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Saturdal, March 16,
Fresh Goods-F. M. llabenicht.
Exchange Stable-A. Williford.
Valid Divorces-L. Fulton, Denton,
To Raisers of Prize Hogs, etc.-Mc
Master & Co.
"Pride of Fairfield"-W." D. Davis,
Menticello, S. C.
-Mrs. F. M. Habenicht calls atten
tion to h er choice apples, lemons,
-The union service will be held at
the Presbyterian Church Sunday night
at 7.30 o'clock.
-Cheap males, horses and milch
cows at A. Williford's. Read his ad
-People who were looking for the
cold wave on Thursday night were
very much disappointed. They got
-Mr. William Hinson, who lives on
the Barber place, died on Thursday
morning. He had been sick with
pneumonia about a week.
-Prize, hog raisers, shippers of
dairy batter, sheep raisersand farmers
in general will do well to read Me
Master & Co.'s new ad. this morning
-The weather bureau missed it in
its prediction of a cold wave Thurs
day night. Thursday night was pretty
warm, and Friday morning was so
warm that fires felt uncomfortable.
-We understand that a lecture will
be delivered here soon in tavor of
woman suffrage. Now is a goood time
to agitate this question. Whatever is
wanted in the State Constituion should
be brought before the public noN.
Loss- ot strength and les, wasting
%way from any cause promptly arrested,
by using that greatest of 'all fat pro
ducers, Johnson's Tasteless Conpound
Cod Liver Oil. Winnsboro Drug
RELIGIoUs SEnvzcEs.-Services will
be held in the following churches on
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
11 a. m. by the pastor. Youag
wnen's prayer meeting at 4.15 p. m.
Sunday School at 5. p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 5.
Presbyterian-11 a. m. by the pastor.
Sunday School at '5 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. m.
Methodist-11 a. m. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. mn..
St. John's Church-Morning service
at 11 o'clock. Evening servie at .5
o'clock. Sunday School at 4 o'cloc~k
Baptist-11 a. mn. by the pastor.
Thursday afternoon meetings at 4
p. mn. Sunday School at 10 a. mn.
Mfrs. Geneva Hamnbright has re
turned to her home in Birmingham,
Mrs. D. J. Macaulay, who has- been
visiting her mother, Mrs. E. B. Mc
Master, returned to her bomne in .Ches
ter on Friday.
Miss Annie Aiken left for Augusta
last Thursday. She will continue her
study of music in the conservatory of
music at that place.
Johnson's Oriental Soap imparts a
delicate oder and- leaves the Akin soft
and velvety. Try it and you will
never use any other. Winnsboro Drug
ON LONG TIME.
We will sell mules and horses on
two years' time, and will please you
in stock and price.
3-16-2w WV. RI. Dor & Co.
His Body Found.
Mr.Ed.Gleston while fishing, found
the body of young Gresham who was
drowned at Fish Dam ferry on the
4th day of February along with his
mother. Her body -was found just
one month ago near Shelton by an old
negro named Toney Boulware.
Trial Justice H. A. Stevenson held
the inquest over the body which was
brought up from Lyle's Ford to Shel
ton, and was shipped to Pendleton,
S. C., by instruction from his father.
The verdict was that young Gresham
came to his death while crossing Broad
River at Fish Dam ferry in an unsafe
The grand jury of Chester, so we
are informed, will investigate the
mnatter as the fist was known to be
Acquitted of the Charge of Stealing a
Horse---Indicted for Perjury.
Chas. O'Neil was yesterday ac
quitted before 'Squire Maxwell of the
charge- of horse-stealing, brought by
Prank Lee. The case was dismissed,
Lee being charged up with the cost,
During the trial O'Neil swore he
had not been here before, and it being
proven that he had been, Solicitor
Brown had hin indicted for perjury,
and he went back to jail.
His wife, who has won the admnira
tion and sympathy of all who have
seen her ii her ti ouble, was heart
broken. She has no friends here, and
no one to appeal to. Whenever seen
on the street with her husband, she
had his hand. They have been in
charge of (.onstab:e Mcie'ord. Several
thought they we re handcuffed to
gether, but it was a mistake- Mr.
.cCord never thought of using tne
cuffs even on O'Neil, much less a re
fined little woman like Mrs. O'Neil.
Lee paid cost of horse trial yester
day afternoou.-Charlotte Obsener.
We understaud that a telegram has
been received from Charlotte saying
that O'iNeil has been released on the
arge of perjury.
A MUNIC1?AL TIC=E.
We nominate the following ticket:
J. W. JIANA [IAN.
A. W. BROWN.
F. E. PROPST.
D. V. WALKER.
For colic, scour, sprains, bruises,
spavin, swellings and all diseases of
horses and cattle Johnsou's Magnetic
Dil, horse brand, gives excellent satis
faction. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size
25 cts. Winnsboro Drug Store. *
He 'ald for His Fun, for the Joke
Several nights ago, a peddler by the
name of Vesanski stopped with Mr.
T. B. Crosby. Mr. Crosby has a mis
chievous disposition and at once com
menced to strike terror in the mind of
the peddler by relating weird stories
of what had been seen and heard in
his house at night. Consequently the
peddler went to his room in fear and
trembling, and about midnight a white
object appeared in his room which
made his bones quake. However he
picked up a chair and made an effort
to strike. The white object left but
soon returned. This time the peddler
harmlessly threw a shoe. The ghost
finally quitted the room, but the ped
dler could not sleep. Mr. Crosby
went to the room (without his guise
this time) and asked what was the
matter? The peddler said a woman
had been there dressed in white. Mr.
Crosby tried to talk Mdm out of this
notion, but without avail. It was
soon patent to Mr. Crosby that the
man was in a fearful nervous con
dition, and the joke began to look
"the other way." It was concluded
at once that a doctor was needed. Mr.
Crosby was not slow in sending for
Dr. McLurkin who said, so our re
porter learned, that the man was in a
erious fix. He lay at Mr. Crosby's
for several days, being visited by the
doctor at Mr. Crosby's expense, we
hear, and finalky concluded that he
ould rather sell goods in Baltimore
and left for that place at once
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Mr. Editor: You will, perhaps, be
somewhat surprised at receiving a
letter from me. But if you will allow
ue a small spac~e in your paper, I will
tell your readers something of .our
The Eumanean -Society,-of which I
m a member, met January 28 and elect
d our marshalls for the ensuing com
nncement-Chief, L. C. Speers, New
berry, S. C.; as assistants, J. L. Ram
speck, Atlanta, Ga., W. D. Simpson,
onroe, N. C., B. S. Steele, Lafayette,
Ga., and J. L. Wilson, Davidson, N. C.
At the same meeting, we elected as
Alumni orator of the Eumanean So
iety Rey. W. B. Jennings, of Macon,
On the 21st and 22nd of February the
oorable Junios. displayed their
oratorical ability, which was indeed
worthy of much praise. Of the con
testants, the following were chosen by
the faculty to represent their societies
at the next ensuing commencement:
Eumanean Society-C. A. Clifford,
Union, S. C., D. H. Pope, Hunters
lle, N. C., L. C. Speers, Newberry,
Philanthropic Society-W. H. Mc
Gilvery, Chiengmai, Siam; T. D.
Johnston, Elizabeth City, N. C.; and
M. Williams, Taylor's Bridge, N. C.
I hope in the near future to send
some other news items from my new
Wishing THE~ NEWS AND HARALD
abundant success, I rc-sain your friend
and well-wisher. W: W. EHa.ilton.
Davidson College, March 13.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phcebe Thomas, of Junction iity,
Ill., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumptiou and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery completely cured her, and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers,
139 Florida St , San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold. approacning Con
uption,-tried without result everything
else tfien bought one bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thankful. It.-is
such resuits, of which these rre samiples,
that prove the wonderful efficacy of this
medicine in Coughs and Cotds. Free trial
bottles at McMaster's & Co.'s Drug Store.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00. *
This remedy is becoming so well n~own
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise.-A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaran
teed to- do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils.
Salt Rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood.-Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial fevers.-For cure of Headache,
Constipation and Induoastien try Electric
Bitters-Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
oney refunnded.-P'rice 50 cts. and $1 per
bottle at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store.*
Japanse Liver Pellets are the best
family medicine for liter complaint
and constpation. 50 pills in sist 25
cts. Winneboro Drug Store. *
O,5i~lan On a Geui
BREKF laysT-Sabe .UER.i
E i P Po CS'ha~ WSk a
GRATEFUL-eC MGORdTIG. '
C O CO wikbu ib Ak
rmT1.NongWTER O aMI~tLu.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease. Ca
tarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, and in order to cre it you must
take internal remedies. Ihall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and acts di
rectly on the blood and mucous sur
faces. HIll's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack mcdicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun
try for years, and is a regular prescrip
tior.. It is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mucous
surfaces. The perfect combination of
!he two ingredients is what produces
such wonderful results in curing Ca
tarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CUENEr & Co., Toledo, 0.
rSeld by Druggists, price 75c. *
Eacklen's Arnica salve.
THE BEST SALVE in the world f or Cut*,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Feve r
Sores, Tetter,Chepped Hands, Chillolains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos',
tively cures Piles, o:- no pay required It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 23 - ints per
box. Iror sale by Ml- Wer & Co'
Children Cry for Pitcher's CastofL
A CURIOUS CALCMATION.
Around the World 206 Times.
An eminent ph ician has made a curious
mathematical calculation in iving the
workings of the human heart m mileage.
He shows that in a lifetime of 84 years
the b'ood as it passes through the heart is
thrown a distance of 5,150,880 miles, which.
in a continuous stream, would reach aro
the world 206 times!
Keeping in view this constant strain on
the heart, and taking into consideration the
abuse it receives from over-exertion, alco.
holie and other stimulants, is it any wonder
thati it finally becomes affected, refuses to
perform its work, and causes death? The
lact an be readily understood that one in
four hasa weak heart, also the imprtance of
treating that organ as soon as its ected con
dition is in the slightest degree manifested.
Beader, if you have any reason whatever
for believig your heart to be affected, you
should aend to it at once. Do not hesi
tate. Malnpersons who die suddenly of this
disorder have never suspected its presence.
Josph Boody. Plerpont, N. Y., writes: " Three
ye= ago I began to have difclty in brea
pa~taion of the heart set In, and =7 lmbs ani
aswere badly swollen. Physicians said I
could not lve aweek. I began using Dr.'=nes
eweart Cure; thefirst botle greatly relieved
me and, although 76 years of age, the Several
botes took altogether so immensely benefited
me that I am a new man. I cheerfully recom
While suffering from a severe attack of hea
disease *sd expeeting to die, phyaicis having
afrde& mt no relief. I wau induced t, buyusome
of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Every dose lifted
me right up, and it seems as thou it would
almot raise the dead. I would wigly fill the
New Heart CurM bottles with gold for thema=
cnremedy they contain if I could not giet
onotRer terms."-S. A. Hui~l Franklin. N. Y
"For 20 years I was seriously troubled with
heart disease and nervous prostration, the latter
affecting the sciatic nerve of my left side. Dur
ing that time I wastreatedby many rominent
and sent hundreas of do away
for medicines all of which failed. Recently I
bgnungbr. M1iles' New Heart Cure, and am
now entiey free from m rodcomiplaints.
George j- Barry. Park City,ltab.
Dr. Mes' New Heart care is sold on a ps
ted gurate b all dgits r by DrMle
1 rbottle, six bottles 8Ito
paiey contains nthr nordagru
4rg. Free book at druggists, or by mail.
sold by WIWNSB0 '.O DRUG STORE.
VALID DIVORC S.
Otained in three months. For p urticu
are, riteL. FULTON,
3-16-;m Denton, Texas
I shall sell at public outcry On Mon
ay, 17th inst., a numlier of mules and
JAMES Q. DATV IS,
Sired by Imported Washington Par
rot (which cost owner $2,000), 14i
ands high, jet black with white points,
stylish, smooth, and proportionately
made, will serve a limited number of
mares at. my place-"Fairfield Stock
ERMs t$10 00 to insure (with foal
7.00season without insurance
payable in advance.
5.00 single service, pay
able ins advance.
W. D. DAVIS,
8-16 Monticello, 8. C.
Raisers of Prize Hogs, Ship
pers of Dairy Butter, Sheep
Raisers, and Farmers in
Plant the "Golden Tankard Deet,"
the best beet for stock. Very prolific
arni the most nutritious beet planted.
Kaffir Corn for an abundance of
green feed; Early Amber and Early
Orange Sugar Cane.
Golden Dent, Adams' Early Corn
and Evergreen Sugar Corn.
Another supply of Bliss' Triumph
and Second Crop Early Potatoes.
Red Speckled Valentine, Golden
Wax, Black Wax, Six Weeks, South
rnt Fat Horse or Crease-back, and a
variety of other Beans, Cabbage Seed,
Still a supply of Onion Sets on hand.
Extra Early Philadelphia, Stratagem,
McLean's Little Gem and other Peas.
TomaIntoes, in Optimus, Dwarf Chamn
pio, Trophy, etc., etc.
f any coloring is needed we have
h bert butter celor.
A fresh supply of
Choice Teas, Condenised Miik, S win
borne's andi ork -r Gelatir'e<, Corn
Starh, E.;senices, etc.
A large su1pply ot A um~f f.,r t.iming
A 3.> a lot of c'u'ice Me-in L':inone
R-mwdser n, wheni your need anyv
thizi' in our! lin .
McMASTE R & CO.
At IID I SPH A TE, DISSOLVED
Bone, A nm'oniaed Goods and Kainit,
for sae by
J1. M. STEWART.
Odrs also taken for Cotton Seed
uMeal anus. 2-28tx2w
Standing on t
I have already opened i
Dress Patterns, with a lot of ]a
Also a beautiful assortment of
My line of White Checked
attractive this season.
Cha~ies We have a no
Heiser'S There is mu
Fine Ladies', Miss
Foot all of which a
Here you will always find i
Bo:o. Gentlemen, don't fail
The assortment is undeniably
to the low water mark in price.
ard ends in Winter Suits, at pr
cloth. Great many novelties in
IIPRO E YOUR PEI
Wait for my grand openin;
bought already I will make you
that the tariff is a thing of the
An inspection of my siock i
J L. M M
Q._ I) WILLIFOR
AND SALE SABLES.
I STILL HAVE ON HAND
6 OR forsale.*
A FEW GOOD MARES.
A FEW BUGGIES.
FE W SECOND-HRAND W AGONS.
A FEW MILCH COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchange
them for dry cattle.3
Winnsboro, S. C.
Choice Eating Apples"
Choice Messina Lemons.
Red an~d Yellow Onions.
Fine Eating Irish Potatoes.
Fine Assortment Mackerel.
Breakfast Strips and Hams.
Fresh Fish and Oysters.
Nice lot Early Rose
F. M. Habnicbht.
N election for Intendant and four
AWardens for the town of WinnQ
boro for the enening y ear will be held
at the Town llall in Winnsboro on
ONDAY, the FIRST DAY OF
APRIL, 1895, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Books for the registration of voters
will be open at the same place on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
precding from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
e %llowing gentlemen compose
the bo. .rd of registrationr J. H.
Popst, S. K. McDonald, WV. R1. Elliott.
By o ler of Council:lNAT
>ld of Spring.
ip some very handsome new
rge Pearl Buttons to match.
Silk Waisit Goods.
' Muslins are very cheap and
bby line in this department.
ch to admire in my stock of
es' and Children's Slippers;
re the very best makes.
:he most complete line in the
to look at my line of Pants.
fascinating. They are down
I have a great many odds
ices less than the cost of the
Hats for spring wear.
g in Glothing. If you have
sick. You must remember
ncurs no obligation to pur.
D- Mat ger.
[If You Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Our seat frames are made of white
Ash, thoroughly glued together at cora
rs and a syrmetrical skirt cut on
Panels are made oval by arranging
he machine with a special rig we have
rototen up, so that when the seat is
inished it presents a.convex surface,
has causing the varnish to show to
rood advantage, and giving the vehicle
handsome appearance. ECeats are
horougbly ironed to a pattern so that
hey are all alike, and backs and tops
Lre interchangeable. The advantage
f this is that if you have one of our
>ggies and waint a cushion, back or
op we can send you one to fit. P'anelp
tre made of Blue Ridge Mountain
Our seats are .made by Mr. Cicero
koore with a competent corps of as
We proudly challenge the world to
:oapare seats with us.
Mr. W. M. Palirick, of Woodward,
ias recently accepted the agency fox
>r product in his evicinity, and will
>e pleased to explain to you the merits
>f the "PREMIUMN CAROLINA
ZAOL1N -BUGG -CO.,
Yorkville, S. C.
BUST'S Garden Seed and Onion
'CHOOL BOOKS and Stationery of
D OLGATE'S Fine Soap, Cologne3,
Extracts, Brushes, Sponges,
Jhamois Skins, etc.
A LARGE assortment of Lamps,
thanging and stand.
ELLY DISHES, Bowls, Tumblers,
AUNDRY SOAP, Soda, Cream
Tartar and Baking Powders.
P AINTS, Oils, Paint and White
LARGE line of Cigars and Che
Particular attention given to the comn
onding of prescriptions.
')FFICE HOURS OF DR. BUCHAN~AN.
8.30 to 9.30 A. M. and 3 to 4 P. M.
Winnsboro Dr'ug Store.
Has sstain d eu atn . 1 y r
u bege lhe tandr remed frthe*
buol an permne euo o Phun
phlt enored by Maiu.andds os-*
cluans Rliheradatienemedy Co,
3u6eLy teet abish upron D.C.
eart o. Tht ter fal t ure.
Piem a oseoll botler.
pietn . mb sent FreeyMal Adress,
Please Call at U
We have some Winter Dress Goods,
to exchange for a few
COME - AND - SEI
[hat will give you a good stand in your
irrive in a few days.
ONION SETS NOW IN ST
SEED IRISH POTATOES
We think we have the best Irish Po
nd have questioned many others who h
.ey are the best. Potato nearly round,
arlier than the Early Rose; is more pr
nd give us your opinion. Respectfully
f. M. BEYA1
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
Eastern Time at Savannah and Pts. North.
No hbound, Daily No36 No 10 No 20
Jan. 20, 1895. Tslim Daily Daily Daily
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Graniteville..... 2.44 p. 11.13 .
.Trenton...... 3.08 p . 11.45 p.
Johnst6ns..... 32 p. 12.02 .
tr Columbia. 4.56 p ....... 2.16 a.
v CoI"nbIa. ...... 5.00 p 3.20 a 3.20a 5.15p
"WinnsborO..... 7.00 p 4.23 a 4. a .23 p
Chester ........ 7.43 p 5.12 a 5.12 a 7.15 p
Rock Hill. 8.13 p 5.49 a 5.49 a 7.50 p
Lr Charlotte. 9.00 p 6.49 a 6.40 a 8.45 p
Danville.........12.50n. 11 .35 a 11 a .......
Richmond.. 6.4a 4.O p 4.50 p ....
Washington.... 7.42 a 8.30p 8.0 p .......
Baltimore..... 9.02 a 11.35 11 p.
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~vCharlotte........ 10 1.0 .5
" Rock Hill..:9.2.... 4 ~7*g
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Solid Sir and PleateBad SW Sareso.
GhPaNTeN. Aups PAATandA
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7SH hREa a -hr J.se q.ULity
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Wi. 4.J.9 FINESOA~
.-3 -Lge A DIS.
ie Corner Store;
Clotbing, Shoes, &c., which we wish
. - THE -GOODS.
garden and make fine vegetables, will
NOW IN STORE
:ato that grows. We have tried them
Lve also grown them. The verdict is,
skin red, meat white and cooks dry;
oductive and keeps well. Try them
'Y & BRO..
A.NEW SUPPLY. OF
Points of Merit
Cheapest and Most Popular
Buy for profit, keep up to
date and get the best. A new
is low as can be bought in
olumbia and Augusta. Save
our express charges.
R. Wa PHILLIPS
The Old Friend
And the best friend, that never
fails you, is Simmons Liver Bg
lator, (the Red Z)-that's w
you hear at the mention of this
excellent Liver medicine, and
people should not be persuaded
that anything else willglo.
It is the Kigof iver Medi
cines; is better than 'ills, and
takes the place of Qummie and
CalomeL It acts directly, on the
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels and
gives new life to the whole sys
tem. Thiis is the medicineyu
want. Sld by all> Drgi in
Liii, orin Powder tot tiaken
dry or made into a. tea.
W. O. McKEOWN&ogSONS,
First Class Machine Tools
an repair Engines, Boilers, Cotton
Gins, Threshers, Injectors, Safety
Valves, etc ,
*Best Classes of Machinery for Sale
a Good Assortment of Machine Sup
plies kept in Stock'for sale.
Vrite or call and :see thea' at their
Southern B. R.) Chester Co., S. C.
This will appear again the first of
text month. S-12-1y
Burial Cases and Caskets.
TUE UNDERSIGNED has a full
ine of the latest designs in
BURIAI, CASES AXUI CASKETS,
t .mnoerate prices. Orders filled
aromply, night and day. at the old
tand. Thankful for past patronage,
ask f.,r a share of it in future.3.
[earse furnished w hen ordered.,
1-6tf 'J. M. ELL LOTT, SR.
DR. E. C. JETER,
Physician and Surgeon.
Offers his professi:nal serices to lie
,edple of Fairfield.
Postoffice addresl, Jenkinsville. S. C.