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Orangeburg news and times. [volume] (Orangeburg, S.C.) 1875-1877, July 01, 1876, Image 4

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With a full stock of Groceries,
Liquors?, Cigars and Tobaccos.
Gall on him and he will do his
best to please you.
McCREERY,?L0VE & CO.,
WILL open to-morrow, (Monday,) March 27, 1R7T?, at greatly reduced prices, during
the next fifteen days, will sell their entire stock of l>ry CSoods, Hals, Caps, Roots
and Shoes at lower prices than ever before ollered to make room for large nhipmciitti now
on the way.
"Your"attention is directed to the following partial price list of the many articles vro
propoBC to sell you at a bargain :
SOpicces New Style Dress floods, at II cents per yard.
-6 cases Wamsulta Bleached Muslin, at 12 1-'-! cents per ysrd.
50 dozen Ladii^s' Elegant New Style Tics, at 25 cents each,
.leases White Piques, at 12 1-2 cents per yard,
?? cases Prints, Fast Colors, warranted at ? cents per yard.
10 cases Good Style Prints, warranted at 0 1-1 cents per van'..
2 cases Yard Wide Cambrics, at 10 cents per yr.rd.
25 pieces Grans Cloth all Colors, at 10 cents per yard.
AH of the Newest Styles and best brands of Prints will be sold a! ! I?2 cents per yard.
Brown, Bleached and Plaid Homespuns at proportionately low nrie?-t.
Ourstock of Roots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, at a general t< dm ;:<..:< cf 20 p< f cent.
The best assortment of Trunks, Valises, Lunch and Market P.aslcets in the city.
Our entire Stock of Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shade., \\ all Paj.or, tte. will be closed
out.at and below cost.
The above will convince you that the place to e,ct cheap godtP and t;ood atirntion i :l
the Grand Central Dry Goods Establishment. Now is your time hi ?-. eti.v bargains; ('all
early and often.
McCEEERY, love & co,
march27tf C O Ij v M ? I A, S. ?.
ENTERPRI
P. W. BULL & CO.
Having bought out this Establishment, wc will keep constantly on hand
a full line of '(
. ,v Wines, Xjic[Tiors5 Cigar? and Tobacco.
ToTthc:rear of the Saloon, arc two excellent Billiard T&folCS
and "TllO Devil Amon;; the Tailors," which comhim d/allbrds epleudid
pastime. Order will b?kept at this place, and Ihe mo^triLStidious can
visit it without any danger of being insulted. / ?
nijir 4?ly
jP. w. j3tji.x, Sd co.,
p Propiiotore Club Saloon,
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S. E. ToTjui. S. A. Albergotti.
The cheapest BACON, FLOUR,
SUGAR, DRY GOODS BOOTS,
and SHOES I ouse in the County.
This is the unanimous verdict
of the people, gained by adhering
strietlyt com* Cash and Small
Profit System.
s. e. tobin & co.,
. c. pi k e,
AT
YOSE'S OLD STAND,
Uns OPENED, REFITTED and RESTOCKED this Large and Com
modious Store with the most
SELECT STOCK OF GOODS
EVER OFFERED HERE, comprised of
FRESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
WOOD WAKE, . GLASS WAR 10,
CROCKERY WARE, CANNED GOODS. '
Dry Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Which is olTcrcd at PRICES that will ASTONISH those that wish to
SAVE MONEY these HARD TIMES. A call will convince you of the
above facts.
OOXJISJTl^Y 3?ROr>XJC3i) AV.A.NTED,
For which the HIGHEST MARKET PRICES will be p/id.
mn Constantly on hand FERTILIZERS.
[LIMB to* JBxiildiiig; ? "Fertiliziii/^ purposes, con
stantly on hand, and for sale at Reasonable Rates.
jau 29 1876 / ly
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Hereby informs his Fric
receiving o Iurgo stock ?>!'
a v. w h ? G u 3Bi,(nw 'W ? ? J
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Kiu'.i, :iml the 1'uTilic gcivomlly, that he U now
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general Merchandise
and respectfully requests ai)' early cxamintftiorr of same.
Prices arc lower thaw ever iu this marmot lor cash;.
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GEOKGE II CORNELSO.N,
J. STRAUSS & CO.
Ilice, Grist, Meal and Lumber Balers,
Beg iC'uA-c to call attention to heir Increased Facilities
for supplying all wants in (heir line.
All grades RICE for sale at LOW FIGURES.
GRIST and MEAL for sale nt "
Choice Clean Rice exchanged Jor ROUGH.
BCagTiest Market JPricc P^id for RICE and CORN.
/Lately ERECTED enables us to furnish DRESSED LUMBER at uu
hcjlid of PltlCES, ns follows:
/DRESSED FLOORING, $16.50 per M. and Dressed Ceiling, $15.50*.
/ All kinds of Lumber Dressed nt LOW FIGURES. We iuvito all in
terested in HOME ENTERPRISE to visit our Establishment.
The best DRY GOODS, GROCER
IES, LIQUORS, &c., inthe County.
Let everybody come to myystore
X WALLACE CANNON.
C. D. KORTJOHN
Begs to inform his FR1END3, PATRONS and the PUBLIC generali, that
he is continually receiving Large Supplies of
Dry Goods,
Tin Ware,
Hals, Cap3, &c.
Crockery Ware,
AND
Boots, Shoes,
Wooden "Ware,
II
Of all kinds; in fact, a supply of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Always on hand at Low Prices, aud shown free of charge
All that kindly favor me fly calling and seeing for themselves, will be con
vinced that the place for thorn to hup their supplies is
C. 33. KORTJOHN.
TO
DOYLE'S CORjSnEm.
With a full supply of Groceries,
Shoes, Clothing and General Mer
chandise.
ALSO
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco*
AT
Low DOwn Prices.
DR. A 8.
DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST
lifts just opened an entire new Stock uf
DUTT G Luid Cu-IEMICAL^i
At the Stand Formerly Occupied by the late E. J. Olivcrus;
The most popular \
patent m
\\'h\t full line of
t'cttstnt'tiy on h:ind. Plie. I'r?ipri >tt?r iviil {five Personal Attention ili the C'otll^
|Voitii?lit>j;./if iMi.yWi:rljtiiis 2"* j?i?yvriji:Scksis -An*] viti+itf i omrulas.v
Pliv.iieiun? dw'irbus of um eha-rn;; wil: linil it lO their .iilcriln.'c tcf
Bt^S3P|gg^ my
r>efbre IS'iJ ut? I -Tm wl.e; e. '^~.
Ibn-ogiiixjtt;; the fact ?bat "tit T.7.vil ;<?:??? Pnriij' I* n'irfvV R*rf<?lNr?* wrf
shall .-pare no }>tvi!iH l<? .secure Ike \vn liest Medicine* A ??all u r.-j?"???:ftdl* *v! Pcrted.
Ott o?
A S. li VDRlChf ; V m&fcf;
i V 7 !j r?i
Was rejoiced when he beard that Rnheoek, Iiis Private Secretary, hid
been acquitted of Complicity in the \Y his? key Fraud*, and immediately
Sent an Order to our Store
For a car load of Dry Goyk?, Boots, Shoes, Hats,-Groceries, Ckunfsq
Meats, Oysters^ Lobsters and Salmon; aha)
For Samples of Wines, Whiskies
Ami twenty thousand of the Cigars with which wo hav# been' furtfis&itfg:
him lately. His object in making this Large Order proceeded frem a de?rtf
on his part
To Teat the Jury
Who cleared his "Bahhy." We have filled his Order, but have' still a
Large Supply of everything Good on hand. Our Prices arc suited to the'
tinier. Of course we make Grant pay well for what he gets,- but to all decent
dcoplc wc
Sell Low Down for Cash
Also for for sale 50 Tons of
R?ssel Coe's Ammoriiated Superphos
phate of Xaime.
Put up in Bags or Barrels, and Manufactured at linden, UNIOtf
county, new j ersey. Give us a can.
lSRlGGMANN & RENWEKEU.
BUY
All the GOODS you need from us. Wo are DETERMINED to sell yoit
Your Christmas Goods
And all others that you may waut so
CHEAP
That every one will he naking you, who you bought
FROM
When you will please say, "THESE A No, 1 GOODS, at these low
DOWN PRICES came from
BRIGG MANN & CROOK'S

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