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DON'T WAIT; COME AT C
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Tuesday. February 1,: : :18
For Sale-Jas. Q. Davis, Assignee.
- Sherigff's Sale-R. E. Fllisor,S.F.C.
--How's the train today?"
-Messrs. Ketchin & Center lost
three calves by the cold weather.
-The wind on Friday and Saturday
nights kept not a few of us appre
-With even a moderate sized pond
of water Winnsboro could have stored
away a quantity of ice for the summer.
-Severely cold winters are generally
succeeded by a settled spring season.
This will mean a good fruit crop, and
will be welcomed after last year's
-The Washington "Post" remarks
rather facetiously: The thermometer
Qropped down to within hailing dis
tance of last November's Democratic
vote.'! Thats cold indeed.
-We are requested to be notified of
any cases of suffering or distress in
town owing to the hard weather. This
notice includes both white and black.
Aay distress reported to this office
shall bo looked ihto at once and wants
-When we hear a man argue in
favor of government ownership of
railroads we can svmpathize with his
motives if we cannot agree with his
views-and this especially so when
trains run as they have for the last
,The mass meeting, which was to
have been held on Saturday last, but
was prevented by the disagreeable
weather, will be held on next Saturday
February 1pth. A full attendance of
all the farmers of the county is re
- HUGH S. WTMIE, Secretary.
-There will be a large fancy-dress
bail at Chester on the evening of the
14th inst., St. Valentine's Day. The
Winnsboro German Club has received
an invitation and a small party may
attend from this place. The event
will be a particularly brilliant one, it
is said, and Chester, York, Lancaster
and Union will be well represented.
When traveling, always take a cake
of Johnson's Oriental Soap with you;
diseases are often caught from using
hotel soap. Winnsboro Drug Store. *
IsOBEECT.-We were misinformed
as to Gen. Bratton's going to Yuma,
Arizona. The General says our in
formant was mistaken.,
~TEING TOBACco.-Several gentle
men in town are preparing to plant
tobacco. Ther will be over twenty
acres planted near Winnsboro this
year. We have ordered seed enough
for 15 acres and will give any party or
parties enough to plan 6 acres free of
DEATH OF AN INFANT.-Mr. M. H.1
Mobley lost an infant on Sunday. I
died at the residence of Mrs. Mobley's I
father, Mr. W. T. McCrorey. The
iifant had been delicate from its birth
and died of hemorrhage of the bowels.
!t was only six months old at the time
- ~ of its death. The remains were buried
at the Wateree Church on Monday.
Newly Qualifed Pharmacists.
The Philadelphiia Record mentions
among the names of successful appli
cants for certificates as registered phar
mnacists, the name of Mr. Boyce Elliott.
Tbe exemination was before the State
Pharmaceutical Examining Board of
the State of Pennsylvania. Mr. Ellhott
got his early training with Dr. W. E.
Aiken in Winnsboro, and is at present
engaged in Evans' drug store at Phila
delphia. Passing a successful exatzni
nation before the State board entitles
the party examined to have his name
registered, which is a testimonial to
the eff'ect that he is qualified~ to conduct
the business of a pharmacist.
KE WANTS A I
-- B arga
EY, AND WE ARE DETER
CES THAT WILL BRING I
[1 Save You the E
NCE AND GET YOUR CHI
T A. DESPORTE'
Mrs. Sease, who has been visiting
ier daughter, Mrs. F. M. Clarke, re
turned home on gonday.
Miss Mary Witherow went to Co- E
lumbia on Monday.
Dr. Lewis Wood, of the Murray tl
Drug Company, Columbia, was in ft
town Monday. so
Leut. D. D. Gaillard and wife are h
n town visiting relatives. Lieut. e
3aillard will he stationed at Fortress
blonroe until the meeting of the a
dexican Boundry Line Commission f
n June, and leave shortly for his p
Johnson'sCompound Cod Liver Oil tI
akes rich blood, restores lost vitality,
ares dyspepsia, creates flesh and is
>alatable and ea-ily taken. Winnsbore ti
)rng Store. *
THE HOG CONTEST. Is
TEE NEWs AND HERALD will make B
e offer of $20 in gold to be paid as m
~ollows: $15 for the largest, and .$5 a<
or the next largest hog raised in Fair- B
jeld County this year. Rules adopted at
7 the .Newts and Courier as regards in
reights and ages to be used The oi
~ontestant to be a subscriber to the a<
eekly Nuws AND HERALD and sub- tcC
cription to be paid to 1 January, 1896.
Li pigs to be weighied on 20 February. P
f you bare not read the rules all thiat R
s necessary for you to do at presenf is fr
weigh one of this year's pigs on in
'ebruary 20. The rules will be pub
ished again in full. d
CHUAP HORSE FOOD .
We print below a letter received by y
Lr. W. H. Flenniken who has kindly d.
ianded it to us for publication. The Si
etter is in reply to one from Mr. bi
lenniken asking about cotton seed
inls as a food for horses. .We recomn
nend it to our readers and hope some D
if them will give the ration a trial.
Rice polish is the rice meal or bran
btained in preparing first class rice at
e mlls and sells from $15 to $18 01
LrvINGSTON, ALA., Jan. 28, r
dr. W. H. Flenniken, S. C:
Dear Sir-Yours of late date to hand oi
,nd noted. I use rice polish, cotton C
eed hulls and cheap molases as a feeds
r horses, using for one meal 3 lbs o
otton seed hulls, half gallon rice th
:olish, half pini molases, diluted In m
ater. Sprinkle and Stir. You can
et the rice polish from some of your t
hbarleson rice mills. I have been te
eeingd this for a year and I have the W
attest horses in West Alabama. Very fi4
espectfully, Ir~ ISAE
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. l
White Man Always on Top. 7
The negroes have a song which runs b
omewat after this fashion: t
'Makes no difference how you put in
'de time in
Vie wan's bonn for ter bring you 2i
out behin." e
A Republican darkey was making a t
peech to the negroes in radical times
nd told them that they had nothing
: expect at the hands of I he white G
nan or "Dimicrat" party, in this or d
he next world for lhe had been to the b
ower regions in a dream and there he
iaw every white man holding a "uigger
twixt him and de fire."
This was demonstrated in an accident
.o Mr. TC. H. Kef chin's road cart
:oming from Farmington the other t
lay. The cart was suddenly upset ai
tnd he and his driver were both thrown tr
violently to the earth. The harnessa
vere badly brokeni and the darkey hit al
:he ground with great force-but Mr. S
. managed to lig-ht on top of the ir
lrkey; somehow or other the white s
nan is always on top.
Four Big Successes.
Having the needed merit to more than
make good all the advertising claimed for.
them, the following four remedies have
reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's
iew Dicovery, for Consumption, Coughs
md Colds, each bottle guara: teed; Elec
ric Bitters, the great remedy for Liver,
Stomach and Kidneys; Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the best in the world, and Dr.
King's New Life Pills, whicn are a perfect
pill. All these remedies s~re guaranteed
t o dojust what is claimed for them and~
he dealer whose name is attached here- I
with will be glad to tell you more of them.U
ol at Mcasmter & C' Drug Store- *
9 - is
MINED TO SELL AT a
UISTMAS TRICKS FROM C
SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES.
Services were conducted at the
resbyterian Church 11 a. m. the Rev.
r. Law of Spartanburg officiating.
e preached from Luke 15-2-"This
a receiveth sinners and eateth with
em" and was listened to by a well
led church. Again at the evening
rvices 7.30 he lectured in regard to
s special work, bible societies. The F
iurch was well filled and his lectuie an
as an interesting one. Immediately
ter his lecture a bible society vas
>rmed with Mr. R. H. Jennings -
reoident, and each of the resident
inisters vice-presidents. Mr. T. K.
lliott was appointed secretary andi
easurer. Under these officers the
elety will doubtless be -productive of
A' good' intended and anticipated. al
Services were conducted at the TI
piscopal Church at 11 a. m. by the sit
y-reader Mr. J. W. C. Johnson. th
e preached from John 17-25. The th
-1c at- ff% Li
istake of the present tendency to
cept Christ as an example only.
is humanity should be our rule of St
tion but the acceptance of Him sti
eans more than this, the acceptancetr
his divine grace and power, and the Ci
ceptance of him in his fil relation
the Father being absolutely requisite.
Services wc. conducted at the A. R.
.Chureh at 11. a. m. by the pastor
ev. C. E. McDonald. He preached
nm St. John 9:4-Christ in his divine
ission of doing good. I
Thei e were no services at the Metho
t Church, the pastor Rev. Mr. Dent
ng absent in Tennessee..
Call for the Horse Brand of Johnson's
agnetic Oil. It has no equal for the
seases of horses and cattle. $1.0
e50 cts.; 50 ct. size 25 cts. Winns
ro Drug Store.
eath of a Well Known School Teacher
Born in County Antrim--Buried in
At Lebanon Presbyterian Church.
iSunday evening, 3rd February, the
neral of one of our old and highly
spected citizens, took place. Mr. j
ties Hutchinson Stewart, a native
Irelarnd, born at Ballymonia,
unty Antrim, 27th December, 1814.
e graduated at Belfast College, in an
e classes 1834 and '35. In 1844 he fo~
arried Miss Maria Sarah McCallister. w"
e at once entered his life work as aM
acher and instructor of youth, for rj
hich work he was eminently quali- an
bd. After teaching for sometime in
eland and in England, he came to A
>uth Caroline in 1854, and made his
me~in Fairfield County, where his
g and active life was devoted to the
>uth of our land, until his name had
come a household word in nearly all
e homes of this county.
He died at his residence, about six
iles from Winnsbo:o, on Saturday, _
id February, 1895, aged eighty years
te month and six days. After a life
ie of faithful duty he falls asleep.
e leaves a wife and four sons and
le daughter to mourn his loss. The
od of Jacob sustain them in this
trk hour. The dust of our beloved
other shall rest at Lebanon till the
surrection when we shall meet to e,
trt no more. R. fo
It May Do as Much' for You.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, Ill., writes
at he had a Severe Kidney trouble for 2
any years. with severe pains in his back, la
id also that his bladder was affected!. Hie W
ted many s )-called Kidney cures but et
ithout anly good result. About a year t
to he began the use of Electric Bitters a
id found relief at once Electric Bitters
especially adapted to cure all Kidney -
id Liver troubles and often gives almnest
stant r lief. One trial will prove our
atement. Price only 50c. for large bot
3.At McMaster & Co.'s drng store.*
When Baby was slak, we gave her OCad.e. are
When hwa a Child, she cried foe Castela. th
Wehad & No gvthma Cadeels. Gu
~w~rkaoe epo. cu~obo~aupro~ FE <
Vill do wonderful work now.
ual inventory of stock, I find
E year, and are marking down
pring will soon be here and
A Great Bre
i all fine Dress Goods and T:
ad cost not considered. A f
atterns; will close out at cost
THIS IS NO ADVI
mean business, and if you d<
handsome lot of large, heav3
Oo -is Aloer
eep it in your miud if you wa
rtainly taken the tariff off tI
If you want-correct styles at
ill obtain your supplies from
hould yai tumble into my stc
)at, you would make the hit c
J L. MINd
. D. WILLIFOR
WILL offer for sale before the
Court House on Monday, 18th
.bruary, a number of mules, cows
d other personal property. Terms
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
b Y virtue of an execution to me di
rected, I havel this day levied on
d will sell Diefore the Court House
?r in Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH,
that certain tract of land containing
ree Hundred Acres, more or less,
uate in the County of Fairfield, in
State of South 'Carolina, known as
Ashtord place, and bounded by
tle River, lands of W. R. Doty &i
., William McConnell and others.
evied upon as the property of
phen Gibson, at the suit of M. Arm
'ong, executor for Thomas McKins
, plaintiff, against Thomas Craw
d, Stephen Gibson, and Robert
'ems of Sale-Cash.
-R. E. ELLISON,
heriff's office, S. F. C.
nsboro, S. C.;-Feb. 11, 1895.
ND. SALE SABLES.
tist IReceived and for
i carload of fine YOUNG MARES
ci MULES, which I will sell cheap
cash or on time until next Fall
th good approved paper.
will also exchange any of those
ires for Mules. Persons wishing to
se stock will do well to call and ex
ine them hefore buying elsewhre.
Few Milch Cows for Sale.
Also a Few Buggies. -
Winnsboro, S. C.
rptaser and a hones opni write to
N31 d Oin, who have hdnalfiyyears'
s a senific booka sent free
calanotic Inthe Scentic Anerian, n
e ott te nvder- ei apln oper.
tnine weah, neessaary.e hya enr
ea crain anycent i or n the t
enrcvd. s a yer. pl cor lea sent byrmae.
. a,5cnt s . issed y u br nt aisen
epats dn coTors, and poor ao e
ueshpans eadbted bu cildrns us. sho Dthe
-e stsj4eUro ontrats by de
WIYsOR. DRUG SBREA
PPSIOBES Cpale oW inmna. two.
As I am now taking my an
too many goods for the time
goods in every department.
I must have room for new
ak in Prices.
rimmings. Profits abandoned
ew more of those fine Pants
)n't think so, come and see.
- Sateen Quilts, marked down
nt a pair of Blankets. I have
VIEN AND BOYS.
prices way below value you
ny great marked down stock.
re and strike me for an Over
f the season. It costs nothing
S - Maager.
So long as this store stands solely
and solidly upon the character of its
merchandise and continues to give
the grentest value for the money
spent, so long will the masses of the
people continue to bestow upon us
that unstinted patronage which has
made us leaders in our line of busi
ness. The special prices which have
prevailed here during the past week
have caused lots of suits to bid
good-bye" to our counters, and
those who obtained them will never
regret the investment. We have
replenished the bargain lots, and
offer even greater values than be
$12.50, $10.50 and
$850 Suits at -- - 75
$25, $22.50, $18-50, $15,
ad $12-50 Suits and
Overcoats--- -- -- - - 10
$850, $7.50 and $6.50
Overcoats at -- -- - - -
$20, $18-.5o, $1.5, and
i2.5o Prince Albert
Coats and Vests - - - 0
This sale is is for spot cash, and
none of these goods will be sent out
How about your Underwear? The
severest portion of Winter is yet to
e gone through with, and the judi
ious investment of a small amount
in these garments may save many
visits from your good doctor. Our
ine is complete in Natural Wool and
amel's Hair, and we are sole agents
in this city for Dr. Jaeger's cele
brated system of Sanitary Woolen
[nderwear. All the Furnishings
that you require are here-"Star"
Laundered Shirts, "Kinard's Spe
nialty" Unlaundered Shirts; stylish
Rats, Neckwear, etc.
If you do not reside in Columbia,
vrite for what you1 want.
M. L. KINARD,
LOTHIER THE FOR PEOPLE,
138 Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The Trhoroughbred Stallion,
i make the season of 1895 at Winnu
oro and at my farm for $15 for comn
nonl mares and $2.5 for thoroughbred
nare. rolts insured. He is a grand
ion Ir Lexington and a son of the
6 .ted Enqurer. Dam Analyne
Jack Malone, he by Lexington, out
f Griana, by American Eclipse.
umdun-r's colts are stylish. gentle and
ipeey- posessin~g great bottom and
~onstittion. He has been fifty-five
imes a winner and as many times
placed. The well known sires, Blue
Eyes, Falsetto, Dew D~rop and Faustus
re by Enquirer, while Mamie Grey.
ds daughter, produced Domino and
JOHN G. MOBLEY.
1-24-mn Winnsboro, S. C.
JOHN J, McMAHAN,
AT TORNET AT LAW,
12%4 Law Range, Columbia, s. C.
solicits business in his native Ccunty
FOR sURVEYING, TERRACIN6~
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
Apl oT. M. BOUL WARE,
?-Stx1y Woodward, S.'e.
->ANew - Year'see
R UE S T.
All parties who are owing us accounts will please
arrange to paylin thejnext' few days. We are
owing money and must make prompt collections in
order to pay promptly.
J. M. BEATY & 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.
>sStap1e Dry Goodsai0
Novelty and Solid Color Dress Goods c-f various
styles and material, with Trimmirga for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
Come and see for bargains at
-. 0. BOAGS.
Shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
be found at -J. O.BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
Road Carts, and One and T wo-horse Wagons.
J.M O). Bog
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO. ntin'Inw
(EASTERN SYSTEM.L) UIIILIW 1VW
Mandarins Tangerines, (or
3astern Time at savannah and Pt. North. KiGlvOrne.
Northbound. ~Daily INo 38 No 10 No 20________
Jan. 20, 1895._*s lun Dal Dal Dal
Lv. .Tacksonville..= 8.15 a 4.15 p....... .......r
Lv. Savannah..... 1.88 10.05 p........ .......ln
Ar. Columbia...430 p2.10 a Ripe....pe.....,
Lv Charlestoa.I. 7.15 a) 5.30 p ....... ...
Ar Columbia.....11.15 a110.10 p ....... ...
"Johnstbns ..'... 3.22 p ....12.02 at...
~Columbia...4.56 p.... 2.16 .1.....
Columbia.... 5.00 p3.3 a 3.20 a 5.1 Apls
"Winnsboro ...:c 7.00 p 423 a 4.23 a 6.p
"Chester....743 p5.12 a 5.12 a 7.is ChieEtn
"Rock Hill... .13p 5.49 a 5.40 a 7.50
e... ..... 12.n 115 a 115 a ... .
"Richmond. . Ga 4.50p1 .50p .....
" almore....... 9.02 a'11.85 ...:................
"Philadelp i....111.300a 3.I0 6. &..
"New Yor..I2. pl 6.23aig ...
southbound. s 8 5~ No 9 tN 19 te
L.Washinlgton.. 0.5U1.1 __......_...._.
Co.luhmbia...12.5 ar2.20 a 12.30 a.p
No. 8and 3 N..ad .0 Sor Lin FiniBnaas
ted.k H twee2 Jacksovillan
le.tY.9man ar t.- 1a
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Nr.oua.... 85ad 6Gr2 . .8as ai.2022 Thr
P1oulma . 12.40ca J'k'.l . Calfoniaaso ~
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E ..BERKELY, S~upt., CrsA St. C.1~
ew Y. REEN, and M.w York,iaJc
son~) Auusta anKi. GlovesoOranggesar
Pullman Bufet chroicesSweete OraYngel.
Pullman ar AugChoiced Eaatine iApolesc
ilon wi~~ train NCsho9ced 1essina__ Lemons._
N. B.NoB. 3 and31ChkeicelyEaaiporeated
Nos. 1 and 0,35 nd 3Fdonno BnteaUnio
station Columfornbua Raicinso and Prkeeo.
H. ARWIKF. W. Habenicht.
G PA. S WAs~noTo. AT A. WAEINGyo.
GMZ8, .&unt'zy. M.WASi1GT0W~ Burial Cases and Caskets.
W. L DOUCLAS ln ftelts ein n
$SHOE ec an
- $. coRDnovAN1UILCAE N CSE
F4.a3.50 IN A E D CA L F.SIAR
.so*2. WORKINGE popluibandytthod
-LADIES* Iakfrasaeo ti uue
ovroeMillion People wear the
W. L.Douglas $3& $4Soes
A'd our shoes are eqIually satisfactoryiiSTR
They give the best value for the money
The eual custom Shoes In style and fit.
Thei eaigqualities are unsuass.
The prices are unlforma,--stamzpe on sole.
Prom $r to $3saved over other makes.
Syor iecannotsupply youwecan.Soldby .J UTLE3Uf
promptlyS C.nigh nd dy, at theol