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DR. A. 8. HYDRIC
DKUGGIST AND CHEMIST
Has just opened an entire new Stock of
DRUGS and CHEMICAL^,
At the Stand Formerly Occupied by the late E. J. Olireros.
The Moat popular ?
With full line of
OonBtnn?y on hnnd. The Proprietor will give Personal Attention to the Com
Ktrading of Physicians Prescriptions and Private Formnlan.
/oiciana desirous of purchasing will find it to their advantage to
BXSPECT MY STOCIt
Before Baring Klnewheio.
Recogniiing the fact that "In Medicine Purity is abo re Price," we
?hall spare no pains to secure tho very bent Medicines. A call in respectfully solicited.
A. S. HYDRICK, Druggist,
oct 30 1775 52
CHEAP Dkl MS, BOOTS, SHOES, ?,
GRAND CENTRAL DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMEX
Wm, D. Love & Co., Columbia, S. C.
The citixens of Orangeburg county will save money by buying their goods at the
above house. They keep a buyer in New York and other markets all the time; they
receive goods by every Rteamer from auction and wherever they can be bought
CHEAPEST FOR CASH. They keep the largest and most varied stock of any house
this side of New York, and sell as LOW as the name goods can be bought in that city.
"We kecp'a full line of Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Paper Hangings, Boot*,
Shoes, Jeans, Tweeds, Cassinierei, Cloths, Homespuns of every description, Blankets,
Flannels, Dress Goods, Silks, Linens, Toweling-), Laces, Notions, Hosiery, Underwear,
and Colgate A Co., Toilet Soaps and Perfumeries, which we sell by the single prioe at
Colgate & Co.'s prices bv tho wholesale trade. We are agents for
Keep's Partly Siude Shirts, at Fifteen Uollarw Per Dozen,
The Cheapest, the liest, and the Best Fitting Shirt ever introduced to the market.
3&" Samples sent when requested, and all packages over ten dollars sent by express
free of charge.
WM. I>. LOVE & CO.
oct 30 1876 ly
The Orangeburg Bakery.
T. W. ALBERGOTTI, Proprietor.
' Offers to tho Pujbic at a Times
PR H BREAD, CAKES, PIER. FRUITS, CANDIES, TOILET
SETTS, id every Description of Fancy Goods.
Wedd n$ Calte Furnished at the Shortest Notice.
A apleodi Lot of Christinas TOYS and PRESENTS for Children hasjust been Received
THE LARGEST CIRCUS
XXT THE WORLD!
' I? that advertised to be horc on tho 27th inst. It is not
But a much better one, (A better SHOW can bo acen at my Storo
??ery day in tho week.)
Will be turned loose in the ring, while a genuine Gorilla will pass
through the audience selling tickets to the concert, but I havo SOME
' THING in my store to beat all this.
ONE HUNDRED MONKEYS
Will do the apple Felling, (but I have more than apples for sale.}
And now without jesting, I can honestly announce to my Customers and the
Public that I have on band as full and complete a line of the following nr
ticlcrt as wits ever brought to Orangeburg, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Foots, Shoes,
Hardware, Ales, "Wines,
Liquors, Tobaccos, Segars, &c.
J WALLACE CANNON
n Medicines, Quality is of the First Importance
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
ORANEBURG DRUG STORE
Can always be found a Selected Stock of PURK CHEMICALS, Genu
ino Drugs, Patent Mcdiciucs, Perfumery, Soaps, Combs and Brushes, Fancy
and Toilet Article*, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Also Cutlery, Segars and Tobacco.
Pysicians* Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
MT*NIGHT BELL answered promptly.
J. G. WA?NAMARER, & CO.
GEO. H. CORNELSON
I would Respectfully inform my Friends, Customors and tho Public
generally that J am now Receiving tho
Largest and Best Selected Stock
and that the same is now ready for inspection, and I would bring to the
notice of Cash Buyers especially that they can srto
From lO to 15 per cent
by calling at ray Store before making purchases elsowbere.
As my Stock is too varied, I cannot enumerate all the different goods
in so short a space, and can therefore only assure them that they will find
tho same complete and well assorted in all its different Branches. I slnU as
heretofore adhere to my old motto,
QUICK SALES AND SMAXL PROFITS.
GEORGE H CORNELSON".
CHEAP CASH STORE!
J. P. HARLEY & CO.
We would call attention to our LARGE and VARIED Btock of
Which we iure dj?lyroooiving from
And cthor GOOD MARKETS.
We make a SPECIALITY of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
And gtxaronto a SAVING to Ml that will give as a call,
lb j. i>. HARLEY <& CO.
C. D. KORTJOHN
Begs to inform his friends, patrons and the public generally, that hav
ing DISPOSED of his
Entire Stock of Liquors,
Now desires a CONTINUANCE of their patronage by offering.to his cus
tomers at fciUICK SALES and SMALL PROFITS a COMPLETE
And aB my stock is too large to mention every article, 1 respectfully
solicit an inspection of my goods.
Goods shown free of charge. Call and see.
C. 33. KORTJOHN.
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 favors,
would say that I have just returned from
Bought ?t LOW DOWN PANIC PRICKS.
1 am not bragging. Come and satisfy yoursolvca by examining my
assortment of every description of goolln.
-Harness, Saddles, Plow Gearing
A General Assortment of Saddlery Hardware.
ip and material. Give u? a call and ae
Bl*ggy Harness at $13 per Sett
McCL.EILI.AlV SADDLES AT EACH
the tame that are Selling elsowhero at *3.50. These are no factory mods bat fft
HOME MADE AND WARRANTED.
Meeting St., Charleston, 8. C.
wyt 21 1871 Mm
OLDEST CROCKERY HOUSE IN CHARLESTON, S. C,
128 MEETIMG STREET.
Kcingnow prepared for the FALX. TRADE for 1875, I wuh to ?all
the; attention of Merchant* to my Largo and Varied Stock of
^hina. Glass, Earthenware, Looking
Glasses. Kerosene Goods,
Japaned Ware, &c,
A groat part of it Imported Direct from Europe. Besides Staple Goods,
1 keep^AlYravs a Large Stock of
FRENCH CHINA AND CUT OEASS.
My thorough knowledge of the business, acquired by an experience of over Twenty
Yean*, enables nie to buy at the Lowest Figures, and consequently to sell at Prices oa
which the Retailor can realise a llaudsoinc Profit.
WM. JL. WEBB,
126 Meeting Street, CHARLESTON, S. C
21 1875 2iL
J. STRAUSS J. J. STREET JAS, H. FOWLES
J* STRAUSS & CO.,
Proprietors of the Orangeburg -Nice Mill, Grist and Saw Mill.
Our Mills being now in full operation, we are prepared to fill orders for Bio? aad
freshly ground Grist and Meal, (bolted or unbolted), at living prices.
Our SAW MILL, being situated near the Town, Is now turning out superior Luaaber
and bills for all sixes can be filled at short notice.
We can supply second hand Steam EllgmOP, Portable or Stat'ofcary, aad
Saw Mills, guaranteed by our Mr Strauss, at less that half the usual price;
Highest price paid for Rough Rice and Cora.
JOAB W. MOSELEY.
CORNER OF MAIN AND MARKET STREETS.
take pleasure in announcing to my PA1
illy that I have LARGELY INCREAEEJ
P ATHONS and the PUBLIC
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 per?en a/ it
CORNER OF MAIN STREET
IS AXIL ROAD AVEtfUE
formerly occupied by Mr. J. S. Albergotti where the public will find as iao
an assortment to stlect from a* can be shown down Town.
A fine lot of ALES, WINES and LIQUORS always ea hand afc Utk
I hare also rented the STABLES and LOT in rear of mystoro en
Market Street where any one coming into Town can have their Horses sars
fully groomed and fed, and vehicles cared for. Saddle Horace aad
Vehicles for hire.
JOAB W. MOSELEY.
BUY THE .
SHEARER PORTABLE COTTON PRESS!
The undersigned having been appointed AGENT for the aboTe named
Press, beg leavo to call tho attention of Planters and others in need of a
FIRST CLASS PRESS
To call and examine a model of the same, at his Office, before purchasing
elsewhere. These PRESSES have the ADVANTAGE over any other Prow
yet Patented, for Cheapness, Durability and Economy of Lafcsr, beaids?
an be put in the Lint Room, or as near by as will suit the convenient
they ties who use them. Should any part break (which >s not probable)
can be repaired by any common laborer. A bale of Cotten weighing it
hundred pounds can be pressed with case by two hands. Those Presses I
manufactured under the Supervision of Mr. JOS. STR AUS, a Pract eg I
Mechanic. Price 8125. JAS. VAN TASMSL.
aug 28 18'5 If
FROM $1.00 TO
50 Cents Per Box
TO MEET THE DEMAND FOR A SaM
Fever and Ague Antidote
AT A PRICE
WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE THEM
OtiSF" Never was Modicin? so Deservedly
aug 14 1875 3m