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W. I). DOUGLASS, Editor.
JaB. Q. Divis, Treasurer.
W. J. ELLICr, Business Manager.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thursda!, May 2, ; * 895
Tas bomicide cycle seems on the
country now. Nearly every paper has
an account of a homicide in it.
WE are sorry that the newspapers
have nearly stopped discussing plans
to settle the suffrage question. We
. believe that the nucleus for a settle
ment is to be found in the Patton plan.
THE line between the Republican
and Demoiratic parties on the car
retcy is no very clear just now. One
or the other must take free silver, or
we shall certainly have a new party
H. I. KIMBALL, who built the Kim
ball House in Atlanta and who did a
great deal towards making Atlanta
what it is, died near Boston on Sun
day. He called himself a developer,
and often went into enterprises and
schemes in a bold and reckless man
nor. Many of his projects failcd. of
course. But his energy di i a great
deal in inspiring the people of At
lanta, and they are much indebted t>
him for the present euterprising char
acteristic of the place.
I-r is a general tendency of every
community, especially in these trying
times of financ:ial depression, to neg
lect proper attention to its social and
intellectual deveiopment, and knowing
that to be true we ought to guard
against it. No matter how poor peo
ple may become, they can always
manage to attain a certain amount of
culture. This makes. the common
every-day drudgeries of life more
easily borne. Thes.' remarks are sug
gested by the fact that Prof. Wood
ward is to deliver his famous Shake
speare lecture here on next Tuesday
night. This is a very rare opportunity,
and our people should give him a good
The Smith Family.
South Carolina and Fairfield County
have a few Smiths and the following
from the Chicago Record may be of
some interest to them and to the Jones
That the Smiths are numorous will
be seen by the numbers recorded in
the register general of England alone,
where, from 1838 to 1854, 286,307
Smiths are known to have been born,
to have married or died. The Joneses,
who have been faet treading on Mr.
Smith's heels, number, in like circum
-stances,-282,900. This will show that
the alarmist has rer-on to raise the
cry, "Smith's in danget !"
ai in addition to Smith proper there
are many families passing under otber
names who are members of the mIghty
race. Smith'ett is a neat diminutive.
but Smythyr and Smythiars have de~
cidedly the smell of a bi-.eksmith shop
about them. In their d sire to ge:
away from the common, pl!ebeianl and
non-descriptive Smith many famnilie
have Smythed themselves, and one
family goes still fart her and changes
itself into Smtith. It is difficult to
see how "i j' camne to suppla&nt the
li is said that an English baronet.
'Smith," in the t ransition peri d
having substituted "y" for "i" was so
delighted by his escape fronm Smithdom
that he sought stilt further to decorate
his name by adding a "title" to each
stroke of the "y," and thus prodneimg
the "i j" of the existing Smnijths.
Another escape occurred in New York
several y ears ago. A farmer, the
head of the house, being stout and
portly, obtained the name of John
Jolly among his neighbors. His sons
have since assumed the sobriquet as
a patronymic; and by this name alone
is the family recognized. They are
Smiths no longer The most common
of the descriptive Smiths in America
are the Goldsmiths, or Goldschmidts,
Silversmiths, Blacksmiths, White
smiths, Brownsmiths, Coppersmiths,
Locksmiths, Knyfesmiths, Billsmiths,
Nasmyth, or nalismi:h, and [lydlsmith,
or soldiersmtith From Smith come
Smyth, Smythe, Smeyth, Smeith Smnit,
Smite and Smids. The city directories
are filled with all va'ieties of Smiths,
with every given name under the sun,
and thirty towns in the United States
are named Smith.
"We all know Smith and have a
great regard fer him; an excellent'
fellow is Smith." But in speaking of
this cosmopolitan citizen one cannot
always tell which Smith is wanted.
Thirteen pages, or forty columns are
devoted to the Smith family in the
Chicago city directory. Of this army
there are 315 John Smiths, who, with
their faimilies, would people a good
sized towin. Philadelphia is second
with 314 John Smiths, Pittsburg has
ninety-six, San Francisco has eighty
three, and New Orleans has sixty-t wo
There are 803 Schmidts in Milwankee,
sixteen being Johann Schmnidts, and
33S9 Smiths, toirty being John Smiths,
It is impossible to identity the mnn
wata by the aid of the ciiv dirreto
ries, as one finds them there by the
hundreds, each having the same Chris
tian name and many following the
I know a family of John Smiths in
this city living in a flat, with a John
Smith below and another John Smith
directly above. The first-floor Smiths
were so tormented with messages,
parcels and letters that they fled; aye,
flitted im self-defense.
Like John Jones in Wales John
Smith is in England a protound in
cognito' and the name being proclaimed
in a market square would denote no
person in particular The species is
not rare. We dream of John Smith;
we marry him; he is our father, our
uncle-even our aunt or sister, not
forgetting Johanna Schmidt-but we
never hear of one dying. The John
Smiths live just to make people misera
ble. Three-tenths of all the runaway
husbands are Smiths, one-tenth bear
ing the Christian name of John.
They are the most divorced family in
existence. Unless the John Smiths
are warned against naming their
children for themselves the govern
ment may be obliged to annihilate the
race by renaming them.
In 1848, whein the fugitive Louis
Philippe found himself safe in England
in a snuo hotel, he inquired the name
of his Yostess, and being informed
that it was Smith, his majesty replied:
"Smith, Smith? Eh, bien, I think I
have heard that name before." He
had, for it was the very alias that he
adopted. "William Smith" being
written on his passport at that moment
in his pocket.
A WEDDING AT BLYTHEWOOD.
1essrs. Editor: It has been sometime
since I have had the pleasure of
writing to the dear old HERAD, but
sincerely hope this space of time has
not entirely banished the memory of
your former Rabb correspondent from
the minds of the dear old Fairfield
people. Should such be the case
perhaps this brief letter may recall to
them the faces as well as the names of
some of Fairfield's form-r energetic
boys and girls who hal the pleasure
of attending a very happy marriage
near Blythewood, S. C., on the 28th
of this months. The groom was Mr. T
J. B. Spivey, of this city, and the T
bride was Miss Hessie Butler, of b
The beautiful little church (Har- A
mony) was handsomely decorated *
with vines, flowers and evergreens of a
rarest discription. Thus surrounded el
by the beautiful gifts of nature a
large congregation anxiously awaited h
the arrival of the bridal party who r
was somewhat late but I believe ar
rived almost at the appointed hour, a,
and proceeded to the church and up g
the aisle to their proper places as ir
Mr. W. F. Outlaw with Miss Anna it
Barns; Mr. L. D. Evans with Miss tl
Lille Grigsby; Mr. W. C. Butler with n
Miss Ava Spivey; Mr. E. G. Ferrell ci
with Miss Cora Burns, proceeded by e,
the bride and groom, who took their .
stand in front of the Rev. W. H.
Hartin, who in a very b.rief but im-J
pressive manner soon pronounced
The bride was beautifully attired in
a levely costume (of cream with lace
and ribbon and wore natural flowers. ti
The bridesmaids all wore cream gowns o
with lace and natural flowers. The d
gentlemen all wore full morning suits 0
with tan gloves,.
After the ceremony the happy couple a
with the relatives and friends returned -.e
to the home of the bride's parents,
where a bountiful repast awaited them,
which was re-y much enjoyed by all.
The only event to mar the pleasure of y
the day was a slight fall of rain'.
With this one exception ont the way n,
from the church a baggy containing hi
t wo of the bridal party ran against a m
stump slightly damaging the vehicle fa
and giving- the occupants quite a se
fright. I wrill not give the names of si:
the unfortunate couple, as I believe ar
the young man promised to be more sy
careful in the future, especially when ia
he goes to the next wedding.
With best wishes to the dear old Sj
NEWS AN~D HERALD, 2
CoaxarIA, April 29, 1895.u
means so much more than e,
you imagine-serious and i
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected. -
Don't play with Nature's
Ify are feeram 24
and can't work, F
begin at once tak
I ing the mostrelia
IronBrown's iron Bit
i 44 i h m com esc from the
*~1mi~r~very first dose-il
tut*A, and it's
pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, KIdney and Liver a
Constigation, Bad Blood 1)1
Malaria, Nervous ailments
Get only-the genuine--it hass crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub
wil send set of Ton Beautiu Walta p
Fair Views and book-free.
BROWN4 CHEMICAL CO. SALTIMon. tAD. 8
Burial Cases and Caskets. J(
THE UNDERSIGNED has a full G
line of the latest designs in * a
RIAL CAist Al CASKETS,
at mode.rate pr c-s Orders filled
promptly, taight and ,lav, at 'he old
stand. Tlhanikfuli for past patronage,
I ask for a share of ir int future. pe
Iearse furni-hed hen ordered. I
1-ef T. M. F.LIOTT. SR. 9
for Infants ar
Bateman's Drops, Godfmy's Cord
most remedies for children ar c
Do You Know that opamand morphin
Do You Know that in most oountries di
without labeling them poisons ?
Do You Enow that you should not P
unless you or your physician know of what it Is
Do You Know that Castoria is a purel
its ingredients Is published with every bottle?
Do You Know that castoria Is the pros
That it has been In use for nearly thirty years,
of an other remedies for children combined ?
Do You Know that the Patent Office
other countries, have issued exclusive right to:
"Casto'la" and its formula, and that to imi
Do You Know that one of the reasons:
because Castoriahad been proven to be absol
Do You Know that 35 average
cents, or one cent a dome ?
Do You Know that when possessed of
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken
WIthese Akeng we worth knwls
.ignature of , ,
Children Cry for P
The SheriffGot Even, on Bet.
CHATTANOOGA, TENN., April 30.
he initial number of the Harriman,
enn., Progress contained a leader,
itterly attacking W. H. Ladd, sheriff
f Roane county. The vocabulary of
ituperation was well-nigh exhausted.
ultery, default in office, snbornine
witnesses in a recent celebrated
trder trial and other equally wicked
arges were made against Ladd.
To-day the sheriff and a number of
is deputies made a clean sweep of the
'rogress office, carrying the editor,
reurge H. Freeman, W. H. Sanborn
ad S. W. Williams, propriet ,rs, to
M at Kingston on the charge of crim
ial libel. Two office employe;, in
iding the typo who set the obnox
s editorial, were arrested. This is
ie greatest sensation Harriman, the!
agic town, has ever experienced, the
izens arrested being the most infia
itial men in the city.
E COAMMITTED SUICIDE!
The Cause and Its Lesson.
Wky did he commit suicide ? Oh ! for
:e same reason tL.t thousands of others are
the verge of the same sin, or in imnme
at danger of insanity, paralysis, idiocy,
somne other eually unfortunate result of
zy nervous afection. He knew he was
icted with a nervous disorder, but was
reless, apparently indifferent to the out
nm ; or he may have lessened his chances
recovery by treating with physicians
o had little or no knowledge of such af
ctions, or by delugi'i himself with worth
s so-called remedies. His case was a sad
, but no worse than that of auy other
voussufferer, who has nervous or sick
dache, biliousness, dizziness, irritability,
elancholy, failing memory, hot flashes,
nting, sleeplessness, nervous dyspepsia,
ual debility, epilepsy, etc. The same or
milar consequences are likely to result to
r one who has any of these advance
2ptoms of an awful end. Do not hesitate
getting rid of them by intelligent treat
ent. Dr. Franklin Miles, the celebrated
cialist, has studied nervous diseases over
years, and has discovered the only re
ibie remedy for them. Thousands of vol
tary testimonials prove the virtues of Dr.
Uonso Barker, of Clinton, N. Y., writes: "I
i so afflicted with extreme nervousness that
ras on the verge of insanity. My hands trem
ed so that I could scarcely feed myself. I used
eve bottles of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerrine
d was eared. It is with pleasure I recommend
I wonderful remedy for nervous troubles."
I had been a great sufferer from chronic
dche until I began, about four months ago,
use Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine and Pinls,
e which time I have not had a headaehe.
verl of my friends are using Dr. Miles' Rem.
Lis, and find them, as I did, to be more than
nclaim for them."-Mrs. Mary Kister, Los
.H. Capwell, editor Tribune. Plymouth. Pa.
ntes : " My wife was cured of sick headache o
y years' standing by the use of Dr. Miles'
storative Nervine. She has recommended it tC
rfriends, and they all praise it hiehly."
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is sold by all
uggists on a positive guarantee, or sent direct
the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind., os
ieipt of price, Cl per bottle, six bottles for $5
ress prepaid. It is rpositiveiy free from opiates
dangerous drugs. hr. Mies' Pills. 50 doses
ents. Free book at druggists, or by mzail.
Sold by WINNSBORO DRUG STORE.
X.L. . way"
~ ~ applied.
rreat Pain Alleviator.
theumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache,i
eadache, Cold in all its forms, Cuts,
res, Bruises, Sprains and Lameness,
iarrbmea and Cholera Morbus, Colie
id all Bowel Troubles.
It away relieves when properly sp
. X. L. COMPANY
C. M. DEMPSEY, Manager,
uth Carolina Div., 230 Main Street, a
Columbia, S. C.
For sale by
H. McMaster & Co., Winnsb ro, I
C., and Drs. Linder & Team, and
L. Rosboro, Ridgeway, S. C., and
druggists at TWENTY-FIVE
DR. E. C. JETER,
Phy sicial and Surgeon.
)fetrs his professt:nal services to the
ple of Fairfield.
ostoffie addres4 Jenikinsville, S. C. e
(ou Know tht Paree-&,
WI, many so-caled Soothing Syrup, and
posed of opium or morphine?
Sare stupefying narcotic poisons ?
ggists are not permitted to sel na-&
Oit any medicine to be givn yo chd
Tegetable preparation, and that a list Of
ription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
and that more Castorla is now sold thb
Department of the United States, and of
Dr. Pitcher and his assigs to Use the word
ate them is a state prison offense?
lr granting tbis government protecto "Is
oses of Castoria are furnished for 35
this perfect Wpepra*ioa y= ohflM
, s~Ison wr
The U. S. Commissioner Saw Nothing in
Mr. W. F. Powell, a young man
iving at Nelson, in Fairfield County,
was before Commissioner Bauskett
chared with using the mails for
franulent purposes. He was accused
of writing a postal card to a Northern
firm asking from whom he could buy
counterfeit money or "green goods,"
and whether he could get samples in
advance. The firm turned the letter
over to the postal authorities and
hence the young man's arrest. He
positively denied that he bad written
the postal and claimed that his name
bad been forged. Commissioner Baus
kett believed him and dismissed the
case against him.-Columbia Regidter.
Did You Ever
Try Ele tric Bitters as a remedy for your
troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get
relief. This medicine has bsen found to
e peculiarly adapted to the relief and
cure of all Femnale Complaints, exer ing a
onderful direct influence in vivimg
etrength and tone to the organs. If you
have Loss er Appetite, Conjstiuationl,IIead
che, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous,
Sleepi ss, E.<citabie. Me ancholy or trou
bled with Dizzy Spelle, E!.etric Bitters is
the medicine you need. ileal:h and
Strengta are guarar teed by its use. Large
bottles only fifty cents ~at McMaster &
Co.'s Drug Store.
Rev. 0. S. Stringfield, of Waketield,
. C., says: "Five boxes of Japanese
ile Care curei rme after 12 years'
standing." Winnsboro D)rug Store.*
For Over Fifty Years
M~a. WIsstow's SOOTHING SYntUr has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for th?eir children while teeth
ne with perfeet success. It soothets the
child, softens the gums, allays al pain,
cures wind colic, anid is the best remedy
for Diarrhaa. It will re!!we thre poor lit
Ue suffrer ir'wediatel. Sold by D~rug
gists in even~ p..': of the world. T wenty
fve cenrts a 'btttle. tie sure and ask for
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing syrup'." and
e o'ther kind. s- rltxle
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
* 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
mehnical perfection. Strong, du
rable and reliable, with not an ounce
of useless material. The Rambler
is the wheel for record breakers and
for pleasure seekers.
Various models, all the same price
-$zoo-catalog tells all about them
-free, of course.
60RMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. Co.,
WASH INGTON. D. C. -
SH ERIFF'S S AL E.
STATE OFSOUTH CAROLINA,
CoUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Jarrie S. Milster vs. John 13. Clark
B virtue of an execation to me
directed in the above entitled
',se, I have levied nponr and will sell
)efore the Court House do~r in Wirnus
ero, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN MA Y
eet, the following described property,
All that piece, parcel or tract of'
and, situate in thre County (of Fair
THREE HUNDRE~D AND TwENTT-SIX
cres, more or less, and bounded by
ands now or formerly of Johr- J.
elson, Reuben Bell. and Benjamin
loud, conveyed to Win. A. Clark by
Ied of W. II. Kerr, *. rd. P , of ,said
unt of lFairfield, sleted 7th Feb
nary, 1881. A ~re-.aid' tract oft hmud is
ituated in Townhip No. 6 and knowu
athe Arledge :iet.
Levied ueon as the-~ prooerw o (f John
. Clrk a1! the su t or Carrir . Mil
Terms of Sale- Cash.
It. E. E L.LISON,
hrifi ' Offi,$- F. C
Winnboro, S. C., A prii 53, 1895.
I WA every man and woman in the Unitedl
taes interested in the Opium and whisky
bits to have one of my books on these dis
iss. Address B. M. Woonley, Atlanta, Ga.
eox 8,a on wil be sent you free.
WE HAVE RECI
A HANDSOME LINE 0]
colors; also black and white.
A very choice selection of
of Spring Print.. A nice
Lawns, Nainsooks, Checked
style Embroideries, colored 1
This is to be a Lace Seasou
mind with an exquisite line
Miss Ketcui is back from market au
for ins.et; i.. Fuh of bea-tiata w-e
plt-.e. Conie anld -re,-ur t ew stock.
p a 1 o 1 rd e wil! 11or b" under-i
SHOES. ? SHI
New lot of Ladies' Oxfor<
We sell handsome Shoes
that give service.
We have on tbe way, to at
Duck, Crepons, Dimity, Hof
Come to see us, we wiil gi
MADE was christen
Send for Catalogue.
Apply for agency.
ANEW SUPPLY OF
- Points of Merit
Cheapest and Most Populai
Buy for profit, keep up tc
date and get the b,:.st. A nev
as low as con be bought ir
Columbia and Augusta. Save
your express charges.
a. W. PHILLIPS
Winsboro fln~g Store
C - -
CAI QBAI A ATN cF~
CAU TIN AOE PATNT SorCI
whdoyE2 A hvhdnarft eR s'F
al an scint. i b Jk en ntr . .
And see the line of New Spring
Suits which we are now daily receiv
ing. Never before has such a match
less stock in all the latest styles been
brought to this city, and never before
have such values been offered to the
people of this community. To open
the season we will ofl'r during this
week the following phenomenal values.
They are new goods, and an inspection
of them will reveal the beneficial effect
of the reduced tariff on woolen fabrics:
One lot of black and blue
Cheviot Sacque Suits at only
One lot of black Cheviot
Sacque Suits at only
One lot of beautiful gray
mixed Cheviot Sacque Suits
These are specials from amongst our
immense line, which embraces all the
other grades from $7.50 to $35.00 per
We are showing a beautiful line of
Youths' Suits, 14 to 15 years, at $2.50
to $15.00, and invite attention to three
special lines of Knee Pants Suits, 5 to
14 years, at $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00.
Our line of Furnishings contains all
that you require in Laundered and
Unlaundered Shirts, Neglige Shirts,
with attached and detached collars and
cuffs, an exqnkiite line of Neckwear in
the new weaves ard shades, and our
Spring shapes in Derby Hats are the
nobbiest to be had in this city.
M. L. KINARD,
THE PEOPLE'S CLOTHIER,
1523 Main Street,
COLUMBIA, 6. C.
A New ad Complete Treatmnent, consisting of
SUPPOSTORIES, Capsulee of Olntment and two
Boxes of Ointment. A never-failing Cure for Pilos
h tvry nature ad degre. Ic ck cn opertio
are painful and seldom a permwntn cure, and often
reuting in death, unnece..,sry. Why endure
oxes to cure any case. ou only nay fo
benefts received. 51 a box. 6 !or $3. Sent by mall.
Guarantees isscued by our agents.
CONSTI PA TlON F*aa.e'eive fles
the great LIVER and STOM Af .NEGULATOE and
BLooD PURJFIER. SmaU, mild and pleasant to
take, especially adapted for childrcn's usec. 60 DoiS
$$GUAiTEES Issued only by
WINNSBflR( DRUTG STolmE
Winnsboro, S. C.
C LE RK'S S A LE.
STAT E OF SOUTil CA ROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The British and American Mortgage
Company, Limited, againist J. C.
Dounrlass, individuall- and as Trus
tee, The Wininsboro National Bank,
WV. W. Brice, as survivor~ ot the
frm of Carpenter & Brice, Ilenry
N Obear, Attorney, and Julia R.
I N pursuance of an or-der of the
Co'urt of C'mmfoun Picas, made'l in
the above stated ease, I will ofi'er for
sale, before the Co'urt Ilon-e door in
Winboro, S C., en the
FIRST MONDAY IN MAY
next, wit hir; t be l.- a! ho'nra .f sale, at
pubi: u.n cry , to Ihe hite-i bidder,
t~e followin;g de.-cribe d p~roperty, to
"Allt t hat certin ii.ce-, p-crcel or
-t ltd ion of land, h ing, being and
i' ate in t he coniv of 1Faii fi.:ld and
St a e Oj Sou; hi Caro.li , eoi't ainlg
TCI HITEEN I11UNDRED ACRES,
noe or le-s, a ,il hon da-d e the ,".r-th
bv lansot of J1. C. D) mOe s and1 Tlhomiax
J D-mons, 'em b'. 1-mil- if Thbo..as
J. l~itnzia s, J:,hnii s. D)ouigh,st, Mar.
garet Brice :mnd (e-tamI (f John1 Pope,
southb by lands of D. L St ven-onl and
isabella Be.I, an wet? by landa of
Isabll-i hei: ait Jah 'll . Douglass,
being the samtie tract of land as that
conveed to J. C. Donglass by John S.
DougaSs on the 31st day of December,
1889, the Deed to whbich is recorded
in the Clerk's office in Book A. M.,
TERMS OF SALE:
"Oge-third of the purchase money to
be pid in cash, and the balance in
one anid two years from day of sale,
to be secured by the bond of the pur
chaser or purchasers and a mortgage
of the premnises sold, with leave to pay
the whole of the purchase money in
cash; and th-' bidder toi deposit the
sm of un-' hunudredI dllars with the
Cberk at the cl.,ce of the hidlding as an
e rnest of the bonafides of his bid, and
in ase or failure to do so, the Clerk
shall immediately resell the premises
wi lout fut tiger ot der fr< m thi< t' er."
Tn pur1cha~ser to~ pay for- ali n;ece
saypapers. R.II JENNINGA.
Cler, '- Oflice 4 . C. C. P'. F. C.
Winsba ro, .- -., a ~ pil 6, 1895.
luzulu t grouh
-- rto it Youthfl Clr.
AE SS EA NOSSCRI
~ yTubular Cushions, help when
else falls,aglasses help es.w
' SILKS FOR SHIRT WAISTS IN
Blae and Black All-Wool Serges for
Percals. A very pretty and large lot
assortmen~t of White Goods in plain
Muslins, etc. A beautiful lot of new
'mbroideries for shirt waists.
, and we are ready to sapply the de
Lu great variety of styles. Prices low.
d our Millinery is now ready
w goods at prices that will
Everl effort will be made to
)ES. . +
Is in all qualiuies and styles.
Shoes that are comfortable and Shoes
-rive this week, Dress Goods, Lawne,
iery, Mits, etc.
ye you great value-for your money.
)WELL & UFF.
ght in Weight.
Beautiful in Finish.
D. GASH COMPANY,
Apples anid Cabbage,
Apples and Cabbage,
Fine line Cigars
Glenn Springs Water,
Glenn Springs Water.
Shad Wednesday and Satur
1ER. F. I. II18EIIII,
If You Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Our seat frames are made of white
ash, thoroughly glued together at corn
ers and a sytrmetricai skirt cut on
Panela are made oval by arranging -
the mrachine with a special rig we have
gotten op, so that when the seat is
fiu:ished ii presenats a convex surface,
thus- causing the varnish to show to
goed advantage, anid giving~ the vehicle
a banndsomne apipearance. - ' eats are
thoritoug 'ly ironed to a pattern s. that
triey are all a:,ke, anid backs and tops
a e i:aserchanrgeable. The advanatage .~
tf this is i bat if von have <ne of ounr
:,nggies ansi waial a en-hion, back or
top we cana sewl ion ore to fit. Paneb
a e mcade of Blae Ridge Mountain
Our seats are msade by Mr. Cicero
Moore w i'h a comapetent corps of as
We prosudlv chal.--nge the world t.
co cspare seats w lih u<.
.'.r. W. M. Patrik,. acf Woodwiard,
ha- .eern-iv areeptler the agency for
our prodnct in his vicit'., anid will
be pleased to) e*xLain to on the iunera
of the "PREMIUM CAROLINA
CAROLIN " UG -C
Yorkville, S. C.