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.Tuesday. February 5. : 1895
Notice-Q. D. Williford.
esal r, et*
-Mrs. Sitgreaves has moved into the
residence of the late W. H. Williford.
-Rev. C. E. Todd, pastor of the
A. R. P. Church at Charlotte, has been
elected president of the Due West
Female College. Mr. Todd will make
a very efficient officer.
Do NOT FORGET.-The mass meet
ing will be held in Winnsboro on
Friday, the day appointed. &ll com
mittees please report in fall.
STRICKEN WIr PARALYSIS. - On
Friday Mr. Themos Hobbs was siricken
with paralysis. Dr. Hanahan says he
is doing very well at present, however.
* It will astonish you how quick Jobn
son's Maznetic Oil will kill all pains,
internal ~ad external; $1.00 size 50
cis.; 50 ct. size 25 cts. Winnsboro
Drug Store. -*
AT MT. ZION.-On Wednesday night,
February 6, Prof. Ducello's entertain
ment will take place, consisting of
illuminated ;ableaux, jtransforming
scenes, scenic effects, ventriloquism,
- &c. Admission 15 cents. Children
under 7 years old, 10 cents.4
Do You WA!T Pr.ZE CLUB11ULE?
B Mr. H. S. Wylie will have the prize
- clab rules ready for our Thursday's
Tri-Weekly NEWs A!%D iEEALD. If
you want them and do not care to
wait for next week's paper, drop us a
card and we will malyoui a copy of
H'ERE You ArLs-We have it from
a most reliable source that a gentleman
in Kentucky wants to put $1,000 in a
cotton faictory to be built in Winns
bero and wishes to make his home
here. Some one put up another thous
and. Let not the opportuniiy pass.
Small beginnings will make large end
ings if properly managed.
Tnu WATEE SUPPLY.---The follow
lng is the report of the policeman on
the water supply measurements taken
ont Monday morning:
*ourt-hense ciatern..........15 8j
Depot cistern..............14 11
Elliost's cistern.............9 6i
Neil's cistern.............. .14 21
Miller's cistern.......... 7 5
-_ Phillips' cistern.............9 S10
C'ummings' cistern..........16 5&
Mr. Jobert Fraser is back again
from Mimnaugh's big Columbia store
to his Winnsboro establishment.
Winnsboro welcomes Mr. Fraser.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Doty have re
turned from their wedding tour over
* the "Ltand of Flowers." They had a
very pleasant trip and found a very
congenial clime compared to the bliz
zards that have been blowing here.
Rev. T. M. Dent has gone to Nash
Mrs. D. H. Stevenson's biother, Mr.
' C 'er, was here On a visit last
- in is visiting at Mrs.
ee ~ sX'.
SCa"rs. D. A. Hendrix, of
- , N. C., are visiting Mrs.
Hlendrix, mother of the form
~ar White Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Arnett are visit
ing relatives in town.I
/ ' Attention. Farmers!
There will be a meeting of the farm
ers of the Union section, near Union
Church, on Saturdry next, for the
purpose of organizing a prize elnb.
All are cordially invited to join. Union
will be in the race this year; so turn
out in full. BY REQUEsr.
Those tbin, pale, weak, nervous
people continually losing flesh,!steadily
but surely going into decline and con
sumption, should not delay taking
Johnson's Aromatic :Compound Cod
Liver Gil, the great strength and fiesh
NE WANTS A ]
ocdB at --
iEY, AND WE ARE DETER
ICES THAT WILL BRING I
11 Save You the E
)NCE AND GET YOUR CII
hi A. DESPORTEE
The Farmers Are Going at it WiLh a Vim.
A farmers' club was organized at
Woodward on Saturday afternoon R
with R. W. Brice as president and a,
R. G. Brice secretary and treasurer.
Each member of the club bound bi
himself to reduce his acreage in cotton
and to plant more grain and raise F
enough meat to furnish his plantation. b;
They also agreed that if they used any
fertilizers at all they would purchase j,
only one-third of what they used last c<
Delegates were elected to represent C
the c!ub in the county convention soon
to be held.
The club adjourned to meet ou next
Saturday at 3 o'clock p. m. M. ca
Itflamed, itching, burning, crusty
and scalv skin and scalp of infants ec
soothed and cured by Johnson's Ori- TI
ental Soap. Winnsboro Drug Store.* re
At a meeting of Bethel Presbytery, in
in Yorkville, on Janukry 31, Rev. th
W. G. White, of Rlock Hill, was dis
issed to Mecklenburg Presbytery. m
He Will take cihar;,e of Graham Street W
Dhurch in Chariot e, N. C. Ti
The pastoral relation between Rev. lic
W. S. Hamiter, of Blacksburg, and de
alvary and Wocdlawn churches was H
issolved, and B-o. Hamiter was die
nissed to Cherokee Presbytery in za
The Presbytery and its churches m
regret very much to part with these H
athful and efficent workers. chi
B. P. REID. nif
BURGRY I TECOUNTY. b
On Sunday night, the .27th -inst., a er
burglary was committed on the store an
sd smoke-house of Mr. James Lem
non, of this county. While this gen- f.
leman and his family were attending
ivine worship at Lebanon (Presby- to:
eian) Church the door of his store ce
as forced open and a quantity of w
~oods abstracted. Not content with be
~his, a break was made on his well p1
led smoke-house, and a lot of pork ye
ollowed the merchandise. From the
ppearance of the house it is supposed a
hey imagined some one was coming, wy
md hurriedly left for points unknown,
Ld did not take cli the meal. Mr. th
Lemmon is indignant, not so much on an
econt of the loss, as "the gall" the
hieves exhibited, and will do all he th
:an for their capture. Trial Justice su
tevenson has taken a hand in the '
rame, and it is oily a question of time th
efore these miscreants are looking 15
:hrough the bars of Fairfield County
Resolutions of Thanks. DO
We, the trustees and patrons of the Di
ut. Olive~t school, do hereby beg the C
ndulgence of expressing our hearty yo
ratitude to those persons who have in
ontributed so bountifully to the erec-e
ion of our new school house. bo
Therefore, be it resolved. L
First. That our thanks be tendered
,o Gen. Jno. Bratton for the stocks
~urnished for the sawing of the lumber. iBr
Second. That we express our thanks Soi
o the peisens mentioned below for Co
uheir bontiful contribution to its ti
bilding, viz.: T. H. Ketchin, J. P. or
Daldwell, J. C. Caldwell, J. M. Beaty bo
& Bro., W. C. Beaty, J. G. McCants,
R. H. Jennings, S.3R. Johnston, T. G3.
Patick, R. A. Patrick, THE NEWs ]
AND HEPIALD and the Ladies' Aid be
Be it fazr'her resolved, that in the "*
Euture we shall endeavor to foster the chi
anse of education in our community 2
mud shall use every means in our tie
power to build up and maintain gi~
Imong the youths of our community fiv
high standard of education.
A Quarter Uentury Test.
For a quarter of a century Dr. King'sa
New Discovery has been tested, and thea
millions who have received beenfit from cii
its use testify to its wonderful curative
powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest
and Lnngs. A remedy that has stood thei
test so long and that has given so univer-'
sal satisfaction is no experiment. Each
bottle is positively guaranteed to give
relief, or the money will be refunded. It '9
is admitted to be the most reliable for i
Coehs and Colds. Trial bottle Free at y
McMaster & Co.'s drug store. Large size
50. and $1.00 * I
Chidren Cry foe Pitcer's Caetaria.
I 99 is
MINED TO SELL AT
LISTMAS TRICKS FROM
CROSBYVILLE, Feb. 1.-Mr. W. T.
obinson, of Blackstock, opened school
this place on Monday last.
Dr. C. A. Crosby is confined to his
d and is quite sick.
Mr. Wm. L. Davis and Miss Malinda
aster were married on the 29th ult.
r W. W. Crosby, notary public.
There was very little work done in
inuary on the farm and the weather
ntinues unfavorable. C.
hildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Upper Longtown Club.
The club met February 1, and was
lied to order by the president, M.
ellichamp. The meeting was open
with prayer by J. M. Raffles.
1c minutes of the last meeting were
ad and approved.
The body then went into electing its
veral officers and organizing accord
. to the call of the mass meeting of
a county held Sanuary 17?.
Mr Samuiel McCormick was unani
>ualy elected president; Mr. George
ilds, vice-president; Mr. C. D.
dwell, secretary; Mr. Melvilla Mel
hmp, committeeman. The presi
t was escorted to the chair by
m. J. D. Harrison.
The object of the call and organi
tion was ably. explained by the
esident and its several aims and de
ids urged by speeches from J. D.
rrison, J. M. Raffles and Melli
amp. After a motion by lMr. Har
son a vote was taken stating that the
dy unanimously endorsed:
1st. The reduction of acreage io the
tent :hat abundant supplies of grain
d other produce may be made.
2. That. guano be' reduced one-half
>m last year's supply.
The enterprise of establishing cot
factories was presented and re
ved with enthusiasm. A resolution
is offered by Mr. Harrison that this
dy endorse the "Beaty plan" of
ntiig one acre to the p'ough to de
te to a factory. Adopted.
& prize club was also organized and
:ommittee of five appointed which
Lt was moved by J. M. Raffles that
club meet alternately in the Upper
a Lower school-house. Adopted.
[t was moved by Mr. Mellichamp
it we meet every two weeks until
he club then adjourned to meet at
Lower school-house, Friday, the
A Miniion Friends.
L friend in need is a friend irideed, and
less than one nuillion people have
'ad just such a jiend in Dr. King's New
~cove;y for Corwn'ption, Coughs, and
I ds.-tf you have rever used this Great
ug lleclicine, one trial will convince
a that it 'has wondeiiul curative powers
0! d~iseasem of Tsroat, Chest and Lungs.
ch bottle is guaranteed to ao all that is
'aed or ;aoney will be refunded. Tiial
;tles free at McMaster & Co.'s drug store.
rge bottles 50c. and $1.00. -*
Bucklen's Arniea Salve.
THE BnsT SALVE in the world for Cuts,
uses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
'es, Tetter, Chepped Hands, Chill Llains
ens, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi,
sly cures Piles, or no pay required.I
:uaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
noney ref unded. Price 23 'ents per
C. I.r sale by MM Wer & C '
For Over Fifty Years
&s. Wnistw's SOoTING Svuur has
m used for over fifty years by millions
mothers for their children while teeth.
, with perfect success. It soothes the
.d, softens the gums1 allays all pain,
ces wnd colic, and is the best remedy
Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor lit
sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
.ts n every part of the world. Twenty
e cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
irs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
e no other kind. 5-261x1y
0. L. Rice, Mendota,'Ill., writes:
lave used your Japanese Pile Cure
d found it a sure and permanent
re." Winnsboro Drug Store. *
!e Baby wasn siek, we gave her Coirta,
rhn.h waaChild, she cried for Castia,
hen she became )liss, she clung to Casoria.
Will do wonderful work now.
nual inventory of stock, I find
of year, and are marking dowr
Spring will soon be here anc
A Great Bre
In all fine Dress Goods and T
and cost not considered. A I
Patterns; will close out at cost
THIS IS NO ADV]
I mean business, and if you d
A handsome lot of large, heav:
lore is knhO :
Keep it in your miud if you wa
certainly taken the tariff off ti
If you want correct styles at
will obtain your supplies from
Should you tumble into my stc
coat, you would make the hit c
J L. MIlN
Q. D. WILLIFO
A LLpersons having claims against
L.Wade H. Williford, deceased,
will please present them to me properly
2-5-4t Q. D. WILLIFORD.
NOTACE TO CREDITORS.
ULYSSE G. DESPGRTES having
made an assignment to me for
the benefit of his creditors, all of the
creditors of the said Ulysse G. Des
portes are hereby notified to meet me
at Winnsboro, S. C., on Friday, the
8th February, 1895, for the purpose of
appointidg their agent.
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
Winnsboro, S. C., Jan. 30, 1895.
Cheaper than they have been
in several years.
THE BRuGl STORE,
IIASER & CO.
ND ALE hc lsBL ceSp
or cash or on time antil next Fall'
ith good approved paper.
I will also exchange any of those
ares for Mules. Persons wishing to
zie stock will do well to call and ex
mine them before buying elsewhre.
A Few Milch Cows for Sale.
Also a Few Buggies.
Winnsboro, S. C.
JOHN J, McMAHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1234 Law Range, Columbia, S. C.
solicits business in his native Ccunty
As I am now taking my ai
too many goods for the tim
goods in every departmen
i I must have room for ne
ak in Prices
rimmings. Profits abandone
ew more of those fine Pani
n't think so, come and se
Sateen Quilts, marked dow
nt a pair of Blankets. I hav
MEN AID BOYS.
prices way below value yoi
ny great marked down stoc<
ire and strike me for an Over
if the season. It costs nothinj
- - ager,
Just received a nice line of
ewelry, Watches and Chains
kolid Silver and Plated Wares.
China PlatesB Cups anc
(both gold band and plain.) -
Which can be bought as cheap foi
DASH here as anywhere else, qualit)
of goods taken into consideration
Perhaps I can suit YOU. Call ui
C. M. Chandler.
CAN I BTAI AN AE ~Fr
rato onesnnYPatnts Badwt b
Patent taken thrug MN Co.&receive
speia ntie n t 3.cinti P0L ~IC,3S aLEd
larestcrcuaon Mofony pcet wo t he
W.L5 a.ug l copie $ses
Aoprsies, re Eely brcaisaor
Te ive tes, a co ors yi angah ofne
jaes -ein an secue con rcts .ddrebs
i"'9 *. eAIESan
coer ne eMalinole wee moth'seat
or sbo es5 wath eualy $5is o ry
Thygv .tebsr a lcuefr thenmthe on
asromen't -3svdoe ohrmks
7- dgwin S. o s. C
or notesarate to cu athw ro
iaswthtu ders rO the
. H. ENNScdUh~l
January ,v1895. ssignee
>ANew * Year's6<
d R EQUEST.
All parties who are owing us accounts will please
arrange to pay-in thej next few days. We are
owing money and must make prompt collections in
order to pay promptly.
J. M. BE ATY & BRO.
Headquarters for Millinery.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Hats in all the latest shapes. A large stock of Ribbons, Fancy Feathers, Birds
and Tips. Fancy Pins, Buckles, Velvets, Silks, Crepes and other -goods per
taining to this department. As we have a large stock of these goods which
must be sold in season, we have marked our prices on them down. Now is.
your time to come and buy at J. 0. BOAG'S.
>*Staple Dry Goods3o
Novelty and So'id Color Dress Goods of various
stylea and materia!. with Trimmings for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
*0 Come and see for bargains at
-J. O, BOAG'S.
Shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
be found at J. 0. BOAG'S.
*Furniture, Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
Road Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
3. O. Boag.
All parties indebted to -us must make arrange
ment for immediate settlement. .We must have the
money, or paper satifactorily secured. Having de
cided to go into a new business it is absolutely neces
sary that our business here be closed up at once.
All parties owing us will be given a reasonable time
to settle; after that all unpaid notes or accounts due
us will be placed in suit.
T. II. KETOCHIN & CO.
Christmas 'CHRISTMAS 900ODS
AND HAVE ARRIVED.
WE ARE NOW Oranges,
Opening up our line of Holiday Goods Apples,
and ask everybody to call and see them.
ALL KINDS OF NOVELTIES. Cocoanuts,
Books for the old and young. Pres
ents for everybody, and some things Evaporated Apples,
very nice for the young pole. The
prices will surprise you. Do't fail to..
see them. They are CHEAP! CHEAP! Raisins,
-ALSO-- Nuts of all kinds,
We have a large line of Toilet Goods3
suitable for presents--CologneR, Ex
tracts, Soaps, Brushes, Sponges,.i hee
Chamois Skins, &c.
LAMPS, All kinds--Hanging, Stand,Maro,
LAMPS, Glass, Decorated and Plain'
L AMPS, Lamps. These will go very Ad ulln fGoeis
LAMPS. cheap.An afullnofG cei.
All kinds of Glassware, Jelly Dishes, Give me a call.
Bowls, Tumblers, &c. All must go at
rices to suit hard times.
~We are still closing out our line o1 A. B CATI HCA RT
School Books at cost.. Give us a call. B. - I
Winsboro Du Storo. DE TSR
UVYNOTIAND So I B. J. QUATTLEBAUM, D D S.
ED.byR e wINNBORO. S. C.