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METnotf.Ii4t,*-Jtov?' Q. A. Darby, Pa$r.
tor. SerVidoS ?oWy Sunfliiy morning at'
half-past 10 o'clock and at night at hiilf
? past 7 o'clock. Prayer Meeting every
I Wednesday evening at half-past 7 o'clock.
Sabbath School every Sunday morning
at 0 o'clock. Children's meeting every
third Sunday. i
Pkesuytehian.?Rev. J. A. D. Brown,
Pastor. Services every JBunday morning
at half-pnst 10 o'clock, and' hr the after
noon nt half-past-1 o'clock. Prayer meet
ing eveiy Thursday afternoon at half
past 4 o'clock. i Sabbatp School ovory
Sunday tnornhlg* at half-past 8 o'clock.
Baptist.?Rev. T. W. Mellicharap,
Pastor. Services every third and fourth
Sunday morning at half-past 10 o'clock
and at night half-past S o'clock Sab
bath School every Sunday morning at
half-past 8 o'olock. Sumly School Mis
sionary Meeting every fourth Sunday.
Lutiieuan.?Rev. J. F. Kiser, Pastor.
Services every Sunday morning at half
fast 10 o'clock, and at night at half-past
o'clock. Sabbath School every Sunday
morning at half-past 8 o'clock.
Ei'iscoi'AJv.r-Rcv. [L. pperry, Pastor.
Services-ttblrd Sunday in each month.
Morning half-pu.st 1U o'clock; afternoon
half-past 4 o'elpak.
Y. M. C. A.?"Rooms on Russell-street.
Open every evening during the week.
Prayer meeting eVeryiThursday evening
at half-past 7 and Sunday afternoons at
G o'clock. Business, meetings fourth
Thursday in each month.
ORANGKB?nO, S. C, A Pit il 4, 1S70.
Some malignant slanderer says:
"Woman needs no eulogist, for she
"speaks for herself:"
W12 hear that there arc a number
of dogs in town that have boon bitten
by mo.d dogs. These ought to be
killed without delay;
SritiNG suits are now in order.
You can ascertain where your wants
in this line can bo obtained by. con
sulting the columns of the Democrat.
We move that somebody give a big
fish dinner or picnic and invite us to
it. If anybody seconds this motion
they will please let us hear from them
.Q?B-young friend, Mr. B> <H. Moss,
left at out office last Wednesday
some strawberries nearly ripe, which
he picked from his father's garden.
These are the first we have seen this
Tue oldest son of Dr. W. M. Daut
zler, of St. Matthews, died oil the
29th, and ,was buried on the 30th
March last. Severely afflicted from
his birth, death is indeed a gain, 3'et
the hearts of dear ones are bowed in
grief because of this bereavement.
Tilb> weather has changed sudden-,
ly front^ pleasant spring to chilling
winter, land overcoats and fires are in
demand lagain. We trust, however,
our people will be sufficiently guard
ed to project .themselves from its
We leipn that on Sunday evening
last theitc was bail in several portions
of our county. In Middle St. Mat
thews it was sullieiently heavy to do
c o n s i d e r]a b 1 e dam age -to?c rops i f th cy
"had beep) forward enough. Above
the village and below the hail was not
quite so heavy.
The concert and tableaux in aid of
the A. M? E. Church, given on Wed
nesday evening, was a success. The
proceeds fof these entertainments go
towards finishing the Church build
ing, and we hope our colored friends
"will succeed in raising the necessary
funds to complete their church edifice.
We call the attention of our read
ers to the .advertisement, by a lady of |
this county, for a *jituatiou ns teacher,
of the English branches in a small
school or family. Any one in need
Of a jovemess or any community in
need of a teacher for a small school
Will do well to give this application
their attention. We know the ap
plicant to be .competent and fully
qualified c?-> lake charge especially of |
On Wednesday last the usual .quiet
of New Street was suddenly disturb
ed by a runaway horse and wagon be
longing to Dr. Cooke, of Clafiin Uni
versity. The horse took fright at
Messrs. Strausjp & Co.'s mill, and
ran wildly toward the rail road, tak
ing the sidewalk nearjy tho whole
distance. Fortunately the animal
"was stopped before any damage was
done to the- vehicle,, and Mr. Kelly,
the '-driver, iwfia relieved of a most
It is difficult to say what consti
tutes the beauty of a woman. The
Sandwich Islanders estimate women
bv tlioir'height, The Chinese rcouirc
? t-. ' ? ..... ,j 1
them to have deformed feet and
black teeth. A girl must be taloocd
sky-lil?e and wear a nose-ring to
satisfy a South' Sea Islander's taste.
African princes require their brides
tp'have their teeth filed like those of |
a saw. In our country the greatest
charm of v/omiiii is modes Ly. Who
cau keep fr?nj jidlmiring apwect,1 mo
dest woman ? *why tho ang?ls must
admire such a being.
?3?. August' Fischer's success is
stili on the increase. So much so as
to require the stile of .his qld safo to
bo replaced by a new, a better and a
larger one." A bau' at his store and
an examination of his stocTc will ex
plain tho secret of his success. Sup
plies in every lino may be purchased
here at tho lowest prices and of the
We would call the attention of our
Postmaster, M r. Webster, to the ne
cessity of opening the Northern mail
on the evening of its arrival, instead
of the next morning as at present,
thus.enabling our citizens to get their
mail fifteen ?Iiours earlier than by tho
present arrangement. The days are
getting longer and will allow time stif
llcient to open and deliver tho mails
before an unusually lato hour.
A full line of Dr. Price's Unique
Perfumes, Colognes and Toilet Wa
ters. These Perfumes have gained
their popularity from their exqdisite
sweetness and permanency of odor.
Any lady or gentleman who will give
them a trial, will bo convinced that
no Perfumes, made in this or any oth
er country, can compare with them.
They arc only to be used to be ad
mired.' For sale by Dr. J. G. Wan
Tjie Board of Directors of the Or
angeburg County Agricultural and
Mechanical Association met on Wed
nesday jnorning last, w,keu it was de
termined to hold a Floral Fair on
the lGth of May next, provided the
ladies shall decide that to be a favor
able season for .flowers. A commit
tee was also appointed to provide a
speaker for the occasion. This last
feature will add interest to the Fair
and we hope tho committee will be
able to secure the services of one
whose fame will be a guarantee of
success. The premium list will np
pcar in our next issue.
We learn that Col. Alfred Shulcr,
residing in the upper portion of
Charleston County, and a son-in-law
of Mr. D. L. Connor, our School
Commissioner, died on Friday last
after a severe affliction of two weeks.
His remains were brought to this
county and buried at Target Church.
Col. Shuler was a little more than
sixty yearp of age at the time of his
death, and these were filled with
events that made him a worthy citi
zen of the community in which he
lived. A host of friends and rela
tives arc left behind to mourn his
loss and to cherish his memory.
We notice that lion. Samuel Dib
ble is improving his law office by put
ting up additional shelves, which will
greatly increase the capacity of his
already well-filled library. Every as
surance will thus be given his clients
that their cases will receive all the
benefits and advantages to be deriv
ed from the best legal talent and ex
perience of Europe as well as Ameri
ca. We saw here law books of con
siderably more than two hundred
years of age, curiosities in literature,
but not the less useful and interest
ing to a student of law. Mr. Dibble
stands, and deservedly so, in tho first
rank of his profession.
We invite the attention of our
readers to Ahe notice of copartnership
between Drs. T. K. Keller and Wal
ter Wolfe for the practice of medi
cine in Lyon's and adjoining town
ships. Dr. Keller is a physician of
many years of successful experience
in the community in which he resides,
and now commands a large and an
increasing practice. Dr. Wolfe grad
uated at the South Carolina Medical
College on the 4th of March last,
lie had been a pulpil under the able
and proficient Professor Michel, of
Charleston, for one year previous
and during his term of lectures, and
therefore pre^onts himself to the com
munity fully prepared and versed in
all the recent teaching in the practice
of his profession. We wish the new
firm every success skill and attention
Two of the most terribly portentous
clouds passed .over our town on Tues
day last we have ever seen?one at
four o'clock and the .other at six
o'clock in the afternoon. During the
passage of the first cloud lue dark
ness was sufficiently great to necessi
t?te 1410 lighting of lamps in the
stores and dwellings. Indeed we
heard of one merchant who closed,
thinking it was night. At the work
shops, hands knocked off, but bad to
return when light was restored. Many
persons were apprehensive of a terri
ble tornado from the blackness of Ihe
cloud and the fiery appearance of its
edges, which dipped tho hoiizon in
nlmoisj, every direction. Wo have
since heard Of no storm or heavy fall
of hail any where in the county, and
we trust the threatening cloud passed
away without any unusual offsets.
Tut: attention of our readers is
called to* the advertisement in this is
sue of tho Rev. :S..T. -II all man. We
k.'ow Mr. Hallman to be a yen
man of more than ordinary skill and
taste in work of this kind, and those .
in want of neat and well-put up pic
turo frames will do well to give him
a trial. Jt is a home enterprise and
should 'receive tho support of our citi
zens.in preference to sending off for
work not half so substantially put to
gether or so cheap. Send your orders
and give him a trial.
A few weeks ago we announced
the departuro of Mr. Henry Kohn for
New York to purchase his spring
stock, wo now toko occasion to in
form our readers of his return with a
large, varied, and well selected stock
of the most fashionable goods in his
line. All of which he is enabled to
sell at thclowcst possible prices, hav
ing bought them on a declining mar
ket and in large quantities. Persons,
desiring to purchase, will do well
to call at once and make their selec
tions before the stock is dcploted by
Corn planting is generally com
pleted throughout the county "and ac
tive preparations are hqing made for
putting in tb3 cotton crop bj our:
farmers. Very naturally one desirt
ing to save labor and trouble, and at
the same time to increase the proba
bilities of a good stand, directs his
attention to the various plans adapt
ed to his purpose with a view to pur
chase. All things considered, when
machines present the same advan
tages of utility and price, it is better
to purchase those made at home than
to send your money abroad. We
would, therefore, direct the attention
of farmers to the Barton and the
Connor planters, both reliable, home
enterprises, and as cheap as any in
the market. Give these machines
the preference and keep the money nt
The following law and law case,
taken from the records of the New
Haven colony in 1G60, are strange
reading in these times. Tho statute
says: "Whoever shall cnvciglc or
draw the affections of any maide or
maide-scrvant, either for liimself or
others, without first gaining the con
sent of her parents, shall pay tc the
plantation for the offence 40s.; for
the second. ?4 ; for the third, shall
be imprisoned or corporally punish
ed. " Under this law, at a court held
in May, 1G.G0, .Jacobeth Murlinc and
Sarah Tuttlc were prosecuted for
"setting .down on n eheste together,
Ins arms about'lier waistc and her
arme upon his shoulder, or about his
neck, and continuing in that sinful
posture about .half an hour, in which
time he kysscd her and she kysscd
him, or they kysscd one another, ns
ye witnesses testified." A fellow had
to be powerful careful how he went
ncourting in those days.
Whim: taking our usual stroll
looking for locals and items of inter
est to' our readers, we happened in
at the store of Mr. C. D. Kortjohn,
where we found all hands entrenched
behind piles of goods just in, mark
ing and placing on shelves bargains
of .every description. Hats, Cloth
ing,Shoes, Stationery, Pocket Knives,
Embroidery, Insertions, Pins, Need
les, Toilet Soaps, Groceries, &c. In
fact .everything to please and entice.
We asked ourselves a simple ques
tion, "Where is the money to come
from to move this stock." Friend
Kortjohn informed us there was plen
ty of money in the count}'. His mot
to is sell goods cheap and the money
is bound to come. We deposited our
last tissue ballot with him and de
parted a wiser and a satisfied man.
We advise our friends to call early
and secure bargains from this ship
I Tim sad duty again devolves upon
us of announcing the death of a resi
.dent of our county. Mrs. A. M. Cart
mill, wife of Mr. Thomas Cartuiill,
formerly of the city of Charleston,
died very suddenly at her residence
in this county on the morning of the
1st of April. For a few days previ
ous to her death she complained of
indisposition, but no suspicion of tho
sad result was entertained by her
husband and friends until a few mo
ments before her end, when her own
suffering and s\>dden death aroused
the fears and sorrow of her Jbusband
at almost the. same moment. The
funeral services were performed at
the residence of Mrsi McNamnra by
the Rev. J. O. Schachti, of the Cath
olic Church, on Wednesday afternoon
nt four o'clock, where a lrtrgc number
of friends met to pay' their last rc
Bpccts to an cstceineif departed
friend, and to mlnglo their mourning
with, and tender their sympathies to
tho bereaved husband. Mrs. Cart
mill was of a cordial, sooial diposi
tion, and inadi; umny friends wherever
she was known.
This is tho way iu wb(ch a Louis
villo girl disposes of a young man, ac-:
cording to tbo Courier-Journal. She"
s,ays: "iYou have asked mo pointedly
If I can marry !vou, and J have an-'
a Veered yo:t pointedly that I can. I
can .merry a in;\n who makes love to
a different girl every month. I can
marry a man whose main occupation
seems to be to join in gauntlet in
front oftchurones, and comment audi
bly on illo people who are compelled
to pass through it. I can marry a
man whoso only means of support is
an aged father. I can marry a man
who boasts that apy girl can be won,
with the help of a good tailor and an
expert tongue. I can marry Buch a.
mpn, ,but I w-o-n-tl" Afc last ac-!
counts the young man was doing as
well as could be.^expecled under the
The second in (be series of Dime
Readings given by the Young Men's
Christinn Association of our town
was held on Friday evening last at
Bolivcr's Hall, and was a most grati
fying success. Tho pieces, being all
of n humorous character and well
rend, brought down the house and
the readers in each instance retired
amid a round of applause. No one
can fti?ji Justice be designated as the
best reader. Mr. Jas. II. LaRoachc
rendered elegantly the case of "Bull
um vs. Boaluin," and showed up the
twistings and lurningp of thclaw with
line cfTcct; Col. W. j.' DcTrevillc was
inimitable in "My Griaiid Father's
Ram," and left tbc audience perfect
ly delighted, if not instructed as to
the important story indicated by the
title; Mr. J. II. Fowler., happy in
his selection, rendered in a most ac
ceptable manner'the "Character of
Mrs. Caudle," and made many a gen
tle husband smile with the hope ol
amends on the part of his better-half;
and Maj. A. B. Knowlton in a hu
morous scene of courtship and a
story .of his recent .Wesleim trip,,
brought down the house time after
time, which attested how .well he
performed his pcrii The instrumen
tal music for the occasion was fin
nished by Capt. Mortimer G'lovei
and the vocal by Mrs. A. i>. lviowl
ton and Master Gussie Knowlton.
It is seldom an audience enjoys so
rare a musical treat as that given by
Mrs. Knowlton on this occasion.
Whilst we . appreciate fashionable
music and admire the talent which,
gives it 8opcifectly us Mrs. Kuowl
ton's, yet we must* be allowed to ex
press a preference for ballad music,
the sweet melodies which reach the
heart and melts it at one lime to
tears, and at another make it burst
forth in the merriest glee. Tho UEW
liolta," a ballad by Major Knowlton,
was one of these, and the sentiment
and air so nicely coalescing that its
effect upon the audience was over
whelming. The occasion, all in all,
was a most enjoyable one.
The Floral Fair.
Editors Orangeburg Democrat:
In your issue of March 7th, I no
ticed a communication headed "Flor
al Fair" by "Countryman," who ap
peared to be quite enthusiastic on the
Bulvject of flowerj. I fully agree with
him that with those, be they -male or
female, who don't love flowers,
refinement is at zero. I must say
right here I am not in that cata
gory, being a dear Jovor-of ilowers;
yet I love something else, viz.: in
early spring, lettuce or Ballad, pretty
red crisp radishes, green peas, nicu
cabbage heads, early Irish potatoes,
earl}' turnips, onions, beats, straw
berries, &c. As "Countryman" urges
the ladies to exert themselves in tho
exhibition of flowers, I hope
that the products of tho garden will
uot be neghetcd at the coming Floral
Fair, ill is known -that but few Ilow
ers can be brought from a distance for
exhibition on account of roughness
of roads injuring them in transporta
tion, but Vegetables can be brought
and exhibited. 1 hope our vegetable
gardeners wi^l J)0 foully represented
on tho occasion. I hope our citizens
generally will interest themselves in
these exhibitions of the Orangeburg
Agricultural and Mechanical Associ
ation. These are our own homo in
stitutions, gotten up for the pleasure
and material interest of our county.
Let us take pride in them and sus
tain them by our presence and influ
ence. . Citizen.
Mr. W. A. Meroncy^Orangclurg, S. C.
Dear Sin:?I am very much |>lens
,ed with the Water Elevator which
you put in my well two weeks ago,
and prefer it to any I havo averted.
It has had the effect of wonderfully
improving tho water. When I used
a bucket I noticed a heavy deposit of
clay in-every pailful of water?r-it
now as clear as spring water.
" A. S. SALBKY, 11. D.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY J. C. FjUTE.
Middling. 9@9 1-4
Low Middling. ? 3-4 ? 9,
Ordinary to Uood. 8 (5) 8 1-2
Hice, rough.81 10
Fod d or 4 ?????? ?.75
Po u I try. .v.1 ?Qr,20
IRespectfully inform my friends and
the public thut,i anl prepared to con
tract ti>".do Cilrponthr^ Work of any
kind cheaper than other contractoia ill I
Orankebiirg County. Work solicited,]
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Murch'7-3mos. J. H. TUCKER,
J . . . ., y .11, >'t
-1-1-r ? ?1 i \
IS hereby <riveu that after the firstMon-1
day ?in?Marcli, I will he hi my ofllcel
every Monday and Tuesday in each
month in Stead of Friday and Saturday!
until further no ieo.
D. L. CONNOR,
JK A. MERONEY,
ORANGEBMRG, S. C.
Offers his services to tho public as |
General Auctioneer and Collector.
Charges moderate, and all business]
promptly attended to. Fob 14
Ott g ggci&ta.g>
?i=u=T) YER r ANiDSC0UnEn^Z
i?o. 04 Went worth street, near the Old
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Gents's Coats Vests and Pants nicely I
Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed. Faded ami
Moulded Clothing Renewed with the I
W. P. CJikXEff
St. Matthews S. C
DEALEIJ IN DRY GOODS,
poors ? snows, ?
H ATS CAPS cVc
l buy my goods from first hands and
sell ihcih a( C'hwrle: ton prices
filgiic?t CASH 'price paid fot cotton
and country produce;
Full und GeneralSto . ?? oil liauiik
NTear the DEPOT. r;ct !l :mo
White, Amber and Fultz.
PUST PP.OOF, WHITE AND Y
Grass Seed. Clover Seed.
SOME THING NE WI
RUST PROOF SEED
Warranted Hiiet 3?roof
or Monev rteiYindecl
?FOR SALE BY?
L?RICK & LOWRANCE,
Oct. 4 3mo COLUMBIA S. C.
D. P. 1'I.F.M I NCi. J AS. M. WILSON
-Alu gast, 18*78,
We are now opening, direct from
the Manufacturers, a large and new
stock of Roots, Shoes, and Trunks,
FOR FALL TRADE.
Orders solicited and promptly fill
cd. AJl goods witk^pur brand war
D. F. FLEMING- & 00.
WllOI.E8AMf dkaleus IN
No 2 Ilaync street, Cor. of Church
street, Charleston, S. C. sep 27-3
OLD AMERICAN HOTEL
J Established about 1830
Hcsneitatcd on the European Pinn for
Rooms each person per day.CO
per month...8 anil $10
According to location of booms paid
Board and lodging...,.$1 50 per day
Bottrd nhd lodging.?.(J 50 per week
MRS. M J. AUOUKU. P^uniiftrcts,
' tO ?te??r*t) st, uyrbor Ring,
sop 27 ~* Ij OJi/lert?u, 8 O.
A. lJ.4iNOWI.TON. * . A. LATUHOJ"
KNOWLTON fit tATHROP, '
Attornej's and Counsellors,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Attorney aptf Co nil sailor at Law
(Cor. Church g St. Raul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR
BOYS j^Np GIRLS.
HUGO G. SHERIDAN.,,,,.......Principal.-!
MISS E. J. MACK AY..'^Assistant.}!
This School opens on the First Monday
in September annually, und contin
ues uninterruptedly until the lust of June.,
TEKMS l'KK MONTH.
First Grade, beginners.$2.00
Sueoud Grade, Grammar pupils. 2.50
Third Grade, advanced English. ,'i.OO
L:.(,';?'. and Greek, extra. 50
COUR8B OK STUDY.
First 'Grade.?Alphabet. Spelling, Rud
hricnlary* Arithmetic, Writing and First
Steps 'in* Geography.
Second Grade, Spelling, Reading,
Writing, Arithmetic, 'Second Stepa in
Geography, Grammar, Written Compo
sition, Lad}) Rnd Creek.
'Tlurd Grade. Spelling, Reacting, Writ-',
lug, Arithmetic completed', Geqgrqphy:
completed,'Ora'nimar' co'ihplctcll. Compo
Hitiou, History, Philosophy, lihetorle,
Logie. IJook-keeping, Algebra',' Gvolfie-j
try. Chemistry. Latin, Greek and Writ
Elocution is taught in each grr.de.
Miss Mnekay hut charge of the girls.
Students may enter at any time during
the ter.i), and arc changed only from
date of entrance.
Boys and girls are prepared for the
Sophomore Class In any College or for a
successful business life.
Neatness of person, polite manners
and a high sense of honor are considered
of no less importance than the branches
taught, and are therefore inculcated
with ui remittlng assiduity.
Board may he had in good families
near the school at ten and (twelve dollars
per month, inuiuding washing und lights.
Boys and girhs are kept separate and
no intercourse allowed.
A liberal share of public patronage is
DON'T BEAD THIS!!
THE "California Store"
how in iho Mc.M aster
brick building, though only
six month* in tin's tow n., lias
made hosts of customers and
friends. Ithas succeeded In
its business bej'omf expect a
Hon. Tlitt'causol is selling
its well and carefully sei eted
stock of Dry Goods, Notions,
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, ilats,
and a complete stock of sta
ple and fancy Groceries,
cheaper than any other Es
tablishment. It is a"CASH
If politeness, courtesy and
a line Stock has any hold up
on our community, the""Cal
ifornia Store" of SOREN
TRUE & LOR YE A will be
come owe of the leading Es
tahlisbments of tbe town of
Orang'?burg. Call at their
store and see stock and
prices," they will be pleased
to show goods.
ORANGEBURG, S. C, Feb 21.
1 RANITEVILLE C. Homespun
Beat Calico 5 to H 1-4 cents per yd.
Coat's Spool Cotton 5 cents per spool.
Ladles & Genta Shoes 75ots to $1.35 pr.
Gent* Hand Made Gaiters $4.50.
Choice Coffee 8 Iba. for $1.00.
Best Sugar 12 to 13 Iba. for ?1.00. ;
Soda 3 lbs. for Do cenl...
Good Family Flour $5.00 per Jbarxol.
Best (Baker's Jewel) $6.50 44 "
Tobaccos -10 to 50 cents per pound.
Double length Cigars 2 1-2 cents each
Plows, Hoes, Hatchets, Axes.
Hardware, Tinware, and every olbe,
Article kept in a drat class store at
? ,. - - . . ?
prices too low to publ h.
Alio Whiskeys, Brandys, Wines Ales
etc., etc., of the best and purest makes
No matter what ybu are offered gppda
?5 cents per yard.
at prices to sidt the times.
Come and see before you buy,
JUST ^CEIY^D AT
CHOICE SPKjl$G CALICOS
CHOICE SPRING CALICOS
CHOICE SPRING. CALICftj?
Also a large |gt of
Which were bought Cheap, ^eJn'g llyj
be?t value and the cheapest ever-ctLb^tJ
A fine large a?ortmeut of
S M O E &
of c\'cry description also J?st received
from the manufactories very cheap.
Pull lines of everything else In tho Dry
Goods line are beiug dally received for
Spring and Summer wear.
Tho W?Ht Running
?DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE}
and Needles forj all Sewing Machines
always on hand and for sale cheap, .
Agent foe Madame Demorest'a
Oil . and convince yourselves at tho
' * Prom
D. .w. mustardt
LATE OF LEWISYLLE, S. 0.
Dealer in Country Produce,
398 KING STREET,
FOWLS, per doz.3.25a8.*:0
Chickens, per duz.?2$0a2.55
Ducks (Eng'h) per doz...'..4.00
Duck's JMVy) per doz.5.80
Geese per doz...... ....e.fjo
Turkeys per doz.:...12.00al5.00
EGGS, per doz.?....14
PEANUTS, per bushel........7oal40
PEAS, clov. Der bushel....G5a7Q
" Mixed* H .....60a(K>
RICE, (Rough) perbu8hel..l.l0al.2?"
BEESWAX, per lb.a22
HONEY, . t* ....10
HIDES, Flintier lb.10
Dry Salted, " .:...8
SKINS, Otter, apiece...25a2..r/D
? Coon, " .5al?
" Fox, " i.10a40
[} Deer, per ib-^-^-..?......ftfi
* Goat, ?* _.%8
?Highest market prices obtained for all
good3 consigned tome. Returns made
promptly. Consignment* solicited, ly
call "imm cAifa
At the People's feakeryi
ESTABLISHED IN 1871,
BY TUE PRESENT PROPRIETOR
Who Is still ready and willing to
-.7 l ?? tj - - :> \ \>
BREAD, ROLLS, PIES
of all description!-,.
G TJ N Gr E R S
by the barrel or bosc. tin vi
AI.3,0 ' 7'0!
BREAD FOR CAMP.MEE^4NGS,
' on .'. r *? * .. i
Any otljer^meetings ftt sho.vtnotice.
JVIST RECEIVED FKESII CONFEC
T1?NARY?. FANCY GOT>DS AND
NOTIONS, Which will be sold us low as
uny that can ?e .bought in JOrnngeburg.
Thankful for the past patronage of my
friends Aticl Mie public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom..
T. W. ALBR?OTI,
Next door to ,Mr. J. P. Hurley.
Orartgpbnrg, Seht 13,1878 iy
? /"i/lmwoek In your own town. f5
out lit tree. No risk. Reader
if you wnut a business at
which persons of either sex
can make great pay all the Ihne they
work, write particulars'to II. HaiXETT