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CHEAP CASH STORE !
J. P. HAELE? & CO;
Wo would call attention to our LARGE and VARIED stock of
"Wbioh wo are dailyreceiving from
\r jg W y q r
Ab* ?&? GOOD UABBLBT?.
Wa make a SPECIALITY of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS ?
And guarantee a SAVING to all that will give us a call,
dee 25 J*. IP. HARLEY <fc CO.
I would Respectfully inform my Friends, Cuatomors aud tho Public
geaercdly that I am now Receiving tho
Largest and Best Selected Stock
and that the same is now ready for inspection, and I would bring to the
notico of Cash Buyers especially that thuy can save
From lO to 15 per cent
by calling at nay Store before making purchases elsewhere.
Aa my Stock is too varied, I cannot enumerate all the different goods
in so short a space, and can therefore oiily assure them that they will find
the same complete and well assorted in all its different Brauches. I shill as
herotoforo adhere to my old motto,
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
GEORGE II CORNELSOJT.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
OISTE -AJSTD _A_L_Li
AND SAVE MONEY
By Baying your
ales, wines, liquors,
tobacco & segars
From the CHE AJP OA.SH STOEB of
J. WALLACE CANNON'S
ORAjYGEBURG, So. Ca.
C. D- KORTJOHN
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Begs to inform his friends, patrons and tbo public generally, that hat
ing DISPOSED of his .
Entire Stock of Liquors,
?'!.?: ! 'ft j
Now desires a CONTINUANCE of their-patronage by offering to Jim. cus
tomer*'at QUICK S?LES and SAlAXL PROFITS a COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT of n !
And as my stock is too large to mention every article, 1 respectfully'
solicit an inspection, of my goods.
Goods shown free of charge. Call and aee. , .
C. 33. KORTJOHN.
H?b opened in tho NEW BRICK STORE at McNamara's old Stand
wittra complete nssortmont of
And all other articles necessary for family use, to which I respectfully in
vite the attention of old friends and tho public generally.
My GOODS and PRICES are guaranteed to suit every oh?.
After an experience of thirty-six years, I think I know just how to
please my friends and customers, and returning my thanks for past favozo,
would nay that I have just returned from
Bought at LOW DOWN paxic prices.
I am not bragging. Come and satisfy yourselye? by examining nsy
assortment of every description of goods.
j! Harness, Saddles, Plow Gearing
A General Assortment of Saddlery Hardivare.
We beg to inform the Public that we have made large additions to our manufacturing
KfMabliHhmcnt, and are now prepared to ?eil cheaper than any other Hjuso in the South,
manufacturing all CJoodsin our line, we are prepared to warrant all.of them, in work
manship and material. Give us a call and sec our
.TBxiercrv Harness at 6?12 per Sett
fofc> y AND OUR ,
fticCLEXLAN saddles at $3 each
the name that aro Selling elHewhere at 3-3.50. These ere no factory goods bat the
genuine ; , , ? .
HOMEMADE AND WARRANTEp.nMT
Meeting St., Charleston, 8. C.
acpt 18 1876 3m
RED .JHJST PROOF SEED OATS
In STORE and for sale at
J. GEO. VOSE'S
Tho usual supply of
13 y goods, boots, shoes, &c.
Constantly on hand. Pricca to suit the timto. :
'! i > GOODS ?pLrrKREix
FROM ^l.OO TO
50 Cents Per Box
TO ?EST THE DEMAND FOR A SfcFE
Fever and Ague Antidote
AT A PRICE
WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL.
ph YsrcuNS prescribe them
VST Never was Modirin? m Deservedly
??g H 1875 3m
OLDEST CROCKERY HOUSE IK CHARLESTON, S. C.
128 MEETIMG STREET.
Being now prepared for the FALL TRAIDE for 187?, I wish to cell
the attention of Merchants to my Large and Varied Stock of
China, Glass, Earthenware, Looking
Glasses, Kerosene Goods.
Japaned ware, &c.,
A great part of it Imported IM root from Europe. Besides Btaple Goods,
I keup'nlways a Large Stock of
FRENCH CHINA AND CUT GLASS.*
My thorough knowledge of the business, acquired by an eiper?'dce of over Twenty
Years, enables me to buy at the Lowest Figures, nnd consequently to sell at Price* on
tvldch tlx* Retailer can rcnlixo a Ilaudaome Profit.
wm. l,. webb,
128 Meeting Street, CHARLESTON, S. a
21 1875 3ms
JOHN Q- MILNOR. -! TIIE?. A. WJXSUR. ' J?COii' :J. ^ MA RTIN
JOHN O. MLLNOR & CQ
WHOLESALE DEALER Ilf; ' \-tf
X>ry Goods, Fanot 'GoLds, ?lotHix^Alats,
Caps, and Sraw Go?db, Ladies TriiSra?S
BJEBTIIfG St., Qpp.Hayne CI?A^t^fT^ '^a*
NEWTORK OFFICE, 46 WE?T BROADWAY. ' .'
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Prices guaranteed as LOW as any house in Uje city, and Terap,to rtaposnllV "
hoiucn jw aeoowiao;i?UiiR. r '?< .. ,,. r-i'i y, (?
Ordoau will moct our prompt and careful attention.
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an? 1876 , - iMf'i IV*
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fl STpAUSS ,JfJ. ?T !t .^v^r^H^?fb
?1*0 J. STRAUSS & CO.? T ' V"?r w
Proprietors of the Orapgeburg Ewe MM, Grfcl and Saw' ffjjj
Onr Mil in beinR now in fall operation, we are prepared to fill orders/?r "Ries's?3v*^'
freshly ground ?riat and Meal, (bolted or unbolted), at living prices. t .r . .
Our SAW MILL, being situated near the Town, is now turning out superior' LftaMf
and bills for all sixes can be filled at short notice. ' * r*M
We can supply secondhand Steam Engines, Pcrisb!#or Stationary, a??
Sa\T JVllll?, g??fanieed by our Mr Strauee, at less that half the usual price.
Highest price paid for Rough Rice and Cora. , nj?jmi -
JOAB W. MOSELEY,
CORNER OF MAIN AND MARKET STREETS,
n .a .o
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tako pleasure in announcing to my PATRONS and tho PUBLIG !
generally that I have LARGELY INCREASED my '.'
STOCK OF MERCHANDISER
Which will be sold LOW
My STOCK is so large that I have placed a considerable portion af U
COENER OF MALST STREET
AND ? t .o .;
RAIL ROAD AVEXtXE
j . d
formerly eccupied by Mr. J. S. Albergotti where the public will'find a* ffaa , ,
an assortment to select from a? can be shown down Town. ?? u r
A fine lot of ALES, WINES and LIQUORS always on hand at both *
I have also rented the STABLES and LOT in rear of my ster*?tt-< * )
Market Street where any one coming into Town can have their Hone* oara-tJ/ ?
fully groomed and fed, and vehicles cared for. Saddle Horasqand j j (
Vehicles for hire. <'
JOAB W. MOSELEY. * - >
BUY T H E
1 >d Ji'l
S11EA11ER PORTABLE COTTON PK^SSt _ ,?
The undersigned having been appointed1 AGENT for the above ?aa*#>^I
Prete, beg leave to call the attention of Plantora and others in Baad af a -
FIRST CLASS PRESS
To call and examine a model of the same, at his Office, bo fere parakyaf v yy
?liewhere. These PRESSES have the ADVANTAGE over any other ?r&? ',
yet Patented, for Cheapness, Durability and Economy of Labor? r^**^
they can be put inthe Lint Room, or as near by as will suit the eeaveaieettf *?.
of parties who use them. Should any part break (which ia not probobl5) i?, >*\
c?n bo repaired by any common laborer. A bi^le of Cotton wci^hiog els ,v*?
hundred pounds can be pressed with ease by two hands. Th?SoTres^?f? 9
manufactured under the Supervision oi Mr. .TOR. RTR^At1^. j rrartisBl
Mechanic. Price 0125. ' JAS. VAN TAfl??L. 1 '?:rv
aig 2S i[ ' -15S75 }.;?,.? ...r> :-i<jC!*>,/
. F. FLEMING. JAMES M. WILSON. . JAMES GILF ILJ4ET
We have received, and are now
low opening, a LARGE and NEW STOCK mi. ..
5, SHOES, and TRUNKS, *,/
FOR FALL [TRADE.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED, and all Goods withou* BRAND
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in and^nlanufacturera of
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 3 HAYNE STREET, Cor. of Chtarcb Sis-eelV,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The Orangeburg Bakery.
T- W. AIiBERGOTTI, Proprietor.
Offers to the Public at all Times
FR SH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, FRUITS, CANDIE8, TOILET
SETTS, and overy Description of Fahcy Goods. . , . ,?
Wedding Cake Furnished at the Slwrtesb Notice.
A splendid Lot of ChridtmasTOYS and PRESENTS for Children hasjust been Retired