, Railroad, through pouches for New
BtO^joUia. WASdiugtou. AugudU.Oharles-
S.l ,tt,U il P aadilACOU. at 5 o'clock P. M.
n 0jU“ nba r Railroad, thtough poucheB for Nash-
BiC K:, ' r f. uiiledgeville and Augusta, and way
* Atl^ 14 * f ,i‘ atM miilroad, a-xtl all points con-
o’clock every morning
... ,a*.1', , and iiuLV iiAiLBDAD. for all points on
lkAT 1, i Xintigaoas; iteiubridge, Fernandina,
ifosj^-.inarts of Florida, via Florida Branch
. iul ', in dally, except Saturdays.
• P* jjrjudvvick, St. Simeus’s Island, 8t.
v\.r ^ ‘Unuguous country, by steamer at 1
* r ’'?-,JifMoudayaud Thursday.
“ e ,me poiut.a, except Darien, by steamer, at
f rl f rjy Wednesday moruing.
;c ‘ j t • • iSV WITHOUT DANGER OF LOSS,
0 i Jlouey Orders, at the Savannah Post Of-
c vri! i 0 pen for business at 9 o’clock a. m.,
o’clock p. On Sundays the Oihce
'•‘ jpe-ied lor the delivery of the mail from 9 to
"■cluck »• m - T. P. Robb, P. M.
Hewing named perssous are authorized to act
I sc _ reCOlVO subscriptions and advertisemonta
\VM. EdTXLL. Jr., Bull Street, corner Bay
• . V HiVSSS A BROWN, News Dealers.
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i ,'sViLLE. -James Kussbll.
All (iA.—Jas. L. MostLEY, Esq.
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ui: iri.'EbLO, FLA.—Thos. Simmons.
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FDA-J. W JONKS.
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.'."•■•ISSATI—S. H. Pauvin, 176 Pine Street;
Li s Mack, ldo 1’iuo Street
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• -Hi'Lit, .-sd-» is the Concral Travelling
“fot the News and 11 eu ild ior Florida and
*\ i ?tcruUc.ugia. .
, ,’rt vsltfi iS everywhere are authorized to re-
1 ’ Iv'ofliHeiueutsaiid subscriptions at our reg-
ice tod with the News and Herald
a lice Job Pnuting Office, complote
typo, presses and other
V i j J7i,'() u^etout work.ilen. Ordersiroui the
r cm bo forwarded oy mail or express, and
,'promptly alle.l, at as low prices as anywhere
4i,ns A. UsUBB is the authorized collector for
v, Yni> lists\Li>, aud any advertisements or
'rijium.i handed to hi.u will receive prompt at-
ludi x to Now Advertisements.
galtt of provisions, etc., ibis morning, at 10%
t } Dlua ft Meyer.
• ■iumnship Huntsville saili for New York next
ii day morning.
, lia g ui the Irish Union Society this evening at 7#
«..ood draft horses for sale.
,„lntion ol partnership of Russell & Qoetter.
ling from the modern poets by Hon. Mrs. Yel-
,non at Masonic Hall, on Friday evening,
n sad oats for sale by A. Minis.
plast“i, cement, laths, etc., for sale by Grady
>tic f * to shippers.
aarfor sale by Sorrel Brothers.
'Jegolar communication of Solomon’s Lodge, No. 1,
ami A. M„ this ovnulug at 7>, o’clock,
pure’s halo li-xt Monday byG. W. Wylly.
Abrival of Steamships.—Tho prevailiDg
^earlier, ice, and hard winds of the past several
i bare interfered with the regular arrivals of our
Han Jaciuto, Capt. AtkinB, reached her doek
iy yesterday afternoon with her usual freight and
•cagers, and with the usual fileu of New York pa-
i up to date of leaving, for which her purser will
Tk. lluatsville, Crowell, from the same port, fol-
TcJ with a large freight and paseenger liat, also
files, for which pursor Egan will also aeoept
h-y bJih report cold, ice, and heavy weather, as the
middle aud eud of their voyage.
A Most Coubagbods Acr, in its Truest
-The *ubj«ct of our remarks is Mr. Charles
Burrows, painter of this city, who has contracted to
Prcabyterean steeple. Judging by his work
Vi as that of hia workmen, which can ba aeon at
i, they must be experienced hands. He stands
>::feet over the second of one of the large balls
as erected u scaffolding thereon, and has engaged
..i to assist him in tying tho knots, so as to make
s ire, he has also erected a tent over said scaffold-
hr llie purpjae of protecting the gilt with which,
iters the balls. By Saturday noon, the entire
>la will have a coat of paint ami the balls gilt,
wr permitting. Mr. Burrows certainly deserves
'■rajtemeut. for he understands bis business,
what he undertakes to do, he doos well,
ire English Load and beautiful Gold Loaf, besides
colors and oils, have been supplied to him from
b«ob Lippuian's. Drug and Faiot House, South
erner of Congress and Barnard streets.
Hon. W. S. Chisolm, Presiding,
t met at 11 o’clock, pursuant to adjournment,
•e brand Ju-y being it! attendance, who were fur-
with bills of indictment, and retired for their
•Bsileratiou. They subsequently returned with tho
fhflState vs. Frederick W. Myers, Assault and Bat
‘tr State vs. Martin J. Ryan and Robert Scholl,
to Ple kijeeny—True bill.
Ite Grand Jury were discharged until next Monday
«k. 10 o’clock A. M.
jllic Court was adjourned until to-day at 10 o’clock
Savansah Medical C >ll kob Commenck-
st.—Several errors having . o .urred in our notice
liic eoiauenceinent * f the Sa\aunah Modioal Ool-
" n Tuesday evening, we republ-sh the names
hie young gontloraen comprising the graduating
Vwlth the proper corrections :
f f’ox-Thesis: Polasaian, and its uses in
W ' w 4iuo«-The8i* : Typhoid Fever.
I • M - HvvenroBT—ThS&ia: Blood.
iyAN Hall Thesii: Huunatemiels.
R'liLta M. Conner—Thesis: Puerperal Fever.
■ Ullky—Thesis: Tho Bile.
Charles-j. Boruoijqhs—Thesis: Pbtbisia Pulmo-
fxer<; >se8 of the evening were opened with
l y«-r by Bev. Mr. Laudriun, and not by Rev. Mr.
>U l ' aN 8tat ed iu our report.
?' liE IjKct ore os China To-night.—It Is
^l y “ t5CesS4r y to remind our readers that Hon.
S[ . ar< ^ wi 'l* under tho auspices of the Goorgia
feiu lCS| ! ' oci 4’* ‘Ldiver a lecture on nhina this
ad k? 1 lh ’ : Theatr ®» for the benefit of the Elliott
q ’ " &re r ®quested by the < >mmitteeof Ar-
e lo s tat«* that tho dross c .rcle of tho Thet-
arivl, fj r * yjr?ed f ,r ladies, and gentlemen accom
He Avig liii|iortant.
KAST WANT anticipated at the pbhfombey
kst. r ^ * S into five classes:
°: etH0 ^. creams, soap powders, and es-
,*y’ C( 7' l * w * oi,H ' a ®d cosm«:tics for the hair.
•8 ext 0RDe WatwPS * iRVvuder waters, toilet vinal-
rac!a Hli(1 essences for the handkerohlef, aud
:r; s ~ r ^ tenet.
adi.t a<erjS of roses, of orange flowers
■'ks for u° n< ^ ° reaw for skin, powders, creams,
**ic« vrV ewmi 'lexion, deutrllice powders and den-
^iup a tr8 ’ d>ea for tbe Hair, preparations for per
toieg c ,:r tmenU - aC< ^ elegant sachets for per
J t Lj.^ nUOt ’ > 1,1 80 ' ar pe an assortment as Is found in
’^' naa 8 Sporting House, Southwest corner
' W a,1 d Oongre-s streets, pavticnlarize each
fide. \i r -
* • j. ” Wo “ld ailaise every one iu wantof goods
,0 c “ll and t.-xamine liis beautiful and well
&to ' k ’ as His importations of these beautiful
at ^ rc u P° n tho hpa of every one, not alone that,
'C- H P 0n tlio persona of our fairest ladies,
- Uie aim of fHia establishment to get oui
4 j. U * tliat ia new and beautiful in France, Kug-
cjj: '* an '* at ‘d Germany. We Invite oua and all
Ud e *amine his stock. febl4-tf
“STiTonoH Water is a certain cure for
uT 8 ** di
• bru E8iaia.
Reg alar Meetteg of Cow well,
Council met at 7^ o'clock yesterday evening.
Present—Alderman Ford, Mayor pro tem.: Aldermen
Meyer, Hunter, A. N. Miller, Burroughs, Wylly, C.
C. Millar, Villalonga, Brigham, Waring, Gue.
The minutes of the Inst regular meeting were read
The case of the city of Savannah va. Mary Bieh-
ards, colored, on appeal from the decision of the
Mayor’s Court, was taken up in order—counsel for
theaipellant, Mr. PoweU, from Lee, being present
and representing the plaintiff in the case. The case
has already been reported in the wgalar proceedings
in the Mayor’s Court.
The case stood, on appeal: “Mrs. John T. Denham,
colored, alias Mary Richards, colored, charged with
disorderly condnot,” fcc.
The witnesses on the part of the city were called.
Lieutenant Howard deposed—That there was a dial
orderly crowd iu front of the fair, which he had dis
persed, and that hearing some evciting talk on the
opposite side of the street he went over, and was
abused by the woman, the appellant; ahe gave him
exceeding tnsoience, both in tone and manner, and
abused the police generally.
Sergeant Sava a deposed—That he was on doty in
the Barracks; that she threw both of the policemen
aside, and reaisted being searched.
Gross-examined-She reaisted the police and re
fused to be searched.
Policeman Hinaa sworn—Lient. Howard ordered mo
toarreat bar; alio said aba belonged to tha Woman’s
Bighta Association, and wltb opprobiona opttbota re
fined to be arrested, aba aaid sba would allow me
to search her.
Police nan Wood—I am the night sentinel; my
duty is to search prisoners; she aaid ahe had no
pockets and struck me, clawed at me and pulled my
hair; I hardly think aha was sober ; she was the
worst woman I ever looked up.
The city closed here and the counsel for the appel-
laut introduced Moses Mossman colored, who being
sworn, introduced to prove the character of tha wo
man held at his house Ho deposed that she was
recommended to him to be a married woman, and
that a white man said she was his wife; she was look
ing for a house to try and gets school; she went
from my house to Dr. Reed as a seamstress; she
don’t owe me any mouey but the geiitlema i doe.-*;
he has been boarding at my houoe four weeks; she
seems to be a respectable woman; whenever she goes
out she goes out with my wife.
The appellant was allowed to make her statement,
which was the same as made before the Court. Mr.
Powell said that the caso of this woman was ouough
to exoite the feelings of all men. She was a woman,
aud inasmuch as we are all descended from woman,
she should be entitled to that generosity which nil
men yield to trne womanhood. He went on to
elucidate the f ids ot tho cass, and in referring to the
search of her person, he contended that the fact of
her resistance proved the fact of her virtue, and that
the indication of excitement incident to that search
was what any woman of virtue would resist. The
case, he said, appealed strongly to the feeliug of the
Court, she being a woman of a lrgh sauae of virtue,
of propriety, aud an educated woman.
Ou motion of Alderman Waring, that farther action
be suspended until the next meeting of Council-
seconded, and on motion carried.
The Fire Committee, on the petition of C. K. Os
good & Co. anil Gordon k Calvert, recommend that
the petitions be favorably received on certain condi
The same Committee reported favorably on the
application of Messrs. Habersham and Cnlien to
make repairs. Adopted.
The Committee on Public 8ates and City Lots, on
the petition of Nancis Nanis, asking the lease of
Springfield Plantation, reported favorably thereto.
The Special Committee on the application of Lewis
Gardener, on the removal of night soU, recommend
tliat the $8 and $4 for large and small size privies for
the first year, aud $6 aud $3 for the remaining years
of bis contract.
The Special Committee on the recommendation of
the Georgia Medical Society, to furnish medical at
tendance for the indigent poor, reoommending the
election or appointment of four physicians, to. as
many districts, at a monthly salary of S60. Laid over
till next meeting.
The .Special Oomrai too on the recommendation for
tho discharge of ballast, recommend the lo *er end of
Fig island for that purpose, and that $600 be appro
priated tor the same.
The report or the City S irveyor in relation to
d-aiuingtlie ponds in the southern extremity of tjie
city, and furnishing estimates for the same. Re-
ee.ved as information.
Alderman Wylly, Irom the special committee of
Council at an informal meeting, reported an ordi
nance as a substitute for Ike ordinance regulating
the fire companies, which, on motion, was read a
second time and unanimously passed. It provides—
First. That no organization shall bo connected
with the Savannah Fire Department without the con-
seut of the City Council.
Second. That every engine or apparatus shall be
considered the propurly of the city, and shall not be
withdrawn without a notice of thirty days.
Third. No engine or apparatus bs assigned to pri
vate work, or removed ^hout the jurisdiotion of
tho city, without consent or CouncU.
Fourth. Every Steam Fire Kngina Company to sleet
th^ir own engineer, to be examined by a board of en
gineers, aud confirmed by CounoU.
Fifth. Each steam Fire Company to be allowed $150
per month, for all ordinary expenses.
Sixth. No engineer to put on more than seventy
pounds stsam at fires under penalty of $30,
Seventh. Tests of oapacity only to be made at an
nual parades, and then throagh hose furnished fo r
Eight. Eugines to take any available route in going
to fires, but on returning not to pass throagh squares,
market or sidewalks.
All disagreements between the Chief and Fire Com
panies, or in subordination, ko , to be referred to the
Mayor, with an appeal by either party to Connell.
An ordinance to create "the office of Inspector of
streets and lanes, provi ling for the election of said
officer aud other purposes received its first reading-
An ordinacce to create an officer of keeper of drains
(already published) received its second reading.
This ordinance, wat as Btated In lieu of the Super
intendent of Dry Cnlture.
On motion, the ordinance waa laid over till next
An ordinance making it unlawful for any Alderman
or oity officer to be surity (already published) received
a second reading and passed.
The petition of citizen* of Savannah, asking Coun
cil lo is*uo process to abate a nnisar.ca in the shape
of a lewd house kept by one Mary Jane Greer,* situated
on Abercorn street, and known as the Ice House.
General Jackson presented the petition, and sus
tained it by a forcible argument.
Alderman Meyer moved that the matter be referred
to the Mayor to call an extra meeting of Council to
investigate the matter. Adopted.
Several pet'tioBs were read and referred to appro
Memorial of citizens In relation to the removal of
the Powder Magazine to an Isolated spot. Referred
to Commiitee on Public Buildings.
Petition of Mr. Neff and Rosenbaum to tap the
pnblio sewer. Deferred to Tue Street and Lane Com
Petitions of residents in the vicinity of Pulaski
Square, asking the repair of the same. Laid over.
By Alderman Hunter—
Resolved, That the Chairman of Street and Lana
Committee be authorized to fill up «••• ®‘°* e
Pulaski square as other squares. Adopted.
By Alderman Wj ! ly—
Resolved, That $326 be appropriate* he P U JT***?
of draining the ponds. Referred to in the city Sur
AUernun Wjlly, Hunt.r ,Qd Meyfr. wore >pp.lnt-
od a Committee to carry out the .bore reeoluUoD.
A Committee of three, were on motion ot Aldermen
One appointed to report for the commnuicetlon ef the
Inferior Court to referenoe to the eetebU.hment ofe
work houre. Referred to e Speclel Committee of
three with the Meyor added. The Committee appoint
ed, were Aldermen Oue. Hunter and Weriu*.
The eleotloD of Mr. MoAleer he Foremen of the
Washing on F.re Eiglne O wnpeny roc. .Marklne.
resiglned, was confirmed.
Aldermen Waring moved the Appointment ofe
ppeciel Committee to welt upon. Mr. Wm.
gcArenger, in referenoe re the condition of .treeli
“m‘u“'of eeeonnf prered. $«.*I2 *7.
cil ailjour bed.
Alderman Foad, MAyorpro teen, presiding.
Wednesday, March 4, 1868.
In the absence of His Honor this morning the
.chair was filled by. Alderman Ford, find the admin-
istiation of impartial justice was sonseqoently not
delayed. We have often been forcibly remi ided that
a morbid curiosity is ona of the strongest passions
of human natnre, and is not, as some philosophers
(so-called} contend, confined to the female sex. Es
pecially Is ft a largo element In the composition of
little minds and ignorant people. Notice the lobby-
ltea whngathei at the Mayor’s Comt from day to
day, and the observing student of human nature can
tell with almost mathematical certainty the social
and mental st-amfird of these fn quenters upon the
courts. JEriallsm here finds a strong argument, par
ticularly in the cull season of summer, and wo,
whose duties compol us there, shrink at tho contem
plation of what lies before us during the hot weather
The continued case of Captain Ogden, of the
schooner Arctic, waa first called, and was further
continued nntU 10 o'clock to-day.
Thomas O’Connor was charged with being drunk
and disorderly, and insulting ladies in the street.
The evidence did not show any insulting language,
bat the fact that O'Connor, while under tho spell of
wine (whiskey) followed alter two ladies, who took
refuge in a store. ; Thomas is not the only man who.
has got intc difficulty following after petticoats, end
may congratulate himself in getting out of the scrape
on the payment of fir 3 dollars and costs.
James Tully, with a different kind of feeling was
charged with striking Mrs. Little, in her house. Con
stable Jones, was at the Cuurt armed with a formida
ble piece of paper technically called a warrant, which
having been exhibited to bis Honor, James Tully,
was taken before a Magistrate lor prosecution, foi
assault and battery.
J. O. McEeuny and Sarah Redding two white
females were ^charged with being drunk aud dis
orderly In the Exchange, aud also disorderly at the
Police Barracks, and the facts in the case being proved
they were fined $j each and coats.
B. K. Cil list inn, was up for being drunk and lying
in the Street, bis face was much brnisod from falling
on the pavement, in consideration of its being a first
offence, and having been in Barracks since Tuesday
morning, he was discharged.
Tho same disposition, under like circumstances was
mate in the caao Jno. Fortune, both being sea faring
men, who have more lattitudo allowed them.
Chas. H. Howell, wa3 arraigned for enrsiug, abusing
and striking witness in her house; here again loomed
up the Constable having papers to arrest the body of
Howell, and he was turned over to Justice Laine’s
Conetab'e, to be dealt with as the law directs.
Primus Williams (colored), was found drunk, with
four setts of white metal spoons, a box of canned
oysters and a now black frock coat in his posse-cdon,
which satisfactorily to accouut for, he said he bought
the articles from Mrs. Barcho, and the case was con
tinued to allow the lady to be produced this morning
at 10 o’clock.
Edward Smith and James Johnson (colored).
Charged with fighting in a store on West Broad strict,
were fined $5 and costs, which not being nble to pay.
they were seut to the Barracks for five days.
King of Pain sold by Druggists generally
T. H. Walsh, Wholesale Agent.
DnowsBo.- The first ihaIa of tho British
Ship Jame, Jardine, Captain Benjon. waA UrowMd
resLdaj Afternoon At 1:20 o'clock, under tko Mow
ing circnmatanoM. Tic ahlp la loading
pool, and lie, .uUld. the Bark Kathleen.
of the Charleaton and Florida Una M ■*““ J*"
Three plank, conriilutlng a ganjway conntota the
two .hips, and at 1:2.1 o’clock jaaterdajr, while tha
Animate waa walking Urn gnngwnp between ifte
Teasel, hi. foot oangbt io the late retire. Iretween the
plank., .nd h. fell headlong baiwreo tire two Abb*
into the river, striking hit bend to th# toil against Ins
aids of the Kathleen, he never rot® to the surface
After dragging i?r bts body, one hour, it was recovered
life being extinct. There were many witnesses to the
fell and • coroner’s investigation was deemed unnee-
B% TU» deosnsed it % native of the Isleof Jersey, named
Peel Lord, is n single man. and aged 2$ year*; he wUl
be burled W the British Consul.
Office of the Kswq and . Hkkald, 1
Savannah, Marcli 4—6 P. M. j
Coxxon—Opened excited, with sn active demand
which has continue* throughout the day, holders
having covered up their samples, or asking “ out of
the market ” prices. Cable dispatches shows Liver
pool market irregular and excited, and New York
has advanced 2c to-day. Our market has followed,
aud shows an advance of-2c since our last report,
closing firm, and advancing at very irregular figures.
Good Ordinary .....22 * .(51)
Low middling va*i(q>
The sales to-day have been as follows: 6 bales at
20)4, 26 bales at 21,12 bales at 21J£, 19 bales at 2L J*,
259 bales at 22, 50 bales at 22>4, 3S7 bales at 22G46
bales at 23, 27 bales at 23%, 132 bales at 23%, 4 bales
at 23%, 62 balas at 25, 3 bales at 26. Total, 1,631 Jralee.
Sea islands are firm, and in Tair iionmnd re* fail
prices. Sales are as follows* 1 bag* at 45, 8 bags at
50, 7 bags at 63, 9 bags at 65, 6 bags at 60. Total, 37
The receipts to-day amount to 1,664 bales.
Gold—Steady. Brokers* are buying at 140@141;
selling at 143&144.
Exchange—Quiet New York sight, buying at >«
and selling at >4 ^ cent off; sterling is firm, and
bought at 152 for sixty days time.
Bacon—Coniinues active, with an advancing ten
dency. We quote: Prime clear sides, 163£@17c; clear
ribbed sides, I6gj)16‘4u; ribbed sides, 15‘*(<$lt>*.c;
shoulders, 14c. Dry salted shoulders, 12,' 4 'c;
do ribbed sldoB, 14c; do clear ribbed sides, 13c;
do clear sides, 15jfc. Hams, plain, 16® 18c; can
Flodb.—The market is quiet, but firm. 8upply
quite sufficient for the demand »nd increasing. We
quote: New Georgia super, $13(y>13 50; extra, $i5(gi
$15 50; family, $16@17. Northern, super, $lof<^
$11 50; extra, $12 50@14; fancy and family, $l:‘i(&
Fbkiohts.—To Liverpool, hy sail, on uplands,
7-l6@i4d; on eea islands, y z d; through via New York,
by steam, on uplands, J»d; ou sea islands. l?,d.
To New York, by steam, lc on nprnnds, locos’ sea
island, $2 5o.on rice, $1 on domestics; by sail, >,c
on uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam, Jfc on up
lands, $2 on rice, 75c on domestics. To Baltimore, by
steam, X& on uplands. To Boston, through via
Philadelphia, by t-team, 1 %o. In coastwise ibere is a
large quantity of freight offering, with a small supply
of tonnage. Vessels arriving would be quick-y plaor d
at %@29-32c on cotton for boston—a school.er of 1,000
bales capacity has closed at that rale; $i0 50on luuilier
to New York and Boston; rouqh rice, 12^ : 3c to Bos
ton, 16c from the AlLtniabn. A schooner to Rich
mond with r.iilro d iron has been taken up at $5.
Cuban freights are dull; little offering Tonnage is
also wanted foreiguwise for timber and lumber.
Grain.—Corn is dull snd declining, ou account oT
large quantities oir the way. We quote: prime Mary
land, $145@160; Tennessee quiet at $1 artful 42. Oats
are in light deman-'; heavy mixed have been sold at
$lfrom wharf, $1 10 from store, $1 13 tor seed.
Rice.—Quiot, but firm. Prime clo-m Carolina, 10\
<2$llc; rough, $2 26(g»2 3o; seed rice, $3($4 50; lten-
8UOABS.—Good stock, and prices unchanged. We
quote: Crushed, I8@18Jic; A white 17c; B do, Htj'ac;
extra do, I6c; yellow 0,14^^15>,c; brown cl irified,
I4Kc; Muscovado, 13}^I4c; Porto Kico, 14(d)15c.
MAUKET5 MV TEbKGUAPtl.
London, Mi-.rch 4—Noon.
Financial.—Conso's, 93>*(§)W)4. United Slates
- Pabis, March 4.
Financial.—Bourse active. Rentes firm.
Liverpool, March 4—Noon.
Cotton—Active, excited, and advancing rapidP;
transactioni very h^avy; prices have advanced luily
Aid since opening of m irkot; upland-* ou spot and
to arrive, 9,*<d. Orleans. 9^d; sales probably 25,000
Liverpool, March 4—Afternoon.
Cotton—Is still active.
New Yoke, March 4—Noon.
Financial.—Sterling, 9^. Government bonds,
old, 1)0*. Gold, 141.
Cotton—Iii le better, 24@24>4c.
Flour -5®loo bettor.
Grain — W neat a shade firmer. Corn lc better.
Rye ht adv. oats are a ab ide firm -r.
F no visions—Mss pork firm. Lrd lower, I6@16c
Naval PTOSES.—Turpentine firmer at 7t£@7234c
Ryiin-very firm; strained and common, $3 86
Baltimore, March 4.
Cotton—Very firm at 25o.
Grain—Corn firmer; white. $1 10<gll 12; yellow,
$1 l.@l 14; oats steady at 78@80c; rye firmer at
$1 76; wheat steady.
Provisions—Firm but inactive,
New York, March 4.
Financial—Gold. 140J£; aterllng quiet at 9?£; 1862
eoupons, 10 *£; North Carolina. 6l?S@62.
Cotton—kora active and advanced, with sales of
6.000 bain* at 25e.
Flour—More doing for export; State, $8 60@10 60;
Southern, $9 «0@14 60.
Grain—Wheat a shade firmer and more doing;
corn. Southern white, $1 16@1 i7>£; yellow, $1 24.
Provisions—Meespork, new, $26; old, $21 §0; lard
Groceries—Qitiet and firm.
Naval SToRBa^-Turpentine, 72@T3o; rosin, $3 25
Mobile, March 4.
Cotton.—Sales, 3.700 bales; market opened firm
at 22yic atid closed at 24c, holders asking 25c; no
sales repotted at this figure. Receipts, 308 bales •
exports, 864 bales.
« Augusta, March 4.
Cotton—Market active and excited; sales, 103
bales; receipts, 340 bales; New York middling, 24c.
New Orleans, March 4.
Financial —Sterling,* 51@54. New York sight, )*
discount. Gold, <W*
Cotton—Active .and excited ; middlings. ^24c.
areirea 7,000bales; receipts, 7,612 bales; exports, 3.691
*RtoUn—Easy* superfine, $10 00.
GBA1N —Corn firmer, 98@#6c. Oats, 75<a77e.
Provisions.—Pork firm, at $27. Baoon and laid
quiet and unchanged.
Charleston, March 4.
Cotton—Market excited, and advanced l*@2c;
snuS^S boles; middling, 23
Cincinnati, March 4.
SKKSSSSpiiv » nd »»'
I^Visioh*—Shoulders, 1U&S cMar sides, 14*C.
Lard dull fit l»Xc.
Louhvills, March 4.
Provisions—Meis pork, $24 60. Bacon shoulders,
UXSlixc; claw aides, ux@18.Kc.
Wilmington. N. C., March 4.
Naval 8tokx3—Spirits of turpentine advanced to
66c; rosin weak; strained No. 2, $2 40; loW|No. 1. $600.
Cotton—Advanced, middling, 24c.
Tab—Firm at $2 30.
LATK5T MARKETS BY MAIL.
Macon, March 3.
Cotton.—Owing doubtless to favorable noon dis
patches from Liverpool, and the small offering stock
on sale, the market opened quite animated to-day.
snd an advance of a half cent on yesterday'a quota
tions was easily obtained. The activity prevailed
until the close of the market, and all good grades of
cotton brought 21 >40.—Telegraph.
Montgomery, March 2.
Cotton—The market was fairly active, at un
changed prices. The Liverpool news, quoting s de
cline. bad no effect upon cor market. Quotations
Stock on hand, September 1,1867 660
Received since 56,114—66,114
Total receipts 66,674
Total shipments 46,207
Stock February 29, 1868 10,467
Columbus, March 2.
Cotton.—Market firm yesterday with Northern
middl ngs at 20>£c. Warehouse sates 662 bales. Re
ceipts 35 bales—V7 by M R R, 1 by Opelika R R. 7 by
wagons. Shipments 216 bales—78 by M R R. 138 by
river. Total receipts sinee September 1, 1867, (in
cluding 358 bales, stock at that time) 79,040 bales;
shipments, 67,678; stock. 11,362. We kave changed
our previous shipments to make them correspond
with warehouse books.—Sun.
Atlanta, March 3.
Cotton.—There are no changes from Saturday last
to report m the market. We therefore state Ho. as
the price. We heard of no sales or receipts.—hit.
Albany, March 2.
Cotton.—None offering, and quotations impossi*
Griffin, March 2.
Cotton—Was brisk on yesterday, at 17c, and very
little arriving.— S:ar.
Darien Weekly Timber and Shipping
(Roported by H. T. Sbaw, Timber Merchant.)
Darien, Ga., March 1,1868.
Timber.—Shipping timber arriving freely, and
taken uu at lair prices. Mill timber coming iu slow
ly, and bringing from $8 to $10.
VESSELS ARRIVED THIS WEEK.
Schooner Marion Flag, Maloney—Young A Lang-
VESSELS SAILED THIS WEEK.
British bark Susquehanna, Maiilard, cargo timber
for New Castle—V. Kpping.
VESSELS IN FORT.
Ship Howard, Roberts, loading lumber—J T Pater
son & Co.
British bark Tin to, Condorn, waiting—C Epplng. •
Schooner Ida May, Drisco, loading at mill—J T
Paterson « Co.
Schooner M B Harris, loading at mill—
Schooner Benjamin Brown, loading rice—Master.
Schooner Coquette, Cruise, repairing—J T Paterson
Vintaturs Almanac—This Day.
Sun rises jg
Sum sels.. 5 44
High water 6 40 A M
PORT OF SAVANNAH.
Thursday, March 5,1868.
.Steamship Huntsville. Crowell, New York—Octa-
vus cohni ft Co.
Steamship San Jacinto, Atkins. New York—J
St auier Dictator, Willey, Charleston—L J Guil-
martiu ft Go
Steamer City Point, Adkins, Palatka—L J Gnil-
raartin ft Ou.
steamer Sylvan Shore, Tucker, Fefnandlna, ftc—
Claghorn ft Cunningham.
llr hark Georgiaua, 579 tons, Fowler, 40 days, Liv
erpool—Crane ft Gray bill.
*“ Steamer Dictator, Willey, Palatka, Fla—L J Gull-
martin ft Co.
Ste mer City Point, Adkins, Charleston—L J Gnil-
martin ft. Co.
Pr ship Margaret Evans, MoCnllough, Liverpool
E A Soullaril.
Steamer Swan. Gibson, Augusta and landings—M
A Cohen. . .
mearner n M L-ooi, r/tuung, Darien, ftc—M A Co
Steamer Lizzie Baker, La Rose. Palatka, ko—
Clachorn ft Cunningham.
steamer Dictator, Willoy, Palatka—L J Gniimar-
tin ft Co.
Steamer City Point, Adkins, Charleston—L J
Guilmartin ft Co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNulty, Charleston—Claghorn
Per Br bark Georgians, from Liverpool—400 tons
coal, to Bav Gas Co.
Per steamer Sylvan Shore, from Florida—64 bales
sea island cotton, 25 bags cotton seed, 10 bales hides.
Per steamer Dictator, from Charleston-21 pack
ages mdse, 50 b tgs peas, 15 tierces hams.
Per steamer City Point, from Florida—15 bales
sea island cutton.
Per ship Margaret Evans, for Liverpool—2,170
bal'*s upland cotton, 332 bales sea island cotton.
Per steamer Sylvan shore, from Florida—O J
Young, W Bi-uell, C G Moore, J W Williams, J C
Samer.J Abbott and tedy, D G Caldwell and lady
Capt Gray, U W Pyles, aud 5 deck.
Per steamahip Huntsville, from New York—F A
To vneend, Mies Cntnmtnge, J Kelly. Mrs Fitzgerald.
J Fitzgelald, Miss M A Fitzgera.d, F Fitzgerald, R N
Thomas and lady, J T Cady, R Wastray, F Church-
Per steamer City Point, from Florida—Mr R bert*.
Miss Roberts, Mrs Symons, B D Copp, Oliver, Mrs
Bailey. Z Block ingtou, J P Reigel, 0 G Young, D
Walton. W Dent, W G Swan, Piukerson, E J simp-
son, H O Denton, and 4 deck.
Per s'earner Dictator, from Charleaton—Rev B J
McManuix, Krv J Qniun, H G Eastman, 8 H Iugor-
oll, T Parish, Dr and Mrs sands. Mr Peel, Mrs and
Miss Scott. W McAlisier and sou, W Wetson, J B
Duckwort h, R Mnre, Mrs H A Esdom, Miss E Elias
C Lorant, J E Ward, E Etustine, J Knox, W Blake,
T P V»lc. J C Dutch, aud 5 deck.
Per steamship San Jacinto, from New York—H
Livingston, H Center, H W Curtis, EG Platt, Jno J
Phelps A W White and wife, 8 Jellson and wif-, H
H Emmori aud brother, F D Bozsrt, J A Husee, jr,
F J Temharn and wife, D Sloane, wlte, children.ai d
ovt, E Collins and wife, Mins M Collins, E G Howe
and wife, Mr* t’ol-lus and daughter, Mrs Green and
daughter. J McCullough, K Rsinington, Mrs E Dch-
uer. W Allen wif-.‘ and son, Mrs Prior, child and svt.
A Gorsl. nl and wire, Miss 8 Yonug, Miss M Ly decker,
L C White nud wife, U L White, S F D.ty, Wife aud 3
children. Miss Weeks, J H Abbott, P fl Moyles. and
Charleston, March 4—Arrived, steamers Man-
batian. Moneka aud M it.mzai, from New York;
bark Rowland, from Havana. Sailed. Champion,
for New York.
per ftearaer Sylvan Shore, from Florida— A C Mc
Rae, J W Anderson’s Sons ft Co, L J Guilmartin ft
C< p,;r steamship San Saoloto, from New York—A ft
G R R Agent, Ga C K R, GW Allen, Botehaw ft 8„
BloS ft M, Urjau, H ft Co, Bell ft U, Barnett ft Co,
B L Ih'Ulinean, C J Beatty, M A Cohen, Claghorn ft
C Cbffrey A H. S M Golding, Cooper, O ft Co, Cham
pion ft F, DeWilt ft M, M J Doyle ft Oo, T J Dnnbsr
A Co, Einstein A E, D Fa’-vey. A ft L Friedehberg, a
Comm, C L Gilbert, Ducke .h-dmer ft S, L J Quil*
111a t-n ft Co, i Gross ft Bro, J W Gregory, Hilton ft
R. N A Hardee, Sons ft Co, Holcombe ft Co, G M
Heldt, Gen B It Jackson, N B Knapp. MKraosaft
Oo. Levy ft B. J L>ous, Lovell ft L, J Llppman, La-
throb ft CO, J Lama, S M Lederer, 8 Moore, J 0 Ma
ke: ft Co, R Mclnitre ft Co, Mallon dk F, F M Myiell,
JC Mather- D Mal’eit ft Co, J Oliver, Levi Orser,
C‘»hl**r. Palmer ft D, C D Rogers ft Bro, Buggies ft A,
W G Roblnee-i, Bo Kx Co, E l> Sinythe ft Co, Tiaoq ft
d a a soloinons ft Co, P Tuberdy, M A Topham ft
CO, J B West ft Co, W H Wlltberger, M H Williams ft
Son, W H Woods.
Per st amer Dictator, from Charleston—W M Mix
on, L J Guilmartin ft Co, F Patterson. L Dayton, A
A S ft Co, Mrs A H Es-drom, W B, O H A.
Per steamer Oity Point, from Florida—Sloan, G ft
Co, J L Villalonga. Bouie ft B, F M Myrell, Davant ft
W J W Anderaon’s t*ona ft Co, E Salas.
Per steamship Hantsville, from New York—MaJ G
E Alden. Alexander ft Ii, Blun a M. Blair ft B, C J
Beatty, H Brigham. Barnett ft Co, Bate*ou ft Bro, J
A ft J F Brown, Brigham, H ft Co Bell ft H, Brady ft
M, M A Cohen. Claghorn ft C. S M Coldiog, DeWitt ft
MJH Demand, Einstein, E ft Co, Eiustetn ft K, Er
win ft H, M Ferst ft Co, I L Falk ft Co, A ft L Freid-
enberg, Ferrili ft W, T Fitz H^nry, 8 Goodall, A
Goram, Guckenbeimer ft S. C L Gilbert, C Green ft
Son L J Guilmartin ft Co, Holcombe ft Co. Heldt ft
L. Hooter ft G, W Hone, R M Hnut, R Habersham ft
So:.*, A B Ives. liOfell A L, J Lyon. Sir Lizzie Ba
ker. Latbrop ft Co, J Lindeay, 8 Moore. Meinhard,
Bros v On, F M Myrell, J O Maker 4k Co, A J Miller ft
Co Millar ft Bro, W D R Miller. Mms-ju ft Kstiil, M 8
Meyer, T Meyers, C Meitzler, R Mclntire ft Co, G T
Nichols. T Nngeut, J Oliver, Orff ft W, Palmer ft D.
Oppenheimer, M ft Co, Randell ft Oo, R N Reed ft!
Co Cl) Rogers a Bro. T Reber, ship Star of the
West, A A Solomons ft Co, F W Sims ft Co, str Syl
van 8hore. WB Stark ft Oo, Starr ft B, I'isonJk G,
CWT, HA Topham Jk Co, £ Gifford, W H Woods,
Weed ft C, and others.
Consignees per Central K. R.
Match 4, 1868.
1,535 bales cotton, 424 sacks corn, 184 sacks oaf*.
16 cars timber, 1 car lumber, 17 boxes tobacco, 12
boles yarn, 4 bales domestic*, lo rolls leather, 8 hhds
bacon, 4 cords wood. 1 horse, 16 bbls guano, 7 bbis
and 2 boxes eggs. 5 bags peas, 5 boxes. 6 bars iron,
4 empty half barrels, 18 empty kegs, and mdse., to
H Q Knwe. W B Hodaon. Watts 4k McR, J G Davis,
J ft W Rutherford, A Dobell ft Co, Einstein ft B. A ft
G R R agt, W E Basstoger, A Kohler, La Koche ft D,
E E Hertz ft Co, J G Haynes ft Bro, G Gemenden, J
McMahon ft Co, M 8 Cohen, CBR Agt, Austin ft B,
N A Hardee’ Son ft Co, W Battersby ft Co. Padelford
ft C, Ferriil ft W. Bryan, H ft Co. Knoop. H ft’Co.
Gnerard ft H. Clark, J ft Go, W H Woods, Sloan, G ft
Co, j F ft M Hamilton, W H Stark ft Co, WHktofiofr
ft W. Wilder ft F, W J Sams, F W Sims ft Oo, BP -K
Washburn, P H Behn, A 8 Hartridge. Bothwell ft W,'
A T Cunningham, J A Phillips ft Oo, L J Guilmartin
ft C. C Bppiug ft Co, A P Wiggins, ■ O Wade ft Oo,
j W Anderson’s Sons ft Oo.
Q.EORGBTOWN AND SAVANNAH RIVER, very
free from red, flail threshed, and 45 to 49 ponnds.
b26—lw ROST. HABERSHAM ft SONS.
IJeSVitt & Morgan
, Will Tills Day Open
PARIS DRESS GOODS,
Consisting of Grenadines. Bareges, Challies,
Mohairs. Poplins a-id Lisle Thread.
ENGLISH, FRENCH and AMERICAN PRINTS.
WHITE and PRINTED MARSEILLES and PIQUES.
A full line or BLACK BILKS,
MOURNING GOODS in everv variety,
A toll line of WHITE GOODS—L nen Sheetings and
Table D mask, English and French LONG CLOTHS,
FANCY CAS8IMEKB3, BLACK FRENCH CLOTHS,
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS, ftc., ftc., at the lowest
market prices. feb28—tf
137 CONGRESS ST.
KO MACHINERY USED!
EMPIRE CITY LAUNDRY,
OOBKBR OF MONTGOMERY STREET AND
CONGRESS STREET LANE.
^LL KINDS OF WASHING EXECUTED IN A
SUPERIOR MANNER AND AT LOW
9* Articles called for and delivered, in any part
Of (ho city,Tree of charge
49~ A TRIAL IS SOLICITED.
tel>28—lm A. J. RADCLIFF ft CO.
ADVANCES ON COTTON.
ABB PREPARED TO MAKE
liberal Advances on Cotton
Consigned to us, to b? hnld any length of time, unit
ing Consignors Particulars will be given on appli
cation at our office.
HARNEY & CO.,
12 Stoddard’s Upper Range*
L. M. Shafer. I£sq.,
89 York street, opposite the Court House, is hereby
AGENT FOE THE CITY OF SAVANNAH,
To receive and collect subscriptions fur the
located to the City of Bainbridge, Georgi s.
It is earnestly hoped that the citizens of Savannah
will-serionsly consider the Importance of the College,
and lend a helping baud in order to its early comple-
W. H. HOOKER,
Jas. ‘W’. i£eogh (
LOCKSMITH and BELL-HANGER,
H AS REMOVED from the corner of Jefferson and
President streets to the
CORNER OF WHITAKER STREET AND
Board at $7 Per Week.
QOOD BOARD CAN BS OBTAINED AT THE
ubufo price par week within a few minntes walk of
Bay street.' Afctf, a FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT.
Apply at this office.feb25—tf
Furs and Skins.
I’iEER, OTTER, MINK, RACCOON, etc., bought
for shipping; also,
Hides, Beeswax and Wool.
.feb!9—MAF4w • 212 Bay su, foot of Jefferson.
Mules at Private Sale.
JP»OR SALE-SIX PINE WELL BROKE MULES
For farther Information Inquire at the office of
mh2—tf WILLIAMS, WARD A MclNTIRE.
LECTURE ON CHINA!
A LECTURE WILL BE DELIVERED,: under the
t\ aus. lces-of the
Georgia Historical Society,
Hon. J0I1\ E. WARD,
on THURSDAY EVENING, the 6th instant, at eight
o’clock, in the TUftATRE.
TIOKETF can «;e procured at th- Book Stores or
fro.rt the Committee. The Historical 8 ck ty and the
lecturer desiring to co-operate wi h the community
in paying a tribute to the late BIS'JOI’ BLLIO i T. at
the time of hia death the beloved and honored Pre
sident of the Society, the proceeds of the lecture will
be devoted to that purpose.
A. R. LAWTON,
W. d. BOG. RT,
J. S. F. LANCASTER,
mh2—td Committee Georgia H,stoma Society.
TO FARNER8 AND PLANTERS.
Ws Offer for sale the DOUBLE REFINED POUD*
BETTE, made by the Lodi Manutoctnring Company,
from the night soil of New York City, at $25 per ton
of 2,060 lba., freight added.
PURSE ft THOMAS, Agents,
Road the following testimonials :
■ at Hoxg, Near Marietta, Ga„ Oct. 16,1867.
A. J. Roberts «£• Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
Gentlemon—I am well pleased with the result of the
use of the “Double Refined Poudrotto” on my crops.
1 tried it 'oiT'bdth corn and cottou, and am satisfied
wherever it was applied the yield was more'than
double what it would hare bc-on without it Y regret
exceedingly my not usuing it more extensively the
present year,-but will try to make Op my loss hy pur
chasing a larger quantity next spring. I regard it as
the cheapest, most reliable, and easiest managed fer
tilizer within my knowledge, ai»« cheerfully recom
mend it (os I have tried it thoroughly) to the farmers
of this seotion, and particularly to those planting cot
ton, from the fact of Its causing it to mature from ten
days to two weeks earlier than it would without the
use of the Poudrctte. I also used It on my garden,
-Akd found it of much beneV t to all kinds of plants.
Very respectfully, &C.,
. J! G. 8. OGLESBY.
Extract from a letter received from Professor Martin,
of Hampden, Sidney Cbllegd, Virginia, dated July
Tile Doable Refined Poudrctte to operating-'like a
charm cm.my crop, and attracting universal attention
from all beholders. I am already satisfied that it is
the cheapest and surest renovator of our worn-out
High 8hoaus, Ga., Oct. 4,1867.
Janies R. Dev. Esq- :
Sir—The Double Refined Foudretto I bought for
two other jtertle* to connection with myself—one ol
them need it on cotton and corn, and thinks it an-
swetbd finely; the other put it on cotton, on very
poorgroond. and thinks it doubled his crop* I used
it ou corn. It auawered finely, and was thought by
the hand that cultivated the crop to be folly equal to
Rbodes’ Super Phosphate. I also need it pn about an
acre of cotton, and, I am clearly of opinion that it is
the best and cheapest fertilizer to use, and 1 exppet
to order several tons this winter.
. Yours, very respectfully.
ELfiAVnxK. Schley County, Ga., Oct. 4,1867.
The Double Refined Poudrette purchased of yon
last spring, I think, increased my c/op of cotton 160
pounds per acre; put it upon worn out pine land, at
the rate of *10 pounds per acre, drilled iu with cottou
' Sooreu'io.. 8. MONTOOMEBY.
Salibbuby, N. C., Aug. 10, 186T.
Janies R. Dev. Esq.:
Dear Sit—I can safely say that your Donble Refined
Poudrette is tor superior to any other other fertilizer
cotton; furl hav# given it a fair trial this season.
Yours, JEHU FOSTER, Jk.
Savannah, Ga., Sept 25,1867.
James R. Dev. Esq., Present.:
Dear Sir—I used the Double Refined Poudrette
tewf ht of you last spring, on-corn. 1 think it increas
ed the yield one-half. 1 consider it an excellent
Respectfully, T. HOLCOMBE.
Ridgeway, 8. C., Sept. 21,1&7.
Mr. James R. Dry; ■
Sir—I applied’the Doable Refined Poudrette by it
and in nombtoitiun with other fertilizers, on cot
ton! and «!&»«£&wttfc it;a© much so that it is my
present intention to purchase a larger supply of yon
the next year to apply to my cotton crop;
Yours, very respectably,
, // K . . HENRY O. DAVIS.
Boon Moukt, Edgecombe, Co., N. 0., Nov. 13,1866.
\ R. Dev. Esq.: ,
: «»p—In reply to.your inquiry of the results of onr
mperiend* In th«f nss Of your Improved Pondrette,
purchased ef frm/or thi* year’s cotton crop,.we would
beg leave to my that the present season has been one
utnte unfavorable to the action of all fertilizers.
Several kinds of manureuwere u*e»i by ns. with the
exeeptloawf ‘jmrRxta^xtns, with Utile orno effect td
THE FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP
Will sail for the above port on
Tuesday, Murcia 10* ut — o’clock — m.
No Engaged Berths Secured Unless
Paid for by MONDAY MORN IN G, March
Through bills lading given here on Cotton destined
tor Liverpool, by first-class steamers.
For freight or passage aoplv to
HUNTER ft GAMMELL.
mh4 S4 Bay street.
FOB HEW YORK
THE FIRST CLASS STEAMSHIP
Will sail for the above port on
Friday, March 6, at — o’clock — n.
For freight or passage apply to
mb3 4t bTAFR ft R05BRT8.
Philadelphia and Southern
Mail Steamship Co.
Cabin Passago *90
The first class steamship
Will sail for the above port on
Saturday, March 7th, at —o'clock—m
For freight or passage apply to
mli3 HUNTER ft GAMMELL.
FOR NEW YORK
CABIN PASSAGK $,S.
STBKIIAGB. with Sab.litcnc. $17.
p*r GREAT REDUCTION IN LOCAL
FREIGHT FROM NEW YORK.
TAB PINS 81DEWHEBL STEAMSHIP
Will sail as above on
Saturday, March 7th, at — o'clock — m.
tar Positively no engaged berths secured after
Wednesday. March 4th, unless paid for.
Stir For freight or passage, having superior ac
commodations. apply to
JOS. ROSSE, Ja., Agent,
iso. 12 Stoddard's Range.
WM. R. HARRISON, Agent,
mh2 No. 6 Bowling Green. New York.
will sail for Baltimore on
FRIDAY, MARCH 6th.
For freight or passage, having good accommo
dation?, apply to
feb29 J. B. WEST ft CO.
FOR NEW YORE
Mail Steamship Lane,
SAILING EVERT THURSDAY.
Cabin i’auage, (25 Steerage, $13
The newand very fast sailing side wheel steamship
will positively leave on her regular day,
Thursday, March 5th, at 8 o’clock p. m.
Bills of lading given here on through freights
,>f cor.ton to Lt /erpool by first-class steamers.
For freight or passage, hav ng new snd splendidly
Arranged accommodations, apply to
W ILDER & FULLARTON,
8 Stoddard's Upper Range,
v Opposite the Post Office.
N. B.—No engaged berths secured after Tuesday,
March 3d, unless paid for. feb’29
CHANGE OP DAT.
II. M. Cool
Captain C. G. DEMING,
Will, on and niter SATURDAY, March 7th. leave
Savannah EVERY Tf7ESD& V A ND SATURDAY for
Darien, from Padniford’s wharf, at 9 o’clock A. M.
Of N. B —OnTUE^D- 5 YS will ran to Jeffersonton
and. ail landings on SatHla River, arriving at
Hailey's Lower Mil s at 8 O’dock A. M., WEDNES
DAY and return at l o’clock same day—leaving DA-
rien every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 8 o’clock
Freight payable by shippers.
ft-b'29—tf M. A. OnWEW, Age't *
UNITED STATES BAIL
EERNANDINA, E. FLA.
TOUCHING AT BRUNSWICK AND
ST. MARY’S, LEAVING EVERY
MONDAY AND THURSDAY
MORNING, AT 10 O’CLOCK.
THE ONLY STEAMER ,
HAVING A THROUGH ARRANGEMENT WITH
THE FLORIDA AiaILKOAD.
THE STEAMER *
WUl leave Savannah regularly as above, connect
ing with all points on the Florida snd Central Rail*
road, aa*t from Jacksonville to all points on the St.
Returning will leave Fernandina every Tuesday
and Friday Arternoou, arriving at Savannah
on Wednesday and Saturday mornings.
For Freight or Passage, having superior aroemmo-
dsttomi, apply at the office on Fionas Steam Packet ^
Wlrerf, Ol to CLAUQUBN £ CCHKISGHAJI,
For Saie or Charter.
° > !t?aiid to the counties below on the Chattahoo-
.. , river; also in theadjoining counties In Alabama.
Witt attend to the presentation and collection of
a they have
A SCHOONER .
of One Bnifdred and Thirli'(U0) Tom,
rend, for sere For fanned
ttoa inanixe st the offiosiof
Mil—tf WnjJAltg, WA&D * XgUTIKB..
THE FIB8TCLA88 STEAMSHIP
Will sail on
Sunday, March 8, ut 7 o’clock a. xa.
For Freight or Passage apply to
OOTAVU8 COHEN ft OO., Agents.
82 Bay street, Savannah, Ga,
Y^k? “* L ° WD * N ’ Agent * No * w street. New
The A1 British barque RUBY, Captain
McIxttme, about 1,600 bales capacity, will
have dispatch. Fcr freight apply to
mb3—3t E. A- SOULLARD.
Tb.fin.El ship AAEON BROWN, hn,-
|lng s tog. portion of be. freight ensagrei,
srtll bsve qnlck aispatoh M above. For farther
freight, e- gtg.ments spP'y to
JOD26—if BHIi.HAM, HOLST A OO.
The first-class and very fast sailing Ame-
|ricaa ship SCREAMER, Son. Young, Mas-
ter, having ft portion of her cargo engaged, will have
early dispatch. For balance of freight apply to
feb27—lOt WILDER ft FULLARTON.
Auction - inis L>a*
B1 BLUN AND MJSYKR.
THIS DAY, 5th inst., at 10 o’clock, will be sold,
60 bbls Potatoes, slightly frost bitten,
10 boxes Goshen Cb»-ese.
20 refins Wrapping Piper,
5 tierces Canvas.-e i Hams,
20 small boxes Candy,
5 boxes Frw*h Mastard,
1 bbl Georgia Syrup.
3 bbls Vinegar,
Dry Goods, Clothing and Hosiery.
1 A1 Draft Horae,
1 Jersey Wagon,
1 Cotton Gin, -
A large assortment of—
Household Furniture. mh5-lt
Auction Sales—Future Oavs
in bankruptcy—assignees ratio.
BY GKO. W. WYLLY, Auctioneer.
By virtue of the authority vested to me ss Assignee
of the eatate of P. Leshler, bankrupt, I will offer for
sole, at public auction, on MONDAY, the 9th day of
Match, A. D„ 1868, at 11 o'clock, at Savannah,
Georg o. the goods contained in the stole No. 148
Brosghton street, consisting of
Gloves, Hats, Shoes.
Clothing, Buttons, Collars,
Shirts, Jewelry, ftc.
mhfi-td EDW. O. RICHARDSON, Assignee.
BY BLUN A MEYER,
By permission of the Honorable, the O nortof Ordi
nary, wiff.be sold on FRIDAY, March 5th, at 11
o’clock, A. M., in front of the store,
One Iron Safe,
One Extension Table,
Two Sotos, Ope Tea Table,
Foot Arm Chairs. Wire Dish Covers,
Wire Safe, Pair Scales, Office Desk,
.One Copying Press.
The above being the perishable property of W. D.
Etheridge, dee’d, late of Chatham coonty.
By order of JAMES REED,
feb25-10t Administrator T. C. A.
A STORMY LIFE, by Lady Fullerton.
Queen Victoria’s Journal in the Highlands.
Sense, or Tboughttul Papers; by “Brick
ON BOTH SIDES OF THE SEA, by author
of Schomberg Cotta Family.
NONSENSE, by “Brick Pomeroy.”
STELLWAY ON THE BYE.
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, by Louis Baaer
ibis Cooper, Olcott ft Co.
^ VERY SUPERIOR FERTILIZER. WUl be
a >id to Planters on time for approved paper.
feb’27—lw ROBT. HABERSHAM ft SONS.
B EG LEAVE to inform the public that the price of
the bOODS as their Depot. South B'oad rtreet,
one door east of Barnard, hits been REDUCED to the
lowest point. They respectfully solicit the patronage
of the charitable and benevolent, who may need
each articles as the SOCIETY bos for sale.
/■YUErANNUSL" SUPPLY of that well tried and
\J uticeesafW* Fertilizer, .
“The Eu#«ka Ammoniated Bone
6uper*IUtt>sp1h^te of Lime,”■*
Is nbvf-aff'Mtt and datty expected. Those who desire
to m-e it most apply early, as the aupply is limited.
ft*b?4*~2W ' F. W. SIMff ft OO.
JOHN B. SAEDY,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION
ALSO. IKPORTER.ANDDBAJ.Ea IN
feblO—tr SN SOUTH STREET, NEW fORK.
4 GENTS WANTED. NOW READY TOR OAN-
“THE WAB BETWEEN THE STATES :
Cssks, Character. Cosduct sad Reswlts,*
Br Box. ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS.
Bend for cirenlara, with terms, and a full descrip
tion of the work. Addvosp,
NATIONAL PUBLISHING OO.,
fepl3—lm* Atlanta, Go.
rpWO CARGOES, OF ABOUT BIGHT THOUSAND
bushels each, tor sale to arrive.
feb28—lw ROBERT HABERSHAM ft gONS.
To.: th© XiadiesI
f | ' —AND —
HfRS. E- touts, harm* engage:! one of KmIuk
fix h: DOTSY-i Drew and cloak CutteM, u naw -
fitruTiin taught ¥ooSr»ri
f^"*- 133 EP*»TAIRS.
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