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CHEAP CASH STORE!
J. P. HARLEY & CO.
fs#ald call atUatto? bo <*rr LAS?E m? YARI?D etiik ?f
t^lfcb ftoar* daily receiving from
?94 (ttltr GOOD MARKHTS.
tT* make a SPECIALITY of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
&ad guarantee a SAVING to all that will give as a oa)I.
??25 J. 3?. ?Sc CO.
6E0. H. CORNELSON
I Would Respectfully inform my Friends, Customers and tho Public
gnerolly that I am now Receiving the
Largest and Best Selected Stock
and Chat the snnio is now ready for inspection, and I would bring to the
ftatfcfc) af Cash Buyers especially that they can save
From IO to 15 per cent
toy calling at niy Store before making purchases elsewhere.
Ad my Stock is too varied, I cannot' enumerate all the different goods
id &d ohort a space, and can therefore only assure them that they will find
aiaianto complete and well assorted in all its different Branches. I shall as
karotofore adhere to my old motto,
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
GEORGE H C?S^KLSOPT.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
ONE AND J^JL*
AND SAVE MONEY
By Baying your
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO & SEGARS
From the OHE A P CASH STORE ?f
ORANGE BURG, So. C%.
C. R. JONES
Hai opened in the NEW BRICK STORE nt McNamara's old Stand
with a complete assortment of
DRY GOODS, SM, HC
And all ether articles necessary for family mo, to which I respectfully in
Tita tha attention of old friends and the puhlic geuorally.
My GOODS and PRICES are guaranteed to suit evory oao.
After an experience of thirty-six years, I think I know just how to,
please my friends and customers, and returning my thanks for pnBt favors,
would say that I havc.just returned from
F U LL S T OCR
Bought ?t LOW DOWN PANIC PRICES.
I am not bragging. Come and satisfy yocrsolvcs by examining my
assortment of every description of goods.
Harness, Saddles, Plow Gearing
A General Assortment of Saddlery Hardware.
We beg to inform the Public that we have made la^o additions to our manufacturing
Establishment, and are now prepared to sell cheaper than any other Hjiisc in the South,
manufacturing all Goods in our line, we arc prepared to warrant all of them, in work
manship and material. Give us a call and see our
13uggy Harness at SI 2 per Sett
McCIJBI,T,AN SAI>nLF.S AT 8? EACH
the same that are Selling elsewhere at &1.50. These are no factory goods but the
HOME MADE AND WARRANTED.
CHAPE A U & HEFFRON
Meeting St., Charleston, S. C.
eept 18 1S7? 3m
RED RUST PROOF SEED OATS
In STORK and for sale at
J. GEO. VOSE'S
? Tho usual supply of
I) Y GOODS, HOOTS, SHOES, &C.
Constantly on hand. Prices to suit the times.
FROM ^l.OO TO
50 Cents l?er Box
TO MEET THE DEMAND FOR A S\VK
Fever and Ague Antidote
AT1 A lPRTCE
WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL.
PI1 YSICIANS PRESCRIBE Til EM
Neror was Mtdieine m Deserrcdly
?ag M 1S75 Sm
OLDEST CROCKERY HOUSE IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
128 MEETIMG STREET.
Being now prepared for the FALL TR ADE for 1875, I wish to call
the attention of Merchants to my Largo and Varied Stock of
China, Glass, Earthenware, Looking
Glasses, Kerosene Goods,
Japaned Ware, &c,
A ?rent part of it Imported IMrcei from Europe. Besides 8taplo Goods,
1 keep ays a Large Stock of
FRENCH CHINA AND CUT C1EASS.
My thorough knowledge of the business, acquired by an experience of oter Twenty
Years, enables nie to buy at the Lowest Figures, and consequently to sell at Prices on
which the Kctailer can realize a Handsome Profit.
WM. I,. WEBB,
]2?S Meeting Strcot, CHARLESTON, S. C.
21 187ft 3ma
Uns just returned from Charleston with a COMPLETE STOCK of
Ami a full supply of Liquors, A.le?9 "Wines, ?&c, both
Domestic and Imported,
Rest brands of CHAMPAGNE.
Imported RHINE WINE, warranted genuine.
The finest lot of HAMS brought into this market lately.
Tito RAH attached to the Grocery is well Stocked with good Liquors,
Wines, ?&c., and attended to by pnlito tfnd attentive clerks.
JOHJT O- MILNOR. THEO. A. WILXUR JACOB J. MARTIN
JOHN G. MILNOR & COe"
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
X>ry Ooocls, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hat?,
Caps, and Sraw ?oods, Ladies Trimm?a *0'
.I-Iats, Etc., . ? i inVtl
Jfo. 143 MEETIKG St., Opp. Hnync St., CHARLESTON fif.
NEW YORK OFFICE, 46 WEST BROADWAY. $ *
Priooe guaranteed as LOW ab any house in the city, and Terms, to .responsible
house* an aecoiuruodating. ' ' ? < ''i' ?
Ordow will meet our prompt and caroful attention. ? "; 1 "i: "
? . - ijc-.*!
?eg . 1875 o^J'jol* ?
. STHATJSS J. J. STREET JAS, H. FQ^yfE^,
j. strauss & co., l *;}.
Proprietors of the Orangeburg Rice Mill, Grisl and Satt, Mill." 1 ?x*'z
Our Mill* l>eing now in full operation, we are prepared to fill orders for Rico isi?
freshly ground (Jrist and Meal, (bolted or unbolted), at living prices.
Our SAW MILL, being situated near the Town, is now turning out superior Lanber
and bills fo; all sizes can l>e filled at abort notice. t j* '
We ein supply secondhand Steam Engines, Portable or Stot:oUarjViWJ|l
SttW Mills, guaranteed by our Mr Strauss, at less that half tho usual price. -~ , V
Highest price paid for Rough Kice and Corn. ???,?<?
JOAB W. MOSELEY.
CORNER OF MAIN AND MARKET STREETS.
take pleasure in announcing to my PATRONS and tho public1
generally that I have LARGELY INCREAEED my
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE,;
Which will be sold LOW
My STOCK is so large that I have placed a considerable portion o? i&
CORNER OF MAIN STUFET
rail road avenue
formerly occupied by Mr. J. S. Albergotti where the public will finuVaa fin?
an assortment to select from as can be shown down Town.
A fine lot of ALES, WINES and LIQUORS always on hand at b*th
I have also rented the STABLES and LOT in rear of my stor* on
Market Street where any one coining into Town can hate their Horse* care
fully groomed aud fed, and vehicles cared for. Saddle Ilnrses sail
Vehicles for hire.
JOAB W. MOSELEV,
?t ?tttti-ii~m-i?a- ?~,n?n? ??? -l-MSMaaa^MeBaBMpe^iBBWspBjBj?jpB>
BUY THE ,
SHEARER PORTABLE COTTON PRESS!
The undersigned having been appointed AGENT for the above nanad
Press, bog leave to call tho attention of Planters aud othora ia ncyd of e?
FIRST CLASS PRESS
To call and examine a model of the same, at his Office, bo fore pura&aqfaff
elsewhere. These PRESSES have tho ADVANTAGE over any ?ihorPr?i
yet Patented, for Cheapness, Durability and Economy of Labor, "beeiisa
they can be put in the Lint Room, or as near by as will suit the eaaTaaiaaaa
of parties who use them. Should any part break (which io net probable), ^
can be repaired by any common laborer. A bale of Cotton weighicg RE.
hundred pounds can be pressed with ease by two hands. These Ficaaca &r*>
manufactured under the Supervision ot Mr. JOS. STRAUS, ft Pnur?aat
Mechanic. Price $125. JAS. VAN TABSEI*,
aug 28 1875 If'
F. FLEMING. JAMES M. WILSON. JAMES ?ILF ILM?T
We have received, and are now opening, a LARGE and NEW STOCK t#
BOOTS, SHOES, and TRUNKS,
FOR FAH.1l, ITRA.DE.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED, and all Goods with our brah?
D. F. FlMlNG & co.,
Wholesale Dealers in and Manufacturers of
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 HAYNE STREET, Cor. or Cbarek Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ang 14 1875 *2
The Orangeburg Bakery,
t w albergotti, Proprietor
Oners t o tho Public at all Times
FR SH BREAD, CAKES, PIES. FRUITS, CANDIES, T?IIJff*
SETTS, and overy Description of Fancy Goods.
Wedding Cake Furnished at the SJwrtest Notiee*
A splendid tat of Christmas TOYS and PRESENTS for Childroi has just beta K?oeive4