dottamtat) (fitmthtg Journal.
BY J. B. CUJIBEDCiE.
THOMAS W. LANE, Euitor.
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vertisements appear in both papers.
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made on liberal terms.
New Arrangement for Passenger Train*.
ON and after Tuesday July Ist. passenger Trains
will run as follows:
Leave Savannah 8. AM. I Arrive alMaconfi,3o P. M.
Leave Macon 7,30, A M. | Arrive atSavan’hb’, A. M.
Leave Savannah 8, P.M. I Arrive at Macon 5,15, A. VI
Leave Macon 4,30, P. M. j ArriveatSava’h2,3o, A.M.
The Day Trains connect with the Macon and W s
tern Night Trains to and from Atlanta, Montgomery
and Chattanooga, with stages to and from Ailgus a.
from No 9, (and going east) to and from Milled, e
ville, from Gordon.
The Night Trains connect with daily Steamers to
andfrom Charleston,and with weekly Steamsh ps
to and iroin New- York ; at Macon with the Mac tn
and Western Day Trains to and from Atlanta, ( o
lumbus oy Stage tr<m Barnesville, Augusta, hy Ge r
gia Rail Road, and with South Western Rail Road to
and from Fort Valley, and by Stages with poi; ts
south westward WM. M. WADLhY,
june 21 Gen’l.Superintendaut
“PEKIN TEA COMPANY.”
Warehouse 75 and 77 Fulton-st ., New York.
This TEA Company has always
fjj maintained a high reputation for l
oi the most delicious char-llii;.-.
acter and tragrancy, and are warranted to give sat's
faction in every instance. If they do not prove a
represented they may be returned. For sale by ti e
-Agent J. A. MAYER,
mar 5 154 Broughton Street.
OPTS AND SHOES.
CASES fine sewed caff skin Boots; 12 and
pegged do do do : Monterey and Congrer
Boots; Ladies and Gent’s Gaiter Boots; Ladies’ Tie
>and Slippers ; Boys’and Youth’s Shoes, 5000 pai
Brogans. For sale by
oct 28 STALEY & IIENDRY.
Sign of the Golden Eagle, Congress street
J. 11. COHEN A CO.
No. 140, Broughton-st,
Next to I. VV. Morrell & Co’s., Furniture
ARE daily receiving large additionsto their much
admired and Cheap Stock of
“of the Newest and most Fashionable Styles,’’ac
knowledged by all to be
“ CHEAPER THAN TIIE CHEAPEST.”
Our facilities enable us to keep a complete assort
ment in o#r line, and we ere determined to make,
this the *‘ Real O’ ot Savannah,” by sell*
ing Retail prices. Soliciting a con tin
nation of kindly extended us, we
respectf’ ite all to call and be satisfied.
Plantei .vtil find it to their interest, to examine
No trouble to show Good? may 28
VALUABLE IHi EM ENT !
A complete and substantial substitute for
3LOCK-TUNG, HOUNDS, SWAY-BARS,
SAND-BOARD an-< KING BOLT.
D. VV. SEELEY’S
patent couplings i
For the fore AXLES and BOLSTERS, of Spring
Blocks, of four wheeled Vehicles of all descriptions,
arejU3tly classed in the list of the most valuable
improvements oi the age ; both fur their perfect
utility, economy aud durabiliy.
For Farming or Teaming purposes, or light
They are vastly superior to any other mode of cou
pling now known or used. Though thousands of
unimpeachable witnesses could be produced to tes
tify to these facts, yet the Patentee would only ask
for an examination of his Apparatus.
The coupling is affected by the use of two metalic
circular plates, bolted, one to the bolster and perch,
and the other to the axle, which are connected to
gether by a peculiarly shaped bolt, in such a manner
that the fore axle cannot be separated troin the body
of the carriage without first removing one of the
fore wheels, and turning the axle in a position at
right angles with its working position: which, it
will be seen, brings one arm of the axle directly un
der the perch. For further particulars read Testi
Notice of the Press.
Valuble Invention—lmportant to Waggon
Makers— Mr. David W. Seely, of Cai lisle, Schoha
rie County, New York,has recently secured a patent
for one of the most valuable improvements of the
age. It is for connecting the fore axle to the olster
or bodyof a waggon,in a firm and substantial manner
and dispensing'with the use of the old fashioned
hounds, block-tung, sand-board, and sway-bars, ‘
avoiding the necessity ol boring the bolster and ax e !
for the kina-bolt; making at least five dollars less j
expense for ironing tin; vehicle to which it is applied i
and the same saving in the expense of the wood- i
work.—N. Y. Farmer A: Mechanic.
This improvement has taken premiums at
seven State Fairs, inc'uding the American Institute.
Orders filled by 3. Z. MURPHY,
april 12 tm
New York Wire Railing Works.
rilH E Subscriber manufactures
Jl Wire Railing for public and private grouds,
Verandahs, window Guards and Gratings :
Wrought and Cast Iron Railing.lronColumns,
Iron Doors and Shutters, Iron Beadsteads and Iron
Willis Fknciss, for Plantations, Rail Ronds, etc.,
madoentirely on anew plan, with rails and iron
peel'3; pi ces at 9,11 and 13 cents per running foot,
4! feeteigh ; for circulars with designs address
JOHN B. WICKERSHAM,
240 Broadway, New York.
N.B The subscriber would refer to the enclo
sure oiT. rsyth Place, the railing and ga’lery work
Wattho Jev\ ish Synagogue and- number of dwellings
in Savannah, the enclosure of the private cemetery
at the Everett family at Fort Valley, and also to
the work at Macon, Madison and other places in
mar 4 Iv
IVT EVV ROOKS.—The Life and Letters of Bra
il thold Geoniebuhr—with essays on hiseharactei
and influence ; by the Chevalier Bunsen, and Profes
sors Brandish and Rorrcll.
Cosmos: a sketch of a physical description ol tb
Universe; by Alex. Von-Humboldt—vol.4
The Days of Bruce: a story from Scottish His
tory ; ly Grace Aguilar.
Piquinilo : a tal by G. P. It. James, Esq.
Viola, or Adventures in the far South-west; by
Wilburn ; or. The Heir of the Manor: a Romance
of the old do uinion ; by Walter Whitmore, Esq.
Corsican Brothers : a Legendary Romance; by
Up the Rhine ; by Thos. Hand—with com c illus
trations: being No. 10 Putnam’s Library. Apple
ton’s Library—Papers trorn the Quarterly Re
Recollections of a Routhern Matron ; by Caroline
The Wigwam and the Cabin : or Tales of the
South; hy the author of “The Yarnassee,” “The
Golden Christmas,” &c.
The Pictorial Brother Jonaban, lor the Fourth of
July, 1852. Also, a fresh supt ol Horse-Shoe Rub
in on ; byJ. P. Kennedv.ply ceived aud for sale
jauii 10j “ Re.'. B. CUBBEDG.
Ten cents a week, or two cents a copy.
I>U. U. D. iiVliMvS.
(Late ol New York)
SURGICAL & MECii ANICAL DENTIST,
Corner Congress d* Whitaker-sts.,
Over Dry Goods Store, Savannah.
EtNTSziSb I s now prepared to execute all
kinds of Deiitrical Work iu the most
scientific manner. Persons suffering
from Toothache can be relieved,
without extracting, in ten minutes.
Prices very moderate.
april 6 ly
( DB. Iff C. HE ALII
Office Franklin-sqr., Bryan-at., Savannah, Oa.,
Is prepared to perform all opera
tions upon natural TEE 1 H, and re
place those which are lost, from one
F■ to an entire Double Set. All work
warranted to be durable. Extracting performed
with can -and skill. Charges moderate. Tooth-ache
cured, examination aud advice grulis.
march 2 Ly
“ GEORGE W. HARDCASTLE.
JlfrfMf 1 CARRIAGE maker,
200 Congress and ll Jl
95 St. Julian Street,
IATOULD Return his thanks to his friends and pat
* rons lor past favors,and inform them, that he
is now ready at the old stand, to execute any work
in the above line, and hopes by his untiring exertions
to please all who may honor him with a call. Ail
kiuds of reparing in the above business done with
the utmost neatness and dispatch.
Wheelwright and Blarksmith work, and all kinds
of Wheels, VVaggons, Dray 8, Carts, &c., made on the
shortest notice and on most liberal terms, ly lebs
R. H DARBY.
FASHIONABLE TAILOR & CUTTER,
OFFERS his e. rvicesto the iMtizniis of Savannah,
and,respectfully solicits a snare of thoir patron
age. He has no doubtof giving satisiaction to all
who may favor him with an order l'orcutting or ma
kingthemost fashionable garment. dec 13
HOUSE & SIGN I'iUNTER, GLAZIER &GILDE
Corner Liberty and Montgomery-sts.
ORNAMENTAL WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION EXE
CUTED IN A STYLETIIAT CANNOT HE SURPASSED.
description of .lobbing executed at the
k shortest notice. ly april 9
No. 7 Barnard street , North side of the Mar
ket, and opposite Planters’ Hotel.
BELL HANGER, AND MANUFACTURER
—OK ALL KIND3 OF—
FIRE PROOF SAFES, I HON RAILINGS,
§ Offers his services to the Citizens of Savan
nah, and State ofGeorgia. Heai prepared to
fill orders for anything iu the above line, at
the^shortest notice, aud on the most reasonable
terms. oct 23
House and Sign Painter, Gilder,
Dealer in Paints, Oils, Turpentine, Varnish. Win
dow Glass Putty, Pain Brushes, &c.
Brovghton-strect. between Whitaker and Bull.
F. W. CORNWELL
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, AA
Ldm And Mechanics’Tools of all kinds. I Vi
* J No. 202 Bryan Street, Savannah, Ga.
E. HERBERT OLMSTED D
/ , al CABINET MAKER AND PNDER-f^
-yr taker, vi,
i JSXii Corner of Bull and Stale-sis.. * 1 ‘
over Messrs. Stibbs & Davi’s,
RESPECTFULLY solicits ashare of the patronage
of the public in his line of business. All orders
left with him will be punctually attended to. feb 2
PORTRAIT, LANDSCAPE AND ANIMAL
St. Andrew's Hall, corner , of Broughton and
mar 5] Joffer son-streets. [6 m
Now offering at wholesale and retail a large
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
At Roberts A: Foote’s old stand, Congress-street,
mar 20 E. L. GUERAED.
D rTh.Tro y a 11,
D IE i\ : T 1 S T .
Office 12 y Broughton-strcet , near Whitaker.
Office hours from 8 to 2 o'clock, and from 3 to G.
mar 11 eom
IMPROVED B R A C E.
DR. 3. G Pancost Dentist,No. 150Broughton-st.
Having made arrangements with the manuiac
urer of s he above valuable Chirurgical instrument,
viil supply all applicants, either at wholesale or re
A Female well qualified to tit the Brace, will be in
ttendance upon Ladies, and if desired will wait
upon them at their residences,
*N. B.—Orders from Physicians in the country
will oe proinply att- nd< and to. april 7
‘ \ j* <u7. a ohM,
FACTORS A COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 94 Bay-street , Savannah.
W.P.Yonge, july 8 W. Odf v
5S E G All A N I) TOii A V C O STORE,
Bull-street , (Sign of the “Big” Indian,)
N. B.—- Keeps constantly on hand Spanish, Hall
Spanish, and American Segars, at wholesale aud re
tail. Also, Chewing Tobacco, Snuff, <Lc. june I:
.i. ii. aiui.s..
FACTOR, COMMISSION & FORWARDING
M E 11 C 11 A N 1 ,
Number 172 Bay ritreet, Savannah. Georgia,
oct 9 ly
s. z. murphy’
Wheelwright ;uhl lilacksmitli,
No. 96 and 98 St. Julian-street,
West side of the Market, Savannah, Gat
Carriages made and repaired at short notice, and a
re asouubleprice ly jan 27 !
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Broughton-st reel, next door to the Marshall
House , Savannah , Ga.
Having on h and a yveeeselec
ted stock of FALL and WINTER CLOTHING,
he solicits a share of patronage. Thoso of his friends
who may f*vdr him with a call,will do well. Owing
to liis small expanses,he can sell at much lighter prof
it thanthose that pay a heavy rent. Don't forget to
give him a call. Garments made to order and war
ranted to fit. ly oct 20
/ 4ABVOR OIL, beat quality, wholesale and re
yj rail, by “ J. A. MAYER,
j uly 8 154 Broughton sere
SAVANNAH, TUESDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 10, 1852
JOHN m. GITEBARB,
ATTTOKNEY AT LAW.
COMMISSIONER FOR NEW JERSEY
175 Bay Street ,
july 19 Savannah. Ga.
ATT olt NE Y A T LV W
Office at the Corner of Bay aud Whitaker-sts.,
Over Swift. ,fc Heuslow’s Store,
FLEMING & MILLEN,
f IIK undersigned having united in the practice of
1 Law, will attend punctually to any Business en
trusted to their care. Ofiice corner Bay and Whita
ker streets, over Messrs. Swift,Dent-low cl Cos,
William B.Flemin g John M. Millen.
Corner of Bay and Whitaker streets.
Oliice hours from 9 A M. to 2P. M., and 3A P. M.
to 6 P.M. ly april 29
V. VV. SKIFF,
Watch-Uiaker miti .leweler,
JSo. 129 Congress Street, Savannah, Georgia,
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry repaired and
CLASSICAL AND BNGLISH
157 BROUGHTON SfREKT.
B. MAJLJLON, Prißicipal.
Miss A. M. PARKER, Teacher oi Primary Classes
HENRI HERRISSE, Teachei of French.
Dr. L. KNORR, Classical Teacher.
The Principal may be found daiiy at his u boo!
Ro‘ mfrom 3to 4 P. M. ly sept 29
(i The undersigned having - opened with an
302#entire New Stock ol
At No. 139 South Side of Broughton-st., for
merly Walker s Marble Yard,
Is now ready to furnish any thing in his Lin**, at the
made in his own peculiar way, sent to any part of
the city, and always to be had at the store, in the
highest state of perfection.
Prescriptions put up with care and dispatch.
|_£pThe having served
the public long ana faithfully, respectfully solicits
mar3 ly THU vIAS RYERSON, Agent
Removal of Jewelry Store, from Brough
ton to Congress Street.
V. W. SKIFF,
WOULD take this method of inform
ing his customers and the public gen j
(n J erally, that he has fitted up the store. Hm l
129 Congress-st., where he intends to JESU
make a permanent location, and carry on the Jew
elry busines in its various branches. Watches, Jew
elry, Clock, Slc., cleaned and repaired with des
patch, and warranted. Also, an assortment of Jew
elry constantly on hand which will be sold at rea
sonable prices. Those in want of any thing in the
above line of business, would uo well to oall at
Skiff’s, on Congress st„ first door West of Dr. Par
sons. (july 23) V. W. SKIFF & CO.
WHERE IS SKIFF?
Is still the inquiry on Broughton street, by hun
dreds, daily—we refer those inquiring friends to the
above advertisement, for further information, call
at 129, Congress street.
rpHE Subscriber is pi epared to lay Tin Roofs o
A correct principles, and from 16 years’ experi
ence, feels assured he can give satisfaction. Price
very low. Best reference giv< n.
leb 18 J.J. MAURICE.
Gutters and Conductors made to order.
r PHE undersigned have sold out their Retail Stock
ol Boots, Shoes, A*c.. iu Gibbons’ Building to
Mr. Wm Heidt, who will continue the Retail Busi
ness at our Old Stand, and for whom wo respectful
ly soUcit a liberal share of the patronage of our old
friends. (june 3) E. F. WOOD <fc CO.
rpHE undersigned has moved from
1 to the Store in Gibbons’ Budding, recently oc
cupied by E F Wood & Cos., where he will be hap:
py to supply his old customers, and also the late
patrons oi Messrs. E.F. Wood &Cos.
june3 v WM. HEIDT.
~ 98 BR YA N STREET. ‘
FALL AMD WINTER 00008.
r|IHE Subscriber has just received his selected
I stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, con
sisting in part or English, French and German
Cloths ; English, French and Scotch fancy and black
Cassimcres ; also, a large and splendid variety of
Vestings, consisting of fancy Silks, Satins and Wors
ted, black and figured do, and black embrodered do,
which heis prepared to make to older in the most
fashionable style, and on accommodating terms.
He has also rcceeived a select assortment of REA
DY MADE CLOTHING,for men ami boys. Togeth
er witha large and choicesupply of HATS and CAPS
made upin the mostfashionable style, and to his
own order. PHILIP KEAN,
oct 9 ly 98 Bryan-st.
LUIiK l’ Ul.B CELEBRATED AKA lIIAN
r LINIMENT—A certain cure for all kinds of
Rheumatism, boreness and Swelling of the Breast,
Pain and Weakness in the Back and Joints, Sprains,
bruises. Cramps. Old Sores. Paralysis, or loss of
power in the Limbs, Burns, Wounds,Swellings, Salt
Rheum, &c., a single trial ill convince any one of
the efficacy of this truly valuable Liniment, and as a
remedy tor Horses in Spavin, Splint, Galls, Bruises
and Wounds, there is nothing to excel it. For sale
by HUMPHREYS &l JOHNSON,
june 9 corner Brought < -and Whitaker-sts.
jV FAV BOORS.—LiIe in New York, or the Se
-l 1 cretOrderot the Seven, a Romance; by the
Author of Avel Parsons, or the Brothers Revenge
Florence DeLack, etc., etc.
The Diary of a London Physician ; by Samuel C.
Warner, Author of Ten Thousand a year.
The Texas Virago, or the Tailor ot Gotham, and
other Tales; by C W. Webber, Author of Shot in
the Eye, Old Hicks, the Guide, etc., etc.
His orical Sketch of the Electric Telegraph, in
eluding its rise and progress in the United States ;
by Alexander Jones.
“Roughing it in the Bush : or Life in Canada ; by
Susanna Woodie. For sale by
july 8 J. B CUBBEDGE.
LOOK HERE.—We have just received the fin
est Bsortment of Hair Brusher,Tooth Brushes,
ever offered in this city. Our stock ot Hair Brushes
consist of up wards ol sixty different patterns, and
our stock of Tooth Brushes consists of over ninety
different Kinds, besides a large lot of Fancv Goods,
which we will sell at price lower than ever offered
here before. If you want a Hair Brush to suit you.
call and get one at
june 26 HUMPHREYS & .JOHNSON.
Corner Broughton and Whitaker sts.
OWANI)’S TONIC MIXTI RE, warrant
ed pure, for sale by
HUMPHREYS & JOHNSON,
june 5 corner Broughton and VVhitnker sts.
Hairbrushes of every description, some
very fine and rich patterns, for sale by
HUMPHREYS A: JOHNSON,
aug 2 Corner Broughton and Whitakei srs.
53= Payable to the Carriers
J. 11. COHEN Sc CO..
I J /A RROUGti'iON-STREET, solicit a call
, *■ AU from the ladies, to inspect the following
Dress Goods, &c., which will be sold at the lowest
i prices :
| Black Silks of different widths and qualities.
Colored and Foulard Silks
Colored Muslins, a beautiful assortment,
j Silk and Worsted Bareges.
Scotch and French Ginghams,fast colors.
Calicos at 10c. yard, fust colors. Also—
| Swiss. Plaid, Cambric ami Dotted Muslin, very low.
i July i
New books.—t ime and Tide : or .Strive
and Win ; by A L Rue, Author of Janie* Mon t
joy, to Love and to be Loved, etc*., etc
Fair Rosamond : or the Queen’s Victim; by Pierce
! Egan. Ksqr.
Marco Paul’s Travels aud Voyages in Vermont ;
; by Jacob Abbot.
| The Merry Museum for July.
■ The.* Ladies’ Wreath for July,
j The Christian Review for July.
■ rfartains Magazine for August. Received hy
i july 15 J.B CUBBEDGE.
| TN PICK ABLE LOCK *—For doors of any
| “ J kind, which challenge the world to pick them,
| the hero of a hundred locks” not excepted. It is
; du** to the public that locks thus offered, should oe
I fairly testeu. For that purpose the proprietor of
j furs to deposit Five Hundred dollars in proper hands
; lor two years, if not sooner won—as a reward to the
i successful operator, on the following terms. Any
j person may select three locks from thirty—before
examining them—and may then examine the re
maining twenty-seven, ami have the use of their
keys. He may then have one month to prepare his
picking instruments, when he must begin the pick
ing operation, and pay one per c**' , nt. per day on the
amount deposited, till he picks one of the three se
lected locks, or abandons it, the last of which lie
may not Jo till ho lias operated ten days. When he
has picked one lock, to the acceptance of n disinter
ested committee, he isonly to prove that he k lows
how to pick them by picking the remaining two
locks in the two following days, to the acceptance
of the same committe-, and take the 6500.
This may certify t at Mr. E. 28. Woodbridge has :
deposited in trty hands a certified check of 6500, I
payuble at the Hanover Bank, New York, for the I
purpose named 111 the above advertisement.
Payable Teller at t;.e Hanover Bank.
l ir* The above Locks with3 keys, with a varie
ty ot superior finished Store, and House Door Locks,
with and with -ut knobs. Also, Carpenters Mortice,
Stock. Closet. Chest,Trunk Pad, Drawer,&c., A;c.
with Porcelain and Mineral Knobs, just leceiveand
for sale by E. LOVELL,
jun<*s No. ll Barnard street.
THE GENUINE Carpenter’s Extract Sarsapar
-I. ilia, for sale by
june11 HUHPHREY3 & JOil NSO N
pOLORED TABLE CLOTHS Col and. Cot
yj ton Table Cloths, various siz- s
Col and Linen and Worsted do
Col’d Piano Covers, for saie low*, by
J II COHEN & f’O,
june 17 140 Broughton streeet,
next to I W Morrell’s Furniture Store.
DACON*—SO hhdsprime Bacon Sides ; 25 do do
do Shoulders ; 20 tierces choice canvassed
Hams ; lor sale by
july 2 WEBSTER & PALMES.
I >JLNE Al> I>l4E CIIKK-E A few tboxeTfor
.1 sale at the Emporium, by
june 14 S.GOODALL.
| > OBINSON’S PATENT 15A RLEY —This
AU article is strongly recommended by the’Facul
ty as a nutritious, cooling loop for infants. It is al
so.much approved for making h delicate custard
etc. J ust received and lor sale by
jaly 21 VV. VV. LINCOLN, Monument-sqr.
\ OLDENS Carminative, for sale by
ii june 14 HUMPHREYS & JOHNSON.
IJODA WATER in its highest state of perfection .
O manufactured after a late improved method,
with a costly self-generating apparatus, and war, !
ranted to be superior to any heretofore sold in this !
city, served with fresh syrups and kept constantly
cold. Also, iced Congress Water
may 19 J. A. MAYER, 154 Broughton-st.
ORRIS TOOTH WASH, warranted genu’
ine, just received by
jur.e 14 HUMPHREYS & JOHNSON.
i>ATII BRICK.—3 casks English Bath Brick
A for scouring : just received and for sale by
june 14 VV W. LINCOLN, Monument-sqr.
SEGARB. —2U.000 Esmeraldoes., vary superior,
just received and for sale by
june 22 PADELFORD, FAY & CO.
4 TTENTION.—If you shonld be so unfortunate
H as to want Medicine at night, you can obtain
them at any hour, by ringing the night Bell, when a
competent person will wait on you. There will be
alight in the store all night.
HUMPHREYS & JOHNSON.
junes 6t corner Broughton and Whitaker-sts. |
“PDBIIC PURCHASING ASD COMMISSION
AGENCY IN NEW YOICK,
and tlic principal cities.
A. L. STIMSOK,
Public Agent and Correspondent,
ADAMS & C O’S . EXPRESS OFFICE,
No. 19 Wall Street. New York ,
WILL give prompt and faithful attention to pur
chasing Merchandise.Agricuitural Implements,
Surgical Instruments, ete. etc., in 1-rge or small
quantities, and forwarding by the most responsible
Expresses to any part ot the United States, the Can- i
adas amt Europe.
He will also execute any other practicable, |
proper, and remunerative commission, either per-I
sonal or through his Agents, in Washington City. 1
Baltimore, Philadelphia. Hartford,New Haven,Bos
ton, New Orleans, Mobile and Europe.
fJgp’ Only such letters as shall have been pre- i
paid, will be received, and every original application
to meet with attention, must enclose one dollar.
Orders directed to me.ii left at any of Adams 60
Co’s Express Offices, will come promptly to hand,or
they may be addressed (post-paid) to A. L. Stim
son, No. 19 Wall street, New York,
july 7 lOtw
R OWN’S ESSENCE OF JAM Al CA
GINGER.—This rticle is elaborately prepared
from carefully selected articles of the best quality.
It possesses in a concentrated form all the valuable
properties of the Jamaica Ginger, and is warranted
to be free from all irritating or other properties of
an injurious tendency
It is beneficially used in a variety of circumstan j
ces where a warm cordial and grateful stimulentis :
required, particularly in cases where there is a
sense of exhaustion arising from excessive fatigue |
or heat, a few drops in a half tumbler of water wirh J
a liltle sugar, will be found an effectual and most ;
pleasant restorative, which makes this Essence a
highly useful addition to the traveller's portman- ;
t au, as well as to the family collection of remedies, j
Where there is an unpleasant sense of weight or ;
nausea after eating, from imperfect digestion, or
where nausea is induced from riding in a railroad
car, or carriage, or from the motion of a vessel at
: sea, the Essence ofGinger.il given according to the
; directions, will almost invariaoly give relief.
In ordinary diarrhoea, incipient cholera, in short, (
i in all cases of prostration of the digestive functions, i
whether from indulgence or disease, it is of inesti- i
During the summer months, and in Southern cli
mates it is invaluable, particularly during the pre
; valence ofep.dornic cholera. No traveller or family
Ish >uld be without it. This day received per steam-
I cr. and for sale by VV. \V. LINCOLN,
! june 25 Monument square.
‘IHIF IM UirVND GENUINE DALBY’B
j A CARMINATIVE.— I’iiif prepar ition is without
any exception, the best remedy for Children ever
known. Call and get the genuine at
HUMPHREYS Si JOHNSON,
| june 9 Corner Broughton and Whitaker-sts.
gqpqtHial) (finning Journal.
YiT The following anecdote is worthy of wide
circulation ; not as capital for Fierse, but for the
j Thus Republicanism.—ln one of the hurdest
fights for the halls ot the Mexican capitol, Gen.
Pierce, after having beatiii and put to flight the Me
xican legions before him, hastened to the assistance
! ol Gen Persiior F.Smith, who w s hard pushed by
I the Mexicans, far superior in numbers to his own
,force. Gen. Smith being junior in rank, the com
mand was with Pierce s soon as they should meet.
On the arrival of Pierce the following short conver
sation took place:
Bierce.— General Smith, what can I do for you 1
I Smith. —Take the command-
Pierce.—H ave you suggested some plan for the
| Smith.—l had one: but now I have only to obey
J your orders.
I Pierce. —Well, sir, my order's are that you carry
• out your plan, and show me the place where I can
do something for you. I will show* you that Icon
! just as well fight under you as you under me.
Pierre, (to his soldiers). —Right into the flames!
“Great God !” exclaimed a very intelligent I
’ pctiit, a* lie heard this story from the American c
sul at Venice, “ who ever heard that a higher offict 1
I lougbt under his subaltern, for ono moment only,
even if the most glorious victory was dependent on
Buch examples of the Yankee nation must make
every throne in Europe tremble l—Miss. Free Tra
Mrs. Swxsshelm on Infidelity.—Mrs. Swiss
helm, editress of the Pittsburg Saturday Evening
Post, thus discourses on b fidelity. The Boston In
vestigator, an infidel paper, comes to usund on the
margin written, “Madam, please exchange.” With
treat pleasure sir. Wo never saw the Investigator
but once before and that was ten years ago. We
read it carefully, and one sentence in it we shall
never forget. The wriier was speaking of the ten
dercy of the doetrirv of grace to licentiousness
talking of the license a Christian might feel to sin,
becauseof hope of a pardon through a Saviour, ami
boasting of the superior morality of his creed. He
introduced the negative side ot the argument in
th* so words : “But the poor InHdel has no God, no
heaven.no Jesus Christ, no hell.”
No wm(ls ever struck us with such benumbing
force. What a poor, homeless orphan! What a
helpless, desolate child ! A man without a God to
h ve, < heaven to hope for— sinner without a Sa
vior ! No elaborate description of woe unutterable
ever conveyed to our mind the picture of despair
which did these Words. We never said ‘Our Fath
er’ with the same overwhelming meaning—with the
same overwhelming desire to be acko wiedged as a
child ! Our Father! What, if we were cast into
the region of space to wander aloose atom, without
any centre to attraction.
t CLOTH ING.—Fine Drab an<i
Brown Overcoats ; black,dre sand
frock do; Cloth, Cassimere. Tweeds
andSattinet Pants: Satin,Silk Velvet. Al.£-
Cashmere and Cloth embroidered Vests; Black and
Fancy Silk Cravat.**. For sale by
_oct 28 STALEY& HENDRY,Congress-st
f p ABLET O F ALABA ST E H. —Twraio
A Cashmerian Tabh tof Alabaster, for r moving
Tan Pimples and beautifying the complexion. Just
received ami for sale by \\ . VV. LINCOLN,
june2s Monument square.
An Okdlnance, to provide for the issuing of the
Bonds of the City of Savannah to pay the sub
scription heretofore made to the Suvaki ah and
Ogee he e Plank Road Cumuany.
SLC. Ist. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Alder
men of the City ol Sovannfth and Hamlets there
of, in Council assembled, and ii is h rehy ordained
by the authority ot the fame, That there sbali hi*
issued Bonds of the < ;*\ Savi.niiah. to the amount
of five thousand dollars, to pay fort .city subscrip
tion to the Savann- han Ou'echee Plank Road Com
pany. ‘1 he said Bonds shall be payable iu ten
years, with interest at tin rate of 7 per cent, per
annum, the interest payable semi annually, accord
ing to coupons to be armi xed to the Bonds.
RICHARD D. ARNOLD. Mayor.
Attest: R. F. Akin. Clerk of ( oiincil. July 10
To Increase the number of Privates of the
J> Lit ordain id by the Mayor and Aldermen of the
-J City of Savannah and Hamlets thereof, in Coun
cil assembled, and it is hereby ord ined bv the au
thority ot the same, that the number of Privates of
the City Watch shall be eighty-six instead of sixty
six, as heretofore, and that the additional number
of Privates to be appointed under this ordinance
shall be subject tv/ all the existing ordinances, regu
lating the Privates of the City Watch, an.i shall re
ceive the same compensation and give the same
bond. RICHARD D. ARNOLD, Mayor.
Attest: R. F. Akin, Clerk Council july 2
BELL’S Condition Powders, still go
freely and prove effectual in every
1 \ instance by giving 1 elief to Horses in
f cases of heavy Coughs, Colds, Worms.
Broken Wind, Glanders, and for improving the An
imal generally, for sale by
HUMPHREYS & JOHNSON,
july 31 Corner Broughton and Whitaker sts.
I? OLINE, or Magnolia Vale—a Novel : by Caro
-A line Lee 11entz, author of “Linda,” &c.
Pencil Sketches, or Orthnes of Character and
Manners : by Miss Leslie, author of “Kittle s Rela
tions.” &c.: including Mrs. Washington Putts and
Mr. Smith, with other stories.
Ihe Five Love Adventures of Solomon Slugg,
and other Sketches : by Daniel L Roath, author’d’
the “Bandit,” 6cc.
Ben Brace, a Nautical Romance : by Captain
Chambier, author of “The Lite of a Sailor,” &c.
Mary Morris, and other Tales : by N. H. Moore.
The Gipsy’s Daughter,a Novel : by Mrs. Grey.
The Disgrace to the Family, a Story of Social Dis
tinction : by VV. Blanchard Jerrold—with illustra
tions ; by Phiz. Received by
June 23 J. B.CUBBEDGE.
( 1 ASSIJIER, B.ack and Colored Cassimere,s 0
sandf and 75c. per yard. J H COHEN & CO.
june 17 140 Broughton 6treet.
BLACK DRAP D’KTE at, 87 and SIOO. $1 50
and finer J H COHEN <fc CO,
june 17 140 Broughton street.
HAY.— 200 Bundles prime North River Huy,
daily expected to arrive, for sale by
june 21 WASHBURN, WILDER & CO.
Books : books :: books :: !—Pencii
lings by the Way, written during some year 1 *
residence and travel) in Europe ; by N. P. Willis.
Pynnshurst; his Wanderings and Ways of think
ing ; by Donald MacLeod. Received by
iay 27 J. B. CUBBEDGE
jRECEIVED, tier stcamshipState
ot Georgia, a fresh supply of Ladies’
fine French Morocco and Kid Slip
pers, Ties and Buskins: also by re
cent arrivals, Ladies’, Misses, and Children's fine
Gaiter Boots, also Gentlemen’s fine French Boots
imported by J Miles & Son of Philadelphia. The
subscriber keeps constantly on hand a fine assort
ment of Shoes and Boots of every variety and style,
which he will take pleasure in showing to all who
may favor him wltua call. WILLIAM HEIDT,
june 15 Sign of the large Boot,Gibbons’Building.
T>IIYSICIANiS will find atourstoreasfinean as’
A sortment of Chemicals,as can be found in the
State ; the new preparations ol’Managainse just re
ceived. Many of our Chemicals, are of Pelletier
and other French Manufacturers, and are warranted
pure and genuine. Our stock of Tinctures, embra
ces every one ot the Pharmacopia, and are pure and
of full strength. Our store is open all night.
HUMPHREYS & JOHNSON,
june 5 corner Broughton and Whitaker sts
HAIR DYE.— Batchelor’s and Bogle’s cele
brated Hair Dye, this dav received peT steam
er. and for sale by VV VV LINCOLN,
july 8 Monument squaro.
MM HE ROSE COM POUND—Forrtm Hair, is
A without doubt the best preparation of the kind
off ered in the city . all who use it speak of it in the
highest terms ; huadn Nos bottles havo been sold,
and not a single complaint. Price 25 cents, for sale
by HUMPHREYS & JOHNSON,
july 31 Corner Broughton and Whitaker sts.
OKU EAT ANDRA SP B E RRYISYRUP^f.
Manufactured Ly Cbauveau. iust received per
( Philadelphia steamer WM. VV. LINCOLN,
July 27 Monument square