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CHBISTMAS IS COMING!
Abd I havo, as usual, laid in a
9*? THAT happy SEASON.
My cnatoraoro will find at my Store everything that one could wish to
sr?etkeHolidaye happy. Mj snpply of
. . A?lMitfl?d la oaaatity end Lownt? of Price, while ?7
Wines, p^nors, Cigars, Tobaccos, &o
Asi t^JPjNjj^y, avjgr 6ffered %|jnlo in .'Ornngeburg... I rThoefr.who
treat toBAvE money and make home HAPPY should call on me at onoe.
My Assistant?, Messrs. Louis Fischer, E. T Bozard and T. B. Boyd are po
JitOfefld accommodating to all who call at my siore. No trouble to auswar
qsastiono or show goods. For Christmas I will havo FINE D1?NKS, and
fMite She friends of Bacchus to drop in.
mm a tlx
THE FARMER FRIEND PLOW
Aw^rodthoMIUST PREMIUM, after a-PAIR and THOROUGH
TRIAL* ropr ffro Weft, Avery and Brinley Flows, at the Orangoburg
CSrcolara and Frioo List furnished on application.
J* K. A?fiElR & CO.,
General Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
Flows: will Bo found on hand and for sale1 by Kirk Robinson, J. A.
Seaulton and Boll, Scovill <fc Pike, Orangchurg, 8. C.
. nor 13 1875 3m
MEW and COMMODIOUS BRICK BUILDING on Mc's OLD
Bated will bo fonnd
C. B. JONES
. WHh e foil supply of ?
Consisting in part of Calicos, 10 cts; 4-4 Browns, 10 cts; i Browns, 8
SH&oGoods from 8 to 18 cts; Jeans, Cassimeres, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, Ac.
My GROCERY^ DEPARTMENT i? COMPLETE in tho way of the
Beit Floor, C$e*pM Sogar, Coffee, Lard. Butter, Bacon, Rice, Grist, Meal,
Choicest Canned Goods, Lowest Priced Tobaccos, Shot Powder, Sea Foam,
Ciatke?p?? 'Candies, Apples, Cabbages, Ac, Crockery and Tin Ware,
Chsnjv flaw (rotated Lye.'? ?
DR. A. 8. BTDRICK,
DRUGGISt AND CHEMIST
&8 jta* s^oaad sa entire new Stock of
X>RTJO and OHEMIOALS,
At tho Stand Formerly Occupied by tho lato E. J. OHvero*.
Sfcs a?S popular*
TCi||plS?lMBJ|iaTtiuaiaiataitt smiiumii.mhihhh ? ? ? i ~ in- - ~*
(a. Jf *fe fer<^n.etc|. wjll give Personal- Attftnt
Cewteatl/ ea hjmj];t^pjietojj. "ill 8lv? Phonal, Attention to the Com
?andlBg of phynicliira? Prescriptions and 1'rivate Formula**
fl ^yrfdaas dctdrone of purchasing will find it to their advantage to
JRf?fcMCT MY STOCK
BafcTO Buying"EltflTrho^c^ ^ , r <?
BosegaUng the fact that "In Medicine Parity is above Price," we
1 tjaro bo j^f^a'to sc^rr* the very beet Medicines. A call is respectfully solicited..
A. 8. HYDRICK, Druggist.
sexialln 1o ?>v >)? ;ji :
ett 80 .fi , ) 1775 52
! Wm^Di Love i & Go*, Columbia, S. C.
ThV cttiiens of i
abova house. The
receive goods by
CHHAPBBT FOR v.idu. juicy Keep mo inrgeHv nnu iiiomi varieu siock oi any nouse
tfcU aid* of New York, and sell an LOW an the name goodH can be bought in that city.
TT? kecn'a fall lino or Carpets, Oil Cloth*. Window Shades, Paper lianglngK. Hoots,
Shoes, Jeans, Tweeds, CnFsimcrcs, Cloths, Homespuhii of every description, PlnnkcU,
Plannet?, Dr^ea .Goods, JSilks, LinonR.-Towplings, Luoes, Notions. Hosiery. Underwear,
a*d Colgate,.IS Co.J Toller Soaps ahdl'erfunicries, which wc'ssllby the ?nigle price nt
Colgate & Co.'a prices by the wholesale trade. We arc agents for
KcfepWFaWtl* iMMt) Shirts, nl Fifteen Dollars Per Bozen,
The CJicAperty thg?Hcst, niSdthc HcHt Pitting Shirt ever introduced to tho market.
*T??1". csrU, 'when ;icl]u'e.?tcd, snd oil packages over ten dollars Sent by express
WM. I>. LOVE & CO.
Has just received .1*1? Supply of I ^ 8boe0|
Dry Goods, ^ Cap*, &o. ^ . ^ Wftre,
Also TinWaro, 0ryjkery ^Vare, Oigaw.
Sugars, Coffeo, ...'
Ip fact a supply of Gcnoral MerchandiBO, including Stoves ?f alls!
ead any descriptions. All will bo sold LO W DOWN for Cash.
Goodf Shown and doliyerod in Town FREE of charge. Call before
[IP :;b:u,t '
Ail Ute GOODS'.yoil ijeed from us. Wo are DETERMINED .ti aeU Jim
' Your Christmas Goods
I ' ;? j > ? v *>: i'? j _ .? ? . 1
And all othora thai you may want so ?
That every one will be niking you, who you bought
i i ? ? ? 1
When you will please say, "THESE A No. 1 GOODS, at thoso LOW
; DOWN PRICES came from
BRIGGMANN & CROOK'S
6E0. H. CORNELSON,
1 would Respeotfully inform my Friends, Customers and the Public
generally 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
notioe of Cash Buyers especially that they can eavo
From lO to 15 per cent
byi calling at ray Store before making purchases clsowhere.
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
the same Complete and well assorted in all its different Branches. I sh^U as
heretofore adhere to my old motto,
atJIGK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
GEORGE II CORNELSOX.
CHEAP CASH STORE!
J. P. H?RLEY & CO.
We would tell attention to our LARGE and VARIED stooh of
Which we are dailyroceiving from
NEW YORK .
And ether GOOD MARKETS.
I "We make a SPECIALITY of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
And guarantee a SAVING to all that will give us a call,
doe 25 J. J?. HA?LEY & CO.
Alter an experience of thirty-six years, I think I know just how to
plcaee raj friends and customers, and returning my thanks for past favors,
would say that 1 havo just returned from e
F ULL STOCK
Bought ot LOW DOWN PANIC PRICES.
I am not bragging. Come and satisfy yourselves by examining my
assortment of every description of goods.
In. Medioixiee, Quality is of the First? Importance*
DRUGS AND MEDICINE'^,
ORANEBURG DRUG STOR^
*' .' I ui . r <: ii. " ."i'fiVT"
Con always be found a Selected Slock of PURE CHEMICALS, Gcn?V;
ino Drugs, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Combs and Brushes, Fancy
and Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes* Ac. ? '.;??
* i__ ^...xi_o___.J rr_i_ ?'..-"*' ' JM '
ndcd."* in :tr.i>
?> b ... ? j'l j iS tWia HitV
jr. g. yvA^AMAU^-t^m^Z^
T W- ALBERGrOTTI, Froprieto*^:;;1, j?j
Offers to tlie !Putvic at a Times ,H\ g ..A<,
a?E? }? BREAD, CAKES, PIES. FRUITS, CANDIES, TOILET
BEITS, id every Description of Fancy Goods.
Wedd ng Cake Euwishiw
Asplendt? Lotof Christmas TOYS and PRESENTS for Children has just been Receivsd :/c
ii ?Jlv*>rj ;?
Harness, Saddles, Plow Gearing% m ot
^ General Assortment of Saddlery Hardware;'
We beg to inform the Public that wo havo made large additions to our manufacturing ~ *
Establishment, and are now prepared to sell cheaper than any other Hjuko in-theSouth
mauufacluring all^ Goods in our line, we arc prepared to warrant all of them, in work, f -. "
manship and material. Give us a call and sco our ? ('Wy'l
."B-aggy Harness at $12 per Sett '
AND OUR . ?-..
McCLEtLAlV SADDLES AT #3 EACH rr~k?~n
tho same that are Selling elsewhere at $3.00. These arc no factory goods bat tho
HOME MADE AND WARRANTED. j r
CHAPEAU & HEFFR?N ' ' '(l 1
Meeting St., Charleston/6. C; ! ii.'i'i*.
?W* \9 1876 _ . 3m
ir.l.*.:'4M . ^.i
: ., .' .if
OLDEST CROCKERY HOUSE IN CHARLESTON'S. 0.
128 MEETIMG STREET.
Bcingnow prepared for the FAT jTj TRADE Ibr 1875 JI wUhU> mil
the attention of Merchants to my Largo and Varied Slock of
China, Glass Earthenware, m__
Glasses, Kerosene ^oods,
Japaned Ware, &c,
A great part of it Xlllportctl DirOCt from Europe. P?c?idc* Staple (Jodn.
1 kvap^alnays a Large Stock of
FRENCH GDI IN A AMD CUT GFjAHS.
My thorough knowledge of the biisinc*?, nivpiircd by an experience of otot Twtnty
Year*, enable* me to buy at the lowest FigiiruHj and coiVscf|iieu:ly to ?eil at Price* oo
which the Retailor can realize a Handsome Profit.
WM. la. WEBB,
.126 Meeting ?trcet, CHAULKSTON, ?..e.\ .
21 IS"> 2nM
JOAB W. MOSELEY
CORNER OF MAIN AND MARKET STREETS. ._
taho pleasure in announcing to my PATRONS and tho TU XJG
generally that 1 have LARGELY INCREAEED my ....
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE,' \ S|
Which will b? sold LOW
.i i. A. ad; iji >^r?
My STOCK is so large that I have placed a considerable portion af it
CORNER OF MA.I3ST STREET
MAIL ROAD AVENUE
formerly occupied by Mr. J. S. Albergotti where the public will find as fino ?
an assortment to select from a? can be shown down Town. * ', '
A fine lot of ALES, WINES and LIQUORS always on hand at both
store*. ?*. I'"'
I have also rented the STABLES and LOT in rear of raystoro on
Market Street where any one coming into Town can have their Horses care
fully groomed and fed, and vehtole9 cared for, Saddle Horses aad
Vehicles for hire. ' .-^-^ .
JOAB W. MOSELEY;
o BUT THE
SHEARER PORTABLE COTTON PRESS!
Tho undersigned having been appointed AGENT: for the nboY^ ilamed
Press, beg leave to call the attention of Planters and others in need ot a
FIRST OX.A.SS PRESS ? ' '
To call and examine a model of tho samo, nt his Office, bisfcro ^rarchasjag
elsewhore. These PRESSES have the ADVANTAGE over any other Press
yot Patented, for Cheapness, Durability and Economy of Labor, besides
an bo put in tho Lint Room, or as near by as will suit tho conveni onoa
they tics who uso them. Should any part break (which is not probable) < ii
an bo repaired by. any common laborer. A bale of Cotton weighing air
hundred pounds enn bo pressed with ease by two hands. Theae Prc^v^ 1
manufactured under tho Supervision of Mr. JOS. STRAUS, a Practica,
Mechanic. Price $125. JAS. VAN TASSEL,
aug 28 1875 tf