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Friday Morning, October 35. 1867.
Advice to tile Freedmen.
In view of the approaching elect ion
in Georgia, Judge Davis, of that State,
has written and published an address
to the colored voters of bis district.
His object appears to bo to influence
the negroes not to push themselves
forward as candidates Cor tho Con?
vention, but to select "those in
whom, from long association and
knowledge of private character, they
can confide; who, from education and
experience, have a knowledge of legis?
lation; -who have'no personal ends to
gratify; who are friendly to the color?
ed Tr.*", and arc sot willing tu do ali
in their power' to raise and elevate
Sp akingof thoso demagogues who
hav3 taught, and would teach thom
otherwise the Jndge says :
"These men are ambitious of posi?
tion, but having no personal influ?
ence or merit to depend .upon in their
race for. promotion, mast rely for
success upon a combination made
with a colored candidate. They com?
mence by pouring their poisonous
words into the ears of some promi?
nent colored person, by exciting his
pride and vanity to such an extent
that he becomes satisfied that unless
he is a member of the.Convention, to
watch the artful movements of the
whites, they will luke away the rights
of the colored men, and reduce them
to slavery again. By this process
a political partnership is formed.
Through flattery and falsehood, the
ignorant freedman is made the tool
and instrument of electing to a high
rjsition a trickster. Against all such,
now give you timely warning. Be
not seducen into a bargain and sale of
your best interests, for the honor of
hoing the cat's-paw of such unprinci?
This is the truth in a nut-shell, and
applies to the colored voters through?
out the whole South. As sincere
friends of the colored population,
who, in this vicinity, and throughout
the State generally, have conducted
themselues with suoh admirable pro?
priety, we earnestly hope that they
will not consent to be used as toole
or cat's-paws of those who really have
no interest in their future welfare,
and only look to personal or political
. ascendancy in the passing events of
the day, and who, as soon as their
ends are attained, will abandon them
and their political and material wel?
fare. The friends of the past, who
were born and reared among and
with them, should not be forsaken
and abandoned by our colored peo?
ple for theso scape-graces, who have
no interest or feeling in common
. . < * ?,?
THE MISSISSIPPI JUDIOIAKY.-Wo
have already alluded to the resigna?
tion of Judge Haudy, Chief Justice
of Mississippi. We now learn from
the papera of that State, that two
more Judges, (Harris and Ellet,} are
about to follow his example, and re?
sign their places in tho Supreme
Court. The whole of them, it ap?
pears, not only resign their positions,
but intend to expatriate themselves.
Judge Haudy is to remove to Balti?
more, and the two lutter intend re?
moving to Memphis, where they will
pursue thc practice of their profes?
How long will tho people of the
United States-wo mean the moss of
the people, as distinguished from thc
party politicians-submit to theso
y encroachments on their constitutional
\ rights and liberties os a free peoplo ?
Verily, tho work of reconstruction is
progressing with a vengeance.
No REPRESENTATION-No TAXES.
It is stated that Hon. Jesse D. Bright
announces that the Kentucky Legis?
lature will considor the propriety of
passing a law making it a ponai
offence for any ono to attempt to col?
lect a Federal tax within the limits of
that State, until she is admitted to a
representation on the floor of Con?
PBOFTTABT?E FAMUNO.-The profil
of wheat-growing in the North-west
appear from a singlo statement from
a MUwaukee letter as follows:
"Wheat can bo mado to pay a fair
profit to tho farmer in all the North?
western region at the rate of one
dollar per bushel. It is now bringing
in this market from $1.75 to $2.
One farmer has employed fifty-two
men the present season, with fifteen
reapers. He sold his wheat at $1.90
a bushel, and has actually cleared
nearly $40,001) on his year's crop.-"
Tho German population of New
York city is nearly 200,000.
BK NOT TOO JUBHIAHT.-A Ciao in?
na ti friend writes to the New Orleans
Picayune WA follows:
"I drop you a noto by request o?
* * * They say urge opon your peo?
ple to bo patient ana calm; not to feel
that the victory is complete yet. One
little riot in the Sooth would undo
what has been done. Let evorv
editor make it a point to urge this
in every issue. That the radicals will
uso every means possible to draw you
into a riot, yon may expect; but if the
people will watch them, and head
them on for one year or nine months
more, tho victory will be complete. *
I feel elated, and know tho Southern
people will, and I am so fearful they
may feel too jubilant and overdo tho
There is forco and truth in the
above suggestion. Let our Southern
people be cautious, prudent and
ABSITTTANCR TO BAIL.-Tho follow?
ing order has been issued by General
.'Post Commanders may admit to
bail persons not subject to tho Arti?
cles pf "War, held in arrest by military
authority, charged with offences not
capital,- upon seourity, os provided in
th e f ol 1 o w i ? g paragraph : .
* "Security shall consist: 1st, of a
cash deposit, of tho amount for which
bond is required as bail by the State
law in like cases; or, 2d, of a boud in
like sum, running to the Post Com?
mander, conditioned for compliance
with all ordere, with surety, who
must be a freeholder and must justify
in twice the amount of the penalty,
and must, under seal, authorize uny
officer so ordered by tho Post Com?
mander, in case of default, and non?
payment by tho surety on demand, to
summarily seize and sell sufficient of
the property of principal and surety
to satisfy tho forfoiture and costs;
and immediately upon default made,
tho bond shall constitute a lien upon
the personal property of both prin?
cipal and surety.
"All bail and other bonds taken
under military authority will conform
to tho foregoing directions, when not
otherwise specially provided."
LABOE CARGOES.-The Savannah
Republican notices that, on Saturday
last, a British brig cleared for Liver?
pool, with a cargo consisting of 598
bales of upland cotton, weighing
305,798 pounds, valued at $48,463.33,
and seven bales of Sea Islands, weigh?
ing 1,770 pounds, valued at $708;
total weight 307,568 pounds, total
value, 819,171.33. This is the first
direct export of the staple this season
to Liverpool by sail.
Tho Wilmington Journal 6ays that
the shipment by a British brig last
week, of spirits turpentine made by
her, was one of tho largest-it is
thought tho largest-ever mado from
this port, being 1,945 barrels. Tho
valuo of tho shipment is estimated
at between $46,000 and $47,000.
JOHNSON AND STANTON.-As the
case now stands between President
Johnson and Mr. Stanton, the latter
is only suspended as Secretary of
War, and as a mere suspension in?
volves a submission of the matter to
Congress, the question recurs, how
will tlie President present tho subject?
Tho Tenure of Office bill was espe?
cially designed for the protection of
Stanton, and in whatever shape his
case maj' come up, Stanton will doubt?
less bo sustained by the two houses.
And what then? Why, then we may
look for a settlement between Presi?
dent and Congress ono way or the
other.-Keir York Herald.
Tho Cincinnati Enquirer nominates
George Tl. Pendleton as tho dioico
of Ohio Democrats for tho Presidency
in 1868. In its remarks oudorsiug
his claims to tho nomination, tho edi?
torial closes with tho assertion that
tho Democracy will sweep tho coun?
try with Pendleton in 1868 as it did
with Pierce in 1852, when General
Scott, the conqneror of Mexico, head?
ed tho opposition.
The friends nnd acquaintances J? John
Loo and family, and Joseph MeMillau und
family, aro invited to attend tho funeral of
SAKAI! COOPER, wire of the former and
daughter o? tho latter, at the A. M. E.
Church, THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock.
LIME AA i) PLASTER PARIS.
FOR SALE by tho barrel or small quan?
tity. JAMEf DROWN.
October 25_ _
Fish! Fish; !
100 lbs. SMOKED HALIBUT.
Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel.
" No. 8 "
Bbls. Bini? Pinh.J
400 lbs. splendid Codfish.
. Oat 85 JOHN 0. SEEGERS Sc CO.
SELF-RAISING-C lb. papers.
Oct 25 JOHN C. SEEGERS Sc CO.
Eggs! Eggs! !
DOZ. FRESH EGGS. At
Oct 25 J. C. 8EEGERS Sc CO.'S.
pi REENVIELE AND COLUMBIA RAIL
VT ROAD BONDS, (guarantee,) wanted
by THOS. E. GREGG Sc CO.
For salo, FIRST MORTGAGE NORTH
E ASTERN RAI LEO Ap BONDS. Oct 18
Wolfe'* Schiedam Schnapps are put
up in qnart and pint bottles, with tho pro?
prietor's name on the bottlo, cork and
I IIP O RT ANT TO BANKRUPTS.-The
period is passing rapidly within which
insolvent debtors of past years may
avail themselves of the benefit of the
National Bankrupt Law, with such
advantages as they now possess.
After the 2d of March, 18G8, no
debtor will be able to obtain a dis?
charge in bankruptcy unless his assets
shall pay fifty per cent, of his indebt?
edness, or by assent in writing of a
majority, in nnmber Sod value, of
A Texas letter ta the New Orleans
Picayune says: "The rains havo been
heavy about New Braunfels, and
never havo I seen the grass more
luxuriant or the stock of oil kinds in
better condition. Beef is three cents
per pound, and fat, tender and juicy
at that; while the cattle-I menu
large steers in primo condition-aro
goiug begging for purchasers at six
mid eight dollars a head. What n
chance for the packers of corned beof
to make their fortunes.
An enthusiastic Democrat, of Lynn,
Ohio, undertook to firo 100 guns in
honor of the October electious. Tho
City Marshal stopped him ufter tho
fifty-third rouud, and he has since
petitioned the City Council for leave
to firo tho remaining forty-seven.
HOKENDA MONSTRA.-Three rattle?
snakes were killed on the plantation
of J. Eli Gregg, last week, tho largest
of whioh had twenty-three rattles,
and the smallest eighteen.
A. COTTAGE HOUSE, with six
rooms. Inquire of
Got US_JAMES BROWN.
Onf \ PRIME CODFI8H.
?\J\J Bbls. White IRISH POTATOES.
Bbls. Northern Whito Beans.
" Fulton Market Spiced Reef.
" Breakfast Bacon.
Cheese. Butter. Ac.
Just received and for salo bv
Cet 25 C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
Napoleon and Queen Louisa,
THE Very Latest, by Louisa Mublbach.
Birds of Prey, a Novel, by M. E. Brad?
don. 75 cents.
Casto, a Novel, by tho author of "Mr.
Arie." 50 cents. And many other new
Frunk Forrester's Completo Manual for
Dinks, Mayhow and Hutchinson, on tho
New stock of Episcopal and Catholic
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S Bookstore,
Oct 25 Main streot, Davis' Building.
Martha G. Roberts, Administratrix, vs.
Robert O. Sams, et ux ci al.
IN pursuance of tho Decretal Order, in
the above Stated caso, tho creditors of j
Owen M. Roberts, deceased, aro hereby
required to render and provo their demands
against the said estate, on or before tho
1st day of APRIL next.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Oct 25 fl3 OE. R. D.
Addison R. Phillips vs. Nancy Allon, et al.
Hill for Account, Sale of Real Estate, In?
junction or General Relief.
IN pursuance of tho Decretal Order, in
thu abu vc stated case, tho creditors of
tho estate of John M. Allon, deceased,
aro hereby required to render and prove,
before mo. their demands on or beforo thc
1st day of MARCH next.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
oct 25 ria 0. K. R. D.
SIGNED has re?
moved his stock
o f t h o above
HUHMiBV GOODS to the J
old stand, on MAIN STREET, (rebuilt,)
formerly occupied by Peter B. Smith. Ho
is receiving a (dioico und well selected
assortment, to which ho invites tho atten?
tion of CONSUMERS-satisfied that his
prices and tho quality of his goods will
Kivo perfect satisfaction. His stock em?
A stock of
thc very b?-u?*
Equal, if not
any in the city.
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE, etc. In
fact, any and everything connected with a
FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
JAMES 8. CAMPBELL.
P. S.-I have an oxoellent WAGON
YARD attached to my establishment,
whero any number of Teams oan be acco
Wolfe*? H eh i ed nm Srhnappn aro
Kuud for Dyspepsia.
The Winnsboro News annoonoea
tbe death of two old citizens of Fair?
field-Mr. John McNaul and Dr.
Geo. E. Pierson.
Savannah receved 11,021 hales of
new cotton, and Mobile nearly 14,000
balee, during the month of Septem?
A pine lumber raft from the Wis?
consin pineries floated down the Mis?
sissippi the other day, covering three
acres of surface.
A machine which will remove the
pits from 100 cherries a minute has
been invented in Germany.
Brownlow wants the State to build
him an "Executive Mansion."
Fresh Mountain Butter.
"I rv KITS Choico Nortb Carolina BUT
JLU TER, just received And for Bale low,
by tho kit or at retail.
Oct 24_ J. Sc T. It. AGNEW.
TRY THE . CELEBRATED
" ARROW TIE"
PAINTED IRON BANDS,
FOR BALING COTTON. For sale by
J. G. Gibbes and E. A G. D. Hope.
H. T. BARTLETT, Gon'l Agont,
43 Carondelet Btrect, New OrleanB, La.
Oct 23_ Imo
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnaps should
be in the hands of every housekeeper.
Cabbages ! Cabbages ! !
1QQ CHOICE CABBAGES just To
JLfJtJ celvod from New York, and for
Bale low, by_J. St T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps is tho
purest liquor manufactured in the world.
Opposed to More Than Lawful Inte?
rest-7 per cent.
PERSONS wishing LUMBER, on time,
will (tall upon us, or lcavo ordors at
Mr. 8tenhou8o's store, Main stroot.
AULL & llALTIWANGER.
Oct 22 _ _6*
DR. TALLEY has removed lu> Resi?
dence and Ofiice to the, corner of
Laurel and Bull streets, near Col. F. W.
McMastcr^ Oct 206* _
ALL persons indebted to tho catato of
JOHN 8. DUE, deceased, will como
forward and settle their accounts, and all
having claims against tho Baid eBtato will
proBont them, properly attested, to
JULIEN SOULE, Admin'r,
Comer Bull and Lumber streets.
Oct 23 ?et
SWEET HAVANA ORANGES,
A selected invoice of French CONFEC?
TIONERY, largo assortment of TOYS,
DOLLS, ?tc. CAKES and CANDIES manu?
factured daily. At MCKENZIE'S,
Oct 17 Greenfield's Row, Main street.
Dew of thc Alps-This cordial has
only to bo tasted to bo appreciated.
AFULL supply of STEELYARDS and
Patent balances, just received and for
salo by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe's Si ii lulu ni Schnapps corrects
the ehanpe of UM!er.
"I f\ BARRELS PURE KEROSENE OIL,
J. Vf just received, and for salo low, bv
Oct9 J. ?VT. R. AGNE\V.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps have
been boforo tho American public for the
last eighteen years.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps have a
depot in all the laqjfccities in tho Union.
FOR TWO HUNDRED CORDS of LONG
LEAF PINE WOOD, to be delivered
and corded in tho Water Works Lot. All
bids to Lo ..,.|u oven ny the City Clerk, sub?
ject to tho approval of Council.
Oct 17 J. S. McMAHON, City Clerk.
100 Sacks Family Floor,
1 /"v/"v SACKS SALT
XV/vJ ? ticrcos now Sugar-Cured Hains,
5 hhds. Bacon Sides,
200 bushols old White Corn, by
Oct 12 E. St G. D. HOPE.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps are good
MACKEREL ! MACKEREL!
1 Cid PACKAGES NEW MACKEREL,
JL\J\J in whole, half and quarter Bar
rois, and Kita, on band, and for salo low,
by_ J. & T. R. AGNEW.
New Hulled Buckwheat.
-| f \ BBL8. New Hollod BUCKWHEAT,
_LvvT just rocoived, and for sale, by
Oct 20 J. St T, 1U AGNEW.
Bead Udolpho Wolfe's advertise?
ments, in to-day's paper.
The Phoenix Weekly Leiter Sheet
Prices Current and Market Report
will be issued this (Friday) afternoon.
Those desiring copies, will hand in
their orders as early as practicable.
OUR MARKET.-Mr. B. T. Dent re?
quests us to say, that he will have on
baud, at Stalls Nos. 4 and 12, this
morning, an extra fine beef, butch?
ered in the favorite style of our He?
Harper** JWeic Monthly for Novem?
ber, has been placed on our table by
Mr. McCarter. It is, as usual, pro?
fusely illustrated, and contains a
goodly amount ot reading matter.
Singlo copies eau bo obtained at Mr.
Me. rs bookstore.
FIVE CENTS.-Tho price of single
copies of tho Pheonix is five cents, nud
purchasers are requested to pay no
moro for them. We are informed
that some of the news-boys charge
ton. This is an imposition.
THE DISTICT COURT.-This Court
Judge John S. Green-after a session
of four days, adjourned yesterday
afternoon. The following sentences
Charles Glenn-larceny. Hard
labor for one yoar in penitentiary.
Frances, Charles and Moses Green
larceny. Six months in peniten?
Thomas Nazerath-larceny. Ono
year in penitentiary.
Mary Louisa Robinson-assault
and battery. Ten dollars fine, or
imprisonment for one week.
Peter Kerry-assault and battery.
Sealed sentenco left.
NEW STOCK AND NEW STAND.
j Tho firm of Campbell & Milling hav?
ing been dissolved, Mr. Campbell
has branched off, and now occupies a
roomy establishment, on Main street,
a few doors above the Phoenix office.
And as Mr. Campbell rightfully
thinks that a fresh stock is essential
to a new stand, he has filled his
shelves, and, in fact, all the available
space in Iiis store, with a prime stock
of groceries and family supplies
besides, a choice lot of that article to
which Tom Moore was so addicted,
and which he apologized for by
the assertion, that "he poured the
spirits down, to keep his spirits up."
Drop in and inspect his stock.
DEATH OE COU JOHN BAUSKETT.
Wo arc pained to annonnce the death
of Col. John Bauskett, one of our most
respected citizens, and one of the
brightest ornaments of the Bar in
the State. We havo not the material
for even a brief memoranda of tho
deceased. He was born in Newberry
District, and waa about seventy-four
years of age. He was admitted to
the bar, contemporary with Waddy
Thompson, Hon. A. P. Butler, Judge
Earle, Chancellor Harper and Judge
C'Neall. In tho midst of this galaxy
of South Carolina jurists, he shone
bright. Colonel Bauskett represented
Edgefield District, in the State Sen- j
ate, for one or two terms. Since ho
removed to Columbia, he took a high
position in his profession; and as a
friend and gentlemen, won esteem
and respect of all who had the plea?
sure of bis social intercourse.
A friend has furnished us with the
following additional particulars:
Ho had nchioved reputation at the
bar, before ho removed to Edgefield,
which was about the year 182.". He
became eminent at this latter plaoo,
taking rank among her best lawyers.
His practico was very largo and lucra?
tivo; and I think it is conceded by
all who knew him at this period-I
mean the period of his residenco at
Edgefield-that, perhaps, no ono at
tho bar, exhibited a more zealous de?
votion to tho interests of his clients,
or argued his causes with a closer
logic, or greater acuteness. But he
enjoyed other honors and distinc?
tions than those which properly be?
long to his profession. He repre?
sented the people of that Diatr>t. in
both bruuohes of the Legislature,
tin.s receiving from them tho most
assured proofs of their respect and
confidence. About fifteon years since,
he removed to this place. His health
was not good; he was stricken in
years, and his practico at the bar, in
his new home, was not extensive.
Ho has been the picture of infirmity
for many years, and it was plainly to
bo seen that his days of usefulness
and labor were gone forever. A fort?
night since he took his bed, and, his
strength failing hour by honr. nt. lagt
exhausted nnture was no longer able
to maintain the strife, and he expir?
ed, without a struggle, in all tho
3uiet nud repose of the gentlest
^ASSISTANT ASSESSOR.-0. B? Bald?
win, Esq., has been appointed Assis?
tant Assessor for Division No. 2,
Third Collection District of South
Carolina. Office at the store of C. IT.
Baldwin & Co., corner Main and
Inez-A Tale of the Alamo. By
Miss Augusta J. Evans, author of
"Beulah" and "St. Elmo." New
York: W. J. Pooley.
Miss Evans' works need no recom?
mendation-her "Macar?a" and other
equally attractive books having
stamped her as an authoress of rare
ability. Tho present work is dedi?
cated to tho Texas potriots, who
triumphantly unfurled and waved
aloft the banner of the lone star. We
are indebted to Mr. J. J. McCarter
for a copy.
S. H. King. Esq.. of the Charleston
Courier, paid us a flying visit yester?
day afternoon. He is on his way to
Fairfield and Chester Dist.icts, on
business connected with tho "old
paper," and will pay his respects to
the citizens of -Columbia in a few
MAU. AKRA'NGF.M.ENT.S.-The post
office open during the week from 8}?
a. m. to G p. m. On Sundays, from
1% to 2*? p. m.
The Charleston and Western mails
are open for delivery at 2 p. m., and
close ut 9 a. in.
Northern-Open k>r delivery at
10'.;. a. m., closes at 3,p. m.
Greenville-Open f^r delivery at 3
p. m., closes at 8 p. ni.
Having a complete printing office,
superintended by thc, proprietor, we
can execute every description of book
and job printing-bill and letter
heads, circulars, labels, posters, pro?
grammes, business, wedding and in?
vitation cards, ? railroad receipts,
checks, drafts, Sci.
GEOGRAPHIC An ENIGMA. -Th e fol?
lowing excellent migma for students
in geography, is i rell worthy of atten?
tion. We prese ited it to some two
or three young ones, and between
them, we think v e have tho solution;
bnt will publish x correct one from
any of our youth ul readers, provided
they accomplis!: it without the as?
sistance of oldei hnnds. It is quite
an interesting er gina:
"I was awakei sd ono morning by
a city in China, \ hioh was perched on
a fence near my window. From an
adjoining room [ heard a division of
Great Britain; a id I called a river of
South America 1 > make a fire, as I
felt a division oj South America. On
going down stai s, I found one of the
lakes of North A mexico, had spilled a
division of Eu -ope on my highly
prized city of B tlgium, while putting
on the table my breakfast; consisting
of a division of Asia, seasoned with a
city of South Ai lerica, also a cape of
Massachttsetts, a t island of Oce?nica,
a city of Franc ; stopped with a city
of Ireland, and k basket containing a
river of Africa, and other fruits. ~0
paid a division c t Africa for my break?
fast, and thor asked one of the
islatids of Ocear lea for some sugar to
feed an island of Africa, that was
hanging in my chamber."
NEW ADVEBTISI KENTS.-Attention in call?
ed to the follow kg advertisements, pub?
lished this morn hg for tho Brit time
D. B. De8auesi ro-In Equity.
Duffle Sc Chapi ian-Now Hooks.
James S. Cam] bell-New Stool:.
0. P. Jackson- -Trimmings, tee.
James Brown- -Cottage to Rent.
" " - -Plaster Paris.
C. H. Baldwin fe Co_Fresh Geods.
J. C. Soogors i i Go.-Fish, otc.
C. P. .JACKSON is receiving goods regu?
larly every wee!. Thoy aro woll solectod
and sold at low tatos. Call and eoe them.
No how HO sells gpodschoaper than he does.
TAKE A CHANCE.
ONLY $2.00, np gift concern, but a splon
did SILVER PITCHER, worth $100 and
more, at T. vi RADCLIFFE'S, for the
bcuetlt of a ncofly and afflicted family.
Oct 20_ _?
Washing Nachines and Clothes
CLOTHES y RINGERS and Washing
Machines, constantly on hand, and for
salo, by j J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
Just Received and For Sale,
(\ BALES GUNNY BAGGING, two ponnds
\J to tho yard,
10 coila GREENLEA!' ROPE,
10 oohs MASILLA ROPE, low.for cash,
hy ZJ. ic KS. SJ. nui'K.
Pots toes and Onions.
BBLS. ( hoice Northern TOT ATOES,
5 bola. ( INIONS.
6 bbls. I Iwoet I OT ATOES.
Just receive L and for salo low, by
Oct 17 I ' J. A T. E. AGNEW
FRES? LAGER BEER.
AT WHOLl BALE AND RETAIL.
_JJ HN C. BEEPERS & CO.
IMPORTE! I HAVANA SEGAR8.
6AC\C\ dpOIOE GENUINE SPAN
.4fct7t/ ?H SEGA RS, at
Oct I) T J. C. SEEOERS & C0j_
THGS. fi. GEEU? & CO.,
STOCKS, B4hde, Gold and Exchanf
bought amf sold. Office at OREt.O
CO.'S. ' . 31