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WE MUST HAVE MC
DON'T WAIT; COME AT
L' CAL INTE LLIGENCE.
Tuesday. February 19. I :
A Macdonald & Co.
*I .'l li.S1
-About 16 muleq and horses, were
sold by James Q. Davis assignee or
Monday. They brought from 75 centi
to 30 and 35 dollars. Males are cheal
bat money is scarce.
-Miss Addie Huey has graduated
at the Training School for Nurses in
New York City. The young ladies of
our county are independent and are
fitting themselves for active business.
-Solicitor Henry made his speech
as Solicitor of this circuit in the case
-of the State against John Ross and
Zion Bush. He made a clear cut and
forcible presentation of his side of the
-Dr. J. B. DuIose, of Ridge Spring,
S. C., died in Baltimore on Saturday
where he had gone for medical treat
ment only three days before. He was
a brother of Mrs. M. A. Gaillard who
lived here for quite a number of years.
His sadden taking off is a great
shock to his friends and relatives.
-We call attention to the adrer
tisement of A. Macdonald &~ Co., of
Blackstock, S. C. Mr. Macdonald is
-...... a live businees man, as evinced by the
fact that he wishes to make known his
offers and the advontages of others
-. .. dealing with him by inserting an ad
vertisement in our columns. He is
perfectly reliable and makes offers in
this issue which are well worthy of
the reader's attentionh
Weak, nursing mothers gain strength
and flesh using Johnson's Compound
Cod Liver Oil. Rich in fat food,
pleasant to take and easily digested,
giving strength to mother and child.
Winnsboro Drug Store. *
THE WOMEN'S SOCIETI~s.-The
women's societies of the A. R. P.
Church will meet at Mrs. J. M.
Elliotts at 4 o'clock this evening. All
members are earnestly requested to be
TmE WANT Hnx.-Sherif Cathcart,
-of Columbia, has received instructions
from the Georgia au'thorities to hold
Averick, the negro arrested near the
-county line by Messrs. Cook Broom,
Dargan Broom and others, of Fair
field County. We hope these men will
get the $1,200 offered for his appre
Tau WATER ScmrL.-The follow
ing is the report of the policeman on
the water supply measurements taken
en Monday morning:
Sourt-heuse cistern..........15 8j
Depot cistern..............14 11
Elliott's cistern.............9 64
Neil's cistern.............. .14 2&
Mliller's cistern.............. 7 5
Phillips' cistern............9 10&
cummings' cistern..........16 5b
SNow BALLING Is DANGEROUs.
A gentleman called at our office and
.said he wanted to suggest the great
.impropriety of white boys snow balling
-coiored women. Of course snow ball
ing is a kind of privileged game, but
,white boys should snow ball their own
* .color then there would be no chance
tror a rupture. It is only a few nights
-since our reporter saw a whit2 boy
and a colo.ed boy in a fight because
the colored boy had hit the white boy
with a snow ball. A good and safe
rule is to play only with your own
We authorize our advertised druggist to
s ell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon thiis
condition. If you are afflicted with a
Cough. Cold or any Lung, Throat or Cla-t
trouble, and will use this remedy as di
rected, giving it a fair trial, and experi
ence no benefit, you may return the bot tle
and have your money refunded. We
could not make this offer did we not kn ow
that Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relied on. it never disappoints. Trial
bottles free at MlcMaster & Co.'s D:'ug
Store. Large size 50c. and $1.00. *
Childre. C.y fo. Pitch.e.'. Cu..a.
NE WANTS A
>cle1 at -
NEY, AND WE ARE DET]
LICES THAT WILL BRING
ill Save You the
ONCE AND GET YOUR C
IN A. DESPORT1
Home Savings Association.
The annual meeting of the Homi
Savings Association will be held at thi
office of W. D. Douglass on Tbursda]
night (21st) at 7.30 o'clock,
By order of the president,
J. P. CALDWELL.
Miss Lizzie Gerig has gone to at
tend the Training School for Nurses it
'I New York. She has gone to the samt
school which Miss Maggie Thomptot
attended. We wish her success.
Solicitor J. K. Henry arrived Satdf
day and is quartered at the Winnsbort
Judge Benet arrived on Sunday
and is quartered at the Duval Hotel.
Harry McCaw, Esq., the ready
scribe of the Court, ari-ived Sunday
night. He is at the Winnsboro Hotel.
Pimples, blackbeads, moles, freckles,
tan and sunburn'removed by Johnson's
Oriental Soap. Medicinal. Winns.
boro Drug Store.*
Fairlield Wins a Prize at Newsberry.
On last Wednesday evening at two
o'clock Mr. Henry L. Parr, of this
cunty, was named to Miss Mary Boyd,
of Newberry. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. E. P. McClintock, ol
the A. R. P. Church. The newly
married couple took the south-bound
train immediately, gettirig off at
Aston. They repaired to the hospita
ble home of Mr. Jno. K. Ragsdale
where they will beard until Mr. Parr
builds a dwelling house. Mr. Parr is
a son of the late Col. Henry W. Parr,
who owed and lived upon a large and
remnnerative plantation near Alston.
Mr. H. L. Parr will build there in the
nar future. The bride is a daughter
of the present county treasurer of
Newberry. Fairfield welcomes her to
her new home and THE NEWS AND
HERALD extends its congratulation.
WKEEE IS HE?
Wnt th the Florida War--Informationl
Win be Appreciated.
GRENADA, MIss., Feb. 14.
Postmaster -Dear Sir: I write to
know if you can give me any informa
tion of a family by the name of McDill.
My grandfather,; Richard Nason, once
lived niear Winnsborough, and my
father, John Nason, and Robert McDil]
both went to the Florida war; probably
they were in the same company. I am
anxious to correspond with him or any
of his relations. I wish to ascertain
the name and number of the company
or regiment; the name of any of the
oficer, or any other information in
regard to the matter. When they left
there I think they went direct to St.
Please let me know if any of the
Nason's or Millians are living any
where about there. I wilt be greatful
for the names and addresses of those
people if still there; I wish to write to
Thanking you in advance, and hoping
to hear from you at your earliest con
*I remain very respectfully
JOHN T. NAsON.
STATE OF OBIo, ( ITY OF TOLao,
FRANK J. CEENEY makes oath that
'he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. CHENEY & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
State aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
CATAaR that cannot be cured by the
Iuse of H aLL's CATAREB CURE.
FRANK J. OXENEY.
Sworn to before mue anid subscribed
in my presence, thi; 6!h day of Decem
ber, A D. 1886.
[SEAL] A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous sur faces of the system. Send
for testimonials, frec.
F. J. CHE~NEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
h'Seld by Druggists, 75c.
Winnsboro Drag Store, Druggists,
will tell you that Johnson's Magnetic
Oil always gives satisfaction and is the
Icheapest. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct.
ERMINED TO SELL AT
r SEEING U.
HRISTMAS TRICKS FRO]
The Hog Contest.
We have bad the objection urgi
, that limiting the pigs to be entered
this years birth, narrows the contc
to such an extent that many won
enter who can not, becanse their pi
were born in November or Decemb
of last year. Therefore in order
allow a greater number to enter i
will change the rule so far as Fairfie
County is concerned.
THE NEW RULES OF THE NEWS Al
THE NEWS AND HERALD will gi
$15 in gold to the heaviest and $5
gold to the next heaviest hog raised
Fairfield County this year. All entri
to be sent to THE NEWS AND HERA1
when weigbed at the start.
No pig weighing over 75 ponnds
Weight previous to entry date n
to be counted at the end of the co
All contesting pigs to be weighed 1
the first day of April 1895.
The gross weight only to be taki
at the end of the contest which will 1
the 17th, of December 1895.
All contestants to be subscribers I
TEE NEWS AND HERALD (Weekly c
Tri-weekly) and subscription mnast t
paid up to 1 January 1396. Weight
the start to be sworn to by two di
interested witt~esses. All subscriptic
must be paid by the first of April<
contestants names will be stricken ou
Briefly, the conditions are as followi
-The pig need not be a this year's pig
but must not weigh ever 75 pounds
start with. The weight previousi
day of weighing to be decided on tt
17th of December, 1895, from the gro;
weight on that day. Then no one* ca
enter after April first. All contestani
must subscribe to the Weekly or Tr'
weekly NEWS AND HERALD and sul
sciption paid to 1 January '96. A
entries must be sent to THE NEws AN~
HERALD by April first.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
Died in Caddo Parish, La., Januar
24th, 1895, Mr. David Young MillinI
son of David and Jane Wright Milling
of Fairfield District, S. C. Mr. Mi
ling was in the 62nd year of his age
the time of his death, having bee
born September 28th, 1833. Remove
from South Carolina to Texas in ti
fall of 1857; then to Bossier Paris]
La., where he settled in 1870. Unite
with the Presbyterian Charch, at Col
tage Grove, La., August 2nd, 1876, 2
which he was afterwards elected to tb
oile of Deacon.
He was a man of untarnished ir
tegrity, a lover of good men, full c
gentleness and .cordiality, yet so ri
tiring and unobtrusive in his disp<
sition that many scarcely knew hin
He was best appreciated by thoqe wh
knew him best. We mourn his d4
parture, yet rejoice in the confidenc
that he has been taken from ti
stormy life to a blessed rest, and
glorious home. "Blessed are the dea
which die in the Lord." E
Cure For Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Headach
Eletric Bitters has proved to be th -ver
best. if effects a permanent cure and th
Iost dreadful habitual sick headache
yield to its influence. We urge all wI
are afflicted to procure a bottle, and giv.
this remedy a fair trial. In casee of habi
ual constipationi Electric Blitters cures b
giving the needed tone to the bowels, an
few cases long resist the use of this med
cine. Try it once. Large bottles oni
Fifty cents at McMaster & Co.'s Dru
gere. - *
For Over Fifty Years
Mn.s. WINSLOW's SOOTHING SYRUr he
been used for over fifty years by mnillior
of mothers for their children while teeti
ing, with perfect success. It soothes ti:
child, softens the gums, allays all pail
cures wind colic, and is the best remned
for Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor 1i
te sufferer immediately. Sold by Dru;
gists in every part of the world. Twent:
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask f<
'"rs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," an
ke no other kind. 5-2f xly
B-eckien's Arntea Salve.
s'3E ST SA LVE in the world for Gut
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheumn, Feyi
Sores. Tetter,Chepped IHands, Chill ulaii
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos
tiely cures Piles, o:no pay required.
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfactio:
rn monev refunded. Price 23 'e nts r.
Will do wonderful work now.
nual inventory of stock, I fin<
of year, and are marking dow:
Spring will soon be here an
A Great BrE
In all fine Dress Goods and
and cost not considered. A
Patterns; will close out at cos
THIS IS NO ADV
I mean business, and if you <
A handsome lot of large, heaN
Hero is knotler
Keep it in your miud if you w
certainly taken the tariff off t
If you want correct styles a
will obtain your supplies from
Should you tumble into my st
coat, you would make the hit
J L. MI
to ASSIGNEE'S SALE,
ve ON FRIDAY, FFBRUARY 22, I
Id will offer for sale, at public outcry,
three stocks of goods-One Dry Goods
y and Two Groceries-reservig the
right to reject any and all bids. In
ventories and stocks may be inspected
re by applying to the undersigned. Bid
in ding to commence at 12 o'clock.
in Terms: One-half cash, balance in 30,
B 60, and 90 days, with interest at the
rate of 7 per cent on approved security.
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
to _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Notice of Dissolution.
- OTICE is hereby given that the
l- partnership heretofore existing
between J. M. Stewart, Jno. C Bu
' chanan and Murray Robinson, under
the firm name of the Winnsboro Drug
Store, was dissolved on 26'January,
e1895. All parties indebted to the said
firm will make payment to J. ME.
r Notice of Partnership.
OIEis hereby given flhat the
iudersigned parties did on the
S7th da'y of February, 1895, enter into
na copartnership to carry on a business
-r for the sale of drugs, medicines, kc.,
under the firm name of the Winnsboro
Drug Store. J. M,. STEWART,
J. C. BUUUANAN,
o2-16tt T. F. DAVIS.
:8 OF UJHARLOTTE, N. C.,
Will be in Winnsboro at the Winns
boro Hotel on
SThursday, February 28,
for one day. Practice limited to Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat.
A Ibcdonald& Co.
As we wish to make room for
Spring stock, we have marked
our heavy Winter Goods, such as
i.WOOLEN PIECE GOODS,
way down out of sight. The
winter is not yet gone and
YO.U WILL NEED
eWARM WE AR.
8We will beat "between season"
prices to death.
eWhen times are .hard and money
YOU W4NT YOUR DOLLAR TO
GO A LONG WAY8
We will give you more for ONE
DOLLAR than any one else.
a TRY US
~We will treat you right and
save you money.
Checked Homespun, at 3c. per yd
White Homespun at 3c. per yd
dWill beat the record on Flour,
i AMCDONAD & 0,
!, Blackstock, S. C.
As I am now taking my an
too many goods for the time
a goods in every department.
d I must have room for new
Oak in Prices
rimmings. Profits abandoned
few more of those fine Pants
lon't think so, come and see.
y Sateen Quilts, marked down
tBra ll Opporlilulty
ant a pair of Blankets. I have
MEN AND BOYS.
t prices way below value you
my great marked down stock.
ore and strike me for an Over
of the season. It costs nothing
- - Manager.
AND SALE SABLES.
Just IReceived 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 jgaper.
I will also exchangssanty of those
Mares for Mules. Persons wishine-to.
raise stock will do well to call and ex
amine them before buying elsewbre.
A Few Milch Cdws for Sate.
Also a Few Buggies.
Winnsboro, S. C.
Cheaper than they have been
in several years.
blASTR & O.
q.arantee to ou .
to, -Fets, Di r
-Ser-oR: - q- R int e .
- , s e s, casbe
Lucorrobacc and Fml okes A lmo ra
bo es Wo; Meooraldepr
Brree, Imrpote cy, LotPr nete m srex,
crosi of agenth. I i~ owa ra hi
perbo, boxs 5. wi nnsby2eorer we gie.
BOILITNG WATER OR MILK.
-eNew * Year'sB~
RERQ U EST.
*All parties who are owing us accounts will please
arrange to payin the~InextC few days. -We are
owing money and must make prompt collections in
order to pay promptly.
J. M. BE A TYT& BRO.
All parties indebted to us must make arranige
ment for immediate settlement. We must -have the
money, or paper satifactorily secured. Having de
cided to go into a new business it is absohitsl.y neces
sary that our business here -be closed .up at once.
All parties owing us will be given areasonable. time
to settle; after that all unpaid notes or accounts due
us will be placed in suit.
T. H. KETCHIN & CO.
PnmntinrrI~nm If You Wanitto Know How
* ~)U1WLIIII~ ~Good Buggies aire.Made,
Kid GIove.Qranges.) Sas
ers -and a syn~metrical skirt cat.o0n
Fine Ripe Grape Fruit. .t~1 r aeoa yarign
Choice Sweet Oranges. thscuigtearsbosowo
Choice Eating Apples. te r laie n aksadtp
Choice Messina Lemons.armaefBleideMnti2
__________ Or as are made .'alby ar.raiceng
tMre with a s~peiacrps of has
ChoiceEvaportedus cruing heanish to shorw to
Appes ndPahes g.oWod adatrck, agiin -theovehicl
ahasm el accpedane cyt fre
bhooulyeaoed to a pater you thaert
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CalifrnisRaisnstada-t ifvny Ofou
buggisvanwan Sa enhock. o
uisats. sad akes
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atmor. .Materic,- Or dr ld,
pa recntly, ih andepted.t.the -aec od
Ss oura sharc of hit viiniftrndeil
F. V~7. Hbencbe pearsed tose expen rdutee.t
The ThoroughbredI St-llionLIN
will mae the sasonrok1895ea SinC.
mon mres nd $.5 fo hooughrad CaseAs,1adCses.
mares. ColtsUinEureGlEe ishasgrand-l
soneo Eaingo n Irs otaosn n of the laetdsgsi
celebratedat;moderatDe pralces. Orers fille
ab agMaes, heu rnipsEtc, Et prmty ih n aa h l
of Gorinaby Aerian clistn. Theiecankfulfrpatetbns patrnae
Enuurr' cl~ ae tyis. Itl a k ~~~tyfor haeo tl. in atare.fn
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cnTiheon T horoug be n tain,?.nt tae-tog -un -o esr
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plnae ah d well fnorn thorughbre otcs oteIvntr'Ti ped
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hisbrauhte prodnrer. Dmin Aayne
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