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Orangeburg Insurance Society,
OF OPl-A-ISTG EBTJUGr, B. O.
J. C. PIKE, President, THEO. KOHN, Vice-President.
JNO. A. HAMILTON, See'y and Treasurer.
JAS. A. FOWLES. A. S. SALLEY.
J. G. WANNAMAKEPv, J*. J. S. ALBERGOTTI.
A. S. SALLEY, M. D.
Apply for Membership to JNO. A. HAMILTON,
may 5?3m See'y and Treasurer.
W. K. CR.0 0K
Keeps constantly on hand a fresh supply of
Bacon Hams, Lard, Butter, Syrup, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Flour, Grist, Meal,
Rice, and all kinds of
Together with a selected stock of Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos, &c.'
IST" Will pay the highest Market Price for Chickens, Eggs, and all
Soliciting a share of your Patronage, I am, very Respectfully, yours.
W KI CROOK
apl 21 1877 52
Programme means honesty, efficiency and economy in office. Peace,
prosperity and Ihe advancement of the material interests of tho State will
permeate every avenue of her domain under tho administration of the
People's Governor. His
Is now fully established, and merchants will take new courage and
make extraordinary efforts to accommodate their customers. This fact will
Shortly by all those who do their buying of us. With Spring we have
replenished every department of our large assortment of goods, and aro
now offering unparalleled bargains to the public. And
we are of the opinion that we can supply the wants of pur friends upon ea
sier and bettor timss than tiny can obtain in Charleston. Our Dry Goods
Department is the most thorough and select in Ora ugeburg, while our sup
ply of Groceries embraces everything that im agination can conceive of in
thatliue. Our fertilizers are the bestand choicest in the market. Ina
word, if you WANT TO SAVE MONEY call in at our store, remembering
always, however, that if you have Greenbacks to throw away on costly bar
gains and inferior articles, that you have a porfect right to exercise that
privilege and trade elsewhere. We keep a first class store and guarantee
complete satisfaction to all our fricuds,
J. C. P I K E & CO,
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.
"HigllCst MaT'ket UPrice paid for RICE and CORN.
OTJR JPLA-NIlSTGr MILL
Lately ERECTED enables us to furnish DRESSED LUMBER at un
heaid of PRICES, as follows:
DRESSEx FLOORING, S15 per M. and Dressed Ceiling, 814 per M.
Bills for ROUGH LUMBER, sawed to order at lowest rates.
FO V< ALE
linstcrig Lathes, Machine Oil, low down.
A largo number of
Second-Hand Portable and Stationery Engines
In Good Working Order, for sale very Low.
We invite all interested in HOME ENTERPRISE to visit our EstabhV
J. STRAUS & CO.
(Cor. Market and Amelia Streets.)
J. WALLACE CANNOT
DRY GOODS. 4 GROCERIES,
AH persons having demands against the
.; Estate,-!of tho late Emmanuel Ezekiel,
'deceased, ure requested to present tha name
properly attested to the undersigned, and
all persons indebted to said Estate will
make immediate payment to,
ANNIE EZEKlEL VAN NOORDEN,
t ? Administrix.
ItuBbeil Street, Orangeburg, S. C.
In Tho District Court of the
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF
. IN THK MATTER OF WlLLIAM
JIANKR UPT?IN RA NKR UPTOY
T/hisia to give notioe that I havefded my
<L" final account as Assignee of the EMute of
William Knotls Ihtukrupt in said Court and
that on the l.r> day of May instant, I shall
apply to said (Jourt for the settlement of my
qaid account and for a discharge from all
liability us Assignee of said Instate in ac
cordance with the. provisions of the 23 sec
tion of she Act of Congress entitled "An
Act to establish a uniform system of Dank?
rnptey throughout the United States ap
proved Mai eh 2 1870.
C. H. ?LOVER,
may ? 21.
Mrs. J. Ogreon has herewith the pleasure
tu inform the Citizens of Orangeburg that
nhc has opened a first-claw Laundry, und
is now ready to receive and make up any
kind of clothes in the very best stylo, and at
the mo't reasonable prices. The Estab
lishment^* from date entirely undor ray
own s.iperinlcndance. For further infor
mation apply either at tho Laundry or^nt
Mr. Ogren's Saddlery Store.
MRS. J. OGREN.
may 5th tf.
Notice uf Dismissal.
Notice jh hereby given that I will file ray
final account with the Judge of Probate for
Orangebnrg County, the final account of
Dr. Joseph A Keller deceased, as Ouardian
of Henry Addcn nnd ask to bo discharged
from all further and other accounting touch
big the management aud disposition of the
EsUite of tho late Henry Addcn by the said
Dr. Joseph A. Keller in his lifetime and
ask for letters of dismissal.
MORGAN J- KELLER,
^FRANCIS E. KELLER,
DR., rOSEPH A. KELLER, deceased
may 5th It.
With its flowers, perfurues aud the warbling of birds is here, and ao is
of fine Groceries, Wines, Ales, Liquors; etc. Times are hard to an
Wants of the People
I have mark ed my goods down. Families can be supplied of me almos
as cheap as in the harlcston Market. Besides Groceries and Liquors,
keep constan tly on hand choice
Fresh Peef and Pork
and take pleasure in filling orders and delivering goods at door of purchaser
Givo me a call or send for what you want. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Bargains in Groceries and Liquors can be had at my store. Having assum
ed full control of the business heretofore conducted by Rickenbaker & Tay
lor, aud having excellent faciltics for purchasing
Goods LoW Down
I am able to compete successfully with all opposition. My goods are always
fresh and of the choicest variety, while my Whiskies, Wines, etc., are uni
versally acknowledged to be the purest in Oraogeburg,
A cordial invitation is extended to all my friends to give me a call.
11 PROFITS AID QUICK SM
Is my motto, and I guarantee satisfaction in all puiaha-es made at ray store
LUTHER S. RICKENBAKER
CHOICE & FRESH GOODS
.A.T LOW PRICES
Just Received and for sale by
S. E. TOBIN & CO.
CORNER RUSSEL STREET AND RAILROAD AVENUE.
Also one Large SHO^T C J&SX2 ?l Complete Order.
DR. A S. HYDRICK,
DRUGGIST A1ND CHEMIST
Has just opened an entire new Stock of
DRUG and CLIEMICALS,
At the Stand Formerly Occupied by the late E. J. 01ivcro3.
The inorft popular \
"With full line of
Constantly on hand. The Proprietor will give Personal Attention to the Com
pounding of Physicians Prescriptions and Private Formulas.
Physicians desirous of purchasing will find it to tUcir advantage to
INSPECT MY STOCK
Before Buying Klsewheie.
Recognizing the fact that "In Medicine Purity is abo7c Price," wC
shall spare no pnillS.to sccuro the very best Medicines. A call is respectfully solicited.
A. S. HYDRICK, Druggist.
oct 30 1775 52
C. D. KORTJOHN
Begs to call the attention of his friends and pnrroLS that he has on
hand and offers for sale ^
20 TONS ST0U0 ACID
This Acid was cue errud ov'for two^ soasons which alone guarrantees
Always on hand at Low Prices, and shown free of charge.
All that kindly favor me fly calling aud seeing for thcmsolvos, will be con
vinced that tho place for them to bnp their supplies is
C. D. KORTJOHN.
Has on hand a large and varied stock of
of 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 get a bargain.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
PEOF. ANTON BERG,
Agent.LiMldcn A Blutes Southern Music Mouse,
"Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast."
I am now prepared to oiler inducements to tho public of Orangeburg that
have never been heard of before I have a magnificent assortment of
Pianos from Chickering, Haines Bros., Hallet, Davis <fc Co., aud Southern
Gem, etc., and Mason <fr Hamlin's Organs. Pianos from $200 and upwards.
Terms extraordinarily easy. Organs from 870 and upwards. Besides
Violins, Brass Instruments, Violin Strings, Sheot Mti3ic, and in a word,
everything that a musical tasto can suggest in tho above lino.
I can be found at Slater's Hotel, whore my instruments can bo inspected,
and where I will always bo glad to give any information ou the Piano
Organ, Violin, <fcc., required,
ftcpt 30 187G ly
INABINET & SfcOAK
Respectfully informs the citizens of Orangeburg aud vicinity that they
have opened with a large stock of . '
in this place consisting of First class
Which will be Replenisned Weekly. Also u well selected stock pf \
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Boots, Shoes aud,Hat?.
Beside? the above we will keep constantly on hand a full supply of tlicr beat
Fancy and Plain Candies and Fruits.
We call upon everybody to step in at T. D. Wolfe'u Old Stand and
examine our prices before purchasing.
OUR SAMPLE ROOM 4
One door East of our Store is, Stocked with everything of the best quality
Now is the time to get Bargains!
dec 9 1870 -
SOULUBLE PACIFIC 611?
Te the above well known
GUANO AND COMPOUND VCID PHOSPHATE
is nowow offered for sale at the following places in this county. Consumer?
this Guano will find it fully up to last years quality which gave such uuis
versal satisfaction. For circulars and prices apply lo
L3TJL1L & OOVILLE, Orano-burg.
,T. EL LORYEA, Lewisville.
W 3? I)alee, Row^svilb
E. H. FROST & Co, Charleston S. C.
Is receiving all the taxes needed to k*>ep it going and to supply frith
food the inmates of the Lunatic Asyh<m, Penitentiary, etc., but the question
is, will the people of this couuty receive supplies sufficient to do them unless*
they call on
JONES & WANNAMAKEB?
Times, it is true, are Ii ml. b it t!n n iMjjvi I st tr 1/ i > n >f ?11 ~).'i i^r
burg county should see to it that the
Is taken care of. And to this end the. above narrud fir-n is bending all
their energies. With nn abundance of Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Lard Baconr
Hams.d aimed Fruits, Milts; Oysten a i 1 birr di of | Whiskey that will hold
a Ben for twenty lour hours, they hope f.o b^ of some mjrviee in the wrar
against Starvation. A cord.aI in vi tuti in is therefore extended to every nnii,
woman and child in the county to give them a call. It will pay.
BSf We will fill all Orders for Lumber at sh -rt it itio?. Lmve s.kuj at
our Store ami we guarantee satisfaction will \a re.i.iVrot I. ;J
Joins & Wain: maker
ONE HUNDRED YEARS ago the quiet and unpretending citizen* ot
th isplace did not dream that a century hence I would open the com.detest
That was ever established in the interi ?r of \ i r.'t ir >'i iy It?
they thiuk of the mighty destiny that win wrappii up in tin future fir Or
angeburg. It was to b?comeone of the centres of trala and industry, bi?t
the homespun maiden and the unkempt bachelor of the long ago, had no*
prophetic visions of tho fact. But
Truth is stranger Than Fiction.
And on the 21st of August, 1876, on Russel Street, next door to D.r.
Hydrick's Drug Store, in the Town of Orangeburg, I established
THE CENTENNIAL. GROCERY
My friends wero invited to examine my .stock and after a thorough in
spection passed the following
RESOLUTIONS UNANMOUSLY." ? , M
Resolved, That tho people of Orangeburg ounty who are fond of
good things to eat, are tinder obligations to P. W, Bull for the considera
tion he has manifested towards them in the establishment of his SPLEN
DID GROERY, aud for the low figures at which he has marked them.
Resolved further, That his fine Sugar, Coffee, Lard, Bacon, Hams,
Molasses, Rice, Grst, Butter, Mackerel, Oysters, Lobsters, aimed Fruits,
Tinware, Tobacco, Cigars, andies, Raisina, Jellies, &c, are the best ?T
er offered for sale in this place.
JO?* Goods delivered anywhere in Town free ofjeharge
P. W. BULL.
Come One! Come All!
-J. H. SCHACHTE
With a full supply of Groceries,
Shoes, Clothing and General Her*
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco,
Low Down Prices.