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Tuesday, Apiil 2. : .; 1
We Have Received-CAidwell &
Books of Subscripion-E. C. Heins
The Savings and Investment Co.
T. K. Elliott, Treasurer.
-Rev. Jabez Ferrib conducted the
union sei vice at the Baptist Church
-Farme'rs are busy preparing their
land for planting. There' will be
many furrows run between now and
the end of the week.
-There will be some school funds
for distribution at the ofice of the
County Treasarer when you come.
Don't all come at oace, now.
-Read Caldwell & Ruff's ad. They
are ready to supply the wants of the
ladies-white goods, shirt waists and
the thousand and one things a woman
-Mr. Charles J. Foster, a distin
guished mechanical engineer, who in
stalled the machinery at the Word's
Fair, has been engaged to do the same
work for the Cotton States and Inter
national Exposition. He begins work
-While Neeley Johnston, a young
son of Mr. S. R Johnston, was riding
in front of J. M. Beaty & Bro's en
Saturday, the horse fell, and the rider
was thrown off, but fortunately no
harm was done. The placky little
rider mounted at once. and went on
-In adding Sousa's Band to the list
r of the great musical attractions, to be
given during the term of the Cotton
States and International Exposition,
the management has secured, for the
charm of the visitors, what is probably
the finest musical organization of its
kind on earth. Beginning with the
18th of November, Sonsa's Band will
furnish the music for the vast audito
rium of the Exposition, until the close
of the great Exposition, on the 31st
day of December. During this ime,
millions of people will listen to this
famous organization, and it will mate
rially play its part among the pleasure
giving features of the Exposition
Brain workers will find Johnson's
Aromatic Compound Cod Liver Oil,
with Iron, Quinine and Stricbnia, a
nerve and brain tonic of unusual
merit; medical science produces no
better. Winnsboro Drug Store. *
NOT so MC.-The farmers are
hauling out some guano, but not near
-- the quantity commonly used.
TOWN ELECrION.-The following
- Uc~e,. o-ea' officers was elected on
Monday: Intendant-J. W. Ilanahan;
wardens-A. WV. Brown, F. E. Propst,
J. E. Coan, D. V. Walker. As there
was no opposition the vote was very
HELLO, RIDGEwAT !-A charter has
been granted for the telephone line
bet ween Winnsboro and idge way,
and it will not be long before we can
talk to our Ridgeway friends. Extend
t he line. Let's say, Hello, W hite Oak !
anld Hell., Woodwardi ld so on.
ACCIDENTAL FxRE.-The Ciowney
i~ou-e, near Blackstock, in~ whib the
L.ie Cap:. Robert Clowney lived, was
conlsumned by fire on Sunday ight.
'iThe cause-is ilhought to have been an
accidlent. A l.t of corn and guano
was lost in, an outhoute near by.
-There was. no insurance, so we hear.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
A BAD FAtt.-Mr. 'Amos E. Davis
struck his foet against a chicken coop
near his back door several nights ago
and sustained very painfual injuries
from the fall. His body strack the top
of the coop just about the lower part
of the lungs and he suffered consider
ably for several days. Ho 's, however,
better at present.
FELL AND BRoKE r3 THIGH.-A
seven-year-old child of Robert Thomas,
tooimd, who lives at the Zealy place,
near Monticelle, feil out the back door
of tu:e house while playing and broke
its thigh bone near the hip joint. The
wound is a compound fracture and was
at a very inconvenient place to man
age. Dr. Arnceu attended :he child
almost immediately after it was hurt.
Ss WILL IlAva FacT.-The late
spring causcd by the cold weather w~tl
result favorably to the frnit crop most
likely. The vegetation has been so
backward that it has not been burt so
far by cold weather. It is nsot likely
now at this late day that we will have
cold severe enough to injure the fruit.
ThiA will be a great blessing to the
coun~ty, an:1 especially 1he house
TIKE WATER SU.P'LY.- The fldlow
i.g is the report of the policeman on
the water upply mneasuremnents tal.-cn
ft. i .
ar -bou-o cie rn..........15 4
D.et ciste-rn................14 91
Elliots ciistern..............9 44
Nie' cistern.............. 15 104
Miller's cisternl................ 75
L-bliiipd cisternt............... 9 il
Canon,:ing~ eisterni...........16 2
J.>hn Y. McIhae, Draggist. Raleigh,
N. (O, v~ rites: "some of the cures
mn .. he h,- Ja;anes Pi~e Unire is
A GOOD INDICATION. -One good in
dication noticed in different portions
tions of our county by THE NEWS AND
HERALD reporter was the number of
home raised colts. Mr. Arthur Hayes
claims to have as fine a colt as the
county affords, and we can say truth
fully that it anybody beats it he will
get the blue ribbon. Tbere is no
doubting that our people are raising
more stock at home by far than was
Johnson's Magnetic Oil, hcrse brand,
is a wonderful liniment for rheuma
tism, neuralgia, sprains and bruises
for man or beast. $1.00 size 50 cts.;
50 ct. size 25 ctz. vinusboro Drug
A PHOTOGRAPH OBTAIED. - Mr.
W. E. Crosby, of Crosbyville, who is
a photographer by profession, has been
in the Buckhead and Monticello sec
tion. Tns NEWS AND HERALD re
por;er informed him that a photo of
Mrs. Ladd was wanted for the pur
pose of sending to the Atlanta Exposi
tiy. So he made it a poin! to go there
and has taken the negative, so we are
informed. No doubt there are u;:.ny
people in old Fairfield who would like
to have Mrs. Ladd's photograph. It
so they may do so by writing Mr.
Mrs. Kuykenda:l, of Yorkville, is
visiting relatives in town.
Mr. James Jones, of Blackstock.
was in town Monday.
Mr. Thomas Stevenson, of Chester
County, is in town visiting relatives.
He has been teaching at Green Pond.
Mr. H. Means Beaty, of Columbia,
spent Saturday and Sunday in town.
Wylie Mayfield, who has been charg
ed with murdering his wife, came to
town on Saturday, and went to the
Sherif and told him that if he had a
warrant for him he was perfectly
willing to surrender himself. The
Sheriff said that he did not have one,
but he thought Mr. Bueschel had is
sued one. Wylie then put himself in
the custody of the Sheriff. The Sheriff
swore out a warrant Saturday evening
o that he might have something to
hold him on. Mr. W. D. Douglass
bas been retained to defend Mayfield.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Our reporter met sixteen April fools
mn the road near towun on Monday
merning. They had quit school 'o
rool Mr. Wit herow and were going,
they did not seem to know or care
where. Our first inmpre~sion was that
the chain gang were being increaed,
but when they gave a a whoop and
frightened our hor'se, we thought of
the Bible expression, "Let a man meet
bear which has lost its cubs rather
than a fool in his folly." Boys, you
re fooling yovt selves, not Mr. With
Lookout for Wild Animals.
There is a rumoc that an elephant is
suppose~l to be roaming abort the
swamps on thbe western side of Little
River. Some of the people have been
very mu~ch exercised about it. Strange
signs have been found and inquiiies
ive ben made. N-> one has seen it,
but Mr. W. J. Martin expressed a con
fiient betief that it has left the swamp
and hai passed near the dwelling of
Dr. R. C. Arnett an;d also on the pian
tationm (o: Mr. J. G. Martin. Farmers
are very busy, but it is time to qoit
work ard go gutnning when wild enmi
mals break loooe from a showman and
roam about where people live.
DEATE OF NERS. SARAH McCANTS.
Mrs. Sarah MoCants died at her
home near Rockton on Sunday morn
ing at 5 o'clock, after a lingering ill
ess for many months.
The deceased was the second wife
of the late fDr. George McCanis and a
sister of Mr. Thos. G. Robertson, and
had just passed her 74th birthday.
She was a womau of sparked strength
of character, fine judgment and a
apaci'y for business affairs rarely
found in a woman. She was a devoted
member of the Baptist Church at this
p'ace in which ths was a pillar for
The funeral sarvices were held at
12 o'clock on Monday at the Baptist
Church and her body laid to re-t in
the Presbyterian churchyard.
The ollowing were the pall-beares:
. H. Ketchin, J. N. Center, F. M.
Gadsden, J. W. Seigler, H. A. Gail
lard, Dr. B. J. Quatilebaum.
We authorize our advertised druggist to
sell Dr. King's New Iniscovery for Con.
umption, Coughs and Colds, upon this
ondition. If you are afflicted with a
Couh. Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest
trouble, and will use this remedy as di
ected, giving it a fair trial, and experi
nce no benefit, yOU may return the bottle
and have your money refunded. We
ould not make this offer did we not know
that Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relied on. it never disappoints. Trial
ottles free at Mc~aster & Co.'s Drug
Store. Large size 50c. and $1.00. *
THE SEsT SALVE in the world fo: (.uts,
C rns. i .1 i kin Eruptions, an" p';m
tt.'K **ure' Piies, ' 'to pay requirr~o l'
wen Baby was sick, wo gave bor Cibloda.
When she wa Child, sho cried for Castoria.
When she becazne )Uhs, she clang to Catoria,
when she had Chfldzn,she gavethem Chasaria.
We 'Need Another Chain GISng.
People who never travel over the
public roads in Fairfield County have
no conception of the inconvenience
and trouble caused by bad roads. We
are not going to raise a fuss with the
former County Commissioners or the
present Supervisor, because we know
that you cannot have good roads in
rainy weather unless some person can
fld dirt that rain will Dot soften.
The problem is one that has* puzzled
greater minds than ours, and the roads
in our county are very much like the
Arkansas traveler's house. You can't
fix them in rainy weather and in good
weather they do not need it. There is
no better road in the world than red
clay when it is dry. It is smoothe and
elastic in dry weather and it is as
mean in bad weather as possible. To
make a macadamizei road would cost
too much, and besides it is not long
after dry weather sets in that the roads
are good. Three days even make a
wonderful change. But a person tak
ing a certain road to a place would
have wished a few days ago that he
had gone "the other way ;" however,
only to wish he was back in the first
one. The roads are being worke'd.
Mr. T. W. Raff has the reporter's
thanks for fixing the slough of de
spoid near his home, and the manager
of the chain gang, Mr. Jno. Bank
head, has our thanks for fixing the
rod le iding to Monticello and the
Johnson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand.
is a powerful liniment, especially pre
pared for external use for persons and
all diseases of horses and cattle. $1.09
size 50 ets.; 50 ct. size 2.5 ets. Winns
boro Drug Store.
WHITE OAK SPLITS.
WHITE OAK, March 30.-Farm work
has been pushed with a vim-for the
last two weeks. There is scarcely any
thing planted yet.
Mr. F. Hines, of Alabama, is visit
ng at Mr. A. J. Hamilton's.
Mr. T. G. Patrick has lost several
mules and cows from grippe.
Dr. T. C. Patrick hai returned from
Baltimore, Md. He has opened.his
>ffice at White Oak and is ready to
serve the public in dentistry work.
We wish him much success in his new
Mr. T. G. Patrick is able to be out
Prof. Pressley is practicing bicycle
riding. He will give some one a chal.
enge before long.
We are glad to hear of the South
ound extension. Our town will r-ive
big inducements to get the ~road
throgh by White Oak.
There are no marriages to report at
That oily and rough skin cured, and
the face and hands beautified by John
son's Oriental Soap; medicated and
highly perfumed. Winnsboro Drug
-~ Save time, money and'
doctors' bills. Go where you please,
when you please, as fast as you
please. Find pleasure, health and
economy all in one.
Rambler Bicycles are the acme of
mechanical- perfection. Strong, du
ifable and reliable, with not an oune
of useless material. The Rambler
is the wheel for record breakers and
for pleasure seekers.
Various models, ali the same price
-Sroo-catalog tells all about them
-free, of couirse.
60GRMUL.Y & JEFFERY IFS. CO.,
WAsmHGTOoN. 0. e.
The Savings and Invest
THE annual meeting of this Comn
i cauy will be held in the Direc
tors' room of the Winnsboro National
Bank Tars (Tuesday) A rrERNOON at
five o'clock. Full attendance desired.
T. K. ELLIOTT,
Books of Subscription.
BY virtue of authority granted us
by a commnission dlated 29th
M~arch.~1895, the undersigned will open
the books of subscription to the capital
stock of The Winnsboro and Ridge
a Telephone Company, at The Peo
ple's Bak, Winnsboro, 8. C., on the
4th day of April, 1895.
E. C. H E[NS,
J. Q. DAVIS,
M. W. DOTY.
4-2 1t W. D. DOUGLASS.
V. 0. MceKEOWN & SONS,
First Class Machine Tools
an repair Engines, Boilets, Cotton
ias, Thieshers, Injectors, Safety
Valves, etc ,
gBest Classes of Machin- ry for Sale
A Good Assortmeut of Machine Sup
pices kept in Stock for sale.
Wrie or call and see 'hem' at their
(Souhern B. R.) Cheste r Co., S. C.
Ths n.ill appear againa the first of
next month. 3-12-ly
Use Barnes' Ink
A. S. BRN I & Co.. 56 E. 10th St.,N.Y.
I wr every man and woman in the United
States interested in the Opium and Whisky
abit to have one of my books on these dis
eases. Address B. M. w'ooney, Atlanta, Ga.
Bo- 382,. an n wm lu beasnt vontree.
Standing on t
I have already opened
Dress Patterns, with a lot of I
Also a beautiful assortment of
My line of White Checket
attractive this season.
Heiser'S There is mi
Fine Ladies', Mis
F eorot all of which
Here you will always find
Boro. Gentlemen, don't fail
The assortment is undeniably
to the low water mark in price
and ends in Winter Suits, at p]
cloth. Great many novelties ir
INN0 YOR PE
Wait for my grand openir
bought already I will make you
that the tariff is a thing of thi
An inspection of my siock
J. L. MEM
Q. D. WILLInO0
DR. W. H. WAKEFIELD,
of Charlotte, N. C.,
Will be in Winnsboro, at the Winns
boro Hotel. on Thursday, April 18,
one day. Practice limited to Eye,
Ear, NoEe and Throat. 3-301awtd
LETTEES OF ADMINISTRATIOIN.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
By S. R. JOHNSTON, Eq.,Probate Judge:
7HEREAs, .HENRY L. PARR bath
'Tmade sut to me to grant him let
ters of administration de bonus o. of the
estate and effects of Henry W. Parr, de
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Henry W. Parr,
deceased, that they be and appear bo
fwo me, in t.he Court of Prob-ate, to.
be held at Fairfield Court House, s. C.,
ctionh hereof, at 1 o'clc i the
forenoon, to show case if ay tey have,
Gvn under my hand, this 27th day of
March, Anno -Domin 1895 -~~N
3-28x2 Judge of Probate..
buy a wheel because it
is 'cheap and then ex
the best. Cheap wheels
a r e seldom lasting.
There is but one best
and that is . -
light, strong, fast, beau
tiful and everlasting
wheel called the
You want the best. We
sell the best. Buy a Stearns
and be satisfied, as you surely
will be if you do.
W. D. GASH Co.,
1o Equitable Building.
Farmers Who Want to
"Live More at Home."
Have a good garden by planting
some of our
Beans, Beets, Cabbage,
Peas, Adams' Early Corn,
Country Gentlems~n Sugar Cane, etc.
Bliss' Triumph Irish Potatoes,
and Early Rose.
For Field Crop.
Cat tail Millet, Kaffir Corn,
Amber Sugar Cane,
Gclden and White Dent Corn.
Goldcn Dent and White Corn hard
ens 'n 90 days after planting.
Coal Tar for rubbing over corn.
For further information apply to
MMASTER & CO.
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
VALID DIVORCi S.
otained in three neonths. For particu.
lar, write L UTN
ld of Spring.
up some very handsome new
trge Pearl Buttons to match.
Silk Waisit Goods.
I Muslins are very cheap and
>bby line in this department.
ich to admire in my stock of
ses' and Children's Slippers;
re the very best makes.
the 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
i Hats for spring wear.
ig in Glothing. If you have
sick. You must remember
incurs no obligation to pur
n - Igor.
Apples and Cabbage,
Apples and Cabbage,
Fine line Cigars
Glenn Springs Water,
Glenrn Springs Water.
Shad Wednesday and Satur
AND SALE SABLE3.
I STILL H AVE ON HANID
6OR 8Yoiuns Mue
A FE 5, GOOD MARES.
A FEW BUGGIES.
A FEW SECOND-HAND W AGONS.
A FEW MILCH COWS,
I will sell cheap for cash or exchange
them f'.i dry cattle.
Winnsboro, S. C.
B. J. QUA TTLEDA UlN. D)D S.
Please Call at the Corner Storei
We have some Winter Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes, &c., which we wish
to exchange for a few
COME - AND - SEE - THE - GOODS.
That will give you a good stand in your garden and make fine vegetablees will
arrive in a few days.
ONION SETS NOW IN STORE.
SEED IRISH POTATOES NOW IN STORE.
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 verdict 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,
J. M. BEATY&--BRO.
All parties indebted to us must make arrange
nient for immediate settlement. We must have the
money, or paper satifactorily secured. Having de
cided te go into a new business it is absolutely neces
sary that our business here be closed up at once.
All parties owing us will be given a reasonable time
to settle; after that all unpaid notes or accounts due
us will be placed in suit.
T. II. KETCIIIN & CO.
One Ton Cotton Seed Meal
For 375 Lbs, Middling Cotton, Payable in the Fall.
This is the offer we are now making, and we desire to call the attention of
farmers to the cheapness ot cotton Seed Meal at present as compared with
commercial fertilizers. Taking the Clemson College valuation of ammonia
at 13c. and 15c. per lb., respectively, in cotton seed -meal and in mixed
fertilizers, phosphoric scid at 5c. and potash at 5c. per lb., we have the fol..
Cotton Seed 3feaZ-Analysis, 83 per cent ammonia, 25 per cent phos.
acid, 1& pet cent petash. Commuerpcial value at Charleston with
freight to Winnsboro..............-----------------..----29.20
Commercial Fertilizers--Analysis, 3 per cent ammonia, 8 per cent phoe.
acid, 11 per cent potash. Value at Winnsboro... ......-...----21A40
The above shows a difference of $7.80 per tou in favor of cotton seed
meal over high grade fertilizerE, and yet we are selling cotton seed meal for
less than .you can buy standard fertihizELDOLr ETLZE.O
Headquarters fo Millinery.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED LADIE8', MISSES' ANID CHILDREN'S
Hats in all the latest shapes. A large stock of Ribbons, Fancy Feathers, Bir~ds
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 Goods.se
Novelty and Solid Color Dress Goods of various
styles and material,; with Trimmings for same.
I = Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
0 Come and see for bargains at
o J. 0.BAG.
Shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
be found at .J. 0. BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
Road Carts, and One and Two-horse Wagons.
J'. O. Boag.
-~ SPANISH JACK,
W..Doucus "PRID OF FARFEL,
0- a an2 cE Sired by Imported Washington Par
-. 4s3AFgNrCl&ANEROI rot (which cost owner $2,000), 14i
$3.soUCE,350LEs. hands higb,jet black with white points,
- ~~osZWORKI6M stylieb, smooth, and proportionately
$ X.9. PI.E maide, will serve a limited number of
- 2.LB0S'WNLIOImares at my place-"Fatirfield Stock
/-L Ts- rs :S10 00 to insure (with foal
- O CTAn1.. 7.00scason without insarance
maccirommss. . . pyable in advance.
OveriOne Milon People wear the 0.00' simg.e service, pay
W. L. Douglas $& $4 Shoes' W*. D.DAIS
Alourshoes are equalySUf8 ry7 3-16 Monticello, S. C.
Thyaiethecst valu for th ony
"euicUt hos Intyle a e.
P yurd]2rali,* PlyOUwecaIn.So'ktby NOTICE.
w. i.jon~ox, URVEYIG DONE AN3 SOII1T
W. J. JOHAON, edPb