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A. I*lvjr>OV ibr 11? o Pooplo.
Open from half-past H to 10 o'clock A.
MM and from half-past to A. M. to i p.
Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. and
the Charleston mall at half, past ? I*. M.
On Tuesdays und Fridays :t mall for
Foldcrvtllo, Vnnces Ferry and Holly Hill
closes at half-past 7 A. M.
On Fridays a mail for Knott's At Ills.
"Witt's .Mills and ltishcs1 Store doses at
half-past 2 P. M.
OKANGliUUliO, S. ?. 0,CT0DElt3, 1871?.
Big stock nt Henry Kohn all in but
.not sold. Cull at once before the
stock is picked over.
The big stock of goods recently re
ceived at Coruelsou's have all leeu
sold, but more are coming.
Fort thrco tramps for ten cents,
which, by the way, is an excellent
sogar, go to Borrentruo and Loryca,
Love sees what no eye sees ; love
hears what no car hears ; and what
never rose in the heart of man love
prepares for its object.
Mk. Jos. Eros has on hand a full
supply of scgars and lobacGO of the
first quality. Go and sec him when
you want a good smoke.
Thkue are many hair preparations
in the market, but none have so de
sirable ell'ect upon the hair and sculp
as Hall's Vegetable Sieiliau Hair H?
The Committee of Ladies to assist
on the Kdisto Hilles Fair will meet
at Fireman's Hall next Thursday af
ternoon at four o'clock. A full at
Mn. B. Frank Slater has gone on
lo Cincinnatti to buy a lot of bug
gies, and when they arrive he will be
prepared to supply his friends with a
good buggy at a moderate price.
A bachelor upon reading that 'two
lovers will sit up all night, with one
chair in the room,' said it could not be
done unless one of them sat on the
iioor. Such ignorance is painful.
Glass ball shooting is becoming
quite popular with our sportsmen:
At a match on Tuesday Dr. M. G.
galley and Mr. W. J. DeTrovillc
broke ovcry ball they shot at, ten
The effects of the recent rain? have
passed away and our streets are as
dusty as before the rains. Wells are
failing and if the drought continue
water will be an object both in the
town and count}'.
Mr. A. F. H. Dukes, at Branch
yillc, has just received a large supply
of Liverpool salt, which he is selling
at $1.25 per sack. . !Now is the time
to la) in a winter's supply. He is in
receipt ulso of a large lot of dry
Cotton continues to come in but
not so rapidly as a week ago?the
low prices of the present, doubtless,
have much to do with the falling oil
in the sales. The staple is needed at
the manufacturing centres and will
command a high in ice.
We notice piles of boxes lying in
the streets in front of some of our
stores, presenting an unsightly ap
pearance and ought to bo removed.
The street is scarcely the proper
place for old boxes. Either prevent
placing them there or have them re
Limestone campmeetiug, ten miles
above town, and Indian Fields, four
miles from Gcorgo's Station, began
on Wodncsday evening last. A good
ly numbor of our townsfolks will at
tend one or the other of these moot
ing. We wish them a nice timo and
a ?afc return.
A horse belonging to a county ne
gro while standing hitched near i\tc
railroad was frightened by an ap
proaching train, broke loose and ran
With the buggy down Russell street
and was only stopped in his wild ca
reer after he had left the vehicle
BUiashcd to pieces against an oak.
As an indication of the increased
piospority of Charleston we won hi
cite the proposition to increase her
board of aldermen from their present
number, eighteen, to twenty-four.
This looks as il the "City by the:
Sea" has not been standing still, as I
some supposed, during the present j
score of years.
The game laws shoul be amended j
some more. It is all right to impose
a line for shooting game out of season, j
put what is wanted now is a clause j
inserted to enable a man to shoot
game and catch llsh in season. We
have found it easy enough not to
ahoot it out of season. To kill it in
season is what bothers us.
Tin: recent rains nave liad a good
effect upon the pea and potato crops,
and upon that portion of tho rico
which was not loo near its slate of
maturity. These crops will he
small?far below the average, but
with good seasons from now on the
yield may be greater than wo now
Messrs. I). E. Hydrick, Hugo G.
Sheridan, Jr.. of our county, look the
train on Tuesday for Sparianburg.
These young men arc members of the
junior class of Wolford College and
go to resume their duties at the be
ginning of tho term. We wish for
them a successful course and an hon
orable future as citizens of the State.
Wj; regret to learn that our friend,
Mr. Piers, has taken offence atun ar
ticle in our last issue, concerning
"Orungcburg Then and Now," in
which his name i? mentioned. Our
correspondent informs us that he in
tended no disrespect to Mr. Piers
but only a Hille bit of pleasantry waff
indulged in, which he though! would
be properly understood.
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Folder Myers died on Tuesday eve
ning at Branchvillc, and was brought
lo this place for burial in Iks Presby
terian grounds on Wednesday. Wo
extend lo the bereaved family our
deepest sympathies with the hope
that they may realize the truth that
their little one is a guardian spirit at
tending their every want and direct
ing their life path. *
A lover's alarm clock has been
introduced in New Orleans. At 10
o'clock it strikes loudly, two little
doors open, and a man with a dress
ing-gown ami cap on glides out, hold
ing in his hand a card inscribed
''Good night." As he bows and smil
ingly retires back into the clock the
young man takes the hint, says''good
night" lo tho fair daughter and de
Pomona Grange.?The next quar
terly meeting of Pomona Grange will
be held at White Cane Grange on
Saturday, October 4th, 187?. A large
attendance ia earnestly requested, as
the meeting will be an important one
to Urn order. Masters and secreta
ries will please have their reports
ready. Hour of meeting 11 o'clock,
A. M. Kirk Korinson,
Beefy P. G. No. 17.
Printers, as a class, arc innocent,
unsophisticated men. Do any of you
gentlemen know anything about gam
bling?' asked the editor of the Osh
koeh Christian Advocate of his com
positors, tho other day, and a ceme
tery stillness reigned throughout the
oflicc. And then tho crafty editor
cried out, 'First ball, 27 !' and sixteen
printers laid down their slicks and
inquired how much their was iu the
Tue Abbeville Press and Banner
calls for a reduction from fifty to
twenty-live cents in the gale fees of
the Abbeville Fair, and says: "We
want a big crowd and the only way
lo have a large attendance is to re
duce the gate foes to a reasonable
price. Let families come in at the
late of a dollar a dozen or twenty-live
cmiIs for a single person." We repro
duce the suggestion for the benefit of
our Fair authorities.
Many of our citizens have been
watching, by means of a glass, the
course of the planet Jupiter. During
the last ten days all his moons, fouv
in number, could be distinctly seen.
The nights have been so bright and
favorablo that somo persons assert
they cau see ouo or two of these satc
litcs with tho nakod oyo. At the
present writing two aro distinctly
visiblo, one near his upper limb and
the other a few degrees lo Ida right.
The Hoard of Trustees of the Stale.
University at a recent meeting, held
in the city of Columbia, at which
three presidents of the male colleges
of the btatc were present, discussed
the propriety of opening an agricul
tural college in tho building and
grounds at Columbia. The mutter is
lo be further discussed, after which it
will be submitted to tho Legisla
ture for final adoption. It, is propos
ed to open the college by the lirst of
The Columbus 2'imes says truly "it
is a pleasure lo us lo know, and lo
feel, that wc indeed have a 'solid'
South. A South that can boast of
an annual crop of 5,000,000 bales of
cotton, 200,000 hogsheads of tobacco,
and 000,000 hogsheads of sugar
weighing 1,000 pounds each, besides
her rice, naval stores,lumber and other
production, may well be called 'solid.'
If the people of the South will be wise
in the use of those great staple Crops
and production, her power will be fell
more than it is now, and she will com
mand Ihc respect of those who are
now only disposed lo taunt her."
For tiir Teeth.?Many of the
powders and pastes now in tiic mar
ket contain ingredients like pumice
stone, charcoal, &c., which ought
never to bo used for tho purpose.
The Saponaceous Tooth Powder is
warranted to contain nothing in the
least injurious, und 1ms no equal for
its purpose, as its flavor is pleasant,
is perfectly soluble in the mouth, and
contains nothing gritty or rough for
the teeth. For sale by Dr. J. G.
Quite a number of applicants pre
sented themselves before the Hoard
of Examinees on Saturday last for
positions as teachers of public
?choo'.s. Whilst many of them fell
short of the mark aimed at, yet the
papers produced show a decided im
provement on the part of the appli
cants in the matter of study and ac
curacy of information. Written ex
aminations seem to bo having a good
effect upon the teachers and will
show itself in the schools of the
Judge Mackey, at the Lexington
Court last week, ruled that the jury
of six men, usual in a Trial Justice
Court, is not a legal jury. The word
jury in common law means twelve
bworn men, and that no other num
ber is a lawful jury. Of course the
Supreme Court will pass upon Judge
Mackey's ruling, and if it be confirm
ed thc!expense of all cases now com
ing under the jurisdiction of the Trial
Justices Court will be greatly in
creased. We hope the old law will
Judui: A. P. Aldi ich is expected to
convene the fall term of court for Or
angeburg County on next Monday.
Th'c mite bellum reputation of the
judge as one of our liest jurist will be
fully maintained through the present
session, llo lias lost none, of the
dignity that characterized himself in
common with the entire judiciary of
South Carolina. The civil and crim
inal dockets are not large and the
session will scarcely run beyond a
reasonable time for the faithful trans
action of the business.
Olk readers are particularly in
vited to call at the store of Messrs.
I). E. Sinonk & Co,, where the best
dry goods, shoes, groceries and li
quprs to bo found in Orangeburg in\-.
kept. Indeed every article is flrst
class and marked down at prices to
suit the times, which accounts for the
quick ami rapid sales made by this
house and the constant stream of
customers to be found any day at
their establishment. Before buying
elsewhere be sure to cull at Messrs.
D. E. Sinoak & Co. You will not
Mu, Fred. Dantzlcr, on the State I
Boad, in Middle Si. Matthews, has a
shoal six months old that walks on its
fore feet like a fowl. Its two rear
feet are .small, lying close to the
body and perfectly useless to the ani
mal. The shoat is active, rarely
stumbles or falls and seems to be
perfectly balanced on its fore feet,
which enables it to move swiftly and
securely. Though somewhat Btnaller
than such animals usually m o at that
age, it is perfectly healthy and seems
to thrive. This strange fieak of na
ture might be utilized in the hands of
some active ?person, by exhibiting it
as a wonderful natural curiosity.
Barn um ought to hear of it by all
Mr. Davis, recently in charge of
.Mr. Cornelson's refinery, left for
New York on Monday. His stay
was short and almost exclusively oc
cupied in business, but bo found
limo to Impress tho fevr whom he en
countered, without any forced effort,
that he was a gentleman. In this day
when tho ordinary visitor is in search
of his side of the question, and too
often to the detriment of ours, it is
really pleasant to meet a sensible,
practical man like Mr. Davis, and
exchange those courtesies which make
men feel that there is good abroad
as well as at home.
It i.-< proposed to have a Glass Ball
Tournament at the coming Agricul
tural Fair. Teams to consist of live
men each, ten balls to each man or
11 fly to the team. A pri/.o will be of
fered by the Fair Committee for the
successful Team, and the Team mak
ing the lowest score to pay for the
broken bulls. Sportsmen throughout
the county arc invited to make up
their teams, and report tho same to
either Mr. P. G. Cannon or Mr. W.
G. Alborgotti at Orangcburg on or
before the 15th instant. Mr. Cannon
lias the balls and trap to spring- them
with for those who desire to practice.
This can be made a very interesting
feature of the approaching Fair, and
we hope our sporting friends will in
terest tncmselvcs in organizing teams
to compete for the prize to be offered.
Cai fc tit the I, X. L. Restaurant at J
Briggmnn's old statul. Mr. A. M.
Izlar hasovorything in nice style, and
is doing a lively business there. He
has made great, many improvement
iu the cooking department, which is
in charge of Charlie Thorn, who
knows how to get up everything in
the nicest stylo and on the shortest
notice. Charlie solicits a call from
all of his friends and customers, anil
guarantees satisfaction. Parties at
tending Court will Hud it greatly to
their advantage lo go thorp for their
meals. Sec advertisement, in another
We heard a farmer complain the
other day that some hams ho had
bought iu Charleston were making
his entire family sick. We notice the
same complaint exists in other sec
tions, and the injurious meat is sup
posed lo be made from diseased ani
mals. Our people should be careful
of whom they purchase meat; and
merchants, for the sake of ihc Com
munity, should oiler for sale only
meat they can warrant. Rating dis
eased meat constantly will certainly
have an influence upon the health ol
the community and may be the
means of starling a fearfully fatal dis
order among our people. The best
plan is lo raise your own hogs and
cure your own bacon; Iben there
will be no fears of disease.
Tin: Edlslo Rides, after drill on j
Tuesday night last, ordered arms in
front of our residence and gave three
cheers lor the Democrat, for which
honor we made our best how and ac
knowledgements. We do earnestly
hope the efforts Ibis command is
making lo uniform itself will be
crowned with success. It deserves
well al the bands of our cili/.ens and
the proposed fair ought to be liberal
ly patronized. There is scarcely a
to?vn in the state without a military
company beautifully uniformed, well
appointed and on public occasions re
flects credit on ilie town and citizens.
Orangebiirg ought not to be behind,
bul so uniform ami equip the Edtsto
Rilles as lo make it in realit}' the
pride of our town and the boast of
Tin: Orange Light Dragoons met
at the Courthouse on Saturday, Sep
tember 29, to elect ollicers for the en
suing year with the following result:
N. N. Ilnydcn, Captain ; C. W. Cull
er, First Lieutenant; W. C. Reeves,
Second Lieutenant; 51. II. I!ile3r,
Thiid Lieutenant; j. C. bunches,
First Sergeant ; J. S. Rowe, Second
Sergeant; E. Hughes, Third Ser
geant :.F. W. Stroman, Fuurth Ser
geant ; D. J. Salley, Fifth Sergeant;
J. A. Copes, Sixth Sergeant; J. F.
-Jennings, Seventh Sergeant; A. F.
Fairy, First Corporal; W. F. Glover,
Second Corporal; J. J. Ilonck,Third
Corporal; W. C. Mitchcl, Fourth
Corporal ; J. S. Howe, Secretary ; Dr.
XI. G. Salley, Surgeon; Rev. O.A.
Darby, Chaplain ; M. I. Browning,
Solicitor. A collation was then
spread which was vigciously charged
by the Dragoons, handsomely sup
purled by a few invited guests. Of
course the result of the coulliol was a
complete victory for the gallant Dra
goons and their supporters. After
Ihc smoke of battle cleared away sev
eral gentlemen were called upon and
made .speeches. This is a line hotly
of citizen soldiery, and we hope eve
ry member of ii may live to partici
pate in many such occasions as Ihc
one of lasi Saturday.
Koktjoiin's Auclion and Commis
sion House continues to be the centre
of attraction. Our frionds in the
county must not fail to visit him and
nccure Home of tho benefits of this
homo institution. They nro always
busy receiving and turning out goods,
and yet Ihey never allow any one lo
leave without lirst being shown
through the stock by one of their nu
merous assistants, and if they fail to
sell you, then surely yon must be
liku most newspaper men, ''out of
money." Mr. Koitjohn has received
several large consignments of goods
this week which arc being sohl low
down. Hy permission wo publish a
few articles and prices: Silk and
Velvet Trimmings 1 cent per yard,
Ladies' Silk Handkerchiefs 25cts,,
Congress Gaiters 31) cts., Dress
Goods 6, <!, 7 und 10 cts., Black
Cashmere 25 cts., Bleached Sheeting
?1-4, 10 cts., Gloves 10 cts., Linen
Towels 15, 20 ami 30 cts. per pair,
Blankets 00 to $1.50 per pair. Lawns
5 cts., Children's Shoes 20 cts.,
Hoods 15 and 20 cts., Black Cloth
Conls $2.50, Black Cloth Bants 81.25,
Flannel 15 cts., Ginghams 8 els.,
Knives ami Forks, good white han
dles, 50 cts., Hose and Hall* Hose 35
els. per dozen, Buggy Whips 35 and
dO cts., and a thousand mote articles
equally as cheap which wc cannot re
member just now. Jits Grocery de
pnrlmcnt is full to ovcrllowing, and
having a large stock on baud contin
lies to sell at lowest prices regardless |
of advance-on these goods winch has
taken place all over the country. Go
to Koi'tjohn's lor anything you want,
from a second ham! Sewing Machine
to a "History of tho Next War," and
you will gel it or if not in stock he
will order it for you without charge.
On Tuesday last Messrs. Henry S.
Wnnnamaker ami 11. II. Moss left
our county for Woiibrd College at
Spartanhurg, and we commend them
to the good people of that town as
young men of excellent morul
character and high toned senss of
honor. They were prepared for col
lege at Sheridan's Classical School
in our town, and arc now sent out
fully qualified to tnko an honorable
position in the college of their choice.
These two young men will make four
students from this school now in at
tendance at Woflord and one at the
Charleston College?all maintaining
a orcdilahlo position for scholarship
in their respective classes. The Prin
cipal hopes to send out each year
candidates for a higher education in
the various colleges of the State who
will some day be a credit to his
school and an honor to the county of
their birth. He is glad to report the
school liberally patronized, and all
the departments under full headway,
with the prospect of making the pre
sent year the most successful the
school has ever enjoyed. Hoys and
girls who expect to complete their
I education at college could not attend
a better school than this to prepare
themselves. No one prepared here
have ever failed to enter the desired
class or to maintain their position
after being admitted.
The following is a list of success
ful applicants for Teachers' Graded
Certificates, September 27th, 1879:
Fiicst Gkadi:, Males : Rev. J. E.
Penney, Rev. R. Benson Tarrant,
?lohn II. Shirer, Arleinas A. Connor,
James M. Bookhart, Rev. W. L.
.Johnson, W. Benjamin Eastorlin, Ed
ward L. Aitnur, Thomas M. McMi
chad, Andrew B. Coburn, Pulaski
M. General. Total 11.
Fikst Ghade, Femai.es: Mrs.
Margaret It. Dannelly, Miss M. Alico
Tcaguc, Mrs. Rebecca P. Salley, Miss
Minnie J. Edwards, Miss Elizabeth
.J. Mackay, Mrs. Rebecca M. Morgan,
Mrs. Mary A. Pemberton, Miss liar
riet M. Evans, Miss Allene O. Mims,
j Miss Mary A. McMichael, Mrs. Kiz
zic A. Rush. Total 11.
Second Graue, Males : Harry L.
Connor, Clarence C. Ellzey, Charles
W. Walker, Paul D. Harris, Stephen
N. Berry, Philip W. Phillips, Daniel
W. Harth, Frank W. Shulcr, Lang
don C. McKenzie, John B. Thomas.
Skcond Grade, Females: Mrs.
Kizzio Rountrec, Mrs. Chai lotto E.
Johnson, Miss Otis Whilmore, Miss
Virginia A. Pinckncy, Mrs. Rosa B.
Johnson. Miss Sarah E. Johnson,
Miss M?-iou I. Saxon, Miss Lizzie
C. 1.103 d. Total S.
Tim:!) Grade, Males: Samuel
L. Phillips, Adam Adams, Jr., James
F. Cook, Moses D. Perry, Abraham
,J. K. Mitiger, Edward W. Pou, Mor
ris C. Trcadwcll, Amos J. Ballard.
I Total 0.
TiiiitD Grade, Females: Mrs.
M-llie Thomas, Miss Angeline Gib
son. Total 2.
First Grade, males, 11, Fe
males, 11, total, 22
Second Grade, males, 10,
Females, S, total, 18
Third Grade, males, b, Fe
males, 2, total, 10
Corrected Weekly nv J. 0. Pike.
Low Middling. 8 J-1
Ordinary to Good. 6 11
l.'lee, rough. ?1 20
Oat?, per ewt.,.(JO
butter, country .25
a. 15. Knowlton. a. Lath nor
KNOVYLTON & LAtHROP,
Attorneys and CouiiH?llors,
ORANGE BURG, .S. C
SAMUEL DIBBLE, ~~
Attcrnsy and Counsellor at Lav;
(Cor. Church ?.v St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
El KV. S. T. I1ALLMAN is prepared to
KRAME PICTURES oJ al! sizes in
tue neatest style of tin: art, and at lower
rates, for cash, than etui bo dune else
where in the county. Picture Hangings
also furnished on the most liheral terms.
All parties desiring work done in the
above line would do well to give bun a
call at bis house in Lyon's Township, or
at Dr. .S. A. Peeves. .Satisfaction gunr
uuteed. April ."I?ainos
LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP ! ! !
Examine, Before Buying Elsewhere, at
JOSEPH ERO S ?
At Captain Brlggmau's Old Stand,
Fancy Baker and Candy Maniifactnrer.
Ifcops positively the finest and largest assortment of Confectionery at tho lowest
Wholesale and Retail prices. A fresh stock of Groceries aivd Canned Ooods of all
duds, told ut u small advance on the cost price. The bestbraudsol Float, tho
choicest Cigars ayu Tobaccos.
FKUIT1 F??ITII FJ2UTTIJ1 FRUIT 1111
Orders for Wedding Cukes and supplies for Cakes a specialty.
Orangeburg, S. C, Sept. 20-tf
AT THE CORNER OF
Russell Street and Railroad Avenue
J. W. MOSELEY)
A FULL STOCK OF
WHICH WILL RE SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
AU inj' Old Friends and as many New Ones as will favor me with a call are rc
ectfully invited to examine my ??OOS AND PRlOEjS. April It?
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR
BOYS AND GIRLS.
Corps of Teachors.
HUGO G. SHERIDAN...'.Principal,
WM. L. GLAZE..1st Assistant,
In charge of 2nd Grade Room.
MISS E. J. MACK AY.2nd Assistant,
In charge of 1st Grade Room and Girls.
rpiils School opens on the First Monday
JL in September*annually, and contin
ues uninterruptedly until the last of June.
TEKMS I'Ett month.
First Grade, beginners.?2.00
Second Grade, Grammar pupils. 2.50
L'liird Grade, advanced English. J.uo
Latin. Greek, and German each,
counsK ok study*
First Grade?Alphabet. .Spelling, Rud
imentary Arithmetic, Writing and First
Slops iu Geogr iphy.
Second Grade, Spelling, Reading,
Writing, Arithmetic. SeeOud Steps in
Geography, Grammar. Written Compo
sltioil, Lathi, Greek and German.
Third Grade. Spelling, Reading, Writ
ing, Arithmetic completed, Geography
completed, Grammar completed, Compo
sition, History, Philosophy. Rhetoric,
[.ogle. Hook-keeping. Algebra, Geome
try, Chemistry. Latin, Greek, German
and Written Composition.
Elocution is taught in each grade.
Miss Mackay has charge of the girls.
Students may enter at any time during
tho term, and are charged only from
date of entrance.
A. liberal deduction made when three
or more children attend from the same
Roys and girls are proparad for tho
Hophouiore Class Iu any Collages or far a
successful business lifo.
Neatness of puraon, polito manners
ami a high sense honor iye considered
of no less Importance than the branches
taught, und are therefore iiicidcated
with unremitting assiduity.
Board may be had hi good families
near tho school at ten and twelve dollars
per month, including washing ami lights.
Boys and girls are kept separate and
HO intercourse allowed.
A liberal share of public patronago is
"1 ALL ON
JAJIES VjVINT TA
For your Family Supplies In the w
FINK LIQUORS, TOBACCO
ami HC AUS,
FRESH LAGER always on draught.
GOOD FAT POULTRY and FRESH
F.GGS always on hand.
Country Produce bought at the highest
JAMES VAN^TASSEL, Agt.,
At Midler's Old Stand,
ENDING GIFTS AT ALLAN'S
Aiucrioau and Swiss,
Of New and Elegant Desigus, and Ex*
DIAMONDS, PEARLS? CAMEOS,
As well as loss costly sets, in great.varl'y
STERLING SILVER WARE,
In Fresh and Beautiful Patterns, espc*
oially adapted for Wedding Presents.
SILVER PLATED WARE
Tea Sets, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Butter
Dishes, Cups, Goblets, ?fcc.
CHOICE FANCY GOODS,
French Clocks, Bronzes, Fine Table Cut.
lery, Opera Ghisses, Fine Glassware.
The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices.
3m :107 King Stkeet.
D. W. MUSTARD,
LATE OF LKWISVLLEv 9. C.
[Dealer in Country Produce,
608 KING STREET*
FOWLS, per doz.r..3-.25a3v70.
Chickens, per doz.2.00a2.65
Ducks (Eng'h) per doz.4.00 >
Ducks (M'c'y) per doz...5.00.
Geese per doz.6.00,
Turkeys per doz.12f?0al5.00.,
EGGS, per doz.14
PEANUTS, per bushel.75al.l0
PEAS, clay, per bushel.G5a70
?' Mixed " .*....G0aG5
RICE, (Rough) per bushel.. 1.10a 1.20
H FES WAX, per lb.a22
HONEY, ?? .10
HIDES, Flint, per lb.10
Dry Salted, ?? .,.8
SKINS, Otter, apiece.25a2.50
'4 Coon, 44 .5a 15
44 Fox, 44 .lOaiO
44 Deer, per lb.15
44 Goat, 44 .6
Highest market prices obtained for all
goods consigned, to me. Returns mado
promptly. Consignments solicited. ly
J, A. BAUDIN. <& BRO.
on SANTEE, NEAR VANCES FERRY
GENERAL MERCHAND I SE?OF
? FERS for sate a full and complete
stock of Groceries, Hardware, Ready
Mado Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats,
Caps, and Trunks, and a Una lino of Dry,
Good? of ail descriptions for Ladies' usu
imh1 v'.-ar ?also?
A full ,. t of Foreign and Domestic.
Wines and I ?, ws, Segars an ,v?4>hcco,
&e , &c. n sept, p, .o.