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NEWS AND HERALD.
? ME*1IR ED TRI
-BY
THE NEWS AND HERALD CO.
TERMS. IN AD,
Onetjvcar, - 10
Si1 %ouths. - - - .
WTNNSBOR& V.
Tuesday, June 12. - - -
THE PORT ROYAL NAVAL STATION.
What the People of Port Royal Have to
Say About the Removal to Charleston.
As a matter which involves in natio
val defense and a waste of the nation's
funds, we commend the following to
the attention of your readers:
The paragraph in the naval appro
priation bill, as it now refers t> the
Port Royal (S. C.) naval station, pro
vides that $800,000 shll te spent for
the improvement of that plant uinless
the secretary, after a report by a com
petent board of naval officers, shall
decide that the interests of the Govern.
ment would be better served at
Charleston. In which case, the sta
tion shall be transferred to the latter
place.
This last proviso is the result of
strenuous efforts by certain Charleston
interests, and has teen cunningly con
ceived, based on false claims, and fos
tered in secret.
We would say to the country this
fight is but begun, and fought fair and
in the light we have no doubt as to
the issue.
Several naval boards composed of
eminent naval authorities have ex
amined Port Royal harbor at different
times with a view to determining its
availability for various naval pur
poses. They have always enthusi
asdcally endorsed the place, and we
are confident of a favorable report in
this instance, if an unbiased board be
appointed.
Those who are behind this measure
are noisily announcing that the see
retary approves of the proposed re
moval and the station is already
Charleston's. We have a iigh opin
ion of Secretary Long and do not be
lieve him capable of such action-of
prejudging a case without an inves
tigation. It may be, however, the
car of those in power has been secured
by the men interested in this waste of
the public funds. Therefore the mat
ter is laid before the country that it I
may see it is proposed that the natio
nat interests shall be sacrificed for the
benefit of a certain locality; for pub
licity will insure a deci-ion based on
the public welfare-the national de
fense.
We bereby announce to the secro-,
tary of the navy and to the country
that we propose to provw, before the
boari to be appointed, the following
ts offcial dociuients and
ources:
nt site was earefully
ts par - - ort '
al author' Ac- i
e barber an a
e the best on the I
lantic coast, and will permit the na
of the nation to ente in double column
to manoubtvre andl to find ample and
protected anchorages. The entrance
through the bar is broad, deep and
natural; the 'ha;bor anchorage unap
magntade :and he thrn cheadla.nds.
No rivers 'eternally; empty hergtheir
sediment, and no dily shifting quick
__________ e~. chokes thi bh rhOr's entranea
Mened em& ok ;i and the
aeetdraft ships rdedi by
uncangngproportions-a.8
. then so are they tow. * e wer'
That the Governmect'
at Port Boyal his jLa ,xperienci
domn of its choice; and ' the Wis
which have arisen wer ' d ificul~j
provided for. re*
That the dry dock fuated is
the best timber do the Government
owns, and can to- y- :eceive any ship
in the navy. It st less to build than
any other Gov mont dock; has cost
less to mnaint t, and is to-day abso
lutely firm - its foundatirns.
That t machine sh v. built or
brick an feel, equipped t : 4 moc rn
machi , are c'tpable a "akinig all
ordi repairs ont5"men-o wa, and
are complete as to be capable of
ba' ng a small vessel entire.
at tbe health of the immediate
e, and of the whole section u
rounding the har-bor, is excellent.
Th Charleston offers no superior
ad tages, and none commensurable
wita some of those above described.
That the proposed abandonment of
this property would be a criminal act.
If tbis splendid navy yard is sr.cri
ficed, it will be through the pet tinss
of a few pleasure-seeking officers, the
cupidity of certain commercial com
binations. and1 the cunning of politi
cians.
.Beau fort 'committee on Naval Station.1
'-DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
the finest piill T ever used."-D. J.
Moore, Millbrook, Ala. They quickly
cure all liver and bowel troubles. Mc
Master Co
WHIITE OAK ITEMS. fi
-- c
This tection was vititcd by a nice
shower yesterday. Hope we will get s'
d
a good teason sooln, as the crops ared
needing it badly. Cotton is looking
fairly well and is in pretty good lix.
The corn is very snai and bad stands.
Gardens are going to be very good.
A few nice rains and there will be an ~
abundance of vegi tables around tere, b<
Irish potatoes excepted, It seems M4
that the day has past for raising this c
delicious crop in this country, own he
to the potato beetle that has been so cz
distructive in thle past few years. CO
Melons are very promising at this p
timje. Fruit will be plentiful. Black- be
berries and plums are beginning to su
ripen and the "coons" are happy. sal
The small grain crop is being bar- bo
vested now. Both wheat and oats are bu
very good. So]
[n this country. le sowed them in
Auauit when he laid b-V !.is cotton,
;o ing the grain in the rows, thenI
ru1 his cultivator along the rows
covering the seed lightly. About I
Mfarch he broke th: cotton stalks and
pulled up the stubble to make way for
the cradle. It is said by several that
be made from 40 to 50 bushels per
icre on one field of 0 acres.
Mr. S. R. Patrick has overhauled
bir; threshing outfit and started it out
yesterday. It will be under the man
agament of R. L. Patrick and T. L.
Gladden. These young men are
dustlers and know how to manage a
th -eshing machine.
rom Hill, the wizard, has changed
hi; base of oferation. He has been
scen recently in the swamps of Dump
er's Creek, west of the railroad.
The Southern Railway Company I
have painted their buildings at this I
place.
The young Messrs. Patrick have
shipped their pet donkeys. The
climate here did not agree with them.
Mr. W. E. Hendrix has been very
utwell for some time. We hope hel
will soon be all right again.
Mrs. J. B. Yongue, of Charlotte, is)
visiting her relatives, Capt. and Mrs.
S H. Terris.
Miss ;Lila McDowell spent several
da3s recently with relatives in our(
town.
The Rev. J. A. White will preach
here in the A. R. P. Church next
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 4 r. m.
June 9, 1900. Sentinel.
He Fooled Whe Surgeons.
All doctors told Renick Hamilton,
Df West Jefferson, 0., after suffering
18 months from Rectal Fistula, he
would die unless a costly operation
was performed; but he cured himself
with five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the surest Pile cure on Earth,
and the best Salve in the World. 25
3ents a box. Sold by McMaster Co..
Iruggists.
MOSSY DALE DOTS.
Oar section has been visited with
good showeis for the past w(ek, which
revives the hearts of the farmers and
makes the crops put on a fresh ap
pearance.
The stands of coton are generally
very good; some late plantiag to chop
Fet. It is in very gGod fix and grow
ug nicely. D. not thin!.. the lice did
2uch damage.
('oru is rather small for early plant
ag and has suffered considerab!v from
>o-o worms. which has injured mate
i-lly the stand. Some are planting
>eas in the corn and some on grain
tubble.
T'he graiu crop will not yield as
ouch as was once expected, though
ome crops are very good.
The oat crop was damaged consid
~rr.bly by the winter fr ceze; as a result
he yield will not be good. Mr. H.
Crapp mnixedl some wheat with hi
gdast fal1, .and well he didsfor^-,
ery te rogt it wld uea
for forage. thinkitwudba
> d idea to mix wheat and oatr. to
-season, and 'f our wic
gethe . e would
ters shculd continue
llt miss~ a cra)p entirely, and1 making
a crop of both we would have so much
better feed.
Gardens .-~e doing finely, and we
have chapOd our winter bill of fare.
frish pl'atoes are bearing very nicely.
N.eunelons are looking very well
and sot hre in bloom.
SThe fra-.rop will be pretty good,
apptk which will be a light
crc p. I obs that the apple trees
arev ae ben.[thed everywhere
adI fear a number Es to be rust
berry crop will be geo i, so '.The
some pies soonu . have
I paid Ridgeway a visit last Satur
day and was very much pleased to see
good Prospects for a crop all along the
road, boai corn and cotton, all of
wuhich are looking well and in very
gsod fix. Those u>eople have been
rr.ther unfortunate N the last te~
years in not being ableN0 iao
owing to droughts, which made their
laud too hard to plough, but c'ey are
up to date thbis season, which I am 'Nry
pioud to note. I attended Sunday
school at the Ridgewvay Baptist Churc'h
or Sunday forenoonu. They' have a1
fir e school and well conducted under
the efficient mnauagement of Super in
tendent WVrav. ie also has a corpsI
of very energetic teachers Deport-1
ment flme and singing good.
There has been two deaths in the
past month, which I have not seen
~e.borted. One a cbild of Mr. Frank
lainn, over a year old ; the other a
~1z. J1. J. Watt. Mr. Wat t's child was
Lboutt six years old and died in Coum-t
hs, whither he had moved Both I
vere buried in the Bethel cemetery.
The funeral services were conducted a
sy Rev. Mr. Spigner. Tbose whoa
ave been bereft have the sympathy "
f the whoie community.
Mossy Dale school clcsed week be- ~
Ir3 last after a very pleasart and sue
esfsl term.g
Rev. Mr. Crout and family paid I
>aue calls in this neighborhood a few.
r g.We are always glad to ti
etup With him T. B. M.
Jae 9, 1900.
Glorious News
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
a hita, I. T. H~e writer: "Four
ittles of Electric Bittter; has curedl
rs. Brewer of scrofule, whichi had
used her great suff'ering for years.
~rrible sores wotuld break out on her
ad and face, and the best doctors
Bid give no help; but her cnro is
oplete and her health is excelkent."
is shows what thousands have f
ved,-that Electric Bitters is the
tt blood purifier known. It's the cat
>reme remedy fer eczema, tetter,D
rheum, ulcers, boils and running S
es. It stimulatos liver, kidneys and
ivels, expela !bpoton, helps digestion. m
lds up the t senguta. Only 5,0 cents.te
d by McMaster Co., druggis'.s.
aranteed.6
5A
.........
Al1 Coute
A's
.What -
Castora is 11 u
gorie, Drops -ad S
contains neithe' r Opill::t, Mo
substance. Its agc t
an(d allays F eri1es
Colic. It reli*.evesTe in
and F.Ia tilenC. . Avi h
CENUINE NF
Bca the~
C~~ E N UI UF
Thil Ind
SCO
1801-1900.
OUTII CAROLIIA ObEE
0 C LI COLM
COLUJMBIA, S. C.
A. B.,B. S., A. M., LL.B, L. I.
ourses. Spring Courses frce for
Peachers. Fourteen Professors; 33,
)00 volumes in library; excAllent lab
>ratories, -lass-rooms, gymnasium,
nfirmary, athletic grounds. Tuition
940, other fees $10, a session: tiition
emitted to needy stud
135 to $175 a
Supils from
schools ent
>Ut exami
Entra
Exami
eat.
.9
bate eidat y.rrfeldCourt
H-ouse, South Caroma, on the 15th
day of June ntafter publication
hereof, at 11 4'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said AdminiStration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand this 30th day
of May, Anno Domini 1900.
S. R. JOHNSTON,
5-31-2 Judge of Probate.
,Cht1tte o eri' Role,
Charloate, N. C., established~in 189 1
and
how under one management, offers
exceptional advantages to any one
3esiring a thoroughly practical busi
aess education in the shortest possible
amne.
The wide~ range of zera itory covered
by our emnploymnent agency affords
exceptional chautes for securieg posi
ions. We will guaratntee von apo
'on if you take our guarantee cour~e.
The rooms in the schools are large
ntd convenient and well lighted.
Young men or veung women may
nroll in either school any week day
uring tl.e year.
If you are a stenographer, book
eeper or teacher anid desire a posi.
ion, write the Piedmont Agency,
harlotte, N. C. If yon are not a
tenographer or book-keeper, spend a
SW months in one of these r-choots
nd get yonrself in shape for earning
oney.
Should you desire to he an expert in
terest, stocks, trade discout, etc., I
md 25 cents in stamps or silver and
t our Pocket Calculator-just what
>ut need.
For circulars and further infor Baa
:n. address,
D. M. McIVBKi,
President.
NO-TICE.
Om-VCE COl'NTY (CoMIlsSIONEnls,
Winnsboro, S. (C., Jn 4, 19uu.s
NOTICE is herebv given tha a
etm :g oft the B.oard of Con tro! for
County of Faiirtield will be held in
office of t he Conniv Cominisionrr
said Coum11; on the IST D)AY OF E~
.LY, 1900. at which mneeting atppli
ions for tiie position of County
spenser at Winnsboro will be con
ered.
uL aplictions fo:- said po.i in.1
st be on file with the B~ard~ at tea-t
days before said date.7
WM. M. CCR LEE,
Chmn. Co. lBoard of Control.
,~ o Gli Pre
yrI -w .b - r: Plaa t 1:'
C ' AV~
o ohr N 'are
*vreh o. It 1r.s at'it
it i O Ari
~n-s Diu-rha and Winld
es:~ theo, ~regpdlates the
heal;thy .nd iatmal sleep.
Mote'.s Friend.
ORIA ALWAYS
nigatur3 oI
' Always Bo1ght
e 30 Years.
-'4C; ?.&:At VORKCrCY.
NEWS *
and
ERALD
Tri-Weeklr, $3 a Year in Admee
Weekly;t$1.50 a Tear'in Adva
g5LETVER HFABS,
BILL HEADS,
NOTE HI2AB5,
LA WYRS' BRIMF8.
LIENS,
MORTGA REs,
DEE iS,
and everything ie job line done
~'as cheaply as aiywhere else a
-theState.
IVE-USACGHANCI
]
t
very penny sp.n;
dIomle is kept at haieme
- p.hi BALSAM I
1Wenes ar.4 beauses a.aa
e -; - e Nerr Fail to to
3LJ~r to its
- ue scal? uenses & hair
I Still Have
F
-6 or8- C1
cr
Young Mules H
Sc
se
AND FIVE OR SIX PLUG MULES "'
yet unsold. Persons needing mules pa
should call and see them before buy- I
ing as I will sell them cheap for cash f
or good paper, payable in the fall. cr
I also have a few horses, among -
them two good Combination Horses.
Also a couple of GOOD MARES,
suitable for brood mares-young and Se
sound.
fo
Cows. D
elt
I will pay the highest cash price for al a
classes,.fat or p3or.
Buggies.
F
1 still have a few BUGGIES that 1 tic
will sell cheap for cash.
U
A. Williford,
Winsbre, 5. 4.
11
ti
$OUTHERN RAILWAA
re
C&t1ai e qt 4ekso and Savannah.
rn Tim 4t Oth Pofnts.
edule in u 6bi90 tc
NORTHBOUND. 0 o
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S uiville ... .
.ncinnati ..... .-- . D
Ne ork(a.c.10
Lv. Blchmond..........
. Da ville .............
Lv. Charlotte .......
RockHil . .............. I
" Chester .. ......... ... 985
" V W insboro ........ ...10 21.
Ar. Columbia, (Bldg St... 630p 11 120.
Lv. Columbia, (U. D) ...... 480
" Trenton ...........10p 1 p 6 it:
Ar.Edgfieldn... ........... ......4 18S
Ar. Graniteville ......... 2 T
Uy
Ar. Augusta ..............100Op 800.
Lv. Columbia (So. Ry).... ... g
"Kingvillec...........4 22
Brecn e .. . 8
" Bsulameville ....... .:. 5a I
Ar.Cliarleton ........... .... i1 00p
Ar .......... .... 287a
" Sprn fed ..... ... .. 2
" Barnwell ......... ...1 82a f
" S va na ........... ....820 515a tl
*Trains~ 43 and 44 (mized except Sunday)
arrive and depart from Hamburg.
t-Daily except Sunday.
Sleeping 0ar Servioe. cc
Exelent o dn1s. ager service between ci
2os. 38 and S4-ir York and Florida Ex
press. Draw~ig- a sleeigcr ~ten.
Augusa and Ne*Yorg. cr t~
Puween ordrawin - aleelg gas e
1man siCharlotte and fc
lctid. Diig oare bee~n Charlote
is. 35 and 6-Us. .Through
ullman drawi ~om ,o pxgcars be
WeeD acouieand ~e ~l~ d Pull
mari alee~ crs between Au4ad Char
lotte. Dn cars serve all aeienote. to
Pullman slepig cars bebween Jcs6xxlec
And Columbia. naroutq dail }tw4n n-n
ville and Cinlcinnatl, t~Asheville. o
FRANKs. GANNON, J. M.CULP.
Third V-P.& Gn. Mgr.., .
W ,D. C. fo .C
'.As't Ge fi~aAg't., O
, .C. AtlantA, Ga. OC
Hoiday...
Goods-.
I have a nice selection just fo
opened for inspection from which Fai
to select your Christmas Presents, ""'
consisting of fo
SLEEVE and COLLAR jeci
BUTTONS, ma
PINS, for
RINGS, ject
BRACELETS, max
and FANCY GOODS. -
Also, nice presents in China
nd Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated for
'Jated Wares, as cheap and relia- oft
eas they cion be bought any
rhere. for,
Call soon and make yolir selee- dito
on. crati
I L
. M. Chandler. fO't
MONEY TO LOAN -
On Improved F'arms r-eca.-ed by first I li
ortgages. Interest 8 per cent. la fori
LEIB not less than $500, 3 to 8 3 ears. Supe:
o sommissions. Borrower pay s ac- the 54
al eroenses.
A. S.k&W. D). DOUGL A83, Ilhe
Winnaboro. S.C for tli
or JOHN 3. PA LMER & SON, tionm
11.46 Couia . C., Dm
4
ANNOUNCEMENTS
OR SOLICITOR-SIXTHI CIRCUIT.
[ hereby announce myself as a candi
te for Solicitor of the Sixth Judicial t
reult, subject to the result of the Demo.
Ltic primary. THOS. F. McDOW. tt
We propose the name of Hon. J. K.
ENRY to the Democratic voters of Fair
Id County for re-election to the effice of
licitor of this circuit, because cf the
ry satisfactory manner in which he has 1f
charged the duties of the oflice for the C
st several years. VOT ERS. r(
[hereby announce myself a candidate
r Solicitor ;f the Sixth~Judicial Circuit, ..
blect to the rules governing the Demo
%tic primary. W. C HOUG H.
3. W. 1' wsDu is an ;uceI for the
nate, subject to the Diocratic primary.
[ hi reby annouce ys1f 71ndiat
r isubj.-t o th - .i'm of. the
V.%X l:A Y i
r tlhe lious. of NIe re'1 i i-, l .
tilfield County, subj-et to 1): Ince
JOHN G. WOIA.1 .
I anilolince liysel: a candidate for he
ouse of liepresen:t:ives, subjtct to the
tion of the Deimocratie primary..
E. B. RAGSDALE.
The friends of JOHN O. YOBLEY nomi
Lte him for re-election to the House of (
%presentatives, subject to the action of
e Democratic primary.
B 'thewood Democratic Club nominates
. J Johnson for the House of Represen
tives, subject to the primary election.
W. J. HAGOOD, Secretary.
b
I announce myself a candidate for the .
ouse of Representatives. Dispensary,
ate and County, renovated and fumi
ted is my piatform. Will abide by the
suit of the primary.
J. B. MOIRISON. I
I hereby announce myself a candidate k
r the Hlocse of Representatives, subject I
the action of the Democratic primary. t
T. B. McKINSTRY. .
FOR CLERK.
Ir
I hereby announce myself as a candi b
ite for Clerk of Court, subject t.. the
tion of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. R. CRAIG.
I hereby, annour.ce myself a i andidate
r the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
Id County, subject to the action of the
emocratic primaries.
R. V. BR AY.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
r Cierk of Court for Fairfield County,
bject to the action of the Democratic
imary. JAS. A. BRICE..
I hereby announce myself a candidate
r the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
Id County. subjpat to the action of the
emocratic primaries.
ih" ~ c di'at
ce of Clerk of Court, subject to
e action of the Democratic primary.
& JNO. J. NEIL1.
FOR SHERIF1
I hereby announce myself a candi
te for the office of Sheriff for Fair.
tid Ccunty, and will abide by the
tion of the Democratic primaries.
JAS. W. BOLICK.
Pledging myself to abide the result of
e ensuing primary election, I announce
yself a candidate for nomilnation to the
hce of Sheriff of Fairfiel-l County. The
rdial support of rmy fellow-citizens is re
ectfully solicited.
GEO. W. CRAWFORD.
Ibhereby announce myself a candidate
I hereby announce myself a candidate
ar Sheriff, subject to the action of the,
)emocratic primar;.
J. McK'IvNEY EL LIOT T.
I h(rebv announce nmyself a candidate,
yr the office of Sheriff of Fairfield Coun
r, subject to the action of the Derrtocratic
rimaries. B. G. TE NNANT.
I hereby announce myself for Sheriff of
'airfield County, and will abide the result
! the Democratic primaries.
D. E. MCDOWELL
I hereby announce myself a candidate
>r re-election to the office of Sheriff ot
airfield County, subject to the action of
me Democratic primary.
Ri. E. ELLISON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
ir Sheriff of Fairfield County, subject to
e Democratic primary election.
MOS.E U1. MOBLEY..
I hereby announce myself a candidate
r Sheriff of F airfield County, subjec'; to
the rules and regulations of the Di mc
atic primary.
JOHN B STEVENSON.
COUNTY SUP E RVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
1. the office of Coun-y Supervisor for
iirfield County, subject to the action of
e Democratic primaries.
A. D. HOOD.
[ hereby announce myself a candidate
the office of Supervisor of Fairfield
unty, subject to the action of the Dem
ratic primaries.
ROBT. Y. CLOWNEY
hereby announce myself a candidate
the office of Supervisor of Fairfield
unty, subject to the action of he Dem
-atic primaries. J. U. 3UR LEY.
hereby announce myself a candidate|
County Supervisor, subject to the ac
a of the Democratic primaries.T
JOHlN A. STEWA RT.L
hereby announce myself a candid ste
the oflice of County Supervisor of Fair
d, subject to the rules and reg Tations
the Democratic primary.
D). UI. R-OBEl'LTSON. A
hereby announce myself a candidate
the office of Counni Supervisor of
rfield, subjeer to the D~emocratic pri
-JAS. II. AIKEN.
hereby announce lirvself as candidate
the office of Corutv Supervisor, sub
to the ait ion of the D~emocractic pri
'y. .JOE AlcMEEK IN.
hereby ann unee myself a candidate
the office of Connty Supervis r, sub- frc
to the action of the Democratie pri- am
y. TI. C LEIT.Ei. lin
Ml
COUN TY A UDITOR. qu11
mereby announce mniself a candidata.
Jounty AXuditor, subject to the action
te Democrat ic prima ries. eca
ROHT. R. .JEFFAl:E~s.I
mereby announce myself a candid te
e-election to the office of County Au.
, subject to the action of the Demo
e primarv. J1 L. RICHIMOND). -
ereby announce mys:tf a entdilidate
.uditor for Fair fieli County, su bje<(
a rules joverning the Demzcratic pr:
.GEORGE W. MODIflE.
SUPT. 0OF ED)UCATION. 1088
~reby announce myself a ea didat,d and
e-election t i e office of County'!Th
-intendent of Education, sub'ject t-; tatic
tion of the Democratic primaryv. old
LD. L STEVENbION. C
~reby announ'" myself a e;n n!id,,t
e office of Enperintendent of Educa
or Faitfield County, subjieel to the,
cratic primaries.
W. L. ROSBORCOUGI ,.JR. 4.1
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself for re election
the office of County Treasurer of Fa r -
!ld County, and will abide the result. of
e Democratic primaries. . WYLI
FOR CORONER.
I hireby announce myself a candidate
r the office of Coroner for Fairfield 0
oaxnty, and pledge myself to abide the s
sut of the Democtic primary.
J. MARTI N YONGUE.
frooerie tha MOve
uickly from Store
o Honlie
Are the only kIE
re deal in. We. have a full line
eavy and fancy Groceries, new and
resh, always on hand. Freih Sugar.
'ured flams and Pork -ansage every
reek; Breaktast Bacon, Cheese and
lacaroni, sugar, Teas &ad Coffees. -
L rice line of Canned Goods of all
inds New Orleans and Porto Rico
!olanes; also fancy Table Syrups in
n In fact everything kept in a
IIWS L- [ASS GROCERY STORL
We hiave jit enlarged our store
-i and are prepared to do more
u-iness. Will be glad to have yo
all and give us a trial.
J. D. McCARLEY &
Agents r
VISITIe
--AND
WEDNTjIVDlONS,[
.1851
PAIN~T
II2ATIUI1JW
~~ GillICG*
ISKSTbIMDARD .
J. J.OBEAR.
Most Delightful Seaside
Resort, is now Open
for theSummer
of 1900.
iINE NE W COACH ES NOW RtUN
in Lanes to Georgetown, and a nsew
I mnoderns sleamer is now o.. the
is from Georgetown to Waverly
toc-; fine surt bathing; fi, e fihing.
'he table is alwaiys supplied with
, ye- cra't and --hi'is in
or terms add res
I itS. W INThIROp P WVLLI.uW.,
WVaverly Milla, S C.
NDER TAKING
ALL ITS BEPARTMENI'
a full stock cf Caskets, Burial
s and Coffins, constantly on hand,
use of hearse when requested.
ahkful for past patronage and solic.i
n for a share in'the future, in the -
tand
ls attended to at all hours.
THE ELLIOTT GW SHO0P,
J. N, ULLIONY 83

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