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Friday Morning, May 10, 1867.
Thc AppefU to the Supreme Coori.
The Rick moud Times-on? of tko
few jourunls wkicli is persistently
Southern in its views-lins an article
on tko oases brought before tko
Supremo Court by tko States of Mis?
sissippi and Goorgi:v. It says, as wo
have frequently said in tkeso co?
lumns, tkat tko only effect of a deci?
sion in our favor would be, to tkrow us
back upon tke Fortieth Congress,
whick is moro largely and intensely
radical tkau any of its predecessors.
The Times, tkcrefore, adkeros to tke
opinion tkat it is idlo to look to tke
Supreme Court for any actual relief.
Our duty is to bring tdl tko political
power whick wo possess undor the
Sherman bill to bear on the ballot
box, and, to tkis end, every white
man in tho State, as we have reite?
rated in the Pheoni x, wko is entitled,
under tkat bill, to a vote, skould re?
gister as soon as tko opportunity is
presented, and, by a united and uni?
versal effort, extricate tke State from
tko threatening embarrassments of
her situation. Tke idea, which is
sometimes expressed by unreflecting
and excited mon, that it is degrading
to vote, and, therefore, tkey will not
do it, because negroes are awarded
tke some privilege, is about as pre?
posterous as it would bo for a drown?
ing man to refuse to lay bold of one
end of tko first piece of drift-wood
tkat is floating by kim, because n ne?
gro kas kold of tko otker.
Tkis journal has taken its position
in relation to this matter-a position
tkat is dictated by every argument
wkick could bo brougkt forward by
reasonable men. As a business gen
tlemau told us yesterday morning,
let us get back to tko Union in tke
easiest way. Wo are gratified to
learn, by private letters, and by con?
stant interchange of opinions with
prominent and leading men-think?
ing mon-of the State, that our views
in relatiou to reconstruction arc re?
garded with much favor. In truth,
whatever may bo thc result of tho ap?
plications now being made to the
Supreme Court, tho only hope foi
tho South is by a prompt and cheer?
ful compliance with thc laws of Con?
Governor Orr, in speaking of thc
possible ascendauey of the negroes
in certain of the Southern States, by
reason of their numerical majority,
said that, in any event, they would
soon lose this power, for there will bc
an immigration of whiles, but there
can be no immigration of negroes.
Tho New York Times, in comment
iug upon this sentence, says that,
leaving out of view all other consi?
derations, it certaiuly furnishes a con?
clusive argumeut against tho attempt!
to excite antagonism between thc
races in the Soutk. It says, truly,
tkat tho Southern blacks are a verj
prolific pooplo-at least, haye beer
so wkile iu a state of slavery; but ic
no Soutkeru State, and, probably, it
no district, will tkey be able to retah
political power, through a num?rica
majority, alter tho tide of em igra t io 1
is turned Southward, as the Time?
says it surely will be, before main
years. Wo quote ono sontence fron:
tho Times, wkick deserves peculiai
prominence. It is tkis:
"As a peaceful and laborious pan
of tke population of tho South, guar
autoed theil* rigkts by law, they rna}
live and flourish until tho end of time
but as the enemies of the dominant ant
predominating white race, lhere is no
thing in thc future for them hut st rug
gling and true and ultimate destruction. '
We have italicised tho last sen
tence, because it conveys very larg?
truths in a small space, and we com
mend it to the consideration of on
CORN.-lu its commercial column
the .Louisville Courier, of a rocen
date, speaking of corn, makes th
following very timely and judieiou
remarks in regard to it:
"These extremo high rates of cori
ought greatly to stimulate tho pro
duction, us it is an undisputed fae
that corn at 81 per bushel ia the mos
lucrative crop ever grown by th
farmer. It requires less real man un
labor, or actual expense, trouble o
risk than any other crop, and our ad
vico now to North as well as South i
to grow corn. Tko past, cr rathe
tho present, crop has been repeatedly
. stated to bo tko largest over reaped ii
tko country; yet to-day a bushel o
corn, oven iu thia market, whick i
now tko cheapest, cannot bo pur
ckased for less than 81.05 per bushel
including the sacks."
-J_14_iiy^np-? ?III -
Agricultural Protpccli Smith.
The iSfcw York Commercial, a very,
observing and well conducted paper,
publia 1 ios upwards of twi> oolumns ot.
reports,?} from different ? localities
North mid South, all of which, with
but n few exceptions, uuito iu repre?
senting tho prospect as being most
encouraging, both fur cereals and
fruits. In tho Nbrth-western States,
tho prospect for wheat was nevor
better, and the yield will bo very
large, os tho aren devoted to this
cereal has boen largely increased.
Tho reports from the Southern
States, according to tho Commercial,
ore encouraging. Considerable more
territory seems to have been devoted
to seod last fall than is generally sup?
posed. A Chattanooga paper asserts
that there will bo moro wheat har?
vested in East Tennessee} than during
any previous year. Prospects were
never better in Virginia, as well as ia
Georgia and Mississippi. Though
there is suffering now, tho prospect is
that the South will have abundance
of food as soon as the harvest is
gathered. But, during the making
of these crops, the people here will
require large contributions of provi?
sions and breadstuff's, to prevent
actual waut and starvation. Let us
live in hope.
THE CONGRESSIONAL! AFPBOPBIA
TTON.-A despatch from Washington
The Secretary of War has issued a
circular to the agents of the Freed?
men's Bureau giving directions as to
the distribution of tho special relief
fund, as provided by joint resolution
of Congress, approved March 30,
The Assistant Commissioners are
directed to soe that none but thc very
destitute receive relief, which is to
consist of ono bushel of com and
eight pounds of meat per month for
each adult person, and one-half the
above amount of com and meat for
ench child between one and fourteen
years of age, and this issue of food
will bo discontinued as soon as early
vegetables and fruits shall bo grown.
It is further directed that Assistant
Commissioners appoint additional
local agents whenever absolutely ne?
cessary, for tho special purpose of
issuing these supplies, to whom the
oath of loyalty prescribed by tho Act
of Congress, approved July 2, 1HG2,
will be administered, and un one who
caunot subscribe to the same shall re?
ceive such appoiutment.
LOOK OCT FOU HIM.-The burglar,
Thompson, ngaiust whom a warrant
was issued last week (on Tuesday)
for breaking into tho store of Messrs.
T. A. Jeffords A- Co., has not yet
been caught. He was pursued until
midnight of tho sumo day, but
escaped. His house wns searched
and goods were fouud therein which
connect him with the burglaries com?
mitted previously on the railroad
depot aud the store of Messrs. Eze?
kiel AYKohn. Articles were recovered
which had been taken from both of
these places, as well as from the cars,
! which were standing at tho depot uu
I loaded. One of the keys belonging
to the railroad cars (which aro pecu?
liar) was also found.
As tho laws of the State allow any
one to arrest a felon, wo hope he will
be picked up somewhere in the coun?
try and bo committed to the safe?
keeping of the sheriff.
We give the following description
of him: Thompson is a mulatto,
about five feet soveu inches in height,
.'.tout built, one eye destroyed by
small pox, and his face somewhat
pitted from thc same disease.
FATAL ACCIDENT.-On Monday
morning last, three men, James
Rourke, Adams and Reynolds, left
the city in a small boat, for tho pur?
pose of collecting old iron in thc
neighborhood of Sumter. They sue
ceeded in obtaining a bont load, bul
being detained nt Fort Sumter or
account of the storm, Mr. Rourke
endeavored, on Wednesday afternoon,
to extract the powder from a shell,
Tlic party were on the break-water o:
the fort engaged in this work, when,
I about 5 p. m., the shell ou which Mr
I Rourke was laboring exploded, tear
iug his right leg off near the thigh
and throwing it into the water iiftj
yards from the fort. Tho uufortu
nate man died in a few minutes uftei
the sad occurrence, and his body wai
brought to thc city by his compa
nions. Mr. Rourke leaves a wife ant
four children.-Cliarleston Neus.
body assembled yesterday morning
Tho following committees were np
pointed: State Central Committee
Committee on Platform, Committe?
to preparo an address to tho peoph
of South Carolina, Committee o
Ways and Means. A resolution wai
adopted, that when the conventioi
adjourn, it adjourn to meet at Co
lutubin, on tho second Wednesday it
July next. - Charleston Courier, 9lh.
London has nearly 8,000 poliemCD
divided into eighteen divisions. I
strong standing army-ready fo:
service night or day. Tho expcnsi
of the department is ?3,500,OOO i
A young man wont to a Catbolio
church, in ?St. Louis, with two ac?
quaintances whom he had fallen in
with, andras? ho was devoutly wor?
shiping on his knees, they seized
him bj the ncc!;, half choked him,
and stole hf? pocket-book. Wbilo
be prayed his companions preyed.
There are petitions to Congress
circulating in Texas for the division
of the State and the creotion of the
new State of West Texas. Ono rea?
son given for it is the loyalty of tho
people in the Western section and
tho preponderance of secessionists in
Fair Play-The position of Sena?
tor Wilson, that tho outside States,
in meeting the terms laid down by
Congress, will be restored to Con?
gress. On that platform, the Senator
may defy "Old Thad." and alibis
followers.-New York Herald.
Quaker attire was once tho uni
versal costume of sober citizens of
the middle class in England. All
have departed from that fashion now
bnt the Quakers, and they have never
changed, but kept ou in the old way
Mr. Dancer has succeeded in m ak
ing photographie portraits on collo
tion so small that thoy are wholly
invisible to the naked eye, and 10,000
portraits may bo introduced in a
It is said that Rothschild, in re
vengo for the wrong done by Prussia
to the Frankfort branch of his house,
will make a largo advance to the
French Government in case of war.
Tho damage to the (Knoxville and
Charleston Railroad by the recent
floods is estimated at $200,000. A
bridge at Bridgeport, Tenn., lins
been rebuilt, costing $100,000.
In the absence of mails, a Califor?
nia paper got up an article on "the
six days of creation," and the editor
of a Salt Lake sheet wrote a leader
on "Soothing Syrup."
An orphans' home, without respect
to color, bas beon founded in New
Orleans. A French gentleman has
given $10,000 toward it.
The Fredericksburg, Va., wooleu
factory now manufactures 0,000
yard of cloth a woek. Ono week
recently G,278 yards wero made.
The Hall Mall Gazelle says that one
person ont of every 500 iu England
is recognized as insane.
Ladies of Great Britain, to the
number of 3,5G7, petition Parliament
to allow their sex to vote.
A country paper in Wisconsin says
tho Legislature of that State "has
adjourned non compon."
JUST RECEIVED. 4,000 lbs. SUPER?
FINE COUNTRY FLOUR. For salo
by tho bag at R. O'NEALE A SON'S.
ARE requested to call and pav their
RILLS for month o? April.
The rule regarding defaulters will bo
STRICTLY ENFORCED this time.
May 0 2_Secretary Gas Company.
NOTICE id herebv given that the linn
of 8. T. McOAUOHRIN A CO. is this
day dissolved by mutual confient.
WM. HOOD alono is authorized to sottlo
up the business of the firm.
S. T. McCAUGHRIN,
May 9 2 WM. HOOD.
?THE NEAT BRICK BUILDING,
^corner of Assembly and Upper Bound?
ary streets, generally known as tho
"Bergholz house." For terms and further
particulars, apply to
ARTHUR, MELTON A MELTON.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
rr pr BBLS. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUB.
4 O 20 bags Country 41
10 bbls. Hocker's Self-raising^ "
F"or salo low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
5HHDS. MUSCOVADO SUGARS.
20 bbls. " "
For sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA and LA
English breakfast, Gunpowder and
Italian Maccaroni, E. I). Cheese,
Fresh Biscuits, tickles, Piccolili,
French and English Mustards, Sa?cos,
Fresh Peaches, in cans,
Tomatoes, Salmon, Lobster, Oysters.
Grouse, Salad Oil, Sardines,
Raisins, Currants, Nuts, Ac,
All fresh and for salo low for cash.
May_9_E. A G. D. HOPE.
PROPOSAIS FOR WOOD.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bc received
at this oflice, until 19 m. on MONDAY,
the 20th instant -at which timo they will
bo opened -for furnishing tho Quartermas?
ter's Department at this Post with WOOD
for six months, ending October 31, 18G7.
Bidders will state tho prico per cord, re?
spectively, at which merchantable Pino
and Oak Wood will bo delivered in this
city, at such timo and in such quantities as
tho Acting Assistant Quartermaster may
direct; the quantity required monthly not
to exceed, probably, thirty cordd of Pine
and twenty cords of Oak.
Two sureties, in tho sum of Two Hun?
dred Dollars each, to be named in tho pro?
posal, will bo required for tho faithful per?
formance of tho contract.
Payment to bo made monthly, hy tho
proper disbursing officer, in Government
Proposals inuit bo marked "Proposals
for Wood," and addressed to tho under?
signed, who reserves the right to rejoct
an v bid deemed unreasonable. By order of
Brevet Maj. Gen. R. O. TYLER,
Chief Q. M. 2d Military District.
S. P. JOCELYN,
1st. Lieut. 6th U. S. Infautry,
* Acting Assistant Quartermaster.
Office A. A. Q. M.. Columbia, 8. C., May
B, 13(57. May 0 10
A Washington, despatch, of tho
29th, says: Several large boxes filled
with presents for the President, Sec?
retary Seward and Gen. Grant, con?
signed to the Japanese Cominis*
stoners, arrived to-duy. Tho sword
for Gen. Grant is one of the finest
pieces of workmanship ever seen in
Two mammoth tape-worms, oue
100 feet and another 75 feet in
length, were taken from the person
of Mrs. Catherine Boni, in South
Troy, New York.
The Mayor of Louisville, iu a
message- to the council, states that
the population has increased from
?0,000 to 145,000 in the post two
Vormont had forty distilleries
twenty fivo years ago, and now she
get ? along with three.
THE subscriber ha? changed his place of
business to tho NEW and 81? A C 10 U H
STORE on Richardson (Main) street, ad?
joining Messrs. Hopson A Sutphen's
lutown BB NO. 1 GRANITE RANGE.
Thc intention is to heep a FULL LINE of |
DRY G O O D S , or all thc different
styles. We shall be pleased to see our old
customers, (both city and country,) and
all who favor us with a call, and wish to
purchase GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES.
May 8 Imo
ANNOUNCES to his natrons that lie is
JUST IN RECEIPT of a NEW LOT of
TRIMMING RIBBONS ?
For which lie baa liad so many calls re?
ALSO, A KKW LOT OK
Calicoes, Bleached Shirtings, &c.
DAILY AND WEEKLY
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON PA?
PERS constantly on band at
May 2 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S.
Paper! Payer! !
3f\r\i^| LB8. WRAPPING PAPE lt,
.U Uv/ diff?rent sizes and quality;
sold lower than paper from tho North.
Mav2 JOHN C. BEEPERS & CO.
Lemons, Figs, Raisins,
CANDIES, SARDINES, Ac, in store and
fur salo at low rates.
May 2 JOHN C. 8EEQER8 A CO.
FREDERICK THE GREAT and his
Family; by Louisa Muhlbach, author
of Frederick the Great and his Court.
Last Days of a King-an historical ro?
Last Warning Cry; by Cummings.
A new supply of ""Ten Acres Enough,"
bhowing how ? very small farm may bc
made to keen a very large family.
Also, the Bankrupt Law. At
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S Bookstore,
Townsend A North's Old Stand.
1C? C?EAH GARDEN.
IS NOW OPEN for tho season, for tho
salo of Ice Creams, Sherbets, Wator
lees, Ac, Ac. Plain street, below tho Cen?
tral Hotel. _-A'Prj1 W Imo
rsiTGAR-CIURED HAMS !
PURE LEAF LARD.
BACON STRIPS and SIDES. Terms
cash. JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
_April 27 _
ICE, ICE, ICE !
At Reduced Prices!
HAVING completed a large and commo?
dious house for this trada, I am now
prepared, with a largo supply on hand, to
lill all orders from tho city and country en?
trusted to my care with promptness. AU
orders must bo accompanied with the mo
nev, as my terms aro strictly CASH.
A. GAGE A CO., Proprietors.
JOHN D. BATEMAN, Agent.
tnr Neisbcrry Herald, Spartanburg Ex?
press, Chester Standard, Greenville Moun
taineer and Anderson Intelligencer copy
four times and forward bills immediately.
April 80 _bu.0.
HENRY1 ZS. SCOTT,
General Insurance Agent,
Hani- Building, Columbia, S. C.
FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT POLICIES
issued for FIRST-CLASS COMPA?
Applications received for the Liverpool
ind London and Olobe Fire and Life In
Japital, surplus and reserved
Vssets in tho United States over 1,800,000
April 20 Imo
THIS noted STALLION, import?
ed direct from England by tho
.Messrs. Gist, may bo found at Mr.
Jeorgo Davis', (Columbia Racc-courso,) on
he ill li and 11th inst., and every ninth
lay thereafter. Insurance for mares $.'55.
Aysgarth is a dark brown, fifteen hands
ugh, of linc bono and action; sired by
laraton, dam by Inheritor; her dam Gin,
>y Juniper, out of Princess Jemima by
temombrance; Bainton'a dam Martha
jynn, by Mulatto; hor dam Leda, by Felho | 1
la Ruta' Treasure, hy Camillns. Inheritor '
ras winner of the Liverpool Cup as a three
md six vcar old. Groom's foo $1.
JOHN JOHNSON, Groom.
April 12 |!(Jtirj?
POST'OFFICE HOUBB.-Tho office is
opeu from 8 n. m. until 8.'? p. m.,
and from G until 7 p. m. The North?
ern mail closes at 8<.j p. m., and all
other mails close at 8 p. m.
A LITERARY JOURNAL..-The Gleaner
is n largo eight page quarto journal,
and from the first line on thc first
column of the first pago to the last
lino on the forty-eighth column, it
abounds with select matter; em?
bracing, besides the news of tho
week, choice talcs, sketches and
poetry, which mnke it, ns its mime
indicates, n truo "homo companion,"
which no family in the State should
Snow POSTERS, HANDBII?I?S, &C.
Our supply of typo and facilities of
press-work enable ns to turn out from
the Phcpnix office thc most attractive
styles of posters, hand-bills, &c, at
short notice-, and in the most satis?
WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH THE
POMS?-Tho Chester Standard, of
Thursday, has the following queer
paragraph. We wonder what it
"The United States'flag was raised
at the post headquarters on the first
of Muy. We have not heard of any
particular display or ceremony con?
nected with tue raising, but the old
flag weut np so easily and with so
little noise, that the citizens did not
even know of its elevation. Most
people nro a little shy of going near
the high pole from which it floats,
for reasons not necessary here to
What is the matter with the high
pole? Does it attract lightning in a
peculiar manner, that people aro so
shy of going near it, or is it the first
high pole that has been erected in
Chester? Wo hope our cotemporary
will explain, for although ho may
have reasons not necessary to explain
to his own people, we do not. com?
prehend them down here.
SUPPORT YOUR OWN JOURNALS.
The Gleaner, issued every Wednes?
day, from this office, defies competi?
tion ns a literary and news journal.
Those who subscribe to it are kept
well posted up in the current events
of tho day, as it embraces the tele?
graphic news, political, commercial,
stato of the markets, ?fcc, np to the
hour of going to press.
A HOME JOURNAIi.-Thc best family
journal now published in the South
is the Gleaner, issued from this office.
It contains weekly eight pages of
solid rending matter, excludiug ad?
vertisements entirely. A specimen
number will bo sent to ony one de?
siring to subscribe.
LEGAL.-In tho Court of Appeals,
on yesterday, opinions were an?
nounced in the following causes:
Samuel D. Hodge ads. the State.
Prisoner sentenced, by Wardlaw, J.,
to be hauged on Friday, 7th Juno
G. B. Lamar et it.e et al. vs. execu?
tors of Peay. Opinion by Wardlaw,
J. Decree reformed and special or?
Abigail Dority vs. Elford and Sher?
man, executors; Thomas Dunham vs.
the same. Opinion by Inglis, J.
Tho State ev relalione James Bruce
vs. S. A. Hodges, tax collector.
Wardlaw, J. Motion dismissed. Opi?
nion to bo filed.
Margaret S. Kirkland, Powell
Kirkland and Melia Kirkland ads.
tho State. Dunkin, C. J. New trial
Nelson (person of color) ads. the
State. Opinion by Inglis, J. Now
W. G. McKnight vs. John A. Gor?
don. Postponed for consideration.
Eli Thomas ads. thc State. Ward
law, J., delivered opinion. Motion
in arrest of judgment granted.
Moses Levy i vs. G. A. Huggins,
administrator. Opinion by Dunkin,
C. J. Motion dismissed.
Ii. S. Izard ads. tho State. Opi?
nion by Wardlaw, J. New trial or?
All business of the term being dis?
posed of, tho court, at half-past 2 p.
m., adjourned sine die.
JOB PKINTING.- The Job Office of
the Phoni.v is as completo as any iu
tho South. It is furnished with new
fonts of type of all descriptions and
of tho most modern styles. All work
?xecuted promptly, with taste and
dull, aud at reasonable rates.
cial and other circulars, iu the various
forms-note, letter and commercial
post-neatly printed in our Job
Office, and all work of this descrip?
tion finished in the best style of print
ng, and at moderate prices.
TBK FEININOERS' FAREWELL. CON?
CERT.-Wc should esteem ou rael vc?
happy, that, owing to tho accident of
not being able to havo tho Hibernian^
Hall, in Charleston, becnu.se ol AMSM\
previous engagement by others, iura
nt the urgent solicitation >of mnu^
personnl friends aud of many who
had neglected to attond their first
concert, the brother and sister Fei
ninger consented to gratify us, last
nig it, with another musical treat,
quite as recherche and brilliant ns that
of a week ago. Did wo enter moro
into detail-which our want of Bpaco.
forbids-wo could but repeat in
general, what we then snid in moro
special, terms-their second perform?
ance only confirming us in the justice
of our first critique; it would, be?
sides, be nn useless gildiug of refined
gold and au impertinent painting of
the lily to add thereto. Both Herr
Carl Feininger and Frnculein Ga?
briella Feininger were received by the
audience with all empressement; and
the grace aud ease of their manner
left, as on the former occasion, no?
thing to be desired. The selection of
pieces and of composers was excel?
lent, and so made os to meet all
tastes. Mr. Hart Denck accompa?
nied, with eclat, the Feiningers.
In conclusion, we will make ons
remark-and that an unpleasant ono,
so far os Columbia is concerned; still,
duty being 1/?///, we make it; and it is
this: that it is highly unfortunate for
us that our enjoyment of concerts,
and, in effect, of nil other entertain?
ments, should be pitilessly marred
by that peculiar species of applause,
a la gamin, which consists in shriek?
ing like Znharan hyenas, and stamp?
ing with the feet like Norman horses;
a demonstration hardly to be con?
strued as flattering by the performers
and puzzling to those who go
thither to listen in comfort, to de?
cide whether they bc, after all, iu a
concert hall, and not in nn Eastern
desert or in n monster livery stablo.
The presence of a policeman in our
halls on like occasions could but have
a marked and salutary effect-pro?
vided ho were allowed to take bia
authority along with him-Diximus.
CARDS! CARDS!-Show cards, busi?
ness cards, visiting and wedding
cards, executed at the Phoenix Job
Oflico, in tho neatest styles of the
art. Cards of all sizes constantly
on hand, and all orders from town or
country promptly attended to.
NEW Ai>vi:r. :isi:Mi:xTrf.- Attcntiou is call?
ed to the following advertisements, which
uro published dis morning t.,:- th? first
Jacob Levin- Auction This Day.
D. C. Peixotto-Bacon, Butter, Ac.
It. O'Neale & Son-Country Flour.
- .. <? <^ - -
The rush and excitement over lh< graud
clearing ?ales of Mr. B. C. Shiver, on Mon?
day last, induces him to explain that tho
stock in very largo, and all will he able *.?
get some of tho bargains being sold.
MORE TERRITORY.-There is said
to be a movement for independenco
in that part of British America known
as the Red River country, lying
North of Dakota, and subject at pre?
sent to the control of thc , Hudson
Bay fur company. It has
lation of 10,000, and does mV
its trading with Miuuesota. 3? >\
TUE QUESTION.-It is asked: If
Congress intended in good faith to
admit tho Southern States when
certain conditions had been complied
with, why did it not authorize the*
President to announce their admis?
sion, ns in the case of Nebraska,
when the event had taken place?
Can any one answer?
FLOUR IND POTATOES.
pf rv BBLS. FLOUR, assorted-from lino
Ol/ to extra family.
20 bbla. Peach Blow Potatoes -in fino
No. 1 Mackerel in barrels and kits.
Just received, and for salo bv
April ll GEO. B?MMER8.
Soda Biscuit, Sugar Crackers, &c.
QA BBLS. SODA BISCUIT, SUOAR
DU CRACKERS, Bnttof and Boston
Crackers, just received and for salo low by
tho barrel or at retail by
March IC J. A T. R. AGNEW.
-1 f\ PIECES SUMMER CASSIMERES,
WJ at 37J.c. per yard.
10 pieces LINEN DUCK, at STjc. per yd.
1 doz. Black Silk Basques.
1 " " Baron Shawls.
1 " Colored Baron Shawls. For salo
cheap. ALFRED TO ELLSON.
SCYTHES AND GRAIN CRADLES.
t ?) DOZEN Griffin's best Scythes.
\? 0 " host Grain Cradles, manu?
factured expressly to cut Southern grain,
lust received, and for sale at reduced
prices, by J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
SARATOGA WATER !
U8T received fresh from tho Spi n ;.
For sale bv
FISHER & HEINIT3H,
April 1 Druggists.
Schweizer Cheese, Dutch Herrings
A LARGE SWISS CHEESE, 250 pound?
/V Real DUTCH HERRINGS. At
April 10 JOHN 0. SEEGERS A CO.'S.