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i; ARTIIQUAKE - SOME - CURIOUS
STOU1ES AliOUT THE MAKI-
The Inyo (California) Independent of
April 20:li, relates these singular circum-
. . i i
"Scientific men every wbeie are busy in
nrcBtigatfng the caij?c of those -terrible
.'jttrnlfionB f the earth, earthquakes,
i,nd. there is a faint hope that something
J value may be deduced fWm their in
quiries. It iseems to' be generally con
ceded that "electrictyj in tome form is the
prime cause if these movements of earth
it is much to berJiopjwl thai tonae person
r persons possessing the necessary ecien
lifie attainments will pay this section a
visit. No better place or opportunity
was ever presented to American scientist
to investigate theee pheuonicna on their
own soil than this country has afforded
daring the past two or three weeks.
For the information of such we will
mention a few facts, mainly relating to
. .1 . l :j
electrical pnenoraena, mat nave occurred
within our knowledge. A few days after
the big shock, so called, at Cerro Gordo
vr-rv lrtiirl thmufer wns heard durin? a
violent snow storm. Wjih the exception
it.A .am tl.inv nnrpil lii
i nd perhaps at other)lace in the valley
avaawavaavsna -w m v - w . w
This is remarkable, because almost un
precedent. Immediately following the
great shock, men whose judgment and
veracity sire beyond question, while sitting
n the gBpuncTnear the Eclipse mine, saw
sheets of flame on the Inyo mountains,"
bnt a half mile distant. These flames,
observed in several places, waved to and
fro apparently clear of the ground like
vast torches. , They continued for only a
few minutes. In this office one day last
week, while one of the proprietors was
running a large number of sheets of flat
Cap paper through a . job press, these
sheets, after leaving the press were affect
ed by tho "movements of the operator's
hand as a strong magnet wmldaifect iron
filings. When his, hand was near them
the whole pile, or at least a hundred of
them from the top, seemed to flout in the
nir like tiasfic paper in a slight breeze.
n. . . i . 1.1 : " .. 1. 4
i lie top aiiuct wouiu i;h.-l- ui cacu cuu up
lo the hand when held four inches above
it, and thus by attraction be moved cntire-
r away from the others. At times during
in niehtiSraits of fire were repeatedly
einiltca trorn a wooien siiawt on Deinjj
a . i : i i i t
touched by the hand. At the Kearsage
Mill, located at an altitnde of nearly 8,000
feet above! the sea, the followingoccurrence
was n6ted by Harry Llawson and 1. J.
Joslyt) : The former, while sitting-with
his knee within about three inches of a
cast iron stove, felt a peculiar numbing
sensation, and supposing his limbs lo be
"asleep," essayed tot rub them with his
hand. As soon as his hand touched his
knee he felt a shock, and immediately af
:er and for a number of seconds a stream
f fire ran between both knees and Uie
, We will here, on the authority of a man
who had an opportunity of knowing, ptate
he item going the rounds to the effect
Lhai no movement of the earth was obser
vable three hundred feet under ground,
n the mines, is not correct.: At Ueiro
1 1 arid 6, and also at Eclipse mine, the
rocking motion"-was distinctly observed,
specially in the timbering. Small parti-
. vi, iulk nri;iu uciailldl. UIIU III UUIU
laces the miners went to the surface in
resumed work as before. No subsequent
shocks have been remarked at that
SUNSET ON THE ROCKY MO UN.
If I bad the pencil of a Uierstact, or the
penol a Knskin, I would like to picture
h sunset in the rocky Mountains. But
the strange illusion , as of an amber sea
jtouching and leaving the adjacent hills
jand then stretching away to far distant
hores, dotted here and there with dark
islands and flecked wiih golden sails ; the
Klaming banners of ihelford unfolding and
-waving in the mellow twilight, and then
furling again as if by -unseen hand, or
gradually dissolving into airy nothings
and fading avvuy; the innumerable shades
Vf scarlet and purple, silver, amber and
gold, ever blending and changing in fan
tastic shapes and infinite variety ; kaleido
scope on which the angels look with awe
and wonder, these bewilder my brain, and
.buftle the descriptive power of ray prosy
pen. The bandied or tro of miles this
.side' of Ogden are through mountain scen
rrj which once seen will j never be forgot
ten. ThePe are Echo audi Webber canons,
ijlaths through the mountains for the con
venience and comfort of men, cu by the
(JJod of Nature, which ttie best engineer
j log skill of mortals could not have open-jf-d
iu a thousand years. There are cis
lies and 'temples with turrets and towers
jand majestic doarei, which make .one feel
.j that tho gods may have worshipped lure
i even ince the morning stars sangtogeth
, ; Andhere4s "Pulpit Rock," in pass
ing which you instinctivelv nncnvpr vn..r
h'eadjind wait to hear if Jehovah will
as he spoke to Moses of old from the
cliff of Sinai !
Ah! th r A urn.
ante in the fact that the ?reat law
giver afecended the mountain to receive
the word of the Lord If man pvpp hn.
before he Infinite Jlajesty in a we, if ever
hissouUopen to hear what God will
say, if ever he feels that God is about
him, that the very air pulsates' with his
presence aud spidtthat he has hia very
being in Go 1, such must be his expeiience
amid tlie awful majesty of these mountain.
It is not not strange that th Mormon pi
grims after their long and weam m ,W
riejr across the canon, they came suddi n'y
upon tlit rock, and heard the voice of
their " prophet noclaim from its h.ui,.
that theie pilgrimace was at ah end. nnrt
' Nthejfair field of Canaan would sooji burst
itipoh their admiring sigh, should have
f liouted ' it is the voice of God and n t
of map' It wag a shrewd stroke of oolicv
on the part of, Brigham Young to civ his
people such a surprise and such a welfom
'ijtb the land of their dreams and prayers.
rbtr Democrats must rote for Sum
Civit KlGnTR hil t, before we can
trust yon, and stop talking about the
'despotism of the Federal Government
when yon know1 thre is no despotism.
Senator Wilson at Wilmington.
-Amoug the many recorded ,,ca?ea of
authorized brutality which have come to
our kuowledge throogh the medium of the
newspapers, none,, for utter oselessness,
exceeds that of the late wholesale slaoghten
of dogs at Louisville, Ky., by order of the
city government. Three hundred of these
animals, brought in by boys and police
men the larger number stolen from tbr
owners for the! pake of life premium offejlr
ed by the city-i many ofHhem! yaluablje,
and probably not a tenth part coming ttfi
der the head of "stray" or "worthies"
dogs, were enclosed in a pen and two
stalwart buicbcr&oys, armed with light
sledgeham oners, commissioned to enter the I
enclousure and destroy them. Ibisjib
was executed under the direct eye 6f SOtne
of the representatives of the j local govern
ment, who sat aloft aud enjoyed the strug
gles of the poor brutes, very much as we
may imagine the old emperqrt of heathin
Rome enjoyed the cambats of the gladia
tors or the slaughter of Christians by wild
beasts. Not more than half the wretched
animabv were killed outright j some of them
writhing ard moaning for hours afterward,
Uppareutly in intense Jufferfrg
' We abhor cruelty in all its s
doubly when1 exercised towards dumb
animals. There was not the jshadobf
an excuse for this outrage upon theijife,
against which theyictims had iio pcjjwjer
to protest. As well might the' city Ward
have issued "an ordinance authorizing the
summary seizure and slaughter in j! the
public streets of all the little children ;to
be found, lieast they might grow up to be
murderersiand criminals. The case ii a
a pei fectlyl analogous one, only at the pfe
sen't stagejof civilization human life alone
is looking; npon as sap red, and human
rights only as worthy of respect. K 1 '
The mad-dog mania, which rages an
nually throughout the country, is one yf
the most jabsurd "and senseless terrors
with which society has ever been curbed.
According to the statement of one of the
oldest and: best known physicians of lite
country, not more than four well-authen-.ticated
cases of hydrophobia from the bite
of dogs have ever been known in1:, the
United States. These, of course, do not
include the fits and spa?ms of ne Vous
and incredulous people, who will insist
upou having hydrophobia if bitten bynur-
ly or provoked dogs, though with no more
lawful title to it than if they had been bit
ten by sheep. Every few dayB we meet
in some one of our exchanges stories Has
to some man havingtteda most excrucia
tingly painful death from tbet fft ctsfofaj bite
received from a
ten, twenty, or even
thirty years before. These cases are al
ways located "in Kentucky," or "Minne
sota, or more commonly "out West "
PTiey are certain to be so distant or so
obscurely located that nobody would ever
think of looking them up, if they ever
i bought of doubting their truth. ;
How many people have ever thought
how utterly absurd was the idea Itha; an
active and virulent poison co aid remain
dormant in the system for a score of years
or even six months ? Who knows of a
caselwhere"a flea bite appeared years aftr
the extinction of the offending flea by
the finger and thumb 1 Is there any
well-authenticated fact of a person cryifig
about a dose of's try ch nine in hidstoiuach for
years, and then suddenly "curling lip hn
tlte floor" from its effects l And again how
many of readers ever actually saw a case
of hydraphobiaior hov many evet kftpw,
beyound doubt or question, of one 1 Vc
do not take into account what Jonei's
wife's mother has heard, or what a man
who formerly lived ont West has said,
but such testimony only as would be
received in-a court of justice. Brought
to this point, we opiuepeople wonld begin
to question whether it would not be just
as w ll to let every harmless dog have
nis aay. jjoston Jlove
SHALL WE MEET AGAIN f j
the t.iilowing is said to be one of the
most brilliant articles written by the la-
intni( i ueorge u. i'reutic : '
1 he "nat of nature is inexorable. There
is no appeal for relief from the great law
which dooms us to dust. We flourish and
tade as the leaves ti the forest, and tin-
Mowers that bloom and wither in a day
have no trailer hold upon life, than the
mtghtest monarch that ever shoot til
earth with his footsteps. Generations if
men will appear and disappear as the
grass, and the multitude that throng the
world to day, will disappear as the foot
steps on the shore. Men seldom thiuk of
the great event of death until the shadow
talis across their own pathway, hiding
from thir eyes the faces of loved !ones
wnose living smile was the sunlight of
i ii jeam is tlie antagonist
ot nte, and the cold thought of the fowl
is tne sKeieton ot alt -fpast9. We do not
want to go through the dark valb-y, al
though its dark passage may lead to para
dise; we do not want to lay down in the
uarnp grave, even with princes for bed
fellows. In the beautiful A
the hope of Imortalitv. so flonnntltr
uttered by the death-devoted Greek, finds
ueep respouse in every thoughtful soul;
-uuui tu yivia ins voung existence
as a sacrifice to fate, his Clemantha asks
it luey snouw meet againj to which he
replies: i hwe asked that dreadful
question of the hills that loot Airat
of the clear streams that flow forever f
tne stars among whose fields of azure ray
pj,,,,, Ui,B wamea iu glory. Al
wp re dumb ; but as I gkze npon thy liv
mpf fap T loot !.'-. i :'. f t
i . ' llilh fie is sometntng in
me love that mantles throogh its beauty
inat cannot wholly perish, j We shall: meet
again, u;iemantha." p
xennyson is an inveterate smoker
Ann, moreovei, he smokesVirginia tobac
co in a ciay pipe. Jiutl he never nses
p.Pe ine second time. When he smokea
a m ot tobacco h breaks the pip.
i r . a, ew Dow ! talking all the
while if he has anvbodv t tuiir ...
he keeps a variety of pipes for visitors.
His working -denh M at the top of the
faS. x uuuer ne; repairs after breakfastL
and, m the midst i of a eea of books on
shelves, tables, chairs and floor, toll.
until be is fcU.gued.'The6ehour8 of labor
8 aosomteiy aacred as were Rtdkt
Wo hman being, unless npon an
of life and death, is allowed i to i
upon him then. .1
UP WARDS OF FIFTY FIRST PRE
MIUMS and Gold and Silver MedaU
were awarded to Cuales M. Stjeit
- for the best Pianos in competition
with all the leading manufactur
ers of the country.
Of3ce and Hew Wareroomv,
No. 0 AoriA Lrberty St BALTIMORE, Md.
The Stieff'S Pianos contain all the latest im
provements to be fonnd jn a first-lass Piano,
wild aauitional lmprorcmeots of bis own in
vention, not to bo found in other instruments.
Tho tone, tonch and finish of their instru
ments cannot be excelled by any manufactur
A large assortment of second-hand Pianos
always on hand, from $75 to $300.
Parlor and Church Oreans. some twentr dif
ferent styles on hand from 50 and upwards, i
&ena lor tlla.strateu uatatnirne, containing
names of-over twelve hundred Southerners
(five hundred of which are Virginians, two
handred Xorth Canlinians, one hundred and
fifty East Tenne8sean. and others throughout
the South), who have bought the Stieff Piano
since the close f t he war.
J. ALIEN BROWN, Agent,
22:fc I j . - Salisbury, N. C.
... i i
17 MURRAY Street
(ftanafricturers and Jobbers of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Have a complete stock in all line?, includ
ing their popular Granite State JJals,
Kip Plate shoes, and Womcns Pel. bals.
' Orders solicited and carefully filled at
lowest market rates.
1 J. E. MOOSE, Salesman,
feb 2 ; k0:4m.
A. M. Sullivan.
J. P. Gowan.
'-r,HE undersigned having associated them
A selves in holiness under the firm name of
A. M. SULLIVAN, CO.,
TTAVE opened in R. J. 'Holmes' new bnild-
LAinff, next door to the Hardware Store.
where they will be pleased to meet old and
new lnend. 1 he v have a masntticent room
the large.-t and best iu tow n and
jSl. Largo c Siplonolici.
STOCK OF GOODS,
OMrKISING a genrral assortment. Ifard-
J ware excepted, and will enarrantee a
jrood bargains as can be sold by anv JJouse ii
the South. They will deal heavilv In Grocerie
and country Pmdnce, buyiu? and sidling, and
invite all who wih either to buy or sell to call
on mem ; a. M. SULLIV AN &. Co.
Jan. 24th, IS72. 10:tf
R. W. PiijCE. T.J. PnicE
PRICE & BRO.
FAMILY GROCERY STORE
TO JEXKIX'S COUXEIi,
V here they will continue to Sell Flour
Meal, Fresh Meats. Bacon, Lard. Butter
Eggs, Coffee. Teas Sugar, Salt, Pickle?. Mo
lasses, Sec together with a large and varied
stock ot nousfhold and table necessities
Bring your country produce to
PlilCE Sc BRO.
TWO SMALL TRAfrrs OP T. a vn t
four to five miles of Town, containing WOOD
and MEADOW, with a part cleared nnd in
orcnard. If not sold before the 6th of July
next it will then be Bold at public nale. Apply
MAM E HAY
I WOULD respeetftilly pive- notice to the
farmers that I am Ageot for the Celebrated.
Mower and Reaper and Sxccpsta les
Mannfactured by C. Ahltman & Co. Canton,
Ohio, and I respectfully request those in need
of any, or either of these Machines, to call and
fee i me, and get a Book giving full instructions
and pricesi !
; Tte pcarcity cf laborers and the high price
t,f JJay. c-. makri thes Machines a necessity.
Please bring or Bend me ronr orders as soon
as possible. 1 J. K. BDKKE,
3l:tf 8a.ticl.nrtr fi P.
''PIIE proprietors of these justlr celebrated
L MilUiar;iu the market for WHEAT, and
solicit calls from all vrbo have it to sell. Thev
pay the highest market cash prices.
They tbo solicit orders for Floor,
manufacture four different trades .f
ranging Best Family, Family, Sz
t Titty also solicit orders for Bran.
Tbey cxihange, or grind for toll, ai may be
desired. ) T'
- EMMERT, BROS A CO.
liand Deeds, Trustee Deeds,
Commissioner's Deeds, Sheriff
Deeds phattel Mortgages, &t.
For Sale at this offie i
' Cheap! Chattel Mortgages,
and various other blasnks for sale here.
Main Street, Salisbury, J C
A EE CONSTANTLY ADDING
New, improved and valuable Tools, Imple
ments, Machines, Contrivancics, fce., &c., for
the convenience and facility of Fanners,
Varriajre UUllUCrS, i
fnrlra Art i
T r x . ...... i
n laci. icw liersons unaroualnted with
our establishment, arc aware of the wide'
HAS taken the room recently oocnpio.l by
iiov, ana ojK-ned a
PRODUCE COMMISSION BUSINESS.
J-IIe tsolicits cash orders from abroil.
notice. f lies nectfully refers to business en
dfJCash paid for all leading articles
BUflKE t COFFIN,
03 At the Siyn of the Pud Flay,
MERONEY'S OLD STAND,
. SALISBURY, N. C.
J. K. Bl'RKK.
J. M. OiKKlN.
BOrdeis and consignments respectfully m
lieted. ""Auction alcs every Suturd;tyand
Oh! Yes Oh! YesOh! Yes!
ITaving fallen back to a better position nnd '
been reinforced by forming a copartnership with j
Jno. M. Coffin, who has leen long and favor
ably known in the Mercantile community,
I would respectfully return my thanks to the
public generally, and solicit a continuance of
their patronage to the new Firm ; with the as
surance that we will do all wc can to satisfy all
who may have anything to sell or buv.
J. K. BURKE.
N. B. I will continue to attend to the sell
ing of any kind of projerty in the country, for
Administrators and others when notified in time.
tf:18 J. K. BURKE, Auctioneer.
1 hate analyzed the Whisker knoun
under the brand of "7? SELECT," con
trolled by Messrs. WALTER IK
B LAI It & Co., Richmond, la, and
find it Free from Fiiil Oil, und
and other impurities, and recommend its
use for medicinal and family purposes.
J. B. McCAW, M. I) ,
Late Prof, of Chemistry J. College, Va.
. This brand is beyond all doubt a supe
rior article and can only be had genuine,
at T. J Foster's, No. 3 Maiu et., nearly
opposite Mansion Hotel, Salisbury. N. C.
RETURNS ni3 THANKS to hit. OLb
, FRIENDS and the Public for the liberal
ratronnpc heretofore extended to him. Jle now
informs them that he ha tilted up a new ard
Shop, in Dr. Henderson's Srick
Building", Room I7o 2,
where he would be pjensed to see thnn. lie
guarantees to give salisfaction in even- cape.
lie has in his employ of the bpf-t Hair I)re:ers
in Western North Carolina, lie requests a call
Salibry, N. C, Dec. 17, 50 If
State of North Carolina, !
IREDELt CX)UNTY. ; j
Superior Court, $)riny Term. 1872. J !
Marshall T. Bell as Assignee of William Griffin,
Bankrnpt, against Oeorge C. McIIenr and
Daniel B. Welch, defendant.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court on
auiuavn niei, inai me oeienoannjeorge ks. Mv-
Henry not a resident of the State of 'orth
It i therefore ordered and adjudged that pnl- i
lication be made in the Carolina Watchman a
newspaper published in the Town of SaJNbnry, I
North Carolina, for six week!, notifying thede- ,
fendant, George C. McHenry that a Summon '
ha been issued in the above action again: him
in which he is notified that a complaint will I
filed in this action at the next term of Iredell !
Supetior Court, on the second Monday after the
third Monday in August, A. D. 1S72, "within the !
firat three days of the Term, and unless the de- j
fendant, George C. McHenry answer the same '
within the time prescribed by law, the plaintiff i
will ask for the relief demanded in tlie com- I
plaint. Witness C L. Summers, Clerk of our '
raid Conrt at office, in Statesiille. this 29th day j
Bi apni, ISiZ. U ihCSUMAItKH, VSU
6w33:pr fee $3 of Iredell county.
ALL KINDS of CO URT ANDMA
GISTRA TES' BLANKS at this offire
range of wants we are prepared to meet, nor
of the exact nnd beautiful adaptability of
our goods for the purpose for which they
are made. Nor can we descril them in an
advertisement. They mut4e seen. Come,
therefore, to the Hardware Store for any
thing you want, from a toothpick to a steam
engine; from a pin to a strawtutter any
thing almost every tiling. They have
A FULL STOCK always on hand of every
variety of Xaifc, Iron, Steel, Hoe, Grain Cra
dle, Hmhes, 100 Dozen Axe at low price.
Courts I i j ( , .1 1' t wA Vh.L. Vm il.nl-tt
al, the btlW roujrU Iron l'ios toU-found.
e warrant them togive atiiaclioii. Thomp-
11 ... - r
! ton s Plows and SuK-oHcrs.
CPU t nr niTTTunc;
l,rtt.Mnt .1 : 1
. . r .
in your enters or come and Lnr.
13 tf K.lttl,.,r- v r-
. i .im
Overman, Holmes & Co., in Murphy's Granite
Produce bought and shipiH-d on verv hliort
of the city.
of country" Produce. ll:(f
J i"Tin:ii.vx iiooks
of V..; !
t!.i- I'.i.uk St.r-
k-7 At tii.- Ho k St.re.
IN fact an
any thing ni V.o war .f IMik and
ry. can In- huil ut hhoit notice aud
on iv iMi:uble terms.
At the Hook Ptore
U i W IAI."MiT wi.l receive prompt utten-
I in vnur .r'!.T.
.Inn. ,M. 1-
J. A. CLODFELTER & CO.
Sjanufiicturcr an 1 DcVc,nin furniture.
Invite attention to their
stock of Cottage Beailstead.
fc Cottage CluunlH'rSuit, paint
ed Chamber Suit., French
Suite, Walnut and painted Cane Seat Chairs
Mocking Chairs of all description. Extension
Dining Tables- -tab!' j of all kind Ward robe.
Hnreans, Wnshstarids, What-Not, Mattresses,
Sofas. Kecejition ('Imirs a.'ul I'itrlor Set. Also
Rustic Window Shades, a novelty for complete
ness. beauty, cheapness and durability. AUo,
manv other articles which we are prepared to
I sell as cheap or cheaper than any IIouein the
, western p irt ol the Mate
A fall assortment of Rosewood, Metal ic
nd Wahiut IHirial Cases, which can be lor
nished at 3 hours notice.
He sure to call, nearly opposite the Mansion
Hotel, next door below the Kxprcas otSce, aee
our stock and hear our prices.
Special order (mado from photographs in
our ffiee) will be supplied.
S4000 to $6000
r"WILL bepn at .'0 o'clock on Saturday.
XVXavthe 4th, at the Anetion LIuuM-of
BUiiKC L COFFIN, to, sell at public sale, the
STOCK OP GOODS
lately belonging to John W. Bittin?, bankmpt
This Stock consist of a general a-w.rtment.
of ilerchai.dise, such as is utally found in anr
First Class Store. SaLKS to continue every
Saturday till the whole Stock i closed ont.
Merchant and Traders are repect fully inri
ted and requested to attend thee Sale. ;
Tcrma will be stated at the time of alc. !
J. K- 151" K K K. ;
Assir.cc f J. W. BtTTlNO.
Salisbury. April 1,12. Sl:!f
rWi -inifAU. rrw
CTr BEST 1M THE WORLD. t3T
5ew York Office, 27 BEEZHAH BH
April S6, 1872. 32:1 y
Marriage Orti float of for aU- herpj
1 i'l Mi III v .JT i "w L
PATENT LIGHTNING SAW
Super Extra Spring Steel, Warranted Refinei
EBEN MOODY BOYNTO
eo BnnnaxAi? sxheet, new rork.
. Nor. 27, UCC; Julj 23, 18C7.; Jan! 14, 14, 1SG8; July 27f ISc9
or htrd wood, hmt noft timtn-r rrtjoirei it tot Mtm -
for use when ent oot; re two f r tliiroroa
E. M BoTKTOM.WneekiranM., New Votk -
ft w. lntkd lir r ind rv Iwrt hmh A M
" , j r ma mwi wm m U I
II.am t. iti nia 1 .A UJ It .i .11
to vun vi pn.c. iwuiiiiuusTif. in iwo wjDB'r ate
cross-tut and oo1 mti lire no rival in Tel.
I b iereU-eir on':erMil mould t a iat
ma ii u lie ui i ii u m, mm miii wm. a Jiiini ii in r m l i h
illioua f men. r J. W. W.aKE.
PrjwrinnadrntaTid !frtT. Janrruaa Irirtat Tt r
IS. n. These estreme tects are qnotrd merfr to m wliat sLoaid I cWt Laa.iL.i dt
is better llian tie old V frirlii imorrw nn-ii l r
Honest hardware men will prueare the rrnnine
inferior enoA. Lot wlere Ih-rrlo not keen trxm.
X B. Milliona of axesaie bmi! for ceturt rood:
forta-o. will rut fie tinses a fjit a an axe. WLr
lonp. uital tor pn ral oe.
See that the name and warrant are on earhoaw.
K. M. BOTXTOX.sole PropneWr and
E. M. Rori.tot.'a I.ifhtnlnr Ore man rio r tit
itlf liw H rt-i ( onij.lrte i; u.f . tt..r
Million r i,.atr in uk. I i ", I v uni.f: il ,
Why i:e the Lightning Saw !
Because the fteM i the ( Leat. IF MMM.K.
Aa ,t cfcU live ImnilitJ or n.uie du!lar tot llir .! f.r thit vtir out thr rrta- ! t. a air( afaa
fifth by i)evtl and t'MM-ol an uuirotrd aaa ut U.r ewkt ol a duua. TLe only d.junnv lu la
that unikiliful n.m u-piei t u uortu u rlraniiia u-th ioirri) . if ccili oa'd.
1 lit s- pateul inUi are a.l uf uue length iiuil no khoiiun.; tt-unrd and wt t xr a favt aa mm
Then- have U-en many device tor Water tr. th. l.jt not. tier .atDt cvU.Pf leelh lor rre eairf bat
tliese are known w h I.oii.n mu t-.ti. I t u an irditttt iajed V. noiif ttr lL i.iUr.tkt.
if the ooti e.lp-i hr -tujerU -1 ai.il j. ii.ij. c.,i.l,' nh drt f.f a d iet! ttunt aad riirr
in tuUtitiiUd I Iiif.it ilim,oiie Ittiu Mirl and Larurr Uaaprribf tr I rtlUi m. UK
buy a i...r tool f any oil or o. 1 1 t .. n r iir a i uf 1 1- u, l.tiii y .rjft.ll.4ii T .Note .aia'iai
1) the-e i'jtt nt Cutie.a. how d.f irut fion. u ott r
!t. toub e iir,i-.l. a ah on. I ki s asi, tk.v lorlaa o.uli a or ie o( lerf. ltd i i ta
vermeil ei:t .ii tl.-r t.n'.f.
2nd. lne point lnuuellhe ot! er. ror.x,i, M j rt trfl rleai orty ill obiif edp . Na a'latrat
to puaice out. It oi.t-i-ou.t ol M l-otu vj.t n.f my mi ct il.e otl-er. U t itt otxd nd aea
lift oi.t thetooUi.
3J. t'bt, at diivct or criwrnin- aiiile to the eld
of a hallow.
4'h. Are el?t-d with an oil stone after filinp t t b .
flh. 3 l.ce re the cn'y jiatet d:ie:l t ultitijt -no c.nrf 'e-ih Lroaa ferrrrn reft f tai; rH
fjsier, ejsitr thauany other, and aie. niih pnat-ut Joiai. a i,m lo )rra a tie old tooth, ail
IIOV.TOAS IMTE.XT MC.'HTAI.0 SAW.
This Mw posseaaea aereral pr- t iJnMirM vr the .kM V Uoth. abxh lai htbeito bae'4
on, efcially in cruw-eat a. ti.e fctrenjtib. .liBne. a id durability ( trtth. aid U en rtKS;
for de f jrumniinjr are o bvtona tl at aiil oa!j Laa.ef.ci otXcr'-oiata of eoaipahj!. tt
care, aitnplicity acdrlert cirt..
Srr.KU a1 lie an aie t!.t an oidiran hand nan mis only one ry : i. v. tie front cat la v ef
fective than th back, or rvtreatinjr eat Tbe tret) . lth tWir opjoxt rvttiny fare. i,uig ia lis,
are equivolent to the 'rer.t cut both aaja of tLt Land , ia diauattiok to tbe lack wui Uaa.a T
aar. Ienee speed iriietitab'e.
or fcmo. It ieaierto r!ow prove in Cta'-r than to era oneoot Tbe apprabM 4
tliis principle ia very peife-ct. all the Ur-tb tfii.p of trtn leeptk doab e i-oicted, cat nith o,u.ot teru
e al an. projtinfr ehv. and e!eai m u'lii ei i a'y ilk tie ran e.
Siari icMT. lh..t is ohviouf. all the po-ut Uirf iiket atda teeih .iit: Ike sa W-afik. a
hooks, or thick rakinc teeth, to be ahvrtened: oniy oix mill t e ia rviid to kr-p tWau ia cVr a ad
th. j ane t easy tor the nnkilied laUxer to tXaiptt, aa the old akcid aaw.
I'l t Her t "I iae. 4'ontinnonsly cnttii a and eltarrg . tl e cpfita entt $ far" not '1
eut. bcrt clear, by lifting the nbrv aboe tic rojectjrt l'.a. hke a f ioar. Ytr ta tbe aanat 1t
hy tketr circoUr w that fan PovtUo lrot-era. bj Land, cnt of a twe!e Jnh aye awfaU
wood)o7 in eipht second. tfoit Major (rn kirade aedothrr ditir racked nn. al t a
Srioare. I'hllai'eJphia. Pej toi.Ur 1. 1Ht.9. He ai r. t. a yref of the taae tkat j-ariat oaU
efTort. the sawing, by Latd of tebiT tord of hard lch. trtp'.e, elm. ah and hirL; ad m
eijtht hxora(incluj!nf loat time) In Mkligaa. t-aek woik. ty two mea. ilh neaan oaet.i
Ihese Sawa are made andaold by Mr. E. M. Romtoa. fd rWVmig trrrt, Nav York, aad af r
leeted by four patents. dt4 respectirelr 27. W. Jaly ftS. January 14. Jalr ft.
We trust that thjovrntor'f so va'nabte an iraprorainrnt in aa arUr.e of sack oniera' a tl
saw, will be able tenjoj tKe fruit of tbeir labors free frota in!nnrrantt or riraey aay ksad.-la-a
Aow, Araiu 1, 1370. ' '
TJiese Sates are unirersaUy ccrctded to Sutjtss all ethers for Cress cvttirf Trmhrr.
Although f 500 challenge for ejrpense of tet has Urn adcertitcd in mulf
' of paptrs, and engraved on each stc, no one has ever DARED
to publicly test the matter, NO other sate has double
pointed teeth, CONSTRUCTED TO CUT
IX LINE SO AS TO CUT WITH
OUTSIDE OF M TOOTH
ONLY by direct act hn.
a H. The cutting of all single pointed teeth are equal, and these 11
are doxdAe, with direct-action, spaced, and slant concealed between points (f
M. If one point of M was set one tcay and one the other,
the slant would ride and lifl out the tooth.
When the Lard ware trade do not tell, agenti wanted, and no poTfmmetit l
is rcqnired- A aix foot cross cut and a brick taw-Made will be rent to any a"rrt
oa receipt of $6, or $1 per foot. One tnn awi tl 25 per foot.
Not One Failed in 20,000.
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