■ TMB MAILS.
, BAiLBOiD, saroufil pouchoe for New
ft 0® r fV,i„7S,. n’MUington. Aagoeta, Cbula-
lW “^iUii.»jAD, tluough pouchee tor Huh-
IK >» ,r “‘VulBdgoviUa »o-J Aagni., Mid w.y
fin*. Ooalril Biiltjul, »sJ ell pouile oou-
#“ :,x Ko'clocke«ry morning .
"I 3 - *V a hd GUM Railroad, for *11 points on
Stif'f, consigaoas; Bainbridge, Fernoudina,
tte r ° .“f.r All oaru of Florida, via Florida Brandi
»*.. » a, f l „ mVdaify, except Saturdays.
r* u;r m in Braad-vick, St. Simons’s Island, St.
t' r . 'cout^aourf country, by steamer at 1
li‘ r - Moudjy and Thursday, •
t Lrne points, except Darien, by llBamer. at
t r ‘i t,very Wednesday moraiug.
8 - SEi' dlSSX WITHOUT DANGER OF LOSS,
?' J ‘ 0 f iiouoy Orders, at the Savannah Post Of-
ft ' 1 '- ,« will open for business at 9 o’clock a. m.,
m. on wimtajr. “1“ °fflc
aud ^ uued lor tlie duiivery of the mail from 9 to
T. P. Robb, P. M.
i followinn named perssons are authorized to act
to receive subscription* and adverUsements
Tr-le Ne ws Hxbald.
* r y _ Wit EiiiLL. Jr., Ball street, corner Bay
ll,,e \-»v_Havkms i Browh, Sews Dealers.
* A ,Vimtutili.--l'HEODOBE B. WlBDUd..
r VvdASVlLLE-J. it. »• Davis.
iji.-J. J. Keen.
U UV ,',v—AnOLWI A. OMBKBQ Jn.
uUJ fn S OA.-D.W. Davis.
S fJksdEAli. HA.—Jas. L. Mos.tt.BY, Bsq.
^,»PtrjN. UA.-Qkoboe S. iiBKBEHT.
Sf. Sjs HEAD, S. c-W. H. itaieVtox.
U * ItsVlLLlS, FLA.—Db. PORTER.
k.Vs'rlJELLO, FLA.-THOS. SlilMOSM.
r , \(lSdi’DN, FLA.—H. SXA.VWOOB.
Uiuuu*. «•»-">• W JUSBfl -
M FLA.—THOMAS J. 5U8PAB1).
W ■•-lTTY I'Ll—M. L Moo UK. §
jndikoSYII.Lt;. FLA—E. li. liKID.
f vN ASDI.SA, FL --J- M. PAYNM.
ivvo.iA.-d. Al. FfiriiHOiLO a Uo., 37 Park
>E ; ’ t-uusdo.. No. i Spruce street; 0. H.
«\lo New York Herald Building, and J.
I'da * ••
M. PBTriNaiLX, A Oo., State street,
. jwiuoK l* KoWsitt. A Co., 23 Congress street, A.
w “,.‘ , s suo, No. 89 Court street; S. E Niles.
F 'pdlLAL>ELl’HIA—JuY Cob * Co., 1*4 South Sixth
^Kr’INNATl—8. H. Pabvin, 176 Pine Street;
ri K QOBVUS a Mack. 130 Pine Street.
I’.iioatio-COOK. Cob OKU A Co.. 8* Dearb rn-st.
- d -Ei’LK, tld4-, Die General Travelling
J* eUl fo r the Nhws and Hkbild lor Florida and
Sniii western Georgia.
5 i' -*F*A3ld W everywhere are authorised to re-
^ceivc’jilveraseuioutsand subscripaous at our reg-
* uLr rates-
ffe have counected with the Nfcws and HbkaLD
BiUbUsiuneut, a hue Job Printing OMoe, complete
fTiresojcto, wi.ii new lype, presses and other
lii. il audeouipeieut workmen. Orderslrom the
ui tr* can be iorward-.d by mail or express, and
will be promptly lilied, at as low prices as anywhere
Bbfore flan. E. 0. Ahdebsos, Mayor.
% Tvmm, February 25, UN.
When, in the coarse of humsn^tvents, it beeomes
necessary tomak* a full detkil ef the proceedings of
thaMayorfa Ceort, a due regard should be had to
the wishes of partis*, plaintiff and, defendant. Wo
went to the Oetfrt y»sterday*perfeot?y nnbiaaed in
thought, word, deed or expression, and were met by
the. gentleman from Lee, named , with a
request, accompanied by the proffer of payment, if
we would keep the name of Miss Mary Richards,
colored, out of tbs newspaper. Upon the first blush
we consented, but an after-clap convinced us that
Misb Mary Bichards was not the lady we thought htr
to be; consequently wo state the case exactly as it oc
Mary Bichards (colored) was arrested by order of
Lieuieuant Howard,, of the Police, and the charge
against her was disorderly conduct, abusing aud re-
slating the officer in the discharge of his duties, and,
second, very disorderly in the Police Barracks.
The facta of the case were these, Mary Bichards
who said she was a teacher and friend of the G. M.
Department was at the fair. A disturbance among
the negroes congregated around the door attracted
the notice of the Lieutenant of Police which was in
process of being quelled when Mary Richards with
opprobrious language and coarse demeanor, ac
costed the officer. Sue said that in New Tork they
didn’t do things tbusly, and after several admoni
tions from the officer she warordered under arresst
and placed in charge of a policeman. Her oonduct
at the Barracks was in keeping with her frailties
when arrested, aud she scratched, tore and otherw ise
injured the hair of the sentinel whose duty it was to
The gentleman from Lee county, who appeared as
her counsel, and wno seemed perfectly satisfied that
justice would be done in the premises, offered to pay
he Local Editor of this paper a round sum if he
woaldkeep her name out oi the paper; this sugges
tion of learned counsel acxmnts for the tact that the
name of the daiusel does not appear in these col
umns. She was fined eight dollars and costs, and an
appeal was taken by the ’’lawyer from fee’’ to the
City Council at their next meeting
S. Hill, Hubert Williams, Tom Wilson, Jack Hana-
lay aud Louisa Miller, all negrons and half and had,
were arraigned lor disorderly and riotous conduct
on Bryan Bow. Thu general peace and qulst of the
city was very seriously disturbed in tho locality men
tioned by a rosy.pa the Row aforesaid, In which the
above parties were la^licaUd. Aftor hearing the
case it was adiudg^l that Robert Williams and Tom
Wilson, two precious youug scamps, be confined for
fony-eight horns in the lock-up, the others being
A Mr. Paul (not oar friend of the Merchants’ Ex-
chaugej wa-rcharged with forestalling the Market.
The city made a bad case, not against the defendant,
but against the officer, Mr. Paul being dismissed
without cosia or any other demands ag rinst his per
son or bis purse.
Ma John A. Grubb is tiro authoriz«d collector for
th c NrvFo and ileu kLD, aiul any adverUsements or
M l*crl,»uou9 Handed to lmu will receive prompt at-
Index to New Advertisements.
lue iieaoisLip Montgomery sails for New York next
Card erf Ur J. B. Newton.
& fcrencb'^eutieniau wishes board in a family where
lie can £tvc instruction.
Necklace of plain g;dd beads lost.
Canary wir. s aud cages for «ale at Meves* Savannah
Two light trettiug wagons for sale by Bobt. Haber-
chuui * ^ona.
Seed rice for i-ale by Eobt. Habersham A 8ons.
F.r Liverpool—the fine Al ship Aaron Brown.
Meeting of Georgia Chapter, No. 3, K. A. M., this
evening 7)4 o'clock. jfi
Auction sale ol lurniture, etc., to-morrow morning
ai 11 o’clock, by Bell -S Hull.
Underwriters’ a»le of candy this morning, at 11
o'clock, by Beil A Hull.
Auction sale of groceries, etc., this morning, at lO*
o'clock, by Bell A Hull.
Auction sale of pork this morning, at 11 o’clock, by
ball A Hnil.
Earost*ne oil for si'e by Williams. Ward « Mcltitire.
Notice that afi bills against, the ship Giants’ Cause
way mast be presented this morning.
Flits.—An alarm of fire was autiuded yes-
tiiday evening at 8 o’c lock. Tbe different fli e com
pmlea promptly responded to the call, bat their ac-
ut« services were nut needed, aa it was simply the
v-’-L-c-hitt. ,,f a. Chimney upon me premises Of
Major A idereon, which was bqudohed before the
ezines reached the rpit.
v Auction Ha lb.—We call the attention of
pitties interested to tbe sale of dry goods, clothing,
•loots. sho* H, etc , advertised by Messrs. Blun A
Mayer to take place this day, at 10 o’clock, a. m
ter (tore Nu. 105 Broughton street.
Educational.—We are informed by tbe
8uperiui.ru Jeut of Public School*. Mr. B. Mellon,
i»: be boa on his list a large number of applicants
for the position of teacher, moat of them ladies, and
among them many who are exceedingly well quali-
fled, both by education and experience, far tbe duties
of that rcdjmuriblfc position. He w-onld like to aid
tUues teachers in obtaining sitoations, and desirea
us to eay that Trustees of Sanools, or ethers desiring
t-»i U*r=. may make application to him, stating the
character and circumstances of their school, the kind
of teacher wanted, a^i Whether male or female; also,
taa amount of s.vury offered. He wiU at once put
teem m comnMQi>'<*iiou with well qualided teachers,
an 1 thus fir>her tbe interests of b >th parties.
Mr. M-'ileu, from his position of Sapirintendent of
PublL Schools, his long exporianoe as teacher and
-exteoaive persoual acquaintance with teachers, is
^eiain^ntly quali iei to luruieh all necessary informa
tion. and to make selections to suit the requirements
of the schools in need of iuatrnotors.
4^For other commercial new*see first page.
Oman or the News and Hesald,
Savannah. Febrnsry 25—6 P. M.
Kino of Pain sold by Druggists generally
T. li. Walsh, Wuolesale Ageut.
Hon. W. B. Fleming. Presiding.
The Court mat at 10 o’clock, A. M. yesterday, and
the case of the State vs. item Fields and Tom Reilly
(colored), charged with the murder, as pnucipsls, in
the second degree, ofJolin Hallford, was called. This
case has excited some int real in the community aud
has already been reported ia the case of Stafford,
convicted at this terra of the Court. Fields and Ri
ley were alleged to have been partietpx criminu in
the murder of Hallford. Messrs. Thomas and Les
ter, assigned by the Court for the defence, made an
abieaud conclusive argument to tha jury, who re
turned a verdict of •* not guilty.”
Tbe case as already reported gives the whole ac
count of one of the most atroeious murders ever com
The Court adjourned until to-day at 10 o’clock,
oi the dccJ
re?' nd ni'
t * Mbo* J; ligLIA
J* J -.lion, 8
kdit?- 1 Mr - Alfred Kent, Off West
., V J ? o inspect a hose carriage
Highway Kobbery.— Seldom do we have
, to chronicle a <:.u*e of highway robbery, bat such is
.th; fact we »re obliged to muation as transpiring near
the city of Savannah, uu Monday : A youth named
Daniels, who reaVles about U miles from Savannah
on the Loutsvi mao can > to. town with a load of
country produ< ; bavin* gold the aume, he was re-
turuiug Lome wi 'n at the eight mile poet he was
captured by a irgt h«gtWad his cart gutted of all
t ie provisions urcl Sefifbmah. lio gave no
tice r,t .v , c .. i z j kU j tixa citizens turn-
v i fh. *t£er, but failed to capture
^ . 'at instance iu which,high-
\ d.wifl* people tra-reling the
in'-'* ' r:i, committed upon n
- .r.« »a« / v * since, and the extreme pen-
v , " q&iok upon the cimmission
* i V it the viltkin may be ar-
a > t i te.
Kbliablb ?—We are
and we do it in all
u j that it shontd be answer-
^B. h. We have in oar midst
n - i- 'fc .. 0 t tbs mechanic arts, both in
* u •«’ Kh r .j^ciieid o’design. Wlliink,
^ a * v, and a hundred other*
Wc eo ’ u v<i. a ; . flutes in mechanical skill
whl - h 1 ip.. \Ton* /•*out effect. We y«oterday
tisitedth Affg «- ••• - - ■ -
^Bging to ^ .. which had bceo fitted up
aoder tne for,.■: ane o. 5ak taut Fireman Barren of
c Fire Dap in .ont, ant wh.la looking at this Job
c*st our eyes al. >at for jiher item* of interest. A
'L'.am engine Uoet the bailfivrork of the establish
ment of Mr. Keat— living .tad platting the lumber
J*ernry to carry on . ;. W eetublbhraent for j
.wheel, carriage and blacksmith work. The
osecirriaie we inspected belong* to tho city, and
Tr* u° rm rly CjU d-iaaed; but, under the supervision
p 7^ B&rron * wl1 '’ ha8 in view the benefit of the
_ >re epartment, at a n outlay of some thirty dollars
. 18 t ’ een tnsdaa masliine which could not be par
ovnr N ° rtl1 41 iua limc8 that am >0Qt - Wi4 * tQrne< *
anrr 0 FUla8ki ’ Ii ’’ ( c,) l°red), and the boys will
eci »te tbe reel uy doing goud service in th# De-
reliabt r * UrAtU lh3 <lUS8,,on ’ ar ® cnr nio^hanics
evervtn ? ~’ aDd th<> fart her inquiry, can we not get
d id r 1 ,Qe iQ ® >aTanua h at prices be'ow what is
0 N ° !th "rn mechanics aud contractora.
. Hon. Levi 8. Bussell, Presiding,
e following cues were disposed of in this Coart
The State vs. John Murray, indicted for misde-
eanor, plead gni.ty, and waa sentenced to thirty
days or fifteen dollars fine.
• Joseph Cohen and Adolph Hugbsnsy were decided
aot fiflilfyon a cha’ge of larctmy.
Aekival and Depahtore of Steamsh k
e eteamshin Moutgontery. Captain Ljocs, an vn 1
- er dock ou the tide yesterday aftersous- Sx >
tafollowed closely by the Ban Salvador, Car 1*1
. erson. from the same port, both Ships br?n. Sag
freights and fair p raeenger lists. The puratin ut
• Miove steamers have our thanks tor full files of
' ‘ Tork papers.
The ateaniahip Leo, Captain Dearborn, cleared
7r era **** d win sail this morning, with » full
rei khtof cottuu and meichandise.
Savannah Fire Deparlineat—Hpeclal
A meeting of the havauuah Firs Department,
called for a special purpose, was held at the Firemen's
Hail last evening. Chief Waring iu the Chair, and a
quorum representing tbe different white fire aom-
panies being in attendance.
The roll was called, and the following answered to
their names: Messrs. Waring, Barron, Bluu, Cooper,
Kearney, Hurt, Dillon, Dixon. Eagan, Russell, Me
Kinzie and White.
Tbe Chairman stated that the object of the meeting
was to lake into consideration an ordiuancs submit
ted at the last regular meeting of Council for the bet
tor Government ol the Savannah Fire Department.
The orrfnunco w—» row? by the Secretary, and while
the reading of the same was going on an alarm »f
fire Was sounded. True to the instincts of firemen,
mere paper business went by tbe booed, and tbe
meeting nem. cun. adjourned to the scene of tbe tire.
he Department rc-aaarmbled at the Hall, aud re
sumed the business of tbe evening, reading the ordi
A preamble and resolution were offered by Fore
man Bluu, and a substitute offered by President Koe-
After some discussion, in which severaLjnsmbers
took part, the following preamble and*i3s§lntioris,
offered by President Bussell and amended by Presi
dent White, were adopted:
Whereas, An ordinance for the farther regulation
Of the Fire Department and the tire com pa Bias of the
city of Savaunab, their employees amimgfattte, and
for tbe better preservation of said city frSnrlfe, was
introduced at tho last session of Council, received l's
first readiag, and was published for information, Ac.,
And whereas. It is the opinion of this Board that if
said ordittince be passed, it will demoralise the pres
ent organization of tbediavanuali Fire Department—
Be it thereiure resolved. That a committee of four
be appointed by tbe Chief, aud that be be chairman
of said committee, to mek« a fair presentation to
,;ouncil of all matters pertaining to this Departmout
which need correction or change, and urge upon tapD
not to pass tbe said ordinance; and that s .id commit
tee be empowered to call upon tbe fcjayur and all
men, urging noon them the reasons why tha said
ordinance should not be passed.
Presidents RusaslL Dillon and White were appointed
High Times.—A aeries of robberies have
been committed, during tbe past two days, which
demonstrate the fact of an organized band of thieves
ju the community, and the failure of the police and
detective force to protect citizens from this wholesale
depredation. A widow lady had her house entered
aud literally gutted of everything valuable, including
her spoons and provisions. Another lady had her
rings taken from her fingers, after the administration
of chloroform by the robbers. It would be well if tbe
detective force, for which the citizens pay taxes,
would exercise diligence in arresting and bringing to
justice these outlaws.
Look Before You Leap.—We are re
quested by the gentleman whose place of business
was prominently placed in a manufactured local
published in our jptemporaneoua journals, and
beaded “Bhoofia* wttk Mttminy'’ and grits, to state
that there is not tbeeiatifififfrtot of troth In the affair,
tne said local being jnannCacturedf#* a peripatetic
news Vender and an ia item liable writer of poetry
without rhyme or sense. The gentleman and wife
rho have been bronght thus prominently before the
community feel naturally indignant, and by their
r<quint we make the above explanation.
Constitution Water is a certain cure for
Difibete* and all diseases of the Kidneys. For sale
by all Druggists. febll—eodlm
THE LEAST WANT ANTICIPATED'AT THE PEBFUUEEY
Perfnmery ia divided into five classes:
1st. Toilet soaps, cream* aoap powder*, and es
sences of soap.
2d. Pomades, oils, and cosmetics for the hair.
3d. Cologne waters, lavender waters, toilet vinal-
grea, extracts and essences for tbe handkerchief, and
spirituous waters for the toilet.
4th. Waters distilled or roses, of orange flowers
and of mint.
6th. Almond raSnm for tbe mtln, powder*, creeme.
mllke for the complexion, dentridee powder, nnd den-
trlfioe wntere, dyea for tbe belt, prepehtlon. for per
fnmlng tbe apartment* mid elegant eecbetrfor per.
We oennot, in ao jarge in aaeortment aa la found In
Hr Lippman’a Importing Houue, Sontbweat corner
of Barnard and duo grew street., particularize each
article. We would edelee erery one In wantor good!
in bin Uoe to call and examine bia beautiful and wen.
.elected stock, aa hta importation! of those beautiful
goods are upon the bps of erery one, not clone tbet,
bnt they are upon tbe pereona of our fairest ladies.
It baa bean the elm of thie eetablisbment to get out
everything thet is new and beautiful in France, *ng-
land. Scotland safl Germany. We invite one and all
to call and examine hi* *tock. febU-tf
Woods, A Jt.G K R.
Per steamer Pilot Boy. 1
* C, Rev G Allen, i G
gSTubh . _
ham, Bnghaa, H A Co, J
A J F Brown, Bolshaw /
Cooper, O A Oo, Clagho
Co, So Ex G®. Tiaon *
Woods, W H WiitWsrger,
Cotton.—Oar market to-day opened quiet, but
•teady. some holders being anxious to realize, and a
few sales ef middling are Reported at 21c. Buyers
did not appear disposed to operate until towards
noon, when they were*out, more ireely, but geueralijf
offered prices too low to soil holders. As tha' day
advanced tbe advices continued gloomy, but toward
the close New York reported a firm market, with on
advance of >«c, nhich caused this market to close
quiet, bit steady.
Prtnaa have ruled very irregular throughout the
day. We quote:
gamer * d, w g i
The sale* to-day have been as follows: 5 bales ai
17c, 18 at 18, C at 18*. 24 at 19, 831 at 20, 41 a* 20#,
348 at 21, 40 at 22;^>U1, upland, l.OOf bates.
Sea island* are steady and quiet, with sales to day of
29 bags, as fullowa: 2 bags at 35c, 12 ai 47, 8 at 52 aid
S at TO.
The receipts to-day amount to 3,415 bale*.
Gold—Opened firm and closed steady,
are buying at 142; selling at 1*5..
Exchange—New York sight, buying at and sell
ing at , 1 ,* 'P cent off: sterling advanced; bought at
165 for *ixty days sight.
Bacon.—The stock on hand is light, and the de
mand continues good. Prices are nominally un
changed. We quote: Shoulders, 12}iin,:3o; ribbed
aides, 14>«@14)ic; clear ribbed sides, 14^(all5c.; clew
aides, 15,^@lt>c; dry salted clear sid'-s, 13>i@14c.
Ham*, plain, itifcdlSc; cauvassed, 18(gi2uo.
Flour.—The market is quiet, and prices are the
aame as last quoted: Georgia super, $13 50; extra,
$15 50; extra family, $16<§t17. Northern, super,
$10 75(5)12 25; extra, $12 75^14 25; fancy and family,
Freights —To Liverpool, by steam, on uplands,
5^<i; on sea islauds, l'jt; by sail, on uplands,
>ad; on sea islands, %d; through via New York,
by steam, on uplands, ; on sea islands, 1 ‘jil.
To Havre, by sail, on uplands, l*«@l^o. To
New York, by steam, lo ou upland*. l;ic on sea
island, $2 50 ou rice, $1 ou domestics; : y
on uplands To Philadelphia, by steam, 3fc ouup-'
lands, $2 on rice, 75c ou domestics. To Bsltimui
steam, \con uplands. To Poston by steam^fi
lands, lo; through via Philadelphia, by fetaan;T^c.
In coastwisa there is a large quauiiiy of teei^it offer
ing, with a large supply of tonnage. Vessels arriving
would lie quickly placed at on cotton for Bos
ton; $10 <m lumber to New Yorx and Boston; rou-’h
rice, 12^ 13c to Boston, lGc from the Altunaha.
Caban freights are dull; little offering Tonnage is
also wanted foreign wise for timber and lumber.
Grain.—Tbe supply of couutry corn continues
fully equal to the demand. Qu stations are un
changed— trom depot, $1 45; ;roui store, $1 50.
Maryland coin is aeilibg at $1 45(gtl 50. and Tennes
see at $1 42, l a (fl»l 45. Oats are unchanged, and are
selling from wharf at 95c; from store, $1 lo; seed
oats, $1 15.
Rick.—The offering stock is small, and prices are
firm. Clean Carolina, lKjgdl.'^c; rough, $2 25(q,2 50;
Kan goon, 10,Sc: seed ranging from $3 to $5
Sugars.—Good stock, and prices unchanged. W*
quote: Crnshed, 18(^185*c; A white. 17c; B do, 16>ic;
extiado, 16c; yellow C, 14^@15>^c; brown clirified,
14>.c; Muscovado, 1314c; Porto Rico, 14(g»15c.
Thompson. Tison A G,
rg«f. Weed A C. WH
lay ward, Agt Empire Lime
New. York—A Jl
Alexander AS, H Bng-
nett St Co, Blan A M, J A
. Bell A H. Champion A F,
ok uv. uiutuuiv A O, Clarke, J A Co, J F
Co< mley, f WCornwell. SM Goldin*. JtaWitt A M,
Duncan k J.Mtotettre A 8v ffinstirn Al, X Kent A.
0#A A L Freidenberg, W ITGrifiln A Co. A Go aim.
L JGuilmartin k Co, C L Gilbert, H Gowdy, Prof J
Gores, Guerard k H, $ Goodall. MiUon A R. House
man, A k Co. W Hone, J E liernmidez. Holcombe A
Co. H A Co, A Kohler, J Koox, Z Lindsey, 8 M Lede-
rer, Levi dt B. J Lyons* M Lavin, l^throp A Co, H C
Uland, Levitt A Co. .Meinhard Bros * Co, J McGrath,*
A J Miller k Co, S 8 Miller, F M Myrell, 8 Moore, T
‘Moves, J C Maker A Co, C Metzler, W F May, Miller
Bro, M 8 Meyer, J Nolou* Orff A W, T Pauper, E J
»P #Oo, LeayittMCo, S M
ore, S McIntyre A Co, F X
J OMaker*Co, NeaPrtBe
Muffles A A, WOK ‘
tOo, 8* Kx Oo. AA
^ Randell A Co, Rnggles A
[ 8. C D Rogers * Bro. A A
i, A W Stone. W H Stark A
> H A Topham A Oo, W H
tMAC W West.
ceuifBui psriCsRtrai R. R.
■s 8SI bales cotton, 487 boAs corn, 16 hbd* bacon, 7
sacks cotton seed, 2 bbis laraish. 2 rolls leather. 2
boxes ammunition, 6 boxeaand 1 keg (4) caddie* to-
Brokers bacco. 1 car cattle, 1 pKncv} bundles prihtfng paper,
1 bux eggs, 1 barrel, 2 chair*. 2 aacka salt, and mdse,
to A A G R R Agent, A uoflun, Sadler A Co. Crane A
G, W I! Williams A Son2E Laventure, J Wanen, Dc-
lettre k 4/’ B Barry, Aiden, A O Carroll, H S
Haines, A S Hartridgs#»:Mahon A Co. Cen It R
Agent, P H Behu, W fl Park k Co, Bothwsll A W,
N A-HartW Sons A Co, C Bpping A Co, 81oan, G A
Co, F W Sims A Oo, L J tintmartin A Co. Hiikinson
m W. tiaersr I A H. F L Gut A Co, Clark,! A Co, R
Habersham A Sops. H R Christian, G F Lamar,
ttrigUam, H « CoTffadelford AC, J F * MHamilion,
Brady A M. J B West A C<* W T Woods, W H Woods,
W B Gritliu xk Co, Knoop, 11 A Co, Roberts A T. J W
Lath rep & Co, Pur*e A T, W Batteraby Ado. B Brad
ley A Son, H Gowdy, C Green A 8on, HuiteraG.O
Cohen A Co, Wilder A F.Q'fen* AU.BE Allen, Tison
A G. J A Clark. f
Consignees per Atlantic Ac Golf R. R.
A February 25. 1868.
56* bates cotton,'Amirs cattle, 12<rts lumber, 13
ears word. 73 sacks cofn, 6 hales wot*, and mdse, to
J L Villalnnga, L J GuilmsrUa A Co, Sloan. G A Co,
FttrriilAW, Brady A M, BRrden A G, Tieon * G,
“ W Anderson’s Sons A Co, N A Hardee’s Son A Co,
csdhlford A C, E i£ Hertz A Co. A Dutenhofer A Co,
Wilkinson A W, C L Colby A Co, Roberts A T, dark.
J A Co, Bms, G A Co, J L Hardee, A 8 Hartridge,
Johnson A Del,, Bryan, H A Co. Duncan A J. Davant
A W. Forwarding Agt. Metcalf A N, M Y Henderson,
Latbrop s Co, .1 A W Ru herford, W Ik Woods, Uoase-
mau. A A Co. Garui&uy A A, W T Woods, agt, P H
Behu, Burroughs. F A Co, J F A M Hamilton, Wm
Hone, K Mclutire A Co. FLloyd, E A Fuller, HA
- - |* v
* i — - . - ? •,:
No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, per tom off 9,000 pounds, in bags....
80LUBLR’ra0SP?l0>PRllU V'lAN GUANO,ninmonlttCcd with N«
v Ptr tofi oraijlOO popndfijl* ba|i...... ?v ..;
AHMON1ATKD SOLUBLE Pacific GUANO, aimantatcdwlth
i* ter, per ton off *,fif DOnnds, In bags or barrels OO
BAKER’S and JAKtlS’ ISLAND, SOUTH PACIFIC, best PHOSPHATIC GU
ANOS, per ton of 54.000 pounds, In bags or barrels +..$30 OO
BOLIVIAN, rich gebttta* PACIFIC GU’AfiOS, per ton of )i,000 pounds, to bags
or barrels ...fife..... :..$S9 OO
Also, lower grades of PHOSPHATIC CARIBBEAN SRA GUANOS....$35 00 to $40 OO
AI$*, GBOUND LAND PLASTER, GYPSUM, At $3 50 per barrel.
CASH AT SAVANNAH. Credit will be given until November 1st, 1888, 4pon un
doubted city Rccepiauet*—in w hich case an extra charge will be added.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE*ABOVE-MENTIONED
Sulub 1 © 3?&ospho-Peruvianjs
' ' • * • • L AND — .
Ammoniated Soluble Pacific Guanos!
Which are RICH COMPOUNDS of BAKERS ISLAND and BOLIVIAN G0ANOS,
analyzing 65 and 80 per cent, booe phosphate, rendered soluble, and yielding 30 to 35 per
cent, phosphoric acid, ammoniated with No. 1 Peruvian Guano, and with animal matter,
making a$post concentrated and rich Fertilizer; combining the chief mineral constituents
of-all vegjifation, and adapted as nearly as possible to all climates, soils and crops, having
been thoroughly and satisfactorily tested by practical and scientific Fanners and Planter^,;
upon Cotton, Tobacco, Wheat, fend Vegetables of all kinds, from whom the highest testi- - -
monials have been reccfredf *
For sale, by the CARGO or RETAIL, in bags and barrels, in quantities to suit pur-
JOHN B. SARDY, Importer and Manufacturer,
5S South Street,^corner 'Wall, New YorM.
TISON & GORDON, 96 Bay Street,
’ * ’- GENERAL AGENTS AT SAVANNAH.
pa~. c. GINESI, No. 1 Slodtlard’a Lower Range, is also authorized to eelL "S^
For further particulars send for Famplilet.
filAURUTS UY TELEOH4PH.
New Yobk, February 25.
Financial—Gold quiet at 112(5*142;*,storting
Armor, aLQj^lO; ’62 coupons, 11*i
Cotton—Duil and heavy, ctosiug more steady;
sales, 4,000 bales, at 22)*c.
Gbain—Wheat dal'; corn declining.
PnoviaioNS— JNsa mes- pork, $25; old, $21. Lard,
Naval .^toees—Spirits turpentine, 72&73c; rosin,
$3 35#T 00. >?•
Fbeiohts—Steady; cotton ny steam, 7-16.
Cimoinnati, February 25.
Mess Poke—$24 50@i6 00.
'*“* London, February 25—Evening.
Financial.—Consols, 93 ; United States Bonds,
Livzbpool. Febrnory 25-Evening.
Cotton—Clote I firm aud more active. tT^isnds,
9^d; to arrive, 9?»d. OrlettLB, ’JJ^d. Sales. Hi.bOO
Augusta, February 25.
Cotton—Market firmer; sales, 1,025 bales: receipt*
1,200 bales; middling, 2o 1 /£321u.
Wilmington, Febrojry 25.
Cotton—Declined; middli -g, 20)iC.
Navxl SroEES -Spirits fc^p-ntiae more qaiet and
nominally 7oe. Rosmquiei; No. 1, $3 75. l'&r firm
at U 85.
* New Obleaes, February 25.
PiNANClAL.-^terling, 158^102 J«. New York sight,
disvuutiL. Gold, 14I>*.
Cotton—Quiet; nikidituK, 22@22.^c; Sales. 5,5(^p
hales: receipts, I 878 hale*; exports, 6.762 bal^s
Buuae in* Mocassk*.—rrAUsaOlions-light'anu
pric> 8 uttch<tiigrd.
Floub—nrmar^npijnnux $rp25; double extra,
$10 7a;IotV grades *ca:ce - •
UraHT.—Corn firm at 95cfi|$l 02 j*.' uadi untoi
Pkoyi-ions—Mesu>oCk has advance 1 to $26 50;
very little in marke$F B-ron scarce and firm; abou:-
d*;r*. I3c; dear sides, Laid firm; tierce,
15.-4 @76 >«C.
Charleston, February 25.
Cotton—Moderately active at a : partial decline of
l>,c; sale*, 1,150 biles; middling*. 20^^:1c.
Coiton—Closed firm; saleiv3.0«4^>ales; middling:
21 &c; receipts, 3,408 bales; exports, 20PbaleH.
LATEST MARMLIfiTst BY KAIL.
‘ Macon, February 24.
Cotton—Operations in onr market were brought
to a complete stand-still by the news from Wasbiug
ton. While buyers seem loath to eater the market,
holders were equally averse to putting their samples
upon the board, anti we have not a single transac
tion to notto.— Tdq/rctjih.
WEEKLY COTTON HTA'
Holden, T J Dunbar A Co, r Davia
Charleston. February 25—Arrived, staamew Sar
agossa, MataiiZas and Columbia, from New Zork;
ship flanuah Morris, from New York, and achr Nim
rod, from Uavaaa.
Port of St. Mary’s—Mori no Intelligence
[EEPOUTED BY0. L. BUEN8 k CO.]
St. Maey’n, February 22, 1368.
Br brig Ida, Gray, 154,000 feet lumber, Montevideo
for orders—S L Burns A Co. *. .
Br brig Geo crump, French, 194,000^|Bet lumber,
Montevideo, for orders—8 L Barns k CS'
L VOINO AT 8 L BUBNS A CO'S lhtX3
Br bark Glacier, Wiltorop, for Lonikn.
Br bark, T A J, lieesq, for Grlmrby, England.
Br brig Cora, Atkins, tor. Glasgow, Scotland.
VESSELS SAILED AND UP FOB TEW POET.
Br bark Keiia-del-Sub, New York.
Srhr Hu a r Stetson, B< stou.
S' hr Jessie L Leach, Philadelphia,
behr Veto, Boston.
;mb C9, February 2
Stock on hand September 1,1847
Received pa-sed week
Shipped past week
Stock on band to date...
Ilnutura A Imauac—'Flils UM.
Sun rise* C 23
San sets.. . 6 37
High water -.... 11 27 P Al
A YOUNG MAN, DEAF BUT NOT DUMB, de-
A sires to obain a SITUATION where he
abie to • am an honest eapport. Baa a good English
edacattom^Wonld try to tnaki lumseH generally
useful. Would Pvef. r to have writing to do. but will
accent anything else except work inburro
Ad reas by note, at Herald offle
where an Interview u ay be had. Is a G,
birth —' «
PORT OK SAVANNAH.
Wednesday. February 26,1868.
Steamship Fanntf. Johnson, Baltimore—IB West
Steamship Montgomery, Lyons, New York—O Co
hen A Co.
Steamship San Salvador. Nickerson, New Yorlfc-
J Rosae, Jr.
steamer Pilot Boy, McNulty, Charleston—Claghorn
A Cunnioeham. _
Bark ShHrpsburg, 66* tons, Rende 1, New York, 7
days, via Oharlestoh Bar, iu ballast—E A Soullsrd.
Schr Campltell, Torrev.lBslumore-F W Sims A Co,
Sctir Arctic, Cgden, 194.tous.New York, 18 days
. Hunter A
TO FARMBKS AMO PLANTERS.
We offer for sale the DOUBLE REFINED POUD-
RETTK, made by the Lodi Manufacturing Company,
from the night soil of New York <Nly, at $25 per ton
of 2,000 lbs., freight added. >
PURSE k THOMA8. Agents,
Read tho following testimonials :
At Home, Neah'Mabietta, Ga„ Oct. 16,1867.
A. J. Robert* A- Co., Athinta, Oa.: -
Geutlemon—1 am well pleased with the resnlt of the
nee of the “Double Kettne.1 PoudretLe” ou my crops,
j tried it on both corn and cotton, and am satisfied,
wburever it was applied the yield wa* more than
double what it would have to.on without ft I regret
exceedingly my not usutng it more extensively the
present year, but will try to niaki. up my loss by pur
chasing a larger quantity next spring. I regard it a*
the cheapest, most reliable, anil easiest managed fer
tilizer within my knowledge, and cheerfully recom
mend it (as I have tried it thoroughly) to the f&rmets
of this section, aud |>articularly to thoso planting cot
ton, from the fact Of Us causing it to mataYe from*ten
«l:»vutb two weeks earlier thou iff vnnw without Ibe^
use of the poudretto. I also used it ou my garden,
aud found it of much bene t to oil kinds of plants.
Very respectfully, kc,
Q. tflto OGLESBY.
Extract from n letter received from Professor Martin,
ol iiamp.len, Sidney College. Virginia, dated July
The Double Refined Pondrette is ope/ating like a
charm on my crop, and attracting universal attention
from oil beholders. I am afifoady satisfied that it is
the cheapest aud surest renovator of our worn-out
High Shoals, Ga., Oct. 4, 1867.
James R. Dev, Esq.:
Hir—Tne Double Refined Powlltotto I bought for
t.v> other parties iu connection with myself—one ol
th;<m used ii on cotton uud corn, and thinks it an
swered finely; the other put it on cotton,ou very
poorgiouud, aud thinks it doubled tiis crop. I used
it on corn. II answered finely, and was i bought t»y
the hand that cultiwed the crop to be fully equal to
Rhodes’ Super Phosphate, .^also used it on’about an
acre of cotton., and 1 am elect ty of opinion that it is
the best and cheapest fertilizer in use, and I expect
to order several touR this winter.
u Yours, very respectfully. '
m Ei.laville. Schley County, G*., Oct. 4,1867.
• t’llte Double ltefiued Pondrette purchased cf you
lost spring-, 1 think, increased my crop of cotton 150
pounds pi-r acre; put ii upon worn oat pine land, at
the rate of *znu pounds peVacnp drilled in with cotton
8ALHBUBY, N. C., Aug. 10, 1807.
James R. Drj. Esq.:
Dear Sir—I can safely say that your Double Refined
Poudrette is far superior to any other other fertilizer
for cotton; for I have given it a lair trial this season
Yours, * JEHU FOSTER. JR.
Savannah, Ga., sept. 25,1867.
James R. Dev, AfiQ- Present.:
Dear hir—I used the Double Refined Poudrette
bought of you last spring, ou corn. I think it increas?
ed the yield one-half. I consider it an excellent
Respectfnily, T. HOLCOMBE.
Ridgeway, 8. C., 8ept 21,1867.
Mr. Janus R. Dry: . ieL'
8ir-jl applied the Double Refined Pondrette by it
self, and in combination with other fertilitters, on cot
ton, and am pleased with it; so much eo that it is ny
present intention to purebase s larger supply of you
the next year io apply to siy cotton crop. %
Yours, very respectably, *
• HENRY a DAVIS.
Rocky Mount, EDOttoaMBE, Oe., N. 0., Nov. 13, 18frf
James R. Dey,
Sir—In reply to yourInquiry of the resnlte of ottr
experience in the use u your improved Poatf“““^
purchased of you for thisyear’s cotton crop, we .
»n*g leaye to say thq$ the present season has been one
quite nnfivorable to tli* action of all fertilizers.
.Several kinds of munntes were used by us, with the
exceptional your Pouiteette, with Rule or no effect to
Circuit, and in the counties below on the Chattahoo
chee river; also in the adjoining counties in Alabama!
Wili a4end to the presentation and collection of
claims again*! the Government at Washington City,
. where they have made *»uafactt»ry arrange mente for
that ponvwe. * • /* feb4-^odtf
Steamship Leo, Dearborn, New York-
Per schr Campbell, from Baltimore— 300
Per eieamfihlp Leo, for Maw Pbrk—94»* bales cotton,
63 boles domestic*, 2© paftages md*e.
» _ ^
Tbe bark Sbarpsburg, from New. York, reporta
having lost anchor on Cn$rie«tomBar.
The schr Campbell, from Blttimore, reports on
Saturday afternoon, off Cape HstteraA, experienced
N K gale, .carried away galley, stove In cabin Win
dow* and washed tbe desk-. -*c.i
Toe steamship Aionticomery, from New York, re
port* February 24th, 7 A M, *25 mines south Capo
Lookout. exch*ng*d eigi
ville, Renee to New York.
Per steamship San Salvador, for New York—H
Hauas, 8 Palmer.|S Palmer. Jr, Q Foster. H N Blan,
Mrs J S Fern. W E Appleton and lady. E D Wash-
burae, A G Uonton. AL Kflsey, N 8I Finley. Mai 8
A Bussell and avt. J P ChiflMr, H A Solomons, s
Clapp. 8 Rogers, Miss PerdAlo, Mi» A S_Teruald,
B H Hardee, W B Stellenwerf. L W Terry. George W
Clock, N Dominy, J Smith. M Wiileta. IJtedeii, E A
Smith, and lasteenive.
Per steamer PUotuoy, from Charleston—H C Pat
terson, J M Holine. O a Green, J L Lake. jr. W S
Millar, J H Millar, J B Hubbard, E W Waterman,
lady and daughter, Miss A OusttnaU, J MfiNelty and
Per steamship Montgomery, from New York—W G i
Robinson. T Moves, 4 Legott,, Mrs N Adriauce, Miss
. _ A Sabine, JfH Sabins, F F Carrie,
litas H Mosher. J P Keigel. J B Hogg.
Per steamship Loo, for New Yora—Mr and Mr*.J
Wood and child, Brand Mrs Willard Mrs DL Has
kell, Cspt -G Dearborn, Mrs Ohsmoerlsin, Mrs K
Wi martu, Mias Barker, M Livingston, H O Carter, U
9 OMM'l »rlil>lUg3 . ... .
Johnston. H 8 Clark, B Obersketi, wife and infant
Miss A*h, C Wiisun, F Conklin, W Wilson.
Per steamship San 8fiHrador, for New York—Anstfn
Ooimer.it It J, 8tt Dictator, WWitt IK. Mi Doyle
k Co, W M Davidson. 8 Everett a Co. A k L Fricden-
berg. M feist .fe Co. A Comm. Gnckenheimer k 8, L J
GattQMttoBOOi Griffin k Co, CL Gilbert, M
PURE SILVERWARE, Etc.
SAMUEL P. HAMILTON,
Corner Congress, Whitaker and St. Julien Streets,
HAS JDST RETURNED FROM THE NORTH WITH A FINE STOCK OF
Wateh.es, Diamonds, Pure Silverware,
French Fancy Goods, Etc.
He would call particular attention to his large stock of
Gold and Silver Watches of tbe Most Celebrated Manufacturers
French and American Clocks,
Silverware of Excellent Workmanship. Warranted Pure.
A auDerb .asortment of JEWELRY, FRENCH FANCY GOODS, suitable for WEDDING
.and HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
Mabie, Todd & Co’s Celebrated Gold Pens, Warranted.
AGENT FOE WHEELER & WILSON'S CELEBRATED
NOISELESS LOCK STITCH HEWING MACHINES f •
rocefies, Bfy Jfbods, Furni-
*' ture, etc.,fet Auction.
iMday) Feoruary m
of tha store, will to-
THIS BAY. (Wednesday)
in front of «
Choite DfT SeitedtielliM,
Choice Bacan Shoulders,
Starch, Floor, 1
Ale*. Wines and IiqttoA,
Cigar*, Tobacco and Snuff,
DRY GOODS, ** ' <-i
Pork at Auction.
by Bm eatu..
THIS DAY, (Wednesday) at 11 •’dock, in front ef the
store, will be told.
10 bbls. Extra prime PORK.
tr BKU. S bull. -
, Mth, U U o’deek,
THREE BOXES OFtJANDY.
Oemafed on boerd the eteemer Sea Sehnder.ea bar
pessage from New York to this port, and oold wader
inepecMoa of the Sort Wardens for aoeeutof tto
Underwriters ondoR concerned.
BY BLUM * BEYER.
On WEDNESDAY, February 2Ah, at 10
M., wiU bo sold, at No. 154 Broughton
doors West of Bamaafi street, a stock of'
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, BOOTS AND
Poplins, Meruoee, Trimmings, Ladies* safe
Gent’s Mesa, Undershirt*, Overahirta, Nettona,
i ead Oeet'a Qaiten, Sheee, etc, etc.
Auction Sales—Future Davs
Fine Fornftiire at Auction.
BY HULL * BILL.>- ■„ ,A Jt ,t
TO-MORROW, (Thursday) Febraan 27, st II o'elesk,
in th* brick house, comer of lltfrtfeim sad Lib
erty street*, will be sold,
A complete and large assortment of
Fine Bocfewood Bcooetol Parlor Setts,
Dining Roo«aj*tt% ’
Fine Black W&«»Chamber a._
Fine Large Partor eng Dressing
Book Goeae, fodeboerto,
UH CHINA DINING AND TEA BEIT,
Large assortment of Crmfepg ttfrd IHmshtsl
Beds aud Bedding, .
A large assortment of
FINS OIL PAINTINGS sad ENGRAVINGS,
fine and costly embroidered
DAMASK WINDOW OQttTAzNB,
Shades, Fancy Artie lea.
Kitchen Ware. Btofffi “
The above Furniture is o
Terms—Cash before d
(These Machines were awarded the highest premium at the ParifeExposition.)
JBT NAUTICAL ALMANACS AND CHARTS FOB. SALE, ‘
WATCHES AND JEWELRY CAREFULLY' REPAIRED BY^TaCPER^lNCED
WORKMEN. . -S'
JSB- CHRONOMETERS RATED BY TRANSIT.
jar HIGHEST CASH PitICH PAID FOR OLD SILVER. ,
aorii-rSm * * K "■ ■ . i -■*
36 kartell Bret <luU!t KEBOSBIK OH,
feb26 WILLLIAM8. WARD A
Tim FIRST-CLASS STSAUSIIIF
LYONS, Master, i t
Feb. 29. tat — o’clock -
Will sail oif
For FiRght or Pkasoge apply to
O0TAVU8 COHSS * CO., Aventa,
• 82 Bay si reel, Savannah, Go,
•Mt liOWDEH, Agent, No. 93 West street, New
FOR 'NEW YOM.
CABIN FASSAb* OS.
ITHHKAGK,wlth SutaUtenc, ill.
J£B~ GREAT REDUCTIOIT IN LOCAL
freight From newwork.
TBI FISK SIDKWHiSEL STEAMSHIP
- J JZ. B. NI0KEBSONi Commander,
WQ1 *of! as shove on
intnrday, Feb. 29th, at — o’clock — at
B8“ positively no eagogedf bertha seenred alter
’ dueadny, F *
Wsdueaday, Feu.:^6, anfeos paid for.
$Sg- For freight or p igtuige,' "* i ‘
commodstioDB, apply m
M /J/ j feO-12 ^
‘ J 1 * WM. K/GARgll
No. b Howling ureen'.
A Aoousta,- Gi.. December 21, 18(17.
TV) TUB STOCKHckiDEKS OF TUB M1LLKD6E-
1 TILLS. OR MACON AND AUGUSTA IttIL-
ROAD COMPANY :-^Calls for payment on 8ab-““
scnptionalM the Capitol Stock of this Company have
been mode up to fifty-five per cent. Stock npo >
which this amount has not been paid will be for
feited to thfiCompanr.
A furtbep.tmfl to now made for twenty.five per
cent., pqifealf an or before February vfiih, 1848. at
which 4?ate eighty per cent, will be doe. and Btook
forfeited if not paid. ^ r
All Stockholders in arrears will at once correspond
with the Treasurer.
The Road is now In operation to Milledgevillc^and
Is doing a largo bustne-s. It is belfcved that are
rangemem* will be made by which rartber calls wili
>be avoided. tf prompt pa?meat la now
By older of t lie Board of Directors.
R. B. BULLOCK.
J. A. 8 Millioam, Secretary and Treasure*.
riving at pulley's Lower Mil s at 8 o’clock A- M., SUN
DAY aud return at 1 o’clock same Cay-ffevving Da-
riedfevwy ifONDAY amd ^fepBSDAY, at 8tt’cloci
^Freights reduced on Satilla twenty-five per cent;
— ... “ by shippers.
M. A. !Y»WENi Aren*
SHALL LOT FOB SALE LOW BY
tcb24—3t ORADT k lta.LT.
For sale by
CHAMPION k FBEBMAN.
pi LOTS T° SUIT PURCHASERS,
Landlhgaodlor sale b7 “ ■
Ieb7 WILLIAMS. WARP A McTHTIBE.
-DIANE BOOKS MANUFACTURED (
FOR* 1 DARIEN
Ef. M. Cool
Captain C. C^DEMIWG,
.. Savannah EVERY WBDNMfeAY'AND
>AY for Darien, from Padeifora’s wh irf. at
9 o’clock A. M. 49*N. B —OiUbATUiiD/ YS will ran
to Jeffereonton and all landines on Satilla River, ar-
For Sale or Charter.
of OB* Hundred and Thirty (ISO) ^pa.
tion inquire at the office c f
feblT-Uf , WILLIAMS, ^VARD A McTNTIRR.
J. H. rowb:
Sailed Stran, Wluj,
67 A 69 BAY StREET,
\J'J 3a ■ - ■ I
i ,:t of •“ kind8 of
SHIP BREAD and CRACKERS.
:s for shipping promptly attended to. *
• i ^ • a -ct\
, «‘£TRQUS & HDwE,
PhOPRIETO R S.
QIRL, efaboat 14 or 15 yi
to do HOUSEWORK. Apply immediate!
febl»—tf, . 4 L .
ed lately a
FOR NEW YORK
M-'aol Steamship Line,
WB SVERY THURSDAY.
t>s«tagc, .:. . .*. > teera.gr, #13
Tne new and very fast sailing aidewheel steamship
fT BLUM & MEYER,
Ef permiarion of the Honorable, the- Coart of Onil-
* naiw, wfU be sold on FRIDAY, March JU, at 11
o’clock, A.M., In front of Uo store,
One Iren Safe, '■
One Axlunsiou Table, ,
i Two Sofas, Oue Tee Table. *
i l Four Ann Chairs, Wire Disk Covers, v
Wire Safe, Pair Seales, Office Desk. -*
The above being the perishable propfiny c
Etheridge, dec’d, lotecf Chotham-eoanty.
By order of .
T, H. MORTON, CTommandet,
will positively leaveon kerrcgqlar^hy,
Thursday, Keb. 547th, at 11 o’clock, m.
Bills of lading given here on throofePwolghtB
pf cotton to Liverpool by first-clase steamers.
For ireigntor passage, having new ami splendidly-
arranged accommodaiious. apply to
WILD HR * FULLAKTON,
8 Stoddard’s Upper Range,
- Opposite tne Poet Office.
N. B.— No engaged berths secured after Tuesday,
February 25th, unless paid for. feb21
■ . FOB £
NEW ^ YORK.
Tbs fibst-class steamship
e o ,
( ■.»* aBOKN.^Corqmaniej, ,
Will soli for the above port on
Tuesday, Peb. 25(b, at — o’clock
Mir No Kacaged Bertha Second Unless
Patd for by MONDAY MORNING, FEB*
Th ran lading gi Vea hire on VfiWbn fieatlaod
tor Liverpool, by firsf-Hasdsteameta.’
For ireight or passage apply to
a,.HUNTER k GAMMELL.
feh21 Si Bap street.
Philadelphia and Southern
For Philadelphia. w ‘
BY GBD. W. WYIaIaY.
:. 4gre»ohtajlirtue terma^f iho
Insurance Company ot fiavsnnoh.
Board oi Directors, will be sold at the
m this City oa the FIRST TUESDAY in.
within the legal, boor of sales, the following stock,
which an instalment of one dollar per shore is due
ondsmpald, upon call of January 17, 1861:
Shares, i Short*.
Mrs. Mary Bulb ch.... 60
W. H Oloott 300
W. S. Bogart......
P. M Russell 10
JohnK. Johnson 100
Erwin k Hardee ..400
UqoL W. Davia. So
E. & Russell 10
M. J. Soiom«ns 200
Juo. Richardson, Trus
WnuCox e»t...v..;... 20
E J- Parse «... 63
Jack Horderns*. 40
JofanA Walker 100
R. T. Footer 100
* J. Rhodes Brown.
” D. F. Wiicog
Mrs. E Hatcher 100
E.fr Abnhsxu *0 h
W. H. Young Trustee. .250 -
A. O. Bhc n»p 50
A. S. Kathleen M
170 David Adams ItO
So- Daniel Griffin ...600
Mrs. M. D. Sh*w 100
W. W. Garrard eat...10*
John Kiug...... 100
. A. Scott 7«>
L W. Morrell eat... ..440
S. Cohen. Attorney for
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E. Eh filch..........,.. 10
A. A. Solomons k Co.. 60
A A Botonopa. Trna «*. 40
J M.bolomons,Tru.te*. 10
Geo. T. Jackson..,...200
G A. Rowland.. ..7,...fr-0 1
J. C. Dawson 100
Fleming A Robinson,.ICO
W. Stevenson.......... 50
B. H. Broadnax 20 *
John A. Moore. 100
F. M. Flak .....900
C. G. Doblgren N
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G B. Young
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And on the following .;
share la due:
P. Wilson.^*. ...
B. H. slsgrnder
The first cIami steamship
w fTIHR PROPKBTY known os (Pflynt’a Wtouff
X —having a front on the Elver of three hundred *
‘ feet fend over, nnd a depth of Mz handred fimk OB
tbe p'see fs a spacious Brick Warehouse, ceotataing
nine large rooms.
Til* above propertyVfll be leased for a term of
Will sail for the above port on
Satardwy, Web. 29th, at — e'eleck — ■*.
For freight or pasoageapply to
feb2i HUNTMA GAMMELL.
UNITED STATES HAIL
FERNANDINA, E. FLA.
TOtTCDING AT' BRUNSWICK AND i
ST.’blARYS, LEAVING EVERY
MONDAY AND THURSDAY
MORNING, AT 10 O’CLOCK:
IMS ONLY STKAH.lt
HAVING A TUROUGH ARRANGEMENT WITH
THE FLORIDA RAILKQAD. t
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e'-tnote uu the corner o' Week Brood —» —
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Deembljte > good W§UL
Ano, FOR RENT OR LEAS15,
noh reeulorii os aiwirt fnnnrrf
on the Florid* aodCtotrol R*U-
ksonviUe lo kU potota on Utejtt.
WiQ leave Savannah
leg with nil pokita
road, an lire- *
Hemming wil' leave Fernand^ik every Twegday
•nd Friday Afternoon, arriving at Savonanh
Wednesday and Saturday mornings. .
For Freight or Pasaogw, haring superior accommo
dations, apply at the Office ok Wtafila^ Steam Pocket
Whari, or to « -
CLAGHORN A CUNNINGHAM,
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JPiMitfk 6fi ,
II. A Pom, aeo-ri*2SSS
WILLIAMS, WARDIt flelMTIKK. ,
jOne Pair Northern Carriage Horse*, will be sold.
For'Hent or Lease.
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to. to. Ilimil
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