■SW B» rtflMii.
. hum OODHTt—T«a«ta«U Mr
\v oonccre: Where**, Joh« P, P'— —
aiilioCtami* onlmarj lofloture <
n!nUlr*U« M Um MU. of 4mm*
* Aiarau warren, ImuHtuT
Ibltorfor Oo»rf re ClmUiam ('why, In
MlhM H. IlshU Ann n.IWull ami Jatm-i J.
i,"t. 0* Carl. Proparty jwiutcl out by
^"'"gOWARII U. PHEXPFJWAST.'
jniy k Miorlirc. 0.8. ^
rmr STATKOirofeoUaiA, ‘
/CHATHAM COUNTS—To all whom it may
\_#oooceni: Who itMjonn \UUcry ,wlU npplytoUio
Court of Ordinary lor Utters lHsmtsoryM admlnU
Iratioa an the Esulo of William Wrl^lit the-o ore,
Utafruore. to cllo ami aammibli all whom ll may
ooooarn. to l>o ami aptn-ar before tala Court, to
■oke offioclfeu (if any iney have) on or bofore tbo
•m Moudav In aVoveroiHT uext, olhwlso said Let-
' tera wiU bo fronted. •
WlUtoas. jnnii Bilbo, fc*<>, Ordinary for Chatham
OBUBtf* U>U e.gbtday <>T April I860.
-oilN II1LBO, o. c. o.
atATfiOF (lEliltUIA, CHATHAM CO.
T ) all whom it may concern: Whereas Mary Ann
Peat will apply at tlio Court of Ordinary for lei*
tors Aunlssorv on the e>tat.» of James I 1 , ivnt,—
Those arc t heretoiu to ate and admonish nil whom
It mar concern, to ho amt m»iv.u before said Court,
to mane objections (if auv they have) on or beloro
the lint Momlav in becemoer next, otherwise said
lettera will bo framed.
Witness John ltd bo, Ksq., Ordinary for Chatham
Oouniy, IDU third day of Juno, 1S5L
J* ..U11N BILBO, O.C.C.
C HATHAM • •*»NTY.--lh all whom It may com
earn: wIvh-hm, Patrick Ryan will apply at tho
mart «Ordinary lor l iters of ndmiufetruilon on
the estate of DmiiM CoUtus:
Thcoo are. therefore, to cite and admonish all
Whom n mav cmwatu, to be ami ap|*ear before void
Court to make ••omvikui (if any they have) on or be-
tore tne Urst Mireutay in August next, otherwise paid
latter* will be rrantixl.
WUuos*. John H.ibo, Esq., Ordinary Tor Chatham
County, mis twooty third day-or June, ISM.
June » JOHN BILBO, u. c. c.
t1 — BTATK of oeoruTa,
S UUiUCH CuUNl V —To all wtiuui U may cot:-
earn : Whereas, Apo Johnson will apply at the
riot Ordinary Tor »aiu county, tor letter* of ad*
ministration. with tbo will annexed, on tLu estate
Of Harr Williams, lale of raid county, decl ared:
Those arm therefore, to rite and aJ:i.oa:.d» all
whom rt tnatr concern, to t>« and appear beluro said
Court to tnnkp objection (if any they haw) on or
botore the llrst Monday m August next, otherwise
■aid letters will be granted.
Witness, William Lee, Esq., Ordinary lor Bulloch
county, tne 2otU d&y id June V'A.
JuawTJ WILLIAM LEE, o. «,
) on or bo*
Mid letters will be gran tod.
Witness. John Bilbo, Km. Ordinary tor Chatham
county, this fourth day or June. i860.
Juno <1 JOHN BILBO, 0.0.0.
PURSUANT to an order of tho Honorable tbo
JL Court of Ordinary or Chatham County, paued
Juno torrn, 1861. will bo sold, o- tho first Tuesday
In August next, before the Court House door in antd
county of Chatham, between tbo legal hours of rale,
tho tottoV ‘ * “ ‘ **—“
Spring 11., ... ,
Street; also tho tolkmtng negro slaves: Jack, Peter,
AlcxamloramlHarah. Bold as the property oT the
o.<utet>r Samuel Griffin, lace of said county, deceased,
tor the benefit of the heirs and creditors «C said ca*
late. RICHARD WAYNK,
Administrator do bonis non, on
jc4 Kfilalo of Samuel Grinin,
' GEORGIA, t-MA-rnA^l COUNTY.
O N the first Monday in August next, 1 will apply
to tho Ordinary or Chatham county tor leave
to sell the negro slaves beougiug to the estate of
Clara A- Ogillmy, deceased, tor tho benefit of tho
heirs and credit ws of said estate.
Juno 4 JAMBS A. LaKOCHK, Adm’r.
iy <n umiinin, uctween tno logoi naurs 01 me,
olio wing property, to wit.: Lou Non. three (3)
tour (4). being partoTGardou lot No. nine (V).
ug llili, City of Savannah, Irontlugiou Railroad
UKUKU1A, IglllffiltTh' CUCATX.
flK> all whom It may concern: Whereas, Mrs Sa*
B ran J Jones. Aduimt-tr.ur x up >n the e-utotf
Jama* M Jones, lato of Libia tv comity, deceased,
will apply to tho Court ot Ordinary of said euviuty
tor (suers disfnl3-‘ftrv
Thentiaro tuereforo to cite and aduiouuh ail whom
It mar concern, 10 bo amt at p.*ar before said court,
to maae offiocUous, tf auy they have, in terms of
the law. otnerwlso said totters will be granted
Witness, W P Garldeuu, Ordluury lor Liberty
county, tnts 10th of January, i860.
Jr HU-2 W. P. cm IDEAL’, o. t.. c.
C1TATE UK UEUKUl A—BULLOCH CU„ May truth,
jj ISAtl—Two months alter date application will
bo tnaua to thrt Houorablu 0>>urt of Ordinary of said
Ooanw tor leavu to sell all the lauds belonging to
the estate i f Micltac-I Doualdaon, deeeaicd. tor the
beneht of tho heirs und ci editors and said deceased.
myvs-Sw JOHN K. Glllso.V, Adm'r.
NT ATE OF GEORGIA
DCLLOCH COUNTY.—To all whom it may con*
ll cent: whereas, JotUh D.-.vis will apply at the
Court ot Ordinary tor letters of administration on
the estate of Henry isavtJ, late of stdd county, do
Thus* are. meretoro. to rite and admonish all
whom it tn-\v concoru, to t>e and appear before naid
Court. 10 inane objection (if any they have) 011 ur
before tno fifpt Monday in August next, otiicrtvis*
said loiters will bo grouted.
Witnesa, william Lee, Mq., Ordinary tor Bulloch
coantv. tula JflUt day of Juno. 185C.
Jure‘29 WILLIAM LF.E. o. r. c.
STATE OF BKORG1A,
B ULLOCH county.—To ail whom it may com
corn : Whereas, General E ilikell, will apply
u mo tonrt of Ordinary lor letters of administration
with tuo will annexed, on tb,* csUtool Martha
Groover, tavo of *Sl l county, do:eased *
Theso are, tliereforo, to vno ami tnlmonUt nil
whom tt utav concern, to bo unit appear before said
. Court to maun objection (tf any they have) ou or
beforn tno drat Monday in September nest, other
wise sorn Kitten; wtd be granted.
Witness. William Lie, hHt|., Ordinary tor Bulloch
county, tnm 21st day of duty.
GEORGIA, CAMLlv-, tint.,, x.
mwo JUU.NTILS lifter oati. app icatioti will be
X mnua to llm Honornb.o ivmrt of Ordinary lor
Sold county, for leave to soil llm follotviug named
negroes: nose and her tnreo diildn-n, Ireu»% .Mi
nis and ,»>«: belonging toUifio.-t.aoof j*ou:-aTomp
kins, deceased, lor the bcuoUt of .-aid heirs.
W1LUAM 1). 1 HUM a A Guardian.
Jefferson ton. June 10, lt64. June 30
GGY.VW SHERIFF'S HALE.
W lLt. f»« fold before Ute Court llotu:-} lu tiro city
ot Hritiinwii-k, county of Ulvnn, on tho ilui
Tuesday iu Auiru-it next, between tlio icpnl hours of
Mle, the toiiowing property, to wit: one lot or parcel
of land situate, lying und beiug iu the uiy of Bruns
wick, iuum county of Glynn, .-i.aeof ou., known
and(lixUiiKuiHtind in tbop!on orsai-lcity u<Old Town
Lot, numoer two hundred and fi:ty-ihrce, and tho
improveuiuutg thereon; levied ou by virtue of a U
fa Idsuoa out of the City Court of ."'avnnuuah, lu tho
ootutty 01 Ghath.iia, in favor of Benjamin c Prank-
tin vs Charles K Flanders. Property iK/mted out
JyT wi.-O. ». WTOOHT, h. o. c.
maue v> tho .Suuo Bank or Georgia, tor jwy
meat or a twenty dollar lull, tho left hand hall of
which bos been lost.
JuUi JOHN ]). KENEDY.
Midway, Alabama, July 1, 18Gb.
GEORG lA, BULLOCH^COUSTYT
S IXTf davs aftor date, application wi.I be made
tome Honorable Couii of Orinary of Bulloch
county, tor loavo vj sell ull Ihe lauds belonging to
tho estate or Thomas Crosby, lute of naid county,
dec/*MMi. lor the bunelit ot the heirs ami creditors
of sola tiKtaiu
Jylb WILLIAM K. CiPJ.-TlV, Adm’r.
O NK raoiilh after date application will ho
maun to tne Book of tbo rttatc of Georgi 1. lor the
payment or a Twenty Dollar Note ou tho j.aid.
Bonk, (No. 42.) llm right mnd half of which has
One inonin alter date apt>neation will bo made to
the Marine ttauk of Georgia mr the puyinont of a
Twenty Hollar Note, (No. ;»S4t on said Dank, the
right luuiu nail'of winch lias t>ccu io«t.
JyO—1* w—4u- WM. JJ. H1G11T.
villa iuca. *iuiy 8,1866.
rTtHRBEmonUw after duto application will be made
X to i»to Marino Bank of Havannab. for the pay
ment ot two Twenty dollar mils viz : letter ft, :;u7u,
a&d letter U. bU7, thu left imi vn< of which huvu Iter-u
loll. «mMKH P. IlL'DriON.
TellahaMeo. Fla., May 17, I860. ton* tny_n
S IXTY aevn nBor date, application w*II l*n made
to tne Honorable thu ordinary ol McIntosh
county, tor leave to cell tlio real r-tato, hdng in
this oouniy, of tlio iuto Jumes Smitlt, known n.i
Sidoa (noe) PUntatiou sold tor the bmelitof the
heirs of said estate.
DEAN 11. DUN WOODY, 1
JOHN JONl'H, UEx’oru.
JOHN F. JiUNWOODY, 1
Darien, July 1,180Q. JyJ
LIolSij fuu RivuuceV '
Elizabeth Oouly) ^,,[f 00 p.uyerlttr Ctmrl,
Jobataulv. ) JUy/ftnn, WM.
E f appearing tu the L'ourt, from the ret urn of tie.'
sheriff, that tho defendant, John Cauly is not to
found iu Colfco county, und he is not m the .-.tutu;
on mottou of Win II Uaalulug, uttornvy iui hbeiiuui,
It la ordered that survico be ivoi touted on
fendaut uy a publication of this order In m - c.
pnbllo Journals of davunnub, once a month tor
three months preceding tho next term of thn> Ouurt,
requiring Mid dctuiiuunt to uppeur at tlio next term
01 Coftoo Superior Court, In tho month of Novem
ber next, and Ulu Ids detouidvo alingnli<>n to tho
A true extract from tho minutes of the Superior
BW'l) AKlfLKV, Clerk.
LIBEL for 1x1 vouch,
BWIWmo.., ( UUur.y Stii-yrlorCi.itrt,
Tho*. wiikiuni.J * l “>’ W:
I T appenng to tho Court, by the leturu er tlm
aheriff, iu tbo above hutud emu, that the defend
ant If not to bo found In the touiity, und ilea he is
not to be found In tuo stale; ou motion o: Wm U
Gaulden, oounsel tor tibeliuui, It Is 01 dot ed that t.ui •
vice he perfected on suid detohdunt, by a puhiiea.
Uon of thu notice once tt mouth fur three mouths,
next preceding tho next term of caid.'-upf-ii';: G. irt,
requlrlog wild dofonunut to he and appear at the
next term of Liberty £upcrloi* Court to nimwcr lu
A true extract from tho utlnubM of nalJ .Superior
Jy3 d. A. FRASER, Clerk.
*NX DROWN “V'
TS. V Divorce.
WILLIAM II. BROWN.J
r 1 appearing to tlie Court, bv tho relutn of the
Sheriff, that tho liefenuunt, William B Drown,
la not to bo found In tho county of jMiioch; on mu
tton of Levi S. U’Lyon. Attorney tur thu plaintiff, It
Is ordered that tlio delbnilunl do appear und Ihe his
answer or defensive allegutlun. ou or Itoloic the
■fit dsy of the next term of this Court, and that
R bUoailon ol this will ho made iu one of ihe pub-
ganottoe of tho city of .Savannah oncu a montli lur
A Duo extract rrom tlio minutes, this 22d day ef
DAVID DKASI.CI-. umibc.
.. -louSSIm prTmu Dsy| juivy laiiuuig and
for Mle low from tho whatf. by
“ C..A, Dll KIN KP
flgif ^y. i
DI8IONKR AND SCULPTOR IN MARBLE.
Corner Aetor Plooe and 4Ut Avenue,
IX CLOSvfxOXJXlTT VO TXS ACTOR UIUMRT AXII TMSlfKW
■nu IOCH. XXW YORK.
riTHB monk extenriva variety and the largest
X Mock of Monuments,Tombs, Head Stouw, Ac.,
InAmorlca, can be (bund at ibis establishment from
plain to the moat elaborate and ornate in design and
workmanship. In addition to the stock always ou
band, a great variety or drawings, appropriate and
original may be (bund, from which work will be ex
ecuted promptly to order.
Orders faithfully executed, and shipped to any
point available by water or steam.
Persons visiting the city of New Ywkoo pleasure
or business ore reepoctnuly Invited to visit this ee-
DROUGHT TO JAIL
Brought to Jail In Swolnsboro, Emanuel Co.,
. j tho 4th instant, a negro man; ho says his
uame Is Uarry; that he belongs to tho estato
ol Thomas Clay, of Bryan County, On. He Is
nf light complexion, with a slight scar ovor tho loft
eyo; about 6 feet 3)4 inchei In height, aud about 20
Tho owner U requested to come forward, pay
charges und tako him away, as he will bo dealt with
as Um law directv HENRY OVKiVfTKKCT,
Richard F. Williams, lato of Chatham coun
ty. decease J, ore hereby notified to present them
within tho time prescribed by law to the subscri
ber ; and all indented to tho said estate are request
ed to make immediate paymeut to
IL U. MU JAN,
Administrator do bouis non.
March 26—Ow _ ltwtJy21—Jo 7
C HATHAM COUNTY.—TO all whom It may coa-
corn: Whereas, the estate of Jeremiah Mc
Douall lies unrepresented iu consequeuco of the
death of Nathan Urcwton, tho executor, and unless
■sotuo fit aud comimtont person applies for the ad-
mluDtratkra of said estate, with tho will annoxod,
I shall appoint James Wilkinson, or aomo other fit
and pruper person, administrator with Um will on-
uoxed do bonai non, on said estate:
Tlioso arc, therefore, to cite and adtnoulsh all
whom it may couccrn, to bo and api>car before
t-nid Court to make objection (if any Uicy bavo) ou
or beloru the first Monday lu August next
Witnes.'. Wiliam Loo, Esq., Ordinary for tho
counter of Bulloch, this 12tb day of June, 1850.
SOUTH-SIDE, RICHMOND It DANVILLE, AND
Virginia A Tennessee
WILLIAM LEE. o. c. c.
State or Georgia, IS alloc H County,
A DMINIMTRAT011&’ SALE.—By virtuo of an or
der front tho honorahlo Court of Ordinary of
siuu county, passed ou tho first Monday iu Juuo,
will bo sold at tlm court hou.so door of said county,
between tlm lawful hours of sale, on tho first Tues
day iu August, Ouo tract of land, containing ono
hundred aud fifty acres, in *uld county, on tho Ca-
noocheo river; also, a |wrt or tour othor surveys,
containing six hundred and thirty-two acres, on Ca*
nouchfu river, woil Improved and in good repair,
cun-fisting of swump, bay and pine land. Sold as
thu pro]»crty of Nathan Brew ton, deceased, for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased.
Terms made known on tho day or sale.
_ BENJAMIN BKEWTON, I XAm ,„
fisioN j. tmmvToN. ; AOm “•
Juno 2d, 1650 jo 16
State of Georgia, ilalloch County.
A DMINISTRATuRs’ SALE.—Will be sold, on tho
llrst Tuesday iu August noxt, bofuro lbs court
huu&i« in .'tatesburo’, in said county, uuder an order
of tho Court of Ordinary, Fifty-tour (64) acres of
I’mo txm i, granted to James Deal, and bounded by
luud3 of James Woods, William Alien and Eimore
Mimes, belonging to the esluto of James Deal, for
tho In-ueii* of tlm heirs and creditors of said estate.
Term* made known on the day ofule.
MARTHA DEAL, ) AUtn’x.
CALVIN DEAL/ / Adm’r.
Juuo I2tb, I860 je 16
A LL persons having claims against the estato or
Evan Jones, into of Charlton county, Ga., do-
ceosotl, are requested to present them, In torins of
law, and those indebted will please mako payment
to thu subscriber.
STEPHEN McCALL, Executor.
Centrcviliage, Ga., June 14tb. 1850 je22
W ILL bo sold, between tho usual hours of sale,
on the first Tuesday iu August next, beforo
the raurt house door In Trador’d Hill, Charlton
county, Gx. Two negro men, (Dick and Tom)—be
longing to the estate or Evan Jones, late or said
county, deceased. Hold uadur.pruvisl n of tho will
nnd by order of tho houorcbto Ordinary of said
county. STEPHEN McCAU., Ex’r.
Cutitrovillago, Ga., Juao 14th, 1850 je22
H ISTORY of tlio Great Reformation of tho Six
teenth Ccutury, lu Germany, SwitxorlauU.&c,
by J II Merle D’Aublgne, five volumes complete iu
The life or Martin Luther, tbo German Reform
er, in fifty pictures, from designs of Gustav Konlg,
to which is added u sketch of tho rise ami progross
of the Kflormatlou in Germany.
L to and Times < f Rev Elijah Redding, J)D, lato
Senior Uiihop of the- Methodist Episcopal Church,
by li W Clark, I) D.
Sermons on Sovorul O'-casdotis, by the Rev John
We.-ley, A M, in four volumes.
.Sermons from the l’ulpit, by H B Bascorn, D D.
Life of II Biddlcman Bascorn, D D, L L D, lato
Bi*liop of Urn Mctlmdist Episcopal Cliurch, South,
by Rev >1 M Hcnkla, I) D. '
Posthumous Works of the Rev Henry B Bascorn,
D D, I. 1. D, oun of the Bishops of tlio Mcthodibt
Episcopal Church South, edited by tho Bov Thomas
N llalntou, A M.
Ulu of tho Rev Robert Newton, D D, by Thomas
The Birds of the Ifihlo, by George GuiUllau.
llm Analogy of Religion—Natural and Revealed
—to the Constitution aud Course of Nature, by Jo
seph IJuller, LLD, lato Lord Bishop or Durham.
Baptism—a treatise on the 'nature, perpetuity,
subjects, administration, mode, and uses ortlm ini-
tia tng ordinance or the Christian Church, by Thos
BaptLni—with reference to Us Import, raodefl,
liiitory, iiropor use, aud tiio duty or parents to bap
tized children, by James L Chapman, a minister ot
ilm Memphis Cbufercuco or the Methodist Episcopal
Chui . ii. .South.
For Mdo at 159 CuugrcEs stroct by
Juuo22 1 W A KNOCK kDA VIS.
. SIIIIITHI SIIIUTH11 NllllLTH f 11
i llAVB ju?t received a large aasortnicnt of
white ami figured Shirts, of every quality aud
styfe, and superbly made, with oollars to match,
orders will also bo taken, and shirt# made to atilt
any particular stylo or taste of the wearer. Call at
the Star Clothing Emporium, 147 Bay street,
wy 14 WM. O. PRICE.
1112MO V Ali* ~
Tlm subscriber has Removed ou tho
Bay, next door to the Republican,
otiice, where he Ls uow opening a
handsome xuortment or 8PIIINO 1
AND .SUMMER <><KJDH, which bo will sail by tho
paUeru or mako to order in tho mo3t fuahlonablo
stylo./ ALso, Ready Mado Clothing tor the present
and coming xexson.
Thankful for po>.t favors, lie hopes to merit a con-
liiiuadco of the same.
N. B.—Cutting, Altering and Uopalrlug doue at
tiio shortest notice.
Just received Wiiito Drill Coats and Pauls, Wtiito
and Figured Mni Kciiles Vests, fbrsaloata small pro
frprl'j JOHN W. KELLY.
Blt.VPKll AND TAILOR.
JR6YKIMIN KTItECT NEAR UROUGHTON.
J The subscriber taken this opportunity
to Inform his friends aud tho publiu, that
ho Is enabled, from experience, und the
Intuitive poruopllnuH of the truths of.
tumtifco’hosed ou thu cotomou rules of surveying
foi iiis, both piauu add spherical, to out and make up
uarments to lit tlm humau form m the moot completo
•*nd linUlind style, to all who may favor him with u
UoyK* faulty drueswt, Ball costumes, Military and
Firemen’s I’uifurmH, &c..&c.
P. HORACE GRANT,
Jenbrsou it., ouo door North of Broughton street,
pAl r ai ffANOINOS AND UOHUlillfc!.—
JL Just received a great assortment nf tbo most
elegant imttcru-t, with borders to match, from 8
cents to »2, ut CHAFFER & CO.»8,
aprfio No. 0 Whitaker street.
G. HI. GltifrFJN,
SUCCESSOR TO LATE M. EASTMAN,
tyorncr of Bryan and Whilakur Streets.
' IJAM now on hand a houutilul ns-
^ stA’luront of Jewelry of overy din-
cription aud kind worn hv ladles
and g< utlcfmm. aud will roll at uuusuuliy low prices,
Ihavethii day received (per Er press) a large
’■to' k cl" elegant biver Ware, cunslstlng of Cake and
I'lo RlfiYcL plain aud engraved Kish Ktiivon nnd
fork), lidded Kulvos and Forks, Knives, Forks nnd
Sjkioim, Nankin Rings, Nuunng Orators, Ac. Ac., all
in Morrx^ocums, aud suitable tor prosenta. I liavo
.i. jo tlfi.i.day received an Addition to my stock of
Imlrwork of light colored Curls, Topsys. Braids,Front
I'iti cus, Baud a, Utwslu Tom, fai., which now make*
my assortment cniiiplut.;. Orders received for any
Watches r«t»alrod hy and under tho supervision
iff self, and all otlmr work douo In a workmanlike
inunner^mul wurraiitnd. may 26
O N CONBIUNMENT-
■J9CK) liushols Prime Corn;
Kill do Cow Peat;
20(1 sacks “I'aIuco illlJs’’ Flour;
10 hhls Raw (Jim;
lu do Monotivaheln Whisky;
f* do Domestic Brandy;
For sain low. by
! PATTEN. HUTTON A 00.
IJUANDyI (JIN.'WHISKY AND RUM—Far u)«
( > ! > (nmyuo) W II.LIA MH h ratcliif.
Shortest, moat comfortable and most expedition*
Route to tho
THROUGH BY HAY-LIGHT.
And Baggage Chocked Through, except on Stages,
Visitors to the Virgluiula Springs by this routo,
take the South-Side Railroad cars at Peterabuig, or
the IUchmoud aud Danville cam at Richmond, at 0
A. II., dolly, (Sundavi excepted,) arrive at lynch-
burg to dInner, anu tbenco,*viatbe Virginia and
Tennessee Railroad, reach Bouaack’s Depot at 3 1-4,
and Salem at 4 P. If., and ateilher place take
Kent, Bnmmerson A Co’s Fine Line off
Those via Uousock’s lodge at Fincastle, dine at the
Rod Sweet, or Sweet Springs, and arrive at the
White Sulphur Springs, (17 tuilos) early on tho
evening of tbo second day from Petersburg, or Rich
mond, without NIGHT TRAVEL, and with but 64
miles of Staging. Or by the Salem ruuto. stop all
night at tbo Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs, (10
miles distant from Salem,) dine at the Red sweat,
or Sweet Springs, and arrive at the White Sulphur
Spriugs on the evening qT the following day.
The Virginia k Tennessee Railroad is located
through a most romantic country, possvMsmg a cli
mate unsurpassed for Its salubrity and delightful tern-
peraturo. The road passes the base or the
PEAKS OP OTTER!
And within three miles of tho Alleghany Springs,
one milo of tho Montgomery Wbito Sulphur Spriugs,
aud within four miles or tho Yellow Sulphur Hpriugs;
all pleasantly situated a fow miles apart, ou tho
Eastern elope ortho Alleghany mountain, lu Mont
gomery county. Tho waters of these Springs are
celebrated for their groat medicinal qualities, thn ac
commodations are excellent, and have boon greatly
incrcusod since lost season.
49-Visitors to U10 Red Sulphur Springs take
Kent. Summcraon It Co’s Stages at Newborn Depot,
ou tbeeveuiugor the day that they leavo Peters
burg or Richmond, and arrive at thu SprlngH on the
following day to dinnor, aud Suit Sulphur Springs
early in tho evening or the second day from Rich
mond or Petersburg.
The Road from Newborn Depot to tho Red Sul
phur Springs, (38 mllos.) has bebn graded ani
greatly improved since lost season, aud is now re
garded oh ouo of tho host turnpikes in the moun
Tho lino ofTolegraph from Richmond will l>e com
pleted and In operation to tho Mcotgomury White
Sulphur Springs early In June.
Passengers to KnoxviUo, Tounessee, taka Kont,
Summersun k Go’s stages at tho Western terminus
or the Virginia k Tcnne.-soo Railroad, now ISO tnilas
from Lynchburg (and being extended Westward at
the rate of 8 miles per month) to tho Eastern termi
nus or tbo East Tounessee aud Virginia Railroad,
and arrivo at Knoxville in 21-2 days from Petera-
burg or Biohmomh
Fare from Pelenbarg «r Riebaonil.
To Rod Sweet, or Sweet Springs vlaBousack’s.flO 00
“ “ “ “ “ *» “ Satem.... 10 60
“ White Sulphur Spriugs “ Bonsack’e 11 00
“ “ “ “ ** Salem.... 11 60
“KedSulphcr Springs 12 26
M Alleghany Springs 8 00
“ Montgomery White Sulphur Springs 8 25
4k Yellow Sulphur Springs 8 46
“ Knoxville, Tcunossee 23 00
Not*.—The charge for tickets to the Alleghany
Springs, Montgomery White Sulphur and Yellow
Sulphur Springs, docs not include the chargo from
thu Railroad to tbo Spriugs. Passengers lor the A1
IvgUany Springs, (4 miles distant,) lake tickets to
Shawsvilie—for Montgomery White Sulphur, (1
mile distant by a branch Railroad,) take tickets to
Big Tuuuel and tor Um Yollow Sulphur, (4 miles dis
tant,) toko tickets to Chrlsliantburg depot. Goa*
vevaucc* will bo found at thoso places.
For forther information apply to
K. A. GOODWIN,
Ticket Agent S. S. R. it., Petersburg.
Bup’t Rlchmnud k Danville R. K., Richmond.
E. H. GII.L,
Snp’t V. k T. R. R., Lynchburg.
KENT, 8DMMEHBON k CO.,
myl3-8tu Flucastle, Virginia.
O N aud after Sunday, the Utb Octobor.inrt.,
and until further notice, the Passenger Tralnx
gn me Central Railroad will ran aa follows:
BETWEEN SAVANNAH AND MACON.
Leaves Savannah Dally at...6 a m and 12.16 r x.
Arrive la Macon “ “..2.16 v u “1 ax.
Leave Macon “ “.11.46 a m “ 0.80 t x.
Arrive in Savtn’h “ “10.46 r M “ 7.20 a u
HCTWBOI MAVAXXAB AXD ACQCHTA.
Leavefc'avaunoh ..12.16 p m and 8.30 p. x,
Arrivo in Augusta 8.46 pm “ 6.30 a x t
Leave Augusta ,.0. am “ 4.30pm
Arrivo In Huvannah 1.80 p m “ 10.46 p
BCTWttX SUOOX AXD AVQVWtA.
Leave Macon 11.46 a m and 9.80 p M.
Arrivo iu Augusta 8.46 r u “ 6,30 a x,
Leavo AuguutA 6. am “ 4.80 r x.
Arrive in Macon 2.15 p m “ 1. am.
xxrwcxx tuvaxxxH, xiunxiiviux & eatoxtox.
Leave Savannah 6. a m
Arrive in Milledgevlllo, 2.46 p x.
Leavo Macon ..1146am
Arrive in Eatonton 6. p x.
W. M. WADLEY Gen’l 8upt
Savannah, Go., Oc). 12, 1866. octl6.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON THE
8 ° u o T vii ft^MP AD
New York & New Orleans JHalls.
O H und uftur Sunday, February 3d, 186(1,
two dally trains between Macon aud Columbus,
ami ouo between Macon and Amuricus,
taavu Macon at 2 a m, and 3 p m; arrive at Culum-
bUH at 7 16 a X, und 1030 P x : leavo Columbus at
4 15 am, aud 1 30 p m; arrivo ai Macou at 10 64 a m,
aud 7 40 p M; leave Macou at 2 a m; arrivo at Amcrl
r.us at 0 40 a m; loavo Amorlcas at220 p u; arrive at
Macou ut 7 40 p x; making acomplotoconnection be
tween Montgomery, Alabama, and Augusta, Kings
ville, Wilmington and Charleston; also, with Central
Railroad Tratux to Savannah, MlUodgevilloacd Kotor-
tou, and with Macon and Western tralnx to Atlauth
Chattanooga, Nashville aud Kuoxvillo, Tenn.
At CoiumbuH with Ulrard aud Mobile Itallroad it
Kufaula, Alii., couuectlug daily at Amorlcux with
four Uorao Pont Coaches to Tallahaaoee, Albany,
Thorouxville, Rainbrldgo, Ac., wlthtrl-wiixly lacks
to Lumpkin, Cuthbert, Ac., at Fort Valley With hacks
to Perry, HayuosviUe, Ilawklusvlllu and Knoxville,
Ga. Passengera for Amorlcus und polufe below Fort
Valloy, should tako tbo 12 16 i> m train from Savan
nah; aud the 6 p m train from Augusta, to avoid de
tention at Macou. For other potato ou thu 8outh-
Western or Muxcogeo Ronds tako ollher truiu from
Savannah or Augunta. Pussougors leaving Amerl-
ous at 2 20 p m will reach Columbus at 10 30 r x the
Passengers from Columbus aud the West tor Am
crlcuti. South-western Goorgia or Florida, should
take tbo ISO p s traiu at Columbus, sloep at Fort
Valloy, aud reach Amerlcun at 6 40 a m next morn-
‘“ft™. class steamships leuVo Savannah tor Now
York on Wodnesdays and Saturdays, and for Phila
delphia on Wednesdays. Passogo la the Cabin 126,
Faro from Montgomery to Savannah 814 00
“ Columbus “ “ 10 00
“ Amoricus “ “ s 80
GEO. W. ADAMS, Sup’t.
Macou, January 3Utb, 1866. maylft
VIRGINIA CENTRAL R.ROAO.
Winter ArranjKment—Van Starting fom Broad St
Heavy liall all the way to Gordonsvllle.
W HEN the Potonuto In closed with Ice this
routo may he relied on by passengera, to on-
sure the connection going North or South. The road
Is eutirely retold with a superior T rail ax for as
OordouHvIllo. During tho wiulor tho train will Hart
from tlio old station, in Richmond, on Broad afreet,
at 7# a x., pass Gordonxvllle at 11 a m., and arrive
iu fitaautou at 326 r m. Down train leavxa Staan*
ton at o 40am, pas* ex Oordonxville at 11 a m, nnd
nrrive lu Rlobmond nt 2.80 r m.
Faro to GordonivUle 12 00
“ *' 6 oo
Both tralnx arrive In Gordonxvllle In ample time
to take the train of the Orange nnd Alexandria Rail
road. Porxonx who leave Richmond xt 7M a m., can
take tho Orange and Alexandria earn at Gordonx
vllle IT they choose to do so, aud by that taaln win
reach Alexandria by 9.40 r u., hot thlx company com
ticket them only to OordonxviUa.
ADVKXTMXO A0OXCV. PXUADKMWA, PA.
AMlhorined Agxnt ibr the Savannah JonrnaL
HcaaiM.'i ^atkItt kHik^PkooV-
WITH ^ifBaCpBOOK UJCK.
HmIdi recelvM th.
('rile HnUl .1 Um
World'* FWr, *ro dov
oCerrd la Ui. public
m ibn rriw hr. or
IU). WorM. Tested
slid .ppnrrd Mtbcy
bare been erery-
wbere, their crawoUf Tletonr wm reserve to be
.warded by tbojurle. otth. World'iVilr.
Tbe proprlPtor plwwd One Thousand Dollars In
-Old in tlio one exhibited *u!ie World's fair, Un-
den, nnd Invited all Ihe nek-lack* lathe world to
opealhnSare, with or without Ihe key., and take the
money aa a reward tor their Inienulty -, althoufh
operated upon by s.rerel akUled In thawt, no ono
could nek tho Lock or open tho 8*Te.
By an Impreremeal upon theorUlrnlHalimaiKter,
Introduced by the prnseut owner ortho patent-right,
Um Interior la rendered wholly Imnenrtona to damp,
and hooka, paper* and jewelry might be preserved
In ono or kla sMea for n century without contracting
. blemish tlrom mould or mllldow.
To guard against counterfeits ever}' (Safe ftoiu the
manulactory of the sohscrlber, and aold hy him or
hla agents, luu a brass plate In front, bealjng bis
name i ooeb Is also nirolshed with ono or his Im
proved Thler Detecting locks, which Is a good guar-
Nox. 136,187 and 189 Watcr-xt., N. Y.
Agents In Savannah. Morwrs. BELI. k PRENTISS,
who keep constantly on hand a full and complete
assortment, which they will 'sell at Manufacturers’
local fvuSRaror the valdb and iIrk-
a. mumSfr gg» ■*
last., which consum*
ed tbo brick bulldUig
occupied by Mr.
T. lliomas, opiNwite
thu Gas Works, in this
vu a ol
containing tbo books, papers, and money
Thomas, aud although the building was dotroyed,
the said Safe xuJtalned no injury whatever from the
Intense beat to which ft hod boon exposed. On open■
Ing tho Safe, the coutento were found undisturbed,
aud In (ho same ordor and condition as when placod
there, except a slight discoloration to the prqjoctlng
ends of a fow papers, and the backs of ono or two or
the books, caused by tbe steam generated In tho
8afo. while at its createst heat.
The Bale and contents, as ft came from the rums,
may still be seen, In tho possession of Mr. Thomas,
at the Gas Works. A largo assortment of those cele
brated Safes always oo hand,and for sale by
C. H. CAMPFIELD,
Agent for the Manufacturers.
July 26, 1166. 171 Bay-st., Savannah. Ga.
I take pleasure iu corroborating the foregoing state*
ment, and iu addition would add, that the books are
now In use. J. T. THOMAS.
Wood Yard, Ferry Wharf.
July 26th, 1866. _oct6—U
I Eg* S trealllM-M l
NKATLY EXtXtTKD AT TUB
UENUINK: mT'AIIAIK/NB. •
ll.lmbetd’. Highly Ciii.iiliMtcd
SAVANNAH JOURNAL, F
BOOK Si JOB OFFIOK.
Hare haul* can be euppTieUnt abort nctlc- will,
BIU-H.lltU, BUI. or Ming,
Bray Hooka, Circular., Cord.
ooojiU Plwld Extinct llucho.
CfcKTALN, AND kmcniAI. HKHMiV |
>U IcOf-i .
. ■-•* - nt;; l
i in-ib I
. fpllM; t.| l
mary ts local ed l<«k «!.•-
,; Broadway. ci.u c«.i4«ii,- ,.
r.nm tmwmrs. um- - rr -r —-f‘ l TundAb«*lt KWlRl-. W\U. - 4U , ,‘ ^7‘ v ^ Xql
►RDUcftkOi (fft^^“errKWn7ys; Gravel, ] $ I
from whatever cause they may have originated, wtd ; anr l'hyAkJun in the PnuU. i iv>..t-r,». Hr .‘ S I
NO MATH-m OF HOW I/»NG STANDING. atfl jwrdiviu. ''r 815 |k. r fu.*„|„ “2J»4vs 1
This popular and /peciflo remedy h uow > ’ n hdvanu ■ I
to tbe ttflUctedt tad guaranteed to cure all th*- above . •ff* *8 , ‘- , «d utot* *** **r.
complaint*. It searches out tti« very root of the . J55* ton * . A!l . t t ( .V., ' i
disease, driving out all the diseased fluid*- of the 1 Bddressed to W. K I
t body, thus removing the cause and rendering the > “go
ThauklhTfor Ihe very'lllwreiiJ.lroiiagoberetotere - c0 ” CKRTAIN AND I'LKHANKNT. I «“l*ri*ir Pi^
raas»-sKL6s«! js ! : d0 ^
l>rttcuior attention given to BOOK AND PAM I 5,^7 dririoz out all the dtocased fluidy of the ' Eddressed U>
PHlaET PRINTING, such os CMtologmjs tor Gollegw,; (hu* remoring the cause and rendering tbe > E°ff®
I enra l TTdTATGK
the name, feeling that we shall be able to please all; lolBWC .
who may favor us with a caU, both a* to prices and 1 J/ih iia trouble and expense lo palieiits. This in-,
execution of work. • Jjllbleremody has savedtbousands upon thou.ands I
DYING AND RENOVATING
73 TORS STREET, NEAR THE COURT HOUSE,
Established In tklM.
icrfber grateful to his friends and
_ for their continual favors, would slate
at In addition to tbe improvements in DYING, se
aulred by him duriug his last visit to EEfclimd and
Scotland, has made arrangements for extending his
business, hy which he U now onabled to t'ye a
greater variety of colors on silk and woolen dresses,
shawls, be., which he trusts wiU generally please
all who may fevor him with their patronago.
Goutlemon’s garments dyed, oluaued or reuuvated
as may be required, lu tlio same superior stylo which
has generally so much pleased his patrons and
Table Covers, and Ladles’ Crape Hhawls, be.
cleaned and flnisbod in tho first stylo.
U41es’ Bonnets dyed, bleachod and pressed ‘a
tho most fjuhlonable styles.
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
When parcels are sent hy steamboats or railroad,
word should be sent him by letter through the post
office, so that he may know whore to call for them,
men 16 ALEXANDER GALLOWAY.
ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER.
3 [1I1E distinguished fuvor with which this essence
L has bceu received throughout all sections ol
o Union os a remedy g| onpo safe, ngrecablo tud
effectual for lnclpiont f lHarr)»«s, Cholera Morbus,
R eok and relaxed Bowels, Prostration by heat or
fatigue, Dyspepsia, Flatulence, Colic, Cramp, Lan
guor or Debility rrom sedcutary habits, be., has In
duced the proprietor to glvolt every publicity in his
power. Upon its merrito comment is unnecessary,
os Its own intrinsic worth is its best eulogy. It car
ries with it tbe ovldenue of Its superior excellence,
freely attested to hy tbe >ouug, the old, and scores
oT families who. prompted by a i-arefol regard for
their health and comfort, aro dully adopting it as aa
LVDBmuiBLK family muiKttY. Thoi o is perhaps no
medjelnai preparation extant so simple and harm*
Isss, yet salutary an«l effective, whose worth will be
mors appreciated or uuiversallv adopted than the
liquid uujgor prepared by IfelutFoltnau.
ffWK buoys at SI Simons Inlet at
X boea arranged in the following n
outer Bat* Du #y Is a large Oral clas
from tbo hands oT
U not from premature graves. In case* of Infection
the Compound Buchu is tbe only article worthy of
tho lotud confidence of the afflicted in performing
MOTIOK tO MAHiNICRM.
aud Sound have
--- - - , class nun, isinted
rod, with tho No 2 In whlto—is placed U twenty
foot water at low tide, and must bn left on tbo star
board hand entering. .<t Simons Light b»ara N W
by W )i W. North point of Jckyl W hy N y, X.
Middle Buoy—U a large recond claw nun, paint
ed black, with No 1 iu white—is placed in sixteen
feel water at low tide, ou the Eastern edge of the
Middlo Ground, and must ho left on the tsirt hand
entering. St Simona Light bears X W by W U W.
Xorth point of Jekyl W by N. ,
- Inner Buoy—Is a second class nun,painted black,
with the No 3 iu white—U placed in twcntv.otio
lout water at low Udo, on tbo point ol shoal running
off from Jokyl Island, and must be loft ou tbe port ■ —. -v.-, .
hand eutcrlug. 8t Simons light bears N F. by n )« Ttiia medicine speedlly ond effoctually _ «’ ur *« the <
RRhiiUii. tvtat 4I ,
Y T NiT£D fiUtes, (.aitadn huu (
Bcbwegler’s Hifiorv pg
translated by Bceylc. ■
Prescott's Philip 2d of ,
Calf olid in Cloth.
Nopoln m's C^»nfl«i**utml (....
It contains uo narcotic, mercury, or other injurious ; brother Ji.^ph.
drug, but is purely a Vegetable Comporiltnn. It to Davan History h Um i.>. t
very agrooable to the taste, creates no perceptible j Hanover—2 vols.
odor, and may be taken by |«r^ms ol either sex * R^ine Aihu'hi lu Mnurtii
without hindrance from business or medical advice, Romance or tht* Haroni. *•.« ji ..
as plain directioas for Ui« accompany the mcdlciue. Rachel Gray, by Julia knvbKui:..*,.
Readcr t if you have any of the above complaints, do Earnest Unstoad, »»> Mr/. U*. ip. H/
j. e Oxford,
Brooke HollFemale Sominmy.
BIKDIA, DELAWARE CO*, PA*
MISS MARIA L. EAHTMANN Principal.
♦ This Seminary, located In the de-
ligbtful ami healthy village of Media,
thirteen miles from Philadelphis, hy
Railroad, will bs
OPENED OX WEDNESDAY,
September 10th, 1856.
The commodious building, now in process of erec
tion, wilh all the modern improvements, will bo
finished by the Ural or August, and will contoiu such
accommodations, both in point of ta.<>to aud comfort,
as cunnot fall to satisfy parents that while their
daughters are enjoying tbo benefits or mental cul
ture, they have also tbe comforts oi a refined home.
This institution Is ostsbltohed with a vlow to aflbrd
to young ladies tbe most perfect combination or ad
vantages for the attainment or a thorough and no*
cotnplUhed education, and no pains or expense wiU
be spared to render it iu reality what it professes to
be, a school of superior morit. Miss Eastman, the
1’rmcipal, was at tho head ora school in New Eng
land previous to her residence iu Pouusyivoula, aud
for the lost six yegrs has becu kuowu to tho patrons
of Aston Ridgo rfsiuijiary, as presiding teacher lu
TheRt. Rev. A. PaUsr, Bishop o: the Dioceso of
“Miss M. L. rjistraau, who proposes to open a
Young Ladtos summary lu Modia, Delaware Co.,
l'a., In September uext, has been kuowu to the sub
scriber tor several years past. He has a very high
oplnlou of her cupacity, efficiency and ilovotodnoss
aa uu educator. .She lias iiad a targe and success
ful exporience. The buildiug which is to ho erected
for her use will contain every accommodation. Tho
village aud surrounding country aro dUliuguinhed
f«>r hea'thfuiness w.d beauty, aud tho subscriber 1ms
confidence that parents wuo entrust their daughters
to Miss Eastman will ituvo no reason to regret it.”
Miss EusUnan will bo aided by au oilluiont corps
The French tour-u«ige -will bo taught uudspokon
by a 1'artolau lady, retMUaj In the family.
Tlio I Jilin, Goruiuu, Spaaishaud Italian languages
will receive due altcutidu.
Tho .Natural fclouce.i will bo taught, with tho aid
of a largo aud oxponsive apparatus.
The Musical Department will bo uuder tho charge
of a lady emiuuutly qualified to fill the sltu&Uuntaud
all preferring a male teacher on tho l'iuuo or iu
gingiug, can hate the bangtftor a VUltlng Toachor
Drawing aud I'aluUug will bo under tho dlrectlou
of a lady accomplishod In tbo art.
Tho uumbor of pupils ft limited to forty.
Tho Terms for Board and Tuition in all the branch-
os oxcopt M ns In, are 9160 per sa-odon or five mouths.
Miss Kastman has liberty lo refer to tbe following
Rt. Rev. A. I’utlur, U.D., and tlio Eplsco;uil clergy
Hun. F: Pierce, Profidenl of the Uuitcd Mutes.
Huu. S. P. Chase, Govutaor or O . lo.
hire**’ ** ,,wk * ,r » Duvornor of Now Mainp-
Hon. M. iV. Tapiiau, M. U. from New York.
Rov. N. btom,oi Norristown, Pa,
Itov. A. Ale hood, Clourllold, Pa.
Pierce Butter, Esq.,of pbiladelpUia.
J. 11. Okie, Knq., do.
K. W, Clark, laq., do.
George Wharton, Esq, do.
Chrtotophor LuMer, PottsvIUo, Pa.
Gcorgo Wyman, St. Louis. Mo.
llou. P. 0. Jobusou, Washington, D. C,
6or furttior particulars, or for clroutsrs apply to
*• Frlucip.1, Mias JIAHLA EASTMAN,
JotO toil 3m Media, Delaware Co. Ma.
pUTNAU'B JIuatLly Maxazino for May.
<*• ,Fr.uk lawllo'a Uuitllo tl’Vaeliliaia Dir flay.
Ulutkwu.i<l’a KdluburgL Hevltw tor April.
Received and Ibr tale by
WAttNOCK k DAVIS,
maylfi 169 Congress street.
1 <0 K ttUUi. FLOUK In store and fur sale
by may7 CRANE WF.IJA k CO.
Zf \ Casks Ohio Catawba" Braudy iu store,
4JXJ and for Halo by the only regular Agent Tor
Suvaimah, J. M. EYRE,
U4 Bay street.
PER tiTEAMER, an assortment or
(Misses aud Children’s Plain Straws.
, _ Ijidios’NHDI'OUrAN BONNETB, IN- K
Famh- haw and FUTrt. AUo a few noTS’
HAW. For side hy Mite. FREELAND,
may 17 Broughton afreet.
L ISLE TUKEAD GAUNTLETS.—The only
article of thu kind iu tbo city. For sals by
J. W. THRELKELD,
our27 corner of Cungrsss and Whltoker-sts.
A PPIJCS k POTATOES^
10 bbls Cholic Mercor Potatoes:
26 “ “ Knsaett Apples.
For sale by
■Mil* J. Ai
X. North point Jekyl W by g 2*.
In the Sound U the Lower Midilo Ground Buoy—
which lx a >ocond class nun, paiutod with red and
black horixoutal stripos—is placod in twelve feet
water at low tide, on tho lower point or the Middle
Ground, to mark the two channels, ut Simon*
Light bears N E by K. North point nr Jekyl Island
8 E by 8 8.
Middle Middle Ground Buoy—Is a second class
nun, pointed red, with No 4 iu while—is placed In
eighteen feet water at low tide, near the ulbow ot
the Middle Ground, and must bo* left on tbe star-
hoard band entering. North i*oiut or Jokyl bars N
E Li E. Brunswick point W by 8.
Cpiwr Middle Urouud Buoy-is a Htiamd class
uuu. painted red, with tho No 6 lu whim—U placod
in 18 feet water at low tide, near tlio upper end ol
tho Middlo Urouud. and miut bo left ou the star
board baud outeriug. Brunswick point bears \Y
X 8. Mouth or Jekyl Greek 8 y, K.
Non.—In running in lor 8t Simons Bar bring tho
light to boar X W by W X W, while in four rathoma
water. This bearing as a course will tako you up
to tho Outer Bar Buoy and into the Sound, passing
the buoys as filrectod.
By order of tho Light House Board.
C. MANIUAUJ.T MORRIS,
i c28—tf _ L. H. Inspector, 6th District.
aVOTlCK TO MAllINKKNi ~
T HE buoys ut St. Andrew's lulot uud Sound have
boon arranged iu the following m inm r:
Bar Buoy—is a second class cau, puiuteJ rod, wilh
the No 2 in whito—is placed iu sixteen water at low
Udo, and must be left on tho tturbourd hand outer-
lag. Llttto Cumberland 14ght bears \V by W •£ X.
South point of Jokyl N W bv \V.
Middle Buoy—u "V second class cau, pslulcd tad,
with the No 4 In white—is placod in uineteeu feet
water at low tide, near tho High Xorth Breakers,
and must ho loft ou the starboard hand entering.
Cumland Light bears W by X « X. South point oi
Jekyl X W X W.
luuer Buoy—U a secoud class cuu, (wiutod black,
wilh No 1 in white—is placod in twenty-ono feet
water at low tide, near a dry shoal running off from
Cumberland Island, aud must bo lull ou tho i»ori
hand entering. Cumberland Ught boars S \V by W
X IV. South point or Jekyl X W x W.
Iu the Sound Is tho Middle Ground Buoy—second
class can, paiuted with red and block horizumul
stripes—placed in tou feel water at low tide, on u
point of shoal muffing dowu from tho Fatilla River,
and nearly iu the middle of tbe Souud. Vessels
must not pass to tbe woxtwurd of it. Cumberland
Ugju^ears 8 by K X K. Innor point - r Jokyl N
Buoy at tlm sntruuce of Satilla River—is a'second
class can, paiutod block, with .No 3 in whito—is
placed in ten feet water at low tide, and must bo
left on the port hand entering. Cumberland Light
bears 8 by K. Outor Hat of Jokyl boars N M.
Nuts.—In muffing in for 8t. Androw’x Bar bring
tho Light to boar W by X X N*» while iu lour fath
oms wafer. This beating qs a courxo will take you
up to tb<; Bar Buoy, then haul off to tbo nor tit ward
until the Middlo Buoy, No 4 is in raugu with the
Light, (to avoid two lamps in a direct line, W by N
X N\ between tho two buoys,) when Rtoer for It—
passlug it to tho southward. From tills buoy a N
W by W X W course will bring you Into tho Found.
By order or the Light House Board.
Je2fi—IF I.. H. Inspector, fllh District.
not neglect them, w Hl"lt\KUiUj*i..
DELAYS ARE DANGEROl^ j ■ynss ufV'PIVPIt ‘in »
With this medicine you can euro youraoir, aud th»F I ,,, v w*xes rShoodn.
prevent all expoaure. , : U TT* - »>«.> .' *
TOimrUUST A*l> WUX MHKFAIL. '■>
- ' - - - -■ ■ WA^Sk. I.I'KSVH.i. ...
MRS. FREELAND has open
ed at her Rooms, No. 174
Broughtou Street, a fine selec
tion or Spring Milinery, and is
constantly receiving per steam
ora, now and different styles of Bonnets; also, Dress
and Mantilla patterns.
*9" Bonnets cleaned aud presaod as usual,
Witt*** I s !I eliera,
Kotno now and beautiful
designs, Plated and Ilrita-
At tho Hju?e FurnUhiug
166 BROUGHTUX STREET,
TO WOOL SELLERS.
rpHE Umlendgned have this day opened a
X 8tore in Congress street, opposite tho Market,
for the purebaso or Wool, Sheep Skins, Hides, Boos
Wax, Doer 8kin«, aud Country Produce In goneral.
Tbo highostcash prices will bo paid for all the abovo
articles on delivery ,la Savaauah. Mr. L. J. GC1L*
MARTIN has been appointed os Agent, to whom all
xenons having business transactions with tho un-
derslgned may apply,
J. W. 8MYTHE k OO.
aarannoh, May 19, 1866. may20
HAVING lately rocelved large ad-
diUons to our I’IaNO FORTES, we
ore enabled to oiler at this time tba
‘greatest variety from tho best manu
facturers, from the ploiuoxt square to tbe meet elab
orately carved, and from six to seven octavos.
Our Pianos are selected from the manufacturers
whom we have full coufldeuce iu, and we are par
ticularly requested by thorn to give aguarauty with
every Instrument sold by us as regards durability,
Persons m want of a find rate Instrument may ro-
ly wilh siUuty upon getting such a ouo by selecting
from thu following makers, whose instruments we
enduavur to kcop constantly on luuid, vis : 11. Wor
cester, J. Chickoriug k Son. Nunns & Ciarko, Bacon
k Ravens, II. Wafers, and Haines, Brothers A Cum
mlng. 1. W. MOKKKU. h OU.
c cki L nfcTttra i
THE ABBOB BILLIARD SALOON,
Corner Bull und Bryan stroots, ovor Bsrbor Shop.
June 27 J. M. HAYWOOD, Agt^t.
MDSHW*,’ 0 ’
’T- HAVE horn askod to allow tbo Bath Rooms to
X < eoiaiu upon to a later hour thun nine o’clock ;
1 therefore give notice that from fills dsto tho Batli
llouso will bo upon uutll eleven o’clock at night.
Price 26 cents. Hix tickets tor *1.
Jo27 J. M. HAYWOOD, Agent.
USE BSBI0S4BIE (MSB,
AT IIKDUCKD RATES.
B ARGAIN,-i cau uow bo liud by ail those who
wish lo clothe thoinsoivos gonfeully, as 1 will
soil tho balance of my Ready-Mado, at reduced
ratos ou time, and fen per cent, off for cash Ca.l
aud avail yourself of tho cliaucu to obtain good arti
cles. At tho Star Clothing Emporium.
WILLIAM 0 PRICE,
June 2T 147 feif street
F IjOUR60 barrels superfine Hour, extra quail-
lyjustroccivod, aud for safe by
YONOK k FRIERSON,
jy 2 No, 94 Bay street.
X 60 barrels Mass Pork,
26 do Prime do
Landiug und tor safe by
my!4 HOLCOMBE, JOHNSON k CO
UPEkIOR Choice Goshen Bultor aud Dutch
Ohoeso, received per steamer Alabama by
__ mayi» J. D. Jr5.SK.
L| AY.—100 bnlca jirlrnc North’Rivor Hay, hu*d-
XX lug tht*. day from brig Augusta, aud lur safe
on tho wharf by
Jy8 CRANK, WKIJ>SCO.
| fc>/4 Pavilion Laces, superior quality;
XA9 Zephyr Whalebone .skirts;
French Liuou Drilllugs:
York Mills aud Wafer twbrt Bleached tiffin
Block Moire AuUque Trimmings
Black Kiss Uu Holts;
English Thread Kdgiugs;
Hosiery, Ribbons, *c.
Just received par steamer Augusta.
Jal2 DxWITT k MORGAN.
O tiXABUKGti—30 haies Osusburgs, Mowtou uud
Thomasioii Mills, Just received end for sslu hy
jmiolS CRANK, WKIJ8 k OO.
UYRUP AND MOLA8SE8,—io' bffi* choice Now
LJ Oi l*m* syrup, 76 du do MoUs*<m. just rooolv-
od und tor mle by ■ /
Jy7 hCUAXTOX. JtlllNhTO.\ A IU
O M’NnV CMriH—lu *tore oud tor"sale by
r Juno 4 PADKU10RD, FAY * m
most virulent form of secret diseases, aud eradicates
every particle of infectious matter from tbo system,
restoring tbe patient to a porfevt statu of
HEALTH AND PURITY.
Heins bo Id’s Highly Concentrated Com
pound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla.
For purl()'tn< the Blood, removing all diseases ari
sing from excess of Mercury, oxttosure aud im
prudence in life, chronic constitutional diseases,
arising from an impure statu of Blood, aud the
only reliable and effectual kuowu remedy for tho
euro of ticrofula, Halt Rheum, ticald Head, Ulcer
ations of the Throat aud Logs, Pains uud Swellings
of tho Bonos, Totter, Pimples ou tho Face, aud iui
Scaly Eruptions ortho Skin.
It Is gratifying to tho proprietor of these medicines
to be abio to state that it U uow nearly threo years
since they wore drat introduced, duriug which time
they have been bxteufivoly used lu various parts of
the United States, and have givon to pationt and
practitioner the highest degree of satisfaction in the
various cases iu which they lutvo bocu employed ;
whether lu towu. country, hosidtal or private prac
tice, they have Invariably given tho most decided
and unequivocal satisfaction, and producod tho most
salutary and beneficial effect-*. Numerous letters
have been received from tho most distinguished
pbyficlfnx in the country, aud from tho urofcxsora
of several medical colleges, recommending in the.
highest terms the value of these medicines, and
their superiority ovor all othor preparations for
such complaints os the proprietor recommends.
Numerous preparation* of Sorsupurillu and of Buchu
and variuux modes of pre|iurlng them have boon
S lvun, ail of which or course will dUfe-r according to
10 mode of preparation which each individual may
Those medicines require cuusldorablo care lu the
preparation aud tho employment of different men-
Btruu iu muccossIvo o|»eration to tako up tlio extrac
tive matters, and, in couscquouco, aro most fre
quently Improperly mado, ami not unfrequentiy
much impaired, if uot rendered totally inert, by the
Injudicious and unskilful management of those unac
quainted witti pharmuccutlcul preparations. It is
therefore of tiio highest cuufidorutiuu and iiujtort-
anco to the public and to tiio faculty that there
should bo standard preparations of uniform strength
und possessing the moat advantages. TO effect this
aud obviuto tho evil alluded to, I Imve made u num
ber of oxperimeuta to uscertain tho murt ell'ectual
mode of extracting tlio virtue*, or the Sarsaparilla
und tho Buchu, and to discover tho most eligible
form for their exhibition. The oxiierimcnts have
resulted most favorably, aud it 1* wilh much pleas
ure 1 now offer to the public uud tlio faculty my
Compound Fluid Extracts, which coutaiu ull U10 vir
tues of the articles they aro represented to bo made
from in a highly couceut rated form, and aro the most
active pnqiaruUons which can ho mode. Two ta-
blespoousrul or tho Extract .Sarsaparilla, added to a
pint or wafer, is equal to tho Lisbon diet drink, aud
one hottlo fully oqtills lu strength ono gallon uf Syr
up Sarsaparilla or decoction aa ii*uul!y mado.
Fluid Extract Burlm, 61 per but tic, or 0 tor 95
“ “ SarsapurlllM •• “ “ “ “
Certificafes ot cures and rccoumondatlonH from
distinguished professors and physicians will accom
pany each preparation. Prepared hiuI sold by
H. T. HKLMBOLI),
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
203, Chestnut-st., near the Girard Houso I’hila.
To be tiud of Druggists and Dvafer* In every sec
tion of tho United States and Canadas.
AU letters for the medicine directed to the propri
etor receive immediate attention, aud safe dolivorio
guaranteed. sept 1—ly-dtw
JOIl¥ P, Glennie: & CO., "
GIBBON’S BUILDINGS, SAVANNAH., Ga.
- WHOLESALEk RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
ggi Would call the atte^fiou of Morchanta, Factors,
Planters, Phyelclucs uud others, to their ox-
tensive and woil selected stock, comprising
•very article in their Uno or business, and which tboy
offor for sole on tho most reasonable terms for cash,
or approved credit, vlx;
PAINTS, VARNISHES, (HASS, AC..
White Lead, Pure and No. l; TJenmn’s Colors, dry
and in oil; Japan, Copal, aud Coarb Varnishes ;
Linseed Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Window Glass, Put
S , Gold Loaf, Paint Brushes, Sash Tools, aud Gls*
LA Ml’, MACHINERY AND TANNERS’ OILS,
Bleached Sperm, Whale and I*rd Oils, tor burniug;
all descriptions of OH for machinery, vlx., Patent Oil
Unbleached fc'i»crui, Inrd and Kuih» Seed Oil; also
Taunerfl,’ Neats. Foot uud Sweet Oil.
Nutmegs, Mace, Alsplro, Cinnamon, Popper, Ginger,
Mustard, Saloralu*, tioda, Pearhtah, Sweet Oil, Starch,
Fig Blue. Matches. Ac.
A grout varioty of thu best French. English, aud
American Chemicals, Pharmaceutical Preparations,
Select powders, Surgical Instruments, Vtalr Specie
Jars, Metallc Saddle bugs. Ac. Abo,
CAMl’HEXE AND BURNING FLUID.
Any ono who may favor them with tbolr ordora may
depend upon their rccolviug the best attention, and
that all goods furnished will bo of a reliable quality.
Should they uot givo entire satisfaction, they may be
returned at tho optiou of the purchaser.
J. E. DK FOfffii,
APOTHECARIKH H.U.L. S. E. Corner or,
Broughton and Barnard Streets. Savon-
_ nah Go., tVlioleraleand rotalt Dealors in__
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Dyo Woods and
Dyo gtulfii, Frvuuh, English, and American Perfum
ery, Fiuo Toilet And Shaving Soaps, Combs and
Brushes of every description, Surgical and Dental
Instruinenta, Trusses and Supporters or all kinds,
Spices, Suulfs, Manufactured Tobacco, All tho I’atout
or Proprietary Medicines of tho day. Superior Inks,
Puro Wines and Brandies for Modicinal purposes,
Extracts tor Flavoring, Toilet and Fancy Articles, &u.
49- N. B—Espcifial uUe&Uou given to the
K oration or Physicians' Proscriptions and Family
pos. Ship, Family and Travelling Mediciuo Cases,
WUb plain Directions for use, including Directions tor
treatment in cases of poisoning, Drowning, Ac.
( ' 10HN 4NIJ COHN MHIaL—imi bus prime
J Corn, White and mixed; 50 do fresh Cora Meal
u store aud for sale by
*ci« riiw nrrrov am
OK An I—IU3AO li-READlll '
That is, If you cau sec; uud
tfJWffyou cau’t soe, you cau Uud jCZj
aUKall kinds of “ helps to see.” at the Wufeh auu
Jewelry Store of D. H. NlchoLs A Co., in Congress
street, next (hair to tho corner uf Whitaker, where
you c an purchase Wutcfe<s, Je>yolry, Hllver Ware,
uud Fancy Goods, ns few as at any other store in
Wu have received per stoumship Alabama a fresb
fel of those fine Steel Spectacles : also, a supply of
Pebble uud I’eriauopiu I-cit?, which we are prepared
to lit iu all kiuds or frames, nt short notice. Our
Porlrcoptc laons (su culled from their |>ecullar shape)
have an advantage over all othors, us they have a
greuter range of focus, so that tho reader Is uot
compolied to buffi the book or |>aper at a certain
distauce front the oye. Call aud see.
, D. B. NICHUlii A CO.
W -No abiirge for showing good*,
tour 11 D. B. N. A CO.
OPE—700 coils Rope, various brands, all
XV of good quality, in storu and for sale by
apr29 BRIGHAM, KELLY A CO.
/'10UN—Iu store and for sale by
ill*** 1,» ? CEiTvSVrtl.t.lN 08
N. M. CRAWFORD, IK ll.
H l>. SANFOHl», A. M.,
J. E. WII.LF.T, A. M.,
Chemistry aud Natural Philosophy.
H. II. TUCKER, A. M..
U. W. WIHR A. M.,
Grook aud Lutin laHUKuages.
W1LIJAM 0; WOUDFIN. A.n.,
N. M. CRAW FORD, D. D\
KoeleslasUcal History and Biblical I .Herat are.
WILLIAM WllaLlAMe, A. M.,
Systoinatlr. and I’Uhtorai lltiadogy.
_ THOMAS a. 8KA1H, PrffiripaL
^TbeOommeucemeut i* held ou tbe last Wednesday
Tho next Teim w|U ootnmanoe on th* lost Wed
nesday In August.
The prieo e? Board In the village Is $10 per month;
washing, room rent, fuel, Ao., $8.
By order oTtbs Board or Trustees.
my 12»m B, UNDRUM, Beorotory,
\IEW CROP CUBA MOLAbKte,
Xl go oT the Abbott lievcruaux, Osin P V. " r
for safe In lots to suit purchaser? In l n, ‘"
jgg 1 111,1 * «Mi*
A wnltf lu eiiiroa. lo bl. Mm. auJ ui ?"'
guenUg. bU Moccre lbaok.- fortlirti Hirer*,
age and UIIuuim, wbicb Im roams..,
Ualredo to all part, or tUcStai... au, u '
Florida, Alabama aud Toinuase,., uiertbv '
bdm lo .iblblta atocb ouau.pao,, “iu ft (
Families, Mcrchauta, Hotel Keein-f. aui <,
boat Owners are particularly ii.viltfi ioyuJ' '
present stiKk, which is now com^-w m J, "
various departments, consisting m jin ofthef .i. I
Ing foods, vix: , m *
CARP El DEPAR1MEM
Power Loom Brussels
Three ply Ingrain,
Two ply Ingrain,
Rigiisli Iiruggi-u. /,.•
rious widths )
Mosair Hearth Ku,.
Velvet aud Cheufi. ,-
Piano and uW«Cov«.
Door llal,(orere v. ri „,
SU,ei fe brwgu, o,;,.
t Corptia liui ll!.^, it.
CURTAIN A ND UPUvLSl tlt Y DkPAhTXM\»
Satin de Lullies, Gilt Cornices,
Satin and Silk Damask, Gilt Hus ui*a Bands
Worsted and Cotton Damask, TasAtti, Looibu.
Cords; Velvet and Plush of various colors - tvimta
Shades, new style.
Also, every variety of Furniture Urerinu, Tnn,
mlngs and tnaterioLs for decorating.
FLOOR OIL CLOVIS
From two to Twouty-four feet wide, for Han,,.,,
Rooms, cut to fit without a ..coin.
.The Hobscrlbcr will oblige hitusetf lu nnktta
prices on all description of goods a- low us the nan,
quality cau be purchased in any Northern cui
EOT Carpets cut to Rooms aud goods hm l, «l,
part or tho city tree of charge.
fa* An experienced Upholster willaikutiiuUt,
making and laying ol Carpets auu Oil Cloths »h,.
desired. Tho decorative and curnuu dcpartuitw ( ,
B chargo of au UpboLtcr of ackunwicdgedtafivsii*
0Ctl6 140 Congress &i.d 67 SL Juiiea-st.
DR. SANFORD’S lXVIGOUATOH,
r l a mild laxativt, tonic und stimulant,uijR,
recommended to tho public, relying upon iuk
trinaic worth iu tho cure of the following compl&lst
AU BlUious Derangements, SickHcadacbu. te.
«ia, Habitual Oostireucs*, Chronic Disrrboe, Cola
Pain In tlio Stomach and Bowels, General bcbliin
Female Weakness, Ac. For safe Lv DruggUu »»i.
•raUy, and by John. B Moore A Co. and Wm. ’*
Lincoln, Savannah. _ ly ;ebl2
111 TUIUKRl' TMIBEltll
X HE Uodeeaimed baa just received. Ibr salt
(600) Firo Hundred juoc c- of goo-! L Upj4r<
Timber, averaging over one thousand icvtiosuk
» fob JEFFEiteuN liUliUOV
\| ACKEIlEU HEltrtllNli, dAbUOOrre
ATX 2 bhls large No 1 Mackerel,
8 do do No J dn
3 do do No 2 do
2 hia if bblc Bine Fish,
2 do Pickled Hermit
3 do No 1 Snluiou,
5 quarter hbia No l Markerea
10 kits No 1 Mackerel
10 db list 2 (Ire
5 Kits Tongues and Sound.
fc 1000 lbs Codfish. For salt. i.-M t*»
JE026 J \ i.ituU
J UST RECEIVED BY ENPItl^S- Mother Ut. u
riety of Silver Ware of the mna beautiful ptf
tera and fiuUli, butter kulves, plckfe kuivet ana
forks, knives, forks and sjaooai?. fruit knlvea and
forks, cake and pen kuives in *ury variety, mu<
urds and salt a in all variety lYoua plain lo the rno-i
ornamental G. M. GRIFFIN,
Rutvessatr to thu late M Eastman.
Jyfi Corner Bryan and Whitaker lt|i
RATSS OF ADVERTISING.
For ono square, or300 cm* nr le.*s, or any tv j* m
larger than Nonpareil, 76 rents for tho Ur-t,ui !k
cents for each subsequent insertion,for auy tiine les»
than one mouth.
All Tabular work, with or without Rub-*; wi.t m
vertisemonts occupying double column, fialJ h?
charged doublo the abovo rates.
Advertisements or whatever length, tor any m.v.
less than one month, to be charged nt trsnclwu
For a longer time at the following rate?
For any time not above specified, a proportiona
chargo will bo made.
A deduction nr 26 per cent from tho above rau*
will be mado on advertisements appearing ex< U
slvely on tho fourth page or tho dally.
Advertisements ordored three times a week, win
bo charged two-thirds tho abovo rates.
Advertisements ordered in the Wcoklycdition.fi
per square for each Insertion, for any time less thin
one month. For moro Ilian one mouth at one hah
tbe rates specified In the ubovo table.
Special notices, 10 cents per Uuo tor tho first,
6 ceuts for oach subscqon} insertion, amt in oocsm
to be subject to contract.' Marriage notices $1. Fd
neral iuviiations 60 cbnts each. No special notice!
inserted for loss than 60 cents. Obituary Notice*,
RoiKjrfe, Resolutions, or Proceedings of anySocielf,
Association, or Corporation, ordered to be publish
ed, 6 cents per Une.
steamboats wlUbe advertised at $40 ptr sodob
for cnch boat advertised.
Steamships, where but ouo is running, ftOpersn
nutn; if twuor more, 880 each.
Auctioneers’ advertisements not to be subject to
contract, but to bo charged at the rates prescribes
Tlio paper, under no circular lances, to bo InciuJ
ed In u contrast. u ,
Professional and business cards not vxreeUiRi ‘
lines, will he inserted at $20 per annum.
Culls on |H?rs»ns to become caudldater. win w
iuserted os ether ud vertieumenta, to be paid mr ®
variably iu advance. ..
Announcing candidHti^’for ofilce, 610, to be psio
Advertisomnits not narked ou the cony tor*
specified time, will be Inaertod until forbid, »<*
when any bill for two months advoril*lug.
thun coutract, apiouuts to over f 60, a deduction «
26 per cent Will bo made, ...
Yearly advertising, with privilege of change
be token at tho following rates: .
For ono squure, renewable once a week, *«
“ • “ “ twice “ *•
“ •• ** 3 times or offend 70
Every additional square contracted for to be charg
ed uuo huirtlm above rules additional.
Yearly advertisers shall be limited to lb® ■’J**f*
contracted for. All contracts shall bo in writing,
stating definitely the nature or the business»® 1
advertised. Any advertisements not properly cob
nested wilh the business shall bo charged sop*™**:
ly, und also any oxcohs of matter over the «nwuni
coutrauted tor. . ...
Contract advwtisemenU payable qufcfwiytr
Tt tisements from strangers and transient
payable in advance. AU others will be ooosW***®
duo when called for. . .
Regular advortlsvrs and ull othersseiidtng
municutions or requiring notices dc.-igiicd to “
tentlon to fairs, concerts, soirees, or auv |*uouc
tortammeuts, whore charges are made M
tauce—ail notices of private nseeclatlotw. everi
tico designed to call atfeutlou to private ouwrpru»
calculated or luteuded to promote individual un*
rests, cau outy bo tnaerted with tho imderfunamg
that tlio name Is to be paid for. If iuserjcl in
editorial coluiuu (which can bo only at the obcw-
tton of tho editors) the same will be charged st u»
rate of not loss than 20 cents i*or line.
Tho *'^ 1
oursolvcs strictly .« ... -
charges, and In no lustamw lo deviate'therein®* .
The aoove rates to tako efl'eot March 1, I*® 8 ' *?.
to ooutlnue bindiug, uuttl changed by tbe voi«« ■
PWlorlty of the undersigned.
N. B.—This schedule shall not in aio
Ihe Integrity oT oxlHting contracts. All oonfr»w»J
W "«“S? auw * 1 *
• of not loss than 20 cents per line. H
liu undersigned, publishers of Daily, Tr» "^J
Weekly newspajicrs In Savannah, Ga., J'lwi*
solves strictly to adhere to tho above bn* •