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Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
M., ami from hair-Bast 10 A. M. to 1 P.
Colm?biu jhfull! Closes at 10 A. M. and
the Cha'ifroston mall at half-past ? P. M.
On Tuesdays \and Fridays a mail for
Fcldcrvillc, Vauccs Ferry und Holly Hill
closes utnlialfjpagt 7 A. M.
On Friday8 Jt).mail for Knott's Mills)
"Wilt's Mills and. Rlshes' Store closes a,
K?lLilOAD TIME TABLE.
The trains ?rrivo at Orangcburg as fol
lows: , ?>? r. t i ?'? ?
C.n kr?v .charleston.
No. 1. ?ny. ..-.K-.0 58 A. M.
No. 13, Pay.1 17 P. M.
No. 5, WfghU^.Av.2 IS A. M.
No. G, Ni?ht.....?.1 20 A. M.
No. H.4Myw,. .10 17 A. M.
No. 2, Evunlng,.....<.0 15 P. M.
In addition-t? tho ab?vo trains there Is I
a through --Northern Express Train which
passes ^rahgebdrg as follows: Going]
Nortb/IO P.M.; going South, G A. M.
- tVi O. Dawson, Local Agent.
orangbdurg, s. 0., april 2. 1s80.
Notice;?We have made arrange
ments with the proprietors of the
Ncivs and Courier to club their mam
moth Weekly with the Democrat at
?3 per annum, for both papers, cash
A slight frost was visible on Wed
nesday morn ipg last.
MXToiA*ilSo's-eley, who has been
abseut from'"town for some time, has
returned looking much improved in
Wednesday,, evening during the
Engine test a.little colored boy was
?run over by the hack aud painfully
injured. ? rx'a"
Our best, physicians sanction and
recommend the-use of Hall's Vegeta
ble Sicilian Hair. Rcncwcr. Let all
who are gray t apply it!
A negro house on the place of Dr.
W. ?*?. Barton was destroyed by lire
on Tuesday morning of last, week,
and a little colored girl nine years
old perished in the flames.
Miti Poslell has been appointed by
the South Caroliun Railroad authori
ties Agenb for this depot and is now
in the discbarge of his duties wiih
great acceptability to the entire com
Ok Monday last, between 10 and
12 o'clock, the dwelling of Mrs. Dr.
Goodwin, of Fort Motto, was-entircly
consumed by Arc. The contents of the
house were f?rturiiately saved. No
Gek. Jas. F. Izlar, who has just
passed through a season of severe ill
ness, has sufficiently recovered to be
nbleto attend upon his ofllce. We
hope ne may sooft regain his usual
We learn from the News and Her
a'd that the Rev. T. W. Mellichamp
has charge of three churches in Fair
field County. This will be gratifying
news To-his many friends and admir
ers in Orangeburg.
Take that buckeye out of yon pock
et, and make an application of Tab
ler's Buckeye File Ointment, if you
are suffering with piles. You will
certainly be cured. Price 50c. For
Bale by Dr. J. G. Wannaraakcr. 1
The Young America Steam Fire
Engine Company invite the public
generally and the ladies specially to
attend the christening of their new
darling, "Uncle Joe," Tuesday aftcr
eoon at 3 o'clock, on Courthouse
We invite the attention of our|
readers to the card of Mrs. E. E.
Steele in another column. Gentle
men and ladies will find it to their
advantage to give Mrs. Steele a call.
Satisfaction in wotkmanship and
prices is guaranteed.
If you desire the best scgars at the
lowest possible price go to Mr. S. A.
Reeves >ybo has a full stock now on
hand.' Chewing and Smoking tobac
co, candy, toilet article and the best
drugs may be brough hero ns low or
lower than elsewhere.
Curb Yourself. Tako Hall's |
Hepatic Panacea for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Sick and Nervous Headache,
and alt 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.
We would direct the attention of |
our readers to the advertisement of
the Mutual Endowment Assessment
Association of Baltimore in another
column. As wo understand it the
scheme is not the old costly plan of
life insurance, but similar to the
Knights of Honor in its main fea
tures, and cominends itself to the
consideration of the public as reliable
On hist Sunday u tramp coming
down Ibc railroad saw an iron role
out of position and on his arrival re
ported the matter to Section Master
J. G. McKown who went immenially
and repaird the break Ilms timely
preventing what might provo to bo a
The recent report of Receiver
Fisher shows tho South Carolina
Railroad in a healthy condition with
its receipts largely in excess of its ex
penditures. Indeed a most gratify
ing success has attended the admin
istration of Mr. Ftsher every year
since he has controlled the affairs of
The Kershaw Gazette says "somo
of the handsomest girls in Camden
never saw a box of lilly-white, a rouge
brush, or heard of cosmetics of any
kind, and Solomou in all his glory
was not arrayod, etc." This may all
be true, but what puzzles us is, how
does these married editors find out
so much about the pretty girls.
A need Supplied'.?The reader
will read advertisement in another
column by Mr. C. M. Van Orsdell,
Jr who proposes to take first class
pictures in Orangehurg end save both
tho expense and dela3' of going to
the city. Call on, him- at his gailery
in front of^H?eroney's Hoieh> We
have secn'4iis/<pictur?s' ali^pronobuce
them fifst class. ' ~ \ . *N
The establishment of Mr. Job! C. !
Pike is in full blast with a full line of
spring goods in overy department
and a full corps of experienced and
polite salesmen to attend upon hi6
customers. There is scarcely a need
that cannot bo met, bran article that
cannot be supplied here, so complete
is the slock and resolute the proprie
tor to meet every demand of the trade.
LottENz's Blush Face Powder.?
A harmless promoter of beauty, im
pailing to harsh, pallid, and 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 ccapes
detection by the closest observer.
Price 2nd per box. For sale by Dr.
J. G. Wannamakcr. *
Wk regret to hear of the death of
Mrs. N. K. W. SiStrunk, which occur
red at her residence on Lime Stone
during Sunday night last after along
and painful illness. She leaves a
husband and several children to
mourn their lost. Mrs. Sistrunk was
a most excellent lady and is a serious
loss, not only to her family but the
entire community in which she lived.
We extend our deepest sympathy to
to the bereaved ones.
The New Steamer works charm
ingly, but tho Engineer, Mr. J. P.
Teller, deserved no less honor and
praise than the creature he masters.
Indeed the best pieice of Mcchanisn
would be worthies without its touch
Of genious to give it life and motion.
So with this beautiful steamer, a
useless combination of parts until the
magic touch of Mr. Teller makes iL a
lying moving working creature, the
vdminntion and wonder of every one.
The Burnwcll People, of last week,
tries to palm ofi" tho following on Or
angehurg : "Here is a little domestic
economy comedy from Orangehurg:
Clergyman?'So I hear you've got
married again, Jacobs.' Jacobs?
'Yes, sur ; I thought as how winter
was coming on, and Betty, she's got
one blanket, and I got t'other, we
might as well make it a pair and be
more comfortable, like.' " We don't
think this little comedy was enacted
Last Tuesday evening wo were in
vited by Messrs. Wm. Stoudenmire,
John Haiglcr and Henry Ross to ex
amine a large sturgeon they had on
exhibition at Mr. Cornelson's wagon
yard. The animal was captured in
Santco river on Monday night by
these gentlemen while fishing with
nets for shad and brought to town
for exhibition. It measures full eight
in length and weighs two hundred
and forty pounds, being the largest
fish ever caught in this section in the
memory of the oldest inhabitant.
The Radical party is under the
leadership of S. L. Duncan, colored,
ns County Chairman, who expects to
reorganize his shattered parly and
make a stubborn fight for tho county
offices. The first movement in the
upper portion of the county for this
purpose was mado at Fort Motto but
without any definite results. A few
Radicals from St. Matthews met the
chairman in consultation, discussed
the stale of affairs and ended the
meeting by a big drunk. In no way
discouraged, they expeel to try it
again in a different section and then
at Ornngcbnrg. Opposition Is evi
Dot?:?Tho steamer is here.
Another lot of Inc buggy whips at
The fruit tree man is again abroad
in tho laud.
A large lot of knives from 5 cents
up at Kortjohn.
Shoes at Boston cost to close con
signments at Korljohns.
The flower gardens around town
arc as lovely as the ladies.
It will soon be time to begin white
washing and painting your premises.
Price goods anywhere in town, and
then go to Kortjohn nud save money.
The Democratic clubs will soon re
organize for the wovk of the cam
The Abbeville Press and Banner
says: "The Orakgeuurg Democrat
is a live paper."
Nic-nacs, fresh and good, by the
barrel or pound, cheaper than Char
leston at Kortjohn. *
A decline in groceries has taken
place and Kortjohn is the first to give
his custom.us the benefit of it. *
There will be quite a parade of new
bonnets next Sunday. This is ouly a
supposition on our part, however.
Full stock of notions, dry goods,
shoes, hats, shirts, draws, &c, at
auction Saturday aud Monday by
Get a sack of Fancy Family Flour
and a pound of Town Talk Baking
"iPowdcr from Kortjohn and you'll bo
healthy aud happy.
A great many so-called Christians
cannot sit still throughout a sermon
of twenty minutes, but will stand
contentedly three solid hours at a cir
The fishing pole and the bait- box
have taken the place of the sling
shot. Marbles next; then vence your
rounds, knuckle down and no fudg
ing, will be in order.
An extra convocation of Eureka
Chapter, No. 13, It. A. M., will be
held on Friday evening, April 9, at
half-past seven o'clock. Council de
grees will be conferred.
.D'ul you ever consider the despot
ism of kissing? The men kiss the
women without caring whether it is
agreeable or otherwise, and the wo
men kiss the do fenceless babies re
Cak any thing bo better? I can't
think so, r.s Coussen' Honey of Tar
is the best cough remedy I have boon
able to get. One dose alone is woi th
50e.. but you can buy a whole bottle
at that price. For sale by Dr. J. G.
Hill's Hepatic Panacea. The Liv
er is the king imperial organ of the
whole human system, as iL controls
the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its proper
action all kinds of ailments arc the
natural results. The digestion of
the food, tbe movements of tho heart
and blood, the action of the brain and
nervous system, are all immediately
connected with the workings of the
liver. To keep the liver in a healthy
condition take Hill's Ilapalic Pan
acea. Only 50 cents per bottle.
For sale by S.A. Reeves.
The Chester Bulletin says that
place is full of liars and slanderers.
No one is scarce!}* free from being the
subject of calumny. The Lexington
Dispatch, jealous of the reputation of
its section, wants to know the speed
and strength of Chester's best liar,
and says they have one which they
will put against the world for the
champion belt and. $1,000,000,000.
All right, gentlemen; you are wel
come to the championship. There is
not a single liar in our whole county,
and a3 for a slanderer he wouldn't be
tolerated in our midst an hour. We
are a perfect people.
In* company with a friend we star
ted early Saturday morning last to
attend an Easter picnic at Mooror &
Culler's Mill oii the Bell Well road,
and arrived on the ground about 10
o'clock. Quite a number had already
assembled both of gentlemen and
ladies who were engaged in the amus
ement of the season, egg picking.
With slight persuasion we were in
duced to participate aud did not
dorist until utter bankruptcy made it
impossible to gp futlier. Not the
least among the pleasant features of
the occasion was a dinner that would
have satisfied the most fastidious
t,astc or reflected credit upon any
community. Tho day was quiet an
an enjoyable one, and we shall long
cherish the aeqnainlonccs made and
tho friendship formed among a people
of such boundless hospitality and
genial manners. Capt. J. W- Sellers
and Lieut. C. W. Culler placed us
under special obligations to them by
their kind attention to us, which we
hereby gratefully acknowledge.
The New Steamer.?The steamer
whieh was ordered some time ago by
the Young America Fire Engine
Company of our town from the Silsby
Manufacturing Company, of Seneca
Falls, New York, arrived on Tues
day night last, and was brought from
the depot Wednesday morning by a
detachment of men from the compa
ny. On Wednesday afternoon the
engine was submitted, by the engi
neer in charge, to a severe test trial'
before the entire lire department un
der Chief Dibble, and the citizens of
the town, to see whether she would
come fully up to the guarantee of the
manufacturers ; and we but record the
univerally acknowledged fact when
we say that the engine accomplished
literally everything claimed for her.
After all the artangements were
made, fire was kindled in tho furnace
at twenty-two minutes past 4 o'clock.
In four minutes ten pounds of steam
was generated and the whistle blown ;
in five minutes, twenty pounds of
steam was registered ; in six minutes
water was thrown, and with seventy
pounds of steam a strcom was thrown
considerably higher than the steeple
of the Baptist Church, 130 feet high,
through 150 feet of hose. After this
eight hundred feet of hose were un
reeled, reaching to Mr. Scovillc's
residence on Russell-street, and
throagh a nozzle one inch in diame
ter a stream was thrown 180 feet.
The engine was then moved to the
cistern near Messrs. Strauss & Co.'s
mill, and two lines of h03c attached
400 feet each and through 3-4 inch
nozzles two streams were thrown sim
ultaneously 170 feet; two other sec
tions were then attached and four
streams were then thrown up-hill
simultaneously 135 fe^t. These be
ing removed a line of hose 100 feet
long was attached and a stream of
water was thrown 203 feet through a
1 inch nozzle, and then 11)1 feet
through a 1 1-4 nozzle both up-hill
and against the wind. At one time
during the test five stiearns of water
were playing at one and the same
Lime, one at the engine and four at cl
distance of 100 feet away. As far as
we could learn the test was perfectly |
satisfactory in every particular and
proved the engine to be one of great
power, and fully up to the standard
guaranteed. The engine is n fifth
class Silsby with rotary motion, nick
el plated and excellent workmanship,
indeed a thing of beauty as well as
power and we congratulate the Yomg
Americas upon their good fortune In
securing an engine that is destined to
be not only the pride of the company
but of the town. We trust, that af
ter this, there will be no trouble in
raising the nccecsary amount of
money to pay the entire indebtedness
of the comdany, and to enable Ihcj
Elliotts to procure their new and im-]
proved truck. Then Orangehurg will
be as secure against fire as a town its
size possibly cau be.
The concert given at Trinity
Grange Hall, Lower St. Matthews,
for the benefit of Antioch Baptist
Church, was a complete success in nil
its appointments and yielded a net
profit of 840, which is quite a hand
some return for tho labor expended
when the circumstances and unfavor
able weather arc considered. The
pieces were well selected and charac
ters faithfully maintained throughout.
Where all parlies did so well, it
would be manifest injustice to par
ticularize moic than to say that the
thanks of the community, as well as
the church are due the projectors of
the concert for the splendid entertain
ment enjoyed. At the conclusion nn
election wus held for the most popu
lar young lady and gentleman which
wus quite a source of amusement to
the party and profit to the church.
The returning board, uftor a fair
couut, declared Miss Vinnie Felder
' the most popular lady, and Mr. Julius
A. Edwards the most popular young
gentleman, and, no protest being en
tered, Ihe election stands confirmed.
Among those who took a prominent
part in the exercises we noticed two
of the Democrat's correspondents,
"L'Estellu" and "John Joel," both of
whom deservedly shared the honors
of the occasion.
Bill Rumit died on Wednesday
morning, 31sl March. Bill was the
! friend of the white man and good
I government. He was the veteran
! colored Democrat of Orangehurg.
Perhaps the first to put in his vole
with the white people. Fearless, yet
unoffending. True always to his con
viction of what was hest for his race,
he entered the lists against hot perse
cution, and in his latest rational hour
articulated the magic name "Hamp
ton." He was buried decently with
the assistance of the white people,
and while the sod covers the remains
of the poor black man whose wcak
! ness robbed him of life, yet his cpi
j taph is well enshrined with a kindly
recollection of how faithfully old BUI
stood by the right. Peace to his
The Fifth Annual Convention
Y. M. C. A. meets in Ornngcburg
to-day, and we heartily welcome the
delegates assembled from all pails of
the State to our town and our homes.
Wo regret our 'inability to give, in
this iBsue of tbo Democrat,'- a1 report
of tbe Welcome Meeting held last
night at tbe Presbyterian Church, but
propose to do so next week. Tbe
business meetings will be held in the
Methodist Church, aud the order of
exercises below will be carried out,
as far as practicable :
friday, april 2.
Morning session.?Nine o'clock,
Devotional exercises ; 9 :30, Organi
zation of Convention ; 10, Receiving
of written reports from Associations ;
11, Why are Associations needed in
small towns? 11 :30, The importance
of reaching the boys, and how to do
Afternoon Session.?Three o'clock,
Bible reading ; annual report of the
Executive Committee; Report of
State Secretary; Report of Stale
Evening Session.?Half-past seven
o'clock, The Young Men's Christian
Association?Its origin and object,
methods of work, rclution to the
churches, &c.; The Bible in Associa
8atuuday, april 3.
Morning Session.?Ilalf.pas'. eight
o'clock, Devotional exercises ; 9, Spe
cial phases of Association Work ; 11,
Musical talent in our work?How to
be secured, developed and utilized ;
11 :3(), Importance of working com
mittees?How organized and put to
2 o'clock, Bible reading; 3:15, Re
ports of Committees of Convention ;
organization of State work ; 4, The
work of our Executive Secretary;
4 .30, District work and intervisita
Evening Session?Eight o'clock,
Song Service aud Praise meeting,
Short addesscs by Christian workers.
Sunday morning, before church ser
vices, Prayer and Consecration Meet
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
Young Men's Meeting at the Luthe
Sunday evening, closing exercises
of the Convention at the Methodist
The public arc cordially invited,to
attend the meetings, both business
and devotional, and we feel that it is
j unnecessary to urge them to do so,
as tho object fur which the Associa
tion was formed is one dear to the
heart of every Christian worker. We
promise all who attend a pleasant
and profitable lime.
State and County Taxes.?The
taxes this year are duo and payable
in two equal installments, .the first
installment payable from the 1st day
of May to the 1st day of June, and
the second installment payable from
the 15tb day of September to the 31st
day of October. It is left to the
option of any person either to pay the
amount of the first installment (one
half) ut the time the first installment
is due, or pa)' the whole amount of
his or her tax at the time the second
installment is doe. If the first in
stallment is not paid in May, penally
of ? percent, on the amount of said
installment Is added when the whole
amount is paid in the fall. In other
woids, and to make it plain all who
fail to pay the first installment in May
will be subject to a penalty of 2 1-2
per cent, on bis or her tax ; other
wise, there in no penalty added. Tlie
whole of your tax can be paid at the
first installment if it is desired.
Corrected Weekly i?y j. c. Pike.
Middling. 12 a 12 1-2
Low Middling.11 3-4 a 12
Ordinary to Good. .10 3-4 a 11 1-4
HIee, rough.81 30
Oats, per cwt.,.75
13 E M-S W A X.
1 will pay the best, piiecs for Wool in
any quantity. Also for Dry Flint and
Salted Hides, If not damaged.
John A. Hamilton.
Oct 11, isto.
LANDRETIFS GARDEN SEEDS
of every varlely, warranted
FRESH AND 'GENUINE,
anil No Water
NEEDED TO BEING THEM UP.
. . Try a few i
BEANS, CORN. CUCUMBERS,
and tail lids time,
T I?- Y AGAIN.
_ " ; /' ?
Watches and' Clocks
, attended to. f
IX PLAIN KINGS.
W. IT, Xtol>insoii,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
Russell Street, Orangeburg, S. C.
Jan. 10, 1880?ly
OUANGEDUHG, S. C.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the public that be is every day re
ceiving large additions to bis already
largo stock in all the different brandies
and that the same will be disposed of at
bis old motto, "Large sales and 6tuall
I am also receiving now and have hi
store the following popular brands of
Etiwan Dissolved Bone.
Kainit or Potash Salt.
Which will be sold at lowest prices.
I have also been Appointed agent for
B, F, .Avery & Sons,
(The largest Plow and Wagon Manufac
tory in the world.)
and have received a lot of their One, Two I
and Three Horse Wagons, also Plows
this week. Give mc a call and see for
GEORGE H. CORNELSON.
Sept. 10, 1S70.
SOUTH PAROLINA RAILROAD.
Commcniug November 30th, 1871),
Trains will run as follows:
(Daily Except Sundays.)
Leave Charleston.7 00 a in 9 00 p m
Arrive at Columbia . 11 15 a in 0 50 a in
Leave Columbia.4 l? p in 0 30 p in
Arrive at Charles'n....? 30 p in 7 22 a ni
Leave Charleston.0 00 a m 10 Iii p m
Arrive at Augusta.3 40 p in S 35 a in
Leave Augusta.8 DO a in 7 40 p in
Arrive at Charles'n...2 lf> p in 5 50 a in \
(Daily, Except Sunday.)
j Leave Charleston..'..7 00 a m
j Arrive at Cumdcn.1 20 p in
I Leave Camderi.2 15 p in
Arrive at Charleston.0 30 p m
Trains leaving Charleston a' 7 a m and
Columbia 4 15 p in make close connection
with Greenville and Columbia Railroad
to and from Walbulla Greenville, Ander
son, Spartauburg, Flat Kock und Hen
derson ville and Laurens on Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.' Trains leaving
Columbia at 4 15 p in. make close con
nection wiih trains of Charlotte, Colum
bia and Augusta Railroad, from Char
lotte. Richmond, Washington and all
j Trains leaving .Charleston at 0 00 a in
and 10]5 p in and Augusta at 8 00 a in
and 7 40 p m make connections dally with j
Trains ot Central Railroad of Georgia,
and of the Georgia Railroad for Muoou,
Atluutaand all points west and southwest
John 11. Pkck, Gen. Supt.
D. C. ALLKN, Gen. Pass, and T. Agt.
EV. S. T. HALLMAN Is prepared to
FRAME PICTUUKS of al! sizes in
the neatest style oft he art, and at lower
rates, for cash, than can be done else
where in the county. Picture Hangings
also furnished on the most liberal terms.
All parties desiring work done in the
above line would du well to give him a
call at bis house in Lyon's Township, or
at Dr. S. A. Reeves. Satisfaction guar
nnteed. April 3?3inos
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 whene'er
they visit St. Matthews, A full and
fresh stoekjconstaiuly in siore.
II O R 8 E S.
Wednesday, March 10th,
ONE CAR LOAD
H o l? s e s .
I will also keep coiiHtQiitly on band -
ring the season, a well selected stock of
HORSES AND MULES
at prices to suit tlie times. Those need
ing stock will do well to call at my .Sta
bles bet?re purchasing elsewhere.
Another lot of
will be received in a few days.
B. Frank Slater,
Orangeburg, S. C, Nov. 2?, 187!)-.'lni
In addition to the lar<;e. and elegantly
assorted stock of Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Ac., &c, also
of the best quality, cheaper than can be
bought any were else. The finest and
best stock of v
The prices of which have just been re
duced 25 to 50 cents per gallon.
D. E. SMOAK & CO.
Have fHttetl up their up-stairs, and laid *
in a stock $5,000of the' finest, best and
cheapest assortment of
to be found between Columbia and
Charleston. If you are in need of a suit
nt an}' price, Pants, Coat or Vest, don't
tail to see them before'Buying. .Tust re
ceived, 150 barrels of
Which will be sold cheaper than the
game quality can be bought in Charles
ton, make room for
to be in by the first of November.
RUST PROOF ,WHEAT & OATS
D. E: SMOAK & CO
Orangeburg, S; C. .tun? :i7 tf
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RIORDAN & DAWSON,
PUBLISHERS, CHARLESTON, S. O.
D. W. MUSTARD,
late of lewisvlle, s. c.
Dealer in Country Produce,
898 KING STREET*
FOWLS, per doz......3.25u3.70
Chickens, per doz..2.00a2.55
Ducks (Eng'h) per doz.4.U0
Ducks (M'e'y) per doz.5,00
Geese per doz.G.0O
Turkeys per doz.12.00al5.0U
EGGS, per doz.14
PEANUTS, per hufchel.75al.lt>
PEAS, elny, per bushel..G5a70
Mixed 4* ..OOab.V
RICE, (Rough) per bushel..1.10ul.2i*
! BEESWAX, per lb.?a22
HONEY, A .io
HIDES, Flint, per lb. lo
44 Dry Salted, 44 .&
SKINS, Otter, apiece.25a2,5U
?' Coon, %k .5 a 15
44 Fox, 44 .10a40
44 Deer, per lb..15
44 Goat, ?? .6
Highest market prices oblaiued for all
goods consigned to me. Returns mado
promptly. Consignuieuts solicited. 1$