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WHO THEY ARE.
Names of Candidates For Senate
and State Officers.
CAMPAIGN NOW OPEN
There Are Five Candidates for tho
t.hlitcd States Senate, Two For
Governor, Throe tor Superintendent
of Education, Five for Railroad
Commissioner, and Only One for
Knoll of the Oilier Stale Olli? es.
Tho political campaign In this
stine may ne said to bc fairly open
MOW, und soon il will be in full blast
hu? Ute n.om-.:aiu lo the sea. The
?a) un ly Conventions meei on Monday,
day I. ami the Slate Convention will
neel on May L'U, Candidates are be
ing brought out by their friends, and
soon Cicy will be all out, Tho can
didates for Culled Sta ti s Sen alor aro:
Messrs. o H. Martin, .lohn Cary
IO va ns, (Seorgo Johnstone, IO. [).
Smith and I). C. I loyward. From ex
pressions In the county press, ll ap
pears lo ho tho opinion timi the race
is bel ween IOx-CoV. Kvans and 10x
Cov. Heyward, bul Mr; Mai lin seems
to object lo thu promulgation of this
opinion, and doubtless tho other can
didates do also, bm they ?lo not ex
press themselves as does Mr. Marlin.
Some Past History.
lu 1902, when Messrs. lOvnns and
Johnstone wert! also candidates for
tho senate, the vote In tho lirsi pri
mary slood :
William Elliott, 13,658.
.lohn Cary 10 va ns. I 7,893.
J. ,i. Hont phill, i 3,2G I.
I), s. ii end orson, I :;,77 I.
(leo. Johnstone, 18,550.
A. c. Hu li titer, 22,07 l.
Total 05,1 1 0.
The second primary was between
10 van s and Ladner, and in Hie sec
ond election ML Evans received 30V
;;7i voles and Mr. La H m or 53,800.
Mr. lattimer binnu, elected by a ma
jority of 17,?10; over Mr. Kvans. Mr.
lOvans had been defeated for the sen
ate by .lohn L. MciJUUriu In 180" and
again by Joseph ll Karie in 1896;
In the year I ?102, Capt. I loyward
made his eillry Into politics and thu
vote in the hist primate ros ul ted as
l o I lo ws ;
H. C. Ilevward. 30.1)51..'
M. K. Ansel. , I 7,085.
W. J. Talbert. I 8,2 i 8,
J. ll. Tillman, 1 0,398
W. II. Timnierman. (5,5 I .
The second rare Wils hOtWCoil Hoy
ward and Talbert ami I lie vole re
sulted: lieyVard. 50,830; Talbert,
lu. in i. Capt iloywitrd beim; olect
eil by a majority ot' I 0 '.>'.??>1 lu Ifni
Hov . Iloywlird was re elected Without
The vear 1002, also saw the poli
tical debut ol lion ll. lb Martin, who
in I hal year vvas first, a candidate for
He- oilice of state superintendent bi
education against Ibm. John J Mr
Mahan. ri-Colvlng 18,850 vol es against
?15,801 tor Mr. Mc.Mahan, there be
i il g only (wo contestants. Since Hum
Mr. Mai'Hll has not had opposition
fbi this Oilice, being reelected in
I Of)?j and I uni;.
The (gubernatorial Huco.
The withdrawal of Mr. l<'0iUhor
sloiie from the race for governor
leaves the Hon. c. L. Itlea.se, sentilor
from Newberry, as (li? only candidate
Ugliiltsl Hov Ansel Mr. 11 lea se was
always a si a I wa ri stale dispensary
supporter lind since that institution's
?I holli lon lc has ionio out on an ex
tended local option platform. Hov.
Ansel Hu Hm other hand announced
bis platform ibis yeal' to be restrict
ed local option, favoring a law mak
ing lim entire slate prohibition with
the righi io counties io exempt them
selves by majority vote and sell
whislt v through county dispensaries.
In 1000, when he was elected gov?
tumor, Mr. Ame! favored the present
county option system, and in 1002;
whoa he was defealed, he favored
Cie -late dispensar^ IIS "Hie bes! SOill
tioli of the liquor ijuesl iou." Hof o re
thal lime h.- bad been regarded, as a
prohibitionist I Mr Ansel, while a
man of positive personal convoitons
Iris alwa.vs hoon a ?lose student ol
popular sentiment Ulli his successive
platforms indicate Hie j rend of pul.
lie opinion ni ibis staid fairl.v well
during Hie hist few years Thal the
prohildtioists will be con (eil I io have
aitch a law cthiClcd as Mr. Ansel now
adv?cale-, seems evident from Mr.
Koa (her: 1 ?lie's' vv ii lui ra wa I.
i >i her Slate Ofllecs.
Mr M." Hu noi being a candidate
for ro-elc, Hon Ibo Wll> is open for
a new man in Hid oilice of Slate Sup
erintendent of Education. County
Superintendent of Education IO. C 101
more, ol Spart a 11 mi rg, was Ibo fl rsi
to annoimce and he has made a pre
Um hun'y campaign, county Superin
tendent S. H Mellich uni?, of Ornnge
liiirg, was ii bs I to announce and he
lias also dum- much work. UncontlY
Hr d' J. IO Sw'CariOgOn; ol' Cedar
Si. ?..'a Inst ll ule ?i a no n aced bis ciin
? nillee ?d' railroad commissioner
e . ways oohloMed for. Commission
er < ?11 .igliinan's term expires and be
p. a ennd id a to for re elect ion. So
Hu i. i t known I hat he will have op
po ilion from Mr. J. A. SUnil?iors?fL
of Columbia, Major Hishburne, Of
A BRUTAL MURDER
DIDN'T INTIOND TO TO ICI LL ANY
l?A I IT I0 Uli AK I >K ItSON.
Hoped His Victim Would f)? Wealthy
American or F.nglish Tourist, Who
Ho Could ltol>.
The shoperd. Joseph Michaud, who
murdered Robert M?ndiger, a yoting
Swiss Alpinist, on the Col de Dalmo
lani August, has boon sentenced to
life imprisonment at Martlguy, Switz
The crime was perhaps tho most ro
markahle ever co in m it ted hi thc
Alps. According to Michaud's confess
sion, which was made with great cal
lousness, he lay in wait on the Col de
Dalmo for days, Intending U murder
the Hrsl unaccompanied tourist who
Ho hoped his victim would bc a
rich Kngllshnutn or American, and
his Intention was to leave Switzer
land willi the proceeds of thc rob
bery and io come lo Aniel icu, where |
ho hoped io make his fortune.
.Michaud explained thal he had
thought ibis oui carefully while at
tending to his dock, and had conclud
ed thal ho would remain a shepherd
to (he end ol' his days unless ho co ti ld i
make a coup |>y murdering and rob-j
binn a weall hy tourisl.
"Many KtigHshmcu passed." said
Mit hand in his confession, "but they
were all accompanied by relativos or j
Finally Mtur/.lger appeared. Ho
Intended crossing tho Col de Du I tue
and descending io Clucibnlx, waenco
he meant attempting an ascent of
Mont Hlanc When near tho summit
o? UH- Col de Mit'liiVe Michaud at
tacked him with a hunting knife and
si; Plied him to death. "
Michaud robbed thjo body, strip
ped it of clothes, ami then nulled it
nuder som?! rocks. He forget, bow
er li ii move th,, traces ot tho crime,
and guid?s who searched the precipic
es of the Col do Dalmo tor a week
finally discovered the evidences of a
struggle, which led io Munziger's
nod;. inc. dislntcred.
Mil baud aroused suspicion ?ll a
neighboring village by displaying a
watch Which afterward proved lo i.
Miinztger's. When the shepherd was
arrested he was wearing the dotier
ol' the murdered man. Ile sliowcu
creal unconcern and laughed and
joked with de gendarmes.
His booty amounted lo a about $f>
and Michaud's only regret was Hint,
he hud killed a Swiss instead of a
wealthy foreigner, "i was too has
ty," lo i oin plained to Hie indee dur
ing his trial, "bul I had been wailing
so lone, I hal I had become impatient."
W I I.I) l l KIMI.WT NI IS\.N< I..
Hindustan f*1i?nr?rs Complain of Durn
um- Dono hy l*nchy<leriiis<
.\t Calcutta, India, the Doors Plan
t?is' Association has appealed to tho
government for help in ridding tho
tho cohulry of wild elephants, whose
pranks arc becoming intolerable.
Thotigh no actual '.rogues'.' are re
ported or less bf life, crops aro said
to !>e iradiplcd on, fences lorn down,
roofs polled off, and many roads ren
dered Impassable by thc pntrollhfi <>i
these mischievous pachyderms. Tho
most sei ions matter, however, is in
I Ol'I'll pt ??II ol' railway tra thc, tor the
brutes exhibit a tjiteor pr?dilection
tm- wandering on the line, which ls
a narrow gauge, and therefore ren
ders Ibo (rains specially liable to de
railment should they meet au obsta
cle when running at night or lound
curves in tie- day time.
A NOT ll KU s.\l ?<: HO I tl HOD.
Ycggmcii l'huer stores unit Take
Th). Hundred Dollars,
Ai (Ireenvtlle Tuesday morning
sale crackers entered the branch sion
rn' Carpenter Droitiers and blew Upon
Hie silfo, securing in the nlghhdrhontl
ol' ?:t(Hi. The Sllb-postoinoo WHS lo
cated in i he building ami . i I nf t he
money belonged io ?he tiovorumout.
The building is located on Washing
Ion ; I ree: . in a lew yard . of I In
Southern depot und tho robbery' was
.i (larina piece of work, as 1 hero is
constant passing on ile' si reel ai all
hours ol' the n|ght. lt is I hough)
thai Hu- robbers blew Hie safo open,
just as a passenger train rolled Into
i he yards, I ho noise from Hie train
drowning the report ITO tn Hie explo
Charle; ton, Ma jor ll \V ltiehardson,
I' Columbia, "Can/.ler of Tirzah," and
perhaps ol hors,
ll appear.; now thal Hie other stale
ollleials will nm have opposition, Sec
rel a ry of state McCowu, Attorney
(ioneral Lyon, Comptroller Honorai
.iones, stale Treasurer Jennings, Ad
JUtrint (lOUei'al lloyd. However, the
campaign has iusl sinned and tho
election j? yet funny months off, bul
the entries for slate oillCCS clo.,,- in
In I OOO I he total \ Otc in I he lira:
priinuiw ran to about ft7,OOO and
lhere was much 1 merest in the race
lor governor and at lorne-, gciinrnl
as well ,1: for ibo legislature.- ami
count.v rillle?s. Wiih a warm fight fdr!
state and co ll ll ly oliices Ibis year. ? hi
l?la! vol,, may KO lo I no,non. Ai any
tate, io win Hie candidate should
make sun- of at le.isl liftj thousand
RAISE THE DEAD.
Machine That Restores Ute When
the Vital Spaik s
SEEMS ALMOST GONE.
The .Most Itomttrkabie Invention I-'illrs
Inert laings With Oxygen and Thus
Neutralizes All Poisons-A Hobbit
mu] a Dog Pronounced Dead Leun
from ibo Table Alter Iso of the
Respirator on Tin m.
lt WHS ii ii no i) need sonic timo ago
ihiii Professor (Icorgo Poe, or Nor
folk, Va., had invented an "artificial
respirator machine thal would raise
the tiead Thor*.' has josi boen com
bloted ;o Norfolk hy Professor Poe ?
.>nd sdve'rt'il inquiring scientists a ser
ies ol umn/.liig successful experiment
wph the H"io cdiUriyano.o which mo
chuhlcnlly inn.-. oxygon, tho breath of
Hie, into mort lun^s.
'I'tlosU wlio vVltiHtySed the tests aro
(ll inly cons ?le ei? Hint thousands of
lives may bo saved hy the "brass
r.eaii." which is v.hai Poe's machine
praoMcall.x is. li viii bo especially
valuable in itasca ol suspended an i mil
lion caused i.'. drowning, by .mts as
phyxia! ion in mines, mid by coma
resultant upon typhoid lever ?md oth
Professor Poe. by lotting (he con
trivance force upon him inhalation
mi cxhulntiou ot oxygen, was enabled
io stop breathing for ten minutes.
Animals, declared dead beyond all
doubl hy ibo visiting physicians, were
revived in a few minutes and wore
able io scamper om of the operating
Practically, though liol literally,
of course, the artificial respiration
machine brough! ibo dead to life and
the experts Hay ii will work equally
well on human beings.
Professor Poe's machine is built as
near as possible ulong 'he lines of
the human heart It is about eigh
teen iuilf - in height, with (wo cyl
inders correspondu^ to tho ventri
cles and auricles of the heart -and
hilo) mid outlet valves. Double
tubes enter Ibo larynx ami 'nostrils
of i lie patient .
Roughly, I bc contrivance resem
bles ;i bicycle pump While one sot
of lillies draws off I lie poisonous
lltlids and gases from the lungs, the
oilier set fonos in the life yH'.ng
The hist experiment was upon
Socrates,'- a pel rabbit on tho Poe
farm. li was given two grains of
morphine, enough! io Kill a man.
Then Immediately four ounces ol
oilier were adUiiititdorel. The physi
cians pronounced ile1 rabbit uean, af
lier all ordin?r; re.- toral iv- ., failed.
The machine wa.- then applied and
within iliree minutes ile effects of
tho poison and anesthetic v ere drawn
ott, and Socrates jumpo I fr.lill the
table and hopped away. A large dit;
was then killed and br in v. h i f:u li to
life again within live minnies..
Titi) doctors present realized then
Hun many of the evil and after oi?octa
of anesthesia could be doneitway with
hy Ibo machine. And lhere dawned
upon i h< ni another side ?u i s value,
which had rallier a humorous aspect,
Intoxication, ? wits found, contd bc
cured in a fe" minutes
This expon.noni was actually hind*.
Tho machine was applied i<> a hilar
iously drunken man drew off the
poisonous alcoholic fumes and lie
straightened om in I h roe m i nu les.
Sim . Iben, ii has been said, Professor
Poe bas In en approached willi a prep
osition o. manufacture pocket re
spirators for this purpose.
Infant usphyslu, that ?I:ead accom
paniment of birth, which stilles many
a life before it hay fulrb ..tailed lo
; exist, may id- o lie wiped oui Oy Hie
'respirator. Di' .1 P .lark-on ami
Professor Poe willi n mhiniurc tine
chine, saved ?he life of a baby al
iiei'keicy bo.I week, The machine did
the breathing-' foi" He* child until ii
was able i,) sirike out for itself.
I Throughput Hie Virginia country
I folks regard Pnd'essor Pee as a mod
ern mirue.lo-worker. Despite bis per
sistent declaration.'- 'bal bis invention
nu rcl\ an aid lo Ile aller il has
?led. file co ll li tr.\ people call bini ila'
I "raiser of I be ?lead
Many poisons, have writo n to Poe
asking him io I ry and restore Mic
to reiht ives who have bein dead for
weeks, months and even y, hrs, lb'
is engaged now in inti nu fueliirlnp sev
eral ies| italois which will be lested
in Up- leading hospitals ol Hie COUU'
. i ry.
I i I lins t)P GAKIlUTSON,
! Informal ion Wanted ol a Captain in
the l'ilj(cd Slates Army.
The Charleston Post says Post
master \Y. I. Ilairis bas received a
helier from Attorneys Lyon & Lyon ->f
j Wa bin:,ion. I? C. asking for Infor
mai i ni about heir;; ol' ono Charles
: Can el.-on. a captain in the United
States army, who tiled lil Charleston
' in I s7 I. Tim teller slates Illili
ii is very much lo I he interest of the
I heirs lim! they should he known and
I'osl niasior Harris, desiring to con
tribute his services lo the tame, will
hii glatl io receive ti nj information in
; he muller I hot ho may h? able lo
forward to thc Washington it Uer*
A MONEY MAKER.
O TNT Y DISPIONSAIHIOS AUE MON
lOV GKTTINCI INSTITUTIONS.
Have Dono About Sumo Rosiness as
Former Stilt?; Dispensary Willi
Much Mom Profit.
During the (inuitor ending March
.'il tho county dispensaries .sold
$7!)0.i)t> 4.01 worth ol whiskey in
counties, ol' which ono lins sin e
gono dry. On this business sn aver
ago profit of xii por cent, was made,
ibo total profit boin? $268,041.98.
This is at thc rate ol' over a million
dollars a year profil.
According to the statement, recent
ly p repu rod hy Comptroller General
.Iones the state dispensary during its
thirteen years of business paid into
the stole treasury for all purposes the
sum of $ l I. I 07.57.
The proportion of profit paid lo
Mu: counties ami towns varied at dif
ferent Hine, hut Ibo total profit ol
Lin? Sim?' dispensary, even when there
were dispensaries in forty-one conn
ues did noi roach one million dollars
per year, or thirteen million dollars
in the years thal ii was in operation.
.According io thc report made
Dispensary Auditor W'osl lo (lovernor
Ansel al tho (lose of the fiscal year
th? total amount of sales hy the
county dispensaries during the nine
and a fraction mont bs they were
operated In li)O? was $2,691,06:5.-Di,
on which tho net profit declared was
The business for a tull year, or ll:
months, runs easily in excess of three
million dollars, which was the high
waler mark for tho stale dispensary,
while the profil of ibo county dispen
san system for twelve months rmi .
in excess ol" one million dollars,
which tho state dispensary uever did
attain, though its founder predicted
Though linne ure now dispensaries
in only twenty-four counties the pro
Ill from tho county dispensary system
is proportionately so much greater
thal from the state dispensary, and it
is distributed between the county and
towns, thal as a revenue producer
the county dispensary is going to
prove moro popular Iban thc old sys
tem, and for thal reason, if for no
other, lt ls moro di dbm lt to vole it
OUt than it wa; lo close the CO Hilly
?dispensaries under the so-called
Drice Act under the stale dispensary
regime, when prejudices and antag
onism to tho state dispensary had
something to ?lo with tho large pro
hibition volo east in several counties
Of tho sinos
A man's lioonr can he pawned, but
il can't be redeemed.
Wauled-Second-hand Hags and Dur
lap. .\n> quantity, anywhere. Wc
pay freight. Richmond Hag Cd;.
Wanted-Von lo send us > i < ii i plates
and films if you want the host re
sults. Wo guarantee satisfaction
Send a postal for our price list. I!
t?. Young Co.. Dox 1ST. Atlanta. Ga.
WATCH IOS AND .MO W101.li \ .
lOlgiii und Waltham Watches-High
grado .jewelry, d i rec I if.un factory
lo you, cutline om all middlemen's
prolits. Write for i?eani tidily il
la.-.; ral ed catalog No M. flee IO
M. Schien. IOS Astor Place, Jer
sey City, N. .1.
WA NT 101)-T10AC1I IO KS.
Teachers Wanted-tirade Teachers,
Principals, Supts., Specialists. Di
root call:,. Kail openings through
OMI Carolinas and entire South No
registration fee required Write
Carolina branch foi ''Yard of nut
Record ." Kosler Teachers' Uurouu,
'Clinton. S. c
FOR SA MO-MISCIOtil.?XIOOrs.
Shingles! Shingles! Shingles--?Weare
wholesale dealers; car lot orders
solicited ; we are m poa* ion io lili
ail orders prompt ly. stevens &
Cato. Mondia, S C
j For Sale ( heap-One Rilger Dread
Mixer, (me Thompson Moulding
M ulline; four Dread Presses; (wo
Dread Troughs; one Cake Machine.
. Diane Moulds; and many otllCl
Ihliigs used io a (lrsi.-c.lnss bakery
Apply io D. IO Riley, Orangebiirg.
! s. c.
For Sub--- ('ha rb .-aon Wakefield ('ah
bago plants*. .'."<? io $ I no per 1,000.
j Leghorn KggSi 50 ceii-ts per dozen,
j Cabbages. $ I ?50 per crate. T. .1.
j Hamlin, .lames Island, S <'
For Salo-Ono twelve horse power
Dlakosloy Gasoieud lOngine, cheap
Also lol ol shafting, pulleys, ole
Apply to I. io Riley, Orangetuirg,
KOItSAIil I0GGSAN Dl'OPI/rm .
Onus for Hali bing-Haired I I ,V limul h
Rock and S. (' DM,nu Leghorn,
iii on per sil I in;; of 15, packed and
i o. b. I*u re il eek. New I.mod.
Illy! hewooil Dolli t ry Yards, Dlylhe
wood. S. C.
lOggs from our Celebrated Thorough
bred Dri/e Winner, lllack Monoicas
and While Plymouth Rocks. $1.50
per i.v. \\e guarantee seven chicks
or replace Hie order. Kraiik iO. Hal!.
Dai tow. Ha.
from Ambush While Ho Was
Riding Along the Road
IS FATALLY WOUNDED
Mr. J. R. Hims Assassinated Near ?the
Steno of a Fight Ile Hod n Few
Weeks Ago Midi Mr. W. Hampton
Stogncr, in Which tho I/at ter Was
Mortally Wounded-The Assassin
A dispatch from Lancaster io Tho
Stato says .1. H. Sims, j, farmer of that
conn ly, was found on Wednesday
lying face downward abott! three
miles from Lancaster, with whiil i.
bolieved to bo a monal wound, hav
ing been shot from aiubnsh, His
lefi side is lilied wil h buckshot,
Ki v. K. O. Thompson ina.le (ho dis
covery and ai once summoned Dr.
lt. H. I'll I lott, who attended tho
iv o up d ed man. ii is believed thai
his wound i-; hi tn I.
Sims' body was found almost ni
tho identical spoi at which tho dilli
OUlty bel ween Hampton Stenger ami
himself occurred on February 3, last,
in which both men used He ir pistols,
Stenger receiving a wound which re
sulted in his death ai a ('hosier hos
pital the following day. Sims, In the
difficulty, escaped without injury.
Sims was tried for the killing of
Stognej" at the last term of court, the
case resulting In a mistrial. There
is no clue to the assassin of Sims.
DEADLY TYPHOID FEVER.
An Augusta Furn Hy Stricken With
tl?" Terrible Diseuse.
A dispatch says there is a small
epidemic of a malignant form of ty
phoid fever in certain Sections ol
Augusta. Sunday morning, Mrs. K.
D. Sibley, widow of the late Ohas.
Sibley, died at the home of her moth
er, Mrs. Huncau. .Inst a week ugo
her sister, Miss Duncan, died of Ilia
same disease, and at this time Mrs.
Sibley's two J1 Lt lo children and lier
mother, Mira; Duncan, aro seriously
i.i of the same malady,
Stop daily at G
p. ra. Saturday
Pillion ling and
! Tliii-ty-Two Cent Cotton.
KOR SAJ.IO WRt.son'H c?IM>r*t?*#
Improved "Summer Snow" upland )<>p
j uta pl? cotton need. Makc.-i !ml? ..??'.,
I more v?r nor? ordinary laud under fahr
; conditions; noll? for 17 ty to lt remix
? pound. Racily picked. Qlnned \rj
Helen.'the 19-inonths-old daughter
of Mr. and .Mrs. Odom of Greenville,
drank a bottle of gasoline and, died
twenty minutes later on Wednesday.
on ordinary ?aw gin, rstapl 1 \ us
IS Inches. Prie*?: 1 baut-"i :* I
buahol/s *<.0O; 6 banbedi* aod ivtr ?4
$1.00 p?r bimbel, W, W. Wamon. >"r-?
grieto*. Summortaod Wrm. BuXamwticm,
Why buy an Or? a II from the Peddler?
When yon can buy a superior organ
from your factory representativo for
loss money, and on easier terms, and
have absoluto protection in tho guar
antee niven by tho makers. We make
low prices and grant from one to two
years, without interest, for settlement
and only bind the organ as security.
Wo save you money and supply Organs
that will provo a life loan pleasure.
Write ut once for catalog and special
prices and terms to theold established
MALONE'S MUSIC HOUSE,
I Pianos and Organs. Columbia, S. 0.
TH BJ ONLY HOUSE IN COLUMBIA CARRYING TUE
"ORIGINAL GEM IVE CANDY RELT.",
Curry Also Rubber nm! Leather Holt.
Write us for prices on anything in Machinery Supply Line.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY.
528 West Gervais Street. COLUMBIA, S. C.
It is a recognized fact that no
"Snowdrift" user ever uses any
other cooking-fat, for "Snowdrift"
-the Standard of quality---is
purity itself, made by Nature in
the green fields of the Sunny
South. The top-most grade of
cotton seed oil refined by our
original Wesson process. No
hog-lard in it. Wholesome, eco
nomical, digestible, healthful. As
good as butter for all cooking
purposes, and much cheaper.
V*-THE . SOUTHERN ?COTTON . OIL . CO
' rV A- a > }i >} k :Sava t v mhMtl a Phi A cw i)i */< '// / ?.v Cl >/< v ino
I have indi several years experience In growing Cabbage plano ?nd alt.
other km.N of vegetable plants for tlic traje, vii: Beel plinto, Onion plants.
Colloid plants, mut lomat?) plants,
I now have ro.ot >. foi shipment Beet plants and Cabbage plants a.i follows
fatly Jersey \S akeficlds, Charleston Large Type W akcflelds, ami Henderson Su?
rcMiofif). I hese being the best known reliable varieties to all experienced truck
farmers. These pl.-nw arc ? own out in the open air near ?alt water oud
iwill Maud jeverc cold without injury.
?.rices: H OD tor 500 plants. In lois of 1.000 to 5,000 at lt 50 per thou
I saud, 5,000 M'J.OOi) at $l.}5 per thousand, 10,000 and over at tl.00 per thousand.
Wc luve Special low I'xpress rutes on Vegetable plan's from this point. All
unters will he .shipped C. O. l). Iinlcf.9 you prefer sending money with order?.
I would advise ?cn lin;: money willi orders. Von will save tho charges for
returning the 0 < ? D's.
Other plano will bc ready in February. Your orders will have my prompt
?nil personal attention. When In need of Vegetable, plants give uio a trial order;
I guarantee satisfaction. Address ill orders to
GIBBES Guaranteed Machinery.
INCLUDES GASOLINE AND STEAM ENGINES, POUT
AHLE AND STATIONARY BOILERS, SAWMILLS,
EDGERS, PLANERS, SHINGLE, LATH. STAVE AND ?
CO H N MILLS, COTTON GIN S, PRESSES, DIRCK *
MAKING OUTFITS AND KINDRED LIN Es.
Our stock is (ho most varied anal complete in thc
Southern States, prom pl shipment being our special*
ty. A postal card will bring our ealOStilUU.
GI RUES M A CI I IN KR Y COMPANY, I X Box ?0, Col?mhlj?, b. C,