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title: 'Orangeburg news and times. (Orangeburg, S.C.) 1875-1877, October 21, 1876, Image 4',
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" GEO. H. CORNELSON'S!
I am just receiving a LARGE and WELL ASSORTED STOCK of
FALL &, WINTER GOODS ,
Comprising all the
DTEEEREjNTT ILLISTES IjST
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES,
'.WOOD & "W'J L.LOW WAPvE,
SA?lVlMBS & IEAKNI3SS.
?RQCKEIt^ & GLASSWARE,
In endless varieties.
I have also added to my establishment a Storeroom for
E TJ R 1ST I r_T XJ R E,
And shall always beep on hand a good assortment of same. All goods
SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH,
And according to the times. Call and examine for yourselves.
GKORG'TC II C?RNRtiS?X.
. NEW ST
Here is the place now to get gro
ceries and liquors and everything
that is new.
We sell for cash and will give
Having just opened, we invite our
friends to call and see us.
sept 22 1876. tf
Cotton bought and the highest
Market Price paid.
On ha^d h Sarge stock of Mer
chandize which is ofiered at the
Was rejoiced when lie heard thai Rabnoclc, his Private Secretary, had
been acquitted of Complicity in the Whiskey Frauds, and immediately
Sent ah Order to our Store
For n ear load of Dry Gooks, IVoots, Shoes, Hals, Groceries^ Canned
Meats. Oysters, Lobsters and Salmon; also
For Samples of Wines, Whiskies,
And twenty thousand of the. Cigars with which we have been furnishing
him lately. Jib object in making this Large Order proceeded from a desire
ou his part
To Teat the Jury
Who cleared his "Bahby." We have filled his Order, but have, still a
Lar^c Supply of everything Good on hand. Our Prices arc suited to the
tinic?. Of course we make Grant pay well for what he gets, but to all decent
Also for for sale 50 Tons of
Russol Coe's ?mnioniat?d Superphos
pfoa3 o of Xaime.
i uj, ,.igs or Darrels, and Manufactured at LINDEN, UNION
COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. Give usti call.
HERMANN S- liKflTtf Fl It IC U.
ONE HUNDRED YEARS ago the quiet und unpretending citizens of
this place did not dream that a century hence I would open the complctcst.
That was ever established in the interior of South Carolina' Nor did
they think of the mighty destiny that was wrapped up in the future for Or
angcburg. It was to become one of the centres of trade and industry, but
the homespun maiden and the unkempt bachelor of the long ago, had no
prophetic visions of the fact. But
Truth is Strange Than Fiction.
And on the 21st of August, 1870, on Rossel Street, next door to Dr.
IJydrick's Drugstore, in the Town of Orangeburg, I established
THE CENTENNIAL GROCERY
My friends were invited to examine hvy'stock and after a thorough in
spection passed the following
J?Kso?cn7t That the people of Orangcburg County who are fond of
good things to cat, are under obligations to P. W, Bull for the considera
tion he has manifested towards them in the establishment of his SPLEN
DID GROCERY, and for the low figures at which ho has marked them.
litwlocil further, That his line Sugar, Codec, Lard, Bacon, Hams,
Molasses, Rice, Grist, Butler. Mackerel, Oysters, Lobsters, Canned Fruits,
Tinware. Tobacco,Cigars, Candies, Raisins, .Jellies, &c, &., arc the best ev
er offered for sale in this place.
ft'i.Y" Goods delivered anywhere in Town free of charge
P. W. BULL.
J. STRAUS & CO.
Rice, Grist, Meal and 'Lumber Dealers,
(Cor. Market and Amelia Streets.)
Beg leave to call attention to heir increased Facilities
for supplying all wants in their line.
All grades RICE for sale, at LOW FIGURES.
GRIST and MEAL (Bolted) for sale at " "
Choice Clean Rice exchanged lor ROUGH.
Highest Market "Price paid for RICE and CORN.
oxm l^L^-jNTiisrcx mill
Lately ERECTED enables us to furnish DRESSED LUMBER at un
heard of PRICES, as follows:
DRESSED FLOORING, $15 per M. and Dressed Ceiling, 814 per M.
Bills for ROUGH LUMBER, sawed to order at lowest rates.
Plastering Lathes, Machine Oil, low down.
One dp Saw Taylor Gin, good order, at 200 per saw.
A large number of 2nd band Portable and Stationary Engines in good
working order, for sain at half price of new.
"We invite all interested in HOME ENTERPRISE to visit our c?lab
j i: as rtisMOV"ii:n to
T. D. WOLFE'S OLD STAND
With a full stock of Groceries,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccos.
Call on Mm and he will do his
best to please you.
DE. A. S. HYDRICK,
DHUGGISr AND CHEMIST
Has just opened an entire new Stock of
DJ ? it G aiid CIircAIICAT-.S,
At the Stand Formerly Occupied by the late E. J. Olivcros.
The most popular a
- With full line of
OortslnntTy on hand, fhe Proprietor will ^ive Personal Altention to the Com
noiiiKliiiK "i lMiyHi<?iaMS I'reseTipiions and i'rivatc Formulas.
I'hysieians desirous of purchasing will lind it to their advantage to
INSPECT MY STOCK!
He fore Inlying Klsc\vhe;e.
Hceogni/.ing the fact that "la Medicine Pwriiy is abo ve I*ricc," we
dial) .-pare m> pains to secure the very best Medicines. A call is resp?etfully solicited.
A. S. HYDRICK, Druggist.
The best BEY GOODS, GROCER
IES, LIQUORS, &c, inthe County.
Let everybody come to myystore.
Can always be bad at my store, corner R?ssel Street and Rail Ro?d.
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES
Will be kept constantly on baud, and will bo sold for prices to Buit the hard
A Lot of Heady-Made Clthing
for sale cheap. A splendid suit for a littlo money.
SHOES, BOOTS, SADDLES, &u.,
of the very best make and style with a complete line of
GR OCERIES AND LIQUORS,
Such ar Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Lard, Bacon, Cheese, Molasses &c., <fcc.r
can always be bad at my store. Those want to save money should give rao
Thad. C. Andrews, Agent.
c. D. KORTJOHN
Begs to inform his FRIENDS, PATRONS aud the PUBLIC generali, that
he is continually receiving Large Supplies of
Hats, Caps, &c.
Of all kinds; in fact, a supply of
GENERAL MERCHANDI E.
Always on hand at Low Prices, and shown free of charge.
All that kindly favor me fly calling and seeing for themselves, will be con
vinced that the place for them to hup their supplies is
C. D. KORTJOHN.
Come One Come All!
J. H. SCHACHTE
" With a full supply of Groceries,
Liquors, Cigars and Tojiooo,
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