Newspaper Page Text
By purchasing your GROCERIES
S. E. TOBIN & CO.,
? Corner Russell Street, & Railroad Avenue.
JW?T AVE ARE SELLING' BEST CALICO AT 61 CENTS.
Cleaned out Custcr and his gallant hand, but I am determined to keep a
store at tho Railroad that a whole army of Orangeburgiaus shad not, he
able to buy out.
THE SIOUX CHIEF
May fight on and eat dried Buffalo, but the Orangeburg Public shall always
find at my store a full line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Saddles, Bridles,
Hardware,Tinware,Crockery "Ware and Groceries?fresh, pure and cheap?
such ns Flour, Coffee, Teas, Sugar. Lard, Butter, etc., and canned fruits and
vegetables of all kinds; besides the best and purest supply of Wines and
liquors every offered for sale
Now is the time to get bargains. All sorts of produce taken in exchange
for goods, and the highest markct'priccs allowed therefor. There will be no
Bhcnannegin at my store. Dr. Butler is with rue and will bo glad to seo
his friends. Drop in as you pass by.
Comer Russell St. R.'R. Avenue
Thad. C. Andrews, Agent.
BRIGGMAOT & CROOK
Have on hand a full stock of
Just Received a Lot of
NEW FLOUR & PRIME CORN.
PBIOES LOW FOR CASH.
SAMPLE ROOMS DOWN STAIRS.
BRIGG MANN & CROOK.
J. STRAUSS & CO.
Rice, Grist, Meal and Lumber Dealers,
(Cor. Market and Amelia Streets.)
Beg leave to call attention to heir Increased FcLC?itieS
for supplying all wants in their line.
All grades RICE for sale at LOW FIGURES.
GRIST and MEAL (Bolted} for sale at " "
? Choice Clean Rico exchanged for ROUGH.
Highest Market jPrice F?id for RICE and CORN.
OTJH jPIliA-NINGr MILL
Lately ERECTED enables U3 to furnish DRESSED LUMBER at un
heard of PRICES, as follows:
DRESSED FLOORING, $15 per M. and Dressed Ceiling, $14 per M.
Bills for ROUGH LUMBER, sawed to order at lowest rates.
Plastering 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 Eugiucs in good
working order, for sale at half price of new.
We invite all interested in HOME ENTERPRISE to visit our e*tab
McCREERY, LOVE & CO.,
WILL open to-morrow, (Monday,) March 27, 1876, at greatly reduced price*, during
the next fifteen days, will sell their entire stock of Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Hoots
and Shoes at lower prices than ever before offered to make room for large shipments now
on the way.
Your attention is directed to the following partial price list of the many articles we
propose to fc'1 you at a bargain :
?Opiecefl New Style Dress Goods, at 11 cents per yard.
5 eases Wamsuita Bleached Muslin, at 12 1-2 cents per yard.
CO dozen Lndies' Elegant New Style Ties, at 25 cents each.
5 cases White Piques, at 12 1-2 cents per yard.
5 cases Prints. East Colors, warranted at 5 cents per yard.
10 e.ises Good Stvle Prints, warranted at R 1-4 cents per yard.
2 cases Yard Wide Cambrics, at 10 cents per yard.
2?r> pieces Grass Cloth all Colors, at 10 cents per yard.
All of the Newest Styles and best brands of Prints will be Bold at 8 1-2 cents per yard.
Drown, Pleached nnd Plaid Homespuns at proportionately low prices.
Our stock of Hoots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, at a general reduction of 20 per cent.
The best assortment of Trunks, Valises, Lunch and Market Haskets in the city.
Our entire Stock of Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Wall Paper, &c. will be closed
out at and below cost.
Tlic above will convince yon that the place to get cheap goods and good attention is at
t&o Grand Central Dry (iced:; Establishment. Nuw is your time to seeuro bargains. Call
unrly and often.
McCREERY, LOVE & CO,
mnrch27tf COLUMBIA, S. C.
Turnip and Ruta
"'"Winter Cabhnge SKKDS c.r all discrip
tionH just -lU'Ccivcd from the Celebrated
House of I). Lamlrcth & Son, for Sale bv
'?? s , lm
$12 A DAY atl.omo. Agents
wanted Outfit and terms free. Tit UK ?
(Jo., Augusta, Main?.
mar 11 1H7? ly
..? ? ?' ?' i : ' N '' '
Good BEEVES and SHEEP in
good condition, for which lull
market price will ho paid. Apply to
may 13 tf
C|?5 TO #?0 JPEIt I>AY AT
fp Homo. Samples worth $1 free.' Stineori
& f'o., Pur*land, Maine.
HAS REMOVED TO
T. D. WOLFE'S OLD STAND
With a full stock of Groceries,
Liquors. Cigars and Tobaccos.
Gall on him and he will do his
best to please you.
W n ? C a so eo
frill * ? f I ^: 9 ?
M:tg?If gill? 3 g &
^21.1 21 li.lli 1 g &
i ft|$ifct I 2 >? u (?)
Jillw Ili ?s ? s> l i fe
Hg tares a s | *f ? ?
Is gg-S* S ^ 3 cq
? |j*gig t W g fei
>T^s^ ST g g ?
Was rejoiced when lie hcard'that Babcock, his Private Secretary, had
been acquitted of Complicity in the "Whiskey Frauds, and immediately
Sent an Order to our Store
For a car load of Dry Gooks, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Canned
Meats, Oysters, Lobsters and Salmon; also
For Samples of -Wines, Whiskies,
And twenty thousand of tho Cigars with which we have been furnishing
him lately. Hi? object in making this Large Order proceeded from a desire
on his part
To Teat the Jury
Who cleared his "Babby." We have fdled his Order, but have still a
Large Supply of everything Good on bond. Our Prices arc suited to the
times. Of course wo make Grant pay well for what he gets, but to all decent
Sell Low Down for Gash
Also for for sale 50 Tons of
R?ssel Coe's Ammoniated Superphos
phate of Xiime.
Put up in Bags or Barrels, and Manufactured at LINDEN, UNION
COUNTY, NEW JERSEY. Give us a call.
BRIGGMANBT & REN NEK EU.
C. D. KORTJOHN
Begs to inform bis FRIENDS, PATRONS and the PUBLIC gcucrall, that
ho is continually receiving Large Supplies of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, &c.
Tin Ware, Wooden Waro,
Of all kinds; in fact, a supply of
Always on band at Low Prices, and shown frco of charge
All that kindly favor me fly calling and seeing for themselves, will be con
vinced that the place lor them to bup their Bupplies is
O. D. KORTJOHN.
t GEO. H. GORNELSON.
Hereby informs his Friends, and the Public generally, that he is now
receiving o large stock of
' ' ' ' "????'(.; i.i.v:>
and respectfully requests an early examination of same.
Prices arc lower than ever iu this market for cash.
GEORGE H CORNELSOX.
With a full supply of Groceries,
Shoes, Clothing and General Mer
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco,
Low DOwn Prices.
DR. A. S. HYDRICK,
DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST
lKmju.il opened an entire new Stock of
dt* TT G and chemicals,
At the Stand Formerly Occupied by the late E. J. Oliven?.
Tlic most popular v
PATE XT MEDICINES
With full line of
Constantly on hand. Tlic Proprietor will give Personal Attention to the (h?nl*
PioundlnK of I'liyMtcisuin I?rcHcripilou.?i ami i rivatc Formiilns?
hysicians (IcdroiiR of purchasing will tluil it to their advantage to
INSPECT MY STOCK,:
Before Buying Klnewheic.
Recognizing the fact that "In Medicine 1'iirtty In iiltor? Price/' we
shall rparc no |millH.to secure the very hest Medicines. A call In respectfully solicited,
A. 8. HYDKICK, Druggist,
?et 30 1775 ?2
I've Got It!
The best DRY GOODS, GROCER
IES, LIQUORS, &e./_intheCounty.
Let everybody come to myystore.
J. WALLACE CANNON.
J. C. P I K E,
VOSE'S OLD STAND,
Has OPENED, REFITTED and RESTOCKED this Large and Com*
jnodious Store with the most
SELECT STOCK OF GOODS
EVER OFFERED HERE, comprised of
FRESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE.
WOOD WARE, GLASSWARE,
CROCKERYWARE, CANNED GOODS,
Dry Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Which is offered at PRICES that will ASTONISH those that wish to
SAVE MONEY theso HARD TIMES. A call will convince you of the
country produce wanted,
For which the HIGHEST MARKET PRICES will be paid,
*6T Constantly on hand FERTILIZERS,
lime for Building or Fertilizing purposes, con
stantly on baud, and for sale at Reasonable Rates.
jan29 1870 ly