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Thuasday. February 21. : 195
-The s ow fell in large flakes on
Tuesday evening, but melted as fast as
-The town clock was so cold it
could not run and stopped. Mr. C. M.
Chandler has repaired it and it is in
-The case in which four colored
men are charged with stealing meat
from Mr. Walker, near Ridgeway.
consumed the greater of the day on
-Mr. William C. Flenniken, for
merly of this place, has been appointed
soliciting agent of the Seaboard Air
line. Augusta, Savannah Chsrleston
and Wilmington will all be in his terri
tory. We congratulate William on his
-A gentlemnan in Georgia has
written to THE NBWs AND HERALD
for tobacco seed. We are only furnish
ing Fairfied County, and our offer was
to any man who would plant six acres.
We think the enterprising Augcsta
ghzronicle would be willing to furnish
some tobacco seed in order to foster
the -tobacco enterprise in that state.
The Charloston News and Couzrier
stat ted tobacco in this way.
Winnsboro Drug Store, Druggist3,
will tell you that Johnson's Magnetic
Oil alwajs. gives satisfaction and is the
cheapest. $1.00 uizs 50 cts.; 50 ct.
size 25 cts. *
Win. H AVE A BANQUET-The County
Medical Association will have a ban
quet in Winnsbere on the first Monday
- in March at one o'clock.
CAM1E TO COURT ON A SLEIGH.-Mr.
C. S. Brice, Jr., and Mr. Adam Dun
bar came to Winnsboro on a sleigh to
attend Court. They live about sixteen
miles from town.
Tnar WERE "OUT OF LINE."-The
Air Line train came over the road.
of the Southern Railway on Tuesday ;
it passed through Winnsboro about
ten o'clock on Tuesday night. There
was freight train off the track at
Thickety and the Air Line train had
to come to Columbhia to get to Charlotte.
Governo SEvans has appointed Jas.
Q. Davis, Maj. T. W. Woodward and
W. J. Johnson a committee to work in
representing Fairfield County at the
Fell on the Ice.
United States Commissioner 3. G.
Hawthorne slipped on the ice yester
day morning while on his way down
to his office and fell heavily. He was
insensible for a few minutes but re
covered later on and was about as
usual during the afterasoon. His face
was severely br-lised and one finger
Mr. Hawthorn is a native of Fair
field, and is a brother of Mrs. W. T.
McCrore,. His friends here will re
gret to learn of his accident.
HIS BODY NOT YET FOUND.
We regret to inform our readers
that the report in reference to finding
the body of the son of the Rev. G. P.
Gresham, who was drowned at Fish
Dam Ferry on Broad River was a
mistake. The railroad agent, L. F.
Pagon, at Shelton, on the S. & N.
R. R., regrets that through mistaken
reports he notified parties interested
that the body had been found. Upon
investigation, instead of its being the
body of tihe unfortunate boy, it was
C found to be the b dy of a drowned
cow, the colors of which, at a distance
resembled those of the overcoat which
the boy had on when he was drowned.
V For Over Fifty Years
child, softens the gums, allays all pain.
- cures wInd colie, an:d is the best remedy
for Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immiediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of th~e world. Twenty
''-e cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
-airs. WinAow's Soothing Syrup," and
ie no other kind. r-2tI1
N WANTS A
cicls at -'
EY, AND WE ARE DETE
CES THAT WILL BRING
.1 Save You the
NCE AND GET YOUR CI
9 A. DESPORTI
Mrs. R. J. Ste wart and her brother,
Mr. J. R. Curiee, returned from
Florida on Tuesday night, where they
ave been on a visit to relatives.
Mr. J. Lyles Glenn, an attorney of
the Chester bar, was at court on Tues
Mr. James, of the Chester bar, was
in attendance at Court on Wednesday.
Johnson's Tasteless Compound Cod
Liver Oil with hypophospbites gives
tene te the nerves; strengthening,
stimulating and producing healtby
flesh like magic. Wmnnsboro Drug
On Monday evening, inst before ad
journment, the jury brought out a
rerdict of not guilty against John Rose,
:harged with stealing a bale of cotton
rro W. R. Babb.
Court convened on Tuesday morn
ng. The first case tried was against
omes Williams, charged with entering
bhe store of R. W. Phillipps. The
tate failed to make ont a case and the
ldge orded the jury to write a verdict
>f not guilty.
The grand jury then brought in a
:rne bill against Reuben Perry, charged
with stealing, an ox from Joe Lee.
erry plead guilty and was sentenced
.o two years in the penitentiary.
No bill was brought in against WV.
In the case of Alfred Mc~eigh and
~liza Stevenson, no bill was brought
A true bill was brought in aguinst
1art Black, charged with murder
:near Salem Church); also a true bill
Lgainst Allen Boyd, charged with
nurddr, against William S. Sharpe,
rue bill. No bill was found against
lbert Thompson, also Chas. Richard
on and Jesse Humnphries. (in two
In the riot case at Simpsons a true
yi1 was only found against Gee.
IcMullen, Sam Jackson and W. M.
The court then proceeded with the
:ase of Ben Adams, John iUosboro,
ist Boyles, and Charley Paulding.
A true bill was brought in against
Dennis S. Murphy, Dennis Carter and
['homas Byrd for assault and battery
with intent to kill. That is for the
hooting of Henry L. Parr. The two
ast named are colored men.
The presentment of the grand jury
was read by the clerk and will be
published in full in our next issue.
At the time of going to press the
attorneys were speaking in the case
igainst Nat Byrd and others.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
On Tuesday evening, 12th inst., at
the home of the bride, near Ridgeway,
S. C., Mr. W. T. Cleveland led to
Hymen's sacred altar Miss Janie E.
Kennedy, daughter of the late Mr.
James Hugh Kennedy. The~ occasion
was a very private one, only a few
relatives, and friends of the family
being present. A few minutes past
8 o'clock p. m. the attendants met at
the door of the bride's room. The
bride and bridesmaids were arrayed in
white with appropriate flowers and
descended to the parlor which was
beautifully decorated with evergreens
and flowers. Over the altar under
which the bride and groom stood were
festoons of evergreens and flowers,
and the letters "K. and C." The Rev.
Mr. McClure officiated in a very
solemn and impressive manner. The
marriage vow was sealed with the
The attendants were as follows:
Mir. J. Ellison Jones, with Miss BellE
Kennedy ; Mr. Eugene Cleveland, witli
Miss Nettie Kennedy ; Mr. John Ken
nedy, with Miss Fannie Stricker, o:
Chester. Two of the groomsmen fail
ing to arrive, the twvo young ladie.
stood as maids of honor.
After the ceremony and due con
gratulations were extended to thi
happy couple, the company were in
J79 21 is
RMINED TO SELL AT
IRISTMAS TRICKS FROM
elegant repast of substantials and
delicacies were served, after which the
party returned to the parlor and spent
the remainder of the evening in pleas
antry and music.
Wednesday morning dawned bright
and clear. After a wedding break
fast, the bride and groom took their
departure for the home of the latter in
Laurens county, where they will spend
a few days, with the best wishes of
friends who accompanied them to the
station. A FRIEND.
Longtown, S. C., February 16.
THE DIVINE PURPOSE OF THE
"Mighty Peboan, the winter
Has breathed upon the lakes and
And into stone has changed their
From his hair has shook the snow
Till the plains are strewn with white
As if, stooping, the creator
With his' hand has smoothed them
To the thoughtful what could be
more beautiful, as a gift, from our
Father than a snow scene. Every
blade of grass, every bongh and
branch laden and bowing as if in
obeisance to the Giver of every per
fect, imitative of His spotless purity.
It is said that there is a time for all
things and notwithstanding the ces
sation of farming, teaching, and in
fact all work, we have decided it is a
time for play, accordlingly on Satur
day last the echoes of Mitford hills
resounded with merry voices fioating
on the evening breeze, and skimming
swiftly over the snow indenting the
vast plain of whiteness, was to be seen
a jolly sleighing party under the super
vision of Messrs. Jas. Gladden and
Will Lumpkin. The pleasures of the
evening are attributed to these young
gentlemen who are characteristic for
their contemplative interest shown for
the enjoyment of the fair sex.
The elite of Mitford society are
pleased to welcome another bachelor
(?) in the person of Mr. David Elliott,
who we understand, has located here.
The young folk are contemplating a
spelling bee, for improvement as well
as enjoyment, in the near future.
We are pleased to note the conva
lescence of Miss Pattie Gladden who
has been quite ill for the past few
weeks. FLTING ARROW.
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO,
FRANK J. CHENET makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. CHENET & 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
CATARRH that cannot be cured by the
use of H aLL's CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CIENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
'my presence, this 6th day of Deeem
her, A. D. 1386.
[sEAL) A. IV. ULEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENET & Co., Toledo, 0.
WSeld by Druggists, 75e.
FARMERS MEET IN COLUMBIA.
The Plans They Devise to Betteer Their
Conditionl---Caucuses Being Hold to
Form New Parties.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Feb. 19.-Dele
gates from the 25 county Alliances in
this State and other farmers met in
convention here to-night, to consider
their condition and devise plans to
better it. They adopted a scheme for
purchasing fertilizers on the "cotton
option" plan, stipulating the amount
they would give in cotton on Novem
ber1st for each ton of corn; kinds of
fertilizers and the amount in currency
they would pay if it so pleased them.
They decided also to use as little fer
tilizer as possible and only the high
grades. They bound themselves to
reduce tho cotton acreage, by only
planting in cotton that portion of their
lands not used for raising provisions
for borne consumption, etc.
They likewise demanded that the
railroad commission immediately re
duce the rates on fertilizers 20 per
cent.; that the railroads waive their
30 days notice of such reduction be
fore it can become effective; and that
the fertilizer companies prepay freights
on their goods to be paid back on
November 1st, with a cotton option at
5 cents a pound on November 1st if
te farmers prefer that t..o paying the
cash. In case of the rifusal of all
Will do wonderful work now.
uual inventory of stock, I find
of year, and are marking dowr
Spring will soon be here an<
A Great Bre
In all fine Dress Goods and 'I
and cost not considered. A
Patterns; will close out at cosi
THIS IS NO ADV
I mean business, and if you d
A handsome lot of large, heav
Here is Anothe
Keep it in your miud if you w:
certainly taken the tariff off t
If you want correct styles a
wilt obtain your supplies from
Should you tumble into my st
coat, you would make the hit
I L. MIN
Q. D.- WILLIFOI
parties to acquiesce in these demands
they will use no fertilizers at all this
Senator-elect Tillman was in the
convention a short time. He leaves
for Washington to-morrow.
The chairman of the railroad com
mission was the chairman'of the con
vention, and the other two commis
sioners were delegates.
Aside from this convention, nearly
every politician in the State is here to
night and several secret caucuses are
being held looking to an alignment of
all factions of white people into new
political parties for the coming cam
Care For Headache.
A a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proYed to be the very
est. If effects a permanent cure and the
m~ost dreadful habitual sick headaches
yield to its influence. We urge all who
are afflicted to procure a bottle, and give
tisl remedy a fair trial. In case? of habit
ual constipation Electric Bitters cures by
rivig the needed tone to the bowels, and
'ew ca~ses long resist the use of this medi
cine. Try it once. Large bottles only
Fifty cents at McMaster & Co.'s Drug
Children Cry f'orfitcher's Castoria.
Rev. 0. S. Stringfield, or Wakefield,
. C., says - "Five boxes of Japanese
Pile Cure cured me after 12 years' suf
fering." Winnsboro Drug Store. *
Children Cry for Pitecher's Castoria.
Weak, nursing mothers gain strength
nd fiesh using Johnson's Compound
Cod Liver Oil. Rich in fat food,
pleasant to take and easily digested'
giving strength to mother and child.
Winnboro Drug Stort. .
whsabywassiek, we gaiehera aerta.
Whn she was aChik1, she eriod for Cageria,
wha she b.3ae Xi, she clang so Cased..
whn she ha4 Cseremsh svehm C.sas
OF CHARLOTTE, N. C.,
Will be in Winnsboro at the Winns
boro Hotel on
Thursday, February 28,
for one day.. Practice limited to Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat.
ON FRIDAY, FFBRUARY 22, I
will offer for sale, at public outcry,
three stocks of goods-One Dry Goods
and Two Groceries-reserving the
ight to reject any and all bids. In
rentories and stocks may be inspected
by applying to the undersigned. Bid
ding to commence at 12 o'clock.
Terms: One-half cash, balance in 30,
60, and 90 days, with interest at the
rate of 7 per cent on approved security.
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
SH ERIFF'S S ALE.
B Y virtue of an execution to me di
rected, I have this day levied on
and will sell o~efore the Court House
dor in Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN M ARCU,
all that certain tract of land containing
Three Hundred Acres, more or less,
situate in the County of Fairfield, in
the State of South Carelina, known as
the Ashlord place, and bounded by
Little River, lands of W. R. Doty &
Co., William McConnell and others.
Levied upon as the property ol
Stephen Gibson, at the suit of M. Arm
strong, executor for Thomas McKins
try, plaintiff, againlst Thomas Craw
fo'rd, Stephen Gibson, and Robert
Terms of Sale-Cash.
R. E. ELLISON,
Sheriff's office,8. F. C.
Winsboro, S. C., Feb. 11, 1895.
OR SURVEYING, TERRAC1NG
Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
,- om.T. M. BOULWARE,
As I am now taking my an
too many goods for the time
goods in every department.
1 I must have room for new
ak in Prices
'rimmings. Profits abandoned
ew more of those fine Pants
on't think so, come and see.
y Sateen Quilts, marked down
mnt a pair of Blankets. I have
MEN AlND BOYS.
: prices way below value you
my great marked down stock.
>re and strike me for an Over
)f the season. It costs nothing
I HEADQUARTERS FOR
As we wish to make room for
Spring stock, we have marked
our heavy Winter Goods, such as
WOOLEN PIECE GOODS, s
DRESS GOODS, b
AND HATS, R
way down out of sight. The
winter is not yet gone and.
YOU WILL NEED
WARM WE AR.
We will beat "between season"
prices to death.
When 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.
TRY US -
We will treat you right and
save you money.
Checked Homespun, at 3c. per yd
White Homespun at 3c. per yd
Will beat the record on Flour
A. MGDO0AD & CO.,
Blackstock, S. C.
AND SALE SABLES.C
JustiR eceived and for
.A arload of fine YOUNG MARES
ad 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
rsise stock will do well to call and ex- s
amine them before buying elsewbre.B
A Few Milch Cows for Sale.
Also a Few Buggies.
Winneboro, S. C.
iwat veynan oa in the nted
hait t*ave oe ofinoktesis.t'
Box ass, and one winl be sent yourfree.
DEAFFES &AD OSESCUR
-,eNew e Year'se
-RE QUERS T.
All parties who are owing us accounts will please
arrange to. pay in the]nextj few days. We: are
owing money and must make prompt collections in
order to pay promptly.
[. M. BE ATY & BRO.
-Ieadquarters for Millinery.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
ats in all the latest shapes. A large stockof Ribbons, Fancy Feathers, Birds
id Tips. Fancy Pins, Buckles, Velvets, Silks, Crepes and other goods per
ining to this department. As we have a large 'stock of-these goods .which
ust be sold in season, we have marked our prices on them down.. Now is
)ur time to come and buy at J. 0. BOAG'S.
-.)Staple. Dry Goodsas
Novelty ai;d Solid Color Dress Goods-of various
- styles and mateiial, witli Trimwirgs for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as be owest.
Come and see for bargains at ~
0J. 0 BOAG'.
oes, Ihats anud other goods usually' found in a general .me'chandise store to
found at - J O..BOAG'S.
Furniture, Se wing Machines, Cooking, Stoves, Organs, Bqggies, Surreys,
oad Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
landarins Tangerines,. (or
Kid Glove Oranges.) HO IA 10D !
Fine Ripe~ Grape Fruit. W R O
Choice Sweet Oranges. AL KID OFNVLES
Choices an APples. prcswl8npTeyo.. oitfio
Choie MesinaLemos. peingeup larg lin of oleta Goods
osl for the ld-andloung. PEs
etsfor Svroaps, andusmes Shngs
hoice EvaporatediLAMP or All ounagil, STnd
nd Peches. cesF~wil srps, eyou.... an Paint
AppesASee mp. e Tese willP goHEPy
Fine anana.Ae kinds oa laseli el T iheos
Bowlsa, Tumbles, ~Brushe s, goget
______________Chamrics qsuitns,~ tie.
WePS Arstll klinSa o'n , Stnd,
GooIids ofuGgisareey aDse,
ScOur.oseat mes arivae of whitle
ash, borhy lttogthr Store.
'. w . Habenioot.Bugnel s are adeoa yaragn
theerEatinge withh Potatoes.gweEhav
abbages,___Turnips,___Etc., E t enatso htwe teeti
~~Ou hnsoea famearane. mas ofahie
asthoroughly roned toge ptternatoctra
C thPey are a e a bck arnginp
t lew a eou~~ retet thde mstchneblth 'specialnrigewe hav
JPPSIORI5,Capu~ f Ontentan tote up, th s thawnteeat ifso aeoeo u
thteknfprinetos fcrbgcaid hc topus casng hedyo oanish toft showeto
e ~ ~Panlansedmaprrnncuead of adanage ande gidig utheaeil
suitingainaddsom, anner'ance.. 'hytsndur
ustril U R iseaaeasei"e a We'san tr
Axt uew an isc. re arnts oplraitrc. a rebe-hdatg
nefits received. $1 abox. 6 for $5. Set by mall. Our seats are made, by r Cicero
narantees issued by our agents. P-e'Peetd Moore with a competeiito6ips of as
NSTIPA TION C'-"***"egsistants.
e greattLrvER and STOm AH REGULAO and We proudly challenge ethe world to
LOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant tocoprseswi u.- -
e ca~ aaped orchldens ue.50DoesMr. W,. M. Patrick, of Woodward,
GUAEaINTEES Issued only by has recently accepted the agency for
WINNsBORo-DRUG sTORE. our product in his vicinity, and will
winnsboro, s. C. bc pleased to explain to you the merits
______ ____of the "PREMIUM CAROLINA
- -- BUGGY."
DR. E. C. TETER,
Physician and Surgeonl. IAiU~ ~.~ ~'
Offers his professi:nal services to thle Yrve .C
eople of Fairfield. Yr~le .C
Postoffice addres4, Jenkinlsvils, s. c.