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Friday. Morning, April 26, 1867.
Capital and Labor.
These are the two great necessities
.of tho South at the present time, and
:to procure which the untiring efforte
of our people should bo constantly
exorcised. The subjoined remarks,
from the New York News, are well
^worthy tho attention of our planters
and those of our prominont citizens
and State officials who are interesting
themselves iu the subject of foreign
"We have no doubt as to a gtcat
gain to tho South from foreign popu?
lation. There is nothing that can
keep it back. Tho people there ?re
ready to welcome agricultural labor,
and thero it will meet with as gene?
rous a welcome as in noy part of our
country. This fact should become
known, and we would suggest to tho
Sflomiueut mon iu tho .Southern
tates to take up this subject, and to
issue such information respecting
lands and products as may bo needed
by those in Europe, who aro looking
for new homes on this continent.
Much ia dono in the West to favor
immigration. Books and pamphlets
are issued in every European country,
through tho agency of Western capi?
talists, to mako the road to the West
easy, and were similar publications
sent out by responsible gentlemen in
the South, there would bo an early
beginning of a movement to populate
the favored fields in tho Southern
States. Thero is nothing that grows
scarcely that will not thrive in tho
Southern States. North Carolina, for
instance, has a greater range of pro?
ducts than any other State, aud were
tho population ablo. to fully develop
these, she would bo one of tho richest
of the States. Other States have
great advantages for tho production
of grand staples, and labor and skill
ought to be invited to settle in thoso
regions. Wo expect to seo au acces?
sion to tho population of this couutry
from abroad of 100,000 annually; aud
this is certain to bo the case if a war
breaks out in Europe. How impor?
tant is it, then, to give ii wiso direc?
tion to this power, by instructing it
how to beuefit itself, and, at tho
same time, to unfold thc riches which
nature has placed at the feet of man."
The News has brought to view, in
the above extract, just what the South
has always beou deficient in, and that
is, in properly advertising tho induce?
ments and advantages which she pos?
sesses. It is this great over-sight or
indifference on the part of thc South?
ern people which has caused many
enterprises which possessed in them?
selves all tho ingredients of success,
and tho elements that would contri?
bute to the general weal aud pros?
perity, to languish and die. At this
trying period of tho fortunes of our
impoverished section, this apathy
should bo thrown off, and every
agency that can be devised be brought
iuto notion to aid in the work of re?
cuperation. Tho suggestion above
quoted, iu regard to the dissemina?
tion of information relating to tho
resources and products of the South,
is one particularly that, should Le
promptly adopted by the Commis?
sioner of Immigration for this State,
and to make his action effective, Le
should have the active and substantial
co-operation of the agriculturists in
every District. It is by energy in
this mode that the West is drawing
the large majority of foreign immi?
grants who arc coustautly arriving
on our shores. The South, with a
soil naturally as good, with au in
finitcly better climate, more profitable
products, superior access to foreign
aud domestic markets, could and
ought to receive a large share of the
immigration llowing to the country,
and which will-undoubtedly increase,
from causes abroad and from reviv?
ing industry here. This would bc
thc case, if active steps were taken to
attract in this direction. Thero is
nothing which the South so much
ueeds just now as capital and labor,
and nothing which moro demands
her .strenuous efforts to secure. Our
idle lands, our undeveloped resources,
Our water power lying unused, our
superior facilities for manufacturing
thc great staple on thc spot where it
is grown, offer superior inducements
to enterprise and capital, which would
bo surely attracted hither, were all
tho advantages properly advertised
and set before thoso who havo tho
means and disposition to improve
PBOOKESS.-The English Govern?
ment has taken from tho negroes of
Jamaica tho right to vote, and abo?
lished representative government in
that island. They havo had so much
trouble with that sort of legislation
that it was concluded liest to abolish
it, and appoint officers directly Ly
AN IMPORTANT DECISION.-At the
requeafc of 0. V. Carringtoiv Esq.,
Secretary of the Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad Company, wo pub
lish the subjoined correspondence
between Col. D. G. Potts, Treasurer
of the Petersburg Railroad Company,
and Honorable E. A. Rawlings, Com?
missioner of Internal Revenue. It
will be seen that, under the ruling of
tho Commissioner, no tax can be
levied on the receipts of railroad
companies for freights, after August,
18G6, at which time the law1 was
PETERSBURG RAILROAD CO. ,
PETERSBURG, VA., 3d April.
lion. E. A. Rawlings, Commissioner
DEAR SIB: I take this opportunity
of addressing you, to call your atten?
tion to that part of section 103 of tho
"Tax-Payers' Manual," which aro in
theso words: "And so much of sec?
tion 109 as requires returns to be
made of receipts hereby exempted
from tax when derived from trans?
porting property for hire, is hereby
Upon an examination of theso two
sections, my understanding is? that,
freigTits aro intended to moan "pro-,
pexty for hire," and consequently re?
peals section 109 in regard to freight.
Will you bo so kiud as to give this
subject your consideration, and let
mo hear from you at your earliest
convenience. I am, most respect?
fully, your obedient servant,
D. G. POTTS, Treasurer.
OFFICE INTERNAL REVENUE,
WASHINGTON, 12th April.
JD. G. Polls, Esq., Petersburg Rail
road Company, Petersburg, Va.
SLR! I reply to yours of 3d inst.,
that section 109 is repealed, so far as
relates to your receipts for freights
from and after 1st August, 18G6,
except as coucerns freight carried by
express companies, and receipts of
ferries, toll roads and bridges.
By section 34 of the Act of March,
18G7, tho gross receipts of "toll roads"
for March, 1SG7, and thereafter, will
be exempt. Very respectfully,
20 Per Cent Below Cost,
TUE remainder of ona stock of DRY
GOODS, consisting of Btilliantes,
Jaconetts, Mouslins, D?roges, Cambrics,
Table Doylies, Napkins, ic. Sc.
Also, our entire stock of ROOTS AND
SHOES, at 10 nor cent, below cost. Caf!
soon and get a tit.
April 26_FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Corn, Corn, Bacon.
THREE THOUSAND bushels WHITE
10 hilda. CLEAR RIB" SIDES.
GObbla. SUPER. FLOUR.
8,000 bushels WHITE CORN. For sale
at lowest market rates by
BROWNE A SCIIIRMER.
April 20 . ft ul
CORN ! CORN !
JUST received, 1,000 bushels CORN, and
for sale by R. O'NEALE & SON.
I. 0. O. F.
ORDER OF EXERCISES to be observed
THIS DAY, FridaJvthc 2Sth o' April,
1807-a day set apart by the M. W. Grand
Sire of the Grand Lodge of tho Indepen?
dent Order Af Odd Fellows as a day of
Thanksgiving by* tho Order-at tho Odd
Fellows' Hall, commencing at 10 o'clock
Ode by the Choir.
Prayer by Rev. J. L. Reynolds.
Ode by the Choir".
Oration by the Orator of the Dav, Brother
F. W. Pane.
Odo by the Choir.
SW Tho ladies aro respectfully invited
to attend. Ancient and Transient Odd
Fellows arc fraternally invited to bo pre?
sent. April 26 2
AN IRON ROLLER SUGAR MILL. Ap?
ply to E. STENHOUSE,
April 25 3* Columbia, S. C.
To Arrive This Day!
ORTON'S /.ELL'S RAW-RONE PHOS
?L? PHATE-equal to Peruvian Guano.
April 25 3 _J. O. GIBBES.
. -, BETWEEN the coiner of
SScnato and Bickens streets
and tho residence of Mr. Robert Barnwell,
in tho Campus, a pair of GOLD SPECTA?
CLES. Tho tinder will be rewarded by
leaving thom al tliis office. April 25 2*
FLOUR! FLOUR! !
2rr REES. "PRIDE OF THE SOUTH;"
?j an extra article for bakers. Low for
cash. JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.
SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE !
THE PRESBYTERIAN MISSION
jffSfcCHAl'EL, on the square South of tho
?t??V-Vsvhnn; suitable for a small family
residence. Apply to R. E. BRYAN. "
11HE ROOM over tho store of Thomson
Earle. Applv to
April 10_ALFRED TOLLESON.
MTHE Apartments over thc stores of
Kenneth ft Gibson and the sub?
scriber. Possession given imme?
diately. For U rins, Ac, inquire of
April 10 .IAS. BROWN.
ONE HUNDRED bbls.SUPER. FLOUR.
jiiHt received und for salo at GREAT?
LY REDUCED PRICES lower than it eau
be brought from Charleston.
April 17 .T. ft T. R. AGNEW.
Extra No. 1 Mackerel.
JUST in. Thoy are fine
April 10 J. C. SEEGERS & CO.
Tho negro President Geffrard, of
Hay ti, jpas fled to Jamaica. He took
away with him a In; go amount of
money, which he obtained bj false
issues. His predecessor did the eame.
Gen. Nissage Sagit, another negro,'
we Buppose, is now the ruler of Hary ti.
London propos?s to have street
bridges like the one across Broadway.
Two hundred persons are killed in
the streets of that city annually by
It is estimated that the lato over?
flows will reduce tho cotton crop
1,000,000 bales, or in money, from
forty to silty millions of dollars.
A cross-grained old bachelor says
that "tin" is the favorite belle meta!/
A Grand Mass Meeting
OF THE CITIZENS OF RICHLAND
DISTRICT, irrespective of color, is
called by COUNCIL NO, 10 U. L. A., to
take intvconsideration there-organization
of tho Stato under tho Act of March 2,
styled ttie military bill, and tho supple?
mentary bill thereto, and to form a Repub?
lican party, having for its platform thc
great and fundamental principles of Ame?
rican Republicanism, universal freedom,
equal rights and justice, the Constitution,
and the Union of ?ho States.
Citizens aro respectfully invited to at?
tend, at tho oki ground, above Nickerson's
Hotel, on MONDAY, April 29, at 10 a. nt.
S. B. THOMPSON, President.
P. K. TOLAND, Secrctarr.
April 26 1?_._
HENRY E. SCOTT,
General Insurance Agent,.
Bank Building, Columbia, S. C.
FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT POLICIES
issued for FIRST-CLASS COMPA?
Applications received for tho Liverpool
and London and Globe Firo and Life In?
Capital, turpins and reserved
Assets in the United States over 1,800,000
April 20_ ltno
Statement of the Condition
OF the INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE
COMPANY, on the 21st day of Decem?
ber, 1SC0, in accordance with tho Laws of
Thc amount nf thc capital stOck is ONE
MILLION DOLLARS, and is all paid np.
? Tho assets of the Company are as fol?
Cash on hand and in hands of
agents and others.$38^150 10
United States live-twenties, mar?
ket value.819,502 50
United States ten-forties, market
value. ?9,750 00
Virginia . State bonds, -market
value.? 15,750 00
Wisconsin war , bonds, market
value.:. 4,050 00
Loans on bond and mortgage,
being lirai lien on unencum?
bered real estate, worth double
thc amount loaned thereon.... 50,000 00
Debts otherwise secured, being
loans on call, secured by stocks
and bonds held as collaterals,
the market vah?o of said colla?
terals being $83,425.00 . 65,450 00
Debts for premiums and all other
Tola! assets.$1,444,030 17
Amount due or not due to banks
or other creditors.Nothing.
Losses adjusted and due. $18,322 10
Losses adjusted and not due . 00,423 03
Losses adjusted and lossvs in ,
suspense, awaiting further
All other claims against the Com
CLAREES TAYLOR, President.
C. 0. HINE, Secretarv.
H. E. NICHOLS A- CO., Agents,
April 20 Columbia, S. C.
CHE AP GUANO !
CREDIT PRICES !
IHAVE still on hand 100 tons "FORD'S
as a MANURE tor COTTO'N and CORN. I
will sell it for ?0T) cash, or ?70 payable 1st
November next, to responsible parties;
and will guarantee that it gives satisfac?
tion-otherwise will not roquirepavment.
April 25 1 JAMES G. GIBBES.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS intended for
Brother B. RUSH CAMPBELL, (thc
Grand Lecturer of tho Grand - Lodge,)
should ho directed to tho caro of W, T.
Walter, Columbia, S. C., until otherwise
ordered. April 23
A?e, He, Ale !
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
FOR THE SALE OF
Bass' Cream Ale !
IN stone jugs, of superior quality, we
now oiler the same to tho trade at the
low price of TWO DOLLARS per donen.
Warranted in every respect.
ClaRCtl Si Co.'s XXX CREAM ALE, i
barrels and half barrels. Applv to
LEVIN A MIKELL,
Sole Agents, Washington street.
April 24 0
AL0WZ0 REESE, Barber,
TAKES pleasure in informing his old
patrons, and the public generally, that
ho can be found at tho Barbel- Shop c<
ne. ted with tho Central Hotel, where he
will bo most happy to render them any ser?
vice they may require in this line.
April 4 Imo
EXTRA SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
Sugar-cured Breakfast Strips.
Sides, Shoulders, Ac, at lowesc ni.iii.cl
prices. Fors;1 lc by
April ll GEO. BYMMERS.
FLOUR AND POTATOES.
/\ BRLS. FLOUR, assorted-from Ano
?J\) to extra family.
20 bbls. Peach Blow Potatoes -in fine
No. 1 Mackerel in bands and kits.
Just received, and for sale by
April ii GEO. SIMMERS.
HOBBXBIiB Mu It DRU.-A ll CSp At ell
from Madison, Wisconsin, says a ter"
rible murder near Watertown bis
jost been discovered. A German,
named Schaeff, was killed by bis son,
and the body burned in a log-heap.
We have Russian America and ice?
bergs; now let us have tho Fejeo
Islands ?nd cocoa-nuts, demands the
New York Herald.
The amateur entertainments at Mr.
Jeromo's private theatre, for tho
Southern relief fund, netted $12,000.
IS NOW OPEN for tho reason, for the
salo of leo Creams, Sherbets, Water
Ices, Ac, Ac. Plain street, below the Cen?
tral Hotel._April 17 Imo
DR. R. W. GIRBES baa removed to
Melvin M. Cohen's residence, near
East end of Washington street, opposite
the "Orphan House."_April 12 Imo_
Ale, Ale, Ale!
On Consignment !
ONE HUNDRED dozen JEFFREYS
. SPARKLING ALE. .
100 doz. RASS* ALE. For' ealc at ?2.25
por dozen, in packages of eight and ten
dozen. For sale by the package only.
When yon order, do not fail to send thc
cash. Delivered to Railroad Depota freo
of charge. ALFRED TOLLESON.
Ladies, Please Notice.
^as^ UMBRELLAS. PARA
'?^^.SOLS, FANS and JEWELRY.
^ucjitly repaired. . <
New FANS made for those,
.. -- ^furnishing feathers.
CLOCKS repaired, cleaned and warrant?
ed, by J. E. LUMSDEN,
Corner Lady and Assembly streut?.
-I (\ CASES CONCENTRATED LYE, for
JLv/ making Soap. Thc best and most
economical now in usc. For salo LOW, by
tho case, dozen or single box, bv
_April 21 _ J. .V T. R. AGNEW.
M Al lilli i
C. F. JACKSON
INVITES thc attention' of tho ladies to j
his IT NE ASSORTMENT of" VEILS, con?
sisting of .
CRAPE and LOYE YEILS,
DOTTED SILK VEILS,
Veil Borage and Tissue -all colors,
White and Black Doilod Lace, for Veils.
*NEW SHEET MUSIC.
AFRESH SUPPLY of the latest popu?
lar Songs, Waltzes, Polkas, Schot?
Also, Music Books, Music Paper, Ac.
Wc have every facility at oar command
for procuring, with despatch, any Music
that cannot he kept constantly on hand.
Music to any address by mail without
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Booksellers,'
Townsend A North's Old Stand.
BY THE EMILY SOUDER.
ASELECTED STOCK of vorv excellent
FRENCH RON-RONS, CREAM CIIO-*
COLATES, JELLY CAKES, .Vc., at
Plaiu street, near Central House.
THE SECRET SENTINEL !
ASPEAKING WATCHMAN! Never
eats, drinks or sloops. Can bo seen at
tho COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE.
??~ Visitors aro requested not to call
after dark. March 13^
AFRESH LOT just received, at whola?
salo and on draught.
April 5 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
.1 " LEMONS.
April 21 JOHN C. SEEOEES \ CO.
8DDLS., hist received, in fine order.
April 21 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
MORE of thc above popular book, by
Miss Evans, just received-$2: anil
other new books, at DUFFIE A CHAP
MjVNJSJlookstoro. April l l
Schweizer Cheese, Dutch Herrings.
ALARGE SWISS CHEESE, 230 pounds.
Real DUTCH HERRINGS. At
April 10 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.'g._
Ale! Ale! !
DHLS, best quality PALE ALE,
i?w each containing ten dozen pints, at
12.25 per dozen, by tho barrel, or $2.50 per
dozen In less quantities. For salo by
April 21 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
FRUIT ! FRUIT ! !
Qi) BUSHELS Peeled Apples, low for
April ll JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED lbs. PRIME X. C.
BUCKWHEAT, at il per loo lbs.
RICHARD O'NEALE & SON.
I" OVERS of THE GOOD THINGS OF
_J THIS LIFE can have their wants sup?
plied at tho above-named RESTAURANT.
Everything connected with tho house is in
best order. MEALS served at short notice.
Private dinner and supper rooms attached.
OYSTERS, FISH, GAME and MEATS
proparod in every stvle.
Tho best of WINES, LIQUORS, A LE,
donee SEGARS and TOBACCI . on band.
?.?_ FREE LUNCH everv dav at ll
./clock. T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
Joar PR?STINO.-The Job Office of
the Phonix is as complete ob any in
the South. It is furnished with new
fonts of typo of all descriptions and
of tho most modern styles. All work
executed promptly, with tasto and
skill, and at reasonable rates.
"WHAT 13 IT?-Yes, what is it-that
advertisement. "E. E. Jackson
Foard Tomato?" Wo have inquired,
aud find that Mr. Jackson hits re?
ceived a small supply of a new species
of tomito seed, which beats any?
thing yet introduced. The fruit is as
large as a good-sized apple, perfectly
solid and very prolific. Our garden?
ing peoplo ought to call and get u
small supply of thc seed.
cial and other circulars, in thc various
forms-note, letter and commercial
poste-neatly printed in our Jol
Office, and nil work of this descrip
tion finished in tho liest style of print
ing, and at moderato prices.
SOUTHERN ACCIDENTAL- INSUBAKCI
COMPANY.-Tho system of insurance
against accidents is rather a moden
idea, first broached, as usual,. at tb
North. Wc have now, however, 1
company at the South, located ii
Virginia, tho president and director
of which are Southern men, tho mos
of them Confederate general officer.'
The headquarters are at Lynchburg
Col. - Langhorn, President ; Genen
Gordon, of Georgia, and Gen. Haye:
of Louisiana, vice-Presidents; I
Peyton, who, wo believe, was oiie <
Stonewall Jackson's staff, is Actuar
and Secretary of the Company.
This company insures travele:
against accidents, for any length <
time-from ono day to three hundrc
and sixty-five-at a very small pr
.minni for the policy. An instan
has been brought to our notice,
an old and respected citizen of C
Irimbia, who made a visit to the Wes
recently, and paid a ^mall premiui
During his visit, lie met with a slig
accident, which confined him to tl
house for a few days. On the prop
representation of the case boil
made, ho promptly received thc Coi
pensation agreed to bo paid by t
These "travelers' policies'' aro w
worthy tho attention of all. Thc p:
minni is a trifle, and the compen
tiou, in case of accident, a valual
consideration. Mr. Henry E. Sci
is the agent for Columbia, and 1
already transacted a considera!
amount of business in this specinl
in tho insurance linc. Ho is a
agent for other life and fire insurai
companies, as his advertisement
this morning's paper announces. C
and soe him, at the old stand of (
ABOUT Pourries.-The contribr
rial editor of tho Yorkville Ennui
notices thc letter of Governor Pc
and our reply in tho following b:
and sententious paragraphs:
Politics is a big thing.
Mr. Perry advises everybody to
gister and voto "Xo Convention."
The Columbia Phonix replies
Mr. Perry, and well nigh annihilt
him; and proves that tho course ]
Perry recommends is very Perry-h
Tho PJuenix further intimates t
it thinks our old leaders would be
fall back and let tho new regime ]
. These old leaders have been 1
ning tho machino for lo! theso m
yeurs; and thc blindest of us bogi:
s cc that tho machine has been bi
Wo find on all hands a grov
disposition to advise these old lea
to modestly retire from tho seen
their failure and let other hands :
Tho fact is, too, that Congres:
this military bill, rathe r forcibly U
the samo advice.
As things stand, we considor il
thor likely that these old leaders
act on thc advice of Congress.
Tho men who lcd us /in 18G?
not tho men to lead us in 18G7,
for two reasons.
Tho first reason is that they ]
proved to bo false prophets.
. The second reason is like the fi]
they failed, and in that failure
confidence of both friends in
South and enemies in tho North.
Mr. Perry thinks there is hop
tho South in tho recent Doinoc
successes in Connecticut.
Almost everybody else thinks
tht: Democratic party is a large 1
Mr. G*rr is evidently of that
CARDS! CARDS!-Show canis,
ness curds, visiting and wed
cards, executed at thc Phonix
Ollice, in tho neatest styles o?
art. Cards of all sizes' consti
on hand, and all orders from la\
country promptly attended to.
THH WEATHXR.--The weather ??P
made a completo somersault. After
eight or ten days of warm, genial
spring weather, yesterday morning
was nshered in by a cold, drizzling
rain, from tho North-east. Some
exaggerated and highly excited wea?
ther-prophets predicted, last evening,
we would havo frost and ice this
morning. We do not concur, but we
SHOW POSTENS, HANDBILLS, AC.
Our supply of type and facilities of
press-work enablo ns to turn out from
tho Phoenix oflico the most attractive
styles of posters, baud-bills, AC. , at
short notice, and in the most satis?
NEW ADYXttTisKMEKTs.-Atte ntion is call?
ed to the following advertisements, which
aro published this morning for the first
Fisher >V Lowrance-Goods Below Cost.
Council No. 10-Mass Meting.
Browne it Schirmcr-Corn.
H. E. Nichols fe Co.-Insurance Exhibit.
Richard O'Ncale & Son-Corn,
lleuxv E. Scott-Insuranco Agent.
Long tales aro usually uninteresting, hut
all consumers will be benefittod and inte?
rested by reading thc entire advertisement
and then examining tho stock of Mr. lt.
Agricultural and Horticultural Im?
At the Siyn of the Golden Pad-Lock.
ALARGE SUPPLY of tho abovo, con?
sisting in part of PLOWS, HARROWS.
FAN MILLS, GRAIN CRADLES, Scythes.
Straw Cotters, Corn Shellers.
Triming Saws and Knives, Ladies' Gar?
den Tools, in setts and pairs; Transplan;
ing Trowels and Forks, Spades, Spading
Forks, Rakes, Hoes, Lines, Ac. lu store
and for sale LOW for CASH by
April s_JOHN C. DIAL.
12.000 ?&r*" * *c-n
2,000 lbs. primo SHOULDERS.
10 tierces S. Davis, jr., &, Co.'s PUR!"
3 tierces S. Davis, jr., & Co.'s DIAMOND
2 tierces S. C. HAMS. With other STA?
PLE GOODS, reccive'd to-dav and for sale
hy C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
Family Flour, Ste.
1TWENTY bbls. FAMILY FLOUR, unex?
celled in qualitv.
23 bbls. good BROWN SUGAR, at 12k.
Iicr pound. Received to-dav and for salt
iv C. II. BALDWIN A CO.
" March 20_
THE BLOODED and TROTTING
STALLION "JOHN MORGAN
stands in Columbia at ?20 thc sea?
son in advance, or ?30 to instill..
Grooms feo 1$.
PEDIOUEE.-John Morgan hy "Sailor
Boy," and he by "Jim Cropper," one ot
"Old Sir Archy's" best sons. John's dam
la half Morgan mare and liait thorough?
bred, out ot "Whip" and "Woodpecker."
For other information, applv to A. Il
MONTEITH, at J. G. Gibbes' store.
jt^ THIS noted STALLION, import
*7tt cu diroct from ' England by the
r'< I 1 Messrs. Gi st, may bc found at Mi.
George Davis', (Columbia Race-coureo, ) on
tho 13th and 11th inst., and every ninth
day thereafter. Insurance for mares $35.
Ayagarth is a dark brown, fifteen hand
high, of fine bone and action; sired by
Barat?n, dam by Inheritor; her dam Gin.
hy Juuiper, out of Princess Jemima bv
Remembrance; Barnton's dam
Lynn, by Mulatto; her dam Leda
da Ruta Treasure, by Camillus
was winner of the Liverpool Cup as a throe
and six vcar old. Groom's foo $1.
JOHN JOHNSON, Groom.
April 12_||0t 10;
PERSONS indebted to tho catato of thc
lato G. R. STARLING, will make pay?
ment of tho same to the subscriber; per?
sons having demands against tho estate,
will hand them in as soon as possible, pro?
perly attested. JAMES G. GIBBES,
April. 10 fimo Administrator.
NEW PIANO MUSIC!
AN assortment of tho latest POLKAS.
WALTZES, MARCHES, Songs from
the Operas; also, Easy Songs for Begin?
ners. For sale at
April ? R. L. BRYAN.
ALE AND PORTER" "
ONE HUNDRED doz. EDINBURG ALE.
at $2.50 per dozen.
50 doz. LONDON PORTER, at ?3.00 per
dozen. Quality very superior, and for salo
in quantities to suit purchasers.
ApriU_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Printing Material For Sale.
AN assortment of TYPE and MATERI?
AL, sufficient to publish a large sized
paper, is offered for salo at a very reason?
able price. Tho TYPE is as good as new.
For further particulars, applv at this
oflico. _t_Feb 23
To the Ladies.
MBS, C. ? BEEB
HAS just returned with a
fresh and superior stock ol
French, English and Ameri?
can MILLINERY, in all varie?
ties. Also, LADIES' WEARS:
superior Silk Coverings, at all
prices; Hair Braids, Coils.
Waterfalls, Curls, Neils. &c.
all or which will be sold \Ll\\
DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DE
SPATCH. April 17 8mo
WANTED, 100 bushels POT AT?
SL! PS. The highest market Viv
will he puid. E. A- G. D. HOPE.
New Books !
AN assortment of NEW PUBLIC A
TlONS, ju>t received 1>V hist sieam
For :-ale at McCARTER'S Bookit' rc,
Opposite Lawyer's nani <
Aniil? 1!. L. BRYAN.