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A. Puper ibr il?<e People,
Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
M., and front lndf-past 10 A. M. to 4 P.
CObuubia mall closes at 10 A. M. and
the ChaHesron mail at bait".past? P. M.
On TuesxhiVB and Fridays n nmii for
Foldervllle, Vances Ferry und Holly Hill
closes at half-past 7 A, M.
On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills]
Witt's Mills and Rishcs' Store closes a,
half-past 2 P. M.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
The trains arrive at Orangeburg as foi
N'o. 1. Day....0 ?S A. M.
No. 13, Day.1 17 P. M.
No. 5, Night.2 IS A. M.
No. 6, Nisbt.1 20 A. M.
No. 14. Day.........10 17 A.M.
No. 2, Evening.G 15 P. M.
In addition to the above trains there is
a through Northern Express Train which
passes Orangeburg as follows: Going
North, 10 P. M.; going South, ? A. M.
T. O. Dawson, Local Agent.
Orangeburg, S. C, March 12. isso.
Notice.?We have made arrange
ments with the proprietors of the
JSFcws and Courier to club their mam
moth Weekly with the Democrat at
83 per annum, for both papers, cash
Messrs. Henry and Theo. Kuhn
lelt on Wednesday evening for New
York t.o purchase full stocks of spring
und summer goods.
Town Talk Baking Powder for its
cheapness and purity excels any pow
der in the market. Get it in cans
If the person who sent us the piece j
of poetry headed "Alone" will send j
us their real name we will publish it.
Otherwise it will be consigned to the
Take Ayer's Sursaparilln to purify
the blocd and purge out the humors,
pimples, boils and sores which arc
?a?rc4y emblems of the rottenness
Lewis Kinder, the rapist, bun
from the tree on which he suffered
death, from Monday night until Fii
day evening, a ghastly warning to all
evil disposed persons.
The Democratic Slate Convention
will be called about the 19th of May,
to send delegates to the National
Convention, which meets the 22nd of
June nt Cincinnati.
Another lot of* those splendid
ntckle plated alarm clocks just in.
Parties who have, engaged them will
send in at once as the supply at form
er prices is limited at Kortjohn's. *
We are pleased to know that Mr.
M. B. McSweeny of the Hamilton
Guardian, has been elected a War
den of Hampton. The honors arc
pouring in on him, and he deserves
oil that he gets.
Mothers, fathers, sis.crs, cousins
and aunts will never be better suited
in boots, shoes, gaiters, slippers, &c,
than at this time. A large lot of new
goods in this line at Kortjohn's. Call
earl}* to get sizes.
The Guano shipments from Chai lcs
ton to the different sections of the
State for the month of February alone
foot up the enormous amount of 21,
983 tons, approximating in value very
A choice warranted sugar cured
ham at 10 cents per pound, also, glass
setts, useful and ornamental, gold
and plated ware in various designs,
fancy family flour, the best in the
market at Kortjohn's. *
Lkctore.?Rev. O. A. Darby will
deliver a lecture at the rooms of the
Young Men's Christian Association
on next Monday evening at eight
o'clock. Subject: "Hymns, their au
thors and influence." The public arc
Speak gently to my mother. She
is suffering with a severe cough, but
wc have sent to the drug store of?
for a bottle of Cousscns' Honey of
Tar, which is highly recommended
by all who have used it. Price 50c.
For sale by Dr. J. Gr. Wanuamaker 2
We offer our sincetest congratula
tions to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Walker
on the event of Tuesday last, and
wish for them more than worldly
happiness and prosperity. May no]
turn of the wheel of fortune yield
them aught but the blessings of a pure
On a recent visit to Columbia wc
had the pleasure of meeting Bro. Mc
Lenna, the versatile editor of the
Johnson, S. C, Monitor, at the office
of the PalmHlo Yeoman, where wc
also met Mr. McJunkin, the affable
editor and publisher of the latter
journal. Both of these gentlemen
publish live papers, and we wish them
long lifo and prosperity.
I know a lady who had an ugly
wart on her nose removed by the use
of Cousscus' Lightning Liniment.
For corns and bunions it is tip-lop.
Use it for rheumatism and sore thront,
also, and be cured. Price 50c. For
sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamaker. 2
Taxas is not a good Stale to run
for office in, lor a fellow seldom lives
out his term, no matter what the of
?ce is* They rotate 'cm out with
their little pistols. Still there is n
reasonable supply of candidates gen
erally, and places don't go ,abeg
CtUlE Youuski.k. Take Hall's
Hepatic Panacea for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Sick and Nervous Headache,
and ali diseases arising from a torpid
Liver. It is purely vegetable, and
satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Price 50 cts, per bottle.
For sale by S. A. Reeves.
"Who is IIk??The Radicals have
appointed county chairmen for the
several counties in the State. We
have made diligent inquiry, for the
past two or three weeks, as to who
has been appointed chairman for Or
angeburg Count}', but willi no suc
cess. Can any one tell us?
Gen. Jas. F. l/.lar, after an ab
sence of several days in attendance
on the court at Hampton and at a
meeting of iiie Democratic Executive
Committee at Columbia, returned to
Ids home on yesterday, fatigued ami
worn out, but only to enter upon the
trying duties of his large practice.
Du. B. R. Lee, who recently gradu
ated at the South Carolina Medical
College at Charleston, returned to his
home last week and is now prepared
to enter upon the responsible duties
of his profession. We wish for our
young friend a long career of useful
ness, of honor and of most gratifying
We had the pleasure of a visit
from Dr. DuRois one day last week,,
and we were right glad to welcome
him to our sanctum, lie takes a
hopeful view of the future politically,
and thinks if Grant is nominated by
the Republicans ho will be defeated if
the Democrats are judicious in their
selection of a candidate.
Lokknz's Blush Face Powdeu.?
A harmless promoter of beauty, im
pniting to harsh, pallid, nnd bronzed
complexions the fresh bloom of health
and vigor. Being an ar icle of such
delicate fineness its skillfull applica
tion produces a rich exquisite blush
so true to nature that its use ecapes
detection by the closest observer.
Price 2?ct per box. For sale by Dr.
J. G. Wannamaker.
SllAltrEltS arc traveling along the
Alabama, Georgia and Florida bor
der pretending to ?ell machinery.
They gc,t a man to sign a blank order
ing certain kind of machinery. The
next thing the farmer, hears of tho|
machinery, is a note presented to him
for, say 8150, written on the blank
above his signature. This fraud
seems to be popular with sharpers all
over the country.
We are officially informed that the
Orangeburg Agricultural and Me-1
chanical Association propose to hold I
a Floral Fair at their building during:
the month of May. Ladies, who de
sire to aid in this enterprise, will do
well to begin in time to nurse their
gardens. Let the present year's Fair
excel those of previous years. This
can be done und will be by the fair
ladies of our county.
The town was literally alive with
robins the early part of the week,
and, the authorities having suspend
cd the prohibition against shooting
within the incorporate limits, nearly
everybody who could muster a gun
was on the robin hunt. For two
days the war was waged until the
poor birds abandoned the field for
safer feeding grounds. It is said
that hundreds were killed.
A couple in France made a wager
that they could kiss ten thousand
times in ten hours. They scored two
thousand fair, square smacks the first
hour, a thousand the next hour and
soven hundred and fifty the third,
when the fellow was seized with
cramp in the jaw and succumbed.
The Philadelphia Times thinks
America could get up a much super
ior article of kissist.
The Lexington Dispatch comes out
fairly andsquarely against rotation in
ollicc, except "for cause." It says:
"The longer the service of an officer
the more thoroughly is he acquainted
with and qualified to perform the du
ties of his ollicc ; ami so long as he
proves himself industrious, honest,
capable and alive to the wants and
interests of the people, so long should
they recogni/.c his work and reward
him by retaining him in ollicc."
Under the order of the Republican
State executive coiniuillcc Hie Sucre-j
sary has issued orders to their chair
man of the executive committees o!*
the several counties to call county
conventions for the purpose of select
ing delegates to a Republican Slate
Convention, which will meet in Col
umbia on April 28. The number of
delegates from each county is to he
upon the basis of representation in
ihc lower House of Uic Legislature.
Mr. Henry Hammond, of Barn well,
was nominated by the President and
confirmed by Iho Senate for the olllce
of Census Supervisor for the District
in which Orangeburg County is loca
ted. Mr. Hammond, wc suppose,
will enter at once upon the duties of
his ofliee by recommending for ap
pointment a sufficient number ofccn
cub takers to complete the work by
the last of June according to act of
No winter of equal mildness with
the present has been known, within
the memory of the oldest inhabitant,
and knowing ones predict that cold
weather will not end with February.
At all events it is the part of wisdom
for our farmers to bo on the sure side
by saving enough cotton seed for two
full plantings. The surplus of seed j
thus saved will not be lost, because .
they may be applied to corn with!
equal advantage at a late stage of its j
Tub Democrats having just carried
the municipal election in Pillsburg,
Pa., the able Republican editor of the
Dispatch appearsbefo e the footlights j
and ibc.s .addresses bis Republican au
dience: "This result comes not only l
from high taxes, bad government and !
cowardly representatives, bul unless'
the ghost Of third tcrmism and one j
man dictation uro speedily laid by the
exorcising influence of the parly lead
ers, much of the parly's power will
be filtered away.''
Yesterday morning about live
o'clock the lire department were call
ed from sleep to labor by the burning
of the stable and barn of George
Williams, colored. Notwithstand
ing the unfavorable condition of j
the weather and streets a few min
utes sufficed to get everything under
full play, not a moment too soon,
however, to save the d we Hi nil and cf
fects of W.illiams from tolal loss, j
The origin of the lire is unknown,:
but it is supposed to have been the
work of an incendiary.
Bad Money.?Spurious gold pieces
of coin have been delected in circula-.
lion in Charleston. They ate genu
ine coins, but they have been cut and
the inside taken out and replaced;
with lend, and ihe work is so artistic- i
ally done that the fraud is very dif
ficult to detect. On last Sunday a
collector in that city received a ten |
and a twenty dolln.i gold piece of that
kind. They were opened and weigh
ed, and it was ascertained that from
the two piece s seven dollars worth of
gold had been abstracted and replac
ed with lead.
Hill's Hepatic Panacea. The Liv- j
er is the king imperial organ of the
whole human system, as it'controls
the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in iis proper
action all kinds of ailments are the j
natural results. The digestion of
the food, the movements of the heart
and blood, the action of the brain and
nervous system, arc all immediately
connoctcd with the workings of the
liver. To keep the liver in a healthy
condition take Hill's Ilapalic Pan
acea. Only 00 cents per bottle.
For sale by S. A. Reeves.
Another excursion to Charleston
for the benefit of the merchants and
fanners of the State has been arrang- 1
ed by the railroads. Tickets may be j
purchased from the 1 Olli to the 20th I
instant at Ihc following low rates from
points in Orangeburg County for the
round trip : Fort. Motte, 82.00 ; St.
Matthews,S 1.85 ; Orangeburg, SI.GO ;
Graham, $1.60, and Branchvillc,
SI.35. Visitors to Charleston, hav
ing excursion tickets, will be furnish
ed with board at low rates. Tickets for
this excursion will be good for one
week from day of purchase.
In the course of Iiis regular Friday
night talk Mr. Becchcr said recently :
"I take up my paper and sec one
page, which may be called the jail
page, and J some'hues wish the edit
or himself wcro behind the bars. Il
contains the record of crimes. Then
there is another page, the hospital
I ->gc ; a man has broken his neck, and
not the right man. And then there
is Ihc wrangling page, where all the
fault-finding and grumbling gets in
print. Here and there I find gleams
of knowledge and light. But it is
not a fair exponent of life. True
life is hidden behind household
Once more- the prospects of our
farming community arc brightened
by a continuous fall of rain which has
melted the hard soil and will leave it
in a proper condition to receive the
seed and send forth the young plant
with a vigorous growth. Much of the
corn is already planted and will now
come op and grow oil' with a good
A Washington letter writer says:
"Census supervisor nominations will
be disposed of in a few days, it is
hoped, by the Senate, and I wish to
put on record a belief th at the whole
albdr has been discreditable to both
the administration and to the Senate.
The President made a mistake in not
appointing them impartially and the
Senate in making any fuss over the
The Johnson Monitor, of last week,
says: "Wo spent live minutes with
Bro. McJunkin, of the Yeoman, while
on u Hying visit, to Columbia last
Saturday. And here we had the picas
uio of meeting and forming the ac
quaintance of Bro. .1. L. Sims, of the
Okanoebuuo Demockkat. One touch
of the "art preservative" makes all
the fraternity kin. Two working men
and clever fellows, may they live long
and their respective papers flourish
like green bay trees. The Yeoman
and the Demockat are always v?el
ectee visitors at this office."
It will be a source of gratification
to our citizens to know that arrange
ments have been complete d by which
the Young America Fire Company
will secure the long desired steamer.
The engine agreed for is a No. 0
steamer of the rotary movement, and
built by the Silsby Manufacturing
Company of Seneca Fulls, N. Y.
Now that we are to have the steam
er let an ample supply of water bo
provided, so that every portion of the
town may be within reach of its pro
tection. Besides the security thus
afforded against fire, there will be'
the additional advantage of low rales
of insurance which will more than re
place the money expended lor the
engine. We congratulate Chief Sam
uel Dibble and his entire department
on the successful issue of their efforts
and hope that when the steamer ar
rives new zeal may be infused in the
companies and many accessions made
to their roils. Tim town council de
serve the thanks of the community
for tin* aid given and interest mani
fested in perfecting the purchase.
Urn town was visited on Monday
last by the llartly-Denck Combina
tion who favored our citizens with
two of their grand musical, dramat
ic and humorous entertainments. Mr.
J. W. Hartley, the senior member, is
quite an accomplished elocutionist
and humorist. His recitations from
Hamlet and Julius Ctvsar, especially
Ihn latter, were fine, fully up to the
standard maintained in average thcr.
tres. His rendering of "Jim Wolf
and the Tom Cat" was inimitable,
bringing down the house from the be
ginning to the end. Mark Twain's
funeral on Tuesday night was equally
as fine. Mr. J. II. Denck, the Pian
ist, enjoys the reputation of being one
of the finest performers in Air erica
and on Monday evening cainc fully
up lo the expectation of the audience.
The most delicate touches brought
out the finest melody ; while under a
master's stroke, the instrument yield
ed its full lone softened even in its
louduess. Often both Hie full volume
and delicate melodies were nicely
blended in the sweetest music lh: t
charmed the ear by its magic power.
CouitECTKU Weekly itv .1. C. I'ikk.
Middling. 12 1-i a 12 5-S
l.ow Middling. 12 a 12 l-i
Ordinary to Good.IIa 11
roi ntuy l'boouce.
IS Ice, rough.si -?"
Oats, per owl.,.7">
Mutter, country .?_'"?
B E E S W A X.
1 w ill pay the best piicos (or Wool in
any quantity. Also for Dry Flint and
Salted Hides, if not damaged.
John A. Hamilton.
Get 11, 1s7!>.
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1880 St, Valentine. 1880 j
VALENT1N KS V A LENTINGS
.Just received at
A large tint! well selected lot of
Comprising the '"Latest1' in Sentimental
and Comic styles^
Now is the lime to got bargains in Winter
Goods?closing out the small lots loft
you will li< ver get them as cheap as now
Wooleir Goods arc continually on the |
rise?lay in your supplies now if you
want to save money.
of new goo.Is comprising all the Noyel
ti s of the season.
Dress Shirts ?' ollar? tmd Culls have
ndvaueed '-'?"> per cent, hut having a good
stock on hand, as long as the stock la>ts
will sell at old prices. Don't neglect
the golden opportunity.
THE LIGHT RUNNING
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE
Still holds its p.siiion of supremacy; in
fact, il its sales continue to increase as
they have done during the ?last few
months it is evident that they will soon
he equal to the sales of all Other ma
chines put together.
| Valuable improvements have been
made in it from lime to time. The latest
Is the new Treadle, which runs on scale
pivots and the pitman connects with a
balance wheel with a ball joint thus se
curing lightness in running with absolute
Needles for all the various machines
Attachments, .Shuttles. Oil. &c, always
on hand and for sale arthe lowest prices.
Ii E L I A R L E r A T T E R N S.
Onmgebnrg, S. C, Oct. 10, 1S70.
L. S. WOLFE, D. D. S,,
Graduate of llnltimore tVeutai College.
Olllcc over I). Louis' Store,
Oilers his professional services to the oll I- j
aims of Orangeburg and adjoining coun
Teeth extracted without pain by the
.use ol Nitrous Oxide (ia1. the safest an
aistlnvic Known to science. Satisfaction
~ .Inn. .10, 18-0?ly
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD1
Knvxn Orrs TTAitn.
Cam bs Made any Stbkkgtij Dksibkd. I*a.et
twick ah i.o.vc.
Ei:ci:e: Cured without Lnzz^Z tha Gyitca.
Cxiil's and FcTcr,
Sick 4 a'ervon9
Tin>?i> Puls Cure nil Diseases t>y Absorption. No
Noxious I'ilt*, Oils,or Poisonous Mr.ltducs arc taken
into Uio Stomach. The I'mls are worn ?vi r the lit
of ?i<> Stomach, covering Uio Urcat Nervo Centres,
also tin: Liver nn<l Stomnch. A male VcRctAulo
Tonic is absorbed Ititothocirculationof the Itl.xxliirt<l
1 Iver, purify tug Ui iUUhm], stimulating tlie I.lvcrnml
Kitlneyn to healthy p.ctlon, ami strengthening tho
Stomnch to digest root!. 1'iucx op Pads it anh tl
kacii. Sold uv all I)ituooi?>Ta,or sentby -Mail
,\lu:n.fac4ir<.d at S'J & 11 Xoiitii I.ibkuty St.,
' For Sale by
S. A. BEEVES.
.1 an. 3 ). 1S80?ly
.T.V"?tTSiS ~\'-\?TS t j\<?> KI,
U agent for the sale of the celebrated
fJALD MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY^
(he pun si brand in (ha known world
CALL! CALL!! CALL!!!
and sample for once in your lives a pure
MOUNTAIN WHISKEY. ?
It has no equal. Also on hand the cheap
est I .'rands of
SMOKING ami CHEWING TOBACCO
in (he market.
A full line of Staple and Fancy
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Give me a call and be convinced that
this advertisement is no humbug.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
At Midler's Old Stand.
G-EO. H, CORNELSON,
ORANGERURG, S. C.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form tlio public ihat Ira is ovorj' day rc?
coivhig largo additions to Iiis already
largo stock in all tlic dill'urcnt branches
and that the same will be disposed of at
his old motto, '"Large sales and small
I am also receiving now and have hi
store the following popular brands of
Eli wan Dissolved Rone.
Ivainit or Potash Sal:.
Which will he sold at h west pi ices.
I have also been appointed agent Jor
E, F, Avery & Sons,
( The largest Plow and Wagon Mann lac
lory in the woi Id.)
and have received a lot of their One, Two
and Three iiurse Wagons, also Plows
this week. Give me a call and see for
GKOHGK II. COUNISLSON.
Sept. 1!), 1S79.
Edison's Eleotric Light,
Stock worth 10'J per share now selling
from 3,000to n.000.
I inn still selling Lar.drcth's New Gar
den Seeds for 5 cents a paper, although
some one who sells Ferry's < toUllllissioti
Seed has been SO kind as to tell the peo
ple that I sell old seeds; but my numer
ous customers know Lambeth's Seed be
cause they have tested them, ami I will
be pleased to supply them now. in any
quantity. Also order any variety not on
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
for sn'e low down, to close oat my
done on Watches. Clocks, Jewelry. &e.,
at i uasouablc prices.
Don't forget lo examine our large collec
.lust reclved by
AV. X^, Xtol>iiison,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
Russell Street, Oraugcburg, S. C.
Jan. 10, 1SS0?ly
SOU Til CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Contmcnhig November 30th, IS70,
Trains will run as follows:
(Daily Except Sundays.)
Leave Charleston.7 00 a m !i 00 p m
Arrive at Columbia . 11 15 a ui (i 50 a in
Leave Columbia.I 15 p in 5)30 p in
Arrive at Charlcs'u... i' 30 p in 7 22 a in
At'UL'? I A D1VIS1I >N.
rieave Charleston.I) on ;; m 10 15 |? in
A i rive ai Aligl.Sta*.....3 10 p in 8 .'!."> a III
Leave Augusta.8 on a in 7 40 p in
Arrive at Charles-u...*2 15 p in 5 50 a in
(Daily. Except Sunday.)
Leave Charleston.7 00 a in
j Arrive at Cauideii.1 '20 p in
Leave Caindon.'2 l"i p in
Arrive at Charleston.0 30 p ill
Trains leaving < harlcstnii a) 7 in and
Columbia l 15 t? m make close eonueeiion
with Greenvlllu and Columbia Railroud
to and froiii Walhalla Greenville, Ander
son, Spartunburg, Kl it Rock ami llen
dersohville and Lttiireus on Tuesday,
riiursday ami Saturday. Trains leaving
Columbia at 1 Iii p m. make clo.^e con
I'Tiecthui with frains oT Charlotte, Coluiii
bia and Augusta llailroad, froin Char
lotto, Richmond, Washington and all
Trains leaving Charleston at 0 00 a in
and 10 15 p.in , and Augusta at S 00 a ill
and 7 10 [> ni make connection:! daily with
Trains ol Central Railroad of Georgia,
and of thn Georgia l'tailroad for Maeon,
Atlanta and all paints we?i and southwest
John R. Pkck, Gen. Supt.
D. C. Al.l.kn, Gen. Pass, au I T. Agt.
EN T E KP 11ISE.
j5 EV. S. T. IIAT.LMAN is prepared to
*?j PRAME PICTURES <d til! . ?Issi* in
the neatest style oflllU art. and at lower
rates, for cash, than can he done else
where in the county. Picture Hangings
also furnished 011 the most liberal terms.
All parties desiring work done In the
above line would do well to give him a
cull nl his house in Lyon's Township, or
at Dr. S. A. Lceves. Satisfaction gitar
iinteed. Api il ?'(?Slnios
IN PLANTATION GOODS,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
St. Matthews S. 0.
We respectfully call the attention of
the farmers to our general stock
of GOODS and solicit a call whe::?.t
they visit St. Matthews, A full ami
fresh stock constantly in store.
Oet 3 IIIO
11 O 11 S E S.
Wednesday, March lOfch,
ONE CAR LOAD
EE o i* s e s ,
I will also keep constantly on hand du
ring the season, a well sei eel ed stock of
HORSES AND MULES
at prices to suit the times. Those need
ing stock will do well to call at my .Sta
hles before purchasing elsewhere.
Another lot of
will he received in a few days.
S A TISFA CTION O CAR ANTE KD.
B. Frank Slater.
Orangeburg. S. C, Nov. 28, lS79-'Jni;
In addition to the large and elegantly
assorted nt?ck of Dry Goods, lto'ttS anil
Shoes. Hals, &C., i&C, also
of the best quality, cheaper than can he
bought any when; else. The fittest ami
heat stock of
The prices of which have just been re
duced 25 lo 50 cents per gallon.
I). e. smoak & co.
Have fitttcd up their up-stuirs, and laid
iu a stock $5.000 of the finest, best and
cheapest assortment of
to he found between Columbia and
Charleston, if you are in need of a suit
at any price, Pants, Coat or Vest, don't
tail to see them before buying. Just re
ceived, 150 barrels of
Which will be sold cheaper than the
same quality can he bought iu Charles
ton, make room for
to be in by the first of November.
rust proof wheat & oats
D. E. SMOAK & CO.
Orange', urg. S. C. June 27 if
Ths Weekly News*
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2? Subscribers 1 "year at 91 ?O ;t7 f>U
RIORDaN ?i DAWSON.
PUBLISHERS, CHARLES I ON, 8. C.
D. W. MUSTARD,
I.ATE OK LUWISVLI.K, S. C.
Dealer in Country Produce,
O'JS KING STREET,
FOWLS, per doz.U.S.nuLTO
Chickens, per doz.2 U0a2.??
Ducks (Eng'b) per do/..4.0(1
Ducks (MVy) per do/..?.00
Gccsu per do/,.....6.00
Turkeys per doz.12.00al?.UO
EGGS, per doz.14
PEANUTS, per bushel.7ual.ll)
POTATOES, Sweet.1 .-25al.50
PEAS, clay, per bushel.Gf>a70
" Mixed k* .6?:lG?
RICE, (Rough) per bushel..l.lOal.20
BEESWAX, per lb.a22
HONEY, " .10
HIDES, Flint, per lb. 10
?? Dry Salted, ik .S
SKINS, Otter, apiece...2oa2.5U
?* Coon, '? .u?l?
Fox, " .10a 1U
" Deer, per lb.15
" Goal, " .6
Highest market prices obtained for all
goods consigned tome. Returns inade
promptly. Consignments solicited, ly