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Sronday Morning, December 8.1867.
Depur(men( Reporta. '
We continue this morning our ab?
str?ete of the annual reporta from the
different department? and bureaus.
The main tao ts of the Postmoster
Qeneral's report, are to be found in
tho Proiidon t'a message. The num?
ber of dead letters bas diminished
nearly a million, owing to the use of
envelopes, with a request for the re?
turn to the writers of unclaimed let?
ters, directly from the post office ad?
dressed. It is estimated that fully
50,000,000 of these envelopes were
used during the year, the department
supplying about one-third of the
number. The soles of postage stamps
and stamped envelopes amounted to
$12,980,134.32, leaving unsold in the
hands of postmasters $412,928.78.
Experiments are in progress with a
postage stamp, printed on embossed
paper, whioh seems lo afford good
security against fraud. The fibres of
the paper being broken, cancelling
marks almost penetrate, so that they
cannot easily be removed without
destroying tho stamp. The adhesive
properties aro also promoted.
The length of mail routes has been
inereased over the preceding year
22,324 miles, the annual transporta?
tion 7,144,875 miles, and cost $1,705,
812; tu which add increased cost for
railway postal clerks, route, local and
other agents, $241,171; makes an
aggregate of $1,946,973. The num?
ber of post offices established during
the year was 1,885; number discon?
tinued 6,111; decrease of offices
4,220; number of post oOoes in ope?
ration on the 30?h June, 1866, includ?
ing suspended offices in tho Sontheim
States, 29,389; total -number in ope?
ration on 3tut of Jone, 1867, 25,16?
number of offices subject to appoint?
ment by the President, 837; number
by the Postmaster-General, 24,326.
A large majority of offices discon?
tinued are in tho Southern States,
the service of which was suspended
by tho Postmaster-General in May,
1861, and were not in operation
thereafter, but not regularly discon?
tinued. These offices were reported
by the auditor to the appointment
office as having failed to make returns
for five years, and their discontinu?
ance recommended as necessary to
enable that officer to close the ac?
counts of the late postmasters.
The whole number of money ordei
post offices now in operation is 1,221,
of which 458 have been established
since tho last annual report. This
increase has occurred maiuly in thc
Western and Southern States, when
the facilities of this system, for thc
transportation of money appear, al
present, to be most needed. ' Exoest
over expenditures, $26,260.61. Thc
subject of connecting the telegraph
system of tho country with the postal
service, has attracted public atten?
tion; and it received, to some extent,
the consideration of the last Post?
master-General. It has recently
transpired, that tho telegraph system
of Great Britain, has been put ir
charge of the British post office de
partuient. It is a matter of vcr}
great importance, and its propriety
and practicability ought to b<
thoroughly investigated by Congress
The Postmaster-General then calli
attention to the gross frauds perpe
1 rated upon the department by viola
tion of the franking privilege, in al
most all parts of tho country. Th<
fae simile franks of members of Con
gress aro freely used to circulate ob
scene books, lottery circulars, &c
He recommends that the written sig
nature of the person entitled to frank
The report of the Secretary of tb
Interior gives a comprehensive sum
mary of the results which were at
tained, during the last fiscal year, ii
the branches of tho public servie
committed to the supervision of tha
department. During the last fiscu
year, 7,041,114.50 aeres of the pub
Ho lands were disposed of. Thi
quantity exceeds that disposed o
during the pro viona year by 2,411,80
seres. The last soldier of the Kev?;
lutiou, who was on the pension roll
at the date of the last annual report
has since died. By 'special Aot o
Congress, two other veterans of tho
war have been placed on the rolls, n
the rate of $500 per annum. Of th
widows of such soldiers, there are oi
the rolls 997; of these, 119 were
married prior to the let January,
1800. Of wars subsequent to the
Revolution and prior to the rebellion?
the number of pensioned widows
and orphans of soldiers was 1,310, at
the close of the lost fiscal year. Dar?
ing the year,* there were added io the
number of pensioners of all olasses
36,482; 7,982 were dropped from
varions sections, leaving on the
rolls, Jane 80, 1867, 165,474. ' The
total amount of pensions paid
was.:818,819,946. Daring the year
ending September 80, 1867, there
were admitted 954 applications for
bounty land warrants, requiring
148,960 acres of land to satisfy them.
Daring the same period, there were
16,547 applications for patents; 11,655
patents were issued; 1,224 applica?
tions were allowed, but patents have
nol been inano/l thcrccu by ?r?a?CD of
the non-payment of the final fees;
3,486 caveats were filed; 06 applica?
tions for extension were received,
and 92 extensions of patents were
granted. Tho remainder of the re?
port is devoted to the Pacific Bail
road, its earnings, ?cc.
The report of the Commissioner of
Agriculture recommends that Con?
gress adopt Borne plan for facilitating
the early construction of a ship canal,
for the transportaion of "Western pro?
ducts from the lakes to the ocean, or
for the building of a doable track
railway, open to all, forwarding on
equal terms and supported by an
equitable system of tolls. He Bays
that the unsettled condition of in?
dustry in the Southern Jtatos, re?
quires the encouraging aid and
friendly recognition of the Govern?
ment, to restore the people to a state
of prosperity and self-reliance, so
essential to the development of the
great resources of that section.. He
advocates that the cotton tax be re?
scinded, as it is disastrous and dis?
heartening in the extreme. The in?
troduction of Asiastics for cotton
production, he says, is to be depre?
cated. Snob labor is unskilled, and
far inferior to negro labor, and will
add to the complications indnced by
the jealousies and prejudices of races,
widely differing in character and
The distribution of plants from
the. experimental and propagating
gardens, from January 1 to May 1,
1867, amounted to 42,123; reaching
every State and Territory in the
country. Tho articles consisted
mainly of the smaller variety of
fruits, of which the grape has been
in large proportion. The main pur?
pose of the garden-that of testing
the respective merits of new varie
ties-is still kept strictly in view, and
all new varieties aro procured as
early as practicable, and the know
ledge gained concerning them embo
died in the department reports.
The report of the Secretary of the
Navy states that daring the year the
naval force has been almost exclusive?
ly employed on foreign stations; but
little remained for it in our own
waters. The display of a naval force
has been sufficient to suppress threat?
ened difficulties; and in every quar?
ter American interests have been
respected and American rights ob?
served during the year.
The aggregate naval force has been
reduced to 40 vessels and 482 guns.
The number of vessels in commission
has been reduced to 12, and the num?
ber in squadron service is 13 less than
at the last annual report. The total
number of vessels in use is 103, and
898 guns. The Secretary urges an
extension of the navy yards; says
they are too circumscribed, and that
tho estimates for improvements are
larger now than last year-owing to
the omission of Congress to make
any appropriation last winter. The
experiments at the Charlesto nn Navy
Yard, in the use of petroleum for
fuel under marine boilers, ehow that
convenience, health, safety and com?
fort are against its use. These are
abont all the main points of general
interest ic the report.
FRESH NORFOLK 0Y8TER8.
(?^k /Ti RECEIVED, THIS DAY, a
v&?\lJS#8mall lot of thoso Ano fresh
^Sir Norfolk OYSTERS, at tho Co?
lumbia leo House.
Doo 8_JOHN D. BATEMAN.
Columbia Base Ball Club.
THE MEMBERS will attend a regular
monthly mooting, TO-MORROW (Mon?
day) EVENING, at Palmetto Engino
House, at 7 o'clock. By order of tho
President. C. A. CARRINGTON,
Deo 8 1_ Secrotary.
Scrofula, or King's K vii, ia cured by
using Heinitah's Queen's Delight.
Beverley Haem >nd Ihnt Specett.
The Winnsboro Newe, of yester?
day,, publishes a communication,
signed by J. A. Hin nant, lo which
several certificates (sworn to before a
magistrate) are appended, in whioh
the author asserts that on the 9th day
of November last, he heard Beverly
Nash ?make tv speech at a barbecue
given by tho Union League in Fair?
field District, near Jacob Bookman's
"Nash said the negro never would
get justice at law while the jury was
composed of white men; that there
had been already 210 negroes mur?
dered in ?South Carolina, (meaning
those that bad been hung,) and Qov.
Orr dare not curry into execution the
sentence passed by thc ' court Of
Picken s District, on the six negroes
to be hung and eighteen to be sent to
the penitentiary, for killing a boy
fourteen years old. If he did, he
would not remain in office sir days
after the Convention met. He told
the negroes to wait and not contract
yet, for there was better times ahead;
and not contract at all for the third,
for it was the little end of nothing;
and if th' y would wait until the 1st
day of February next, the white men
would get down on their knees to
them; the negroes could do better
without the white man than he can
without the negroes. He farther
said that the white man had always
been in power, and would always re?
main in power ii they did not gain it
at the ballot-box. If the Republican
party failed in the coming election,
rather than see the white man remain
in power, he would shoulder his mus?
ket and see these hills bleached with
bonos and the gullies mn with blood,
rather than remain under the white
man's power; and, pointing to the
crowd around, asked 'would they fol?
low him?'and the answer was 'yes,'
As we published the first statement,
with Nash's contradiction, we deem
it an act of justice to copy the above.
M?GENTROPHEN, so often called for,
haeat last arrived, per ship Gauss,
from Bremen. Tho finest or LIQUORS,
Segare, Pan-Oake Tobacco, etc., in the
Baltimore LAGER BEER constantly on
draft. Families supplied at $1 por gallon,
by JOHN STORK,
Assembly street, near Post Office.
AMEETING of the Burns Club will be
held TO-MORROW (Monday) EVEN- |
INO. December 9, at 7 o'clock, at the Hall
of the Hook and Ladder Company. A
punctual attendance of the members ia
All persons desirous of becoming mem?
bers of the Club -will ploase band their
applications to the President Or Secretary,
as this ls the only meeting previous to th*
annual Festival in honor of Barns' birth?
day. By order of the President.
Doc 8 Secretary.
I HAVE ju t received a.
m handsome lot of OAK and
tab? COMMON CHAIRS, consist
T* ing of Office, Cano and Wood beat,
Dining-room, Bed-room, Bar-room, Bock?
ing, None and Children's Chairs, with
Cane and Counter Stools, whioh I will sell
cheap, with a handsome variety of other
Furniture. Anything in CABINET MAK?
ING LINE dono with neatness; also, RE?
PAIRING. JEROME FAGAN,
Opposito new Masonic Hall,
Deo 8_Washington street.
NOW IN USE.
JACOB LEVIN, Agent for the PAT?PS
CO GUANO COMPANY, is now pre?
pared to furnish the Planters of South
Carolina with the above named article,
from ONE BABREL to 500 TONS.
Circulars, explaining its properties, with
quantity applicable to the soil upon which
it is to be used-certificates of numerous
Planters having uaed it in the culture of
Cotton, Wheat, Byo, Corn, Tobacco, Pota?
toes, Grass, Ao_can be had at my offico,
corner of Assembly and Plain streets
North corner of new Market.
100 barrels now in store, and will be sent
to any part of the 8tate. Orders respect?
fully solicited. JACOB LEVIN,
Deo 8 fimo_Agent.
Cotton Plantation for Sale.
IAM offering my PLANTATION in Jef?
ferson County, Georgia, for sale. The
plaoe contains 1,3C9 acres, very productive,
about 600 acres cleared and 150 acres fresh
land, the balance heavily timbered and
very suitable for a saw mill. A well finish?
ed Dwelling House, with six largo rooniB.
large Gin flouso, fine new Screw and good
ont buildings, compriso tho improvements.
There is a COUNTRY STORE, now stocked
with goods, on the place and a fine stand.
From $10,000 to $15,000 worth of goods have
been sold annually, for cash, daring the
past two years.
The Plantation lies within one mile of
the Central Railroad. A new Plank Road
to the station, No. KU, and the timber
alone is worth more than I ask for the
place. I will also? sell, if desired, 2,000
bushels Corn, eight fine young Mules, Cat?
tle, Sheep, Hogs, Oat?, Fodder. Peas,
Waggons, Carts, and in fact everything on
My residence being in Hancock County,
fifty-five miles distant, whore I have large
planting and other interest, I cannot give
this place thc personal attention it re?
quires, and offor it for sale for that reason
and that alone.
The place will be shown to those wish?
ing to examine it by my son, or Capt.
MULLALEY, now on the place. For far?
ther particulars address me at Sparta,
Georgia. A. J. LANE.
Cotton Seed, Cotton Seed.
PARTIES having COTTON SEED for
sale, will find it to their interest to
apply to FISHER A LOWRANCE.
?*>?? im, ni iiiMj?i? ?x.o
It has pleased the Almighty to remove
from among US otu- beloved friend WIL?
LIAM HITCHCOCK. Let ns accept the
consolation that oar irreparable loss has
been his eternal gain, and that he has been
removed to another aphare "More nigh
Jehovah's throne." Anu>ng the many
nonie qualities poeaesaod by tho deceased,
he combined a warmth of heart and a sin?
cere devotion to truth, overpowering all
meaner or moro selfish feelings-conferring
a tone of dignity and elevation to his
character which rendered him beloved by
all; Tb? approach of death had no terror
for him. Mo cloud o Vorhang his future.
He met his' end with composure, and bia
pathway to the grave waa lightened by the
immortal hopea which spring from the
Christian faith. May he rest In peace in
his honored grave.
, Almighty God, 'tis right, 'tia just,
That mortal man should turn to dust,
But obi the sweet consoling truth,
The soul will Uve in endless ye- th.
H 0. M.
HB. S. D. B0GG3,
Op FAIRFIELD, will deliver an ORA?
TION before tho Euphradiaa Socioty,
on THURSDAY EVENING, December 13,
in the Uuiversitv Chapel. Tho oublie ar?
isvii?? ia auen?. GEO. HOWE, Jr.,
J. J. FniBHHQM, Beo'y._Deo 8 4"
1A/\A LBS. DAIRY CHEESE,
500 lbs. Goshen Butter, choice,
3,000 lbB. Carolina Rico, primo,
260 lbs. Rio Coffee, middling,
100 " " A No. 1,
160 lbs. Java Coffee, Old Government,
80 gross Matchee, Parlor,
100 ** Ale and Porter, English,
100 " " " not English,
2 quarts Salt, at 5 cents, together
with tho usual odds and onda of a first
class GROCEltXj and which cost too much
money to advertiso. Call in._
Deo ? GEO. 8YMMERS.
2 is ?o at
1 fl J ?
2 3 4 pi
? a ? o
0 li -
8 8 s
Superior Northern Cabbage,
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale, by
Dec 7 G_WM. McGUIN'NIS.
Breakfast Bacon, &c.
2BBL8. CHOICE NEW PIG BACON
Diamond Hams, Tongues,
English Dairy and Factory Cheese,
Kits new Mackerel and Shad Boes,
Bbls. extra fine Mackerel, for retailing.
Just received and for sale by
Deo 7 2_C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
Hams and Breakfast Strips,
FRESH and good, at low ratea.
Dec 7 JOHN C. BEEPERS A CO.
No. 1 Mackerel,
Dec 7 JC HN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Extra Family Soap,
T LOW BATE8.
L Dec 7 JOHN C. BEEPERS A CO.
Tobacco, Tobacco, Tobacco.
pf/A BOXES various gradea. Dealers
OU will benofit themselves by examin?
ing our stock of TOBACCO and SEO ABS.
Solace, Crnmba of Comfort, and numerous
Deo 7 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Don't forget. The only Bore cough
cure is Stanley's celebrated Cough Syrup.
Sold by Fisher and Heinitsh._
FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR.
A AA BAGS Snpor. and Extra Country
25 bbls. Virginia Family Flour.
For sale very low for cash.
Deo 7_E. A G. D. HOPE.
Breakfast Bacon and Hams.
2 (JQQ Kxtra Broakfa?t BA
1,000 lha. New Sugar-Cured Hams.
For sale at reduced ratea.
Dec 7_E. A G. D. HOPE.
Seed Wheat and Oats.
T?f\ BUSHELS Maryland Seed WHEAT,
ItJ \J 200 bushels primo OATS.
For sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Tobacco, Tobacco, Tobacco.
ET/"* BOXES Choice, Medium and low
OVJ priced TOBACCO,
500 lbs. of the choicest brands Smoking
Tobacoo, for aale by
Doo7_E. A G. D. HOPE.
DINNER HOUSE AT ALSTON.
PASSENGERS on the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, can got DINNER
at Alston, at 3 o'clock; ample time being
Passengers for Spartanburg and Union
Railroad can got BREAKFAST on the
arrival of tho Columbia train.
Dec 6_MARY A. ELKIN A BON.
EXTRA Large Seamleas Sacks of choice
Liverpool SALT, at $2.75 per sack.
For salo at retail, only, to consumers.
Nov 7_J. A T. B. AGNEW.
OA A BUSHEL8 PRIME OATS for sale
^UU low. FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Messrs. Duffie & Ohapman have
placed before us the January number
of Peterson's Magazine. It is an ex?
Mr. Bateman, at the ice house, ad?
vertises prime Norfolk oysters-to
the foot that they are good, we can
folly testify, as we sampled them last
night. 8end for a mess, and give
them a trial.
GUANO.-The, attention of planters
is called to the advertisement of this
valuable fertilizer, of which Messrs.
Willis & Chisolm are the agents.
ThA certificates published are of the
very best character, and prove satis?
factorily that by the use of the "Ro
dunda," the.crops will be materially
DIRECT IMPORTATION.-Mr. John
Stork will accept our thauks for a
bottle of the celebrated German pr??
paration, "Mngenbitter-Liquer," a
small supply of which he has just
received, together with other genuine
articles in his line, direct from Bre?
men. Mr. Stork's present place of
business is on Assembly street, direct?
ly in rear of his old stand.
JOB WORK.-Every description of
book and job printing-pamphlets,
bill heads, circulars, labels, posters,
programmes, business, wedding and
invitation cards, railroad receipts,
checks, drafts, kc, promptly execut?
ed at the lowest rates.
Wo have been requested to state
that the Independent Fire Company,
in conj unction with the Masonic fra?
ternity of Columbia, propose giving's
fair on the 17th, 18th and 19th De?
cember-to wind up with a ball on
the 20th-for the purpose of raising
funds to assist iu liquidating the debt
contracted in the erection of their
new hall and apparatus house. La?
dies disposed to assist in the matter
are requested to meet at Mr. McKen?
zie's store, on Monday morning, 9th
instant, at ll o'olock.
FIRS-DESTRUCTION OP GIBBES'
HALI..-This building, the very firsl
one erected in Columbia, after thc
destraction of the city, was entirely
consumed last night. About half
post 9 o'clock, smoke was observ?e
issuing from the second story win
dowB, and in a few minutes, the en
tire edifice was in flames. The lowei
story was used as a store, and con
taiued a quantity of bacon, liquon
and other inflammable material. Th?
upper story was a hall, and had beei
oocupied by the courts, as well as foi
exhibitions, ever since its erection
The building and stock of good
were valued at fully $9,000-insurec
for about one-half. The firemen wen
promptly on the spot, and worket
faithfully. The cause of the fire i
unknown, os it is said there had beei
no fire about the premises in tw<
days. A file of soldiers from tb
garrison assisted materially in re
moving nrticles from the burrunj
CHARLESTON, December 5, 1867.
To the Editors of the Charleston Mer
GENTLEMEN: The extract of yours
copied from the Columbia Phoenix
of the 4th instant, in reference i
Frank's Burlesque Opera Troupe am
onrselves, we pronounce false am
malicious. H. C. MOSELY,
CHARLESTON, December 5, 1867.
As one of the proprietors of Frank'
Burlesque Opera Troupe, I full,
concur injtbe above ;l Messrs. J. Rou
millat and H. C. Mosely being als
E. H. RODGERS, JB.
The above we copy, by request
from the Mercury. The publicatio:
in the Phonix was merely a tele
graphic despatch from Messrs. Ring
man and Morris to Chief of Polic
Radcliffe, of Columbia.
UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT
FOURTH CIRCUIT.-Hon. George ?
Bryan, D. J., presiding.-Deccn
In Re Daniel Williams.-Petitio
for involuntary bankruptcy. D. Wi
Hams deolaied u bankrupt. On mc
tion of W. R. Watson, attorney fe
creditors, ordered, that the time give
to the Marshal for seizure of propert
of bankrupt, he extended to 16th c
In Re R. S. Moore.-Petition U
involuntary bankruptcy. G. W. Wi
Hams, Pro. Pet.
In Re T. S. Moore k Jos. Mason. -
Id. Id. The petitions wero read, an
on motion of G. W. Wilhams, Judg
signed orders of reference to W. J
dawson, Register of 4th Cougrei
FINK BEEF.---We are informed that
to-morrow morning, there will be at
.talla Nos. 4 and 12, a splendid beef,
butchered in the Oosha style.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAT.
Trinity Church-Rev. P. J. Shand,
Rector, 10>? a, m. and 3 p. m.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E.
Boggs, 10>? a. m. and 7 p. m. i
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J.
O'Connell, 10 a. m. and 3 p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev.
T. G. Herbert, 10>? a. m. Rev. E.
G. Gage, 3>? p. m.
Aranon Street Church-Rev. E. O.
Gage, 10}4 a, .m. Rev. T. G. Her?
bert, 3?? p. m.
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A.
R. Rude, IO,1 .j a. m.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Rey?
nolds, 10?? a. m. and p. m.
Christ Church Congregation-Theo?
logical Seminary Chapel-Rev. J. M.
XrZlSgiS, a. m.
African M. E. Church-Rev. Ed?
ward Arthur, 10 a. m. ; Rev. A. Rich?
ardson, 3 p. m. ; Rev. Henry Ridden,
7 p. m.
Calvary Baptist Church-Rev.
Samuel Johnson, 10|.< a. m. ; 3 p. m.,
and 7 p. m.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The post
office open during tho week from 8)2
a. m. to 6 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 at 9 a. m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
10W? a. m., closes at 1 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery at 3
p. m., closes at 8 p. m.
FrvK CENTS.-The price of single
copies of tho Phoenix is five cents, and
purchasers are requested to pay no
more for them. We are informed
that some of the news-boys charge
ten. This is an imposition.
Nsw ADVERTISEMENTS.-Attention is call?
ed to the following advertisements, pub?
lished thin morning for the first time:
Mooting Columbia Base Bah Club.
C. F. Jackson-Dross Goods.
Jacob Levin-PatapBco Guano.
A. J. Lane-Cotton Plantation For Sale.
H. E. Scott-Assignee's Sale.
John Stork-Direct Importation.
Jacob Levin-Auction Sale.
Mr. S. D. Boggs-Oration.
George Symmers-Fresh Arrivals.
Meeting Burns Club.
J. D. Bateman-Norfolk Oysters.
Willis A Chisolm-Bodunda Guano.
TO WHOM IT HAT CONCERN.
ALL PERSONS indebted to tho late firm
of G. M. THOMPSON A CO., are hereby
notified to call on the subscriber and settle
thoir accounts. Those failing to take ad?
vantage of this notice, may expect to incur
costs. J. MEIGHAN.
Nov 21 _Imo*
100 Beams Wrapping Paper,
VERY STRONG, at low rates.
Dec 7 JOHN C. 8EEOER8 A CO.
PLANTATION FOR BENT.
ADESIRABLE PLACE, juat three miles
from Columbia. On it, there are 800
acres of Bottom Land and 150 of Upland,
suitable for cultivation. Of the Cotton
land, there aro 109 acres now in its virgin
state, which will produce, without manure,
fifty bushels of corn por acre. A part of
this land yielded thia year over two tons of
grass per acre. These lands are as free
from freshets as any lands on the river.
The fences-are in good condition, and
there are honees snitablo for twenty hands.
For fur tin r particulars apply to
Doo 4 6 _B. W. TAYLOR.
To Publishers and Journalists.
ALARGE amount of TYPE and JOB
MATERIAL for sale, in lots to snit .
purchasers. Terms 1 easoaable and cash. ^
Also, a fine HAND PRESS, prico $250; an
Adams Power Press, price $1,500; and a
Card Press, prico $100. Apply to
F. G. DEFONTAINE,
LIVERPOOL SALT, at $2.50 per sack.
Deo 7 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
WOOD WARE, WOOD WARE.
Mats, Twine, Wrapping Paper, Matches,
Ac., cheap, for cash, by . ..
Pool FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Krr\r\ BU8HEL8 COW PEAS.
DvJvJ FISHER A LOWRANCE.
CLEAR SIDES. Clear Bibbed Sides,
Back-Bono Sides. Shoulders, for salo
low, by_FISHER A LOWRANCE.
OATS, FLOUR, for salo low for cash, by
Deo 1 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Drags ?nd Medicines, wholesale and
retail, aa cheap as any city in the world, at
Fisher A Heirntsh's new store._
Pig Hams and Shoulders.
CHOICE New York PIG HAM8 and PIG
SH0ULDER8, just receivod by last
steamer, and for salo by ' ?,"..,
Nov 10_J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Copeland & Bearden
-AVE ON HAND
_ 200 bushels 8EED WHEAT,
50 bags Extra Family FLOUR,
1,000 lbs. New Bacon HAMS,
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders,
Sugar, Coffco and Molasses,
20 bbls. Goldon r nd Bee-hivo Syrups,
Bagging and Bale Rcpo,
200 sacks Liverpool Salt,
10 balos Yarn._Nov 16
ADESIRABLE building LOT, on North
oast corner of Sumter and Taylor
Btroots. If not disposed of at private sale,
will bo sold by public auction, first MON?
DAY in December next. Apply to
F. w. MCMASTER,
Nov 13 No. 5 Law Rango.