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Begs id call the attention of hiss friends nndQ parrots that he has on
baud and*offcrs for salo
MO b'ySO. WS stoto apid
f^f^l^is.^cid Ayas carried over JJfbr two soasons which alone guarrantees
lo GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Always en hand at Low Prices, and shown free of charge.
x&AilSthat^kindly favor nibfly calling and seeing for themselves, will bo con*
vinced that the place for them to hup their supplies is
g ; ,C. D. KORTJOHN.
^"'X;^-tobin & co.
' ^ Urs.. Treadwell's Building,
Nearly opposite their OLD STAND, where they are disposing of Stock
saved froraffire, consistine of
Greatly Reduced Prices.
if i.?. C. Hams
? Lard j
h ? ? Sugar
Boots and Shoes
TSiUej p i?u tili i<
"Whjch I ofier'for sale at the lowest cash prices.
,1 HERMANN S. REOEKEU, AGT.
.All! H>aA? BT
J. STRAUS & CO.
Rice, Grist, Meal and Lumber Dealers,
*mte?nl' ? ? (Cor. Market and Amelia Streets.)
Beg leave to call attention to heir XllCreaSed. facilities
?^?for-supplying all wants in their line.
" All grades RICE for sale at LOW FIGURES.
GRIST.aud MEAL (Bolted) for sale at " "
s.-v?ai.. Choice Clean Rice exchanged lor ROUGH.
^SB?gliest Market 3?rice paid for RICE and CORN.
$j$xf Lately ERECTED enables us to furnish DRESSED LUMBER at un
CWr&?f.ltoCES, as follows:
.... ...DllESSED FLOORING, SIT) per M. and Dressed Ceiling, $14per M.
Bijlsfor ROUGH LUMBER, sawed to order at lowest rates.
tlxttt? '? ?
- rfriaplastering Lathes, Machine Oil, low down.
One 45 Saw Taylor Gin, good order, at 200 per saw.
? A .large number of 2nd hand Portable and Stationary Engines in good
wo tf ng order, for sale at half price of new.
We invite all interested in HOME ENTERPRISE to visit our ettab
0s filled with ?..,
: ? CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
-which will receive WEEKLY ADDITIONS in order to keep fresh sup
plies On Hand.
the sample room
In rear ol the Grocery Store is supplied with everything that is kept in
the above line. All articles are marked LOW DOWN. A call is solicited.
Has, on hancL/a, large and varied stock of
r.v- Winter Greeds
>Vf every style; quality and variety with a complete stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C.
All of which will bo sold low down for cash. Call and got a bargain.
Jones & "Wannamaker
Have on hand a select supply of everything in the grocery department.
l'?M^?ViB;?9rt drnUght. tind wimsntld liquors never before equaled in Orange
?,,**burgT;'7'c;'* 'v 1
nSi-V:'- 'FOR BARGAINS
.don't fail lo pay us a yiiit. We moan to sell cheap, and to supply our cus
T. L. AVANNAMAKER.
-^-yvilh^tho best quality qf groperics
? W^^0leSo JONES.
Is tho candidate of those who are iu favor of an HONEST GOVERN
MENT. And my STORE is tho place for thoso to visit who favor LOW
PRICES. Kuowing tho STRINGENCY of tho times I have resolved to
sell goods at figures to suit them. Never before have such
My supply of
Is the LARGEST and best SELECTED in the County?down stairs
and np stairs being filled to overflowing with
Calicos, Homespuns, Cloths, Linens, &c,
While my stock of
(GENT'S CLOTH I NG
Is Superb and Complete.
1 have nlso SH ?ES and BOOTS of nll'sizcs, Styles and Prices.
GROCERIES I offer in huge or small quantities, and at a small ad
vance upon cost prices.
CROKERY, WILLOW and TIN WARES, and every other article
kept in a well conducted Store can be had LOW DOWN.
Jn a word, I congratulate myseP* that I huve, and am .still receiving ns
complete a stock as was ever offered to the public. Let my friends give me
a call and ascertain for themselves. My motto is
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
J. C. PIKE,
PIANOS AND ORGANS
PEOF. ANTON BERG.
Agent Iaiddcn ?& RatcH Southern Music House,
"Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast."
I am now prepared to offer inducements to the public ol Orangeburg that
have never been heard of before. I have a magnificent assortment of
Pianos from Checkering, Haines Bro3., Hallet, Davis & Co., and Souther u
Gem, etc., and Masond*; Hamliu's Organs. Piano* from $200 and upwards.
Terms extraordinarily easy. Organs from $70 and upwards. Besides
Violins, Brass Instruments, Violin Strings, Sheet Music, aud iu a word,
everything that a musical tasto can suggest iu the abovo line.
I can be found at Slater's Hotel, where my instruments can bo inspected ,
and where I will always bo glad to give any information on tho Piano
Organ, Violin, &c, required,
ftcpt 30 1876 ly
J, WALLACE CA1O0K
LIQUORS. TO 35 A C OS
OllANCrKBTJlia, S. C
I am just receiving a LARGE and WELL ASSORTED STOCK of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
Comprising all the
DIFFERENT LINES IN
GROCERIES, CLO THING,
HIT, S5 OOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE,
WOOD <& WILLOW WARE,
SA?DJLES & HARNESS,
CROCKERY <& GLASSWARE,
In endless varieties.
I have also added to my establishment a Storeroom for
And shall always keep on hand a good assortment of same. All goods
SOLD OH KAR FOR CASH,
And according to the times. Call and examine for yourselves.
GEORGE II COKNKliSOX.
Rickenbaoker & Taylor's
Here is the place now to get gor
ceries ?rd liquors and everything
that is it?.
We sell for cash and will give
Ha> ring just opened, we invite our
friends to call and see ?s.
' sept 22 1876. tf.
DR. AB S. HTDRICK,
DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST
HaB just opened an entiro new Stock of
DRUG and CHEMICALS,
At the Stand Formerly Occupied by the late E. J. Oliveroa.
Tho most popular u
PATENT MEOICINES .
With full line of
Constantly on hand. The Proprietor will giro Personal Attention to the (loci?
Bounding of Physicians Prescriptions and I'rivute Formulas,
iiysiciaiiB desirous of purchasing will find it to their advantage to
INSPECT MY STOCK.
Before Buying Elscwheie.
Recognizing the fact that "In Medicine Purity is above Price," we
shall spare no pains.to secure the very hest Medicines. A call is respectfully solicited.
A. S. HYDRICK, Druggist,
oct 30 1775 52
ONE HUNDRED YEARS ago the quiet and unpretending citizens of
this place did not drenm that a century hence I would open the completest.
That was ever established in the interior of South arolinn* Nor did
they think of the mighty destiny that was wrapped up iu the future for Or
angeburg. It was to h?come one of the centres of trado and industry^-but
the homespun maiden and the unkempt bachelor of the long ago, had no
prophetic visions of the fact. But
Truth is Stranger Than Fiction.
And on the 21st of August, 1876, on Russel Street, next door to Dr.
Hydrick's Drugstore, in the Towu of Orangeburg, I established
THE CENTENNIAL GROCERY
My friends were invited to examine my .stock and after a thorough in
spection passed the following
RESOLUTIONS UN AN" MO US LY.
Resolved, That the people of Orangeburg vi ity w'.\ ? a re fond of
good things to eat, are under obligations to I*. W, Bull for the considera
tion he has manifested towards them in the establidrn-nit of his SPLEN"
DID GROER Y, and for the low figures at which ho has marked them.
Resolved further. That his fine Sugar, Coffee, Lard, Bacon, Hams,
Molasses, Rice, Grst, Butter, Mackerel, Oysters, Lobsters, Canned Fruits,
Tinware, Tobacco, Cigars, Candies, Raisins, Jellies, &c, ?&., are the best ev
er offered for sale in this place.
Goods delivered anywhere in Town free of charge
P. W. BULL.
Cotton bought llio highest
arket Pries paia
0.1 hand a large stock of Mer
chandiz ? which is offered a the
sept 23 1876 tf.
Lome One! Come All!
DOYLE'H CORNER! ~~
J. H. SCHACHTE
With a full supply of Groceries,
Shoes, Clsthmg and General Mer
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco,
Lo v7 Down Prices.
DR J G WANNAMAKER
AND PROPRIETOR OF THE
ORANGEBURG DRUG HOUSE.
Where can always be found a Selected Stock of PURE CHEMICALS,
Genuine Drugs, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Comb? and Brushes,
Fancy and Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Also Cutlery, Cigars and Tobacco.
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded, by experienced hands.
?o NIGHT BELL promptly answered.
We give our undivided attention to tho DRUG BUSINESS, andfeel
assured that wc can make it to the advantage of our friends and customers to
purchase from us. Wo have just made nn addition to our largo stock compri:
sisg every article kept in a FIRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE. Every iirti;
clc that leaves our House is Guaranteed to be of best quality and sold ? the
right price. A call from the public generally is solicited. Respectfully
J. G. WANNA MAKER,