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W E are pleased to annouance to the
buyers of Winnsboro and the County,that
we are now, reoceiving one of the largest
Shoes and Boote,
Hats and Caps,
Ever offered in this market.
It aball bo our aim, as heretofore, t
sell as low as the lowest.
In short,wo don't intend for any one to
go away from Winnsboro to get cheap
goods. Call and examino our
New Summer Cook.
Perfect for all kinds of Uooking and Heat
The meat satisfactory Stove made and the
Jat Send for ocirculars.
WHITNEY & HALL MF'G. CO.,
july 27-1y 123 Chestnut St., Phila.
FRESH GOODS !
--CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bbls. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Mfaccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bble., eans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured llama.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mulle
.Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Win~e and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chfow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whic~h will be sold cheap for
naQY 9 n R 'lIrNmIKEN.
NEWV ADVItTIS10 \fs.
PAtSON'. PU1111At'IvE 'I,. 1 m1 aLIke liew riel
)O MI, an l w ill coui pl(tely e.lalinge t eho loot inI
thc entire systemlin lhree mont,hs. Aiy per
Son Who will takit one pill each lIghIt. frolln
olle to twelve weviks 11ia. be restored to sounld
lieltith, If such a thling he poslsble. 8.n-It by
Ilall for elght letter stain p. 1. 8. JOHNSON
& CO., liangor, Maine.
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action or .the orilnar.y 1'1rous l'In1sti.r. It, re
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flasters will not even relieve. Sold every
witero 1). IDrtiggists, i'Ice. 25 Cits.
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J. 14 LIPPINCOTT & Co.,
Publishers, Bookosellers, and Statloners,
715 and 717, Market St., Philadelphia.
TOW arriving,a large and well seleoted
INstock of Boots and Shoes, direct:'
from the Mlanufacture'-s, which I can
warrant, and I wlll not be undersold
Give me a call before you tmake your pur
aept 17 .R I. McCA .m.
USI CAli HOMES
Are Always 11appy Iomes.
0-4 - -
.W at , at :1rth Iilrn 1) 11ia4 o: grove,
lha n izui.e It. light-f.li - ri p111).j thit we love?
Thenl g;ot Itr the li t tloes a ttitdli the 'latio
or urga II after Ihe I ls o t heI Iday (.I ; II Ovet, aI d<L
eljoy L Ilotnlo conert. It h11 Ilave it)
homl... get olie right, away, or t you ha vei't an11y
Children, burrow 30-00, Itil If you Ire WILt,ti ait
PIAND OR ORGAN
BUY ONE FORTHWITH1 AT
LUDDEN & BATIS'
The Great wioice Piano and Organ
Depot of the South.
TEN THOUSAND FAMILIES
Have in the pliast, tel yeajrs purclllsed Instrut
Ilents from s 11 ndeve'y otic (III testimy to their
sil wrlotIty. TO miit, mireiasers exaeLly Ii our
iW ley ald dellght. \i'e c.IIan dto) It, we will do
t, ti we Alre doing It. daily. Rvery In1stru
ment somi seils a toziin others for us.
AND NOW TO BUSINESS.
FORt FAL. T0tVRAM, 1,97S, we are ready with
I he largest, aint liost. 1ine of ItitiIments ever
(isplayd tt- 8 ih, whit.Ih we s-l dIecto to pur
chaIsers oil the NO AGENTS, NO('O.I MISSIONS
PLAN aLt, Mlaualiclurer's FACTORY HATES
for CASI-11 and on EAS\ 'TEts. No Bogu14
Instrumnent4 sold at, any price. Every lInst,ri
mient we sell bears It, maiker'8 itnie and has a
writ ten six years guarantee. Ileltable Inst.ru
ienits at. tLO WHST RATES in A merlea is what
we ruarantee. On tils rock we Ntand and
chiallmngo all com etition. The man who can
indersell Us Isn't, born yet.
PIA NOS. OR l4tA.ivS,
7 Octavo, : : $1.5 9 Stops, - $65.
7% Octave, : : $145. 12 Stops, : : $75.
(ull rinteed tile best sotl Iin the U. S., at. stich
prices. Not hing like ti"i ever before offered.
Strictly wholesale ratc.t. No redtiton to
Ililei- O reeniers. Sohl only for cash. No.
Use t o ask c redtit.
PIANOS FROM OLD MAKERS.
CI1IICERING, $370 KNARE& CO., "31T
MATl11411EK, 230. I'ICASH & CO., 179.
IIAINES BR1OS., 250.18OUTIEtN dEM, 16T,
Select from above list. anl you will have a Planc
od for a lifetime of hard use. True economny
Ii i It ie puichase of n n A No. I I ustrumient
The est Ikre always thie cheapest, as well ao
ORGANS FROM OLD MAKERS.
M ASON & HAMLIN, 10 lztops, $100.
PELOUBET & PELTON, 9 Stops, 75.
rn elegant New %tyle ,-ise9. Flft.y sovles from
t-41 to $400. 1ThePe lmgillienti Tnstrullontc
cost a lit tle more than m:m,111y 4ptiers. bit will
womr t.wl a ; ln'. anil are fairl better. TItus.
trated Catalogues free.
SEE THESE EASY TERMS
PIA NrOS. -$15 monthlyv, until paid
for; or $25 Caish, 'l bailance in $I0
monthly payment; or, one-hatlf Cash
down and balance in one year.
OR GANS.---7.20 to$15qu.rterly,for
ten quarters; or, $5, to $10 monthly, un
Lil paid for; or, one-half Cash dow'n and
balance in onelI year.
121 ' ? DB TrIal If desired,-W
1 I11IaiJupa freIght both ways ii
1lltimentILI does nOt suit. Purchalsers rini no
$i..ti0 PIano for $2175, or a $2610 O)rgan for $65'
tell hunt hie lies and you won't mitssL ihe mark.
Oiutrageous decepttins are p ract,Ised no0W. liuy
.il13.fro r reptable, w e1-knuownu lous0 oL
SLculre best Inistruments at lowest prIces.
~aeMonuey, TIlne, llisk, and Freight.
BY PURCHJASING FROM
LUJDDEN & BATES.
.aug 1 7-tx3mos
Rbite Lead adlixed Paint Co.
CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000.
Theme Paints are mixed, ready for usean
shade or color, and sold In any quantitIes Iromn
One Quart to a BarreL.
Ths ansaemdeo ueWieLa
fo uhse Pat are ma tid of re dwit ladrr
time as long as Paint, mixe In the ordins.ryway.
found in them. Thousands of houses and some
of the finest vIllas in Amerlea are painted with
these Paint.. Send for 'Testimonfals of same,
also for SampleOoiore and PrIe List., to the
GLOBE MIXED PAINT COs,
103S Chambers St,NN York
Cor, MORGAN& WE 0 a078&T& JERSEY Clii
AU IT Ifon*wQt*atoMAK 8
faut. alrcas FINLE HIARtV Y & Co.
BEST FAMILY SI
The 6NEW AMERICAN" Is easily learned, d
with less labor than any other machine. Ij
J. S. DOVEY, ManagOr, 64 N.
J. O. BOA, Agent for Fairlicld.
Q UCCESS has smiled on my short
k day will offer greater bargains thai
list, which I will warrant to be as ch
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES-Boug
the same at prices never before hear
HATS, HATS, all grades and qual
50 cents, sold everywhere at 85 and
10 dozen Ladies' Hats to be sold it
Calicoes, 6t cents.
Good Linseys at 15 "
Kentucky Jeans Commencing 10
Kentucky Jeans, something
extra, 20c. up to the finest 334
Cassimeros and Tweedsfrom 25 ets.
p to the finest pants patterns at
four and five dollars.
Heavy Canton Flannel, sold every
place at 15 and 16 ets., only 10 ets.
Bleached Shirting comimencing at
6} cents up to Fruit Loom, 4- 4
shirting, 10 cents.
Wamsutta 4 4 shirting, 12}
Lonsdale Cambric, 15
Towels commencing at 8 cents ard
ranging up to the fine Damak,
at 25 and 30 cents.
JOHN L. M
The Leader of Low Prices -
FOR DESIGN AND WORI
|Before making your purchases elsewi
LUMBER AT PRICES TO St)
I keep on hand a full supply of
Coffins of the finest finish. Also,acel
A fine lot of Augusta Flour of various
L-.Lbrandls, consisting of Double Extra,
8un B3eam, snow Flake and 'Pilot.
A fiesh lot of Mackerel Fillh in bar..
rels, kegs and kits, Fresh Belted Meal
and Pearl Grist.
A ' nice lot of Irish Potatoes and
Onions. Cheese, Orackeri' &o..
60 lbs. best Gree~n Tea O pe4r lb.
I have just received a nice lot of Indian
nov 12 WM. HT. DONLY.
A limited quantity of pure Seed
Wheat of my own raising and so.
looted byme. For sale by'i
oo6 1-m F. L.nU
IT 1 TIIH
ONLY SEWING MACHINE
WICII 14* A
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Never Breaks the Thread.
Never Skips Stitches.
Ja the Lightest Running.
A New and Simple Device
Winding the Bobbin,
Without rmoving tho Strap from
tho Bialance NV bee), aud with
out Uthralog tha
The Simplest, the Most Durable,
and in every respeot the
oca not gct out of order, and will do more wori
4ustrated Circular furnished on application,
Charles Sftaet, 3altiMore, X4.
'UE LEAD. -
profit system and on and after Mon
i over its you will see by my price
cap as Chester, Columbia or Chiarles
lit for hard cash and will be sold for
itios. A big drive in a man's hat at
t one-fourth their original cost.
Savo your coppers, just think wlat
you can buy for one dollar in fancy
144 buttons for shirts or calico 5 eta.
Arthur & Co.'s Needles, Sharps, sold
every place at 10 ets., only 5 eta.
Pins, 3 "
Hairpins, 2j "
Fine Toilet Soap, 3 "
Goo-1 Machine Cotton, 200
yards, Bick Spo,I, 3 "
Steel Thimbles, metal lined, 2 "
Best Unlauncdried Shirt made, 95 "
A very good Unlaundriod Shirt,75 "
Don't forget the place.
- - - Winnsboro, S. C.
ANTED AS REPRESENTED.
R THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic-.
tures, WVall Pockets, Brackets,
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
trosases, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
IT THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE PRICES.
D TO MAKE TO ORDER.
Metalic and Rosewood Cases and
teap stock of Comlng.
"T HE T E AGHER."
'IN JNUARYnextwe will issue the
A monthly journal devoted to the in
teresta of Teachers, Schools, and thme
Onuse of Educntion in general. To bring
it within the reaeh of all, we havte fixed
the subscription price at the low rate of
Frr ENsTa E ANNUM.
Specihnen -copy will be scht by~ mail
prepaid on receipt of a five cent stamp
ja'Teachers will do well t9 s'end fo
- ELDREDGE&nur, BO.
ovt 22~xt3zn . 17 North n7 m ut. hI.,