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WED oSPAY, NOT 29.
A. A. GILBERT.EDITO!
Tyranny ant lutult
This journal has neither advocated o
encouraged Ku Kluxism. On the con
tra ry, in a manner which seemed to u
becoming, it has end avored to shoi
that such organizations had co basis ii
a well rounded christian, feeling o
mora! principie, and that tbe^ractioe
of them were dangerous io precedent
inexpedient and impolitic, and caleula
fed to retard rather than advauce thi
return of influence to thc better classe
of thc State. And wc may f irthcr add
that the sequel, just now in develop
ment, seems to bearus out in the positiot
wc have occupied and the advice w<
have givcu thc people iu this CODHCC
'1 his much we have deemed necessary
merely as preliminary to what we have
0:> our first page, today, will" be
lound printed, one of a series ol
letters, written from Yorkvillc, by s
corr, -spoodeot of the New York Tribune,
known by name as SMALLEY, and recent
ly published in the columns of thal paper
We ive place to this slanderous. and
insaltiug publication-the emanation ol
a soul which most be mall indeed-in
or : r I hat our readers may be but thc
better informed as fo the auimm of thc
ly rs i. ni cal proceedings now in progress
i'j :!:'s ^!a:e, nuder tba military power
of lie national Government, and that
wc may have thc opportunity to h::rl
la<-k ccttain base slanders and misrep
resentations therein contained.
We pass over the detail of this lefter,
with tiie remark thai the amount cl
trash therein contained may be judge J
of from thc character of the statements
io which wc shall pariicuLrl} aliu le.
This mean'slanderer comes iuiu the
midst of a prostrate an d helpless people,
under the protecting gleam of the hay
onet of thc u>,trpin^ power he repre
r-.- .'s. and v.rites cl them to the World :
'? Tn ? ar roy*. ieh*t> um of youth ('(ir
'. ../?'.*?.<( t* lue prwut fpee cneu if the
'? C'tttrUM'tu rare I lui ct ( .< r SCH VU
either tide of th: At tui e." And again '.
Brutal, cowardly ami meoneelctOdy
" r/.io ri nf. h- !.< a Ca Klux by nature."
Such false and malicious slander and
abuse would bc unworthy thc notice ol
a respectable journal, were it not pub
iished in tho columns of a paper whose
editor has some reputation for fairness,
honesty and truth.
'.Tiie poorest specimen/* &c, "igno
rant," c-and yet one ot the points up
on .viiich the 'Tribune au i its class has
harped and continues to harp, is that
tl::s people constituted a proud oli
garchy, and, wi.h thc othar Southern
for more than hull a century,
'.. tated the policy a;,d directed the
c 'T:r-c of the Government.
. Tin: poorest specimen,T &e.,- and
y ...i (narrowing directly to the point)
t:- pcuptc from 'shots wen; forth such
* ;a s iu thc national arena as a CAL
HOUN and a McLUTFIK. andi CUEVES
an 1 a PlXCKNEY, and the host of noble
intellects and unsullied mimes, with
which South Carolina shed lu>ire upon
tin- State and n'itiou through successive
years in tho past.
'.'J he poorest specimen," &c,-(now
tl :it they lit ut'der thc tyrant's heel)
au i yet too much, intellectually, for
ail the boasted North to cope with, in
the councils of the Government,
through years on years of the past
"CowardlyV And yet, whore was
tiie Palmetto l cgiaient, when Northern
t: i:p* gave back in coo fusion, 'midst
he deadly rain of .Mexican bulle's ?
'.Cowardly !" And still brave enough,
v h their Confederates, to route tiie
! inning I.(.-.ts of the "Grand Army" at
.**:.?.- as, and hurl them back, in
Confusion dir and dl-mav. upon panic
striken \\ abington, while a Belshazzar
iear and trembling so:- -d upon Lincoln
! hi.- <'r. - rJ.-1. and brought the knees
( f he aiighty North to .-mite iogethcr! j
"Cowardly!" And yet, with heir
r ihren in arms (shut out from ti. I
. . i!<! . brave enough fought, md vaia
i rn gh to win splendid victories
.-: a hundred battle fi- his, against thc
grval Government for which this
S:.:ALLEV speaks."and to continue ii:e
E.^ht for four bm-years !
.. uwa d _\ !" 'i us miserable s!and r
c w aid never Ure utter the word on
Sooth Carolina soli, bit from behind
bis eolanm <i| protecting bayonet*. And
li.a! h -coij-ij k weft time ami linc
t i ins ::: a brave people, hut exhibit- in
. own narin* the brutality and cow
ii ! :". he .Kt: ibu i S to th< m.
Weare f#r no-e i to raking up th se
.hing from thc n . .v smouldering embers
f die p >* : bu s':.- t a party, repre
-''. i'j^a paper ike the New York
i/ ? .'<.-'"..., :. >tf < s into om midst,ai a tim 1
ii.; - i ! is, and With Ivin^ lips, ea its ns
coward, we Call up the pst as a suffi
ei .?. vindication from the base asper
? IT ?
A Ko tu t totbe Courts.
Ti-i Columbia Pu tn is continue? to
u"_ra with esruwiiios "a resi.rr to the
courts of thi> land" to redros our
financial grievance and bring the official
swindler* to justice It fixes the
re?} onsibility on Scott, Pat ker, Kiuipton
and Chamberlain, and advocates legal
proceedings against them.
South Carotis* Fracds
The Baltimore Gazette says : When
ex-Governor BULLOCK, went on to|?ew
York to see if he could ot raise suf
ficient money to cover upvfais fraudulent
issues of bonds, his failure to accomplish
his purpose- lett1 m wu raagrawa
thrpugh^ ffeajr of impeachment if be
'returned to Georgia.
In like manner, a fraudulent over
issue of South Carolina bonds, took
Governor SCOTT, together with some
of the State officials, to New York, to
ascertain what could be done to avoid
the expos jre of their doings, which was
then impending. But others whoTHU
cognizance of his purpose, and ie
interested in defeating ii, gave t h
information, in regard. taine financial
operation* of the. tate aajTorj^fi^BS
rL'idered secrecy nb: Ittiger ^ro sib||
With a bold "effrontery that.took an. air
of injured innocence, Governor SCOTT
met promptly the damaging revelation*
by denying that they were true-.' Ile
acknowledged that bonds to the amount
of tweuty-eight millions of dollars n' d
been printed in New York; but declared
that culy thirteen millions of them bad
This statement, so confidently made,
was well calculated to reassure anxiora
holders of South Carolina bonds. But,
somehow or other, their . doubts were
nut dispelled They had "been told that
the eutirc funded debt- ol'South Caro
lina in lv-GT was less thaa five millious
and a half of dollars; aad that when
the floating debt was also funded the
total debt of thc State would not exceed
ten millions. Since theo/according}to
Governor SCOTT'S statetjeut ito New
York, thc debt has been increased tb
thirteen millious. ' That was really,:he ?
said, only some two weeks ago, thc ross
amount of the State debt. Still, people
were not sati>fi-.d, and to avoidi-i iug
importuned for . further cxplaaajj $s,
Governor SCOTT.hast i ly left- NCT'YO*^
and, a few dav's afterwards, was reported
to be back again iu South' Carolina.
And uow we leam that his facts and
his figures were both false. At Colum- I
bia, ou Moooay last, he co ;lessed to a i
correspondent of-ibc New York ?Iribunc, J
thc same paper io which his previous
.-tatenient appeared, that he "had reason
'.to fear that there has been a fraudulent
.. . sui.- in New York of a considerable
"amount of South Carolina bonds toad?
.*by thc State Treasurer- PAUKE it
'.through"the -fifiaucul ragent-^Kl r
TOS." J 1
lie expressed tbe opinion that bonds
that liad been cou verted in'o "new
Conversion bonds" had been resold,
instead of cancelling them. Ile was
further of the belief, he said, that if any
of the seven per cent, bonds of 1S69
are Still in the market, they are fraudu
lent. "The same is true," he said, "of
.?700.000 of land commission bonds, and j
u of 9500,000 of bonds 'issued in Ocio- j
" Li r, l!?GS, to pay utterest on the pub- !
- lie debt, which were not ' properly
" pt in'ed, and should have been replaced
" with nc'.r bonds signed by him for the
The imputation cast by Governor
SCOTT upon PARKER, the State Treas
urer, has drawu from the latter a state
ment ol what he assumes to be tbe whole
amount of the State debt. He puts it
at $L"',80G,90S9S, or nearly three mil
lions more than Governor SCOTT esti
mated it at whilst iu New York. PAR
KER adds, with a malicious thrust at
SCOTT, that his books will show that
"ail jffieial statements heretofore made
" have bc-L-o intentionally erroneous, and
"made with a view to deceive."
The antecedents o! this man PARKER
afford a striking illustration of the gen
eral character of thc Slate officials in
reconstructed and iladical ridden South
Carolina. Before ihe war he kept a bar
at Ilaverhill, Massachusetts j but sub
s' ijuently entered thc army. When th*,
war was brought to a close he settled,,
a^ did many other carpet-baggers of a
similar kidney, at Charleston, "where he
opened/' says the Kation, "another gro-;
eery." Of course, with thc white people
disfranchised*, and thc black iu the
ascendant, he speedily became a politi- ;
o; ::j,and by negro voles was made an j
Aldo.-nan. Having thus adopted ' a '
more laoi.Tive profession, he failed inj
business, an compromised with his j
ci editors at the ra-.. 0f thirty cents cu !
tin.' dollar. Shrewdness of this kind
soon male him couspicoous, With
ignora ut negro constituents at n:." back,
and a grear reputation lor loyalty, he !
became Stare Treasurer, and in thc'
1 eour.-e of a lew year.-., blossomed from a-,
bankrupt tuto a millionaire. - - *jj
Wi:I) such carpet-baggers a? SCOTT, j
j and PARKER, and -HURLEY, aiitF
I WlllTTEMORE, aud UovEK exercising
political onfroi over unhappy South'
Caruliur, can it be any wonder, os the j
; correspondent of the New York Tribune]
\ "undc-rsakv to iniorui us, that the
"financial condition of the State is
\ confessedly bad Y* The only marvel at
; ali, lo our thinking, is that any one
i bhould suppose it could possibly bc !
jotheiarise. . "> '?
i The Sumter Book Store has
I iar o elegant picture Cord, Portfolios,:
. . -?-. . .- ,
Fancy Work Poxes, 'Writing Desks,'
! Motto Cup* and Slug*, Photograph Al- j
j bums, beautiful gilt (clasped) Bibles, j
j mid many other tilings suitable Ibr gifts*
Large droves of Tennessee hogs
! have passed throagh Greenville.
.The retad Dulce Alexi* at - Tmahl -j
toD-filaaalajR Royalty .adi American
j I great ct t tit th*'-ferial Man
nie^' a?>Wa* tngj o, o^fouxs Uy lear,
was a vi^t from the Russiau Prince
the Grand Duk lexjs, sud...bj , spite.
One o'clock in the day was the hoar
selected for the royaj display. At"rhis
hom* the carriages arrived,.-containing
the Duke and Minister Catacazy, Ad
miral I2aissiotr -Counsellor-of -State \V,
F. Maahin, and Court -Okondofr, (Jaunt
Shouve*loffrGeu. Gorloff, ^A^ni^m,
Lieotenent Touder and Mr. Sherkofr of
his suite/: ' ~:
The Duke's uniform; was a short blue
frock coatwith golden epau lets, sword
and pale bine sash over tis shoulder.
His guile were all dressed .in the .'uni
forms of their rank, elaborately mmmed
and.decorated.'. X il v J - *?
His.. Imperial Highness, Ulysses I,
and Cabinet, also appeared in glittering
dress. . Mrs.. Grant and her-suit wero
also gorgeously decked. Sher.with her
daughter Nellie and Mks Bessie Sharp,
were dressed in deniitoilette-black silk
with rJ r rt lace collar and sI CTcs*nnd
bright:colored ribbons. Mrs. Akemau
appeared in black silk train and bonnet,
with maroon .trimmiogs. Mrs. Delano
worcblack velvet, black Lse shawl anJ
piuk gibbons and head dress-Mrs.
Sharpe apple green silk'with train.
Mrs. Grant was "supported" by these
ladies as her "Court," and bore strong
external resemblance to a ffomau of
royal blood, birring' certain signs in
fallible, which show one's raisiiig.
They were received iu the blue parlor,
Granland the Duke being first prdskmtcd,
then his Cabinet and the Russian suite.
Then the whole were escorted by "His
Imperial Highness" to the ted pat lor,
and there presented by! him to the
ladies. The introductions were attcn
ded with handshaking, aid the greet
ings seemed to be cordial. In ' the red
parlor these introductions became more
general, and soon a considerable bazz of
voices ensued, mixed with French and
English, which lasted for about fifteen
minutes,.whet, the Duke ard his. suite
withdrew- Reentering their, carriages,
they returned immediately to thc
residence of Minister Catac.tzy.
The Duke left Washington on Friday
to.visit thc Naval School at Annapolis,
apd,frpni thence went to New. York ou
Saturday, where a grand reception was
arranged for him, and thc usual amount
of "running after" a titled foreigner,no
doubt took place. And thus American
people,'and especially those of i he North,
belittle themselves, before the civiliza
tion of the agc.
- * a- - -
Humiliation and Prayer.
Grant's proclamation, supplemented by
Seo tt's, calls upon the people of South
Carolina to observe to rofrrow, (Thurs
day, 30th) ss a day of thanksgiving.
Nev a** io-pbjibly,di lhe; proclamation of
the head of a .great people, in which
Almighty God was invoked, seem io
like es mickety as this.' ' Treading their
liberties in the-dut t, beneath thebcelof
his military power-scattering desola
tion and dismaj* araoug huudreds of
quiet ard frogal homes-dragging our
people to dungeons, without form of
law, and in gross violation of their great
Mug tes Cliarla of rights-setting aside
every principle of "good will toward
men," he calls upon them to assemble
themselves together, and give tltauis.-*
Thanks they may anti should give to
God continually for mucb j but arning
all christians, there is some fitness oj
person and character in tiose who lead
them toa Throne of Heavenly Grace.
To follow the lead of souii2 uienJo pray
er, w'ould be little less than 'sacrilege,
and this seems a case in point.
"An Aged Clergymat^who'wriles
u the Pita nix of. the ,' >~h ins'., sug
gests that the people ol the State ob
serve the day as ODe of "humiliation and
prayer," that He who holds io Ilia
hatids the eccptre of universal dominion,
and ro whom all kings and rulers are
subject, and whose high p-erugative it is
to deliver the oppressed, cvill lenk do'wo
upon this afiiieti-d Slate, and vouchsafe
her a speedy deliverance from all the
oppressions of wicked mea.
With the P/ionix, we approve the
suggestion, and wish it had beca made
at an <ariieT day.
V- Ko Kl ax Ir Ula. .
We learn fr en^ the Pf icen Ix nf the
201 h that Hon REV^DY Jo IN.SUN and
Judge BOND arrived a^ Columbia, the
day prerious-Mr. JoHN yv OA une of
the counsel for the. Ku Klux misouers,
$od Judge Ho.VD. to preside witlnjudge
Bni*A!C,at the trial, the Cunrt
dered to commence its setting? on Moo
day la>t. ;
We shall keep our readers udvixed,
from time to time, of th proceed i ogs.
which will be looked for with thc
deepest interest . and may God defend
By later aeeouota, ve karn that the
Court-Judges BOND au K BKYAS
presiding-eouveoed at ll unlock
.Mo J day-JO arning. FuUJifUsof Grund
h nd'Pe tit: Jurors, from various portions
of the State answered to their names.
S oine7 question of irregularity io the
drawing arose and tbe Court was
adjourned until Tuesday.
$Sr J& Legislature ( ! ) of
Oarolioa met at Columbia yesterday at |
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1871.
Ti meo Da aos Et Dona Fere n tea.-Vire
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.
November lt), 1ST I, at tba r sidence of tba
bride'* father, by the Rev. J. L.Shu ford. Mr.
THOMAS D. cLEOD to Mis ., MATTIE &
YOt jG, both ot Sumter Conoty/8. C.
Married, on. .9th Noretober, at tb residence of
the officiating clergyman. Dr. J. Leighton Wil
sen, his adopted daughter. Miss CORNELIA
_f>n Tuesday evening, Nqv. .14, .1571 a: the
Fresbyterfoo church, Greenville, S.-C/, by R V.
'DT/K T. Buier, W.-J. ^ROSWELL, Jr., of
Siunur, S. C, to MART E., daughter of T. C.
> Gower, E: q., of ibo, former place.
[Thanks for baTrdsbtne-sihses ofcak 7 and cor
Survivors of the War.
In accordance ttifb a resolution' passed by a
Preliminary Meeting, Surr irors of file late Con
federate Army and Navy, refidctu in the Ccunty'
of Sumter, are requested to meet at Sumter, on'
tb first:Wednesday in December "next, for the
purpose of forming a branch organization" of the.'
.'SteleStfmsors! Associa rion.": " v'
R. L.'COOPER,i .
: Nov 29. . :. : See. PreHmi Meeting
SUMTER" MARKET, NOVEMBER 28
The marcel bas been characterized by spirit
during the past week. .
We note the receipt of two hundred bales, and
quotations as wc go to press, at 15 to 17 cents.
BAOON-C. R Sides, 12@O0c: Shldrs. 1J@00
I.MtD-15( l 5.
FLOUR-per bbl. $S.00@$l2.O0.
COFFEE-Java, 40(5>4a ; Laguayrs, 35; Rio,
SUG A ll-P. Rv 12J; C. 15; B.' 10 ; A. 163;
Crii>hed;20 . . . ? . . i:
CO!:N'-$1.2nf $l 25 . .
i lt A <iO INO -Various Brands, 25@27.
LI VF It POOL.-COTTON, 9jd.
KEW YOKE-COTTON, 19 . Gold, Ul.
BALTIMOl' E.-COTTON, ]S \
npHEFAIR by the Ladies' of Hw Baptist
JL t'ongrejfatioa, to aid in the purchase . of a
Parsonage, aili i.c held at FURSTENBURG'S
ll ALL on MONDAY. TUESDAY and WED
NESDAY, the 4th,. 5th and Ct,h of December.
triebe served on MONDAY, ni;2 o'clock, and
nI.<o on each stfeeecding day, to which'they in
vite thc patronage of the Gentlemen and Lhdies
j of tho T( wn aiid C(>untrv,'t!:c committee having
[ made ample arrangement with an attractive bill
j of fare.
The Fair will <T[K-n Monday evening, and the
Ladies' hope torce.i>'e a liberal encouragement,
promising attraction and enjoyment an fur ns in
their power to supply. Any contributions, by
way of money, laney articles, or egz*, butter,
poultry, ineat , Ac., will bc thankfully received
by any of the Ladies of the Congregation, or
can he left at the store of Messrs. Green, Walsh
A Co., or Mr. J. N. Spann.
J. D. WILDER,
Nor 29 Chairman Com.
HAVING been appointed by the Town Coun
cil, Agent for thc . -alo. of thc "Town Stock,". I
would of.un the citizen* generally that thc.
books nrc now open, and invite everj- ne. to
col! at thc Cilium's Savit g Bank, where I will
bc glad to furnish them with full in'ormntion
regarding the is>:ue.
J. W. DARGAN.
As't Cashier Citizen's Savings Bank,
Nov 27-.lt_Sumter. S. C.
IWILL SELL, on the premises, on thc2Ist
d iy of Drceinour next, the ,i ..;
Land of thc Estate of Julias Watts, Sr.
Household and Kitchen Furniture.
Terms made known on day of sale.
I ll. H. COBB ITT, .
Nor 29-31 '". . Executor.
And many Good Things
Oranges, Apples, Bananas, .
. Pine Applet, Cocoa^Nnts^
P ain and Fancy Candies,
Raisins, Currants, Jellies,
Preserves, Canned Goods,
And Everything Nice !
TOYS FOR TI1E LITTLE ONE*S '
Now OB Load and a Handsome Assortment
Christmas & Kew Tear
AH admirers of the BEAUTIFUL and lovers
cf NICE THINGS, call and examine the eic
gant anfurtmcnt now quered for sale.
J. Ss SPAXX, AGENT,
Olmsted's Astronomy, by Snell
OI.MSTEAD'S A STB ON OM Y, ar SNELL: An
Introduce n to Astrtncmy.dcsignedasa Text
Book for Students in College. By Dusisos
OixsTeo, LL. D., late Professor of Natural
Philosophy and Astronomy, Yale College. Re
vised by E. S. Faxix, LL. D., Amherst College
Third-tereotjpc edition, ene vol;/ 8yo., pp.
j 224. Price $2 25.
: This is hejee.^4 revision o) Prpf< Oi.$rf# 'i
Astronomy by Dr. Snell, and bas met with de
cided apprtral fri m eminent Professors.' It has
been entirely re written, and is BOW printed from
new stereotype plates. ,
Professors nd Teachers desirdns of examining
if, will be furnished with copies apon toe receipt
i-f One Dollar by the publishers.
Frbia Prof. JOSEPH FJCXUST, University of Mis
Columbia, Mo., Marek 8, 1889.
' X sta using the Astronomy and desire nothing
bettor ; it is a splendid work. , .
From Prof. L. F. M. EASTERDAT. TTlioois Stat
Springfield, Jlliuoite, Ott. l , 1866,
T receixed the copy, and sm well pleased with
it,and will introduce it itt this Collage.
.From Prof. HKNBT S. Noras, North Western
Um>Vaity. ~ .
~Eca*t OM,misoi ,Av>, JP j866.
The wotk seca* to me wy greatly imnrovedy
a idw n ^-to>. sSaaiht advanced state' of
th science. The reducion j* th sise ia jud
iciously made, and h eontn wsHide if anything
which e ne would wish to rpsre, bn it ls com
prehensive enough to answer admirably ^
parp se rf a text book on this subject.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1871.
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From October 1st, 1871, lo January 8 1872,
IN CONSEQUENCE OF TUE FEVER IN CHARLESTON, S.. C.
To toe Given .A/way
. THE SOUTH CAROLINA
MO M IMMIGRATION Mil,
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO., Agents,
UN DIR THE AUSPICIES OF THE "SOUTH CAROLINA STATE AG
RICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY," will giro a SERIES OF CONCERTS,al
he Ac.-nlvniy < f Manic, Charie.ton. S. C., commencing J:<nua-y Sth, 1872.
Refers to all thc Bankers, Brokers, and prominent gentlemen of the Country, borth North sad
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AT $5 EACH.
[f voa have not received a Circular, nd for . one, giving fall particulars. AH orders strictly
2,405 Gifts, Amounting in all to $500,000.
Tbe Drawing of Ibis Great Southern Enterprise will be conducted under the supervisioa of tie
following well kfiorfn gentlemen :
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Direct all letters to
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Seiend M. C. BUTLER.-JOHN CHADWICK._General M. W. GARY.
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P. 0. Box 6813,
V?. H. Griffin, of V . Y
E. C. Green, of 8. C. [ New York..
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Advances mad oh Cotton, Naval
Sept t tf
AT T MHONSY LLE,
.jfl^ IKSTRDCTIOS Giren In EotfUb,
??fijfeLatia, Greek and Mathematics,
^B9f Al la Motic and Franck. Coen*
?fcsW petent assistants eecored.
TERMS-SI6-$16 per msartav, aeetndingU
rrade- Hosie, $9 (extra). Prench, %S. Session
emmeneed Noreeaber 6th, 1871. " V: "
S. M. RICHARDSON.
Rmsi-tcu :-Rev. D. McQueen, and W.
K B. Hajsworth, Esq., Sumter; Ree. J 0. B'.
)trgan, t H. W. Edwards. R n., Dnrlintton;
UT.W.B. Rice, t oerety HilL
Board maybe hn> wm M Illili* (halites te
200 HODS. CUBA MOLASSES,
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for ni bj
F. W. KEECHEEB.
Oct 18-_ _
200 BBLS. TRIMS MULLETS,
Per sale bj . 1 " 1
Oct 18-_ '
Cheese and Raisins.
100 BOXES CREESE,
1M i. } arid whole Boxes Raisins,
For sala bj
F. W. KWtCHNEE.
Pet ll- j
Corn. Fork and Bacon*
6,000 BUSHELS CORN,
. 10).Bb!* Perk, ; #3
. 15 Haas- Ssaekod. aad D. S. Sidas sid
Shoulders. . a
U Boxes Clear a C. B.D. S. Bides,
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I YAL BLE corro AND pRovisrw
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