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A. Paper lox* tlie People,
Mkthooist.?Rev. O. A. Darby, Pos
tor. Services every Sunday' morning tit
half-past 10 o'cloek und ?t night at half
|>a8t 7 6>slock. Prayer Meeting every
Wednesday cvenlug nt half-past 7 o'cloek.
Sabbath School every Sunday morning
tat -9 otclock. Children's .meeting, every
RBKsUYTBKIAH.?16av.iT. A.D. Brown,
Pastor. Seuvloes every Sunday morning
ait half-pnet 10 o'clock, and in the after
.noon at haiftpast4 o'clock. Prayer meet
dng ?oveiy Tlxtrsday afternoon at half
jpast 4 o'clock. Sabbath School every
.Sunday morning at half-past 8 ocloek.
Baptist.?Kev. T. W. Mollichamp,
[Pastor. Services every third and fourth
.?Su??Ay morning at half-past 10 o'clock
:and at night half-past s- o'clock Sab
tbath School every Sunday morning at
Umlf-past 8 o'clock. SuNdy School Mis
?lonary Meeting every fourth Sunday.
LUTlleuan.?Rev. J. F. Riser, Pastor.
Services every Sunday morning at 10 1-2
???locke Sabbath School every Sunday
morning at 9 o'clock.
Episcopal.?Rev. L. Guerry, Pastor.
Services third Sunday In ; each mouth.
Morning half-past' 10 o'clock; afternoon
half-past 4 o'cloek.
Y. M. C. A.?Rooms on Russell-street.
Open every evening during the week.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening
at half-past 7 and Sunday afternoons at
G o'clock. Business meetings fourth
Thursday In each mouth.
OitANGEUUitG, S. C. Junk 20,1875?.
The Democratic County Conven
tion will assemble at the Fair Build
ing oh- Saturday, 21st instant, at 12
A Basket Picnic will be given by
the Sdisto Rifles on July 4th at An
drews' Fish Trap. A full programme
"will appear next week.
? f A maiden of thirty-four and a boy
of seventeen, of Newton county, Ga.,
eloped the other day. Our sympa
"thy is entirely with the boy.
Mr. W. J. Bryant is entitled to
the credit for Ihe flrBt cotton bloom
of the -season so far as we know, be
having sent us a full bloom on the
We return our thanks to the com
mittee ior an invitation lo attend a
"ball to be given on tho 23d at Lewis
?villo in honor of the marriage of Mr.
J. H. Loryea.
We are getting, so farmers say,
seasonable weather throughout the
county and crops are growing to ma
turity rapidly. We trust this wcath
*will eontume-until. the fruiting period
Our worthy County Treasurer, Mr,
It. Copes, will begin to pay school
teaimejsl4i8y^.cdrtificates for services
"rendered during the present year. A
fofo'rata payment will be made at this
time and the balance in the, fall.
A regular meeting of .the Knights
of Honor will bo held on Monday
evening next at the usual hour and
place. Members are requested to be
punctual in attendance as business
of Rnporlanco will be transacted.
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Mb. W. B. Hill takes pleasure in
informing his friends and customers
,thnt he is better prepared now to
make good flour than ever before, hav
ing recently overhauled his Mill, and
respectfully solicits their continued
Xtf compliance with the order of
.the United States Court, Receiver
Fisher announces that he will pay in
cash on nest Monday the over due
.coupons on first mortgage bonds of
.the South Carolina Railroad. The
holder* of these coupons will take
due m tice and govern themselves ac
Ih conversation with three of our
farmers on Saturday last we gathered
the following items: The cotton of
No. 1 was full of lice, that of No. 2
was too grassy to back plow, while
No. 3 leported his clean and doing
finely. The first was a hunter, the
second - fisherman and the third had
no dogs or fishing canes.
Malarial fevers are becoming
quite prevalent in the county. Our
citizens ahould see to it that all
causes of malaria be removed and
every effort be made to prevent the
further spread of diseusc. Physicians
might do a good work by suggesting
precautionary measures to the fam
ilies within their practice.
W*v had tho pleasure of meeting in
our office ono day last week our
young fri nd, Mr. D. E. Hydrick,
who is home spending his vacation
from college. Woflbrd College has
bad no more exemplary young man
within her classic walls this year as a
student than our young friend, and
we wish for him a brilliant future.
On Sunday last wo enjoyed the
pleasure of hearing an excellent ad
dress from Capt. J. A.Hamilton be
fore the St. Paul's Methodist Sunday
School Missionary Society. Captain
Hamilton is a most felicitous speaker
before children and his efforts arc
calculated to do much good by way
of instructing their young minds.
There will be a meeting of the
Orange Base Ball Club atDr. L. S.
Wolfe's o?lcc, at half p?st cigbt
o'clock Ulis evening, Us select a niue
to play tbo Aiken Club,
Office hours on Sunday at Dr.
Wnnnamaker'-s Drug Store from 8
to 10 A. M., and from G 1-2 to 8 1-2
P. M. In case of emergency access
car: 'be bv.:l to the Drug Store any
lime during the day or night.
, We notice that Mr. F. A. Sehiffley j
is now at Snider's Store, and will, af
ter this week, spend about two weeks
at Gil mores, Holly Hill PostollJse, on
the State Bond. This presents a good
opportunity to the people of that sec
tion to get fine pictures.
Oub thanks aro due Mr. S. A.
Reeves for samples of his excellent
cigars?as fine as any we have ever
smoked in Ornngcburg. He has
quite u variety of in amis on hand
which will be sold low down to his
customers. His chewing tobacco is
marvelously cheap. An excellent
quality may be bought at 35 cents
per pound. Users of the weed had
better call before the supply is out.
Pomona Grange, No. 17.?The
next quarterly meeting of the Pomo
na Grange will be held at the hall of
Washington Grange on Saturday,
July 5th, Subordinate Granges are
urged to send full delegations, as the
meeting will be n very important one
to the order. Secretaries and Mas
ters arc particularly enjoined to dis
charge their duty by making reports
as required, KfitK Robinson, .Secre
tary P. G., No. 17.
The Sea Island News, a Republi
can paper published at Beaufort, says :
"The Democratic party in this State
evidently made a great mistake in
the choice of its representatives in
Congress. It ought to have sent in
stead the editors of country newspa
pers, who arc, with few exceptions,
complaining of the lack of backbone
displayed in the Democratic party."
Never mind, the Democratic party
will have ample backbone for the
contest of 1880.
At a meeting of the Court IIoubj
Democratic Club held on the evening
of ihe 13th instant, the following
delegates and alternates were elected
to attend the County Convention ap
pointed for the 21st instant: Dele
gates, Robt. Copes, J. II. Fowles, T.
Kohn, J. F. Izlar, W. J. DeTrcville,
J. S. Albergotti, S. R. Mellicharap.
Thomas Ray, Samuel Dibble and
Mortimer Glever. Alternates, T. C.
Albergotti, A. D. Frederick, M. I.
Browning and J, M. Brunson.
On Monday evening about nine
o'clock a lamp in the parlor of Mr. S.
?A. Reeves' dwelling, showing evident
signs of danger by smoking and
blazing up, was seized by Mr. Reeves
and dasind out of the window and
exploded just as it left his hand.
These lamp explosions are becoming
frequent and our citizens should ex
ercise more care in their manage
ment. Bad and clienp oil is the proba
ble cause. The Red C. Oil will not
The Grand Division of the Sons of
Temperance of South Carolina will
convene with Watcrcc Division, No.
9, at Camden, on the second Wed
ne8day in July, at half-past 8 o'clock
P. M, Arrangements have been
made with the railroads for reduced
rates of fare, Watercc Division, No.
9, extends a cordial welcome to all
delegates, and will entertain them at
private houses. The brethren are
urged to attend the meeting even if
it be at a sacrifice, and to make an
extra effort for the good of the order.
In the report of the Commence
ment exercises of Wofford College
we notice the name of Mr. Ildcrton
W. Bowman recorded among the
graduates of the present year. Mr.
Bowman's grauduating speech was
upon "Human Perfectibility" aud
it is said he acquitted himself hand
somely, illustrating the thorough
training through which he had just
passed. Wofford College ranks
among the first institutions of the
South, and is doing a noble work for
the cause of education. Orangeburg
has and is still reaping her full share
of its benefits.
i We are pained to record the death
of little Mary Montgomery, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Knowlton,
who died June 1,6, 1879, aged elgh?
teen months and one day. Death is
sad and the bereaved hearts feel its
pangs at any time, but who can tell
the weight of grief that rests upon
loved ones when a dear little child is
taken from the home circle, even
though we know it is only transfer
red to its heavenly home, and as a
ministering spirit will ever hover
near to guard our lives. We sym
pathize most deeply with the bereav
We were- glad to meet Mr. Willie
Stokes, who is on a visit to Iiis falb
er'? family., to spend his vacacation.
Bib Stokes is engaged in teaching in
oncof tho leading schools of Tennessee
and has been absent from our State
more than two years. Wo wish him
a pleasant stay among his relatives
anil friends, nnd a safe return to his
field of labor.
A correspondent of the Columbia
Register, writing from Spnrtunburg,
says: "I hope you will excuse me for
not keeping up with the Press Asso
ciation this week. The truth is I'm
afraid of them, because they have
Such a way of fighting anybody you,
can never get even with them.
I said 'All hail to the press1.' the
other day, and if they don't like that
I'll take it back. They went to Hcn
dcrsonvillc yesterday, and returning
last night, captured Gov. Simpson
and Gen. Moise, with a party of citi
zens here, and left early for Atlanta.
The Lord knows what will become of
Mr. T. R. Duval visited our town
on Saturday evening last and exhib
ited Edison's Phonograph. From the
size of the audicneo this wonderful
invention excited but little interest
among our citizens. The exhibition
was repeated on Tuesday cvening,but
in consequence of tho unfavorable
weather only five persons attended.
The machine' performed its part to
the entire satisfaction of those in at
tendance repioducing every word
spoken, singing, whistling, tho mew
ing of a cat or bark of a dog was as
perfectly reproduced as words?even
combinations of two or more sounds
were given back with perfect dis
The following certificate explains
Jamisons, S. C, June 11, 1879.
Dr. J. G. Wanna maker, Orange
burg, S C:
Dear Sir?The Holman Liver Pad
bought of you made a complete euro
of my liver complaint. I have suffer
ed for four years, taking a quantity
of medicines recommended to cure the
complaint, but I experienced no last
ing benefit, till the Holman Pad was
used. I have such confidence in the
Pad that I cheerfully recommend it
to the public. You are at liberty to
use the above certificate in its favor
if so desired. Yours truly,
L. R. Smith.
> We understand that a new street
has been surveyed and will be open
ed between Judge Glover's residence
i and that of Mr. N. Austin Bull's, ex
tending from Russel street lo Glover
street. Tins is a most excellent move
and will increase the value of real
estate in that vicinity of our town
beyond the expectation of the hold
ers. We trust the matter will not
die in the inception but be cariied lo
a successful end. We would suggest
lo those concerned that the proposed
street be continued on toward the
Fair Building, thus giving our citi
zens additional and beautiful locu
tions for private residences. The ne
cessity for such a prolongation is but
a matter of time and might as well
be done now as latDr.
A correspondent writing to us from
Branchville under date of June 11,
says : "The different crops under cul
tivation in this section are looking
very fine, notwithstanding the unfav
orable season. Cotton is looking
well, and blooms may be seen in this
section in a few days. Garden vege
tables are in abundance. The largest
oat crop that bus ever been grown in
this section has just been harvested.
The Democratic Club of this place
met this evening for the purpose of
electing delegates to the County Con
vention to be holden in Orangeburg
on the 21st instant with the following
result: A. F. H. Dukes, F. W. Fairy,
P. W. Fairy, Dr. O. H. Ott, D. M.
Elkins, and E. Car rail." Let us hoar
from you again "Ham,"
While bunting in the Edisto
swamp one day last week, Mr. H, O.
Smoke shot and killed one of the
largest nligators wc have heard of
in this section of the State. The
monster measured ten feet and one
inch in length and weighed about
250 pounds. His size around the
bodv was that of n common size lime
barrel. Mr. Smoke cut the reptile
open nnd found a hog inside of it
weighing fifty pounds with its leg
nnd other large bones crushed suffici
ently to admit of its being swallowed.
The bend nnd cars of the hog were
in a good atato of preservation, so
much so .that ,tlic mark was plainly
distinguished ns follows: On the
right ear was a crop and upper bit
and on the lelt, a crop and under bit.
The skin of the uligator stretched for
drying measures five feet across. Mr.
Smoke says his mate is still nt large.
Tjik on ami nation of Sheridan's
Sobool will begin on Tuesday next.
The following order of brunches will
Tuesday, 9 o'clock, Spelling and
Dictiunury ;11 o'clock, beginners in
Latin, and Grcok grammar; 12
o'clock, History, two classes, and
Geography, (small children.)
Wednesday, 9 o'clock, Reading.
Latin grammar) (Harkneee); 10
o'clock, Geographyt two classes, Lat
in grammar ( Gildsrsleeves ) ; 11
o'clock, Ciesar, Virgil, Sallust; 12
o'clock, Composition and Rhetoric.
Thursday, 9 o'clock, Xenophon
Anabasis, Algebra, English grammar
(small boys); 10 o'clock, English
grammar, two classes; 11 o'clock.
Arithmetic, 12 o'clock, Tables and
Friday night, 8 1-2 o'clock, Public
Exhibition, consisting of Declama
tion, &c. The public are earnestly
invited to attend these cxcicisee.
FttiEND Kortjohn received another
large lot of cheap goods on Wednes
day, consequently thejo has been
quite a busy scene in and around Iiis
place of business. The great demand
now is for cheap and substantial
goods, and Mr. Korljohn supplies the
demand, long felt in this community.
That the goods he offers are as repre
sented hundreds are willing to testi
fy. That they arc cheap his oppon
ents have to admit. The crowning
feature of this popular store is the
five cent counter. This modern
stroke of audacity has bewildered,
bull-dozed and revolutionized the
time honored sluinbeilng old regular,
like the brilliant orb of day, puling
the silver light of the morn?like the
electric bur)ing the gas, kerosene
and tallow dip, so dflos this modern
method of mastering monopoly
change dwaifs into giants, create fact
out of fiction and transform hard
times into sudden and substantial
Editor Orangeburg Democrat:
I see a correspondent?"Justice"?
has nominated our former Clerk of
Court, Mr. J. F. Robinson, for the
olllce of Probate Judge. Now I am a
friend of Joe's, and nm fully compe
tent to appreciate his so-called claims
for the position, being a disabled
Con fed. myself, but does it not seem
to be injudicious to make changes
when we have offices filled by compe
tent and trustworthy gentlemen, to
suy nothing of otbe^reasons, and 1
would tbercforo beg space to nomi
nate the Hon. C. h\ Glover and Cupt.
N. N. Hayden for their respective
positions and trust Hiey wiil be rc-np
In this connection I would ask,
docs it not seem to be injustice to de
prive "fractions of twenty-five" repre
Bcnta'ion in the coining Convention?
A club having forty-nine members
has but half a voice, unless there was
"a delegate at large for each club"
as formerly. Citizen.
To the Survivors of the Edisto Rifles
of Hagood's and Simonton's Regi
C'omuadfs :?The present Edisto
Rifles propose to celebrate the Fourth
of July with a basket pio-nic near the
town of-Orangeburg. They have in*
vi ted your participation, and have
tendered an eseort to you on that
day, from the town to the pic-nic
You aro therefore requested to ap
pear in front of the Court House on
the morning of July 4, 1879, at 7 1-2
o'clock, in citizens' dress, for the pur
pose of accepting the escort tendered.
During the day, a meeting will be
held for the purpose of organizing a
memorial association, to be composed
of those who served in the Edisto
Rifles of Hngood's First So. Cn. Vol
unteers, or in the Edisto Rifles of the
Eulaw Regiment, Twenty-fifth So.
James F. Izi.au, late Cupt. \ Edisto
Samuel Dmw.e, 1st Lieut. ) 2.r> S.C.V
Wr call the attention of our rend
ers to the article on the first page of
this issue giving an account of a foul
rape and murder in Spartanburg
County. Since then the citizens of
the community becoming so enraged
because of the character of the de
mon, John J. Mooie, a while man,
and the evidence that nccumulntcd
so rapidly upon him, visited the jail
in a company of 160 mounted men,
and demanded Moore. The object of
their search not being produced or
found within the jail, Moore having
been concealed by the Sheriff, the
company divided into squads of
twenty men and instituted a close
search which resulted in. finding
Mooro conconlpd under .the wall at
the side of a bridge on the Air-Line
Railroad, and guarded by four men.
The guard were overpowered and the
prisoner taken and marched back to
the city of Spartanburg. Moore was
afterward carried somo seventeen
miles, where the body of Miss Wood
ward was .found and was there hung
to a tree until dead. The idea of
burning seemed to gain ground but
was prevented by hastening on the
hanging. Thus vengeance, swift and
sure, was visited by an outraged
community upon tho person of u
most daring and brutal demon.
OuANGKnuiio, S. C, Jnnc 14, 1879.
Editor Orangeburg Democrat:
Havo we a Town Government?
Have wo a police department? Have
they (policemen) any duties to per
form? Do they attend lo those du
ties? Do they preserve the peace
and dignity of tho Town? Do tboy
have "holiday" on Saturday nights,
I mean the one who has for his beat
a certain portion of Main street,
which for noise aud the coilectiou of
rowdies bents anything in town? As
a matter of law, has any man, woman
or child, of whatcver^rnce, color or
previous condition, drunk or sober,
crazy or sane, the right inherent or
otherwise, to disturb by wild cries,
blnsphcmie.i and language most ob
scene, the peaceful slumbers of any
of the good and law-abiding citizens
of this town, the good order of which
is entrusted to the care of those who
arc well paid for their services?
Am I complain'ng? I am. Have
I the right to complain? As a citi
zen I think I have. Have I good
reason for complaint? Thus, ye citi
zens of Orangeburg, inhabitants of
the vicinity and around, back of and
in front of and nigh unto the store
and lately occupied by tho "Finder
Man," answer?Arc not Saturday
nights, ns a general thing in this lo
cality, made hideous with the loud
cries and disgraceful language of
what (to the moro fortunate Orange
burgundians who reside on the more
quiet streets, whero the policeman's
visits arc few) would appear a mob?
Gentlemen in authority, can't wc
have a change ? Can't you read the
'?Riot Act" or call out the Kdis'.o Ri
fles? Do something though the peo
ple cry, revolution! Let us have
something oillcial. Stop this nui
sance if you have lo do away with the
police department. If necessary, con
fiscate all the bad whiskey (prime
cause) in town. Recommend to some
of these bad people tho claims of the
"African Colonization Society," and
if you can do no better, send the bal
ance to?well, Congress. Spare no
means to get rid of this nuisance.
Tax the people above the constitu
tional limit, iifcrease the limits of the
Town and make more property, raise
more assessments, collect taxes twice
a year, make a sacrifice, but abate
these Saturday night nuisances.
While 1 write the air is full of foul
oaths which grate upon the cars of
men, then to think that innocent wo
men and children are obliged to hear
them 1 Said a gentleman to me, "It's
a shame ! my family cannot approach
the windows of my dwelling on Sat
We appeal in all earnestness to the
Mayor to have a stop put to these
outrageous proceedings. We can't
see why they have been permitted to
continue so long. Surely some of the
officials are cognizant of ths truth
of our statements, for they could
have been made months ago with as
much truthfulness, but were not, or
hopes that ejjlclcnt policemen might
sec for themselves. But, alas ! they
have eyes, but see not, ears but ap
pear to hear not, and whistles, pecu
liar whistles, but whistle not?till
Will you not, Mr. Editor, call at.
tention to these facts, that wc, (1
think I can spenk for the community
mentioned,) may get4rid of the most
disgraceful, intolerable and unreason
able nuisances that afllict our town.
Dots from St. Matthews.
One of our thriving merchants, Mr.
J. II. Lorycn, who, you will remem
ber, left us some four weeks since for
a trip to Canada returned on Mon
day, bringing with him one of Cana
da's fair subjects as his bride. From
a slight glimpse wc got of her as they
drove through town to their beautiful
cottage home, we think she is wortli
the trip. By tho way, thero are sev
eral old bachelors in our town who,
we think, might be bencfittcd by fol
lowing Joe's example, even if they
had to go as far as he did for a wife,
uot that wo menu to say Joe could not
have gotten one nearer home if he
hod tried, for wc all know him to be
open-hearted, generous and rather a
high type of a gentleman.
Our town seems to havo taken a
mania for putting up new and hand'
somo buildings. Besides those al
ready improved or completed, viz.:
Capt. W. B. Mack, W. J\ Cain, J.
H. Lorycn, Dr. W. T. Ton's resi
dence, with Mr. Jacobson largo brick
store und .dwelling-combined ncaring
completion, wo hear-that Mr. W.
C. Clark is going to build a .similar
structure out of wood, and Mr. Saxby
Chaplin. C. F. Zeigler ami others are
contemplating building dwellings.
Wo were blessed with a eopioim
rain recently, which came just in the
nich of time to save the early corn
crop. Cotton crops were never more
promising in this section, aud both
farmer and merchant appoar to be
happy. The farmer with n prospect
of a bountiful harvest and the latter
with the hope of getting pay for his
corn and bacon, now being rapidly
taken by the leiners. Occasional.
~* Marker Report
Corrected Weekly uy j. C. Pike.
Middling.il@ 11 1-4
Low Middling.Ui(?"i\ 10 1-2
Ordinary to Good.....10(2) 10 1-4
Rice, rough.81 35
Oats, per ewt.,.BO
Butter, country .15
ENTE K PRISE.
D)KV. S. T. IIALLMAN Is prepared to
IK Fit A ME PICTURES of al! sizes in
the neatest style of the art, and at lower
rates, for cash, tbau can be done else
where in tho county. Picture llnuglugH
also furnished on the most liberal terms.
All parties desiring work done in the
above line would do well to give him a
call at his hou.se in Lyon's Townshipi or
at, Dr. 8. A. Reeves. Satisfaction guar
anteed. April 3?3mos
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. 31 Wentworth street, near the Old
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Gents' Coats Vests aud Pants nicely
Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed. Faded and
Moulded Clothing Renewed with the
Brick I !
1 ?vi nnn firs t-class or.
1019\J\J\J ANGKBURG BltlCK
tor ?ale at the Orangeburg Brick Yard.
For particulars cmpdro of A. M. l/.lar at
the Yard or JAS. C. BELL.
A. B. k now I.ton . A. LatUROP
KNOWLTON & LATHROP,
Attornc3'8 aud Counsellors,
ORANGEBURG, s. C
Attorney and Connsellor at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
ORANGEBURG, s. C.
Offers Ids services to the public as
General Auctioneer und Collector.
Charges moderate, and all business
promptly attended to. Feb 14
H)Y A LADY of several years' experi
Ny ence, a situation as teacher of the
Engl tali branches in a school or family.
The best references given and satisfac
tion guarariteoJ: For further particulars
! address THE ORANQEUURG DSCMOCRET.
IRespectfully inform my friends and
the public that 1 ?U1 prepared to con
tract to do Carpenter's Work of any
kind cheaper than other contractets in
Orangeburg County. Work solicited,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
March 7-3mos. J. R. TUCKER,
J. A. BARDIN & BRQ.
ou SANTEE, NEAR VANCES FERRY
FERS lor sale a full aud complete
stock of Groceries, Hardware, Ready
Made Clothing, Boots and ktfioes, llats.
Caps, and Trunks, and a line line of Dry
Goods' of ail descriptions for Ladles' use
am' v jar ?also?
A full >. i of Foreign and Domestic
Wines und I ?, 'vs, Sogurs ae ,v','Hceo,
&c., Ac. *? sept, o, .o.
JA3IE? VAN TASSEL
For your Family Supplies in the way o
FINE LIQUORS, TOBACCO
and SE ARS, '
FRKSH LAGER always on draught.
GOOD FAT POULTRY and FRESH
KGGS always on hand.
Country Produce bought] at Hio highest
JAMES VAN TABSEL, Agt.,
I At Midler's OUj Stand.
} Kpo the rc/pdreoients of the people, and
X feeling deeply interested in the satis
faction of tho public, I propose to wake
efforts never before entered Jnto for the
welfare of the comiaunlty. ?
To thh end I have purchased my-Stock
and knowing that earnest and houesteu
deavors will meet with that success
which should attend it. I would ask all
who are seeking bargains I?
13 It, Y t?-.OOI>?3,
8HOC8 AN9 ?AT?
not to make purchases before ?oxatniaius;
aud I can assure you, yon ,c*ti save
by aoisa w
Theodore Kohn for Dress Goods.
Theodore Kohn for Novelties.
Theodore Kohn for Wblte Goods.
Theodore Kohn for Domestics.
Theodore Kohn for Cusslmeres.
Theodore Kohn for Fancy Gooda.
Theodore Kohn for Embroideries.
Theodore Kohn for Parasols.
Theodore Kohn for Straw Mats.
Theodora Kohn for Shoes
Theodore Kohn for Shirts.
Theodore Kohn for Neck Wear.
A well known fact that cannot be sue*
gives the best bargains to bo had in
O It A N O & B ? It O.
Every man and youth can be well dressed
In elegant style at nominal prices by
purchasing Clothing und Furnishlug
The Light H?nning
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE
aud Needles for all Sewing* Machines
always on hand and for sale cheap. .
Agent for Madame Dcmorest's
Spring and Summer Fajihlone^re now in
aud you can get Catalogues by applying
T II E ODO RE KOHN'S.
Agent forJ. ?fc P. Coats' Cotton, priee
per dozcu 55 cents. Trade supplied.
? ? - *..? 'n ,*r v.- w.i ? .?? U ?'
No trouble to give or send sample.?,
salesmen polite and anxious to show
goods. The continued rush of customer*
is proof conclusive that yon can get the
most goods for your money at
EDD1NG GIFTS AT ALLAN'.".
American nnd Swiss,
Of New aud Elegant Designs, and Ex
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, CAMEOS,
As well as less costly sets, In great varl'y
STEH LI SG SILVER WARE,
In Fresh and Beautiful Patterns, espe
cially adapted for Wedding Presents*.
SILVER PLATED WABE
[ Tea Sets, Walters, Ice Pitchers, Butter
Dishes, Cups, Goblets, Ac.
CHOICE FANCY GOODS,
French CJxxeks, Bronzes. Fine 'table Cut
lery, Opera Glasses. Fine Glassware.
The Best Goods at the. Lowest PrictSi
3m 307 KlKO Stueet.
D. W. MUSTARD,
late ov i.kwi8vllk, s. o.
Dealer in Country Produce,
398 KING STREET,
FOWLS, per doz.....3.25a3.70
Chickens, per doz.2.00a2.$5
Ducks (Eng'h) per doz.4-.00
Ducks (MVy) per do/..5.00
Geese per doe.6.00
Turkeys per doz.....12.00al6.00
EGGS, wer doz.14
PE AN JITS, per bushel.75al.l9
PEAS, clay, per bushel.C5a70
Mixed ?* .60*65
RICE, (Rough) per bushel.. 1.10al.20
BEESWAX, per lb.a22
HONEY, " .10
HIDES, Flint, per lb.10
Dry Salted, " ...8
SKINS, Otter, apiece.25a2.50
?? Coon, *?.5al6
Deer, per lb.,.15
Highest market prices obtained for all
goods consigned to me. Returns made
promptly. Couajgnmcnts solicited, ly