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ABOUT MAD DOGS.
HOW THEY GET TUE HOURI Bl,IO
Uow You Can Get lt Yourself and
What to in? Quick-The Pasteur
People should avoid hundiing dogs
nt ali timos, hut more especially (lur
ing the warm summer, as a dog's
saliva may he ru 11 of germs of rabies
several days before li "goes mad"
with that disease, ll is enough if he
licks your hand or your faro, and
the skin ls broken [deviously so thal
the germs lind entrance to the circu
Bight hero, lou much emphasis
cannot he placed on tho absurdity of
tho old superslitulion (hat If the
dog (hat biles you should, at some
future time,have rabies, you nl
tllOUgll never again billon would
havt> to die ol' thal disease!
lu ike case of your pet dog, ir lie
is nu.ro.se nm! sullen lhere may be
a possibility that he is In tho early
stages of rabies. it has been de
monstrated as ti fallacy Hutt rabid
dogs dread thc sight ol' water, lt is
only human beings in thal condition
who go into convulsions al Ino sight
of waler. A rabid dog is thirsty. Ile
would uko io drink, bul on a Hem pi
ing to do so his throat contra?is ow
ing to Hie paralysis ol' its muscles
that is characteristic of tho disease.
If your dog approaches eagerly
when you offer him waler, puts his
tongue lo ii bat cannot swallow, and
perhaps gags. h..s convulsions and
froths at the mouth, then you had
belier have him :.; or.eo examined for
rtibles being, of course. oxlreiUely
careful lo allow none of Iiis salive tb
Careful td allow none of his saliva to
Human beings afflicted with tho
disease, being nore scusutiw, more
imaginative and apprehensive, aro,
throw.'-. inl'< convulsions ni the mere
Bight of water -especially wadu"
from a (np suddenly I urned on. An
ticipating the mi of drinking, the
throat paralysis asserts Itself and the
w inde Infected nervous system is con
Tho favorite brooding place of tho
germs pf rallies ls Hie nerve centres.
Tho original germs Ira vol fro ni tho
point of iniei lion through tho circu
lation, Infecting all the rn-rves ol' tho
body ?ind besieging, as I hey multiply,
the spinal cord and the nerve centres
of tho brain.
As tho disease progresses there is
more and more paralysis of all tho
nerves and muscles. That of the
throat is particularly noticeable he
cause of the dllllculty of swallowing.
Hut quito early lln-re are jerky mo
tions of the legs In walking, and of
the arms when they they are used.
Applicants for I real nient at Hie
Pasteur Inst ii nie in New York who
show these signs on entering are Im
mediately subjected lo other tests.
Sometimos the Pasteur physicians
will blow a breath Ol' lill' suddenly
in the patient's direct Ion. Even
thal slight, sudden drought of air
has heen known to throw an appli
cant for treatment Into convulsions.
A certain patient who complained
of thirst, bm could take ho water,
suggested un experiment tb one of
the nurses. She divided a peeled or
ange hilo small luis. One of. these
slie offered lo him Ile opened his
mouth lo receive it. bul Hie moment
tho mois! object touched his lips his
teeth closed With a siia|i. ll was ?1
Siglllll from Hie paralyzed throat.
in addition to the Indications refer
ed to, thc eye. bf r?bl?s patient s are
enlarged and have a look ol' anxiety,
sometimes of terror. Wherever there
are nerve.- lo actuate muscles lue
disease shows Itself.
Infection willi raides is most dan
gerous Whore tie- nerves are nearest
Hie surface. Communication to the
spinal cord mid lirai ? is ilion tjtiickori
When the face ts Hu- point ol' Infec
tion, morl.'lily is su per ceil I.: hands
and arm. (10 per cent.; the lower ox
1 rotuli Kies, 30 per cent. Infection
at the end of Hie fingers is also par
lie lilli cly uni .n i unnte. owing ld the
centering of nerves there directly
henea I li the skin.
Don't plac e any r'l llllliee Oil thal
hoary "mndstotie" sujiersl ii pt ion
Tlie most approved "nuidsioho" are
(boons halls composed noisily of lilli.',
ejected frdiii Hie stomach of a hoi
or cow. or other ha i 1 covered animal
Hint scratches itself w it li ii s longue.
Naturally, this fibrous mass will
stielt to a moist wound hui il is no
more otllcacioiis in removing germ-!
Of Infection than a piece ot blotting
The charaet?rlsHc nuuiliestatlons
ol' rallies ?ire lound in Hie large nerve
(...Hs. principally of the brain. They
nie crimson colored bodies in those
Cells, which are never found except
where rabies is weil developed.
This discovery was made known lo
the medical world in 1003 I? Negri,
of the University hf hiv hi, Haly ami
name lins been glVf?l to Hie little
crimson spots which th" autopsy dis
covers in (ho nerve cells of victims ol'
rabies, now known lo medical science
as "Negri bodies."
Dong before this, in i ss.".. Pas
teur recognized rubles as a germ tits*
ea e and advocated Hie preventivo
?Cr tl 111 treatment willi which lim name
is identified. One year later Hi" ori
ginal Parleur Institute was opened lu
Taris. Prom thal lime until I'.Mi:.,
Inclusive, 20,201 persons had been
treated nt this instil ute.
Tile success of tho treatment wa
remarkable, aCter Hu? preparation nf
CUT AT CHURCH DOOR
PRIEST STARRER WHIM; SHA lt?
INO HANDS IN CHURCH.
Ut nek on Pastor C;ICN?I?'*I n l*llllic in
Missouri, and Two Moro Wore Slash
ed by Wealthy Partner.
Standing itt tho doorway of his
church at Salisbury! Mo., shaking
hands with tho departing members
of his congregation, thc Rev. Father
Joseph F. bu holey was twice stubbed
by Joseph Sch nette, a prosperous
larmer and one of (he most promin
ent members of Iiis congregation,
tine or i he knife thrusts made a deep
wound in the priest's temple and the
other eui his neck ?ess (han a half
loch I'rom tho .insular volta. The
priest was hurried to a hospital where
it was staled he has a fighting chame
< Vealed a Panie.
Th" slabbing of the priest caused
a panic among tho men and women
wlio were Illing oui ol" the church, as
pi ad ?cally all ol' them knew Schnette
and the mein hors of his family, who
wer-' standin.!; close, hy when th.- lar
mer whipped out his lons knife. His
wile and live children reached the
door in time to see a do7.cn men sil
ting on the raving mau. trying to
subdue him. lt is evident thal the
larmer became suddenly insane, as
I"' had no reason tor his attach on
1 lie ;,i 'esl. and in addi' ion had hoon
tiding queerly for a fow days previ
The police of Salisbury also are
convinced Schnette is insane. He
has been ravins almost constantly
since he was locked up. Later he
was sent to a sanitarium until bo
recovers his reason.
Attacked From Rebind.
The priest had finished his mass
ami had walked to (h? door ol' the
church to shake hands willi the
members ol' his parish as they loft
the building. There were llbOIlt 'IUD
worshipers presch I and they were
leaded lo Wit fd the door in small
groups. Father l.uhley was shaking
hands with a woman when Schnette
came up from hehiud. lu his hand
then' was a Shari) knife and just as
Hie priest dropped Hie hand ol' the
woman lu- tell a sharp cul on the
forehead. Willi an exclamation of
pain Father l.uhley turned around
and as lie did SO thc killie mach' a
deep wound in his neck. The priest
reeled and tell to the Moor, blood
streaming from his wounds. The
members of the congregation seemed
stunned for a moment and Hum wo
men screamed hysterically and rush
ed hastily lo the street.
Most ol' the men also seemed be
wildered, hui about a do/en ol' the
worshipers grappled with Schnette'.
Ile sll'UCll out wildly with his knife
mid cul i he hand 01' Mrs. Barbara
Hinter. who was trying to pass
through the door. John (?ates. Olio
ol' those who overpowered I he far
mer, was dashed Oil the elbow.
Schnette was one Of the wealthiest
farmers ol' Salisbury. due ot his
daughters was a chum ol' Father i.ub
oley's cousin, who lived with the
priest. Tin- two young women visit
ed mich other frequently, and Father
I .ll hidey abo dined often ttl Ibo home
Of Ibo man who tabbed him.
the scrum ami ?is administration had
been reduced io a system. Mortality
Hom Hie disease was reduced from
'.1 per cent during the ll rsl yea: to j
IS per cent in I 00,2
During I ha i period Pnsteur Institu
ios foi' the treatment of rabies were
established in most ol' the lar.se cities
of the United states. Al Hie presen!
lime thc mortality in cases treated
at tho New York Instituid has been
reduced to fi per cen I deducting
cases whore I ho patients nervous
system before applying for treal mehi
had become SO pernio;ited with serins
that death occurred od fore thc serum
could lake ..Heel
The wittie ol the Pasteur trent
mont is now so ll emly established
(hal ilie tut I Mos 1 ll sor li tn for rabies
is available io every physician, ll is
prepared In the laboratories of Ike
health departments of mosl of tile
The serum is obtained from I'llll
liiis Which have died alter heilig ili
oculaIod with Ibo fixed virus of Ibo
disease. Their death occurs in from
six lo SOVCIl days. Their spinal
.-ords, which contain the dchth-deiil
ins serins, are removed and dried in
hell jar- over sodium hydra!., for fif
leen days. This render the cord
ha rm less.
lt ls then crushed into powder and
Olli ll Isl fled in a normal salt solution,
ami is read) for use as hypodermic
I ii jeni lons lu tho first stage of tho
treatment' Tile subs?quent Iii joel ions
tire made with serum from cords thill
have been dried fourteen, thirteen,
twelve, eleven, len, nine days and
Finally, nu emulsion of a cord
dried only three days, which pracli
cally all Ps virulence, is Injected un
der the patient's skin, his system he
big now practically I in ni ti mo to tin
These Injections are made daily
for a period coverins fifteen to t.WOll
ly one days Tho I real ment is not
|hti H ftl I,OXOe|)l lol' thc slight smart
Caused hy the hypodermic needle
which is inserted through tho pn
Helli's Skill at the belt line, in Hu
case of human beings.
NEW YOltKER HELATES TE H KI
HEE AI )\'ENTURES.
Sudden Death of a Companion. [Mis
lead ('ll I Ileso Coolies mid Imprison
ment Without Trini or Heaving.
Three months lu s mlldowed
Chinese dungeon, on false Imprison
ment, has cured L. C.' Stewart, of
New York etty, of any desire to agaiu
retain lo the Oriental country. Ile
is now in Denver. Col., recuperating.
Here is his advice io young men who
think tliey are anxious to seek ad
venture in the Ear East:
"The Orient is no place for a young 1
mau and I would advise no one to
go there, our wost ern ideas of mora
lity and decency are soon lost in that 1
fount ry. Most of the while people.
Including Ihn women and oren a few
of the missionaries, lake to drinking
heavily in Hie Orient and seam un
able io slop. A general laxity of
morals results. lu (he European
(pluriels anything noes ami you do
anything you care to do without los- '
hlg casie so lom; as you do not make 1
loo much noise It's a good place to 1
slay away from."
The Terrible Muck Cholera. 1
Mr. Slow url was a liri tish collector 1
of roven tie with headquarters tit
Heng Kong. On one of his trips to I
Hi?' Interior he picked up an English- :
man by the natue of ('liarlos Frank,
was broke, and wanted to get out of ?
Hie country. On the return trip they 1
were riding together on lim hacks of
coolies, slates Mr. Stewart, when all
of a sudden Frank screamed, and
throwing Ills arms in the air foll on
Stew,ni. the black vomit pouring
from his inoul h. Wilkin IG minti- i
tes lie was dead. ?
.'The coolies lied panic, stricken |
ai (he sight," relaies Mr. Stewart,
"hill I (livered (WO ol' t llCIU With ll) V I
revolver and foi ced them to return.
\\ e made a rough pine box and burl
ed Frank, marking Hie spot with sion
es. Then, with my two coolies, I .
started for Hangoon, expecting that :
I myself would he si ricken any ino- I
meiii. The coolies knew Hie black '
vomit had fallen upon me and were ;
afraid lo come near nie. To my sur
prise I was not stricken and reach
ed Hangoon after a terrible trip.
False Story and Imprisonment.
"My ol hoi' coolies ?lad leached i
there Hie day before, and whin I was i
al once arrested and, without, a hear- i
?UK. thrown into prison, charged with
having murdered Frank. The ofll
cials would liol accept my ON.drna
I ion and I could not get t?'; v.o
make ah investigation. Then hogan ;
throe months ol' the worst torture a
mau could endure and still live. I i
was tn a foul, dark (i'll, dripping
with mildew and decay. Once a day
a guard would bring nu- a howl of
some tili 11> concoction thai only
unscaled ni". For days I wein with
out loud, lying on Hie dump Moor o?
"At lasi I received a call from Hie
lb ?Hi ll resident, ami after thal wai
allowed lo have a loaf ol' bt'Cnd lind
a pint of waler a day. I became de
lirious with lever in my conscious
moments was sure I was dying. After
seemingly endless weeks of suffering
an expedition was sent lo lind Frank's
"ll was at lasi hl'Ollghl lo Rnn
gOOli, and liiere an autopsy showed
thal lie had died from < bolera, as I
claimed. I was released in almost a
(lying condition. When I bad re
covered sulllclenlly io travel t went
io singapore, sein in my resignation
und went lo Manila. I never care lo
see China again."
SIKH I.H HE MUZZLED.
Ibis is Hu- Only Way to Stamp Out
The H ll reall ol' Animal Industry
of ibo Untied siaies Department of
Agriculture published the fullest in
formation respecting raides ?md its
iron i mont tts exports declare timi
rabies is one ol' Hie most easily eradi
cated m' all infectious diseases and
shorn! be st bili ped oui. 'I'his could
he done by muz/ding all dogs, as its
transmission by other animals is loo
rare lo need consid?rai ?on.
Willi all doe,.- mu/./.hal in Hie
United stales for a few days the dis
ease would disappear entirely, as has
hoon demons! i ab d by Hie experi
ence of oilier countries Tho de
partment, however, recognizes a illili
cult obstacle io overcome,
lu reality lhere ls no cruelty what
ever IlllliCted on a dori in causing it
|lo wear a lilli/,/le winn in publi?
places or running nt large. The
intimais soon become used lo i! and
manifest not the slightest incon
in Hie absence of mux/ling tho
disease will continue year by year,
causing conslanlly increasing sinni
hig, llnanclnl loss and death.
The department ellos Hint, owing
lo the enforcement of dog muzzling
laws in Holland. Sweden, Norway
und Oonuunj rubles in man has al- j
most disappeared In those countries, j
The same results are being observed
in England, lu Australia, where th-!
Infection has no' hoon allowed to
euler, I be (liseast
1 l's no wonder i
trary; just lok at
SAYS ITS A LIE.
THAT IS THE WAY MAYOR* HAUL
To Hui Charges Made hy Severn!
Newspapers that Biyan Received
Campaign Funds from Ryan.
in its last Saturday's tssuo. Ibo
Now York World, which wac ailtiod
with tho Republicans in tho national
olootlons of 189G and 1900. nu I
which will ho fighting tho hatti? of
tho Republicans in tho campaign of
inox, insinuates tlint Brynn, through
Ids brother-in-law, who was chair
man of the Democratic. Stale central
committee Of Nebraska, secured $20.
000 from Thomas 1>\ Ryan in 190 1,
to finance Bryan's candidacy for the
semite In Nebraska. Tho World. In
ils hiller haired of Bryan, descends
Into the dirtiest gutter, when it says
Hitit "aller" this contribution from
Byan, the Nebraskan "came oven"
to i he support ol' Bal ker, Insinuating
thai Bryan was bought.
The News and Courier endorses
Tina World's outrageous slander and
inwardly assault on Mr. Divan, and
sven heaps upon him meaner insults;
lea1 insults I lu* Democrats ol' tho
roi. ii try ind the Democrats ot Sont li
Carolina' by its attitude toward the
honest man who has been twice the
party's leader, and has been already
so chosen tor a third time by Sou tn
Carolinians: lu supplementing tin
Illach of The World. The News and
Courier says thal "Mr. Bryan is no
better than he ought to he does not
prove i bal he is not as good as a
practical politician can be. That his
pose is i Inp ol' au angelic Democrat,
belier than his fellows, is a little Ir
ritating, bul we still believe that per
sonally he is ol' a higher type of
probity than was the lalo .lame.; (;.
Blaine or M. S. ?Juay, and the living
Charles IO. Murphy and Roger Sulli
Lies of the Blackest Sort.
A dispatch from Omaha. Neb..says
lame:, c. Dnlilmnti, Mayor ol' Omaha
? ml member ol' Hie Democratic. Na
umai Committee Hom Nebraska, said
i'm .May in reference io Tho World's
n t ii b" on Thomas I ". Ryun's contri
bu? ion :
"Damnable lies ot" the blackest
sort' Pile il on im- a.- hard as you
want lo. I am the arch criminal in
ibis, and Bryan is absolutely blame
less. Bryan supported Parker during
Hie whole campaign, took the st um))
Tor him months before the money
was paid and never known of ils pay
"After the St. Louis COUVOntion
adjourned, the National Committee
und to select its chairman. Taggart
nf Indiana was a candidato, bul the
Customers were fm- Sheehan or
some other man fro lil tho Hast. Ue
lleving that a Western man would
make a heller head for the National
Committee I look np the fighl for
Tangari, who was elected al an ad
journed meeting a few weeks later.
"Sheehan asked me what were tho
chances for carrying Nebraska for
Barkel I told him no man living
could tell what Nebraska could do
until after the StiltO convention made
its nominal ion
'I came straight from New York
to the state convention in this State,
and there saw there was absolutely
no hope of cari.vin;; Nebraska for
Parker. I lliorofore wrote Sheehan
that money ami speakers sent here
would be wastc-d.
"Bater in the campaign, in October,
I saw we had a good chance (d' Oloct
C. W. Beige, our candidate for gov
ernor. and I seul T S. Allen lo Now
York to see if he could get some
financial help for lin- Stale ticket.
We got $1 fi,000, mu 20,000, in three
payments of 5,OOO euch. lt was all
turned over to me. mid I spent ii all
in the state campaign, not one penny
of it coing into th.- National cam
paigii or to Brynn.
"The niomy did good, and whil .
Roosevelt carried fil? Slate by S::,
000, Herge lost it by less I li ti n 1<V
000. 11' we bad had s I ."..nun more
we would have carried i lie Slab- for
"There, 1 think thal ls all there is
to say ii bon I these trumped up
charge's ol' the New York paper. M \
Bryan never saw tho money, never
knew of il. I got it all and spoil I it
all. H all came h'0hi the National
Commit tee, whether from Sheehan
or Rytill I do not know ?ind do not
care, and no money was med lo In
fluence Bryan, as lie worked for
Barker from thc start."
I lYl. VH?R1MA.N CONViOTFA),
Men Arrested Near ha n ca st er Found
(?nilly al Raleigh.
The liv yeggiiien a crested near
Chester, charged with Hu- robbery of
the postolllco al Dunn, N. C., were,
in the Federal Coori at Raleigh
found guilty and wen- each sentenced
to live years in the penitential^ at
Atlanta and lo pay a line of $500
each, l'or the Government the case
was vigorously prosecuted by District
Attorney Harry Skinner, who urged
the Court lo impose the lull penalty
twelve years' imprisonment on the
mon. The evidence on which the
conviction was made was given by
.ctors. by John i1'. Me
ditan of Boston. Mass,
(!. Wilson, ol' Bel/.er
ono of the yeggmou.4
TO TIIIO CAMPAIGN LIE PUT OUT
HY THE WOHLD
That H<0 Had Received Money From
flynn as an Inducement for Hint
lo Support Parker.
In a statement given out at Lin
coln, Neb., to tho Associated Press
on Thursday night Mr. W. J. ?ryan
replied to an article appearing a
week ago in a New York newspaper,
charging that Mr. Bryan was the
benettoinry or a campaign contribu
tion made by Thomas F, Ryan. Mr.
"I have just road the story charg
ing that my brother-in-law, Mr. Al
lon, chairman of the D?mocratie
Slat?1 com mil tee. had a conference
with Mr. Shoehuu In 1 !?04 in regard
to campaign funds; (hat Mr. Shee
han, as Mr. Ryan's attorney, secured
from Mr. Ryan $L\000 for (he Nebra
ska campaign; that Mr. Bryan made
the contribution lo secure my open
and unqualified support of Judge
Parker; that to disguise Hie source
ol* the contribution Mr. Ryan gave (ho
cheek to Mr. Sheehan, and that Mr.
Sheehan guve Iiis checks to Mr. Al
"Chairman Allcnnnd Mr. Dahlgren,
Nebraskan committeeman of the na
tional Democrtalc committee, have
already denied the charm's and slat
ed that the only money received came
from ile- national committee. 1 de
sire lo add the following statement:
"Mr. Allen says thal he never saw
Mr. Sheehan or Mr. Ryan and I
have no reason lo doubl his word.
If Mr. Ryan contributed to the Ne
braska campaign ii was not with
my knowledge or consent. While I
had bul a rem?le personal interest
in the Nebraska campaign that year,
I am interested in Nebraska politics,
and am interested in national poli
ties, and am not willing lo be. in
the slightest denr?e, obligated to any
favor seeking corporal iou II* the
newspaper in question will secure
from eil lier Mr. Sheehan or Mr. Ryan
a statement or prove? in any oilier
way (hal Mr Byan gave io Mr. Shee
han, to any one else, or lo the na
tional committee, any sum whatever
with ibo understanding thal the sum
WOUld be used in Hie Nebraska cam
paign, I shall see that the amount is
returned lo Mi. Ryan.
"As lo the charge that my support
of Judge Parker was purchased, I
need only say that I announced my
support of Judge Parker immediately
after tho St. Louis Convent ion, and
thar support was open and uhulwli
fled from fhe Con?*2 ric- "ui . im
polis closed. 1 had opposed his nom
ination, but ho had no more loyal
supporter during tho campaign. I
was in correspondence willi bini:
and both On the stump and with my
pen rendered all Hie assistance 1
could. While Hie paper that prints
these charges was selling its columns
to Hie Republican commit te to be
used in caricaturing Judge Parker,
my paper was urging his election." *
Frank Johnson, a negro, who kill
ed a married woman because she re
fused lo elope willi him. has been
sentenced lo be banged at (.'larks
burn. W. Ya.. .Illly 17. *
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KILLING THU KOKK.WS.
Japanese Way of Assimilating tho
An activo movement to suppress
the Insurrection is now general
throughout Korea. An Associated
Press representative has heou oOlciul
ly informed that during tho niuo
days ending on June 4, sixty-nine
[engagements (c. k place betweoh Ja
panese and K ?-ebn troop' and in
surgents In which 372 of tho latter
wcro killed and 55 taken prisoners.
'Him .If? un nose casualties havo not
been given out, but aro believed to
bo considerable. ? *
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Wanted-Every merchant to sond
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Wanted-Moys, from 7 to 12 years
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lo eastern cities 2"> per cent, cheap
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cality to act under orders, ))0 ex
perience necessary, address Fed
eral Agency, Gary, Ind.
M(.II-Tho Vacuum treatment perma
nently cures vital weakness, varl
cocelo and stricture; confidential.^
Charles Manufacturing Co., Charles
Bldg, Denver, Polo.
Beglstered English Setter and point
er puppies ami young dogs. Brok
( i, and unbroken stock. Bitches In
whelp. English and LlOWePin s-et
Icr, and pointer dogs at stud. All
of tho best breeding obtainable,
mid ai the prices you pay for
scrubs Write for catalogue. Tryon
Kennels. Saluda. N. C._
For Sale Cheap-One Huger Bread
Mixer, om? Thompson Moulding
Machine; four Bread Presses; two
Bread Troughs; one Cake Machine:
r>0 ?Mano Moulds, and many other
things used in a first-class bakery.
Apply to L. E. Kiley, Orangeburg,
S. C. __________
,or sab-One twelve horse power
Blakesloy Gasolene Engine, cheap.
Mso lot of shafting, pulleys, etc.
Apply to Li B. Kiley. Oraugeburg,
s. c. }
tie Giant" Screw Plates
jsortmenls. Each assortment is put up
Mt wood case, as shown m cut. kach as
!Dt has adjustable lap wrenchesfor holding all
A taps contained in assortment. rbreadS
ss rod from 7-64 in. up to 1 _fJ^fK
Hoor Space j
m m ??
ig, Pulleys, I
ie, ^ ^ Fittings, I
J_Y CO., Columbia, S. C. |
j and Steam Engines, Portable an?,
s Sawmills, Kdgors, Pinners, Shingle,
Corn Mills. Cotton (Vms, Presses,
Hits und Kindred Lines.
0 tnost varied and complete in tho
prompt shipment hein g our specialty.
1 bring our salesman.
LUMfllA, S. C.