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WE MUST HAVE MOD
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DON'T WAIT; COME AT C
9aturday, February 9. 1895
Notice-M. A. Glazebrook.
-The south-bound Florida trains
were both about ten hours late on
-Rev. T. M. Dent being absent
there will be no services at the Metho
dist Cburch on Sunday.
-- The union service will be held at
the Presbyterian Church by Rev. Dr.
Law of the American Bible Society.
- -The creditors of the assigned estate
of U. G. Desportes met on Frida'
afternoon, and appointed Jas. Q.
Davis, the assignee, their agent.
-Mr. J. D. McCarley's horse which
fell in the well is getting over his
injuavies. The only thing that saved
the horse at all was the large opening
caused by caving of the walls.
-The cold wave will not make a
favorable impression on northern
-capitalists visiting the south. If they
will remain a few days, they will soon I
find that it is a rare visitor with us.
-Misses Hattie E. Kennedy and
Clyde Clayton have contributed to our c
educational columns among the first.1
We are thankful to them for their con
tributions, and we hope that others
will follow their lead.
-All subscribers to the Tri-Weekly
NEws AND HERALD will oblige us by
settling for their paper. Tbere are a
great many who still owe. us for it. I
We need the money and cannot con
tinue the paper unless settled for.
-Mr. J. K. Henry, of Chester, has
been appointed Solicitor of this cir
cuit. Mr. Henry was a candidae for
the place in 1892, and made a ~good
race. We think that he will be gen
erally acceptable to the people of the
-Prot. Ducello's entertainment at
the college was well worth the entrance
fee. The negro dance andathe negro's
lecture on temperance was highly (
-amusing. Prof. D. travels in private
conveyance and camps out. He attends I
to a stock ranch in the West when not
engaged in the entertainment..
-An agent for the Werner Pub
.lishing Company, selling the Encyclo
ptedia Britannica, says that the article
so offensive to the South has been
-omitted from the book as now sold.
We make this statement in justice to
the company having said what we d'd
in our editorial columns in the last
-The big Columbia Gunn has turned
out to be a miserable fraud. It will
be remembered that Gunn came to
Columbia several years ago as a pro- C
prietor, and said that he wanted to
start a $5,000,000 bank there. He
turns cut to be very impecunions and
he seems not to have a very enviable
reputation. - I
-Winnsboro pays out in fire insur
ance premiums on an average of ten
thousand dollars a year. T bis money
ought to be left in the community.
if the money that has been paid for. r
Vestern meat, horses and mules, life e
and fire insurance companies in the
North and elsewhere, had been kept ,
-in the South, it alone would have f
built more cotton factories than are
needed to manufacture our cotton.
We believe that a thorough examina
tion of the insurance losses in Winns
boro and an accurate ascertainment ofC
the amount that has been paid out in
premiums would demonstrate that we
not only could have insured our own
property without any loss but that
today we would have had a large capi
tal accrued, repre'nting the excess of
the amount paid in premiums over the
actual losses. Ten thousand dollars is,
we believe, a conservative estimate of
premiums paid in Winnsboro per 2
annum, yet the losses have not aver-)
aged fire thousand dou;ars a year. <
In other words, Winnsboro could con-4
tribute five thousand a year to the
capital stock of a fire insurance com
pany. In ten years, with the accrued
interest, this would give a capital1
KE WANTS A I
ocis at -*
- B arga
iEY, AND WE ARE DETER
CES THAT WILL BRING I'
11 Save You the E
NCE AND GET YOUR ('TTN
9 A. DESFORTEE
..Too CoD.-The mass meeting set
for Friday did not take place. It was
oo cold. The parties to be present ke
ivere evidently massed around a' bg p
When traveling, always take a cake sa
>f Johnson's Oriental Soap with yon;
liseases are often caught from using m
iotel soap. Winnsboro Drug Store. * if
CAUGHT $1,300 WoRTH.-The State an
:onstables got about .400 gallons of ki
iquor in Platt, Hook & Shull's place yc
n Columbia on Thursday. It was he
mnder the store. no
RELIGIOUS SERVICEs.-Services will
e held in the following churches on ab
unday: . pr
Associate Refori-ed Presbytdriana
1 a. m. by the pastor. Youngd
uen's prayer meeting at 4.15 p. m. Ti
nday School at 5 p. m. Prayer pr
eeting Wednesday evening at 5.
Presbyterian-11 a. m. by the pastor. se
unday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
leeting Wednesday at 5 p. in.
Baptist-11 a. m. by ~the pastor.
Thursday afternoon meetings at 4
. m. Sunday School at 10 a. mn.
St. John's Church-Morning service pa
t 11 o'clock. Sunday. School at 4 D
clock p. mi. Evening prayer everyH
Vednesday aSL 5 O'clock. (
Mrs. Eglestom -his gone to Barnwell Ja
Svisit her daughter, Mrs. Prentiss. mn
Mrs. J. A. Desportes has returned K<
o Ridgeway. Fa
Mr. R. H. McMaster. will leave the
Vinnsboro next week for Lynchburg, wi
ra., where he will make preparations thi
:enter~ the U. S. Army in the WVest. HE
Dr. R. F. Divver, the general agent no
or rick &5 Co.,.of..Waynesboro; ea'. dii
ras in town on business last Thuirs- ml
ay. He called oni his old 'corradin lic
ms, Capt. C. S. Dw'ght, while here. fig
'hey are friends by* that tie that al- ag
rays binds-the soldiers life and lie
~hidrn Cry for Pitcher's Cstoria asi
.IST OF PETIT JURORS--SECOND
The following is a list of the peilt foi
rore for the second week of the: Yc
'ebruary term of Court: str
Joe. F. F.oster, colored, JIB. Turner, ME
.M. Wilson, John .McClure, Hi!. of
rettles, colored, W. Herbert. Ruff,. fin
im T. Timmns, Dargun S. Broom,'
L. Landecker, J M. Garrison, Preston Mi
ion, W. M. Gladden, L. E. Osvens, di~
no. M. Harden, A. L. Porter, A..L. suZ
aster, D. H. Howell, R. C. Gooding o
. F. Boulware, C. J. Henderson,
olored, T. W. Lauderdale, B. F. CI
asses, R. H1. Simpson, H. W. Gibson,
S . Edmunds, A. J. Hill, C. S.'
)wight, S. B. - Crawford, Charl ey
srber, colored, G. A. White, D. C.
rice, Jordan McCallough, colored, so]
no. L. Beaty, Mose Beaver, colored, M.
EOCHE THE TAILOR.
W. G. Roche, artistic tailor, has justA
eceived. the' handsornest line of.1
amples ever shown in Columbia. wi
be new t ariff has made it possible to ye'
mport .the .best foreign fabrics at
easonable prices, and the new weaves
or spring wear from English and
cotch looms are cheap as well as
eatititul. For"$25 a fashionably cut
ack iuit may 'be had --guaranteed as
o both workmanship end material;
hile at $S28 the new worsteds and
heviots in a hundred diferent shades
.nd patterns are to be had.- State.
We can say . to those who do not
mow Mr. W. G. Roche hat he lived g
n Winsboro for many years and his %
ork is entirely i."nest and thorough. I*
Ye hope he may. get big- orders in
hese cheap goods.
A Million Friends.
A friend in need is a fiend indeed, and
iot less than one nmillion. people have hc
ound just such a frienid in Dr. King's New
)iscovery for Consumption, Coughs, and|
olds.-if you have never user.. this Great|I
Jough Medicine,' one trial will convince i
rou that itlis wonderful curative powersj
n all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs. I
Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is
:la~imed orimoney will be refunded. Tiias
ottles free at McMaster & Co.'s drug store.
- .ge bottle 5:n. anda $1.00 * .Fi
MINED TO SELL AT
ISTMAS TRICKS -FROM
On Thureday morning the telegrams
pt coming, the weather was on a
iee it seemed. The dispatch stated
at the temperature would fall 30
grees by Friday morning. About
ndown on Thursday the snow com
enced to fall a little and it looked as
the earth would put on its Sunday
>thes, but it barely washed its face
d wiped it off with a blizzard (a
3d -of rough towel.) And when
a walk across its breast you can
ar a crackling sound resembling the
ise of a new starched shirt front.
e thermometer stood at 5 degrees
ove zero-a fall of 37 degrees. At
esent the general appearauco is
:anly, but cold-so cold thit all soap
tImmers have gone to Florida.
Cy know it is no use to offer that
Aduct on the South Carolina market.
a have an idea that the weather is
it to preserve the hog .meat which
Ls raised in 1894. We like enough
anything, and beg to say that we
ye got it. Enough is enough.
rohnson'scompound Cod Liver Oil
kes rich blood, restores lost vitality,
-es dyspepsia, creates flesh and is
latable and easily taken. Winnsboro
-g Store. *
was an Irishman and was ~Kied in
rhe Charleston News anzd Couricr
:ed for information concerning
nes C. Caine of the Palmet o Regi
nt, who belonged to Capt. Jos.
nnedy's company, and enlisted in
rfield County. We are informed
~t "Jimmie" Cain was an Irishman
0 worked for different members of
Cathcart .family before tho war.
had no family, and so far as known,
relatives in this country. While
cuisiiig the :Mexican' war he re
,rked'that the Mexicans were Catho
and if he went -to Mexico would
at for his brother Catholics, but not
dinst them. He did, however en
;and fought with the Palmetto
giment and was wounded in thae
:tle and died from lockjaw. He
:ed the. late gallan~t. Tom Leslie
ung to sit ast ride his neck and try
bend his be4 .back to its proper
ition- before he diei, so we are in
-med by a gentl-'nan w-coan Mr.
ung related this fact to. Hie was a
anger in a strange land, and his
.xican war medal now~in possession
the party enquiring will not likely
E its rightful owner.
)all forthe Hi'se.Brand of Johnson's
ignetic Oil. It his no equal for the
eases of, horses and .cattle. $1.00
a 50 ets.; 50 ct. size 25 ets. Winns
6 Drug Store. *
idren Cry for Pitcher's Custoria.
'HE firm at Ridgeway, S. C., doing
business in the name of E. C.
lINS was on February 1, 1895, dis
ved. Mr. E. C. Heins buying Mr.
A. Glazebrook's full interest.
~-9-2t Md. A. GLsAZ EBROOK.
LL persons having claims against
L Wade H. Williford, deceased,
Ii please present them to me properly
-54t Q. D. WILLIFORD.
DAN I OBTAIN A PATENT 9 For a
& CO., who have ha neari fn ~er'
in stcl confidetial.bA Hadbook of In
thr ent free. Also aaaogeo anhan
aent taken thog Mun&Co. receive
sc otiein the dceifi Americn nd
t cost to theinventor. This splendid p er.
"et'erulatonT"f""ny sce|ifiorki te
riS3ayear. Samne c*so0eent re
pIes, 23 cent. Every number contains ba
u plates.In coors, a phtogapsof ne
LONwNo a C4Nw YOnx.'si 36 anw0y.
JOHN J, McMAHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
12%. Law Range, Columbia, S. C.
olicits business in his native Ccunty
Will do wonderful work noG
nual inventory of stock, I fi
of year,-and'are marking doi
Spring will soon be here a
A Great Br
In all fine Dress Goods and
and cost not considered. A
Patterns; will close out at cc
THIS IS NO ADI
I mean business, and if you
A handsome lot of large, hea
iler is- Allother
Keep it in your miud if you i
certainly taken the tariff off
If you want correct styles
will obtain your supplies fron
Should you tumble into my E
coat, you would make the hit
J. L. MH
Q. It WILLIFO
So long as this store stands solel;
and soldly upo 1 the character of it:
merchandise and continues to giv<
the grentest value for the mone
spent, so long will the masses of th<
people continue to bestow upon u
that mistintd patronage which ha
made us leadets iii our line of busi
ness. The special prices which hat.
prevailed lier during t'io past wee]
have causeda lots of suits to bi
"good-bye" to our counters, an<
those who. obtained them will neve
regret the investment. We havi
replenished the, bargain lota, anc
offer even I:-eater values than be.
$12-50, $10.56 and
$8.50 Suits at - - - 75
$25, $22.50, $18.50, $15,
and $12.50 Suits and
Overcoats- -- - - - -
$850, $7.50 and $6.50
Overcoats at -- -- - - -
$20, $18-5o, $i5, and
$12.50 Prince Albert
Coats and Vests - - -
This sale is is for spot cash, ani
none of these goods will be sent oui
How about your Underwear? Thz
severest portion of Winter is yet CC
be gone through with, and the judi
cious investment of a email amoun1
mi these garments may save many
visits from your good doctor. Oum
line is complete in Natural Wool and
Camel's Hair, and we are sole agents
in this city ~or Dr. Jaeger's cele
brated system of'Sanitary Wooler
Underwear. All the Furnishings
that you require are here--"Star'
Laundered Shirts, "Kinard's Spe
ealty" Unlaundered Shirts; stylisl
Hats, Neckwear, etc.
If you do not reside m Columbia
write for what you~ want.
M. L. KINARD,
CLOTHIER FOR THE~PEOPLE,
138 Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The Thoroughbred Stallion,
will make the season of 1895at Winna
boro and at my farm for $15 for com
mon mares and $2.5 for thoroughbred
mares.. Colts insured. He is a grand,
son of Lexington and a son of, thi
celebrated Enqurer. Dam Analyze
by Jack Malone, he by Lexington, out
of Gloriana, by American Eclipse.
Edurer's colts are stylish. gentle an'd
speedy- possessing great bottom and
constitution. He has been fifty-five
times a winner and as many times
placed. The well known sires, Blue
Eyes, Falsetto, Dew Drop and Faustut
are by Enqnirer, while Mamie Grey,
his daughter, produced Domino and
JOHN G. MOBLEY.
1-24-6m Winnsboro, S. C.
! As I am now taking my an
id too many goods for the time
vn goods in every department
nd I must have room for new
eak in Prices
Trimmings. Profits abandoned
few more of those fine Pants
don't think so, come and see.
vy Sateen Quilts, marked down
vant a pair of Blankets. I have
' MEN AND BOYS.
it prices way below value you
I my great marked down stock.
tore and strike me for an Over
of the season. It costs nothing
,- - Vaager.
AND SALE SABLES.
Just Received and for
A carload of fine YOUNG MARES
and MULES, which I will sell cheap
for cash or on time until next Fall
with good approved paper.
I will also exchange any of those
Mares for Mules. Persons wishing to
raise stock will do well to call and ex
amine them before buyn1;g olsewhre.
A Few Milch Cows for Sale.
Also a Few Buggies.
Winnsboro, S. C.
Cheaper than they have been
in several years.
SUPPOITRIE.Cpsl o Ointmet and two
fesr na e A dere Ir- mkes an operation
wit th knf r netion of carbolc acid, which
er pnule d seom e a pcn aet c eure fe
euefs recevd $1 a box. G for $.Snt by mall
Guarantees issued by our agents.
CONSTIPDATIflN Cur".P* C r*2 nd
egreat LIER ad STOb A1l RE *ULATOR ad
take, especIally adapted for children's use. 50 Doses
GUAB1TESissued only by
wINNSBflRo DRUG STORE.
Winnsboro. S. C.
P ERSONS who are owing accounts
or notes to R. T. Matthews.. prior
to December 5; 1894, are hereby noti
fied to settle the same within thirty
days with the undersigned, or the
claims will be lodged with a Trial
Justice for collection.
R. H. JENNINGS,
January 9, 1895. Assignee.
A4New * Year's8-e
R E U EST.
All parties who are owing.us accounts will please'.
arrange to paylin the]nextl few days. We are
owing money and must make proinpt collections in
order to pay promptly.
J. M. BEATY & BRO.
Headquarters f ilinery.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED LADIES', MISSES' AND CRILDRElS
Hats in all the latest shapes. A large stock of Ribbons, Fancy Feather, Birds
and Tips. - Fancy Pins, Buckles, Velvets, Silks, Crepes and other goods per
taining to this department. As we bave -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. O.'BOAG'S.
>sStaple Dry Goods.:
Nov.elty and Solid Color Dress Goods of various
styles and material, with Trimmings for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
Come and see for bargains at
- 0. BOAG'S-'
Shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general mereclandise store to
be fonnd at J. O. BOA.G'S.
Furniture, Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Baggies; Surreys,
Road Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
J. O). Bcag.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY C0.'~(n nli m
(EASTERN MYSTE3I.) 'UlUI1t lw
Eastern Time at Savannah and Pts. NordGlveOrngs.
Jan. 20,o 1895. fslmDaily Daily Daily
Ly. Jacksonville... 8.15 a 4.1 p ......
Lv. Savannah... 1.38 p 10.05 p .......... FnRieGaerut
Ar. ColumbIa.... 4.30p 2.10a..... .......
Lv Charleston...7.15 a 5.30 pt....... ...
Ar Columbia...11.15 a 10.10.p....... ....
"Trenton......3.0 p ...11.45p...
"Johnstons.. 3.22 p.... -12.02 ......._ __ __
~rCelumbia...4.6 ..... 218 ...
LColumbia...5.00.p 3.2) a 2.20 a 5.15 p
"Wlnnsboro .. 7.00 p4.23 a 4.23 a .2p
"Chester. ..-.7.43 p5.12 a t.12 a 75~ ChieEtnppls
" Rock Hll.... 8.13p5.495a .49 a7.50D
Ar Chrlotte.... 9.00 p6.40 a 6.40 a 8.45 ________
" anville.'....1250nt 11.85 a11.35 a...
" Bich ond...... .45 a 4.5 .50 p.....
"Washington .... 7.42 a 8.80 p.8.80 p...
" alimor ..... 9.2a1.35p1O i.....
" h il9 a ....::11.30 a13.0 a ___.......__
" New York..|2.03 pi 6.23S ...
Southound vs lim No 85 No 9 No 19 te
Souhbond.o Dy Dail
"-'Baltimore,... 8.37 9.42 a,..-. ...
L.Washington..10.05 11.01 al ..............
v.Richmond...12.50 a~ 12.80n 12.80 . :....
v.Danvillo....00....5 Fn anns
L.Charlotte. .4 0 jjOO 5.0
" Rock Hill. .2... 47 47 9.
"C0heer........n122n 07a ________
" Winnboro;0... 111.11 1.1
Ar.Columba....-...1.3 120 .2 1.8
L9.Coumba. 12.40... . .40 ..
"Johnstomns. .1alfri Riisan rns
" Granitei111-e.. ..8.2
Lv.Columbl .00.p 6 .55.........
&rzirla~n.....[8.40 a~L3 Yellow Onions
LvQoumia12.10 pn 2.20 a 1.2..
Jacksnvpll......70 4.0 5 ...
Noa83nd3 .1 . ...~... 6.06n a lm "...
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sov. l Augusta.. a .3d p .. 7.2 .......a
"'llasn B fe a sville... .5p1.2 a .... Y. ....' ' t
Pul.8mand 4 Au.Y.t and CFlSot ine cLim
ted. wThro train between and 10. nville_-_nd
1. Y. Though P'uandS a .fl i~eum
N4os. 19 and283 rand 3U. do Fast eneai.- - u n
tation Colurai but discharge and take oa T sk a aa
baggage at Bland St. Siton. V I.KR tUL.
G PA. WAsEIN~GTox. AG G' A. ATLANTA.
E. BERKELY, Supt., COLUMBIA, S.C. ____________
W. H. GREEN, J.M7.. CUl.
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W. L. DOIIGLA S Fin fte late Gres in it
-, 5 ~OWOVN~ .IIRALChceEatn A ppleAs.E,
* 43~ FICCIKANA CthoceEvprateis.:Orsfled
/ ~ 2. WRKINM~t4 promtl ppnle and Pathes.l
*LADIES Iakiforna hafiin andtres.
~Sl~'~I Cabaesurn pshe Etc.,rEtc
G ME S;WOstfo3.'x. T L WOTTINGTON
. L. Dauct $ Sos
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W. .ga $3&$Shoes
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