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THE FARMER FRIEND PLOW
Awarded the FIRST PREMIUM after a FAIR and THOROUGH
TRIAL, over the Watt, A very and Brinley Plows, at tho Ornneoburg
Fair for 1875.
Circulars and Price List fu rhished on application.
J. Fi? ADftER & CO.,
General Agent, Charleston, b. C.
Plows will be found on hand and for salo by Kirk Robinson, J. A.
Hatniltou and Bull, Scovili & Pike, ?rangehurg, 8. 0.
nor 13 1875 3m
NEW- and COMMODIOUS BRICK BUILDING on He's OLD
Stand will be found
>hU hun r ,
-T? r;>:i if/nl
m R. JONES
WUh ofullsnppIy of 2 *
Consisting in part of Calicos, 10 cts; 4-4 Browns, 10 cts; i Browns, 8
Blue Goods from 8 to 18 cts; Jeans, Cassimeres, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, &c.
My GROCERY DEPARTMENT is COMPLETE in tho way of the
Best Flour, Cheapest Sugar, Coffee, Lard, Butter, Bacon, Rice, Grist, Meal,
Choicest Canned Goods, Lowest Priced Tobaccos, Shot Powder, Sea Foam,
Crackers" Cakes, Candies, Apples, Cabbages, &c, Crockery and Tin Ware,
Cheap, Concentrated Lye.
DR. A 8. HTDRICK.
? ~ .DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST
Iftw joat opened an entire now Stock of
5 DUXJOS and CHEMICAL^,
At the Stand Formerly Occupied by the late E. J. Olireros.
The aaoBt popular* **
ia, m ; PATENT MEDICINES
With rail line of
Constantly, on.hand. The Proprietor will give Personal Attention to the Com
Jiounding of Physicians Prescriptions and ? rlvatc Formulas.
hjMcians desirous of purchasing will find it to their advantage to
>? t INSPECT MY STOCK
Before Buying Eisewheie.
Recogni*iiigjthe fact that "In Medicine Purity is abore Price," we
cbalboparo no p^inajto secure the very best Medicines. A call is rcspectfnlly solicited.'
A. S. HYDRICK, Druggist.
CENTRAli DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
Wm. D. Love & Co., Columbia, S. C.
The dtixeni of Orangeburg county will save money by buying their goods at the
above house. They keep a buyer in New York and other market* all the time; they
rereivn goods by every steamer from auction and wherever thev 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 same goods can be bought in that city.
We kcep^a full line of Carpeta, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Paper Hangings, Boo?,
Shoes, Jeans, Tweeds, CoRsimeres, Cloths, Homespuns of every description, Blankets,
Flanntin, :Dresi Goods, Silks,Linens. Towelings, Laces, Notions, Hosiery f Underwear,
and. Colgate A Co., Toilet Soaps and Perfumeries, which we sell by the single price at
Colgate A Co.'a prices by tho wholesale trade. We arc agents for
Keep's Partly Made Shirts, at Fifteen dollars Per Dozen,
The Cheapest, tho Best, and the Best Fitting Shirt ever introduced to the market.
3*5?" Sample* oont when requested, and all'packagea over ten dollars sent by express
free of charge.
WM. I>. LOVE & CO.
?ct.20 1875 ly
TO MY CUSTOM&RS.
Tha show is gone, but I am here
Upon the corner yet,
With things to eat, that all declare,
Their palates can't forget.
Good flour, bacon, checBe aud hud,
And butter, grist, and meal;
And whiskey that would make a bard,
My crowded stores reveal.
If something lighter bo prefcrr'd
Than what I've named above,
Don't hesitate or be reserv'd,
But in your orders shove.
I'll garantcc that you will get
Just what your stomachs crave, j
For I keep ev*ry thihg you bet,
That customers would have.
Candies; nuts, and crackers rnr?,
And oysters fresh from town;
Canned frulte, put tip with nicest care,
I offer quite low down.
Bo come along and buy from me,
Thus r,ave a dime or two, <
And after that I'll guarantee
You'll never more look blue.
My motto in to help my friends,
In all the ways I. can, [ j
So I have thought to meet these ends
I'd favor ev'ry man.
Seed Rye, Wheat,
Rust Proof Oats.
New Crop New Orleans gugiir,
Rio and Java Coffees
A full assortment of SHOES, IIATS,
CROCK EU Y Ac. My goods arc offered nt
lowo8t rates for CASH.
TOBACCO A SPECIALTY.
Agent for the ATLANTIC, MILVILLK,
RICHMOND, and TEXAS HOME FIRE
Insurance Co.'s. Representing $2,000,000
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
Next to Court Houao on Market St.
CHARLES S. BULL
ATTORNEY AT Ii AW
U. S. COMMISSIONER
Crnngolnirg, S. C.
on 2:i tf
C. D. KORT JOHN
Hos just received a Large Supply of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, j
Hato, Cap3, &c.
Also Tin Ware, Wooden Ware,'
Sugars, Coffee, Flour, Cigars.
In fact a supply of General Merchandise, including Stoves of allaizes
and any descriptions. All will bo sold LOW DOWN for Cash.
Goods Shown and delivered in Town FREE of cbargo. Call before
C. D. KOETJOHN.
All the GOODS you need from us. We aro DETERMINED to Bell you
Your Christmas Goods
And all others that you may want so
That every one will be asking you, who you bought
When you will please aay, "THESE A No. 1 GOODS, nt these LOW
i?OWN PRICES came from
RR IG G MANN & CROOK'S
GEO. H. CORNELSON
I would Respectfully inform my Friends, CuBtomors and the Public
generally that I am now Receiving the
Largest and Best Selected Stock
and that the same is now ready for inspection, and I would brirg to the
notice of Cash Buyers especially that they can save
From lO to 15 per cent
by calling at ray Store before making purchases elsewhere.
As my Stock is too varied, I cannot enumerate all the different goods
in so short a space, nud can therefore only assure them that they will find
the same complete and well assorted in all its difi'ercut Branches. I shall as
heretofore adhere to my old motto,
aUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
GEORGE II CORNELSON.
CHEAP CASH STORE!
J. P. HARLEY&CO.
We would call attention to our LARGE and VARIED stock of
* GENERAL MERCHANDIZE
Wbioh we are dailyroceiring from t '
And other GOOD MARKETS.
We make a SPECIALITY of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
And guarantee a SAVING to all that will give us a call,
doc 25 j. j>, HABLEY & CO.
After an experience of thirty-six years, I thi?k I know just how to
please my friends and customers, and returning my thanks for past favor*,
would say that I have just returned from
Bought ot LOW DOWN PANIC PRICES.
I am not bragging. Como and satisfy yourselves by examining my
assortment of every description of goods.
In Medicines, Quality is of the First Inrp Ortanc0
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
Can always be found a Selected Stock of PURE CHEMICALS, Gonav
ine,?fHS8' Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Combs end Braake?, Fancy
and Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Also Cutlery, Segare and Tobacco.
Pysioians' Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. *
IST NIGHT BELL answered promptly.
J. G. CT ANN A MAKER, & CO.
The Orangeburg Bakery.
T. W ALBEBGOTTI, Proprietor.
Offers to the Pubic at a Times
qt^E? 5? BREAD, CAKES, PIE8, FRUITS, CANDIES, TOILET
o?j1TS, id every Description of Fancy Goods.
Wedd ng Cake Furnished at the Shortest Notice,
A splen?j? Lot of Christmas TOYS and PRESENTS for Children haejuat been Ecceiyod
Harness, Saddles, Plow Gearing
A General Assortment of Saddlery Hardware.
We beg to inform the Puhlic thnt we have made large additions to our manufacturing
Eatahlhthment, and are now prepared to Bell cheaper than any other Hjtifte in the South,
manufacturing all Uoodxin our line, we are prepared to warrant all of them, in work,
mandhip and material. Give uh a call and hcc our
Buggy Harness at per Sett
AND OUR ?
McriKLLA^ SADDLES AT 83 EACH
the same that are Selling elsewhere at $>3.50. Theae are no factory goods but the
HOME MADE AND WARRANTED.
CHAPEAU & HEFFRON
Meeting St., Charleston, 8. C.
Bopt 15 1875 3m
OLDEST CRCCKERY HOUSE IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
128 MEETIMG STREET.
Being now prepared for the FAIjIi TRADE for IB 75, ' winh to call
the attention of Merchants to my Largo and Varied Slock of
^Jhina. Glass Earthenware, XiOoRing
Glasses, Kerosene Goods,
Japmed Ware, &c,
A great part of it Imported DirOCt from Europe. Denies Staple Goods,
I keop_.il ways a Large Stock of
FRENCH CHINA AND CUT GLASS.
My thorough knowledge of the business, acquired by an experience of orcr Twenty
Year*, enabled me to buy at the Lowest Figuren, and connetpjeuHy to ?eil at Price* on
which the Retailer can realize a Handsome Profit.
WM? t,. WEBB.
128 Meeting ?trcct, CHARLESTON, S. C.
21 1875 Sro.
JOAB W. MOSELEY.
CORNER OF MAIN AND MARKET STREET3.
tnko pleasure in announcing to my PATRONS 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 portion of it
in the store
CORNER OF MAIN STREET
RAIL. ROAD AVENUE
formerly occupied by Mr. J. S. Albcrgotti where the public will find as fine
an assortment to select from a* can be sliown down Town.
A fine lot of ALES, WINES aud LIQUORS always on hand at both
I have also rented the STABLES and LOT in rear of my atoro oa
Market Street whore any one coming into Town can have their Horses care
fully groomed and fed, and vehicles cared for. Saddle Horsee and
Vehicles for hire. _
JOAB W. MOSELEY.
SHEARER PORTABLE COTTON PRESS!
Tho undersigned having been appointed AGENT for the above named
Press, beg leave to call the attention of Planters and others in need of ft
FIRST CLASS PRESS
? i in .?; ;,.-j75 !
To call and examine a model of tho same, at hia Office, before purchasing
elsewhere. These PRE83ES have tho ADVANTAGE over any other Press
yet Patented, for Cheapness, Durability and Economy ef Labor, besides
an be put in the Lint Room, or as near by as will suit the conywai enoe
they ties who use them. Should any part break (which is not probable) it
an be repaired by any common laborer. A balo of Cftton weighing sue
hundred pounds can be pressed with ease by two hands. These Presses ,
manufactured under the Supervision ot Mr.? JOS. 8TRAU8, a Praottcs
Mechanic. Price $125. . " JAS. VAN TASSEL,
aug 28 1875 tf