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Thursday. Fbruary 14. : 18V5
Dr. W. H. Wakefield..
-Only seven da) s more in which to
make your returns.
-Barn out your chimney while the
snow is on the honses.
-Only fifteen days more in which to
pay taxes-only until March 1.
-Suppose the town council put a
force to cleaning the snow from the
-While there is snow on the ground
is a bad time for a showerbath. What
do you say, Mr. Teller?
-The Governor's Guarda, of Colum
bia, have declined to enlist in the State
militia under the new rules.
-We feel impelled to warn elderly
people to be careful lest they fall and
break some of their bones during the
-Snow is reported lo be ten inches
4: deep in Columbia; this beats Winns
boro. It has not been over six or
seven inches here.
-The oat crop is generally believed
to be killed by the cold weather.
Messrs. WV. R. Doty & Co. have or
dered seed to replant their entire crop.
-There will be an entertainment
for the pleasure of the young people
at Mr. O'Neals to-night, one mile west
of town. The young folks "never
Smind the weather."
-Dr. B. J. Quattlebaumi does not
propose to be caught napping, conse
quently he "fired up" the steamer to
see if all pipes and parts were in
order since the late freeze.
-Next week is Court Week. There
are about 17 prisoners in jail and many
inore out on bond. In the riot case at
Simpsons there are about twelve per
sons indicted and all are out on bond.
says he is in favor ofwoman's suffrage.
He did not utter such sentiments be
fore he was married that any one
knows of. They say marriage changes
a man. It seems Eo.
V -The stock is being taken at the
Hub, "The Lower Store" and at Des
portes old stand. An effort will be
made to dispose of the entire stock at
a single sale, that is each stock will be
offered separately to purchasers. The
goods will not be retailed.
--We have one applicant for the hog
-contest already. When our Weekly
gets out in the county we expect to
hear from a good naany. This one
will enter for the News and Courier
prize also. There is $120 in gold in it
if a Fairfield man succeeds. Let us
hear from you. It can't hurt you to
try, send in your names. The News
and Courier offers $100 and we offer
-Mr. J. P. Caldwell has received
from H. E. Harmon, publisher of the
Sothern Tobaccco Journal, of Winston,
N. C., a letter in which that gentleman
offers to come to Winnsboro and write
up the advantages of this neighbor
hood as a tobacco growing section.
The only consideration asked is that
the business men of the town sub
scribe for 20 copies of the Tobacco
JTournal, at $2.00 a copy. The Journal
k is published weekly, and if this sec
tion should engage in tobacco culture
to any considerable extent, it is well
worth the money.
-Our local in last issue of this
paper calling for reports of parties
who may be in distress in town has
develped that among the colored peo
- ple there are case& where a lack of
work has resulted in scarcity of food
and wood, and consequently there is
* suffering. A few parties have con
tributed, but the demands are too
many for the community to allow a
few to bear, and we suggest that par
ties who wish to contribute will leave
their names at this office. If you
have nothing to offer in the way of
helping these people let THE Nzws
AND HERALD know if you have any
wood to cut or an~y work. Many are
LK WANTS A
ocds at r-I
iEY, AND WE ARE DE'I
CES THAT WILL BRINI
11 Save You the
)NCE AND GET YOUR (
T A. DESPORT
could. However, if any have ai
resources, such as cat tie, hogs or an
thing of the kind, they cannot expe
a gift. Only those will be helpi
who cannot help themselves. Parti
calling for help must bring a writti
statement from a reliable person stati
Pimples, blackheads, moles, frecklh
tan and sunburn removed by Johnsor
Oriental Soap. Medicinal. Winn
boro Drug Store.
FoR FIFTT YEARS.-The notorio1
outlaw, Bii Cook, was sentenced
serve 50 years in the Albany penite
tiary for his va:ious crimes.
SOLD UNDER MORTGAGE. - TV
mules and one horse were sold by vi
tue of mortgage given by James Bol
to Doty & Co. The three head so
MASONIC MEETING. - The regul
ommunication of Winnsboro Lod,
No. 11, A. F. M , will be held tli
(Thursday) evening at 7.30 o'clock.
By orderof the W. M.
NEW ETERPRISEs.-Gregg McMs
ter and Myrom Stevenson have er
barked in the half-soling businet
They are both young and energeti
Give them a call when you need a ne
FOR ONE DAY ONu.-Dr. WV. I
Wakefield, of Charlotte, N. C., wi
makes a specialty of the eye, ear, no;
nd throat troubles, will be at ti
Winnsboro Hotel one day only,C
ChidreR Cry for Pitcher's Castori
SLEIGH RIDING.-Several young m4
from the Union section came to ton
on improved sleighs on Wednesda
Mr. T. D. Ruff came about ten mil
nd Mr. Lee Scruggs about seve
t is certainly the best mode of trav
under the present conditions.
ONE Too MANr.-Under the nie
law the Supervisor is ex-officio mei
her of the board of contrel. Cons
quently one of the three present met
hers of the board has to be "weedi
out." We understand that the matt
rests with Senator Brice for adjut
ment in oar county'.
fd-DAY Is ST. VALENTINE's DAY.
The observance of St. Valentine's di
has about played out in Winnsbor
Perhaps the small boy may find som
thing comic to send to some person I
wishes to make feel badly. The bui
ness has gotten too small for the cor
ing couples in this country at presen
Winnsboro Drug Store, Druggisi
will tell you that Johnson's Magnet
Oil always gives satisfaction and is ti
heapest. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50<
s:ze 25 cts.
You SHOUI.D PLANT SIX ACRES.
We offered tobacco seed free to ai
farmer wbo weuld plant six acre
The reason we named six acres w
because you need a barn, and six acr
is as small a crop as should be planti
for one bat n. However, if sevet
men will build a barn jointly we w
frnsh seed for six acres free.
COULD NOT CATCH HIx.-In col
pliance with a notice to appeal at t:
office of THE NEWS AND HERALD I
aid, some mischievous person se
John Green to the party offering he
to the helpless requesting that the t
of a boot be tried on him. The nc(
was read aloud and when t
gentleman finished reading John 'w
out of sight. Hie caught on quick]
Four Big Successes.
Having the needed merit to more th
make good all the advertising claimed
them, the following four remedies ha
reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. Ki
New Dicovery, for Consumption, Coug
and Colds, each bottle guara teed; Eli
tric Bitters, the great remedy for Liv:
Stomach and Kidneys; Bucklen's Arn:
Salve, the test in the world, and I
King's N ew Life Pills, whiicn are a perfi
pill. All these remedies rare guarante
to do just what is claimed for them a
the dealer wvhose name is attached he
with 'will be glad to tell you more of the
oldat Mc Maser & C's TDrnur Store
ERMINED TO SELL AT
T SEEING Us.
:HRISTMAS TRICKS FRON
t Mrs. Mary C. Rlon arrived her4
d from Columbia several days ago. Sho
e left the snow clad hills of the Nortl
to come it seems to the snow clad hill,
of the South.
Mrs. Hanna Abell accompanied hei
mother, Mrs. Rion, home last week.
8, Mrs. Jude Robinson, of Orangeburg
s mother of Mr. Murray Robinson, il
visiting at her brother's, Mr. R. E
s Mr. U. G. Desportes went to ColUM
to bia on Wednesday.
1 Mr. D. A. Crawford went to Colum
bia on Wednesday.
Messrs. J. H. Means Beaty ani
r- Hamilton Hanahan, of the Southeri
d Railway machine shops, were in towi
Id on Wednesday.
Weak, nursing mothers gain strengtl
and flesh using Johnson's Compounc
r Cod Liver Oil. Rich in fat food
e pleasant to take and easily digested
is giving strength to mother and child
Winnsboro Drug Store. *
Must Have Clerked in a Lien Store.
SB. O. Evans, the. dispenser 'at St
Matthews, is .short in his account
S$2,375. Governor Evans will prose
ccute him, and his bondsmen, F. J
SBuyck and Phillip Rich, will have tc
make good the deficit. It is said that
he credited parties, is why he is short
. Surely he clerked in a lien store once,
o AID THE NEEDY.
e At a meeting of the citizens in th<
n Town Hall the following resolutior
Resolred, That the chairman of thit
Smeeting circulate petitions among thi
freeholde'rs in town petitioning Coun.
cil to appropriate not more than oni
n hundred dollars for the purpose of re
n~ lieving th3 distress of citizens of th4
t:>wn caused by the severe co!d. Ad
'. prive citizens are urged to subscribe it
s addition to this fund.
-. The following central committee was
l appointed by the Council last night,
W. R. Doty, Jno. P. Matthews ani
Jas. A. Brice, who will manage and
Wdisburse the funds.
SThe following w ard committees wer4
Sappointed who are requested to meel
Sthe central committee at 9.30 o'clocli
dthis morning in the Town Hall:
r Ward 1-W. D. Douglass, C. S
t- Dwight and D. V. Walker.
Ward 2-G. R. Lauderdale, D. E
_McDowell and J. W. Seigler.
v Ward 3-B. J. Quattlebaum, H. W
Gibson and R. Y. Turner.
Ward 4-W. R. Garrison, R. H
Jennings and A. W. Brown.
SChildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
*CLEMSON WANTS THESE PRO
DUCTS FOR EXHIBITION.
c CLEMSON COLLEGE, S. C., Feb. 11.
e Dear Mr. Elliott-I am truly obligei
tto you for your kindness in seeing
Mr. S. D. Dunn about those specimens
.. This is a start toward a museum ani
y Fairfield leads. I wish that THE NEW!
. AND HERALD, of Winnsboro, wouli
s thank publicly both you and Mr. Dunn
s He sent a specimen of lint seed
d ;pressed seed, cake and raw oil, ani
al! we are thankful for all this. I wisl
il that the people of the Stat. knew wi
want these things-curiosities of al
kinds to be put in our museum.
- Let me again thank you for getting
e the specimens. I am yours, truly,
r CLOUGH Sf1s.
t To Mr. WV. R. Elliott, Winnsboro
Ip S. C.
>e As shown by the above letter Clemn
te son College wants to collect the prc
e duct of each county and has made
as start on Fairfield. Let the granit<
y. companies in the county send speci
mens. Let those who own oil ston<
Squarries send a sample. Send what
or ever yzu have. It will advertise ou
~e county and build up the museum a
H5ekten's A r~1ca Salv e.
a THE BKsT SALVE L!n the world for Cute
)r. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Sal: Rhieum, Feve
ct Sores, Tetter,Che pped llands, ChilI.alain
d Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pos
ridj tively cures Piles, or uo pay reqrired
e- jisguaranteed to give perfect satisfacts
. g money refundled. Price 23 guts 0
Will do wonderful work now.
Dual inventory of stock, I find
of year, and are marking down
Spring will soon be here and
A Great Bred
In all fine Dress Goods and Ti
and cost not considered. A f<
Patterns; will close out at cost.
THIS IS NO ADVI
I mean business, and if you dc
A handsome lot of large, heavy
HRen is Allotiler 1
Keep it in your miud if you wai
certainly taken the tariff off th
CLOTHING FOR ]
If you want correct styles at
will obtain your supplies from r
Should you tumble into my sto
coat, you would make the hit o
Q. D. WILLIOR
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WINSLOW'S sooTHING SYRUP has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
iny, with perfect success. It soothes the
.child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic. and is the best remedy
for Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every Part of the worid. frwenty
five cents a buttle. Be sure and ask for
'.tirs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup." and
ke no other kind. 5-26txiy
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
Rev. 0. S. Stringfield, or Wakefield,
N. C., says: "Five boxes of Japanese
Pile Cure cured me after 12 years' suf
I fering." Wiunsboro Drug Store.
Whe bywas sick, -we gave her Cri.
Whnh was&aChld, she cried for Cadoria.
Whn she became Elas, she chmng to Casoria.
Weashe had M~reshgaVete Cauteri.
OF CHARLOTTE, N. C.,
Wil be in Winnsboro at the Winns
I boro Hotel on
Thursday, February 28,
for one day. Practice limited to Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat.
I WILL offer for sale before the
Court House on Monday, 18th
February, a number of mules, cows
and other personal property. Terms
Cash.JAMES Q. DAVIS,
SH ERIFF'S S ALE.
BYvirtue of an execution to me di
rected, I have this day levied on
and will Bell tefore the Court House
dor in Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN MARCH,
all that certain tract of land containing
Three Hundred Acres, more or less,
situate in the County of Fairfield, in
the State of South Carolina, known as
the Ashiord place, -and bounded by
Little River, lands of W. R. Doty &
Co., William McConnell and others.
Levied upon as the property of
Stephen Gibson, at the suit of M. Arm
strong, executor for Thomas McKins
try, plaintiff, againlst Thomas Craw
ford, Stephen Gibson, and Robert
Terms of Sale-Cash.
R. E. ELLISON,
Sheriff's office, S. F. C.
Winsboro, S. C., Feb. 11, 1895.
THE STANDARD. +:
a BHEMAI~i B[uM'
sbin the standard r eey for tbe*
s.Gout Sciaraaetc.. in al its fors4
It bs ende by tho d of Physi
urely egetable an uilds eup from the
botte eie dollrs. Our 0-pge Pm
phlet sent Free by Mail. Address, *
-Durag's Rheunmatic Remnedj Co.
-1316 L Street,Washigton, D.C.
earh They at with an ease thatmaeY
then a household blessing.
PICE 25 CTS. PEa 301. or 5 BOlES ro2 $1.
JAcoBS' PHARMACY CO.,
rholesale Agents, A tlanta, Ga
As I am now taking my an
too many goods for the time
goods in every department.
I must have room for new
ik in Prices
immings. Profits abandoned
w more of those fine Pants
n't think so, come and see.
Sateen Quilts, marked down
it a pair of Blankets. I have
EN AlD BOYS.
prices way below value you
iy great marked down stock.
re and strike me for an Over
E the season. It costs nothing
D- - Matagor.
ND SALE SABLES.
ust IReceived and for
A carload of fine YOUNG MARES
nd MULES, which I will sell cheap
or cash or on time until next Fall
vith good approved paper.
I will also exchange any of those
ares for Mules. Persons wishing to
ise stock will do well to call and ex
mine them before buying elsewhre.
Few Milch Cows for Sale.
Also a Few Buggies.
Winnsboro, S. C.
heaper than they have been
in several years.
--i.s todwith writtn
bol; Metal Depres
-SEfORE: - F R- sin, softeniggof
vrem urec Old r-xerton of th rain and
a tr Vio and doubles the oo isl thre
ncorrhea pand pakae by ail, te any address ,
rtten Cuaatoe o ce or refn the money
i nsV gft;rculars free. Guarantee issued only by our ex
WNNsB3ORo DRUG STORE.
winnsboro, s. C.
BO-ILNG~ WATER OR MILK.
All parties who are owing us accounts wvill please
arrange to payin the~nextj fewv days. We are
owing money and must make prompt co~llections in
order to pay promptly.
J. M. BEAT Y & 13RO.
All parties indebted to us must make arrange
ment for immediate settlement. We must have the
money, or paper satifactorily secured. ,Having de
cided to go into a new business it is absolutely neces6
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. EL KETCIIIN & CO.
andarins Tangerines, (or
Kid Glove Oranges.) .Sas
Fine Ripe Grape Fruit. t~~5aemd vlb ragn
Choice Sweet Oranges. jthscsigtevrshosowo
Choice Eating Apples. te r l lkadbcsadtp
topYou cant yo onow fi.ownl
Choce esinaLeons aemeoo Buges re Muade,
____________ *Our seats res made byd of. wieo
ersr andh a cmetenast cp ons
ChoiceEvporatedes rede alleg the wrldngin
themache a with a speia igw hv
Apples an Peaches Mr. W o M tatwhen th Woedais
hanshrecteently acptdvte rageceo
thus plasin teplanis to o tort
goodnasdatage, andU givngtheLeIclA
Calfoni Rasis ndrueshorogLiroAe to BUG patr Oha
thyoarll e, nd bc.sadtp
BuiaCses and C a shinkor
FineEatng IishPotaoesalie ofade ofaBese deig i nti
.ar mserate ries Oadeb r Cillero
Cabbagesh competent orpc.ofEas
eproly hallngey the old
~ q * . Ias onra sharc in hit viiniftrndeil
F1be pleaseused whexlan ordtee.t
waionaR is and P hrones.
marc. Cots isure, liBiurrin CaseAsTadasets.
oneo Eaingo ands Paoes. linte CoPlaesRdsgnsin
celeratd E~quer.Dar Al at meate prBTices. Orders? fille
ab akgaes, Tunis by tc.i;', otc rmty ih n aa hl
Fa W Eatn M.Heare f Pnisent ahnd ordered.
cnTiheon i T horougbe t-fi tnstke hog-un o eev
tiesaro'~ and as mafor ti5fo com
lae. Tho lt nod H e , lue. g nd- s oteIvit~ hsslntIP
Eoucof Lentonm Delo ad astuso thfee~i~Inh
arelbae Equrer whlDami Anry.oe.S~ja.se~gQ~Sn
hisac aone, prded Deoion ontvcYnmer otin e
Correspondence solicited. ox36Zonw7
JOHN G. MOBLEY.
1-2-m WinD~sboro, S. C.
JOHN J, McMAHAN, DNA UGO
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1234at Wn s te aosofio
Soliitsbusnessin is ativ Centy~~I R~igent r. T.b evr enes