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Friday Morning, november 1, 1867.
Representation tit Ute Senate.
As metters now stand, we have in
i this country a consolidated Govern*
ment. When the Federal Govern?
ment was instituted as a republic,
each State, whether large Qt small,
'* was entitled to two Senators in the
Senate of the United States-clearly
showing that the Government was
intended to bo a Federal Union of
i States, and not a nation. By that
rate of representation in the upper
branch of the National Legislature,
the States wero clearly recognized as
* equals and as possessing independent
State rights and State sovereignty
were- wiped out by the war, and there
ia ?jiu Goveiuniout, BO far os the South
is concerned, but that of the United
States. So long as there were States,
and each State had rights with which
the others had no right to interfere,
the Senate waa 'regarded as properly
and wisely constituted; and no one
objected to Delaware having as large
a representation as Pennsylvania.
The Government being now confess?
edly a national one; the States having
no rights whioh Congress is bound to
respect; the Constitution itself hav
' v ing been thrown aside as too con?
tracted in its provisions for such a
country as ours; and legislation
having been resorted to, os Mr. Ste?
vens boldly avows, outside of that
instrument-there is no reason why
New England should be still entitled
to send her twelve members to the
These remarks are suggested by a
speech of ex-Gov. Seymour, of New
York, who made this unequal repre?
sentation in the United States Sonate
a strong point. Our country is pass?
ing through a fearful ordeal, and we
have no statesmen to carry her
through safely. The incumbent ol
the Executive chair at Washington
might turn the tide of revolution;
but wc very much fear that there the
nerve is wanting to rescue the country
from its perils. We will be glad to
Tho No*w York World refers to the
high prices of food, and remarks
that for twenty years past all sorts of
industry have been stimulated, ex?
cept the growth of substantial articles
of food. There is reason to fear
that, without the utmost precaution,
this country and Western Europe
will encounter before another harvest
a scarcity of bread. Two failures of
tho winter wheat crop so reduced
supplies, that many last spring would
have been compelled to dispense with
wheat flour, bat for the extraordinary
shipments from California. Tho crop
this year does not help tho case, in
consequence of the almost entire
consumption of the old surplus.
We notice that this apprehended
scarcity is attracting mach attention
everywhere. Those of ns who have
to lay in family supplies know, bj
painful experience, that the prioe oi
every article to consumers is verj
nearly doublo that of six or sever
years ago. The true canse of thu
may be traced to the late civil war,
and its disastrous effect? upon thc
industry of the whole country. Enor
mous taxation, n heavy national debt,
with no specie currency, must pros
trate the producing energies of anj
people. The political condition o:
the country, too, has its injurious
effects upon the commercial interests
while it has destroyed confidence
between our people. The remedy ii
in the future; but what lt is, or hofl
it in to bo administered, nothing bu
a prophet's ken could solve. Gooi
crops for a series of three or foul
years, tho lessoning of tho publi<
debt, and the consequent reductioi
of the rato of taxation, and, abov<
all, tho just and peaceful sottlemon
of our political difficulties, may bring
prices down; but the probation wi!
bo hard to bear, and could not b<
''orno, :f cur poopl? Lud not leurnei
already sonio powerful lessons in th?
school of euduranco and suffering,
Nil desperandum is a very good motto,
but even that can bo worn thread
Au effort is being made to securi
tho relcaso on parolo of Lioutenan
J. C. Braine, of tho lato Confederad
navy, who is con?ned in Fort Dela
ware on special chargos. Ho is th
last prisoner of war in confinement.
Tb? Coming: Conflict of BMW.
The Mobile Times gives the follow?
ing advice to freedmen :
"Before yod forever close tho ave
8oe to peaco and friendship, liston to
ie great voice of the American peo?
"Over 800,000 aons.of Ohio have
already r>rononuo#td their verdict that
yon shall not rn lo tb is continent.
"Desert the altars of your false
gods! Spurn away with contempt
your false prophets! Your leaders
are cowards ! They will run when the
hour of danger arrives!
. "Return to your old friends-the
friends of your youth-who had not
enslaved yon, but had inherited au?
thority as yon had inherited slavery
-from ages long past.
"It is yet time! Count your num?
bers! To-day, yon are three against
eight; in a few years, you will be two
against ten. Beware that you do not
sow the wind and gather the tempest!
We are ready to receive yon, after
having om?hod the serpents who
The Edgefield Advertiser has the
"Notice is hereby given, that there
will be a public meeting of the white
citizens of Edgefield District, on
Monday, the 4th of November next,
at 12 o clook, to co-operate with the
people of the other Districts of, the
State, o? matters affecting the politi?
cal interests of tho State."'
TV o have consistently opposed this
discrimination of the two races now
living in tho South. We had hoped
that both would have worked toge?
ther for the benefit of their section.
Virginia and Georgia show that tho
freedmen have been misled by the
vile political intriguers who have
boen permitted to tamper with them
-inciting them to strife with the
white men of the South. May God
avert the threatened evil to both
THE STATE CONVENTIONS.-Gen.
Mower calls tho Louisiana Conven?
tion to meet in Mechanics' Institute
Hall, New Orleans, on Saturday,
November 23, to commence their
labors in forming anew Constitution.
The order states the official vote of
the people at 79,174; of which 75,083
were for a Convention, 4,006 in tho
negative, and 83 blanks.
The Alabama Convention is direct?
ed by Gen. Pope to meet at Montgo?
mery, on tho 5th day of November,
to frame a Constitution and civil
government for the State of Alabama.
Thc order directs that, after such
Constitution shall be framed, it will
bo submitted for ratification to the
registered voters, as required by law.
Mn. DAVIS' TRIAL.-The New York
Times, a lending Republican journal,
manifests a very just appreciation of
tho character of Underwood, when it
declares, as it does in its issue of
Monday, that "considering tho cha?
racter and calibre of tho presiding
District Judge, the mode of consti?
tuting the jury, and the prevailing
temper of the parties who have con?
trol of tho whole proceeding, there is
reason to fear that steps may be
taken to procure a conviction, which
will reflect more lasting disgrace and
inflict deeper injury on our whole
political system then even an acquit?
tal would involve."
REIGN OP TERROR.-Tho following
paragraph, from the Wilmington
Post, is suggestive of much that is
terrible. If men aro to bo dragged
from their homes, and carried to a
distance, to bo tried by military com?
mission on charges of crimes com?
mitted two years ago, in times of
general lawlessness, who is safe?
"Two white men, named Hum?
phreys and Townsend, were arrested
in Robeson County last Thursday,
charged with the murder, in 1865, of
a colored man named Hector Oxen
dine, who, it was said, had pHoted
the Federal troops on their way
tbr?ugh that County. They were
taken through this place on Thurs?
day night, en route for Charleston,
there to undergo trial boforo a mili?
THE RETURNS.-Our tables show
86,088 votes for tho Convention and
58,716 against it. The Convention
will consist of 105 members. Twen?
ty-five negroes are elected to the
Convention and eighty white men;
seventy-two radicals aro elected and
Ar AIR of SPRING (Noso) STEEL
SPECTACLES, in tho etrects of this
city. A suitable reward will bo paid to tho
il ruler, by leaving thom at lt. O'Neal's
Btoro. P. P. CHAMBERS.
Nov 1 1*
Washing Machines and Clothes
CLOTHES WRINGERS and Washing
Machines, constantly on hand, and for
aale,|by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
DEATH OF J. B. NIXON.- The Bal?
timore papera, of Monday. Inst, chro?
nicle the death of J. B. Nixon, a well
known citizen of Cnar?eston.
Madrid papers oppose farther hall
fighting. Other fighting is pending
there, and tauohomonia is at a' dis?
Tho Alta Californian says this has
been a mighty poor season for earth'
quakes. They have had only one
besides the election.
Miss Braddon'8 novels h ave brought
her $160,000. They have caused her
a pleasant "sensation" as well a3 her
The Paris Rothschild made $100,
000 at the Bourse by knowing of
Garibaldi's arrest an hour and a half
OF ALL THE MEDICI ? ICS KV O IV V
to tho world, and to the profession, none
have been attended with such marked ap?
preciation by tho public, and secured the
approbation of the profession, on account
of its extraordinary remedial powers, as
'HEINITSH'S QUEEN'8 DELIGHT." We
challenge the world over to produce a sin?
gle instanco where any oi?ex medicine has
attained such popularity, iu so short time,
as the Queen's Delight. Twcnty-flvo hun?
dred bottles havo gone forth from thc es?
tablishment of FISHER ? UEINIT8H in
one year, and the demand is still for more
From all parts of tho country, we hear it is
doing wonders. It cures Chill and Fover,
restores tho sick to health, improvos tho
general condition of tho man, and makes
him a now creature. Nov 1 tuf
THE Board of Managers, of tho Ladies'
Industrial Association, are requested
to moet, THIS AFTERNOON, at i o'clock,
at Mrs. Dr. Howe's. Business bf impor?
tance demands the attention of the Board,
and it is hoped the members will all be
present. Nov 1 1
THIS popular und entertaining troupe
will perform again
THIS EVENING, NOVEMBER 1,
At tho above named Hall, when ?ill be
presented the Comedy of
?THE LOAN OF A LOVER."
To be followed by tho Comedy of
?Tl'UV HIM Ol'T."
After which SONGS, DANCES, etc. To
conclude with a laughable Farce.
Admission 50 cents. Children 23 cents.
Doors open at 7; performance to com?
mence at half-pust 7 o'clock. Nov 1
2,000 Pounds English Blue Stone.
FOR sale low, by
Ladies' Industrial Association.
MME. DEMOREST'S Bulletin of Ladies'
and Children's Fashions, for fall and
winter, with naper patterns; also, Hair
Crimpeis, Needles stuck like Pins. Mark?
ing Cotton, and various fancy articles.
HAMS AND BACON.
5TIEROES Baltimore City-Cured PIG
2,000 lbs. Sugar-Cured Breakfast Race
3 tirkins Choice Goshen Butter.
Just to hand, and for sale low.
OctSl GEORGE SYMMERS.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Puro WHISKEYS and BRANDIES,
Sherry and Madeira Wines, choice,
Champagne, favorite brands,
Old Tom and Holland Gin,
Jamaica Rum, Ac.
Oct 31 GEORGE SYMMERS.
NEW LAYER RAISINS, assorted pack?
Now Citron, Currants and Prunes,
Jellios, assorted; Canned Fruits, Vege?
tables, Fish, Ac.
Oct 31_P^.ORGE_ SYMMERS.
Dew or tlie Alp?.-This cordial has
only to be tasted to bo appreciated.
O i* d e i* s to Helli
<OI\ BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO.
Ow 10 boxes Extra Fine Tobacco.
60 boxes Low Priced Segara.
15 " Smoking Tobacco.
5 bales Cotton Yarns.
_Oct30 ALFRED TOLLESON.
Wolfe's Seii i i it ?i m Schnapp* have a
dopot in all tho largo cities in tho Union.
Bagging and Rope.
JUST received, and for sale low, 2,000
yards extra two pound BAGGING and
2,000 lbs. No. 1 ROPE.
Also, ?no HAMS and BACON STRIPS
A few doors above i'Itonix oftico.
Change of Schedule on the Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad.
BREAKFAST HOUSE AT ALSTON.
Train ari ives at 7.15 a. m., and by
order of Genoral Superintendent, ampio
time allowed for BREAKFAST.
MRS. M. A. ELKIN A SON.
Pointed Cotton Ties,
rnrtv TvrrT_/}v'H ?MYEBS?L TIE.
X It is tho most simple,
The most economical, and
Tho host TIE in use.
For sale by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Fresh Mountain Butter.
-I rv KITS Choice North Carolina BUT
?AJ TER, just received and for sale low,
by the kit or at retail.
Oot 24 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
HAMS! HAMS ! !
1 CHOICE BALTIMORE HAMS,
I VJ VJ just received, and fer sale, by
Oot 20 ?S#*m J. ? T. h. AGNEW
C. F, JACKSON
HAS been ailing good LONG CLOTHS
?nd CALl'J >ES, for* the past month, at
12J cents per yard. A new supply just In.
Another invoice of BROWN GOODS,
Oanaburgs, Joana, Shirting Stripes, at
A superb quality of LONG CLOTH at
25 cents. Nov 1
T il.25. Juat received, at
" Nov 1_C. F. JACKSON'S.
ESTRAY MILCH COW.
A large Brown and Whito
i MULEY COW; car marka not
^recollected; baa longer bair than
.usual; quito long elim tail; holde
head low. She is probably in tho vicinity
of the city, and was lately found near the
Race Track. A liberal reward will be paid
for her discovery. Applv to B. H. Knight,
or C. BOU KNIGHT.
Oct .10 _ tc
"Wolfe's S< uh limn si ii ii ii pp-, have
been before the American public for the
last eighteen yeara.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
GREENVILLE GAS WORKS.
IF not SOLD or LEASED bv the first
?Munday in December, will be .-old at
auction. Eur further particulars, apply to
THOMAS STEEN, *
President Greenville Can-Light Co.,
Oct ?0 +12 Greenville, s. c.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps are good
Of\f\ PRIME CODFISH.
?\J\J Bbb. Whito HUSH POTATOES.
Bbls. Northern While Beans.
*' Fulton Market Spiced Deel.
" Breakfast Bacon.
Cheeao. Butter, Ac.
Just received and for sale bv
Cet 25 C. II. BALDWIN A CO.
nf\r\ h ES H ELK PRIME WHITE
0\J\J COHN. For sale bv
Oct 27_E. AG. D. HOPE.
Wolf?.'* Schletta m Schnapps are a
preventive for chilla and fever.
T II E UNDERSIGNED,
having benn for some time
associated with tho late Dr.
D. P. Gregg in DENTAL
SURGERY, purposes continuing the busi?
ness in thc Office recently occupied hy thc
Tho patronage of my old friends, and
the public generally, is respectfully solicit?
ed, oilice over T. W. Radclittb's Jewelry
Store, Main street. D. L. BOOZER. *
1 On-Tl BOUNDS CHOICE BACON
JLv^V^/V-/ Breast Ticces. For sale by
Oct 27 E. .V G. D. HOPE.
"Wolfe'? Schiedam Schunpp? corrects
tho change of water._
STRAYED or Stolen, from the
subscriber, a BLACK HORSE
?MULE, four years old last spring,
-a white stripe on the back, caused
by thc Buggy Saddle; ragged Mane and
full bushy Tail. If stolen, has probably
been trimmed by the thief. Has never
been shod. Answers to tho namo of Jack.
Oct itt) l> JAMES PECKHAM.
To All Who Cae Liquor,-Wolfe's
Schiedam Schnapps is manufactured in
Holland hy a procesa only known to the
proprietor," and is warranted tho purest
Liquor ever manufactured._
.100 lbs. SMOKED HALIBUT.
Bbla. No. 1 Mackerel.
" No. 8 "
Bbls. Bluo Fish.I
400 lbs. splendid Codfish.
Oct 25 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Wolfe*? Schlcdum Schwupp? ia tho
purest liquor manufactured in tho world.
rrf\ DOZ. FRESH EGGS. At
OU Oct 25 J. C. SEEGERS A CO.'8.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapp? aro good
for all urinary complaints._
SELF-RAISING-C lb. papers.
Oct 25 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
FOR TWO HUNDRED CORDS of LONG
LEAF PINE WOOD, to bo delivered
and corded in the Water Works Lot. All
bids to be approved by tho City Cl rk, sub?
ject to the approval or Council.
J Oct_17_J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
1^1 REENVIELE AND COLUMBIA RAIL
IT ROAD BONDS, ("guarantee,) wanted
bV TH OS. E. GREGG A CO.
For sale, FIRST MORTGAGE NORTH?
EASTERN RAILROAD BONDS. Oct 13
100 Sacks Family Flour,
"I f\f\ SACKS SALT,
JLvJvJ 5 tiorcea new Sugar-Cured Hams,
5 hilda. Bacon wines,
200 bushels old Whito Corm by
Oct 12_E. A G. D. HOPE.
Fenders, And-irons, &c.
Common and Fancy Fire Dogs,
Shovels and Tongs,
Chimney Hooks, &o.
Just received and for sale at low figures,
by _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
WE WANT about 8,000 bushels of good
clean Barley, for brewing Lager
Beer. The cash will bo paid on dolivory,
nt market rates. T. C. SEEGERS A CO.
ST. MAUB.-We accidentally omit?
ted to notice the last entertainment
of this ventriloquist-necromancer,
Wednesday night. Although, owing
to tho unfavorable weather, he was
not received with crowded houses,
yet . those present expressed them?
selves highly pleased. He leaves for
Augusta and other Southern cities
AK OLD STAGES.-We have been
favored by A S. Wallace, Esq., with
the use of a copy of the "Ulster
County Gazette," for Saturday, Janu?
ary 4, 1800-published by Samuel
Frier & Son, at Kingston, New York,
This paper contains the full account
of the death and burial of Washing?
ton; also, the proceedings in Con?
gress with reference tc the in at ter.
There are also several advertisements
of sales of negroes. We shall make
some extracts from the Gazette, in our
BAILEY'S VARIETIES.-The change
to a more commodious hall had the
effect of drawing a much larger au?
dience-including a number of Indies
-to witness the performance of the
Bailey's. Janney's Hall was filled
last night; and ns there are to bo
three pieces to-night-two comedies
and a farce-not to mentiou singing
and dancing, ad libitum-it is but
fair to prophecy thc Fame; therefore,
all ye who have greenbacks to spare,
call ou tho treasurer early, buy your
tickets and secure good seats.
BASE BALL RUN MAU.-We noticed,
somo days ago, the formation of a
very juvenile base ball club in this
city. As in Columbia, so in the
great city of New York. Thc Times
'.The 'national game' of base ball
seems to have crazed all tho small
boys iu the city, and they are at it,
apparently, without intermission of
time-hardly of space."
THE POET'S MEMORY-GENEROUS
OFFER.-Wo are gratified to leane
that tho well-known publishing house
of Messrs. C. B. Richardson ? Co.,
of New York, have voluntarily offer?
ed to publish a volume, embracing
the poems of Henry Timrod, for thc
solo benefit of his surviving family.
This is indeed a generous offer, and
we trust that a competent friend will
undertake the compilation of Mr.
Timrod's poems, and preface it witl
a fitting biographical sketch. His
friend and brother-poet, Paul H.
Hay ne, would confer n favor upon al!
who admired the writings of pooi
Harry Timrod. Wo hope he wil
undertake tho work.
BASE BALL.-Tho Chicora's ant
the Phil. Sheridan's played anothei
match game, yesterday afternoon,
and after a well sustained contest,
tho former wero declared the victors,
This is another proof of what energy
and perseverance will accomplish
the Chicora's having been defeatet
by their competitors on two difieren'
occasions; but, nothing daunted, ir
tho third contest, they came cul
"right side up " Tho game com
menced at 1.10, and was called bj
umpire, on eighth innings, at sun
set. Tho following is the score:
cnicoRA's. run., SUEBIDAX'S.
O. R. O. R
Carrington, c... 1 12 Boston, c.8 '
McDougal, p ...3 10 Crier, p.1 1
Boat, ss.2 ll Conray,ss.2 '
Mood, lb.2 11 Kemp, lb.3 :
Reekliug,2b_4 '.) Pondorgrast, 2b. l
Heindes, 3b... 3 ll Hogan, 3b.3
Duron, rf.1 ?? Morgan, rf.3
Goodman,cf_1 'J Dodd, cf.3
McKenzie, If....4 7 O'Brieu, If.2
21 80 21 5
IN Xl SOS.
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 Tc
Chicora.1 1 30 1 3 10 3 25 89
Phil. Si.eridan.il 0 '.?? 5 2 5 4 51
Fly Catches -Chicora 1; Phil. Sheridan 3.
Passed Balls-Carrington 10; Boston 7.
Umpire-Mr. John Davies, Ph. Sheridan'*
Scorers-Messrs. Peixotto and Groy.
1st Baseman Sheridan's disabled 5th in.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The pos
offii o open during the week from 8}
a. m. to 6 p. m. On Sundaj-s, fror
1% to 2l? p. m.
The Charleston and Western mail
are open for delivery at 2 p. m., am
closo at 9 a. m.
Northern-On?r? for delivery r.
10,li? a. m., closes at 1 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery at
p. m., closes at 8 p. m.
Bead XJdolpho Wolfo's advertise
monts in to-day's paper.
FIVE CENTS.-The price of singl
copies of the Phoenix is five cents, au
purchasers are requested to pay n
moro for them. Wo are informel
that some of the news-boys charg
ten. This is an imposition.
Tho Phoenix Weekly Letter Sheet
Price* Current and Market Report
will be issued this (Friday) afternoon.
Those desiring copies, will hand in %
their orders as early as practicable. , ^
Jon WORK.-Etery description of
book and job printing-pamphlets,
bill heads, circulars, labels, .posters,
programmes, business, wedding and
invitation cards, railroad receipts,
ohecks, drafts, &o., promptly execut?
ed at the lowest rates.
NEW AJJYERTISEXENTS.-Attoutiou ia cali?
ed to tho following advcrtiaomcute, pub
liehod this morning for ihn first tune:
Bailey's Varieties Again To-Night.
C. F. Jackson-Nothing New, ?c. \ *
Jacob Levin-Auction ?salo.
Meeting Industrial Association.
P. P. Chambers-Lost. '
Fisher A Heinitsh-Queen's Delight.
C. F. JACKSON is receiving goods regu?
larly every week. They aro weil selected
and sold at low ratos. Call and see them.
No houy o ?oils gooda cheaper than he does.
THE citizens of Bichland, friendly to the
mcetiug of tho Conservative people of
tho State, proposed to bo held in this city,
Novembor G, ?8C7, arc requested to meet
at 12$ o'clock, at Gibbes1 Hall, on MON?
DAY, tho 4th prox., for the pnrposo of
appointing dolegates to tho said meeting.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
J. T. RHETT,
S. W. MELTON,
W. A. HARRIS,
F. G. DEFONTAINE,
J. P. THOMAS.
DR. J. FISHER,
Registration-3d Precinct, Richland
District, S. C.
THIS Board will convene at the Resi
douco of tho nndorsigncd, known aa
"Magnolia," (it being tho moat central
point in thia precinct,) on TUESDAY, No?
vember 5, proximo, to fulflll Paragraph 2d,
General Orders No. 90, Headquarters
Second Military District, to wit: It shall
bo the duty of the Boards of Registration
in South Carolina, commencing fourteen
days prior to tho election herein ordered,
and giving reasonable public notico of the
time and place thereof, to revise, for a
period of five days, tho registration lists,
and upon being satisfied that any person
not entitled thereto has boon registered,
to atriko tho namoof such person from the
list; and such person abai!not bo entitled
to voto. Tho Boards of Registration shall
also, during the same period, add to such
registers the names of all perBons who at
that time possess the qualifications re?
quired by aaid Acts, who have not already
Tho hours of session will bc from 10
o'clock A. M. until 2 o'clock P. M.
C. L. ANDERSON. Chair'n Board,
3d Precinct Richland District, S. C.
REDUCTION IN RATES
BY THE GREAT
SOUTHERN FREIGHT LIM,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ON and after OCTOBER lat. 18G7, tho
RATES on FREIGHT from Now York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, to Columbia,
S. C., will bo aa follows, viz:
FIRST CLASS, per 100 lbs.$1 20
SECOND CLASS, per 100 lbs. 1 10
THIRD CLASS, per 100 lbs. 1 00
FO UR TH CLASS, per 100 lbs. 85
FIFTH CLASS, rer 100 ?os. 70
Rates always guaranteed lesa than the
publiahod rates of any other Uno. ,
Changes will bo promptly made to meet
any reduction by competing lines.
PER 100 LBS., FIRST CLASS, 11.20.
Glassware. Boots and Shoes.
Stoves, Stove Furni-Hollow Ware, loose.
turo, Ac, boxed. Kerosene Oil.
Dry Gooda. Wine, in caaka, bbla.
Drugs, in bales or or kegs,
PER 100 LBS., SECOND OLASS, $1.10.
Hardware. Doors, Sashes, Ac.
Saddlery. Furniture, knocked
Liquors, in wood, ex- down and well
cept domestic in boxed.
bbla. Hollow Ware, pack'd.
Stationery. Domestics, original
PER 100 LBS., THIRD CLASS, $1.00.
Tobacco, mauufac-Driod Fruits.
tured, in boxes orDriod Hides, in balea.
Butter. Sugar Mills.
Twine. Mill Stones, finished.
Cauned Moats, Fruit.Bolting.
boxed. Type, boxed.
Wagons in pieces. Ale, Beer and Porter,
Fish, in kegs or kita, in wood.
PER 100 LRS., FOURTH CLASS, $0.85.
Bags. Lead-Pipo, Bar and
Block Tin. Leather, iu rolls, uu
Cheese. Marblo Slabs, un
White Lead, in kegs, wrought.
Hama. Oils in hhds. or bbla.,
Soap. except Kerosene.
Potatoes. Shot, in box's or koga
Sugar, in hogsheadeWrapping Paper.
or barrels. Rico, in bbls. or casks
Sheet, Bar, Boilor.Nads, in kegs.
Ties, Ac. Crockery, in crates
Whiskey, domestic, or hogsheads.
in wood. Molasses, at owner's
Spirits Turpentine. riak of leakage.
PER 100 LBS., FIFTH CLASS, $0.70
Copper and Iron Ore.Chalk.
Beef, salted or pick'd.Fish, pioklod and dry
in barrels. salted, in barrels.
Ci rain. Bleaching Salte or
Flour, iu barrels or
BENTLEY D. HASELL,
40 and 42 Broadwav, New York.
NEW YORK, Octobor 1, 186*7.
Approved: fH. T. PEAKE, .
Gen'l Superintendent S. C. R. E-B
"Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapp* arc used
di over tho world by tho physicians in their