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^Methodist.?Rev. O. A. Dnrby, Pos
,lor. Services every Sunday morning nt
balf-past 10 o'clock.und at night at half
past 7 oYlock? .Prayer Meeting every
Wednesday. eVpnJug at half-past 7 o'clock.
iS&bbnlh Sjcfypol every Sunday morning
at 9 o'clock. Children's meeting every
PpK?pYTKhiANo-iRev. j. A. D. Brown,
Pnstpr. Services every Sunday morning
at|)ialf-pa8t 10 o'clock, and in the aftcr
,uoou at balf-past4 o'clock. Prayer meet
ing every Thursday afternoon at half
.past 4 o'clock. Sabbath School overy
,^pnd'ay morning at half-past>8 o'clock.
Baptist.?Rev. T. W. Melllchamp,
jPastor. Services every third and fourth
.Sunday .morning at ,half-past }0 o'olock
'.and u'fc kd^h.fc'-half-past 8 o'clock Salt
,bath School" "every Sunday morning at
half-past 8 o'clock. Simdy School Mis
sionary Meeting overy fourth Sunday.
Luxiikhan.?Rev. j. F. Riser, Pastor.
Services every Sunday morning at half
past 10 o'clock and at night at half-past
o'clock. Sabbath School every Sunday
morning at half-past 8 o'clock.
Episcopal.?Rev. L. Guerry, Pastor.
Services third Sunday in each month.
Morning half-past 10 o'clock; afternoon
jhalf-past 4 o'clock.
Y. M. O. A.?Rooms on Russcll-strcet.
.Open every evening during tho week.
Prayer meeting overy Thursday evening,
at half-past 7 and Sunday afternoons at
,C o'clock. Business meetings fourth
?Thursday hi each mouth.
Oranoeiiurq, S. U.? May 0, 1870.
Go to Joseph Eros' for Ice Cream,
?Confectionery and Fruit.
A meeting of tho Orangebnrg Ag
ricultural Society will be held on the
^ 0 th instant.
Pay up your town taxes, and save
the penalty. After the 20lb instant
#0 per cent, penalty'will bo added.
The fence around the Catholic
graveyard is in progress of erection
iby Mr. Hugh Beck, and when com
pleted will be a neat and substantial
The Grand Jury in their report
.complimented our public officers very
jhighly. All the ofllccs .were reported
AB being kept in a neat and business
Mr, E. W. Fr?ser, Chairman of
<the Relief Committee at Walterboro,
acknowledges the receipt of ?33
through Mr. F. Risher, being a con
tribution from sundry citizens of our
Jtown to the sufferers.
We are requested to call attention
jto the adjournment of the Court of
Common Pleas until Tuesday next.
Parties, Jurors and witnesses sum
moned for Monday need not attend
Mb. J. G. BoUver. was appoinbad,
on Monday taat by his Honor, Judge
Frascr, Deputy Clerk of Court of
(Common Pleas and General Sessions
and Deputy Register Mesne Conuey
Ance for Orangeb?rg County.
Cox who killed Alston in Atlanta
A short time ago has been convicted
and sentenced to the penitentiary for
Jife. Mrs. Cox. who was present in
the oourthonse when her husband was
sentenced, attempted to commit sui
Wesley Washington, one of the
most notorious rascals in the county,
was convicted on Wednesday for
.stealing sundry articles of clothing
and sentenced by Judge Fraser to
one year's imprisonment in the Peni
Floral Fair Ball.?Our young
men will give a Grand Ball on the
night of the Floral Fair May 30th.
The Orangeburg String Band will
furnish the music for the occasion
Tickets can be had at the stores of
Heury Kohn or P. W. Bull.
Those of our friends who may vis
H Columbia next week to witness the
unveiling of the Confederate Monu
ment and want a convenient place to
atop will find the Virginia House all
(they desire. Maj. Dodomead knows
exactly how to run a hotel.
We noticed that tho store on
Doyle's corner was closed on Wed
nesday, and learned that its enter
prising young proprietor, Mr. Z. J,
King, bad gone on a pleasure trip to
a friend in Lower St. Matthews. He
has our best wishes for a happy time.
A very interesting game of base
ball was played on last Friday after
noon between the Grange and Hamp
ton Base Ball Clubs. The game was
stubbornly contested by the Hamp
tons, but the Oranges proved },oo
much for them, and won the game by
A score of 30 to*24. Try again, boys.
Ladies it will repay you to take a
look at those beautiful Dress Goods
just in at Henry Kohn's, Among the
Novelties are the "Malichile Cloth"
12 1-2 cente. Chinese Grass Cloth,
yard wide 10 cents. Pongee Lustres,
10 cents a yard. Linen Suitings 10
cents per yard. Cashmere, Brocades,
Hernani Stripes, Lawijs and P. K.'s
from .6 cents and upwards,
A brick-bat, projected ratljqr forci
bly from tho hand ,of Mr. Kennedy,
of \}:<) turpentine-farm, ^u?j? in con
tact ^vith Joo Maobelh's head on
Wednesday afternoon, and quioted
tho nerves of that excited individual.
Cause* mean whiskey; effect, one
Several mad dogs havo been kill
ed, in different sections of the, county.
We-notice also several -dog's on the 1
streets without muzzles contrary to
the city ordinance. Policemen are
instructed to kill all such and parties
owning these dogs wili do well to
give attention to the matter.
We can hardly pick: up an earoliange.
without seeing notices of Sunday
School picnics. These aro pleasant
occasions to the children and encour
age them in their duties. None of
our Sunday Schools have as yet had
a picnic this season, but w.e.aro glad
to -learn that one proposes to
open the ball some time this month
by taking a holiday in the woods.
A Grand Concert will be given in
aid of the Episcopal Church, on the
22d of tins month, in the Courthouse.
The best musical talent of the Coun
ty has been placed at the disposal of
tho ladies who have tho enterprise
in charge, and a brilliant and delight
ful evening may be confidently expect
ed. Full particulars will be given in
our next issue.
We have been informed by farmers
from the lower portion of St. Mat
thews that in consequence of the re
cent heavy rains, the stand of cotton I
is bad throughout that section. True
to their reputation, however, as ener
getic farmers, they arc busy lepair
ing the damage with every prospect
of success. This is one the best cot
ton regions in the county and the cit
izens there deserve success and will
?A full line of Dr. Price's Unique
Perfumes, Colognes and Toilet Wa
ters. These Perfumes have gained
their popularity from their exquisite
sweetness and permanency of odor.
Any lady or gentleman who will give
them a trial, will be convinced that
no Perfumes, made in this or any olh
er country, can compare with them.
They are only to be used to be ad
mired. For sale by Dr. J. G. Wan
Tue Kershaw Gazette is responsi
ble for the following: The latest
amusement is termed the "Printer's
Delight," and is performed in the
following manner.: Take a sheet of
paper and fold it up. carefully and
place within it two dollars. And
what adds immensely to the feat is to
send along the name of a friend, with
the cash to balance. Keep your eye
on the printer and if you detect a
smile tho trick is a success. Try jt.
We propose making arrangements
to publish a complete roll of every
company that left this county and
took part in tho late war, and wc
hope that some surviving officer or
private of each company will furnish
us with as near a complete roll of
their respective companies as they
can. Let us prepare a Roil of Hon
or and forever cherish the memory of
those who fought for Southern liber
MpE. Demorest'8 Reliable Patterns
of all novel and beautiful styles for
the summer fashions now ready and
for sale at Theodore Kohn's Fashion
able Emporium. Catalogues free
upon application. Call or send for
one. Also just received a lot of
beautiful flowers, fans, lace goods,
t6c, &c. Mr. Kohn is in receipt
daily of all the latest styles and nov
elties of the season. Give him a
As a piece of gratifying informa
tion to our citizens as to the enter
prising spirit of our town, we say
that a drummer of experience and
extensive travel, stopping here a few
days last week, informed one of our
merchants that there was more busi
ness being done in Orangeburg at
this season of the year, than in any
county town in tho State. Of the
amount ant? kind of trade done by
our merchants, we will have some
thing further to say in a future issue
of the Democrat.
Our thanks are due Mr. Peter Can
non for a choice cut from a fine Rock
fish he captured on Wednesday after
noon.. This is tho third fish of the
kind caught by Mr. Cannon in the
Edisto and justly entitles him to the
championship of Orangeburg. The
fich was thirty-two inches in length,
nineteen inches around the body and
weighed thirteen and throe-quarter
pounds. Any one, however, can catch
Rock fish if he has one of Mr, Can
non's lines and hooks, and we would
advise fishermen to call at his store
and procure a complete outfit.
No homo,cun be conBidcied,com
plcto without,pictures,.nnd those who
huvo failed to furnish their parlors
with those necessary ornaments can
not find a better time to do so than
the present, or a better mau to fur
nish the frames.and .necessary hang
ings than R?v.! ?S. T. Hnllman, of
Lyon's Township, whoso advertise
ment may bo found in this paper.
The work is neatly executed and the
material of the - best quility. Mr.
llallman guarantees satisfaction both
in workmanship and prices.
A Wauniko to Yodko Ladiks.^-A
young lady of Louisville writes to a
modest and stupid youth: "When
you asked me if I would marry you?
oh I I ought not to have done it, I
suppose?t-but tUen1 it wab such an'
opportunity* andjso I smiied the cue to
you and answered 'Never!' And you
stupid, you froze and bowed like a
telegraph pole, and left. Oh 1 dear
me, and I certainly thought that at
this day there was nobody under the
sun who was so unpardonable obtuse,
so far behind the age aud the rage
that be would riot have instantly met
mo with, 'What, never?' and given
me the chonQe to reply, 'Well, hard
ly ever.' u
Editor Orangeburg Democrat:
I have been hoping that some of
the tenchers of our coiiuiy might re
spond to tho proposition of yoor cor
respondent "Blue Jeans," from St.
Matthews in regard to a Teachers'
Convention. 1 indorse the senti
ments of your correspondent, and
would say, by all means, let us have
tho Convention at as early a day as
practicable. I would, therefore, sug
gest the following genticmen as a
committee, who are requested to
meet at Orangeburg and fix tho time
and place for the meeting : Rev. K.
B. Tarrant, J. B. O'Neal Holloway
and Hugo G.. Sheridan.
D. L, Connou,
School Commissioner O. C.
We clip the following paragraph
from the Spnrtauburg Herald of last
week: "Our bachelor friend in the
drug store nearest tho Herald offjee
was officially notified at the meeting
of the Alumni Association of Wof
ford College last coramcnc3mcnt
'that he had to get married before
next commencement or endow a pro
fessorship.' Your time is nearly up,
Major. What are you going to do
about it? How are you progressing?"
Wo suggest that a committee be ap
pointed by the Association with power
to send for persons and papers to as
certain if the Major has ever made an
effort to comply with tho resolution,
and if be baa we hope he will be
granted further time. In the mean
time the members of the Alumni in
this county who are sinning away
their day of grace had better take
warning by tho Major's fate.
We had the pleasure of a visit to
the workshops of Mr. Robert Wiles,
on Market-street, and saw wagons
and buggies in every stage of manu
facture from the first stroke on a
wheel to the finest touch of the paint
er's brush upon the body. The wag
ons combine three important ele
ments of utility, lightness, strength
and durability ; and the buggies are
all that could be desired in such ve
hicles for a country like this. In the
blacksmith department every kind of
work in iron and steel is skillfully
done from a common plough to the
nicest steel spring, and in the short*
est possible time. Indeed the busi
ness in all its departments has the
appearance of enterprise and success,
and wo would commend Mr. Wiles
and his skillful workmen to those
who may be in need of work in his
lines. Repairing is done as neatly
and promptly as original work and
at the lowest prices.
The Grand Jury, in their report,
recommend that tho County Comis
sioncrs be instructed to build a sub
stantial fence around tho Courthouse
square. This is just as it should be.
No improvement is more needed than
such an enclosure to protect both the
grounds and shade trees from depre
dation of cattle and horses. We
would suggest the propriety of build
ing a fenco that will combine both
the useful and ornamental. We
learn that tho old fenco, which only
lasted a few years, cost the county
$800, (Radicals built it,) while half
that sum under the present govern
ment would furnish a complete and
desirable fence with stono posf. end
iron railings. Tho grounds might
also bo provided with comfortable
benches, which would serve as a rest
ing place for our country friends and
others. At all events let the ience
be put up. The old well on the
grounds might be profitably utilised
by placing one of Messrs. Sain, Me
roney & Co.'s Water Elevators in it.
As it now stands tho well is unsight
ly and dangerous.
Tue following resolution, adopted
at a lato meeting of the teachers ot
St. Pauls Methodist Church Sunday
School, is certainly very complimen
tary to our esteemed fellow-citizen,
Hon. S. Dibble, and we tako pleas
ure in publishing it:
Resolved, That wo, the Teachers
of the Orangeburg Methodist Sun
duy School, have heard with much
regret of tho resignation of our be
loved Superintendent, Mr. Samuel
Dibble, and that we hereby express
our thanks for his earnest work for
the Sunday School, and our . wishes
ifor his future success and happiness.
Tho following resolutions, on mo
tion of ltov. O. A. Darby, were pass
ed at tho last Quarterly Conference :
Resolved, That the Secretary of
this .Quarterly Conference bo instruct
ed to convey the thanks of the Con
ference to Mr. -Samuel Dibble for his
long, intelligent and .earnest wonk as,
Superintendent of the Sunday School.1
Resolved, Also, that this Confer
ence most earnestly prays that the
blessings of Gpd may attend him
during the rcmaiudcr of Iiis life.
Qu mi a sensation has been created
in our usually quiet town by the visit
of a genuine, organized dramatic
company, The Globo Comedy Com
pany, who performed in tho Ma
sonic Hall on Monday and Wednes
day nights have given general satis
faction. A crowded house was in at
tendance on both occasions and testi
ly that the acting is fair-?somo say,
very good. The pieces acted arc do
nominated "society plays" and.deal
with the foibles, not the predominant
traits of character. There was a
time when the stoge was a commend
able means of instruction and was
visited mainly with a view to learn ;
but at the present day, little is gained
Bave slang and a not very desirable
insight into the weaker phases of so
ciety. "Whether the stage or the gen
eral taste of men has degenerated
must be determined by tho eirect the
one produced upon the other. The
performance last night was up to that
of the previous nights and the ren
dering of Tennyson's Enoch Ardcn !
was very good. All the characters
were well maintained and the audi
ence left regretting the departure of
tho Troupe. They go from here Lo
According to notice in the county
papers a Sunday School Entertain
ment was given at the Lutheran
Church on last Sunday in which all
the schools, by invitation, participat
ed. A large and intelligent audience
was in attendance filling the church
almost to its utmost capacity. Ap
propriate speeches were made by Mr.
Hugo G. Sheridan, Capt. John A.
Hamilton and Rev. O. A. Daiby, in
which wholesome principles were in
culcated and instruction imparted to
the young mind in a pleasing and ef
fective manner. Captain Hamilton
was peculiarly happy in his illustra
tions, and the little ones will long
remember this earnest and effective
speech, Mr. Darby, picked up at
the moment as a substitute for Mr.
J. H. Fowles, who was unavoidably
absent, enforced by felicitous exam
ples tho traits of character which
should adorn the life of youth. This
very appropriate talk proved the
choice of Rev. J. F. ICiscr of a sub
stitute was a most happy one. The
occasion, all in all, was a most en
joyable one and doubtless will do
much to build up the Sunday School
interest of our town. We trust this
is but the first of many similar enter
tainments by the different denomina
tions of the town for the encourage
ment of the children.
The third in the series of dime
readings announced by tho Young
Men's Christian Association, was
given in the Courthouso on last Fri
day eveuiug before a largo and at
tentive audience Prof. W. II. Law
rence, of the Clufllin University,
mado a happy rendering of "Heart's
Search," by Poe, and won frequent
applause from his hearers. Captain
Mortimer Glover read in a peculiar
ly felicitous manner ono of Mark
Twain's best productions, bringing
down tho house several time3 during
its delivery. Rev. O. A. Darby made
a selection from the Christian poet,
Cowper,and in a distinct and emphat- !
ic manner presented, not only the
meaning, but the exquisite beauty of
tho poet's imagery. The master of
ceremonies, Mr.. W. B. Thompson,
unnounccd that Prof. Lawrence had
kindly consented to appear again?
this time in tho piece entitled "Mr.
Socrates Snooks and wjfe." Such an
introduction prepared the audience
for the treat they were about to en
joy, and wero not disappointed, for
Mr. Lawrence in Ins inimitable stylo
upset tho house completely and sat
down, leaving the audience in a roar
of Slaughter. The music, furnished
by Mr. Henry Ivohn and his assis
nnts, Mr. Tom Wnnnamnkor and Dr.
L. Wolfe, on the violin, and Misses
Jacobson and F. Mcllichnmp on the.
piano, was excellent.
A Convention of tho eitizous of
Missississippi met at Vicksburg on
Monday Last to consider the best
modo of remedying tho labor troub
les of tho West. Many persons of
noto were present, among whom was
Governor .Stone. What measures
may bo adopted to remedy tho evil
will have the sanction of the best
minds of tho Stntc. Several colored
men woic members of the Convention
and will unite with their white fellow
citizens upon a measure which is to
redound as much to the bcnefit.of their
race as to the planters of the West.
Ok Saturday last we saw a bird,
evidently a stranger to these pnrla,
killed by Mr. Henry O. Smoke, mail
carrier between this point and
Vance's Ferry. It was a water bird
and measured four feet six- inches
from tip of one wing to tip of Ihe
other, two feet ten inches from tip of
bill to tip of tail and weighed eleven
pounds. The legs extended to the
rear and almost on a line with the
body, which necessitated its walking
in an upright position.; tho leet were
like thoso of a duck, but had the ap
pearance of little use save for the
water ; the color of the back resem
bled that of a guinea fowl, the b:east
that of a goose ; the neck, long and
stout, was covered from tho head
half down its length with glossy
feathers like a wild drake ; and the
bill was long, strong and straight.
This bird was killed in a pond near
the state road, between the planta
tions of Col. j. C. Edwards and Dr.
11. W. Bates. It was suggested by
some that the bird was brought here
by ths recent storm. If the size and
wings, narrow and long, did not con
flict with the books, we would call it
a Loon, which is a migratory water
fowl of the genus Colymbus.
ConKKCTE? Weekly uy .t. C. Puce.
Middling.10? 10 1-1
bow .Middling.0 3-4 Oj) 10
Ordinary to Good....... S 3-4 ?0
Hice, rough.?1 20
Eggs.... 12 1
to; jurors, clients and wit
rjHIE Court of Common pleas having
-I. been adjourned until Tuesday morn
ing next. 13th lust., at half past nine
o'clock, all .Jurors, Clientsand Witnesses
havo been nolilied to attend on Tuesday
at the hour named, and need not attend
on Monday. By order of the Court.
Orangeburg, May S, 1s7?. C. C. P.
J. A. BAKDIN & BR0.
on.SANTEE, NEAR VANCES FERRY
GENERAL MFRCHAND IS E?OF
FERS for sale a full and complete
stock of Groceries, Hardware, Ready
Made Clothing, Roots and Shoes, Hats,
Caps, and Trunks, and a line line of Dry
Good-- of ail descriptions for Ladies' use
and v jnr ?also?
A full t of Foreign and Domestic
Wines und I 'i its, Segars ai! i'**,*hcc?,
&c, &c. n sept, o, ?o.
?)Y A LADY of several years' experi
? once, a situation us teacher of the
English branches in a school or family.
The host references given and satisfac
tion guarantee 1. For further particulars
address THE ORANOEOUrq democret.
I^OR SALE TWO PRlME MILK
. COWS, with young calves, in good
condition and geinlo. This is an excel
lent chance to secure a Cow that will
give milk and butter for an ordinary
family. Both Gows ore in Orangehnrg
and may bo seen by culling on mc at Mr.
J. C. Pike's store. J. (j. EDWARDS.
IS hereby given that a certain claim
has been approved by me in favor of
M. K. Wilkinson, amount $20, approved
January 4, 1879, which mistake has the
wrong number. The person who now
holds tho claim will please present it at.
my ofllco thai I may cone. : the mistake
and register the same.
D. L. CONNOR,
Mar 21 School Commissioner O. C.
IRespectfully inform my friends and
the public that 1 am prepared to con
tract to do Carpenter's Work of any
kind cheaper than other contractors in
Orangehnrg County. Work solicited,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
March 7-3mos. J. R. TUCKER,
ByEV. S. T. IIALLMAN is prepared to
5 FRAME PICTURES of all sizes in
tho neatest stylo oft he art, and at lower
rates, for cash, than can he done else
whore in tho county. Picture Hangings
also furnished oil the most liberal terms.
All parties desiring work done in the
above line would do well to give him a
call at his house in Lyon's Township, or
at Dr. S. A. Reeves. Satisfaction guar
anteed. April 3?3mo8
a wr :k in your own town. $5
out lit free. No risk. Reader
if you want a business at
which persons of either sex
can mako great pay all tho time they
work, write particulars to 11. IIallett
CEY GOODS !
Tilings to wear generally.
LOUD Talk and brag advertisements
are played out, especially If there Is
only a handful of trashy goods to back
it, or worse yet, not to comply with the
assertions made, (as is too olten the ease.)
II E N ? Y K O II N
has just rcttuncd from New York and
purchased a large Stock of Dry Goods,
Clothing, etc., before the recent rise In
all kinds of Cotton Fabrics. Notwith
standing the rise he has put prices down
to the bottom notch, as will he seen by
the price list of a few articles.
500 pieces Prints 5, C, and 7 8
50 pieces Bleached Long-cloth, soft finish
?, G, and 7 ccuU. At 7c we oiler 1 yard
wide,' soft linish lor the needle, that
can't be beat.
5 ale h .'1-1 Yellow Shirting Homespuns
2 Bales 4-4 Sheeting 7 cents.
1 Bale 7-8 Shirting G cents.
200 pieces Checks best single thread 8 and
20 pieces Ginghams 8 and 10 cents.
10 pieces 10-4 full width Sheeting 18, 20
and 25 cents.
100 pieces White Piques G, 8 and 10 tents.
White Cambrics 10 cents and up.
10 pieces While aud Colored Lawns 9 c.
10 pieces French Lawn, colors warranted
25 pieces Colored and Black Alpacas 10,
20 and 25 cents.
10 pieces Derby's aud Damcsie Dress
Goods 10 cents.
Black Grenadines from 25 cents up.
Bunting Cloths all wool.
Black Cashmeres, double width, all wool
2000 pair Ladies' and Children's Stock
ings 5 cents and up.
500 pair White and Colored Lisle Gloves
10 cents pair and up.
500 Ladies' and Gents' Collars, Linen. 5,
G and 10 cents.
J. & P. Coats' Cotton C5 cents dozen.
Ladles Serge and Foxed Galtcrn n
Mens best full stock Brogans 91.20.
Boys Shoos from 75 cents pair and up.
We also have a largo Uns of Philadel
phia Hand made goods Every Pair War
OlirlSpring stock of Clothing for Chil
dren, Boys and Men Is now full and
complete in all styles and prices. \( you
want a nice nohhy suit for little money
We could go on enumerating the many
Bargains to till this paper, but deem it
unnecessary- AH we ,l>,k that you come
and look. We particularly request the
Ladies to bring Bnmples tlipy may have
from Charleston or anywhere pise and
promise to duplicate the goods and the
price. Remember the place,
DRY GOODS BAZAA.E.
Next to Cornelson's.
SHEDDING GIFTS AT ALLAN'S.
: American, and Swiss,
j .Latest Stylos.
Of Now and Elegant Designs, and. Ex
.As.wellas loss costly sets,-in great varl/y
43TERLISG SILVER WARE,
In Fresh and Beautiful .Patterns, espe
cially adapted.for Wedding Presents,
SILVER PLATED WARE
Tea Sets, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Buttel
X)ishcs, Gtms, .Goblets, ,&c.
?CHOICE FANCY GOODS,
French Clocks, Bronzes, Flue TableGufc
iery, Gjier.a Glasses, Fine Glassware.
The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices
3m 307 King Street.'
White, Amber and Fultz.
RUST PROOF, WHITE AND I" ?? ,
Gj'ccss Seed. Clove?' Seed.
RUST PROOF SEED
Warranted Rust Rroor
or Monev Refunded
?FOR SALE BY?
L?RICK & LOWRANCEI
Oct. 4 3mo COLUMBIA S. C.
LATE OF LEWISYLLE, S. C.
Dealer in Country Produce,
398 KING STREET,
FOWLS, per doz.3.25a3.70
Chickens, per doz.2.00a2.55
Ducks (Eng'h) per doz.4.00
Ducks (M'c'y) per doz.5.00
Geese per doz.G.00
Turkeys per doz.12.00al5.00
EGGS, per doz.14
PEANUTS, per bushel.75ai-.-10
PEAS, clay, per bushel.C5a70
" Mixed " .G0a65
RICE, (Rough) per bushel.. 1.10al.20
BEESWAX, per lb.a22
HONEY, " .10
HIDES, Flint, per [lb.10
?? Dry Salted,11 .8
SKINS, Otter, apiece.25a2.50
?? Coon, 4t .?al?
" Fox, " .10a40
" Deer, per lb.15
? Goat, ** .8
Highest market prices obtained for all
goods consigned to me. Returns mada
promptly. Consignments solicited, ly
Xiuil Road SchoduloH.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL ROAD.
Commencing Sunday, March 10, 1879,
Passenger Trains will run as follows:
Leave Charleston at.0 45 a m
Leave Charleston at.9 15 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.1 10 pm
Arrive at Columbia.7 00 p m
Arrive at Columbia at..0 15 a m
Leave Columbia.8 20 a m
Leave Columbia at.,.4 00 p m
Leave Columbia at.9 30 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.10 00 p ut
Arrive at Charleston at.0 40 a m
Leave Charleston at.0 45 a m
Leave Charleston at.9 15 p m
Arrive at Augusta at.1 25 p in
Arrive at Augusta at.8 20 a in
Leave Augusta at.3 30 p in
Leave Augusta at.7 30 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.10 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston ut.0 00 a m
(Dally, except Sundays.)
Leave Charleston at.,..,.7 20 a m
Arrive at Canulcn at.8 00 p m
Leave Camden ut..,..,.,.,.7 ;;o n ui
Arrive at Charleston.0 15 p m
Trains leaving Charleston at 9 J5 p. in.
and Columbia at 4 p in. maku closo con
nections daily, except Sunday, with trains
of Greenville mid Colombia Rnijroud. to
and from Greenville, Walhalla. Ander
son, Spartnnburg and points on the Spar
enburg and Asheville Railroad, aiuj for
Laurens on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
Trains leaving Charleston at ij 45 a.
in. and Columbia at 4 p. m. make <eloso
connectionsdaily with train*of Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad, to ami
from Charlotte, Richmond, Waslungtou
and all Eastern Cities< also with trains
of Wilmington, Colnmhiu and AuguBta
Railroad to and from Sumter, aud other
points on W. C. ?fc A. R. K.
Trains leaving Charleston nt0 45 u. m.
and 10 15 p. m.and Augusta at 3.30 p. in.
make close connections daily with trains
ol Georgia Railroad and Central. Rail
road for Maeon, Atlanta aud all points
West and Southwest.
Sleeping Carson all night trains.
JOHN B. PECK, Superintendent.
D. Ol ALLEN, Gen. P. and T. Agt. ?