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THURSDAY,! MARCII 28, 1889. i
Whitelaw Keid has been appointee
Jlinister to ranee. r . .
The negro exodus t witVno feeling
of unkindness t4 thediscontented pec
yie we say iw y, wreP uu. -
Four out-laws in Kentucky were
ontnri n1 imnrinAd nn W Thtirs-
day, and two-others were killed.
It is a higher honor to be entitled
taT position and -not get tit, than to
get it without teeing entitled to it"
A trust has been formed in Eng-
land to raise tho, price of paper. .The
xnanfacturexs concerned in it represent
The Evangelist Pearson will go from
Columbia, fc. G, where, up to late ac-
counts: he has not been Yery success-
ful, to Fayetteville, N. C. J
lhe Heading Iron Works failure .
pronounced the-worst which has oc-
eurrea in me iron- xaae ior years.
j 1 1 . t .. . m i .
Extravagance in the management is
the alledged cause.
A negro hotel waiter in Washington
city.owned a feuracre lofrat Winston,
N. C,,and held it because he didn't
know what else to do with it; but re-
; ctntly sold it for a depot lot for $0,000.
On the passage of J. Gould through
Charlotte, a few days ago, Col.; Wm.
Johnston boarded his car and 1 made
quite a flattering little speech to him.
It is not stated what Mr. Gould said I
in reply, but some of the State papers
have criticised Col. Johnston's speech
Louisville Ky., has just had natural
gas brought into the city from Meade
cou nty, in that State, a distance of 32
miles. On turning the iras inta the
pipes it took iust 16 minutes td travel
to the city mile in 3Q seconds and
burst out with a roar that startled the
peopleiu all directions. Great nrenar-
ations arc on hand to utilize it in run.
ing factories, workshops, c.
Announcements of this character are
getting to be very common. Mr. Car
negie has long been regarded as the
iron king of Pennsylvania. He is a
Scotchman, and may be said tq hate
5 no very strong sectional feelings as
. petween the northern and southern
.".actions of this country. It is bis bus
iness to make his investments pay, and
i-z.-it it becomes necessary to move South
. A; J - II. 1 Ml 1 .r '
w uu it, ne win ao so.
! "Two drummers for the Farmers' Sud-
.yHouse, oi Toledo, Ohio, were ar
rented m Nicholasville, Kentucky, last
weeic, for violation of the Peddlers act.
.bnt vvere acquitted on the ground that
- tljey sold by sample The Supreme
. - Court, has recently decided that no
State has a right to impose a license
.fox upon drummers or commercial
travelers who are not residents of the
ptate imposing the tax.
-. There has been an alarming increase
in divorces in Iew Jersey in the last
five years. The secretary of the State
BoitfcL of Health gives the rate from
J883 to 1888 ' at 22.25 of out 1CC0
.. . marriages. The petitions from wives
ut-number those from men about one-
half.- The causes for divorce are adul
tery, desertion, fcrnelty and bicamv.
The larger number of cases for deser-
tiop, and adultery next.
J Tl, rVi.L ir n' n -r '
AUD i mis ujiv iuaueaoie -iron ana
Bteel Works at Jiouisville, designed to
- manufacture edged tools by a new pro-
x cess which elimjnates entirely the cost
of forging, have just made their first
run of product, and thus far the pnx
Cess, has turned put exactly as the pai-
rnieesciaimea it would. , It reduces
ihe cost from l6 to 30 percent I nrofiL
' Pete, there, is another hard nut for the
Yankee manufacturers to crackl
series of cxpenments have been
piadein. New York to ascertain th
f electrie force necessary to execute crim-
iiius tjy.eiecmcaty, under the new law
of the State.' Seferal dogs, several calves
.nd one horse were experimented on
. The dogs were filled in 10 second the
nm,4o seconds, and the horse in
lhe authorities were
with the soeedv and
- painless death by Che process",
. BJ M Ac ot the last Legislature the
W'J Pi )Vimington, N. C, was a'uth-
orized to say to manufacturers' every-
' wnere wat they are at liberty to lodate
ana carry on business, there "without
. "n1 wibute : ; We suppose
means without paying local or citv
. certainly valuable
concession foi the enconrageraent of
factory advantages" Wiln.A
Efcsses, and will, we tm induce many
. cmerpnses to start up their,
The last Congress passed an , impor
tant Act-f affecting railroad companies
and snippers of freight, to witrmakin
jt a misdemeanor for anjv railroad Co
or accents, to discriminate in charges as
between shippers from theame poin
h0 the same destination or point of di
Mveryli No manner of fraud by which
the evident purpose of the Act may be
mdeii Will be allowed, and the penal.
ly fixed for its violation is a fine o:
$5,000 or two years in the penitentiary
or both in the diWeJiou of the Court.
The JTil mi ngton Star mentions an
important fact while speaking of wha
wiu be the main issue in the conies
of 1802, to wit: that "Mr. Cleveland
received nearly 100,000 more -votes
than Harrison received of the whole
number cast, while he received some
I muttons more of the total white vote.
rl he negroes vote the republican ticket
almost to a man, and there are enough
of them in the northern .States to turn
the scales against the democratic par-
ty in those States. Thus it comes
to pass that the negroes elected Mr.
Harrison president, while Mr. Cleve-
wjland with millions more white votes
than were- polled for his corn'oetitor.
I . . t
A correspondent of the Manufactu
rers' Record in the course of an inter
esting article on the production of cot-J
ton seed oil aud its uses, mentions the
fact that-'there are 23 factories which
employ beef tallow, hogs' lard and cot-
ton twed oil in making lard, though
some concerns use no hogs lard at all.
it being claimed that the lard does not
improve the compound." Cotton seed
oil is becoming more popular for cul
Hnary purposes than lard, for the
reason that it js more healthful and
nicer. -1 he production of it has in
creased from 40 mills in 1880, witbTa
capital of $3,500,000, to 175 mills in
1889 a capital of from $15,000,-
Xl 18 ba
Anat tn3 younS man ho is in charge
01 Gallaghers Flioto. Gallery at
this plaC3 is the finest Photographer
tnat nas ever struck this neck of the
woods, a squint at his work has fully
convinced us of this fact.
u01d fogy two black spots for eves
and a black gash for the mouth" pho
to' !s, are forever laid in the shade in
Salisbury and fine delicately shaded
pictures fill their place?. In fact Sal
isbury somewhat ahead in the way
of a fine Photographer.
(From our regular correspondent.)
Washington, March 25th. 1889.
President Harrison's appointment of
"Corporal" Tanner to be Commissioner
ot rensions is a great victory for the
nna; of Washincrton nonm. i..
all of whnmL TiZJIT'
t " "::J , " , fc!ieiPrps-
li ip KIUW,V ,y,r,?K. .four
.luiowiiauuers j-aToraoie decisions,
Preparations are beinar made
new applications for them.
..... u on uuiu mirr anners nom
tnnfirili wna oiinl H. O
otm, lu nje oenaie, one
agent here' ordered 1.000 .000 flirfMilnvs
printed, and bought fifty baskets of
Sri0 h!S bri"knt
victory. Conservative people are some-
ir m ie aPPomtment of
iur. xanner, wdo basbnoWn L-nrtw
to favor the giving of indiscriminate
thnw mnntha in ttj "
. . , uiiiuni nuu SRrvpn
111 Lilt. I II fin a Vmtr I
uur pension list now nonrlv sinn.
AAA AAA , V V I
wv,wu a yearrana it will be in Mr.
wv,wu a jearrana it will be in Mr
Tanners power to larerelv increase thflr
laws. There 4s some talt of
defeat his confirmation by the Senate,
but it would hardly be possible, as
nirnntr WnMLl.. "11 . l
xicjiumican wm vote for him
they dare not do othprwicto
with circulars invifino- e.a by the JNational l'rohibition Bureau.
ier, includine those who thlg 5 fi"'? of a Mr.Demoreat.
T-of,, - " , i'ir. rv. u. Patterson, or unina lirove.
.v..ou ucuiui s. in mnw m. fi i.;. i.
I , ) IJUCU HIS 11
' . - - "
miliar wit.h Hamv av. v- " ,
WU nlc m v ui u
au.a air. xanner we . sni.l
to-aay: The fiscal year beginning
the first of next July will show a diC
tr'nennips flmf rl,n i
, cu nie estimates are
.uic iur me nscal vear fiO-01
K!1'1 be PnWown for at least
ww,uw,uuii. MUreat Scott!" A ,l
the war was over tw.nf ,
39or ZZ. 3T"
t?et rirh Thn' u5 CZiZ I. T)"u V "u
-.in imic iu uaouienensinn nnonto j
we uest inmsr 1 can
tilinK Of. "
The Irish element in the Renubliein
uiHiuugn small, has
us power bv nr.voi,; tirL.-i.i i
Keids beinc? ani I'-"
plBi s -!-r v iiiuiisier w
xiiiiana, iteia had set h
?SlSJu.aJoa' b ,g?t left, al
. . - w I
--6" r nominated Minister to
rranceis a comntrisafmi u:
led feelings. ' 15 ruu"
Fres dent -Harrison hf ,'n
,l,mi,t; Z Mrnson nas issued a pro-
xcrriLory io settlement. Thi-rf.
js no goaf reason why it should not
have lean issued two weeks ao
Justice Stiinlev MffKoWc o .
preme Conrf W,A T . " . r.ou
1 S Summpr hQ ba?n Slck 8inc
rS-i?? Uru.on WeJnesday last
firvtt ui im fun vu lacn.n - f -ry I in
?J "V UICIL Atlfl than Ki..il. .
? r ?1'? knew orchis danger- 1
purcondi ion an5 had no hope ofghis to
recover, hnt l..... l u,s
recover" Knf i i 1 . . '
tb ,!,?r bat.decidVto keep H from
me pilOIlC US lonL'iw nnccIKU Tt. : i
A gentleman who is thorou-hlv faJ"St. "od
cicua;y ill Liie rpnemn r-. i v "i uciiverm
of from il0.000.nnn rS aec a.m?Uo,!s 80 ery creditably. He
m - - v uiwu i ill ii I if I r-i irmni i. i
owincr bov-of extraordinary
n . . wuouutuuu ianner willianu no has fine prospects of becc
1 y.t jviusi inns, ann it nn ore iuk, wuu nroner rrflinmir n tna
W0?1. imjS!b!e to w?t the truth -ihonf imsomuui the next tmn n order will be
a prominent man who , happens to get
sick in Washington.' Jnst why the
public should be fooled is a question
that . never has - been satisfactorily
answered. The funeral of the
late Justice took place this., after
noon from the family residence. It
waiattended by the President and Cab
inet, the Supreme Court and the Sen
ate. After the services the remains
werej)laced on a special train and
started for Glendale, Ohio, accompan
ied by the Supreme Court.
A lively fight is going on among th
Repub.icans over the position of Pub
lic Printer. In order to narrow the
lines somewhat Sir. Harrison has an
nounced that the position shall go to
the West. It is difficult to say who
will win in the final rounds which are
now on, but the impression is that
Mr. MerridiUi, of Chicago, or Os
burne of "California, i3 the coming
The negro callers at the White
House have been quite numerous of
late, but so far the President has giv
en the colored brother nothing at all.
and he is getting somewhat discourag
Gen. Badeau is trving to prevent the
confirmation of Fred. Grant, who has
been appointetKMmis'ter to Austria,
but there is little prospect of his sut-
ceeding. Fred. Grant is not a brillian
man by any means, but he has not op
enly been guilty of anything uisgrace
ful, while Badeau, by his action in
suing the wife of the man who raised
lim from abject poverty to affluence
and kept him up for years, forfeited the
respect of honorable men.
lhe Senators are growing restless
about adjournment, and it is not like-
y that they will remain longer than
about April 5th., as that is about the
mie set tor several f the junketiin
committees to get started on their ex
All the clerks in the First Assistant
bstraater-General's office are working
hree hours a day extra time owing to,
he immense number of applications
or the fourth class post-offices which
are pouring in:
John L. .New, the mau who helped
to steal Indiana, has gotten the best
berth under this Government. He has
been appointed Consul General at Lon
Jir, james booK. oi concora, is in our
Rumor says that some one was on our
streets the other day soliciting sub.scrij-
tinnci t n fVio "NT f! Amglam " wVii.Vi mm II
soon be published at this place. Your
correspondent knows nothing definitely
about it, if the report be true, the paper
may prove a success, but will not scruple
to tell him that, as far as the people of
Mt. ricasant are concerned, she needs no
newspaper, for she has now very profi
cient "news-carriers," in fact I never
knew of any place that could be comnar
ed to it in that respect.
The sacFament of the Lord's Supper
ill i. Ji" . 1 j 1 IT 1 ,f, .
w in ue nuiiniuisiereu in me iioiy mil
ky EvaniiLutheiau church Sunday, the
There was a contest in the collcee
chapel for fa silver Prohibition badge.
o the onefdelivering the best Prohibi
tion declamation was to be awarded the
badge. The contestants were Messsrs
R. J. Ritchie, J. L. D. Barringer, J. L.
Miller, G. A. Earnhardt, J. L. Rendle
man, C. B. Cox and C. A. Eddleman.
The badge was awarded to C. B. Cox.
with honorable mention of Messrs. Ren-
and Barnhardt. All the con-
testants need praise for their worth v cf-
fort8' The was presented t6 the
successiul candidate with appropriate
remarks by Prof. Schaid. It was award-
ome on Friday. March 15th.
and returned the following Monday with
a pleasant account of his visit.
Mr. A. V . Sherril. of Enochville. ac
companied by Mr. H. N. Miller, visited
his home on the 15th inst. Mr. H. re
turned with a smiling countenance, but
MTK S ta .0 louver nni Sir!
31. said that he was most favorably im-
presseawnn ii.nocn vine and ussurround-
"gs. ana mat the people there were the
d!Shrstuge,ner?s' most agreeable,
V" " me most congenial
MT".0 '"f"! "urranior
i, -.t .
h'nAnhfri I ri
7 J I"-"ut aitcuucu
ine closln5 exercises of the public sc
ftt,Tamany Hal1 last Friday night
ine closlnS exercises of the public school
rr" .t"a w"
dered by the larger pupih
ed recitations, dcclamati
x ne rnze is set Uefore us," ren
... 1 . l . . . '
ysw,;Ruu everymiug else that is rqui
site to a country school exhibition
rr i ll
ujcci, usjitiu. ine
exercises aunougn pi eparea without the"
Knowledge and assistant nf .hA
pa, were very commendable,
young boy,. Harold Beatty, esp.
in the future.
r. P. c.
Fr thc lelief and cu of the inflam-
?ai on ana congestion called a "cold in
Lne hea4 there is more potency in Elv'
"alm "?. Whing els. it h
ha fn. . . v . : . : .
1? 4 ' f"81" maKing a brilliant
MWH. a reraeay ior cold in the head
itial state of these complains Cream Balm
T' ?.J caJ of
v""uu,v' nu nay iever alter all
other modes of treatment hnvo
i 1 -. v.
Mr. Andrew Carnegie, the Pennsvlva-
.2. x . . t : i i i ii
lia. iron kinS has been holding forth to
r m.aaeipDians on uie lact that southern
minerals are forging ahead and that
western Penusylvlnil is losiurerouml
n the manufacture of steel. He hold
the rai,roads largely responsible for the
8tate - thinss maintaiing that there is
a fierce te discrimination against his
OWI section. i here is no doubt that the
?0Uth'8 day nn the matter of
jron manufacture and otherwise, and not
rnnswiiiPiK- ni nrntKt An hn : n :
A trust has been fermed in New York
lAVt KAI- llA . 1 A. V
".v-""ll"'.tuo wruugo uiuret ana put up
Pnc- Since Bishop Lyman his dii-
COYered that ihn irnnhPR la en ra AivwA f
1UIO I . ' - . . i. ...t M 1J -
.i County Locals. . -'
By our Correspondents.
- CHINA GEOVE.
Over 1500 bushels of corn were sold
here last week.
Dr. J. B. Gaither is making prepara
tions to build his new house on Hotel
Chickens in demand at from 40 to 45
cents each. Over 2,000 were bought and
shipped from here last week.
Mr. R. M. Rosebro is having his house
Rev. E. P. Green held divine service
at Christ church last Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Campbell, of Woodleaf, wil
conduct services at the Academy next
What has become of your Gold Hil
correspondent? Has he been apelled
We noticed a communication in the
Watchman a few weeks ago speaking o
the challenge spelling match between
Cleveland and Geld Hill, and the writer
said he toough't thaWhe ehallenge made
uy nie leveianu man to oe thin . and
J A. 1 A. T il ' 1 1
1 Xl -ll 1 ; A a ...
uescani, uui i luins nis remarks were
just as thin and descant as the challenge
The farmers are too busy at present to
get any of the news that is going.
The measles has about subsided. We
do not know of any new cases among
the whites, but the blacks are still hav
ing a right serious time of it.
Well, didn't Cleveland hurl the darts
at us last week about that soellinir
match! We thiuk we must have touch
ed some tender point, that made them
fire so sharply. They blame us for not
being ready for battle. We did not
know they were going to fight with such
ancient relics as the 44 blue back," or we
should have hunted up some, and sharp
ened them up as keenly as they have
theirs. We rather think they carried
their weapons concealed until they were
about to charge. We will leave our
readers to decide for themselves who
backed and whox "kicked," but we will
always baye our own opinions about the
And there is 4,01d Blue Back," too, who
came to their reseue. Poor old fellow !
They needed some help and wc have no
doubt .4hey appreciate your services.
You didn't hit us anywh ere but on the
"back-bone." We want to inform you
that eur back-bone is all right, and quite
strong enough to pull us out of the old
ruts" that our forefathers made fifty
years ago. If it w ere not, wo would im
mediately apply a porous plaster to
strengthen it which we would advise
you to do. Advancement is being made
in everything else, and why should w
not discard the "blue back"? We not
only hoot at it, but we detest it. There
may be some who can spell every word
in it, but what is gained by that when
they can't define one-twentieth of th
words; and besides, how many words do
we find in the English language that are
not in the blue back speller? I presume
we have said enough about it, and doubt
ess the people of Salisbury have already
had a hearty laugh at 113, so wo think it
best to drop our pen and bite our fingers
thankful that we have fingers to bite at
State Senator T. L. Banks of Wake, on himr in
tf-rvlewed by the leporterotthe Raleigh News-Ob-
?. ' ,l,.JUBl "is rtriurn irom w asningtOD, trave
It as Lis opinion that the President. I m,.ir.o-
iuucwiiuenuy in maKing appointments, ht has
.Vru "'tLu,ar!5Uii,!'UiP oi loc w entern N. c. district
to W.W. Rollins, unsought-bridging over three hot
v.uuraiuisiui iue piace 10 reacn mm. The Sen
ator thinks col. Dockery will be given choice ot
Minister to. Brazil or tome other place as good; and
'"""'""J- ? ,llu " raarsuai :or tne tastern
dlstrlct.-O J Spears, z. V. Walser. Johs B. Eaves,
1. L. Kussell, J. c. Harris. 4as. Boyd, James Harris
mm uiuu iruuiic ins oi .onn uarouna are In the
nuiiiug ior someiuing ip ian on them.
rJVLJL& ZeJ? tor Post Office at
unura1wiu-i5,u;jj.seHe()0 ODe gig With the
i cjuuiikau ii-uucrs vuerc on tub Olntr.
rtnTheie,w.a.,,5'000 flre ln Brooklyn, N. T. Tue.
, - -t pvnwnai injury to a rew
few occupants ot houses. A more destructive are
occurred! n Chicago. same day-loss over l,ooo,ooo
v ,""?e.aroid nunsrarlan girl Just landed ln New
J oi k, fainted on scelug a tall ncgio man near her.j
.iJTl!Le.at rarn,e.,! entnuslnsm InLondoa an 1 prepnra
nil V ii u,m a roonster banquet. Mr.
v..uuaLVuc "in ninuu it ana presiae.
A deaf mute farmer near Columbia, s. C. on beln
LD tre,ith ., 1!15 sop had married went it him
" L" ,uu, eui "i3 nroat. it is believed
nvuun 19 wiai. i ue om man is in Jail.
ti c venUOnt)l me Young Men's Chrls
XX "S ,?..85s,OD at Wilmington sVt-
and the Star ln reporting the exercises miib thv'
were varied and Intenselv lnierrMir u
ni e.rple vere 80 tm7 to the Tmpor:
.V . . " " "uu rrugious euinosiafm that Dre-
highmnncn roU3e1 thezealof our people toX
The reports show the most encouraging evidence
Of o-n.nl nnrt- hnlnn .w " ?" CTIUCUtC
o "" uuuc uy me Association.
x'f2i,,J1?'!ul?rll: went toetore him to
w.f.f uiuviAin auu I ffl liMf nr mar trAm rr . V n . .
ofTH!;,!?uiWAn3 are xpcllliw the Jews from some
The proU'cUve tariff falls to bold up wages ln
Lancaster. Pa., and strikes elsewhere prevail.
PUBLIC SALE OF
Valuable Town Property.
BEING desirous of leaving the State, we
will, on Monday, the first day of April
1SSU, at 1 o'clock p. m., sell at public auc'
tion at the Court House door in Salis
bury, for cash, three valuable ton Int.
one brick house and lot on Fulton street
opposite F. E. Shober's where we now
reside, the lot beiaj. on West side 191
feet, fromt 182 feet; East side 283 fort witir
good well of water and in a hijrh and
healthy location. One house and lot on
Main street, and one house and lot on
Good title given 1o propertv,
Mrs. II. E. & Victoria I. Johnson,
J. W. Maun'ey, Attorney.
W. I Stalliigs, Auctioneer. ;
lA.t ,1 - -. - '
To suit all kinds of people,
any price and
The LEADING JEWELER.
THE STOCK of
and MUST BE SOLD. If LOW PRICES is the KEY NOTE
IB lTlPVlfjlKlo TYr rn Tf i rllT o -rr.
Main Street, Sign of Big Gold
ana wen selected stock ot SHOES, HATS', TRUNKS, VALISES
and UMBRELLAS as can be found in the South
Gents Hand Sewed Calf, Kangaroo and Olive" Goat Shoes,
any style at $o.00. " i
Ladies and Misses Oxford Ties in Tan, Russet and- Olive,
the most fashionable colors, at $1.25, $1.35, $1.50, to $3.00.
Ladies Black and Bronze Opera Slippers, $1.00 to $4.00.
Fifteen cases of Ladies Opera Slippers at G0cts. per pair.
Ladies Patent Leather Tip Ties at 90cts. per pair.
26 inch Gold tip Umbrellas Good Value) $1.2o.
28 inch Gold tip Umbrellas (Good Value) $1.50.
The Largest, Cheapest and
Orders by mail promptly filled. -
J. Z. SpHULTZ, Salisbury, N. O.
Sign of the Big Gold Boot.
In all Cities, Towns and
Villages ia the Sotb.
J ALLEN BEOWN Resident-Ao-ent Salisbury N. C.
Having taken but letters of IminiQ.
t ration on the sta.tn nf wnium pna
deceased, all person's indebted to said
estate are hereby requested to make
prompt settlement; aud all persons hav
ing claims against the estate are hereby
notinod to nresent ihpm t mo n k
fore the 19th day of March, 1890, or thi3
notico will be plead in bar of their re.
March 19, 1889.
AdmV nf Willi
. C. Blackmfu. Attv t
- . i
this Company is now
n 1 1 i .- .A i. 1 ft .
MJ1 UJU at iiiy piace oi ousiness
Boot, where you will find as large
Handsomest line of-TRTTVI
fi& RELIABLE, LIBERAL
JJf f Sllf nt.
William C. Coakt
Having qualified as Executor of the
estate of Nancy Smith, dee'd, I hereby
notify all persons having claims against
said estate to exhibit them to me on or
before the 2Sth day of March, 1890. All
persons indebted to said estate arc re
quested to make payment without fur
Dated March 28, 1889.
31. L. BEAN, Executor
23:6t. of Nancy Smith, dee'd.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
jj ' J j juj" 'l, 1.14. Tmmjt Jrc
JXO. A. HOYDEN". 1883 v h
BOYDEI & Dill
Grain, - 1
; Fertilizers, t
n i i n I 1 1 1 1 hk
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING
which we wiU offer to the Tradt-at
Easy Terms to Farmers.
The cntir-' satisfaction given bjourGtj.
anos last Season justifies us saving that
. .. . h .
" there are none better than our"
WE ITAYE TIIE
For Corn, Cotton, Tobacco, Ac.
THE SYRACUSE :
IS NOW PERFECT; 7
is something that every farmer petit,
gWe will rmy the hisbestewb
pncc3 f r Cot ton, CaI ton &
-and all kimls of Grata.
'l37Cail and tfcnsi .
. Respectfully, ;
Farmer's Friend, .