rabid dog, a madstone cure
Hickory Press: On the 7th inst., a little son of Mr. C. F. Rink, who lives near Amity Hill, Iredell county, was bitten by a rabid puppy, about 7 weeks old. The dam of the puppy-had puppy-had puppy-had gone mad and been killed, and the puppy had been suckled by her repeal ediy after she had become rabid. Mr. Rink did not at first think that the puppy was rabid, but observing the symptoms of madness, was preparing preparing to kill it when it bit the child. He immediately went to N nvton in search of a madstoue. Arriving there he learned that the stone he was looking looking for was at High Point. A telegram telegram to High Point brought the mad stone on Tuesday morning last, and il was immediately applied to the wound. Mr. Kink writes us that he made eight applications of the stone to the wound. At the firs-t firs-t firs-t application application it adhered to the wound one hour and ten minutes. On the eighth application it adhered one hour.