^v>n««DAT Svimiiu. * »’<’‘ ,|>
M who Rootlvo onr Homing
When Iko /«moi ui Uia Georgia* ware
united, the one baying been an afternoon and
the other* noralog paper, It warned neoee.
ten, for the conaoUdatton of th* two aohaorip.
tloo U«U, to taeue, for » white, both * morning
ud afternoon edition ef the Georgian 4-/our.
Ml, For eooe time we hen had It Id contem
plation to dtepeow with one of these. This
purpose we propose to carry out from the be.
ginning of the gear 1857. For obvious reasons,
we hare concluded to drop the morning edition.
Persona who hare paid for both will receive
an exteneioc of oredlt on the evening edition
for whatever the/mag have advanced on the
morning fame,- whlleangthathavepald for the
morning edition, who mag net bo content to
receive the evening Issue, will have the balance,
doe them retomed on applying at the office.
The Legislature of Florida adjourned sine dig
tut Saturdag. •
In speaking of Ur. Uallorg, the reelected
Senator, the Floridan aags:
Like his distinguished colleague, Hr. Yulee,
In all the tkdttiona he hu ever occupied, puts-
lie or nrlve, he has proved himself equal to
eng emergenog or contingency that arose. We
(From lira North OWila Mall, t.ci. 11
Till'. CIIINKHli UBHKl.TfmN,
Curium mid /ulmiling Narrative of the l'i <r
gran vf the /lUuiTcrh'oii—Dominion (if llir
Tailiwg Dl/natty in TVgunfiwii riiiilKrmggr,
Nisoro, Bopl. Ill, lRfid.
Mr. Ndilor .-Believing that yimr indon
are not yet suffering a anilely w reliable In
formation respecting tho progress ol the Revo,
lutlon In tho mldlaud provinces, I bog lenvo to
contribute to tho common Rind a low »1nto»
monte, tvhloh I luivo rnnontly obtnlnoi] Irons
'^Onttm'liltlHdtimo 1 was visited by u young
man, with whom 1 hnvo boon actiuniutcd lor
scvoml yearn, who la a native of Hgaukhlng,
tho capital ofNgauhwui.and now employed ua
necrctury to ou officer iii o distant port ol this
provinces The conversation that ensued was,
bo f gr „„ it related to the Insurgents, aulwlan.
"I have absented uiyscli front your inatraus
tiouB, sir, a long tiiuo. Ue said on entering.
“Yes." 1 rojuitd', “I lmve not seen yon for
three years, |»erliaps iu the meantime you Imvc
revisited your paternal mansion?"
“No!" ho replied," l dare nut—my native
place is occupied by tho Chiaugmaou, (or long
“Are your kindred in safety ?"
“Yes J They resido among the hills at a dis
tance from tho provincial capital.”
“Have yon had letters from them ?"
“No! Bat I have received verbal iutolli-
genie, through a druggist, a neighbor of ours,
who uunie for purposes of trauo to the city
whero I now reside."
“Did you learn anything from him concern-
eng die Insurgents? Do they collect the rev-
•‘Yes. They are in receipt of atl the cus
tomary duties and taxes."
“Have they appointed local officers?"
“Yes! But their titles and official coretno-
uialaro different from those-of Tatsiug (or
Tartar) Dynasty. They have a Footno or pro
vincial Governor at Ngankhing, who is called
Kieogtoa; and their Cnehiens or city Mayors
are stiled Kienkcun. When their officers go
ira p£uw?nJth oar entire 'representation in
CoagiMS* They have attained honorable poel»
**Th. 11 blowing elections were made bgrItafe^ttSt^AteMSSSlghfd’nffil
F.L. Tllleplguc, Secretary of State, M. D.
Pipy, Attorney General, T. W. Brevard, Comp
troller, 0. H. Austin, Treasurer. Wm. Scott,
Clerk oftke Soprcmt Court, to all the vacaaog
Mentioned bg the nelgnatlon of Mr. Savage.
-mid Cat" BankeOfeellnglii Calhoun,
Tha people of Gordon countg have resolved,
la public meeting, that theg wUl not receive as
moneytny of the following wild cat lesaes'ln
Georgia: Bank of Columbus j Bank of Middle
Georgia, at Macon; Cherokee Insurance and
Sinking Co., Dalton; Interior Bank, GrlDln j
LaGrangs Bank; Mannfacturer’a Bank, at Ma-
con; Merchant’s Bank, Maoon; Southern Bank,
Bslnbrldge; nor ang other that am not banka
ble at the cltg of Augusta or Savannah.
The Macon Ttitgraph, in commenting on
Mill resolution, aagi:
“Ittscertnlnlg.nelther right, nor Justice, nor
eenie, to .trie the Manufacturer'* Bank and
Bank of Middle Georgia, at Macon, "oild cat”
1 situations. Both an owned bg stookholden
living among ni,and comprising eome of the
hesvlbst capitalists In Georgia. Both redeem
their lesner on demand at the counter bom
whioh U)Sg are delivered, and seek no outside
circulation which they ere not ready it any mo-’
meat to redeem. If the Gordon conntg
people hold any of their notes, they have only
to apply at any, time la banking hours, and
they will receive gold and silver In exchange so
soon aa it can ha counted. What bank can do
more; and what sense In calling such banks
The Lecture Last Evening.
Notwithstanding the gloomy and threatening
aspect of the weather lest "night, a very largo
and Intelligent audience assembled it Army
Hal), to listen to Professor John LeConte, M-
D„ of South Carolina College, upon the “etady
sf- th©-Physical Science.” Considering the
atuploea under which the lector* waa given,
and the object contemplated, we must ae*
knowledge oar pleasing emotions at seeing His
Honor th* Mayor, together with some of our
most respectable and Intelligent morohanta,
giving their countenances and presence. In his
Introductory remarks, tho Professor stated that
tha eatahllahmentofthe Savannah Young Men's
Christian Association, was ono of the natural
and most obvloui consequence of tbs advance
ment in the material anjl Intellectual resources
of thin community, If thtsbe true, which all
will admit, how tenderly, and aealoasly, should
we fbeter He every iutorest—and ever be ready
to land a helping hand to the promotion of its
In dlsensilng the study of the Physical
Sciences, the Ieotarcr started with the asset Hon,
that the moet casual view of the material world,
satisfies ua that events Ja not succeed one
another st yandbni; hot with a certain dogreo
of order, regularity and connection.
bhls illustrations, he not oalg clearly corrob
orated tha atatement, but pointed out tho origin
of oar notion of an order In nature, and fur-
thaimore affirmed that If every thing were
•qaaljg regular and periodical and the succes-
rion of agents liable to no change depending on
our own will, It la doubtful whether we should
over think ef looking for causes.
Ha then marked the connection between law
and contingency, showing that If such a case
arise, such an event will take place, hut the
term law aa applied to tho material world l>
used la a metaphorical tense for the laws to.
which man’s attention Is primarily directed are
moral laws, which ho may obey or tranegraee
Bat the lawn of nature are rutea describing the
mode In which things do set and are invariably
obegtd jfor to imagine that tho plan of the
nalvsrso once eatabliihed with n definite end
could require alteration during its continuance
Is once to deny the perfection of tho Divine at’
tributes, or to believe that the properties first
Impressed upon matter would of themselves
continue its actions Is to deny all that revels,
tloa teaches ua in regard to our continued de
pendence on tho creator.
Tha whole course of the visible universe,
therefore, la bat the ooUtc'Ivs result of the laws
of physics and Its move!; ° , are only tho ng»
gregate of their working. 111 lecturer handled
■!»:;, it* nf his tv in-, with: '«t familiarity and
SfekS? ZiZ -ttentivelistener
- era Rcijsjtc>::j u.--'- of acquaintance
nlwellot on: f,sjj ./.'ruble but ncoes-
-..wc; n-L ,S98f ,isi(DS ,-C7 i.fi'e...
... nunllho yllo fc "i veutogee,
.oo8t, rodmen » J..I ;.t bom nn
ecqnelntence rtiru iSaJ.'aV.jence, to give a
■ p. -per synopsis ot •' blob would probably con-
"jm-emororf suiutble sheet than lean
properly aakViind at the'same time render this
larperfeot article wearisome, Instead of lutor-
ettlng. Permit me to close by stating that
Professor LeConte wUl deliver the third lecture
ot the couree on Friday evening next, at Ann-
•iy Hall, on tha “ History ef the DLcoveiy of
Otlvinlsm;” end bom what I know personally
of tha Profeaaor, and Item his highly Inetrue-
tlva and deeply Interesting lecture hut evening,
none will go to hear him wltheot getting value
received. Truly, Nuns
Hacok A BaoMwiox'lUrt. Bow.—Aa nn
erldenc. of the opinion prcvslllngln this region
ofthe probable value of the stock of this Load,
we learn on anqaestlouble authority, that a
wealthy dtiien of a neighboring county, who
“•hjmnnxegedln railroad construction,offers
topatUOoM In work anon the toad, and
j»Mtht whole amount In stock.—Afaem Trig-
jMt., in faoDor or Hm tupposed rejection of Gen.
WaUflild, the Kansas oefegato to Congress. It
ao h^paos that Whitfield wm admitted to bis
nounce their ----- -—.—u --- —---
instead of gori£i They dojnot occupy the old
Yamuns, but either erect new ones, or make
temporary use of their edlflccs."
“Have the Insurgents established literary ex
aminations at Nanking, and Ngankking?"
“With regard to the formerT cannot sneak
with confluence: but as to Ngankhing, (was
told, that when they took the city, they obtains
ed the old rolls, and compelled all the scholars
i hey could And to attend their examinations.
;-ton mechanics and traders were permitted to
enter the lists, and a case waa mentioned of a
fruit-seller suddenly attaining the degree Ken-
in and being rewarded with an office. The
nsurgontaureTeenchookeau ((. e. Christians);
aud when they celebrate public worship, the
person officiating occupies a platform elevated
seven steps, while the other worshippers kneel
xdow. The themes for discussion in their
literary examinations, are solocted from the
sacred books of their own religion. They arc
•triot and even severe in their administration,
the smoking of opium and tobacco, being recks
oned among them as peutal offences. The pro
hibition of thoao articles would not, however,
affect me were 1 to return home, as I am not
addicted to the use of either, lam, in fact,
desirotu of returning, but am deterred by the
fear that the insurgents would be sfispicions of,
mo and put me to death." v
As my visitor was nnablo to speak from per
sonal observation, I desisted from furthor in
terrogatories ; but, as it is hardly likely that
he would be misinformed as to the more prom
inent facts relating to tho condition of his na
tive place, his testimony is so far worthy of
credit. Ho states, yon perceive, us a fact, wimt
Mr. Meadows (whose book 1 had not then seen)
gives us ua a law of the now dynasty, uud
shows us iu actual operation that regulation
respecting the Christian Scriptures, which Mr.
M. points to as an important item in the pro
gramme of the Revolution. As some of your
readers may not have seen tho new and inter
esting work on Tltt Chintat and their llehel-
liont, yon will excuse mo for quoting the pas
sage in which this is referred to. It is ns lol-
“The Eastern prince has stated iiVwrltini
that, under the rule of the Taipiuga. the IlibU
will be substituted for the sacreu books of Cou-
fuclanlsm, os the text-book in the public sera
In spite of my capitals, aud iu spite of my
having dwelt with so much omphasis on the in
fluence of these examinations ns the freo ave
nue to thousands of posts iu the empire, from
district magistracies up to premicrahips
I fairly despair of imparting an adequate
idea of the importance ot that resolvo of tho
Tniplngs, or of the immense signiiicnuco it
gives to the piece of yellow shading iu tho
rniddlo of the accompanying map of China.
Upon tho increase or diminution of that piece
ot shading during the next enaniogyears ft de
tends whether or not, iu a prosperous uopuln-
lon of three hundred 1 and sixty millions of
leathens, ail the males from
boyhood to twenty-flvo or thirty years of age,
who can devoto their time to study will bo as
siduously eugnged in getting tho Bible by heart
from beginning to end. Should this take placo
it will effect a revolution as unnaralled in the
world, for rapidly, completeness and extout, us
is tho Ohincso poonlo itself for its antiquity,
unity and numbors." [p. 410.]
I avail myself of this opportunity to coiuinvud
to your readers tho view which Mr. M. preaeuts
of tho religion of the Insurgents. He rightly
recognizes iu it the grand element of Hocinl
progress, uud the most hopeful feature of tho
revolutionary movement. Takiug this view
from the stand point of a philosophical his
torian, he is not obnoxious to the charge of re
ligious partizanship, which some are too ready
to bring against the clerical advocates of the
revolutionary cause; and his remarks on the
“best polioy of Western nations," in tho exist
ing crisis, and particularly on the duty of
France, England and America to withstand the
encroachments or interference of Russia in this
HAVANNjiH, <flU WEDNESDAY, DECEMB
'(From Him Till,urn-, I-mlmr ttf)
fijni-iTag- „r (itilsol, ttii, lllitmlnn, t
I’ll,III II isrlvitU) suumi nv Icnin that tin:
u-ISUmtcd Guizot bus lliiully married tho I’rln-
resj Lie well. a lady not loss cclobretcd In dinlo-
nutlu nnd social circles. It Is statod that tho
iiimir is kept a secret, or nithor that H Is a
imbllivmjstory. Tho 1-rliicess still wean her
luriuor nstno, and tlu luppy ceuple do not live
under the nunc rool'. Sbuuld this be really so,
no uni Wholly at loss to imderetand the reaeou,
mid Our oniuldenitlou for tho elisraoter of
(liuzut must sink considerably. Uulzotlsncarly
seventy years old, uud Ills Indy-lovn is but few
'ears ynuugor. The Menuship conmeneed
jeliveen them in 1840, when' Guizot was tho
Fijeueli Kinliasfiadorat London, and whilejjlo
Princess, oneo the celebrated beauty oMho
Cijngress of Vienna, aud for clnhteeu yean the
ar lioowledgcd leader ol tho hlxheat knot ton in
Maitland, was residing them with her husband,
then Russian Kmbassudor at tho Court of BL
Jitmcs. After the deutb of tho 1-rlnee sbo en
deavored to Iso tho diplomatic Kgerla or tho
L'Zar, although tho still continued to reside 111
Paris or London,
Tho medium ol this correspondence between
her und Nicholas was her brother, Cotut
Benkendorff, tho predecessor ot Count Orloff
hi the Emperor-a confidence and favor,
Since tho death of the ‘Count, In 18M, her
real liifiucnce at the Russian Court, has been
on tho wane her Ihfiuence, however, with Gulxot
uud Louis PkilUppo rather increased, they
believiug that through her they might get a
controlling hold on tho Czar. Her salon at
Paris hiutan most brilliant and renowned—
tho focus of ull Europe for diplomatic scandal
and petty intrigues. The Princess, who dur
ing the lifetime or her husband was known to
direct the embassy. In London, preserved her
taste for diplomatic intrigue, which she car.
.ried on with great delioacy, elegance, per
spicacity and grace. But she has lost her
power; she lost her oredlt In St. Petersburg,
especially since on account of her connec-
tlonwlth QUIzot, sho has become one of
tho souls of tho Orloaulst faction, it Is
lossible that tho Princosa, who It mistress ora
argo income, may Rave wished by a matrimo
nial connection with Gulxot to seonro to his
old ago tl.o luxuries of fortune. But wo esn
hardly understand bow ho came to accept
this left-handed, hnmllating alliance, Iu which
Ids wife does not,bear his honored name.
Tlte Frlaiiii, ftntl AfqtuUNtMMi of
Mr. nuil lira. Riahnrdi Molitod aw invited to at
tunffthn funtrnl of tnmr lufknt non, WM. I., Mo-
bBbn, »t lOo'clook tomorrow mornlni, nrom tho
ronidononof .Wm. liw.
Mvointnh Nnrkrt, December 31a
CnYTON—'talon thin fnrenoon 1121 btlu. vinsiiO
SlllJi, tfd at ll», Ittt nt W, M nt 13
A Id, 0A7 nt 13K- 40 *1 •-I U, 4*2 nt fitf, nnd
MKW VOKK-Hrig Phil urn—124 hntM cotton,
«,«44b*u rough riot, 100 empty bbU.
MACON, Doc. g|—Gotleo—Prloee are nomewhet
..(proved from tut week, titles rang* from 9 to
lift for goal middling, .with n fldr demud.
Port of Mnvannah.,;,.....Deeenlwr 31
CK3ATt.NO in Flouk.—A fraud in the menu-
iuctnre of flour has just come to light, says the
Detroit Tribune, which is likely to lend to ex*
tensive litigation and a serious depreciation of
tho choice brands of Michigan Boar, which
has heretofore stood first in the Eastern
markets. Tho fraud consists in the selling of
Illinios red wheat floor, by millers in the in*
tcrior of the state, fer Michigan white wheat
It Js said that thousands of barrels have been
thus fraudulently disposed of and that Eastern
merchants ate very justly indignant at the
ASuicrok.—A young lady, named Sophia
Defoe, who was attending school at Tonawanda,
New York, committed suicide by banging ou
Saturday last- Her parents reside in Michigan.
Deceased, about ten daya since went to Tona
wanda to attend school, and her snieide is at*
iributed to grief at being separated from her
relatives. Just before she went out to commit
the act she complained of being home sick.
A Religious Daily Paper. - A Now York
“A new dally paper iu the interests of the
Episcopal church is In contemplation here. A
new feature this In American Jourallsm—a wel
kuowu capitalist Is to furnish the funds, and
tho present resources of a weekly publication
arc to bo absorbed iu the undertaking."
— USWr, r—
TOROU schooner Passport, a YAWi, BOAT,
J: with the builder'* ntmo (Oharlcs Jaoksou)
palnto i IiihIUo. A liberal reward will bo pat<Mbr
WUKN, HTARRj tt Ciy
i HLMtw-ci rnjBtnro*- Chatham
i mg, ■ I .in a usuillil.t. forVo-fllcUu. ro ih. oZ
Uoo or K«.lvor of Tsx Returns
ncjtt, uml reHjMioifully eollolt your aur
Found two HOIltita And;
e three MULKS on my Hants-
*Uon, ou the Ogoohee Csnsl,
•twelve miles from town,<
owner* itan have by paying oxpmisc*.
demn-tr * Jacob dom,i».
* UNIVK UNITY OF GBOllGIA
Awilns. Deo.-14th, IBM. i
mHE EXERCISES OF THIS COLLEGE wll
- X be resumed on tho liHh of January nest.
The Faoulty I* as rollowe:
Alonzo Church, D. D., Proeideut.
W. T. Brantley, D. D., l‘rofe**or or Belles Lcttrod
Rev. r. H. Mell. I'rofrtMorof AnoiontLanguages.
Jno. I». Easter, M. D., I’fotiwaor or Natural Phil-
oeopby and Chemistry.
James Woodrow, A. M.. Professor of Natural
TO TUB VOTKOM OF CHATHAM -
Fellow cUlaeiu, I atn'acaadldole at the
elcellnd, In January noxVIbrtlheotUco of
TMOaltoctor,and*otimtyoUMup^(irt ^ ^
■‘liVAUuali, tirpt. aoth, IBM. ' oetl
unurin uu rciuruou iruni now
d Is this uforaihg opening a new
m. Jewelry, raney. articlee. Silver
will bo pleased to bavo hla friends
No arrivals or dearauoae sines our la*t.
SAVANNAH TOVNO BOONS*
AT ABUOUY HALL,
On Friday Kvculus, January Sd, ISM.
AT 7J O’CLOCK, P.M.
PROF.’JOHN LeOOKTX, X. D„
Of Bauth^Canllna Onllaf*.
The Ulstery of the Olieoverjrof Belreniim.
COURSE OF HQHT OR TEN IJtCTURES will
.be given during the winter under the atupicoe of
above named Association. Eminent gentlemen
from abroad aud at home, have kindly signified
their readme** to serve u* without compensation,
save necessarily incurred expenses. Whatever
surpl. a shall be realised, will be epproprUted to*
wards the establishing of « Reading Room for
Ticket* for entire course
• dingle lecture 24
i may be had at the Book Stores, from
i of the Association, and at the door.
J V‘ GANN,
WiUtenu Rotherferd, Jr., A. M., I'rofiMeor of
Mathematic* and Autonomy.
W. D. Wash, At M* .Tutor in Mathematic*.
W. H. Waddel, A. H«, Tnlof In LnngUMM.
It la deairabla that atndanta ba present at the be*
ginning of the term; especially new applicant* for
admission, bnt such will be examined and admitted
Cm Tuuauaia’a Omci I
Savaaoah. SMUM^iM;, J ,
lONUHof Ib.CUyot Cv.oa.li, duoUlDlatoF
yehroary, 1U7 (Mminooly toown u tta No-
. jfor Bond.), tuuHbr Ccnlr.l Rallroafi Blook,
wlllb. rodranud to th. amoual of Twenty Thou-
nod Dollira upon Uulr belax |,r«er.fod at the
Ctty Trouary, “""^^"ti^redemy-
FLAOO , I GOOD OLD SAMARITANS
. 1HE aubscriber hu nude arrangements to
. . keep a constant supply of the above Ihvalua-
b remedy, for the oure or tho head aobe, tooth
ache, eer-aohe. neuralgia, ague In the free, sore
threat, and all kind* of auis, bruises, burn*, spinal
natations and sprains, in a short spaco of time.
Full directions with each package, and warranted
genuine. d*o20 JKBSS.
Cm Trxabuksk's Omc*. \ -
mHE average price* or Flour the past montb
being Sgnt dollars
F. J. CHAMPION,
J. D SMITH,
C. B. CARTER.
part of tho continent, are deserving of tho most
serious consideration. His book is replete
with original observerations deduced from per
sonal experience and extensive reading.
Russian Preparations to Support Persia
acainst England.— 1 The following appears in
the Warsaw journal, the Czus, of the :»Jth nit.:
While England, with much noise and osten
tation, prepares an expedition against Persia,
Russia, unostentatiously and noiselessly,is get
ting ready to come to tho succor of tho Shah.
The Orenburg corpn d'urmie has been consid
erably reinforced, it is commanded by Aid-
de-Camp-General Peroflski. The outposts of
this corps extend to the very limits of the
country of Turan, upon tho rivers Oxus and
Jaxartes; and tho military flotilla of tho Lake
of Aral, placed under the orders of the same
General, is brought by tho above-mentioned
rivers to the frontiers of India. On another
aide, great activity reigns upon the Caspian
Hca and in the army of the Caucasus. Trans
port vessels, having troops und war materiel on
board, pass incessantly between Astrakhan und
the port of Bakou, situated in the province of
Sbirvan, bordering on the Caspian Sea, be
longing to Russia, und at the ports of Persia.
The new Lieutenant-General ofthe Caucasian
provinces, Prince Bariatinski, bus received
fuller powers than any of his predecessors. He
has lately inspected, on its way to its destina
tion, the flotilla of the Caspian tica, which has
been considerably considerably increased and
partly left at his disposal. This flotilla cau
easily take troops on board either of the corps
of Orenburg, or the army of the Caucasus, uud
taka them to the relief or Persia, disembarking
either At Aatrabad or upon the neighboring
coast of Teheran. The corps which forms
part of the army of the Caucasus, cantoned at
Sbirvan and Envan, and commanded by Gen
eral Khirulkff, who distinguished himself iu
the Eastern war, can also succor Persia by land
as well os by sea. Meanwhile the Ilussiau
Government neglects nothing in replacing the
war materiel consumed daring the late war,
and continues to wflllthe exhausted magazines.
Tub Madison Family Visitor.—Mr. NIC.
Guernsey, has purchased this neat family
JounuU. Mr. T. A. Burke, the late editor, in
association with Mr. Atkinson, will issuo a new
dally In Augusta, called tho “Evening Dis-
patcU.” Mr. Guernsey was long connected
with the business department of this office, und
to favorably known InthU community, as a
moat worthy gentleman. Wo wish all parties
abundant seccess.—Macon Mutenger.
Foe Nicaragua.—Col. Titus, with one hun
dred Mansions, arrived hero on the Northerner
en P! , , t * fn , r Nicaragua to Join Gen
eral Walker. Doth Gol. T. aud his men have
been tried in the Kansas troubles, aud can be
relied on aa brave soldiers. They will prove a
valuable acquisition to Geo. Walker’s army.
—Mtmphii Bulletin, Dec. Uth. 9
Dksl'erudokb in Indiana.—The Hendricks
(I ud.) Republican says that there is existing in
that county and tho adjoining counties of Boone
Montgomery aud Putnam, a large bonds of bora
a thorough organization and are trigoroualy at
work. Quito an excitcmont is- said to exist in
Jamestown, Boono county, and the people
scorned disposed to regulate the rascals sum*
marily. _ ^
A Failure.—The New York“Fifth Aven
ue" lady, of New York, Mrs. McMahon, who
recently made a debut ou the stage in Buffalo
made a decided failure. Her husband had to
iudemuify tho manager to the amount of $500
forhis losses."At the close of tho engagemen 1
tho lady appoared Ihjfore the curtain and
roundly abused the press for their criti
Iron Masts Discarded.—The Belgium
Kteumcr Belgique, lying in New York, has-
condemned her iron mast* as unsafe aud un*
suitable, aud removed them to substitute wood
cnoncs. It is alleged that the sailors deter
mined not to go to.Bea iu herjugain unless they
were taken out; they caused the ship to labor
from top weight, sprung topmasts, carried
away lanyards, sprung below deck, and Jack
feared they might break short off aud fall
through the ship.
Hackukn’s Licenses.—The Mayor of New York
refuses to grant licenses for the coming year
to ull hackmen who drive brokou down horses
and shabby vehicles. Thirty or forty hackmen,
who were aggrieved by this exercise or
executive power, waited on the Mayor and
remonstrated, but bo was inflexible. A decent
turn out, or no licenses, is hisfultinatum,
American Sbcuhitikh*7x England.—The
New York Express ot Saturday, says :
The Canada has brought orders for a good
many railway securities—Shares aa well as
Bunds. The orders, however, cannot be filled,
the limits being under the current rates. Among
tho securities desired, are Ohio and Pennsylva
nia Bonds, and the securities of the Pittsburg,
I -’ort Wuynu aud Chicago Road. The attention
of foreigu Capitalists bavo been attracted to
those securities, a fair amount of them wUl
naturally be tukou, at prices equal, if not in
advunce, of current rates. It rarely occurs that ol
our stocks go abroad ut low rates. Capitalists
there incline to cautious movements, and gen
erally buy our stocks upon a rising market,
such as now meets orders for sound securities.
Messrs. Robert Benson, of London, In their Cir
cular of December 5th, state that tho market
for American securities generally has continued
to improve; the transactions, however, have
TO AMATUERS OF
RARE AND FINE
Plants and- Fi-ult Trees.
A Large lot of Flowar and Vegetable
Seed of the Beat Vuietiee.
43-Untll Saturday, January 3d.«d
0. MARC, of Astoria, Loaf Island,
N. Y., hu arrived In Savannah,
end will offer for sale, at the cor-:
^ner of Oonirouji end Whitaker itij, ,
Immediately opposite to H. lathrop It Cos'
Itrgest and meat collection or
PLANTS AND FRUIT TREKS
ever offered iu this market. • Tho principal Plants
soo cahklia japohoab,
in foU flower and in bu J, of every variety oT color—
110 varlotle* or ROSES, all or the choicest, and some
er which have -ocelved Cold Medals in tha Europe-
Monthly tipiroaa, red end white—Monthly Carna
tion pink*, in tower, aud one hundred other flower
lug Plant* and Evergreens.
Also Fruit Tre a, including Pear*, Apple*, Pcaob-
os, Apricots, Nectarine*. Cherries and Grapes.
Also a large variety or choice Bulbous Roots.
Utisens or Savannah la want or line Planta _
Fruit Tree*, are respectfully requested to call and
make their eeleotlona. de3I-tf
CLOTHING, CLOTHING, CLOTHING.
OVEBCOAT8, OVEBCOATS, OVERCOATS.
BLANKETS, BLANKETS, BLANKETS-
SHAWLS, SHAWLS, 8HAWIS, SHAWtS.
HATS, HATS, HATS, HATS, HATS.
Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., Ao„ Ac. Ac., Ac.
WM. O. FRICK,
147 Bay street.
and Straw ColorIfiuSSw Juet re
ceived and for sale by
WM. R. 8YM0NB,
novM M Whttakor el.
For sale cheap by
H ARPER’S New Monthly Magazine for
January, 1867; Godey’e Lady's Book Tar Jan
uary; Graham’e Illustrated Magaxlne for January;
Arthur's Home Magazine for January.
The Laughable Adventure* or Messrs. Brown,
_mes and Robinson, by Richard Doyles. Forsalo
at the Southern Book and Stationery Depot by
... * DAVIS
lJ 50 casks dear Side*
26 do ribbed do
6 de Shoulder*
a do Hama; Juat received by
dedl RODGERS NORRIS, k CO.
XV 21 boxea Raisins
24 half do do
50 qr do do
lteccived-per steamer and for aa'e by
deal RODGERS, NORRIS
POTASH AND SUGAR-
X 10 casks Potash
860 bhls ABA Ctiugar;
Just received and foraafe hr
McIntosh go. shjcuiff sals.
W ild, bo sold en the Drat Tuesday in February
next. 1857, before the court houe* door In
tbe city ol Darieu, within the legal or sale, the fol
lowing property, to wit:
The AtlanUo steam mill, together with all the ma
chinery, fixtures, Ac. (hereunto belonging; also, tbe
uiUI site un wbkfo said mill Is eituetei, containing
flvo acres, more *r leu, Ahd twenty-fire thousam
feet rcfuBod plank, levied on to aatlery a fi fa iuued
out of she Superior Court in favor of A Mode va. At*
Untie steam Mill, BuckmanABrother owners there*
ol Property , olnted out by plaintiff’s attorney.
Tirms cash; purchaser peylngfor title.
deSI W U.jHORPB, Sheriff Mcl. C.
<>i.e ; Bull In Town And In Trouble^-
Oi.k Bill, the celebrated Norwegian violinist,
wan arrested yesterday morning by a Deputy
srteriffou a civil suit, and daring the day
“might have been seen’ 1 in the company oftbis
agreeable companion and his own lawyer,
wandering about the City in search of bail,
which he finally obtained. Ole Bull came to
this country 14 or 15 yeare ago on a profes
sional visit, nnd remained here for some time.
About five or six years back he brought over a
Norwegian colony, whlsh;he settled in Penn
sylvania. By the roguery ofsome oi his agents,
lie became greatly involved, and has been since
constantly engaged in litigation, which hto
unfortunate campaign in the Academy of
Music largely increased. During the tote politi*
cal campaign he established a Norwegian
Fremont paper out west, and waa otherwise
nctivc in the Ropublicau cause.—AT. V. Timet,
Thu only romody ever odhred to the public that
hu* never lolled lo euro, whoa directions are fol
lowed, U M'Iauo’s Liver Pills, prepared by Flem
ing Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa. It has been several
years before the public, aud has been iutroducod
la ull sections of tbe Uuiou. Where It has been
used, it lias bud tbe most triumphant success, and
has actually driven out of uso all other modiciues.
It iius bt-on tried under nil tho dilforeut phases or
JkqNUis, uud lias been round equally efficacious in
Ai“ Purchasers wUl bu careful to ask for Dr.
M’Iauc's Celebrated Uvor Pills, monutsutured by
Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa. There are other
Pills purporting to bo Uvor Pills, now before the
public. Dr. M’lAiie’s guauiuo liver 1111s, also his
celebrated Vermifuge, can uow bo had at all re
spectable drug stores.
None gcuulne without tbe siguatuie or
A regular mouthly meeting or tha Board
of Health will bo held uu Weduesduy uoxt,
the Hist iiiHt •, at 7Ji o’clock, P. 51.
Members w'll examine their Wards curefu ly aud
ri-p.irt all nuisances. By order of
M. J. BUCKNER, Chairman.
d. A. T. Lawcxxos, tiee’y. deSo
YOB HAW KIN BY XL LB.
Anil Intermediate Landings.
'•WifeDn-i The steamer OAK, Capt. Leith, will
■■iilSBLleaT* as above from the Cbarloeton
uuwoari tide evening. Fer frelaht, Ac, apply to
J. W. 1.ATHROP A 00., Areata.
Savannah, Dec. 81st, I860. decal
At a meeting or the Washington Fire
Company, held at their Hall, on Friday
evening, 28th inst., the following resolutions were
read aud adopted:
Resolved, That the Secretary be end hereby is
ordered to publish fer two weeks the following
Resolved, That all persons having claims against
the Washington Firo Company present tbe same to
tho Secretary on or before the leal Friday in Janu
ary, or payment will be debarred.
True extract from the minutes. *
H. F. WILUNK, Jr., Chaimum.
Fhaxk A. Fans*worth, tiee’y W, V. Co.
Oglethorpe Lodgr No. I, I. 0*~0« F*
Members or tbe above Lodge ore request
ed to attend a regular meeting this night,
7 )j o'clock, It belug tbe regular Light for
tbe olcctimi of ofDcers.
deUO-li R. W. UOWBLL, tiee’y.
and for tale by
McMAHON A DOYLE.
S ALT-2000 sacks tialt (10 to a ton) landing per
bark Empress and for solo by
dc29 OARLETON A PARSONS.
C OAL—42 tons House Coal landing per bark Em*
pros* and for sate by
deo29 CARLhTON A PARSONS.
I RON—20 tons No 1 Scotch Pig Iron tandir g per
bark Empress aid for sale by
decilt OARLETON A PARSONS.
LE—60 bbls J Taylor A Boo’s Ale
, Received and for sale bj
MoMAHON A DOYLE.
/'I ANDY, CANDLES, COFFEE.
60 boxes aaaortedCandy
160 boxes sperm, adm’e and tallow Caudles
76 boxes fresh ground Coffee
160 sacks Rio do
76 mate Old Gov’t Java do
Received and for eats by
dec20 MoMAHON A DOYLE.
F G HAMS, BACUN AND SHOULDERS.—A fresh
u,»py uit reuoivel per siet-nar Ktoxvi lie,
adn for sale by dec 7 J. D. JKBBE/
OTUART’8 SUGAIL—50 bbls Crashed and
O Powdered 8Qgar, 60 do A and B Clarified do,
60 do Baltimore 0 do. Received and for sale by
SCRANTON. JOHNSTON A CO.
B utteb and oheese^-u kegs choice
Goshen Butter 76 boxea dodo Cheese. Und
liif from schooner Holcombe, sad for sate by
dec28 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON A CO.
u. M. GRIFFIN ha* returned from New
York abd la this -—
stock er Watohw; *
V are, Ac., and wl ri
all other* In want of such artlctoa i give ffim a
call. Now goods will bo bponjngaU this week.
U. M. GRIFFIN,
succoeeor to lato M. Eastman,
corner Bryan and Whitaker streets,
dock first oomer above PnUakl House.,
SAVANNAH WATER WORKS.
OFFICE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, I
November 18th, I85fi. J
mUK WATER RENTS for tbe presont/eer were
. . due from tho 1st instant, and payable at the
o oo of the Board.
Tho attentlou ol those persons supplied with
ter from the works la uafled to 8eoUott 20 of An
Ordinance to amend an Ordinance for the care and
management or tbe Savannah Water Works,
uovis R. J. It, BEE, Secretary.
FEW YOUNG GENTLEMEN can bo aooommo-
dated with board and lodging on Braaghton
street, nearly opposite H. Horse’s House Furnish
ing Store. Also, a few Day Boarder*. nov!2
Savannah, 1st Dec
or Flour the
per bbl, Broad must weigh
to cent loaf must weigh 21b box.
a *» “ “ ttboox.
s » “ “ 9MO*.
JAMES ti. WUaKINB,
, City Treasurer.
fpHE undersigned will, for five dollars per lot,
. . examine any lands In the. counties of Appling,
Wayne, Ware or Coffee, and report tothe owner as
to their present value,'tbe prospect for their be
coming more valuable iu future, and whether or
not there la being any treapaii committed thereon,
Invariably pledging hlmielf to give a true and cor
rect account, for which all remittances wUl be ox*
pected In advance.
He will also sell and remit when requested, aud
i directed.for seven per cent.
Ue will also promptly attend to all proreeslooal
business entrusted to his care.
, VERNON C. MuLENDON,
my lit Attorney at law, HomesvlUo, Ua
ciTY tiiTRBM^A BALE;
4 '1 W)RGIA—Cirt or Savamxar—Will oe sold on
1 X the Unit Tuesday in Jan., bufore the court house
i oor or Chatham county, by ordor of HU Honor,
Johu M. MiUen, Judge of tho CUy Court or Savau-
nab: one lot or rice, coffee, tea, reap, mackerel, pep
per, codfish, herrings, claret, pickles, butter, grlta,
butter biscuit, pilot bread, one large lamp, one
dock, scales and weights, and divers other articles
usually contained in a variety grocery store; said
property being levied on by an attachment la favor
ortieabornGoodallvs. Christopher Flege, returna
ble to tbe Februrry term or City Court ol Savannah,
EDW’D M. FRENDKKGAST,
Jeiw Sheriff City Court or Savannah.
C YlTY MAHSliAl.’ti SALte^Ou the Ifral Tuesday
j Iu January noxt I will sell Iu front or tbe
court House, improvements on South hair of lot No.
88 Warren ward, together with the lease of said
lot, levied upon as tho property or tbe estate of
Clara A Oglesby and Min Matilda Rosa, to satiety
the city taxes or said property.
• dot-0 DAN’L II: STEWART, 0. i
A LL persons owning Cherokee Lands, applying'
at office No. 86 Bay street, can getsomo Infor
mation from them on the nature of tho country,
tho undersigned having, spout the most of ton
years In Cherokeo, Ga.; will also purchase if prices
aiffi. deSO J. M. WOOD.
TJEOKIYED BY WARNOOK tc DAVIS,
XI MMdaj. DM. SMb, ISM:
Silver Wood; a book of memories;
The Knight ofthe Golden Mellco, a historical ro
mance; by the author or Tbe Lost Hunter;
An Enoyolopedla oT Instruction, or apologues and
breviata on man and manners; by A B Johnson;
The Voyages, Travel* aud Adventures or Gilbert
Goodhoad, In foreign parte, written hlnwoir, nnd ed
ited by Fetor Parley;
Tho Puddloford Papers, or Humor* or tho West;
by H H Rlloy;
The Balloon Travol* or Robert Merry aud his
young friend* over various countries In Europe;
edited by Peter Parley:
Mary and Hugo, or the I .oat Angel; by Elizabeth
Utter* written by the Earl or Chcstertiold to his
tion. For sale et
a-'J 169 Congress street.
4JTUARTS SUGAR, COFFEE, ETC.
U 60 bbls. Stuarts Craahod and Powder tiugar.
60 bid*. Stuart* A k B Clarified <
26 bbla Baltimore C do .
160 bags Prime Greene Rio Coffee,
too bag* Fair Green Rio do
60 bag* Old Government Java do iu mat*,
76 bags Primo Lagulra do
26 bag* Maracaibo do
10 hbd* Prime Porto Rico Sugar
10 bhde Fldr Porto Rico do
10 bhde Choice St. Croix do
60 bbl* E Phelps Rye Gin
25 bbl* Old PAH do
60 bbl* Luther Feltons, Boston Rum
60 bbU N 0 Rectified Whiskey
20 bbls Domestic Brandy _
120 54 cask 4th Proof Brandy
16 H cask 4th Proof Brandy'
60 boxes Grant A Williams, 6 A 8 Tobacco
26 boxes 10* do
In store, and for sale by
dec 7 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON A CO.
j, COFFEE, BUGAB, &€.-
_ 20 hhdi and 60 bbls choice Molaase*,
16 bhde choice St Croix Sugar,
10 do do Porto Rico Sugar,
10 do fUr do do
160 bags prime Green Rio Coffee,
76 do fair do do
UO do (of mats) Old Government Java Cnffoe,
60 do prime Laguuyra Coffee,
60 do prime Porto Rico do
60 boxes Grant A Williams’ 6s and 8s Tobacco
20 do lOsTobacoo,
60 do Oswego Pearl Starch,
26 do Beadell’s Pearl Starch,
60 do Boadell’s 6a and 8s Tallow Caudles,
26 do Colgate’! Oriental do
60 do Adamantine (8tor brand) Candles,
60 bbls hand-made Sugar aud Soda Crackers,
26 'boxes Soda Crackers, and 20 bbls Batter do,
100 d* 8mUh A Buchan’* Family Hoap,
60 do Colgate’s Pale Soap,
100 do Colgate’* pound bar Soap,
In etore and for sala by
doc27 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON A 00.
PIPES, PICKLES, FEFFEK; paper, 5c
X 60 boxes English Pipes,
100 eases assorted, pints and quarts, Pickles,
100 boxes fresh ground Pepper,
126 reams assorted size wrapping Paper,
Received and for sale by
dec3 McMAHON A DOYLE.
TUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER:
cl White Moire Antique Ribbons
do Brocade and Satin do
do and black Belt do
Vmnmw Tassel Buttons
Embroidered Swiss Muslins
Childrens X Fancy Hose
Col’d Moreens, FaneyPrinta, Ac., by
d*19 HENRY LATHROP A 00.
TliPORTED UQUOBS^W hill pipe* (oor
X own Importation) O. D. A Oe. Brandy, vintage
of 1860-’62; 6 pipes (MederSwan) Holland GlnTlO
quarter pipes Madeira Wine; 1 puncheon Jamaica
Rom; ldo 84 Croix do. Just received and for sale,
dec 27 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON A CO.
l?LOUB*—160 bags Flour, 50 bbla Baltimore
X do, and 60 Extra do Just received aud ~
store, for sale by
dec27 SCRANTON, JOHN8TON A 00.
A LBANY ALE-35 bbla Bead & Brothers’
Albany Ale. Landing and for sale by
dec27 SCRANTON, JOHNSTON A 00.
-RUTTER, CHEESE AND LABD—Justre-
JD ceived, 6 kegs choice Goshen Butter, lObexes
Cheese, lOpkga LeaTLard, for eatoby WM
mm DAVID O’CONNOR, ■
d*38 corner Broughton and Drayton its
V 606 bajn folr to choice Rio Coffee
100 begs old brown and government Java
76 bags Lagulra Coffee
*°‘ 1 f ° r ‘sOL&UiBE, JOHNSON k 00.
B BOOkfl. 'BBUaflfca. 5WMBTTB:
CUH, kit., ku—lMdozS ud Silrtaftroomi
lMdra iko., gcrabblng ud .ton kraakH; llOdrn
Sand 8 boon buckets; 16 bbls fresh, auger
aad batter Mseult; ft bbls fresh pUot bread; re
■ t aP Wr McMAHON k DOYLE.
'~i l^rtiTT i tfMku
Only l»,000 NnmlwnlM
PRIZE'S payablT without reduction .
Jasper County Academy
BV AUTHORITY OF THE 8TATK OFUEOKUM.
*»,(• draw. Juuiry lCUi, 15S7, »l Coucorl H«ll,
MacomGa., under tho sworn superintendence ol
Ool. GeorgoM. I/igan oud W. 0. Anderson, Esq.
4V Remember this Lottery has ouly fifteen
thousand numbors—less than any lottery in the
world, therefore it is tho best for invostmoai. Ex •
amine the Schomo t.
A U. persons having demands agaluet WOOD A
HINES will please present them forthwith at
my offloo, 86 Bay street, formerly Young A Wyatt’s,
or at the office ol' my attoruoy, George A Gordon,
K*q;und allpcrsous indebted to said firm are here
by cautioned uot to pay over any amount except
upon my receipt or that ormy said attorney.
TUo public are also notiflod that I will not be re-
Bpoimliilo for any contracts or obligations or any
k nil made by .tam-m Hiues, iu thenamo or Wood
A Hiues, as 1 have dissolved all couuoctlon with
him whatever aud tho partnership has oeased to
exist. do22-tt J. M. WOOD.
i'ERSUNS having demands against tho
,„.„to of Kllhu Wilson, late of Effingham coun
ty, deceased, will present them duly attested; and
llunstf ludeb'.ud aro requested to make immediate
payment U» HENRY J. WILSON, or)
ao«24 STEPHEN A. W1I50N, / “ ^
A ll, persons having claims against tho estate of
Georzo M. Wnldburg, tatoof Obatham county,
deceased, are hereby uotlfled to present them,
roperly attested, to tbe undersigned, within the
Itno proscribed by law; and all persons indebted
to said estate are hereby required to mako imme
diate payment to the underalgned.
JACOB WALDBURG, Administrator
cum testamento annexo or estate ot
deol-tf George 61. Waldburg.
T WO months after date application will bo made
to the Honorable, tho Court of Ordinary of
Chatham county, for leave to soil all tho property,
real and personal, ofthe estate of Goorgo M. Wald
burg, late of said county, doceased, forthobonollt
>f the belr and creditors of said estate.
JACOB WALDBURG, Administrator
cum testamonto annexo of ostata or
decl-2m Goorgo M, Waldburg.
THE HAVANA PLAN,
PRIZES GUARANTIED I
i « .*.*:*.
4 “ of $1,000 are
6 “ or 600 aro
80 '* of 100 aro
1,600 “ of 40 are
20 approximations or $100 are $2,oou
60 “ 60 are 2,600
60 “ “ 20 aro 1,000
1,712 prises amounting to,.. $102,01-
Tickets $10—Halves $6—Quarters 82.60.
The 1^00 Prizes or $40 are determined by the
last figure of tho uumuorthat draws tho Capital
Prize of $16,000. The Capital Prize will, ol course,
end with one or the figures—1,2,8,4,6,6, 7,8,9,
0. Tliuao Whole Tickets ending with the sathu
figure as the last In tho Capita will bo ontitled to
$40. Halves and Quartors In proportion.
banka taken at par.
4VThom wishing particular number* should
GEO. MoOLEtiKY, Agt-
S O H K M E
Will bu drawu every Saturday.
I prize ut
2 prizes of $600 are
60 do 100 ar.->
100 do CO are
1600 do 10 are
Whole tickets $4; Halves $2; quartets $1
Orders addressed to .
JAMES F. WINTER, Manager, Macon. Ua
GEO. A. McCLMRY, Agent,
curut-r Dryau and Whitaker eta., Savannah.
PUS or TUX IrOTIKRY.
Same uk the Royal Lottery of Cuba—with this
difference: the Havana Lottery Imn 36,000 num
bers—this has only 15.000. ,
There are two wheels, on each «r which there
are placed two Irocks. The Superiutendeuta have
each a key lo the Locks, and tho wheels cannot bo
opened unless both aro present. There are placoiH*
in tbe wheel orumnbors Uu tubes containing Blips
or paper with tbe numbers from No. 1 to 16,000 iu
the Whoui or Prizes tbure aro placed tin tubes con*
tetnlug slips or papor with the Prizes ou them rang-
leg from *16,000 to $100,
When tho drawing takes place, wbluhwlli bg in.
public, tho wboels aio unlocked, uud alter revotviog
thorn, a number Is drawu uulut the wheel ot iium-’
bora, audattbusamo time one is drawn out of the
Prize Wheel by boys, with arms burod to the Hhoul-
der aud blindfolded—the tube i.i supped oil) aud the
number hold up and unrolled, so that tho whole
nudioucot-.au see It—the number m then called ofi'.
and enrolled by tho Superintendents. Tho Prize
drawn to credited to tho uuraber drawn at the same
time, and bo on until ull the Prizes at e drawn out.
A copy of tbe drawing is then sent lo tliu printers,
rear or favor.
A drawing is sent toovory one orderlug tickets.
Tbe Prizee ure payable thirty days alter tbs
drawing, in lull, without any discount.
49- Drawings take place oatbol&th of every
month. JAMES F. WINTER,
Managor, Maoon, Ue.
A LL persons having demands against tbe estate
of Daniel O’Conner, deceased, will hand them
n, duly attested, as required by law;and those in-
dented will pleoso moke payment, to
Wa R. SYMONS, Quaililod Adm’r.
November 8th, 1866. °ov8
A LL porsons indebted to tho Estate of Jaao Mo-
Donald, Uto of McIntosh county, docoasod,
aro requested to make Immcdlato payment; (boa-
having demands against said Estate aro requested
to prosont them, duly authenticated.
1 MUSES D. HARRIS, Executor.
Nov. 7th, 1868. dot?
W YLLY A COLLINS have taken an office on
tho corner of Drajrton at. and Bay lime, op-
ooBlte tne oince 01 u. a.
ranaactlon of un Auction and General Brokerage
bU Rcal S»d Personal Estato sold ou Oommisslon; ol-
so. Stocks and Bonds* Loans negotiated. Liberal
advances mado on property entrusted to them for
sale. « dovIS
A GRAND MAIL X LAND LOTTERY
(Ou tlio Havana Plan.)
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY, OF
Extra Clatt 1,
To be drawn SATURDAY, Jun. 31st, iu Baltimore,
BO,GGU Numbers 7-1,000 Prizes |
In these Lotteries every Prlzo must be drawu by
some one, au all tbe Prizes aro drawn out or tbe
TH Hubbard A Co. are authorized by tbe mana
gera to fill ail orders.
AnguiU .iid S»v«ui^J IWl EM,}
mHE Annual Election for Seven (7) Directors or
a this Company wlU be held on Monday, tho 6th
of January noxt, at the office corner of Bay and
Aborcorn streets, botvreonthe hours of 10A. M. and
..... rDiunta t wriY
FRANCIS T. WILLIS,
Central H. H. « Banking Co. of On.,)
Savannah, Dec. 3, 1866. /
D IVIDEND No. 67.—The Board or Directors
have this day declared a Dividend of FIVE
per CENT, on the General Stock or tho Company,
from the profits ol tbe ,-ast six months, payable on
Monday, December 16th.
Holders or Guaranteed Stock will be paid tbelr
usual dividends on tbe same day.
dcc4—3w GEO. A. CU VLER, Cashier.
CcntnU R. R. dfBanklnfCo.of Gat, 1
Savannah, Dec. Sd. 1866. j
r E annual election for Directors of this Com
pany will bo held at tho Banking House on
Bay street, on Monday, 6th January next, between
tbe hours oflOo'ctock A. M. andlo’clock, P. M.
deS-td GEO. A. CUYLER, Cashier.
Rank of Commerce, 1
Savannah. 8d Deo., 1858. /
1Y a Resolution or the Board, It Is ordered that
the third Instalment of Twenty-five dollars per
snare, on tho Capital Stock or this Bank be paid on
or before the filet January next-
JNO: C. FERRILL, Cashier.
Omcs Sav’d, albojj* A Quit R. R. Oo.,!
Savannah, Nov. 6,1868. J
mHE tieventh Instalment of 10 por cent, on th
X Capital Stock of tho Savannah, Albany and
Guff Rail Road Company, by a Resolution of the
BoardTia hereby ordered to bo paid on or before
oovd Secretary and Treasurer.
FUR JANUARY, 1867.
R. France 4b Co., Manager*.
Drawings conducted under tho superintendence of
tho State Lottery Commissioner.
Prixea Paid at soon aa Drawn,
1 “ I*.::::::*.’.:::::::*.::::::
4 of $160 Appro’x
4or 100 “
4 or 90 “
80I 80 “
8 or 70 “
8 of 80 “
8 or 60 “
756 or 10 “
1,000 prizos, amounting to
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $6; Quartors $2 to
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY OF
To be drawu iu Baltimore, lid.,Saturday, Jan, 24.
78 Numbers—16 drawn ballots.
1 prise ol $80,000
4 “ ejuoo
THESE BISCUIT AND CRACKERS
TUST RECEIVED, comprising ell the different
tl kinds New York affords, consisting oTCMgress,
Egg, Milk, Wine, Lemon, Soda, Abernathy, Maple,
and other Biscuit, New Year’s Cake, Ginger and
ploed8napa, Fox’s, Batter, Boston, Lemon, Pic
flc, Graham, Water; Sugar, and Fancy Cracker*-
all of which we shall keep constantly on hand and
receive fresh supplies by every steamer at tbe
TIAfl IKUH TXAil
mHE CHOICEST and best assortment or TEAS
X ever offsred at retail to this city, Includiag
English Breakfoat Tea,
Silver Leaf Hysoo,
and other favorite qualities,
noS6 oomer Broughton and .Whitaker ate.
38,306 prizes, amounting to $1,202,000
Tickets $20; Halves $10; Quar. $6, Eighths $2.60.
Certificate Ct Package or26 Wholes, cosh. 4286 00
do. do. 26Halves, “.... 182 60
do. do. 28Quarters,* 4 ,... 66 26
do. do. 26Eighths, 33 12
-.T All orders for Tleketa or Packages In any 01
the Maryland Lotteries wUl receive prompt atten
tion. and the drawing mailed to all purchasers im
mediately altar It is over.
Address T. H. HUBBARD 4c CO.
No. 39 Fayettestreet,or Box No. 40„
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commorUUd to hath, u often as they chooHtt one
dollar a month, all inbierlhm t. commence from
Em. umiMtoNor. 1, W7, (br *S.
tiingle hatha. 26 cents.
8r*>on ticket from lit May to UI Kor., su.
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H. B. lOtotMcrlben, In addition to thowlharo,
WliHI nntak.atlh.knrprloo or 13 doUan a
norll J. M. H., 1«1 •
TEf BBOZCK COUBSM.
DAB AND DINING SALOON for
rYent Apply immediately to
d*27-8 K. F. AKIN, Sec’y.