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COLUMBIA, S. C?
Frilay Mcrniner. January 29. 1869.
Til? Legislature Again.
Aa a specimen of the manner in which
the House of Representatives is progressing
with its business at this advanced stage of
the session, it may be mentioned that, on
Wednesday, the Senate bill to alter and
amend the criminal law, af 1er having boon
discussed for four days in Committee of
the Whole, whioh reported by a decided
majority in favor of the bill as it came from
the Senate, was put upon its second read?
ing. The first section of the bill, abolishing
capital punishment, except in case of wilful
murder, whioh was its destructive feature,
passed to a third reading, by a vote of 58 to
36. Then commenced the fi??ibustering ot
its opponents. DeLarge moved to recom?
mit tho remaining sections of the bill to the
Committee on the Judiciary. Purvis moved
to lay this motion on the table, on which
the yeas and nays were called. When De
Large's name was called, he asked leavo to
explain his vote, and on this question de?
manded the yeas and nays. Whilo tho yeas
and nays on this qnestion were being
called, Bishop asked to bo excused from
voting, and on this question Hydo called
the yeas and nays; pending which, Jenks
asked leave to introduce a resolution, which
the Chair ruled out of order. Dennis
moved to suspend the rules, and on this
called the yeas and nays. Bishop moved
to adjourn, and oalled the yeas and nays;
and when his name was called, he asked to
bo excused from voting, and on this De
Large called tho yeas and nays. While thc
yeas and nays were being called on this mo?
tion, DeMars asked to be excused from
voting, and called tho yeas and nays.
Pending this vote, DeLarge moved to ad?
journ, and called tho yeas and nays. During
this call, W. H. Jones asked to be excused
from voting; and the yeas and nays were
again called, and rest.lied-yeas 13, nays
24, absent or not voting 53. Thc call of tho
yeas and nays on tho matter to adjourn was
then proceeded with, and resulted-yeas
43, nays '21, absent or not voting 53, and
the House, ut 3.10 p. m., adjourned. De
Large is tho Chairman of the Committee of
Ways and Means, and by -courtesy and
custom, considered the leader of tho House.
MR. EDITOR: Noticing a few days since,
Mr. Volger's card, calling tho uttcution of
tho public to the exorbitant charges made
by tho South Carolina Railroad Company,
and learning that the card had attracted
considerable attention in New York and
elsewhere, wo beg to submit a caso in point,
(not an exception,) and one which affects
necessaries of life; also shows at whut tre?
mendous disadvantages the merchants of
Columbia have to contend with, even to
maintain their existence; but to tho point.
Five packages (tierces) of merchandize,
bought iu New York, cost two dollars by
regular freight to hind ou the wharf at
Charleston. Now, we have paid S22.24, as
per bills received, for carriage, from the
wharf in Charleston to the depot in Colum?
bia; included in this charge is $3.03
in Charleston; twenty-live cents on each
package for wharfage, (what other sen-port
can boast of the like,) and drayage, 82.25;
actually costing more to get tho goods
through tlie city, than from New York ta
Mr. Editor, why cannot the merchants ol
Columbia and the up country riso and fol?
low tho example nf the Macon, Georgia,
merchants, who, a few weeks since, found
themselves suddenly thrown into tho power
of a merciless monopoly. They arranged
nt once for a competing route. Why can?
not we make au outlet, connecting with the
Wilmington and Manchester Railroad al
some suitable and near point? Wilmington
will assist, und the thiug is feasible. Also,
let na appeal to the Legislature, who uro of
tho people, to befriend the people, and de?
liver us from tho odious discrimination iu
favor of other points, outside of our State,
who seek our legitimate trade. More anon.
A IJoi.D ATTEMPT TO Ron THU PARK
HANK. -Oil Saturday morning, about U.3C
o'clock, n shabbily dressed mun quietly
walked into tho National Park Bank, and
passiug buck tu the money c?e. k's desk, witl
au octagonal plate of iron Pt lock the !arg(
plate of glass iii front of the counter, HUI
shattered it. and thon passed his batu
through and stole a package of notes con
tanning 83,030. He at once dropped hi
disc, of iron and made for the Ann stree
entrance. Ho was pursued by Edwin L
Bonny, tho check clerk, through Ann, Nus
sau, Dutch, (where the thief dropped a pack
age of money,) John, and Cold streets ti
Maiden Lane, w hero ho stood leaning nguiu*
the pillar of a store, endeavoring to loo!
unconcerned and not "blown" by his mu
The clerk, however, says ho had not los
sight of the man from the time he seized tb
notes in the bank until his arrest, which h
caused Officer Eoehler, of tho Second Pre
ciuct, lo effoct. The prisoner was take:
hofon Justice Dowling, at thu Tombs
where, in his examination, he said his nam
was Franois E. Pint?n; that ho was twenty
two years of f.gel, was a native of Cunadii
and II oarmitu by occupation. Hu was e?oni
?.lilted without '.ni! -Ar?!w rorie Damoora
FOBT?'-FIBST DA?'s PROCEEDINGS.
WBDNDSDAY, .TUDUarv 27.-The Senate
assembled at 12 m., ana was called to order
by the President pro tem.
The petition of sundry citizens of George?
town, praying for a charter for the Heaton
Fire Engine Company, was presented and
Tho Committee on Roads, Bridges and
Ferries, to whom was referred a bill to ex?
tend the timo in which thc Camden Bridge
Company may rebuild their bridge, report?
ed back tho same, with a recommendation
the bill do pass. Ordered for consideration
The Committee on Claims, to whom was
referred tho report (favorable) of tho Com?
mittee on C!?.ims, in thc House of Repre?
sentatives, on tho account of Thomas W.
Radcliffe, for four gold medals furuiskotl
for the South Carolina College, reported
baok tho sume, with a recommendation that
tho Senate do concur in the report. Fur?
ther consideration postponed to tho next
regular session of the General Assembly.
The Special Committeo on Removal of
Political Disabilities, to whom was referred
tho petition of B. F. Morgan, of Pickons
County, praying to bo relieved of his politi?
cal disabilities, reported favorably.
The Committee on Enrolled Acts reported
as duly and correct!}' enrolled, sealed, and
ready for ratification, an Act to amend "An
Act to pr?vido for the temporary organiza?
tion of the Educational Department of the
Bills to provide for the revision and con?
solidation of the statutes of laws of the
State of South Carolina; to chnrtor Cherry's
Ferry, over the Senaca River; to amend an
Act entitled "An Act to determine and per?
petuate the homestead;" to renew tho char?
ter of the town of Walhalla, in the County
of Oconco, nnd to iueorporato tho Aiken
Sanitary Association, were introduced.
A bill to regulato nnd provide for the poy
of Commissioners and Managers of Elec?
tions received its third rending, and was
ordered to tho House.
The Senate took up for ti third reading a
joint r?solution authorizing the Governor
to employ au armed force for the preserva?
tion of the peace; winch received its third
reading, passed, und was ordered to be re?
turned to the House of Representatives.
The Senate took up for consideration the
report of the Committeo on the Judiciary
on a bill to aid the e.instruction of the Port
Royal Railroad; and the further considera?
tion postponed, and made the special order
for February 8, ut 1 p. m.
The majority and minority reports ol' the
Committee on tho Judiciary on a bill to
amend au Act entitled "An Act to define
tho duties and jurisdiction of County Com?
missioners," was taken up and discussed
until 3.1U o'clock, when Senate adjourned.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tho Houso met at 12 m. The Speakei
took tho Chair.
The Senate sont to the House sundry pa
pcrs; which were referred to appropriate
A resolution that bills or elaims again?
the State having its origin nuder tho provi
sioual government be, and the same an
hereby, deferred for further eousideratioi
until tho next regular session of the Gene
ral Assembly, was referred to the Commit
tee on Claims.
A communication was received from tin
Secretary of State, informing tho Housi
that there aro thirty-three County oflice:
vacant on account of the death, resiguatioi
and failure to qualify of persons elected ti
County offices on the 2d and 3d day
of June, 18GS. Also tho names and oflice
of the different persons who have failed t<
qualify, and the Counties in which thc va
cant offices are; which was referred to th<
Committee ou Vacant Offices, with inst nie
tions to carry ont the provisions of a reso
lotion previously referred to the Committe
on Privileges and Elections.
Tho Committee on Incorporations report
ed fuvorbly ou a bill to incorporate th
Aiken Sanitary Association. The bill wa
ordered to lie over for a seconel reailiug.
The Committeo on Railroads reported o
a bill to amend au Act entitled "An Act ti
re-enact certain Acts lending the uamo au
credit of tho State to tho Greenville an
Columbia Railroud Company, and to val
dato tbs action of said company thereuE
der," anti recommended that tho bill d
puss with an amendment. Ordered to li
over for a second reading.
The Committee on Engrossed Acts rt
ported as duly and correctly engrossed fe
a thirel rending a bill to regulate til
agencies of insurance companies not iueoi
porated in the State. Ortlered to lio ove
for a third reading.
Tho account of Edwin Parker, M. I)., <
Abbeville County, for attending prisonei
in jail, was referred.
A bill to amend an Act entitled "An Ae
to organizo tho Circuit Courts," was rea
A bill to provide tho maimer of recove
ing taxes illegally assessed or collected, wt
read and referred.
The memorial of citizens of Columbi)
setting forth reasons why tho Medical D
partmeut of the State University shou!
not bo discontinued, was referred to tl
Committeo on Education.
The account of Joseph Walker, i
Charleston, for stationery furnished Gei
W. E. Martin, late Clerk of tho Senate, fi
uso o; tho Senate, was referred.
Tho petition of tho County Oommisaio
ors, of Chester County, for approval of t.
levied, was referred.
The Committee on the Judiciary were r
qested to report ou tho bill to regulato tl
salo ol' land at public sales at ibu carlie
Tho account of R. Collins, Sheriff
Marion County, for board of persons sui
mooed to guard tho jail, waa referred.
Tho petition of sundry citizens of tl
Counties of Ocoueo and Pickcus, asking i
appropriation ta purchase the old Court
House of what waa formerly known as
Picken? District, for a high Behool for all
classes, was referred.
A bill to renew the charter of the town of
Walhalla, in tho County of Oconeo, was
read and referred.
The petition of John Bankson Davis, of
Spartanburg, County, praying the removal
of his political disabilities, was referred.
A joint resolution to authorize the Go?
vernor of the State to fill the vacancies now
oxisting in tho State Board of Equalization,
was read and referred.
Tho account of tho Charleston Daily
News, for advertising the election notice for
Beaufort County, was ordered to bo paid.
Tho account of B. Collins, Sheriff of
Marion County, for tho burial of prisoners,
in tho month of April, 1808, was referred.
A bill to establish a company under tho
name of tho Mount Pleasaut and Sullivan's
Island Ferry Company, aud to extend tho
aid of the State to tho same, was read and
Bills to incorporate tho Vaucluse Manu?
facturing Company, in tho State of South
Carolina, and to amend au Act entitled "An
Act to lease tho State Road running from
tho County of Greenville, in this State,
across the Saluda Mountain, to tho County
of Henderson, in North Carolina," were
read the third time, passed, and ordered to
be sent to the Senate.
The following members obtained leave of
absence-A. Smith and Grant.
Bills to prescribe certaiu rules to be ob?
served iu the government of ferries and
bridges privileged to charge a toll; to incor?
porate tho Lake Swamp Navigation Com?
pany, of Morry County, and to enforce the
provisions of the civil rights bill, were
taken up, discussed aud amended.
After considerable sparring aud numer?
ous calls for the yeas und nays, the House
adjourned nt 3.10 p. m.
A Ku Klux Blahon.
In some parts of Georgia, the negroes
have beeu much exercised lately on thc
subject of the Ku Klux. They fancy that
every foreal ami swamp swarms with them,
but they believe that grape-yards are the
special abode of the Klan. The conse?
quence is, that much as the poor supersti?
tious new voters have always dreaded to
pass by a grave-yard, they will now never
no within a mile ol one for fear of the Ku
Bishop Beckwith, of thu Episcopal
Church, tho new Diocesan of Georgia, some
months ago made an Episcopal visitation to
a remote portion of his diocese. There
were not many Episcopalians in that region
of Georgia, but few of tho whites had ever
seen a successor of the Apostles, and the
negroes did not know what sort >f a crea?
ture .; Bishop wa:.-.
lt soon became noised about thal ona
certain evening the Bishop would arrive
and hold services in a chnroh of a certaiu
village of the above district, and the whole
neighborhood was filled with curosity to go
and seo the queer animal that read prayers
out of a book, and to listen to what he had
to preach about.
Of all the population, the negroes were
more excited than any others, aud they de?
termined to attend the church en masse,
thinking that however dangerous might be
a grave-yard generally, there would bo no
peril from Ku Klux, where so large a con?
gregation would ba assembled.
Tho house of worship was situated in the
outskirts of the littlo village, but it was not
an Episcopal Church; consequently, it had
no vestry-room in which the Bishop could
put on his vestments. This difficulty was,
however, remedied by some one's suggest?
ing that tho Bishop should robo himself
bchiud the church, and come round and
enter at tho front door.
So ho sentfriend with his surplice, who
placed it behind a tombstone, where it would
be at hand when he should require it.
Loug before tho time designated for the
opeuiug services, tho littlo church had
become filled with the whites of the vicinity,
and the negroes, finding that there was no
room for them inside, stood packed before
The Bishop at the appointed time entered
tho graveyard by the back gate, went np to
the tombstone and donned his Episcopal
vestures. Tho wind was blowing rather
fresh, and just aa ho turned tho corner of
I the church a Haw spread out his whito robes.
Homo negroes spied bini, and bawled out
Ku Klux! Ku Klux!! They all looked round
and beheld the flaunting whito garments ap?
proaching, when tho whole crowd took to
their heels, shrieking Ku Klux! In ten
seconds not a singlo darkey could be seen,
but the sound of their footsteps in thc dis
j tance fell upon the ear, aud for half an hour
af tor wards could bo heard the terrible words,
Ku Klux! Ku Klux!! far oft' in tho country
I as tho affrighted crowd were making for
! their homes.
"NIGGER ON THU FKXCK. "-A negro was
recently fouud dead on ono side of a fence,
with a stolen carcass of a hog on the other
side, hung by tho gambrel stick across tho
negro's neck, which was broken. It ia sup?
posed the darkey got huug in climbing tho
fence, with the hog slung to him in this
fashion. As tho affair, thu account of which
is given by a Cincinnati paper, appears to
have occurred in Ohio, it is impossible that
this was a Ku Klux trick, as it would havo
been if it hud happened further South.
TAX GATHKBRUS. -The Cleveland Plain
dealer, a very plain-spoken Western paper,
refers to tax gatherers in tho following un?
complimentary manner: "That they aro
not, as a rule, honest; that they take illegal
iocs where thoy do not openly steal; that, ns
a rule, they all swell their income in mak?
ing an unlawful profit by irregular means;
Yhat, as a rule, they urn all moro or less cor?
rupt, is not denied." It is unnecessary to
add, that the editor of the Plaindealer ia not
a candidato for public office.
Chief Constable Hubbard.
MB. EDITOR: AS au act of justice to an
individual, who is maliciously charged with
usinr" expressions which he never uttered, I
request that you publish the following cor?
respondence. I wish it distinctly under?
stood that I did not make use of tho expres?
sions charged upon ino by tho State Cou
JOHN P. ELK IN.
OFFICE OE CHIEF CONSTABLE,
CoiiUHBIA, January 20, I860.
John Elkins, Esq., Columbia, S. C.-SIR:
YOU will find enclosed a picture of tue, for
which you remarked, in few days since, you
knew a party that would pay $100 for. This
is a chanco for you to "make a raise." i
send it gratuitously. A \ now, sir, you
have nil privileges granit * you imaginable,
to send this to any one you feel disposed,
without distinction. But remember, should
I bo molested on any of my trips UP the
country-if even a bair ?>f my bend is
harmed-I will assure you, that you will be
held responsible for it.' If I %'go ns Ran
dolph did," as you remarked, you will share
tho samo fate that the assassins will. My ad?
vice to you is to bridle your tongue, lest it
destroys vour miserable carcass. Respect?
fully, JOHN li. HUBBARD,
ALSTON, S. C., January 27, 18GD.
Afr. John Ii. Hubbard-Stn: I do not
kuow you. I do not know that I have ever
spoken of you. I have received from you
your likeness. I suppose you regard your
likeness, alone, sufficient to strike terror. 1
assure you, I neither fear you nor your pic?
ture. I am certain there is no mau in this
community who would give live cents for
your picture; I, therefore, think that your
picture, would be a bad investment on which
to "make a raise."
Should yon "meet the fate of Randolph."
I assure you, that neither I nor any of my
c.innoxious will bc your assassin ; and, ns for
your threat, I treat that with the same COM*
tempt which I feel for its author.
As to my "miserable carcass," I hope it
will be in existence when your "miserable
carcass" shall hive been devoured by
worms. JOHN P. ELK IN. *
ol" public gambling-houses wer?* closed
in this city during the last year,
through the workings of thc Association
for tho Prevention of Gambling-at least,
so it is claimed in the annual report. There
aro 000 members o? tho association, and its
receipts for the year were 821,000. It is
estimated that '$30,000,000 are annually
spent in the public gambling-houses of this
city--most ol it by men in mercantile pur?
suits, and the country merchauts visiting
the city. The association has never avowed
its ability to put an entire stop to gambling;
but it attempts, in divers ways, to decrease
the number of visitors to gambling-houses,
to withdraw their sources of revenue, and
deplete their incomes, so that they may
eventually cease to exist. Tho report de?
scribes the modus operandi of the gambliug
house drummer, roper-in or steerer, with
his gorgeous appearance, fascinating man?
ners, and costly style.-New York Times.
A BALLOON VOYAGE TO EEROEK.-Tho
notion of an ?erial voyage to Europe has
been revived by M. Chevalier, a celebrated
French noronant, who has just arrived in
New York. Ile proposes starting from New
York next April or May. M. Chevalier, we
aro told, once made the journey from Paris
to the Russian frontier, a distance of over
701) miles, in less than fivo hours. Upon
another occasion he crossed St. George's
Channel from Dnbliu, and has accomplished,
without injury, several ascensions in France
and Englaud. The air ship in which thc
experiment is to be attempted is called
L'Esperauc.e. Its height is 95 feet, its di?
ameter 150 feet, and it requires 120,001
cubic feet of gas to inflate it. Attached to
the ship is an enclosed car capable of carry?
ing about fifty persons, with provisions foi
a ten days' voyage. M. Chevalier contem?
plates extending invitations to several mern
hers of the press to accompany him.
HOTEL Bf RX ED. -We aro informed that
tho hotel at Lawrenceville, Brunswick
County, was destroyed by lire on the Killi
instant. It was unoccupied nt tho time
and the fno was doubtless tho work of ai
incendiary. A former proprietress, fron
whom the. property had been sold for debt,
wits arrested upon suspicion, but has since
been released, no evidence against her hav
ing been found.-Petersburg Times.
Annie Kane, a negro woman, while drink
ing in a saloon in Memphis, Tennessee
Friday afternoon, was shot through tin
head und iustantly killed by tho accidenta
discharge of a pistol lying on a shelf, whiel
was cocked. It is supposed that the ja
caused by replacing bottles caused it to b
Half of the business portion of tho towi
of Troy, Brudford County, Pennsylvania
was destroyed by lire yesterday morning
Fifteen houses were destroyed, including
the Troy Hotel, Pomeroy's Bank and th
Troy Gazette oflice. Tho loss is estimate
The petition to tho Senate to confirm ni
moro of President Johnson's nomination
does not meet with much favor from Sonn
tors, many of whom consider it impertinent
and has never been approved by Genera
Grant, as reported in some of tho papers.
John Whalen and wifo wero fearfull;
burned in a touemeut-house in Sands street
Brooklyn, last nigh*. They went to bet
drunk, leaving tho candle burning near th
bod, which soon caught fire.
E. W. Wise, a photographer of Hauuibal
Mo., wa3 arrested recently for maunfactut
iog counterfeit postal currency. A cousi
derublo quantity of currency, presses, ink
&c, was found in his establishment.
KdgeBold County bas adopted the limits
of the old heat companies as the boundaries
of tho townships, under tho new law. This
is an economical as well ?is sensible pro?
ceeding. They will hold their township
elections ?rn Tuesday next.
CASH.-Our terms uro strictly cash-no
exceptions. If un advertisement is to bo
inserted, baud over the money; if u paper i.?
subscribed for, tho money must accompany
the order-otherwise no attention will bo
paid to them. This rule will be adhered to.
Two of the individuals-Messrs. Tozer
and Byan -who were so seriously injured
by the falling of a wall, during the| fire at
Gregg's Hall, several weeks ugo, havo so far
recovered as to bo abb; to walk about a
little. Mr. Beckham is ulso recovering
rapidly, although his right leg had to bo
amputated below the knee.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The post olhee is
open during the week from SJ., a.m. to 6 p.
m. On Sundays, from 1 to fi p. m. The
Charleston and Western mails aro open for
delivery at 5 p. m., and close at 8*4 p. m.
Charleston night mail open 8*:J a. m., close
4J.? p. m. Northern open for delivery 2
p. m., close lij? a. m. Greenville open for
delivery ?"> p. m., close 8!.< p. m.
To Mr. Pollock wo aro indebted for a
nice little supper last night-oysters, birds,
otc., washed down with some most excellent
wine, of the "Dry Vorzenay" brand. he
whole affair passed off very nicely. The
company was select, consisting of the pro?
prietor of the Pollock House aud "ye local
of ye Phoenix." Mr. P. dispenses this wino
by the single bottle, but if you are desirous
of obtaining a basket, .Mr. Solomon will
FAST AND CHEAP PRINTING.-Wo havo
added a fast card press-of tho Degeuer &
Weiler patent-to the machinery of the
Phoenix office: and have also made additions
to our stock of fancy type, cards, paper, etc.
Persons in want of any styles of book and
job printing, are invited to call and examine
samples and prices. Cards printed at short
notice, and at prices varying from ?3.50 to
810 per thousand.
O?,- School-day Visitor, for February,
published by Daughaday & Becker, -124
Walnut street, Philadelphia, comes to ns
brighter than ever, and seemingly more than
ever encouraged by its New Year's success.
We would urge our young folks to send for
a sample number, and become acquainted
at once with this cheerful monthly. It offers
a magnificent steel-plate premium engraving
for every subscriber, as well as valuable
prizes for clubs. Price of magazine, 81.25
a year. Magazine and engraving, ?1.50.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special attention
is called to tho following advertisements,
published for the first time this morning:
Jacob Levin -Auctions.
C. J. Stoibrand -Notice to Visitors.
Wm. S. Talbott-Mules for Salo.
Meetiug Congareo Lodge, I. O. O. F.
A busy man is a locomotivo, and lifo a
track. Every night he drives into "tho
house," and stops. Every morning he is
fired up anew, and away he goos switching
off in one direction, and then in nnother.
lu this routine of business ho forgets that
tho physical organization is of thc; most
elelicate kind. If a hard iron locomotive
needs constant caro, and to bo woll oiled up
and rubbed off every day, how much moro
necessary is it that all men and women
should uso PLANTATION BITTERS, which are
tho ne plus ultra of everything which is ne?
cessary to keep the system in a perfect tono
MAONOUTA WATER-Superior to tho best
imported German Cologne, and sold at half
the price. J2'Jjlt3
Moses Smith, aged eighty-five, the last of
tho Chesapeake's crew, captured by tho
British in Boston harbor, during tho revo?
lution, ?fl at the Quincy Sailor's Home.
The sequel to a feast-A headache.
Mules for Sale.
JUST ARRIVED, 30 young, woll broko
KENTUCKY MULES eau bu aceu at Mr.
Charles Logan's Stable
aUJ> Jan 29 WM. ,8. TALBOTT.
Congareo Lodge No. 29, L 0. 0. F.
AREGULAR MEETING of thia Lorlgo will bo
held at Maaouio Hall, on MONDAY NIGHT,
(February l.J II is earnestly requested of all
members, of whatever standing, to attend, aa
important business will bo brought before them,
by order of thu N. G.
,T,iu"'J'.>:? _ W. F. PUR8E, Secretary.
Notice to Visitors.
Sm-EniNTKNDKNT'H OFFICE, S. C. P.\
COI.UMUIA, S. O., Janua.y '28. 18119.
ON ami alter this DATE, visitors will not bu
admitted within tho enclosure of the Peni?
tentiary, excaptir g those on busbies* with Officers
of the Prison, without permission from the Execu?
tive Department, or from ono of tho Commission
era of tho Penitentiary. 0. J. BTOLBRAND,
Jan 29 2 Hiinerintondont fl. 0. Penitentiary.
Diamond Hams, &c.
11IEROE9 ' Davis Jr." DIAMOND il AMS, tho
rierces 4,Oramro"oranu.naraa a ?oort aiticlo,
.. Breakfast bacon, ,V<-., received and lor
aaloby Ol Bf. BALDWIN.