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'iesday, lebruai y 26. ; ;8t5
Hard Cash-J. MN. Beaty & Bro.
To Jurors, Etc.-McMaster & Co.
Notce-J. F. McMaser and Otbers,
Lecal rht -
-The steamer was overhauled Sat
-What would we do without Court
three times a year?
-Tomorrow is Ash. Wednesday
the first day of the Lenten season.
-The Presbyterian choir has been
strengthened by the addition of two
-The commercial men are number
less this season, and all report "trade
-There is still snow on the ground,
the balmy weather of the last few days
to the contrary notwithstanding.
-Services were held in all the
churches Sunday sav the Baptist.
The pastors in charge of each officiated.
-Nearly every farmer you meet
next I all will say, "try some of my
tobacco;" well bring it up we will try
-As soon as you read this paper
prepare your bed for tobacco seed and
write to THE NEWS AND BERALD.
-Mr. J. M. Elliott, Sr., and Mr.
.U. L. Elliott, Sr., both of whom have
been quite unwell, were out on the
-Mr. R. V. Bray will build a to
bacco barn on his place, so we are gin
formed, and will cure tobacco for him
self and others.
-The vestibule passed through Sat
urday morning working only one side
of the engine. The drivers on the
other side broke down near Blackstock.
There will be a meetli g of the
Young Ladies' Society of the L. R. P.
Church this (Tuesday) afternoon at 5
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. P.
-The Corner Store calls your at
tention to the fact that their line of
dry goods, shoes, etc., is especially
cheap. The need of the hour, how
ever, is garden feed. In potatoes they
have a gem, and in onion sets and
every known garden seed they are
well supplied with select stock.
- We bear that some parties have
been digging for a supposed murdered
negro in a saw-dust pile iii the Rocky
Mount section. He was supposed to
have been murdered before the mill
was put there-about twenty years
ago. "They say" the bank of saw
dust which was unearthed is about as
high as the jail.
We guarantee Johnson's Magnetic
Oil; it has no superior for all aches
and pains, internal or external, man
or beast. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 et. size
25 cts. Winnsboro Drug Store.*
.Sr. JOHES CauacH.-To-morrow
being Ash Wednesday, the first day of
Lent, divine service will be held in
this church at 11 o'clock a.;m.
SAVE YOUR MONEY.-While the time
has already expired for mxaking re
turns, those who have not made me
turns had better do so without further
delay and save further expense.
GENTLEIEN OF THE JURT.--Before
leaving town jurors and witnesses are
asked to call and see the stock of
garden seed offered by McM aster &k
Co. Read their list in another column
H E SAID lIE DwDIT.-Dennis Carter,
colored, admitted in his trial on Mon
day that he shot Mr. Henry L. Parr.
He wished to explain why he did it,
but the Court would not admit the
testimony he commienced to give.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Tna~ W ATERt SUPPLYr.- The fellow
il:g is the report of the policem:an tan
the water supply measuremients take~n
ont Mndayv m~ornling:
Couart -house cistern.........1.1 11j
Depot cistern..............15 1
Elliott's ciste'rn..............9 6
Neil's cistern.............. 14 9
Miiller's cistern.......,......7 8
;:billips' cistern............ 5 10
Cummings' cistern............16 54
Mr. P. M. Cohen returned this
week from his farm in Fairfield
t'ounty. lie was completed snowed
in while over there, so he says, not
getting any mail or news from the
outside world for six days. Mr.
Cohen says that it is really a fact that
there is a'dearth of cash in Fairfield
County. -uion Times.
We can furnish affidavits if you
think Mr. Cohen is mistaken.
- Free Tobacco Seed.
THE'NEwS AND HERALD has on hand
some "Hester" variety of tobacco seed
for free distribution. It is estimated
that 13 tablespoonsftul will make
plants enough for five or six acres.
if you want themi write at once. Mr.
J. P. raldwell has a small amount of
'"Ye low Orinoco" variety for free
dietribution. Mr. G. II. McMaster
and Mr. J. M. Beaty al-o have some of
the same kind. Wri:e r . aer of these
partie< or THE SEWS AND IIERtALD
and they will be sent to you with~out
w aan Baby was stek, we gr~ve her O&K tat
whea she wass a hi she eriod for amais.
when she beesane Mics, she etung~ to cstoria.
Mr. 3aefe Means Busine.s.
Last spring THE NEWS AND HERALD
reporter took Mr. Pitts, a tobacco
grower,. out to see Mr. Wade H. c
Macfie with a view of interesting him i
in tobacco culture. After some ex- s
planation and information concerning I
the matter Mr. Macfie concluded to try f
ten acres. But the freeze came and a
Mr. Mactie plowed up the tobacco 'bed C
and put it in cotton. We had lost s
sight of Mr. Pitts until he arrived on I
the Sunday's train and was met by s
Mr. Macfie from whom we learned F
that Mr. Pitts had arrived to assist 0
him in a tobacco crop this year.
We admire Mr. Macfie's determination
to try it over. They are preparing at1
bed this week and will sow at once. b
If there are any others who mean a
business concerning tobacco let them v
write us for seed, and perhaps an ar- n
rangement can be made to have Mr. a
Pitts to attend the curing of it all. a
Address THE NEwS AND HERALD and 5
make known your desired plan of s
operations and we will see what ar- s,
rangement can be made. s
Rheuwatism, neuralgia, headaciae
and pains of every kind instantly re
lieved by Johnso:n's Magnethi 0.1. t,
$1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size 25 ets
Winnsboro Drug store. * h
The attention of the Court was oc
cupied principally on Friday and the
greater part of Saturday with the riot
case against W. W. Egleston and Sam a
Jackson. The testimony was long and
tedious and resulted in a verdict of 3
not guilty. r
On Saturdayl evening the case of
Alfred McVeign and Eliz i Stevenson, o
charged with burglary and larceny, p
was nol prossed on account of an error 2
in the indictment.
The case against William Sharpe, r
charged with assault and battery, re
sulted in a verdict of not guilty.
The case against Denny S. Murphy,
Dennis Carter and Tom Byrd, charged
with assaalt and battery with intent to
kill .enry L. Parr, was taken up en b
Monday. Tne case against Murphy a1
was continued until next term of
ourt. The Case consumed the greater tr
part of the day and resulted in a ver- rt
dict of guilty as to Dennis Carter and st
guilty with recommendation to mercy B
as to Tom Byrd. J 4
THE HOG CONTEST. W
As will be seen by our last issue, hi
the day for weighing the pigs to be
entered for the Fairfield priza is the w
irst day of April. On that day the C
ig must not weigh over 75 pounds. ci
Some of our friends think that this
onflicts with the News and Courier's C
ace. It does not at all. All that is
ecesary is to re-weigh the pig started
n the News and Courier's race-that is, A
n the first day of April. The reason sc
we changed was that this year's pigs Y<
ere scarce, thereby preventing ab
reat many from entering. Had this
bjecton been raised earlier we are
atisfied that the News and Courier
would have taken the weight instead C<
f the age at the statt. They wouldti
have bad three times as many men in
he race in this county. But all that bc
s necessary is to weigh the News and
ourier pig on April 1 and push him c
We arc informed that some of the
air ladies of our county have arrangtd(
o enter the contest for the priz.e hogk
his year. Look out, brethren!
There are about twent-,-five entries
n the prize pig contest already. Get
eady by A pril 1.
You must be a subscriber to THEE
EWS AND llERA LD and your subscrip
in must be paid up to Jaunuary 1,
86, in order to comply with the rules
n the hog contesT. Ali subscriptions '
nut b2 pai:l at otur office by A pril 1.
Pigs to be entered on A pril 1 for fo
HE NEWS AND HERALD'S priZe must
e weighed in presencme of two disin
eresed witnesses who must mnake -
ab before a trial justice as to weight.
You haye about 32 (lays t.> make I
rraements to eniter THE Naws AND m
ERALD's contest for $20 in gold.
Farnmers, Schools, Hot Supper. a
BETHEL, S. C., February 24.-There v
is .till a little snow on the ground, H
ut the weather is fine -and the farmers A
are pushing things with a rush, clear
ing and preparing their land for the
plow, and as soon as the land will
permit plowing will begin. I do not
think that there will be any fertilizers -
used in our section this year.
Miss Edith M. Pooser's school will
:10s3 the first day of March and she .1
will leave for her home inBranchville. at
We are sorry to give her up, and no
doubt there will be some heart aching al
and tears shed by some of the young T
men ut her depat tare. s
The ceiling of Bethel Church has ti
been complet.d. It ad~ds much to the tI
comfort as well as the appearance of L
the same. C
There will be a hot supper at the
Iresidence of Mr. J. L. Cauthen's on S
Friday night, the 8th of March, con- st
siting of oysters, turkey, well every Itr
thing that will go to satisfy the appe- f'
tite of all, for the benefit of the church. C
All are invited to attend. C.
A H ousehold Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y., V
says that L:e alway s keeps Dr. King's New
Discovery in th~e house and his family has ..
always ft und the ver hest resul:s follow
it use, that he wo~uld not be without it if
procuorabe U A . D~ykemnan, Druggist,
Catkill, N. Y.. says thait Dr. King's New
Dicovery is undouxb-ediv the best Counh
reey;'t at he has use'd it in his fan'ilp
frigtyars, and' it -as never I ailet to
do ll hatis laimied for it. \\ h not try
a emedy so long tried an.i tested. Trial
bottle free at M.ster & Co.'s Drug Store..
'repare Tour Tobacco Bed as Soon
You Read This.
It is estimated that 1i tablespooni
f tobacco seed are required to plani
ed of 100 square yards-that is, t
tops long by ten steps wide. TI
ed will make plants enough to set o
Ye acres; but it is safer to dcuble t
mount of seed and also the numb
f square yards, namely: Three tab
poonsful to be sown on 200 squa
ards, which is ten steps by twen
teps. You may then have enou
lants for 6, 8 or perhaps 10 acres
wing to success in raising plants.
PREPARING THIS BED.
Pile up limbs, brush and logs abo
3 inches deep all over the bed ai
urn over, thereby killing all insec
ad foreign vegetable matter. Dig 1
ith mattock or plow with smi
arrow plows, making the earth loo
ad finely broken, but first rake off s
hes, coals or roots. Put down abol
) pounds of fertilizer to every 1
juare yards of bed; put 1j tab]
>oonsful of seed to one peck of ashe
)w one gallon over the entire be
ien go over again with the remainir
allon in order to get an even di
-ibution of seed.
The bed should have a log or po
id all around its four sides, and
ank of dirt should be thrown up
rotect the plants from water and
ren at cold winds from injuring ther
The bed should be set near water c
south hillside with fine loamy so!
The plants should be set out in roy
J feet apart, and 3 feet apart in t
)w. Make rows with four tu
low furrows. RAI lor drag the tc
E the bed; rolling is best. Set o1
lats with a stick or paddle abol
Note-The seed should not be ha
>wed or brushed in, but tramped I
ith the foot or pressed in with
S. 11. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., wE
oubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatist
s Stomach was disordered, his Liver w
fected to an alarming degree, appeti
11 away, and he was terfibly reduced j
sh and strength. Three bottles of Ele
ie Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisbug, Ill., had
mining sore on his leg of eight year
anding. Used three bottles of Electr
itters and seven boxes of Bucklen's A
ca Salve, and his leg is sound and we]
)hn Speaker, Catawba, 0., had five larl
,er sores on his leg, doctors said I
as incurable. One bottle Electric Bitte:
id one box Buckien's Arnica Salve cur(
m entirely. Soid by McMaster & Co.
R. C. Taylor, Murfreesboro, Tenn
rites: I have used the Japarese Pi:
nr with great satisfaation and sn
ss. Winnsboro Drug Store.*
hidren Cry for Pitcher's Castoris
A. Godden, Druggist, Bii/minghiau
labama, writes: "Please publis
me of the testimonials I have ser
i for Japanese Pile Cure." Winni
iro Drug Store. *
B acklen's ArnleA Salve.
ran ISlsT SALVE inl the world for Cut
-aises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevy
res, Tetter,Chepped [lands, Chilllair
rns, and all Skin Eruptions. and pas
'elyeures Piles, o: no pay required.
guaranre'~d to give perfect s-tilsfacttio
money refunded. Price 23 ''nts pt
x. F~ir sate by M'a'Wer & Cr '
ildren Cry for Pitcher's Casteria
) N salesday in MJarch I will offi
for sale at public outcry a nun
r of horses, mules and other pel
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
OF CHARLOTTE, N. C.,
ill be in Winnsboro at the Winn
boro Hotel on
Thursday, February 28,
~ one day. Prac:tice limited to Ey
E.ar, Nose and Throat.
Y virtue of our au:thor ity, as Scho<
T1rustees, we hereby call a publi
eeting ot all the resident propert
ruers who return $100 or more
al or personal property of Schot
istrict No. 14 (over 21 years of age
consider the propriety of levying
ecial tax for school purposes as pr<
ded by law.
Said 'meeting will be held at Tow
all in Winnsboro, S. C., at 11 o'cloc
.M., on Tuesday, March 12, 1895.
J. F. McMASTER,
JNO. P. MATTI-HEWS,
T. H. KETCIIIN,
Trustees School District No. 14.
SH ERIFF'S S ALE.
Y virtue of an execution to me d
recd, I have this day levied c
id will sell oefore the Court Hious
>or ini Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN M AR0II,
I that certain tract of land containin
bee Hundred Acres, more or les:
tate in the County' of Fairtield,i
e S'ate of South Carolina, known
,e Ashtord pliace, an~d bontideud b
ittle River, lands of W. R1. D~ory<
:., William Mctouncil anud otheri
Levied upon as the property<
ephen Gibson, at the suit of M. Aru
tong, executor for Thoma.s McKin:
rd, Stephen Gibso'n, and Robe1
Tetuti of Sale--Cash.
li. E. ELISON,
Sheriff's ofifice, S. F. C.
Tinnsboro., S. C., Feb. 11, 1895.
SChIehester's Engliah Diarond Brad.
he Will do wonderful work nowv
er nual inventory of stock, I fir
le- of year, and are marking doN
, Spring will soon be here a
- A Great Br
ut In all fine Dress Goods and
1d and cost not considered. A
ts Patterns; will close out at cc
THIS IS NO ADI
C I mean business, and if you
A handsome lot of large, hea
)0 below zero.
& Keep it in your miud if you i
certainly taken the tariff off
a CLOTHING FOI
a iiIf you want correct styles
wilt obtain your supplies fror
n Should you tumble into my c
I- coat, you would make the hi
rs to look.
SJ. L. MI
~]Q. D. WILLIFO
i and Others,
sa NOW IS THE TIM
e to get ready to plar
peas, turnip seed, cal
e bage, onion sets, et<
Lay in a stock whil
in town and save th
trouble of comin
back. We have eigl
le or ten varieties c
P e a a -Philadeiphi
Little Gem, Strati
I. gem and otbers; Ear]
- Flat Dutch, Purpl
Top, Strap Leaved
h Seven Top and othe
t Turnip Seed. Sei
eral varieties of Onio
Sets. Clover Seed
SLucern, and a generi
supply of Landreth
and other garden seed
iSTER & CO
Areeendsol byan el
o ,, b h ouala ofnL
ennand m s, a0 00c
- ye. eror un arini
laret s a goo i t e ired WIIU4 oi
efurn is fure seae pies, Ist
-ersep, c. Adres s tms
Is otrt the BETW E. n olf o T H sed tE
per yer.-HASendB for tilstrated
)l ~rigthenextsix ont s himngton . C
is th BES .*EL o TEManXs yetr*rar
T ToRNE CAT VINAW,
Solicts buines i n ativ llesnty
e, no T - WAT hingtenDf C
. As I am now taking my ai
Ld too many goods for the tirr
vn goods in every departmen
nd I must have room for ne
eak in Prices
Trimmings. Profits abandone
few more of those fine Pai
don't think so, come and se
vy Sateen Quilts, marked dow
M~r~ aill Oppoirtuillt
vant a pair of Blankets. I ha%
t MEN AlM) BOYS.
at prices way below value yo
i my great marked down stoc
;tore and strike me for an Ove
of the season. It costs nothin
RD- - M agei
IA., Madonald & Co
e As we wish to make room fc
e Spring stock, we have marke
g our heavy Winter Goods, such a
a WOOLEN PIECE GOODS,
' DRESS GOODS,
e way down out of sight. Th
rwinter is not yet gone and
YOU WILL NEED
WARM WE Ali
SWe will beat "between seasox
Sprices to death.
-When times are hard and mone
YOU W4NT YOUR DOLLAR T
- GO A LONG WAYS ~
tWe will give you more for ONK
DOLLAR than any one else.
We will treat you right an
save you money.
SChecked Homespun, at 3c. per y
SWhite Homespun at 3c. per y
Will beat the record on Flou
Blackstock, S. C.
AND SALE SABLES
Just EReceived and fo:
A e~d of fine YOUNG MARE
a.' .aULES, whbich I will sell chea
for cash or on time until niest Fa
with good ap)proved paper.
I wi'l a'so exchange any of thos
Mare for Mules. Persons wishingt
raise stock will do well to call and es
amine them before bnying elsewbre.
A Few Milch Cows for Sale
Also a Few Buggies.
Winnsboro, S. C.
States nted in dh Opn an ~Wi
Box 382, and one winl be sent you free.
DEAF &'"AD.OIE CR
Please Call at the Corner Store;
We have some Winter Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes, &c., which we wish
to exchaige for a few
d COME - AND - SEE - THE - GOODS.
n That will give you a good stand in your garden and make fine vegetables, will
arrive in a few days.
ONION SETS NOW IN STORE.
SEED IRISH POTATOES NOW IN STORE.
e We think we have the best Irish Potato that grows. We have tried them
and have questioned many others who have also grown them. The ve'rdict is,
they are the best. Potato nearly round, skin red, meat white and cooks dry;
earlier than the Early Rose; is more productive and keeps well. Try them
and give us your opinion. Respectfully,
uJ. 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.
>-Staple Dry Goodsa!
Novelty and Solid Color Drev 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
-J- 0. BOAG'S.
Shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
be found at J. 0. BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewving Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
Road Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
Mandarins Tangerines, (o
Kid Glove Oranges.) HOIDAY eQODS!
Fine Ripe Grape Fruit. I WE ARE NOW
Opening up our line of Holiday Goods
and ask every body to call and see them.
Choice Sweet Oranges. ALL KINDS OF NOVELTIES.
Books for the old and young. Pres
ents for everybody, and some things
very nice for the young pole.Th
Choice Eating Apples. -prices will surprise you. Do't fail to
see them. They are CHEAP! CHEAP!
__ __ CHEAP!
r Choice Messina Lemons.- We have a large line of Toilet Goods
'suitable for presents-Colognes, Ex
- --- Itracts, Soaps, Brushes, Sponges,
Chamois Skins, &c.
Choice Evaporated LAMPS, All kinds-Hanging, Stand,
and each:s.LAMPS, Glass, Decorated and Plain
SApples -nPecs.LAMPS, Lamps. These will go very
L AMPS. cheap.
Fine Bananas. All kinds of Glassware, Jelly Dishes,
' Bowls, Tumblers, &c. All must go at
I _ _ _ Irices to suit hard times.
~ We are still closine- out our line ot
School Books at cost. Give us a call.
California Raisins and Prunes.
_______Winnsboro Drug Store.
If You Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Fine Eating Irish Potatoes. READ.
,Cabbages, Turnips, Etc., Etc Sas
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LCP F S a ~ god dvntge ad ivngthevhil
take espei hynddsped appeharaen's.us.a5tsDare
DRs. fOimEt. C. JETc~iinuE rPle
offersatr ais pres inac oeravi o to ve sndwt chibcko
pit the kieo eto of Fairfield. a sn vnon t it anl
resltig i dath nnecesay hy ndue rse fraes ofBle Ride ountie
boxeshothoreughlycase.d tugonlerpat forn
benfis eceve. 1 bo. :?~$5.Set y an u ets are made a by arrangingo
Guaratees ssue by or ngthes.more with a copetialcrps of hav
thegttLI~ST~i~~U~~R thusW proudly thieanish the shorl to
BLOD PRIFER.Smal, ildandplasat candsoe peats ancet u. etar
tak, spelaly datedfo chldn' ue. 4 thoey reM all alik, d backs adp
GUAB~TEEIESUd~n1bY ae itecangacee. The agencytage
WINSBO() nUGSTOE. burge anodc -int ai enshniy, ad will
Winusboo, s top be ased ou a oon the eit.sn
____are ofd ohBe PREige CAOLnA
Physican an Surge:. sistnts. A
peoleof roesion ervce t Wh e prvychlleng the C. ldt
~ PostoMr.cW.aM.rPs4 -ecknofiWoodwa.dC
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