an indlspensablo article for
puntation use. KENNEDY 4 BEACH,
|an24 only Agents for their sale in Savannah.
D ICKER’S HOUSEHOIJJ WORDS, tar June, re
ceived aud for salo by
WARNOCK k DAVIS,
June 4 16 Congress stroot
B UTTER AND CHEESE—26 tubs and 10 kegs
choice now Goshen Butter: 26 boxes Choose;
received per steamer and for sale by
June24 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON 4 CO.
AIID AND HERRINGS—
20 bbls Prime White Leaf Lard;
60 boxes Primo Herrings,
landing and for salo by
maylfi SCRANTON, JOHNSTON 4 00.
INDIAN 8FKINUS, OXOKflU.
BRYAN W. COLLIER
■ Rospectfully announces that tho above
House will be opened for the reception of
guosta, on tho 20th instant. He has boeu
fortunate in securing the services or Mr.
rUQn, well known to the public as tho
keopor of tho Nlnoty Mile House on the Central
Railroad, to assist in the superintendence or tho
Molntosh House during the season. A band of mu
sic bus also boon secured. Stages will bo in readi
ness at Forsyth, on the arrival of trains, to convey
uossongora with comfort and dispatch to the houso.
No pains wlU bo spared to make guests as comfort
able as possible, and a more than usually brilliant
season is confidently anticipated. tlA—June 6
25 bbls N. E. Rum,
60 “ Luther Felton’s Rum,
26 “ Domestic Brandy,
60 “ Old P k H Couueotlcut River Gin,
60 « N. 0. Whisky,
Just received and ibr sale by
my23 SORANTON, JOHNSTON 4 CO.
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMP’Y,
No. 11 Pine street, New York,
(BETWEEN BROADWAY AND NASSAU STREET.)
mills Company Insures against io3s or damage by
X Fire, on the most reasonable terms, dwelling
houses and furniture, warehouses, stores aud mer
chandise, factories, amps In port, etc.
All losses will bo adjusted und promptly paid.
D. S. MILLS. President,
0. BROOM, Vico President.
Enw’n C. Taylor, Secretary,
Gko. B. Dkank, Surveyor.
JAMES M. CARTER, Ageut,
juuo 17 for Savaunuh, 86 Bay street.
I J. MAURICE, Agent.
ILLUSTRATED Now Montby, No 1, vol I. for July.
A Jovotcd to Tales, Romanoos, Illustrations, Art
andOonornl IJteraluro, each number beautifully
ombelliHhod in the Unsst stylo of wood illustrations.
tails of oomno*:
Ltnt Jewola, Alice, Tba Falls of Unnshaha, Stays
aud Slippers, Time’s Changes, Lovo in '70, Eureka,
The fihady Side, Nellie's Illusions, Th* Bummsr Va
cation, a Story of Two Lives, The Disappointed
Husband, Tho Malden's Conrtsslon, Things We Talk
u.. a “^ crl ^“ n .Prl?« II W per year, In advance,
“pocimens of the above may be seen at the Book-
•toreof WARNOCK 4 DAVIS,
iy* 160 Congress streot.
Halibut and Balmon in lib end 2 lbs
Dsns, au excellent article for Summer use, for
;*«">» J. D. JESSE.
t-l AVANA 8EGARS—30^000' choice Havana
Pt^i 8e ** r S7^°? ch *»i La Esmeralda, El Orysol,
R* 0 Hondo, Captain Alchorn, La Uol,
•jwn Smith, and various other brands, Imported dl-
1 *% Md f°r "Meat the lowest oash prices.
J. A. BROWN.
D RESS TRIMMINGS.—Fringes, black and
colored MolroAntiquo Gauze, and other stylos,
in great variety, and for sale by
mar 7 AIKIN 4 BIJRNS^
C OTTON U MBftKLLAS—A largo Bupply of w hoof-
top whalebone framo Gingham umbrellas, all
sizes, received and for salo by
june 0 LADSON k ROGERS.
S UGARS—10 hhds cliolco Porto Rico Sugars: 16
do Fair do; 15 do Fair nnd 10 do Cbolco Now
Orleans Sugar; Just rccoivod and for salo by
Jtmo24 SORANTON, JOHNSTON 4 00.
M olasses and rofe--
100 barrels Now OrleniiB Molasses;
300 colls und imlf colls “Louisiana Manufac
turing Company” Ropo. Landing por brig Ixiuisa
Sears from New Orleans, and for salo by
my28 HOI.COMUE, JOHNW)N 4 (X>
S ILK. PARASOLS—A new supply or lUose beauti
ful Silk ParaHols have Just been rccoivod and
are tar Halo by
JunoO LADSON 4 ROGERS.
S ' ALt—8000 sacks Liverpool Salt; 10,000 buBhela
Turks’ Island do; for sale by
June20 WEBSTER 4 PALMES.
C OFFEE.—160 bags prime Greon Hlo Coffee
100 bags fair do do do
60 mats old Govornmout JavaCoffeo
26 bags old Maracaiba do
60 do primo Lsguira do
60 do do Porto Rico do
26 do do old Rio do
Iu storo and tar buIo by
Jy4 SCRANTON. JOHNSTON k CO.
1000 Reams Wrapping paper.
100 bales Twine;
200 dos Scrubbing und Shoe
60 M imported 8panUh Sogars;
260 boxes Tobacco, various brands;
160 sacks Rio Co!Toe;
76 mat* Java Coffee;
100 dos Brooms;
60 dos Washboards;
60 Covered Baskets;
160 boxes Family Soap;
160 do Pale Soap;
76 do No. 1 Soap;
600 Gross Matches;
60 half ohosts Young Hyson Tea;
60 do do Oolong do:
100 boxes Candy:
60 boxes Scaled Honings;
76 boxoa Frssh Ground Ooffes;
100 boxes imported Castile Soap;
100 boxes ToUet Soap;
60 w, and whole boxes Raisins;
Rocoived and tar sale by
MCMAHON 4 DOYLE,
may14 206 and 208 Bay streot.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
oot 20—ly -
“ David a. Wilds,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in tho counties of Hancock, Warren,
Washington, and Baldwin.
Rovksncxs—Behn 4 Fostor, Rabun 4 Smith, and
E. A. Soullard. Savannah. jane
R. B. HILTON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW*
Offlco corner of Bay and Draytou-sts.
BAT AMR AH, OA.
“ HENRY WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 8, Drayton Streot, Savannah, Georgia.
, WM. J. HUNT,
tor. Monturoiiicry AYoTit. sts<
L> ESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies and
JLU Gentlemen of this City that ho is prepared to
servo them every evening with
Ice Cream, Cakes & Confectionery,
In his own peculiar style, and hopes to merit a sharo
of public pntronngo,
Savunuuh, 17th April, 1860. 3m aprl7
' TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
I \ANIEL CRONIN Upholster, 20 Bryun-st.
XJ would rospectfully auuounou to tho citfzous oi
Savannah that he is ready to mako and put down
Carpets. OU Cloth, Mattiug, 4c., at tho shortest uo-
ico, und ou tho mo3t reasonable terms. oct3-tl
/-'(ORN—1000 bushels prime Com in store and
Ibr sale by
dee 30 o A
mHE SUBSCRIBER la prepared to execute
X at the shortest notice, aud in tho most work
manlike mannor, all kinds of Metal Roofing, Gutters,
Cornice, or othor work connected with tho manufac
turing or ropairing of Ooppor, Galvanisod Iron, 7Jno,
or Sheotlron Business.
oct18 160 Broughton stj
/-tUllNUD BEEF, H(11'OSK, bO.
Just rocoived 10 half barrels Fulton market
Corned Beef; 10 barrels and ball' barrols Pig Pork-
Hams, Bides and Shoulders; 10 barrels extra No 1
Mackerel; 1 do No 2 Maokorol; 6 do Herrings; 2
drums Ood Fish, and56 barrols Smoked Herrings,
In storo aud tar sale by
jail DAVID O’OONNKR.
3 AAA POUNDS BALTIMORE BACON, it
»UUU store and for salo^b^^^
June20 corner WUitakerland Charlton -sta.
■I AAA POUNDS choice Baltimore Shoulders;
iUUU and 1200 do do Sides;
100 choleo sugar-cured Hams, iu bags;
600 pounds choico Tonnesseo Hams;
16 barrols choico Leal' Lard:
10 tierces extra whole Rice; 0 do rah' do;
20 boxes Family Soap; 10 do steam pale do; 10
do No 1 do; 7 woman’s friend do; 6 chemical do;
16 boxes T&llow Candles; 10 do adamantluo do;
10 do poarl sperm do;
10 boxes A, B and C Sugar;
12 bags good Rio Ooffeo;
7 pockets old govornmout Java Coffee.
AU the above for sale tow by
June 7 J- A. BROWN,
A HOMESTEAD FOR $10!
gAOON—10 casks prime Sldos, Just rccoivod and
tar salo by
CRANE, WELLS 4 00,
iLOUR.—20 sacks superfine Four, 130 do fine do
37 bbls superfine Flour, tor isleby
1 WILLIAM LYNN, 87 Bay street.
F LOUR.—20 bbls Extra Canal Flour
60 bbls Baltimore do
76 bags Extra Gaorgla do
60 do Superfine do do. Just recolv*
vod and tor sale by . ^
yO SCRANTON, JOHNSTON 4 00.
to bo divided amongst 10.200 subscribers on tho
17th of Soptembor, I860,' for tho benefit of Port
Royal Femalo Academy. Subscriptions only ten
dollars each—oue-half down, tho rest on tho deliv
ery of the deed. Every subscriber will get a Build
ing Lot or Farm, rauging iu value from $10 to
$26,000. Those Farms aud I*its aro sold bo cheap
to Induce sottlements, a sufficient number being re
served, tho Increase in the value of which will
compensate tor the apparent low prico uow asked.
Th* most ample socurlty will bo given tar tho
falthtal performance or contracts nnd promises.
More Agents aro wanted to obtain subscribers, to
whom tho most liberal inducements will bo given.
Borne Agents writo that they aro maklug $200 per
month. Advertising will bo done for overy Agent
wherOspoBBiblc. For tall particulars, subscrip
tions, Agonoles, 4c., apply to
’ E. BABDEB,
Je24—d&vrlm Port Royal, Carolino Co., Ya.
^JAR8HALL~4 SON’S Colobrated Pig Hams, Pig
Shoulders, and Pig Bacon.
Smoked Tongues and Fresh 8r
por Alabama, by
Also soma now
1 CE C RE AMI
NEW CONFECTIONARY STORE
No. OS Bryan Street.
TWO DOOMS AUOVK M«. GIUFFBN’8 JKWKLRY 8TOKK.
rnilEundersigucd respectfully informs the La-
X dies ol'Savauuuh in particular, und tho public
gouorully, that ho has this day opened a uow Coul'ec-
tiunury Storo, und will keep ou baud a large and
resh assortment, of all kinds aud discretions.
Ho will utall limes uud hours, be roady tofuruish
parties, with suppers.
Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, at all hours,
Ornamented Cakes, Pies, &c. &«., i.iade to order.
Ho hopes from long experience lo give satisfaction
to all who will honor him with tholr patronage.
H. B. BUZEOLA.No. 28 BryanS
MACHINERY AND IRON RAILING
MANUFACTORY AND AGENCY.
ST. JULIAN STREET, 8AVAANNAH, OA.
(Ncur the Market.)
li^RO&l the most complete facilities in his own
X establishment, aud through his connections
withaoverul Uf tho principal luunufaeturng estab
lishments of Philadelphia, Now York, uid Boston,
the Uudersigued is prepared to luruiush MAClilN
ERY, PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, PORTABLE
SAW, GRIST AND FLOUR MILLS, CAST AND
WROUGHT IRON RAILING, STATUETTES, STORE
FRONTS. Columns, Window Sills and Liutils, lrou
Doors, Shutters, 4c., at Northcmprict*, He is also
prepared to repair Machlucry aud lrou work of every
description, at short notice, upou reasonable turws.
As agent lor BAIRD’S PHILADELPHIA MARBLE
WORKS, ho is also prepared to exhibit u great varie
ty of designs tar MONUMENT'S, 'TOMB STONES, Ao.
Also lrou Kuiling in great variety, for enclosures,
and to receive orders, and put up tno work at man-
taoturors’ prices. li. U. L1NVILLE.
Savannah, April 11.1866. aprll
THE URBAT SUVTHKHN KKJ1EUV !
I T is u sure uud speedy cure for bums, piles,
corns, felons, lever sores, ulcers, scald head,
tetter worm, sore nipples, (recommended by mu
ses,) sore uud eruekud lips, (rush wuuuds uuu sores
of any dosuriptiou. It is a most valuable remedy
aud cure, wldeh cun be testified to by thousands
who have used it lu uiuuy portions of the South lor
Uie last few years, lu Uu instance will the salve do
any lujury, or interfere with a physician’s prescrip
tion. The proprietor has numerous certificates uud
lutturs from people who have used it themselves,
aud most eurncslly recommend it to others as u
speedy aud ccrtuiu remedy for tho above named
diseases. A (rial is all that is ueeessary for its own
Among tho many that have testified to the effica
cy of this valuable remedy, und recomraoudcd it to
the public, are Dr U A T Ridley, Judge E Y Hill,
Judgo 0 A Bull, H J Morgan,Esq, J 1. htophens, Esq,
and thousuuds of others.
Sold by J BMoore.Savanuah, Ua; J K Hall, Amur-
icus, Ua; Clark & l\olls, Augusta, Ua; Mciiccsou,
Robins 4 Co, New York; and druggists generally.
49- Uy remitting ono dollar to me proprietor u
Bingio box of the ointment will be forwurded by
mail, tree of postagu, to any purt of tho U States.
Sold by J. B. MOORE, Suvuuuuh, 9a., and drug
gists generally. V. J. MOORE, Proprietor,
maylfi UU range, ua.
i\ J ACOBS,
SEUAll AND TOBACCO STORE.
No. 20, Bull street, (sigu of the Big lndiau.)
N. B.—Keeps cuustautly ou baud .Spuuiab, Hull
Wpouisb, aud Americun Eeguru, at wholesale uud re
al!. Also, Chew lug Tobacco, bn ull’, 4c. juuo 1
jjjjjjjg ju l .„unuv,
lnsurawu livoker and Notovy Public.
Muriuu Protests Noted aud Kxleuded, Averagej
adjusted, Charier Purtiesaud Average Bonds drawus
Papers preparod whoreby to recover losses irom
American or British Underwriters, uud ultcutiou
glvcu to ail mutters couuected with sblppiug uud lit-
suruuee, No. 118 Bay-street, opposite the frout oi
thu Custom House. ly uov 8
B read, matches 4 lemon syrup—
60 bbls Sugar, Soda, and Butter Buiscuit;
26 boxes do do do do.
160 gross Matches, round boxes.
76 boxes Leraou Syrup. Received aud for
sale by MuMAHoN 4 DOYLE,
Jell Nos. 206 4 207 Bay streot.
\ BBLS of Mercer and early June Potatoes
J receleved per steamer Augusta, aud tar sulo
by mayl6 J. D. JESSE.
Hi JL EJ © SlfJi.MilFo
Every man hi* own Cunt Piiiiti-r.
C l ALL AND EXAMINE CHAMBERLAIN^
J l’uteui Eclipse liuud Stump, tliu bust, cheapest
aud moslconveuluutofuuy thlug for thu purpose
yet offered for sale.
ALFRED WEBSTER, Gou. Agl.
apr 8 ly 1.36 Cougross st.
TYTEW GOSHEN BUIl’ER AND CHEESE—15 tubs
J^l uud lu kegs choico new Goshen Butter; 20
oxes Goshen Cheese, landing from steamor aud for
le by SCRANTON, JOHNSTON 4 CO.
B LACK FroncU Bombuzluo, Black Alpacus,
Black Luma Cloth, Bluck Mohair, Black Cballlo,
Black French Lawn, Black and Whlto French Mus
lin, and a lino assortment or Striped and Plaid Black
aud While Giughams and CalicocB, Plain aud Striped
Black Sowing Silks, and Gronadiucs, Baregound
Tissues, Plain and Figured Black Silks, tar summer
collars und sleeves, of tho latest patents. For salo
by [Jel2] A1KIN 4 BURNS.
HtlNT’H 1MPKUV1SU SKlVWiU MACUIMUS.
ESIGNED Expressly tar making Bugs—aim
X/ which Is decidedly superior to auy other
muubiue for that purpose. Siioul or skein thread
eau he usod of auy desired leugth, uud which will
uotuccdto he chauged until thu wholu is used.
Bag mauaulacturers, Grulu’aud Flour merclmuts ui e
particularly iuvited lo cull uud cxuutme it ut 156 Cuu
May26. ALFRED WEBSTEK,Guu. Agl,
IMPROVED SHUTTLE HEWING MACHINE.
D ESIGNED for Families, piuutatious, Dress ma
kers, Tailors, Boot 4 Shoo manufacturers uud
ethers who may wish to do their own sowiug cheap
ly and with expedition, This machiuo sows u uni
form Btltch with both sides alike, uud which will not
ravel. It Is moro simple, Is lesu liable to gel out of
order, aud costa loss lu proiwrtion thou auy other
mochlno, and Is warranted to he perfect, uud lo work
woll. All apparatus uuectBory for eouveuieut use Is
tarnlshod with it, and auy iustruetieu will ho givcu
that will be uecessary to cusure to the purchaser
its successful operation and durability.
Tho publio aro respectfully iuvited to call and ex.
amino them at 136 Congress fit.
ALFRED WEBSTER. Gen. Agt.
__9» A vory ueut and omamoutal lrou Table
will now ho given with a machine tar a small sum
in addition to tho regular price. May 26.
S OAP, CANDLES, 4c.—100 boxoB Buchan 4
Smith’s family Soap; 100 do Colgate’s No 1 aud
H Bar do; 60 do do Palo do; 75 do Beadel’s Tallow
Candles; 50 doAdamautino do, Star Brand; 60 do
ColRato’8 aud Oswego Pearl Starch; for salo by
]une24 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON 4 00.
F LOUR—leu saokH Suporfiue Flour, tar salo by
June27—3t 87 Bay street.
EATSFOOT OIL, of tho host quality constantly
for sale low by CHAFFER 4 CO.,
mayl& 6 Whitaker street.
HOW IS H COTTON HARVESTER.
PATENTED DEC.,.4, 1866.
miHS improvement onabics oho field hand to pick
X as much cotton as five can pick by the old
method and having the cotton free from trash, and
in better condition tar ginuffig.
Tho above machines aro for salo at 136 Congress
street Savannah, and 125 Meeting street, Charles
ton, 8. C. All orders from abroud will receive
prompt attention. Planters, Factors, t'ottou Brokers,
and all interested uro respectfully iuvited to cull
and examluo them. County Rights cuu be bought uu
May, 26. ALFRED WEBSTER.
C ORN.—10,000 bus hois Tcuhessco CorhTu store
aud for sulo low by
SILVER WARE, CUTLERY', die.
W E havo Just received a now stock of Silver
Spoons, Butter Kuives. Balt Collars, Fish.
Pio, Cuke and Ico Cream Kuives; also, titeul and
Plated ou Steel Tablo Cutlerv, Carvers, Ice Pitchers,
Bread Knives, Plated and Parieu Butter Stands, bo-
Hide. 1 : a quantity of usefril articles too uutuoruus to
mention. 1). B. NICHOLS ft CO.
A Consiguco for 10 tubs of Butter, marked J. F. 4
1)., landed per steamshipKuoxville from New
' k, [JoP] PADELFORD, FAY 4 00,
TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES.
140 coxaKRw and 67 st. JOUKN-sntrers.
mHE Subscriber has received, and will open
X this day, tho largest and mostoxtenslvo variety
oiWlNDOW SHADES over offered in this city. It is
Uio iutentlou of tho advertiser to koop constantly in
storo a .largo supply of all tho various patterns nnd
stylos manufactured by tho manufacturers ot this
country aud of France, to which Uio attention ofmor-
chauta aud families lu tho city aud country, is in-
vitod. They will bo sold at wholesale and retail, at
satisfactory prices. W II. GUION, Ageut.
CJl - -
Bugur; 60 do Crashed uud Powdered do. JAind'
lug and for Halo by
mnyl6 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON 4 (X).
N O. MOLASSES, lauding from uchooner
• Abby Francis, and for salo by
doo 37 IDOKKTT 4 HNKIJJNGt _
S TUART’S SUGAR.—30 bbls Stuart’s Crashed Su
20 bbls Stuart’s Powdered Sugar
60 do do A Clarified da
60 Uo do B do do
60 do do 0 do - do
Just received aud for salo by
Jy4 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON k 00.
• NEW ROOKS.
f 'i ODEY’S LADY’S BOOK, for July; Arthur’s
XX Homo Magazine, for July; PetcrHon’g Month
ly Magazine, for July: Harper’s Now Monthly Mag
aziue, for July; aud, Graham’s Illustrated Monthly,
Tho History of Europe, from tho fall of Napolcou
to tho accession of Louis Napoleon, in two volumes,
by Sir Archibald Alison, a new supply.
Hertlia, by Fredrlka Bremer, translated by Mary
Tho Ship Carpontor’s Wife, a story ibr the times,
by W E 8 Whitman.
Tho Tangletown Letters, odited by tho author of
Records of tho Uubbietou Parish, 4c.
Balud for tliu Social, by tho uuthor oritalaU for tho
Comic Miseries of Human Lift).
Plu-rl-bus-tah, a song that’s by no author.
For 8alu at 160 Congress street, by
Juno28 WARNOCK 4 DAVIS.
A LE AND PORTER.—26 bbls Summor Stock Ale,
20 casks Byass’ I/mdou Portor, pints, Just re
ceived and tar sale by
KANTON, JOHNSTON 4 CO.
S ILVER AND GOLD PLATING con now bo dono
at borne. Mr. CHARLES KEM1SH having es
tablished himself permanently, all work iu this lino
will bo done with dispatch. Alt repairing ofCastors,
Teapots, Candlesticks, Spoons, Forks, or any othor
arllclo will bo done neatly before plating. All old
silver pinto, such as Teasotts or Urns, Forks or
Spoons, will be ro-fiulsbed and made equal to now,
aud at moderate prices. All work or orders left at
my storo will bo attended lo promptly.
P, a—Watch coses galvanized,
Uiay27 <1. M. GRIFFIN.
fjWBSTPXna AND N^AaHBbAftliB.—20 "uosta
X painted, aud 16 do cedar Tubs, 26dozen Palls;
20 do zinc, aud 16 do wood Washboards; junt ro-
coived and for sale by
mcmahon 4 doylk,
June20 *.tlaud 207 Bay street.
L ADIfcS SMALL UMBRELLAS.—Ladies' small
Blze Silk Umbrellas, from 18 to 24 lnohes. Re
ceived aud tar salo by
J. W. THRELKEI.D,
Jel2 Congress and Whitaker streute
S KttAHB—169,009 Begara, various.brands
80.000 Spanish Chorootijtor sale by
Jyl7 WtolKR k PALMES.
YOUNG 4 WYATT.
"COLOUR AND BACON—600 sacks Flour ; 10,000
X lbs Bucou, in store and for sale by
Je2—tf YOUNG 4 WYATT.
lYALTlMOREFLOUR—100 bbls superllno Bulti-
JJmoro Flour landing per echr Wouilbridgo, and
for solo by
Jol SCRANTON, JOHNSTON 4 CO.
K1TNKD AND CLARIFIED SUUAHB—
60 bbls Stuart’s A Crashed Sugar,
Just received aud for sale by
Jol SCRANTON, JOHNSTON 4 CO.
26 bbs Old Muuougahola Whisky,
60 «* Double Distilled “
Just rocoived and for sale by
my23 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON 4 CO.
rpHE Law of Landlord and Tenant By J.
JL Smith, with Notes of American cases by V. P.
Bauvier’s Law Dictionary, last cditlou.
Bauvier’s IuRtitutos American Ijiw.
Nollgan’s Atlas of Cutaneous Diseases, with color
ed plates, 4to.
Brown on some Diseases ol Wonieu admitting of
Flint on Diseases of the Respiratory Urguua.
Budd ou Diseases of tho Stomach,
Sketches amt Adventures in Madeira, Portugal
Italian Sights and Principles. By Jarvis, with
Physiology uud Callsthouics. By Catherine E.
Railway and Steamship Guido, with maps.
Ireland iu ’oa aud ’48; its Kevolutiousry History.
By J. Savage.
Nutionai System of Political Kcouotny. From the
German, of List.
aprlO W, THORNE WILLIAMS.
fliHE ATTENTION of strangers visiting the
X city aud the public generally, is invitedlo au
examination or our stock of Spring aud Summer
Goods, which tar variety and style is uot to he ex-
colled in this city.
apr28 AIKIN 4 BURNS.
f7K CA8KH Bacon, Hams, Hides and Should
I O <*— —
dors, Just received and lor sale by