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S.E. Tobin. n; i
S. A. Albergotti
BA? ON, FLOUR,
gj^SIjj?^, House in the County.
This is the unanimous verdict
of the people, gained by adhering
stri^foftfy our Cash and Small
& E. TOBIN & CO.,
??* * i * ?? ? ?
IfSIcCItEERYj LOVE & CO.,
WILT, open to-morrow, (Monday,) March 27, 187(5, at greatly reduced prices, during
the next fifteen day.-, will.sell their entire stock of Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Cools
and Shoes at lower price; than ever before ollercd to make room for large shipments now
on the way.
Your attention fr IMffi'tfTdJoHhu following partial price list 'of the many articles we
propose to sell y<iwnt afl>argnin_: ^
50 pieces New Stylo rotas "Goods, at 11 rents per yard.
5 cases Wamsutla Ulesiehed Muslin, at 12 1-2 cents per yard.
50 dozen Ladies' Elegant New Style Ties, at 25 cents each.
5 cases While Piques, at 12 1-2 cents per yard.
5 cases Prints, l'nst.Colors, warranted at 5 cents per yard.
10 cases Good Style Pr?lls, warranted at (1 1-J cents per yard.
p-^;Lse^^^od;\V?lo,i'auil)i ie-, at 10 ceiit? per yr.i'tb . ?
>(S ijjficcri <3':i5a.^ CiKtb all C&lors, sit 10 cents porynrd.
it-All\>f'tift, TCeAvi -ft Styles iuttl ?e.st brands of Prints will bo sold at 8 1-2 cents per yard.
Urown, Illeached and Plaid Homespuns at proportionately low prices.
Our stock of Cools, Slines, Hats and Caps, at a general reduction of 20 per cent.
The best assortment of.Trunks; Valises, Lunch and Market Baskets in the city.
Our entire Slock of Carpels, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, "Wall Paper, &e. will be closed
out at ami below cost.
The above will convince you thai the place to get cheap goods and good attention is at
the Grand Central Dry Goods Establishment. Now is your time to secure bargains. Call
early audol\vn. ...
J?.V?aA ^?SMcCMEKY, IaOVE & CO,
ittfliult&AL-*? ... . hi COLUMBIA, S. C.
Ilaj^ju^L received a Large Supply of
mKliflbi^ Goods,- Boots, Shoes,
Hals, Caps, &c.
? Also ^Tin Ware, Wooden Ware,
???? / Crockery Ware,
* ""^ugar.s,. V;- .Coffee, Flour, Cigars.
rfv u ? I 5 ? ,:- ,'. .
tofactia supply, of General arerchandise^ineluding Stoves of allsizc
? qjp'-- BUY THE BEST
Siono Soluble Guano and Acid Phospliale
ov. ]?.?-. *
prices Reduced?Cash, Soluble Guano, $46. Time, payable November
1st ?B?.' Acid Phosphate, Cash, 832. Payable 1st November $37.
V&ttfti ? f 1?. a*ai?>3 ...*..
,-. fiH?????!? "ri97'
All will be sold LOW DOWN for Cash,
and delivered in Town FREE of charge. Call before
C. D. KORTJOHN.
m+tln C. P IKE,
?L?SE'S OLD STAND, -
^*-it^*?r^:Kl;:b: REFITTED and RESTOCKED this Large and Com
jBSicittto iv?'.ii 71n.n1 I'tiJon J yvn o
h"-SflaiiffiP STOCK OF GOODS
EV!fel?(ttWJR>:D'*HEItE, comprised of
4^?wMji4<^W?(+H.OCJvU I ESj
CROCK El 5 Y W?R E, ^
... 7, ...... .4 Hats, Boots and Shoes.
Which is oflhix-d at, PRICES that will ASTONISH those that wish to
SAVE ?IONIgJj?tt^gJAitD: TLUICS. A call will convince you of the
COUNTRY PRODUCE W-^NTTZETD,
For which the HIGHEST at A11K ET PRICES will be paid.
X; y Constantly mi hand FERTILIZERS.
RXjVITO f??' Rinlding or TJ'ortilizinp' purposes, con
stantly on hand, and for sale at Reasonable Rates,
?pin '2!) 1 ' 1876
7?t?,T *">iU 1? -?! ',
1 l* 1 KEPT BY
#?. ::::'i';i;ir?:%.:BULL & co.
Having hough&autCms Establishment, we will keep constantly on hand
a full line of fil
A V"inos, TLi<[ttors, Cigars and Tobacco.
To (bo roar rtFlm?-Fnlomi, are two'excellent Billiard. Tables
: ! ? 1 i: ? I) \': fotpf-r>y.;i\i< . jailor.1-.'3 whmh combined affords splendid
i- Iii? ( - ? 1 ' Mil ihi's^dace, atid the most FlislitlloVl'S can
*Vtt-.feii. withen.' -v- . 'i it .?? bnfcig.itisultcd;
jvv . BT.r i;;r, <fe co?
y . rr"pr!otor;' Club Saloon.
iL is said has repented entirely of the Robberies his Party has commit'
ted, especially those in which he
And means lo stand forever hereafter as ti penitent sinner. Ho believes
that if he had always drank as
As those kept at the ?3llt,e3rpriSe SalOOn he would have
been the equal of Gco. Washington, feeling '?thusly" he will shortly send
a Special Message to the Legislature announcing the fact that Fine Groce
ries, Tobaccos, Cigars, and a thousand oilier good things arc to bo had
ONLY AT MY ST< VRE.
Now, as it is probable that when this fact is made known to the Colum
bia Solons, tT.cy will immediately adjourn lo my ?Store, I respectfully request
the Orangoburg Public to call at once and make purchases. Legislators
generally leave nothing bebiud them.
P. S.?My TMVOIjS TAB Bull] though private can he seen
by Regular Customers.
J. STRAUSS & CO.
Rice, Grist, Meal and Lumber Balers,
Reg leave lo call attention lo heir EraCre&Sed. FSLCilitiOS
for supplying all wants in their line.
All grades RICE for sale at LOW FIGURES.
GRIST und MEAL for sale at "
Choice Clean Rice exchanged lor ROUGH;
I-IigTiesb- Market DPrice paid for RICE and CORN.
OUR PLAN I NC; MILL
Lately ERECTED enables us to furnish DRESSED, LUMBER at nn
hcard of PRICES, as follows:
DRESSED FLOORING, $10.50 per M. and DressedToiling, 81.3.50.
All kinds of Luinhcr Dressed at LOW FIGURES. We invite all in
terested in HOME ENTERPRISE to visit our Establishment.
It will be to the interest of every one to call and examine my stock of j
before buying elsewhere, as I guarantee that my prices and goods cannot be
excelled this side of New York.
My stock of
DRY GOODS SHOES
and various other goods, continually needed by the fanner and housekeeper.
All of which will give'genial satisfaction to those who will favor me with a
Step in and look a rot* ml at the cheap store of
6. R. J ONES.
G A Tj C I 1ST IS T) M - V I i L.
A Fertilizer and ESeiiovaloi' ?S" I^aml JPrepare<l from the
Marl Underlying the l*hi?8plihte Eled? of So. Ca.
Tlic Chenpc^: Foi-1:ili>:ei' Yol < Mlfcvoil to the Public;!
Tiii: ju'ST jiiiLwuis kxDohsk it/
This Marl, containing l'h?sjduitc of biihe, Carbonate of Lime and Soluble Silicia,
far superior to thc'Celehrnted Marls of Virginia and New Jersey, of which millions of j
Tonn are used yearly, and have proved of iinineiife benefit to those States. It a (lords the
Farmer the opportunity of Knrichinir his Lands :it ilic Lowest Possible Kates.
l*riees?$io per Toil tn ear-load lots of ft Tons.
\*2 " Iii smaller qnniitiliefl.
On Cars at Comyany'fi Works, on Si C. It. It.
Send for Circulars* For sale bv
KAVir.NF.Ti & CO.,
fob 2G?3m General Agents, Charleston, S. C.
f SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO
COMPOINI) ACI? PHOSPHATE.
These well-known Manures of high grade made under the supervision of|
Dr. St. .7. Ravcnel, are for sale at present prices on limited terms.
Fot descriptive circulars containing full informatio and prices apply to
H. E. FROST &. ( O., General Agts, Charleston, S. C.
RULL '& SCO VIEL, Orangeburg, S. C.
W. D. LUKES, Rowe's Pump, S. C.
CLARK ct ARTHUR, Lewisvillc, S. C.
jan 21) 1S7G ly
TIE Fi KKST AXJ> CIIKAFFST IN USK.
Manufactured by the Ashcpoo Mining und Manufacturing Guano Co.
Factories at Charleston, S. C., O?cc North Atlantic Wharf.
SARDl'S AJI.TIOXIATFI* SOLU Ii PACIFIC GUANO.
Phosphate Peruvian Guano and Dissolved Bone Phosphate.
These well known Standard Fertilizers, after ten years Practical Test throughout
the South, have proved to be the best in use for Cotton, Corn and all other Crops, particu
larly adapted to the Southern Climate and Soil?the Crops in ninny instances being
More ilian I>otil>led by their use.
While these fertilizers are being prepared from the liest Ingredients and of even
of Higher tirade than ever before, The I'rieeH have been Materially
Itcdneed lor Hie 1* resell I Season, thereby placing them within the
reach of every Planter, and none can afford to do without them.
UKO. II. COltNELSON, Agent at Orangcburg, 8. C.
?f?}"' A libend Discount will be made to Dealers and Grangers. jan 29?3m
The b est DRY GOODS, GROCER,
IES, LIQUORS, &c, in the County.
Let everybody come to my. store.
J, WALtACi CM
'$ I* SS ? "H
f f I g? gv ?
W Q M $ ?
B f I CD CO U tej ??
i & I? $ a * w H
* II. g * H I
I 118- S ?
&?" tr1 .o ?
DR. A 8.
lloa jnst opened nn entire new Stock of
DT<TJ G ?and CHEMICALS,
At the Stand Formerly Occupied by the late E. J. Oliveros.
The most popular A
PATENT MEDICINES '
With foil line of
Constantly on 7iand. Hio Proprietor n\\\ -;ive Personal Attention to the Com*
pounding of Physicians Proscriptions ami t rivale Formula**
Physicians desirous of uurehasing vill litul it t<? tlieir advantage to
INSPECT MY STOCK
Ueforc Buying Klscwhe;e.
Kcrognizing the fact that "In 9f(Rclfcin<* Purity' i* iihore PrlCK?*"*
??dialI pparc no pains to *eeiue the very best Medicim-s. A t-.tll is respectfully solicited.
A S. HYDRICK, Druggist,
oct 30 I77? 5*>
Was rejoiced when he heard thai Ihlbrock, his Private Sttn'tarr. h-oV
boon acquitted of Complicity in the Whiskey Fiuuds, and intmcdiairly
Sent an Order to our Store
Fur a car load oT Dry OooJ..?, Ihint>% Shoes, Urit.^, tjnxrmvi, Ciinnfil
Meat*, Oysters, Enbstcrs and Salinon; n\m
For Samples of Wines, Whiskies,
And twenty thousand of the Cigars with which we bare boon 'itniMhiiW
him lately. His object iu making this Large Order proceeded from a dc*ire>
on his part
To Teat the Jury
Who cleared his "Babby." We have filled his Order, but have still a
Large Supply of everything Good on hand. Our Prices are suited to the
time. Of course we make Grant pay well for what he gets, but to all decent
Sell Low Down for G*sh!
Also for for sale ">0 Tons of
Kussel (Doe's Ammoniated Superphos
phate of Lime.
Put up in Bags or Barrels, and Manufactured at LINDEN, UNION
C0UNTY,tNEW JEBSEY. Give us a call. 'iit-A
BRIGGMAM &' KBNNJRKElt*
--. B u Y
All the GOODS you need from us. We are DETERMINED to sell you
Your Christmas Goods
And all others that you may want so
That every one will be inking you; who you bought
>W|5) i ? >
e i 6\\o\k
When you will please say, "THESE A*'No. 1 GOODS, at th??l LOW
DOWN PRICES came from ,! .
BRIGGMANN & CRiTJOK'S
36 YEARS 1
After an experience of thirty-six years, I think I know juii h?W? W
please my friends and customers, aud returning my thanka for past faTO?n,
would say that I have just returned from < .,
? till .r
WITH A --?-r-^?
F U L L S'T.-O C
Bought at LOW DOWN PANIC l?RICESi .
I am not hvfljrgina-. Come and satisfy yoursolvcs by examining; l?y
assortment of everv doscripiioit of goods. . '