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or contract advertisements.
Bill Heads, tetter Heads, Envolopes
Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c.
neatly executed at this office,-CHEAP
TO THE TEACHERS
TiE following' bo3ks, published by
D. Appleton & Co., have been adopted by
the State Board of Education, to be used
for five years in all the schools through
out the State;
APPLETON's SERIPs OF ]READER
CORNELL'O FIRST STEPS im GEoonAuy.
CoRNEI4L's PIMAnY GEOunAPnY.
CORNELL's INTERMEDIATE GEOOnAPH1Y.
QUACKENnos' PRIMARY GnAMMAn.
QUACKENOS' ENoman G4,mmAn.
QUACKENDO11' ILLUSTHATED LEssONs Iw OUn
QUACKENDOs' FInST LEssoNs IN CoMPosi
QUAcKENaoi' ComPosirIo Am') liRoIu.
APPLETON's MODEL COPY Boos.
To secure an uniformity, and as a mat
ter of economy, it is to the interest of the
parents and teachers that those books
should be put in the schools at onco.. To
facilitate the matter and to save extra
expense to the parents. I have mra ar
rangenmenlt with Messrs. MoMIASTER
& BRtICE, Bookseollors, to exchanige
these ks for the old ones now in hands
of the scholars, and to sell thoso not ex
changed at redntded rates for the next
For further information on these and
all oth.ir books published by -D. Ap'ple
ton & Co., please address
.w. P. HlIX,
General Southern Ageht,
och 22-m COLUMBIA, S. C.
J. Is BEATYTSe
rhave just returned frotn New
JYork, and -am opening.~daily -a
varied stock of
HATS AND CAPS,
My riendu atre In'vited- to-Call.
I again call the otenVo' the
public to my stooJ I"a ~ aen
standard screwed and4 wire
sewed Boots and shoes.
sept 28 A.
BO(OTS AN4D igl.rugS,
T'HE lavg stock. of thc above'ag
L offered byhim. Grat ,ioducemeints.
to eash customers.
oct 17 ri. U0 mEn~~Em .,
150 PAIRS Boys'and Youths
GAITERS-Nos. 1 to 5, worth
from $1.50 to $2.50 por pair. Re
duced to 50 and 75 conts por pair.
Call and soo them.
SUGENHEIMER & OROESCHEL
P EOPLE to know that we have a good
Painter and a good Trimmer, and that
we are thoroughly prepared to do good
is well seasoned, being from two to three
wfll,attend to the Horse Shouing depart
We sell the famous Tredegar Horse and
Mule Shoes, Southern manufacture.
Also, the Bronzed Horse Shoo Nail, best
in the market.
All work as represented, or ' o ch arge
Prices as low as any respons. blefirm.
in the county.
DESPORTES & MONTS,
sept 5-- Wheelrightiand Faririers.
A ND inspect the largest and best so
lut;Lod stock of goods ia WXiansboro;
which we guarantee to sell at the lowest
Our stock comprises a full line of
Gents' Furnish ing Goods,
CASSIMERES! CASSI[MERES !
From the celebrated Charlottesville
Salem Jeans, Kerseva, Tweeds, Satinets,
A large and varied assortment of HatB
Clothing of ali kinds and at all prices.
Best and cheapest stock of Boots and
Shoes in town.
N.B. --We would cal). special attention
to our large and varied asFortment of
Hamburg Edgings and White Trimmings.
3. F. McMASTER & CO.
New Summer Cook.
fso DOES NOT H EAT THE HOUSE.
Perfect for all kinds of Cooking and Heat
Always ready and reliable.
The most satisfactory Steve made and the
P' Send for cireulars.
WRITNEY & HALL MF'G. CO.,
jaly 27-ly. -128Chestnut St., Phila.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WLOI arrivlnid large and well seleot;ed
J.~stock of Boots, and Shoes, dlirect
frein thle Manufacturers, which I can*
Wa*ant, andl I will net be undersold I
Give moa callbefore you make your pur.
Are Always -1appy Homes.
,W hat hth Iarth liilettrer in palaczie or 'zrove,
Thanl lati-ste at, ItIgit-11all [rm1111 1s ital, we love?
Then go'thor tile li,ttle ones arouind the Platu
or Organ aft er lie tolls of t he (ay arje over, at ,(1
lljoy 11 real limo volicert. If you have Im
hone, get. one right away, or If you havenI. aI)*
chIldren, bor;ow some, iild if youl aro withoiut a1
P1AN0 OR ORGAN
BUY ONE FORTH WITH AT
U1DEN & jATEr'
The Great Wholesale 1iaro and Orgar
Depot of the South.
TEN THOUSAND FAMILIES
Have In the past. ten years purchased Instru.
mneni(m from u and every one can testify to thel
sit elrit.y. Tostit purchiasers exactly is out
)o e 11y 1 andlight.. We can (to it, wo will dc
t., and w ire doing it dally. Every Instru
mn10t, sold sells a dozen others for us.
AND NOW TO BUSINESS.
FOl FA 1A TIADE. 187N, we are ready witl
the largest. and tine.t line of Istru tmentIs eve
displayed South, whicl we sell (irect to ptlr
Chasers onl the NO AO;N'T. NO COM MISSION
PLAN at. Mlainufacturer's PAC'IolY ILATES
for CASl m11a( on EASY TEloMs. No Iogu
Instruments sold at any price. Every Instri
ment we sell bears it iaker's niame and has
written sIx years giarant ec. Rellable Instru
ients at LOWEST HATHES in America is wha
we guarantee. On this rock we stand an
challenge all competition. Tie main who ca
unldersel 11ts Isn't born yet.
7 Octave, : : $185. 9 Stops, - $05
7), Octave, : : $145. 12 Stops, : : $15.
Ouaranteel the best soll III tIe L. S., at cel
rices. Nothing lIke them ever before ofered
Strictly wholesale rates. No reduetton t
Dealer or Teacliers. Sold only for cash. N(
use to a5k Credtit.
PIANOS FROM OLD MAKERS
CIICKERINO, $370 KNABE& CO., GoST
M1ATIU8111FK, 230. PEASE & CO.. 179
HAINES 168O., 250.SOUTIEIN GEM, 167
Select from above list and you will have a Plan
good for a Ifetine of hard tise. True econoni
le In lhe puchase of an A No. 1 Instrument
Ti best tire always the cheapest., as vell a
ORGANS FROM OLD MAKERS
M ASON & IAMLIN, 10 %'tops, $100.
PELOUBET & PELTON, 9 Stops, 75.
Tn elegant New Style Cases. Fifty styles fron
$4it to $io0. 'iese mngnifflcent Instruinit
cost. a Ht tle more than Inaniy others. but wil
wear twice as long. and are far better. Illus
trated Catalogues free.
SEE THESE EASY TERMS
PIAANOS.-$15 monthly, until pail
for; or 825 Cash1, run-i balance in $14
monthly paymeont; or, one-half Casl1
down and balance in one year.
O1 GA NS. -$7.20 tos$15quaitrterly,fo
ten quarters; or, $5, to $10 mont.hly, umn
til paidl for; or, one-half Cash down an<l
balance iia One year.
Instrumnt~iloe not, urch 1asers ru in
P>E?TA R E s * l"al0"Cuatn" n
flodedW h tem.Ifany man offers you
$l.000 Piano for $275, or a $260 Organ for $05t
tell him he lies and yott woa't, mliss thle mark
Outrageous dlecept Ions are practised now. Bu:
only rom reptable, well-knownu IIouse 0
Qecure best Instrumentsa at lowest p)riret
Iave Money, Imern,ilisk, and Freight.
BY PURCIIASING FROM
L UDD EN & BA TES,
aug 1 7-tx3mnos
White Lead au ixed1 Paint Co.
CAPITAL ST OCK, $100,000.
Theme Palate are mixed, ready for usean
One Qur to a rnd i n un6te o
Do YOUR AWN PAINTING.
These Painte are made of Pure White read
~ino and Linseed Oil held in solution and readt
for usme; are one thmird chea r and will last thra.,
time s long as Paint mi nthe ordinarwy way.
wil -b pid orevery ounc of adulterations
fottnd in them, Thousands ofone sad some
Of the finest villas in America ere pAnted with
these Paints. Bend for Teetimonaa of same,
mlsc for Sample Color,and Prico Litt, to the
GLOBE MIXEp PAINT C0s,
103 Ca brSt,NwYork
-Cor, MOk6AK& WA 8,,I~b& JERSEY CI15
.i .you want, to MAKE -c
ittIiibi, dONE~Y pleasantly'an
fast, address FINLEY, HIARY Y & 00.
Ablajta. Georada. Jun 1..-.,
BEST FAMILY S
The "NEW AMERICAN" to easily karned,
with less labor than any other machine.
.T. S. DOVEY. Manager, 64 N
J. 0. B3OA , Agent for Fairlield.
UCCESS has smiled on my short
day will offar greater bargains tht
list, which I will warrant to be as c
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES-Bou
the same at prices never before hea
HATS, HATS, all grades and qw
50 cents, sold everywhere at 85 an
10 dozen Ladies' Hats to be sold
Calicoes, 61 cents
Good Linseys at 15 "
Kentucky Jeans Commencing 10
Kentucky Jeans, something
extra, 20c. up to the finest 334 "
> Cassimeres and Tweeds from 25 ets
up to the finest pants patterns a
four and five dollars.
Heavy Canton Flannel, sold everj
place at 15 and 16 ets., only 10 cts
r Bleached Shirting commencing fa
6+ cents up to Fruit Loom, 4
shirting, 10 cents
WamButta 4 4 shirting, 121"
Lonsdale Cambric, 15 "
Towels commencing at 8 cents ari
ranging up to the fine Damask,
at 25 and 30 cents.
JOHN L. Al
The Leader of Low Prices -
FOR DESIGN AND WOR
Before making your p)urchIases elsew~
LUMBER AT PRICES TO Si
I keep on hand a full sup)ply of
Coffins of the finest finish. Also, a e
FRESH GOODS !
A fine lot of Augusta Flour of various
CI-.brands, consisting of Double Extra,
k3un Beam, s'now Flake and Pilot.
A fresh lot of Mackerel Fish in bar
rels, kegs and kits. Fresh iJolted Meal
and Pearl Grist.
A nice lot of Irish Potatoes and
Onions. Chense, Crackers &c.
50 lbs. best Green Tea~ @ 50 per lb.
I have just received a ni[ce lot of Indian
nov 12 WM. HI. DONLY.
Alimited quantity of pure Soed
l C.eete of y ownraising and .se.
IT IS THE
ONLY SEWING MACHINU
WHICII II A
It has Sclf-Setting Needle.
Never Breaks the Thread.
Is the Lightest Running,
A Now and Simplo Device
Winding the Bobbin,
Without romovirf tho Strap frora
t11 anzce Wheel., and Wittig
gut UnthreadivU the
The Simplest, the Most Durable.
and in every respect the
does not get out of order, and will do more woril
Illustrated Circular furnishe4 on application,
Charles Street% Baltimore, Md.
profit system and on and after Mon.
n ever as you will seo by my price
hleap as Chester, Columbia or Charles.
ght for hard cash and will bo sold for
ditios. A big drive in a man's hat at
1 90 cents.
at one-fourth their original cost.
, NOTIONS &C.
Savo your coppers, just think what
you can buy fur one dollar in fancy
144 buttons for shirts or calico 5 ets.
Arthur & Co.'s Neodlos, Sharps, sold
every place at 10 ets., only 5 ets.
Pins, 3 "
Fine Toitot Soap, 3
Goo- MAt!iino Cotton, 200
yards. Black SpocA, 3 "
Steel Thimbles, metal lined, 2
Best Unlaundriod Shirt made, 95 "
A very good Unlaundried Shirt,75 "
Don't forget the place.
- - -- Winnsboro, S. 0.
JIANTED AS REPRESENTED.
IR THAN EVER.
A new supply of 'Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pi.
tures, WVall Pockets, Brackets,
Mirrors, Spr'ing Beds, Mat
-Atrosases, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
JIT THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE~ PRICES.
ID TO MAKE TO ORDER.
Metalic and Rlosewood Cases and
heap stock of Coffins.
"TIL E TE A CH ER."
" N JANUARY next we will isue the
ifirsit number of
A monthly journal devoted to the in
terests of Tfeach ers, Schools, and the
Cause of Education in general. To brina
it within the reach of all, we haveo fixoa
the subsoription price at the low rate of
FIFTY CENTs rEn ANNUM.
Specilmen copy will be sent hy mail
prgpid rn receip)t of a livo cenut stamp
jfi- Tenohers will do well to sendfo
our Edu~cational Catologue.
~LDiE .& BII0
66 22-zt3m 17 North 7eh st; Ph'