A Majijtratp'i Offics.
the office of Justice of th Prace
Is aTeriniKrtant on( gorxl for the
preserratinn of peace, good order and
bound Morals. It is h ioore potent
,md important factor than the Super
ior Court, nad can wield a more bene
ficial ad .-wholesome influence upon
Ihe conduct of a community. How im
pertent it is then that good men should
Jiold the scales of Justice in this very
impo.tent office. A magistrate should
fl a man of strong and positive and
decided conviction of what is right,
ithd what is wrong. Ifc should have
4 tnind of his own, and not stand feady
Jo be ,waved by the slightest (influ
ence. Jle should be above prejudice,
fiboxe temptation, and far removed
rom the remotest semblances of brib
ery and corruption. His official robe
should not have a spot of suspicion on
it, but be ready any time to be Md up
for the most rigid -scrutiny aid inspec
tion. The stream of Jiis adjudication,
"however small and narrow and shallow
its current, should always flow with
stainless tides of crystal purity. There
shouM be no dregs of corruption
mingling' with its waters of justice,
soiling "and polluting and coloring
jfcheirflow. Every ripple should be as
chaste as a moon Warn, and as .free
from stain as the glittering rays which
come dazzling down from the God of
Day. TJie decision of a magistrate
should command as much respect as
the decree of the Judge on the Bench,
and his ruKngs should be characterized
by the same fairness and inflexibility,
and stand as far removed from all sus
picion of being weighed in the scales
of undue influences as the sun is from
the earth, The office of the magis
trate is an important one--a very im
portant one and should be filled only
by men of good judgment, sound
sense and with an integrity as bright
and as spotless as the stars that gem
ihe coronet of niglrt. Deaf and dead
in every emotion of "fear, favour or
hffectiou, reward or the hopeof re
Ward," a magistrate should stand as
immovable upon his pedestal of right
and honor as a rock inbeded moun
tain amid the raging of the storm.
This being the case, the office of mag
istrate is then robed in awe and re
spect, and no decisions lire then re
garded with the eye of suspicion.
Kvery one who holds the scales of
-justice, should be like Calpljurnia
above every imputation of wrong and
dishonor. They cannot be too careful,
too painstaking, too jealous of their
reputation and their honor, for when
they dream not, the Argus eyes of the
public are upon them, and the busy
and k'-enlv sharpened scalpel of a well
directed criticism is cutting down into
theirotfieial nuotomy, anuexposihg all
the gangrene or dishonor which may be
The Fascination of Niagara.
u Never " said an; old resident of the
village, have I known of so many
people going over the falls as during
fl . . i-i . il. t.--
ne past six ukjuwis. jjanng mat
time some eiglit or nine persons have
been known to puss over, three of which
have been deliberate suicides. It is u
source of wonder to many people living
here why persons will come from a dis
tance to ,Niagara apparently to commit
The press dispatch sent out from
Biughamton under the impression that
the last suicide was a Miss Mead, of
that place, says that a young lady visit
ed this placu a short time ago and has
been "strangely fascinated with'Niag
' ara ever since." It is a well known
fact that scarcely any two persons
have the same impression when first
looking upou the rapjds or falls. Only
U few evenings since your co-respondent
heard a clergyman in a neighbor
ing city make this remark! "I never
look upon Niagara above the tails but
that there is a strong desire to get into
the water, lie down and go with it. 1
have no thought of suicide, but it al
ways seems to me as if it would be
pleasant to go with the water."
j A ladyi'rom Rhode Island was mak
ing her first visit to Niagara, and was
standing on one of the Sister Island
bridges looking into the rapids under
neath. She hurriedly took the arm of
her companion and asked to leave the
Et.j Upon reaching the center of
it Island she sank upon a seat, (seem
ly exhausted and very nervous.
When asked the cause, she saidi: " I
don't know wliatcame over me, but if 1
liad stood en the bridge another mo
ment nothing couid have prevented me
jumping in to the rapids."
-! Why," . said her friend, udo you
wish to commit suicide? "
urou loroiu: saiu sne. " j was
the furthest thought. -but there was an
impulse which I could not control, and
r do not think I jould dare live at
" Others have experienced .a similar
sensation . Niatja ra Cor. Buffalo Ex
John Brown's "Fort" jn Danger.
John Brown's ufort," the old engine
bouse used as a citadel by the -great
aiiti-slavery leader and his followers
thirty years ago as a place of refuse
from the soldiers and citizens surround
ing them, is to be demolished, and will
disappear forever unless the as yet un-
suDsrantiateU rumor that it has been
purchased by4in 4ssciation of eastern
gentlemen for removal to Philadelphia
should be true. The Baltimore & Ohio
Ifoilwfcidcompany redetermined upon
a very decided change in the location
of its main line at that place, the new
survey running directly through the
old engiue house. Tens of thousands
have gazed with interest upon the
' fort " from car windows and plat
forms since the war, and the demolition
of the old building will be regretted by
man v all over the 9tr. Harper s
l. ..... a .J 't- Tl .
Grampus, Porpoise and Whale.
f Without consulting anilities on
the subject, the idea that the Grampu.
does nut belong to the whale species,
turns us back from information deriv
ed from an old sea Captain, Bradley,
commanding the schooner Rienza, in
1837. His vessel passed through a
school of the Grampus in May, of that
year, off the coast of North Carolina,
and he shot one of fheiu, the shot
striking just below the dorsal fin3 too
high up to kill but 4n the conversa
tion whi h ensued at the time the Cap
tain spoke of the Grampus, Whale and
the Purpart 'as all belonging to the
same family, and knowing nothing to
the contraiy, the old man of the sea.
has been authority for us until now,
when, it seem, we have to stand cor
rected by a man in u sky land, who,
perhiipe, has ncvea been out of sight
fof land in all Ins life, and kno.vy no
great deal about fish, great or small,
except what he in ay have learned from
Naturalists, whose business it is to
compare and classify subjects under-
The Ashevillo Cifiten lately had
something about whales being on the
North Carolina coast. The New York
Times has a New York corresponnent
who confirms what was said, but falls
into an error which the watchful and
learned editor of the Citizen is prompt
to correct in the following way. He
"The captain referred to falls into
an error by confusing the whale and
the grampus. They are both ceta
ceans,l)ut of widely different species.
There is about the same relation be
tween the elephant and the tiger; the
bulky whale much the larger animal,
inoffensive in habit, feeding on infus
oria? and other minute products of the
waters, grazing as it were; the other,
the grampus, tierce and quarrelsome;
armed with sharp and powerful teeth.
attacking the whale wherever he sees
him: and if enough of them join in the
attack, kill him and tearing his flesh
into ribands. The whale is from sixty to
eighty feet long, the grampus rarely
exceeds twenty-five, and is rare on the
southern coast, while the whale is not
infrequent in the waters between Cape
Lookout and Frying Pan shoals, off
In the matter of tolerating society
nuisances, Americans are accused of
being a long suffering people; but
whatever their own practice, they will
always be ready to cry: " Served him
in every case Idie the follow-
the story of which comes from
England. In a railway carriage sat a
pale middle aged ladya slender youth,
hardly out of his teens, and a burly
At one of the stations a young man
got in, holding a lighted cigarette in
his hand, and as the smoke curled in
the lady s face, sbeTcoughed.
'"This is not a smoking carriage,"
said the youth.
" P am not smoking," retorted the
new comer. il I dare sayWny cigarette
will keep till we get to the next station."-
' Tobacco smoke makes my mother
ill, and I must ask you to put out your
" I'm not smoking, ancLl shall not
"Then I'll make you!" said the lad.
His face had grown pale, and as he rose
the other put out a formidable fist
which would probably have crippled
And now a strange thing happened.
The burly squire had hitherto remained
quite passive, but he now produced
something which glittered in the sun
light; there was a click, and the young
man with the cigarette, was securely
' You will pick up your cigarette and
throw it out of the window," said the
squire, who proved to be a detective
dressed for some important work.
The cigarette was clusily picked up
with both hands and dropped out of the
window. Just, then the train rolled
r.. 4-. . a i
mm .i suumii, auu me- young man.
muttering, " Very sorry won't do it
again had no idea" was given his
liberty, which he hastened to use by
slipping at oijce out of the carriage.
With All Thy Raising, Raiie Hoffs.
We see a great quantity of bacon
being shipped to this country, and when
we ask some farmers why they don't
raise their own meat thev answer bv
saying, the hogs die with" jiholera and
it is useless to fry to raise them. Yps
the hogs "Hie with cholera and we mnt
raising t hem f the worm eat up the cot-
ion ana we plant still more the next
year. Why not try the, hogs again,
too? -Certainly men cannot raise cot
ton at 8 cents per pound and buy ba
con at froni 12 to 18 cents. It is true
-that cotton is the only product Tn this
country out. of which farmers can real
ize money with which to pay off notes
auu oiner aebts. Tnuts right, raise
cotton, but raise hogs, also.' They are
the crop that this con u try needs most.
The hog crop is the cheapest crop that
a farmer can rav e. They maturequick
er, can be raised cheaper,and taken alto
gether are cheaperthau any other crop.
Any farmer who does not raise his own
meat is to that exteut a failure, and if
lie keeps it up will soon be stonnin un
the broken wiudow panes with paste
boards and pillow cases, and pay 10
per cent, interest for borrowed monev.
If your hogs die, buy more while your
money lasts or your credit is good. If
the worm eat your cotton, brace it up
with a pea crop and buy more hogs.
A failure never justifies u give up.
iThere is always one more i.h:.n.
Let Yq ix Mind Aid Your Hands.
At the present lime there are too
many who endeavor to be successful,
or in other words who get their living,
by "nmiu strenth aud ignoranc." This
is" a direct result of the neglect of a
proper education in early life. In
some cases physical exerJon may be
necessary to the accomplishment of the
end sought, but in nine cases out of
ten this Is a simple waste of strength
through tjie neglect of mental train
ing, aud reminds one of the philosophy
of the proverbial son of Erin, who
while not lacking in wit is not witty,
for he will invariably attempt to make
his muscle do what his mind ought to
do, or at least what it ought to assist
Good judgement is oftentimes more
valuable than years of experience.
Some workmen will not put the least
bit of calculation into a piece of work,
and they might work on for years,
putting all their physical energy. upon
ihe work, never for a moment doubt
ing that that is the only means of ac
But turn to the proverbial Yankee,
who is not particularly fond of exert
ing himself physically, and who gener
ally contrives to make his mind serve
his body, ai.d quite. a difference is no
ticed. Instead of hammering, straii.
ing, and doing the work himself, he
deliberately sits down tu " figure out "
some device for accomplishing the
same result. If a ififficult task presents
itself, where apparently considerable
muscle is required he looks the thing
over, and generally contrives some
means of doing it without," In other
words, he lets his mind help his hands.
Here is just where the intelligent
and thoughtful workman has the ad
vantage of the illiterate and ignorant,
and is the reason why we find so many
really good workmen, so far as physi
cal force is concerned, plodding along,
earning barely enough to support
What American workman need is
to cultivate their minds, and equalize
the labor between the mind and body,
resulting in a more perfect condition
of both, and rendering their services
more skillful and themselves more
Let yonr mind help your hands, and
yon will find your work easier, your
lite happier, and yonr condition gener-
ally much improved.
Many a rur ilist can profitable em
ploy his leisure this month in making
permanent other improvements upon
his premises. If the season be dry,
draining may be done advantageously.
Under-draining is nerded on many
farms, and is an investment that would
pay large dividends for a succession of
years. It increases the fertility arid the
productive capacity of the soil and
man who augments; the productive
power of his acres by increasing their
yield, annually, adds materially to the
cash value of his whole farm. Well
laid tile drains are the cheapest in the
end, and the mo.t effectual in fitting
the land for cultivation; but stone
d nins, brush drains or open d it t lies, if
put at sufficient depth and provided
with proper outlets, will do good ser
vice while they last. Some farms have
shackly buildings and fences that
greatly need repairing- of new ones to
replace them. Substitute gates, for
bars, juid you will make a
provt-ment. If you have plenty of
material, build g od stone walls, or
repair those out of order. On many
farms the conveyance of water through
pipes or logs toil e dwelling, barn, ect.,
will prove a most valuable improve
ment, while the arrangement of water
ing places for stock should not be
overlooked. Other lk betterments" may
be made about the farm and dwelling
at this season, but our wideawak
.1 1 . B II 1
reauers neeu no runner reminders oi
the subject. Independent.
13 Your Soul Insured?
" Fa," said a little boy. as he elimhe
to his father's knee and looking iut
his face as earnestly as if he understoo
the importance of the subject, u Fn, f
vour soul insured? "
" What are you thinking about, my
son?" replied the agitated father
" Why do you ask such a question? "
"Why, pa, I heard Uncle George
say you had your house insured and
your life insured, but he didn't believe
you had thought of your soul, aud he
was afraid you wouid lose it. Won't
you insure it right, away ? "
The father leaned his head on his
h ind, and was silent. He owned broad
acres of land that were covered with
bountiful produce, his barns were even
now filled with plenty, his buildiusrs
were all covered by insurance; but, us
if that would not suffice for tlie main
tenance of his wife and only child in
case of decease, he had the day before
taken a life policy for a large 'amount;
yet not one thought had he given to
his immortal soul. Ex.
With a view of attracting the at
tention of the entire financial interests
of the United States to the growth of
the South, to the advantages of this sec
tion and to the oportunities for profita
ble investment of sill kinds that are to
be found in every State, from Mary
land to Texas, the Manufacturers Re
cord will publish a "Special Bankers'
Edition" of that paper, a copy will be
sent to every bank (national State
and private) i:i the United State?, to
loan and trust companies, brokers,
leading insurance companies, and
financial institutions generally.
Fortune knocks once at every man's
door, but she doesn't so huntinr
j through beer saloons for him if he
i happens to be out. Puck-
Although Glad to Get Foreign PupUj,
They Are AhuieJ of Them.
AH of us have our experiences of the
Invincible contempt ia which we are
held by our atolid mentors, who accept
our presents with, the air of a chiet
levying- tribute from his retainers.
Amusing indeed are the ways in which
the frowsy old pedagogues betray their
feelings, and childishly ingenious the
devices to which tbey have recourse in
order to -preserve their assumption of
tkeir superiority before their countryr
men while disguising it before the forv
oigner. Chinese etiquatte helps them,
for they can put it on and off at pleasure,
and trust to the foreigner not being
cute enough to follow its ramifications.
But sometimes even the ceremonial
forms are a snare to thera.
One who was in the habit of being
reverentially bawed out of tha house
after each day's lesion, and stoppad at
the threshold to return the obaisaucas
of his pupil, found on one occasion a
sudden necessity for adjusting his dress,
and in doing so omitted the customary
formality. Struck by the singularity of
the proceeding, the foreigner had the
curiosity to follow the teacher into'thfi
street, and there saw passing a Chinese
Ting-ch'ai. in who3e presence the old
teacher would not demean himself by
doing reverence to the foreigner.
Another kindly disposed scholar in
duced his teacher to dino and accom
pany him to a theater. Unpleasant as
it is to sit near to a Well-nourished
Chinese during tba time while bis thor
acic air passagos are charged with ex
plosiveness, it must be allowed that
the courtesy of the Western papil was
commendable. But the guest felt fidg
ety, notwithstanding the sedative effect
of pork and beans, and Boon found an
excuse for leaving his foreign friend.
He could not, in fact, endure being
publicly seen ia the company of a
foreigner. Needless to say that in
the streets your well-bred Chinese
walk, like the Lovite, on the other
side when they see their foreign ac
quaintances approaching. Chinese
SENSE OF HUMOR.
It Ia Well DevelojMMl Aiti-Mis tlie Natives
Dr. Hook possessed a gift without
which he could never have got on in
Yorkshire, and that was a sense of
humor. Sydney Smith said that it
needed a surgical operation to get a
joke into a Scotchman's head an
opinion in which no one who has read
Dean Ramsay's "Reminiscences of Scot
tish Life and Character'" -ean possibly
agree, and there is something akin in
the grim Caledonian and West Riding
humor. I was p.-eaching one of a
course of sermons in the open air in a
non-church-going part of a town parish,
when I was pleasantly struck by tho
polite attention of tho landlord of a
small public house close by, who had
placed a chair and table at my disposal
for a temporary pulpit. So i remarked
on it to one of my hearers. "Why,
you sec." sail he. "he reckons on
some of 'em dropping in for a glass
when you've done."' A curate was
trying to make a religious census of his
flock, and asked a working man what
religion he was. "Why, you may put
me down a? tho religion of a wheel
barrow; I gj whichever way they
shove me," t. c whichever way suited
his iutereit. Another man, with a
grin on his face, "bxnted of iiis regular
attendance at church; his comrades
burst out laughing the fellow had just
left prison, where attendance at public
worship was, of course, compulsory.
But Yorkshiremen men are civil after
a fashion. One day I paid a visit to a
hand-loom weaver busy throwing his
shuttle, while his loom creaked and
groaned so that I could not get a word
in. So I asked him if he earned a
penny in five minutes. "No;" he said,
"how should I?'1 So I laid down a
penny. "Now," I said, "let us talk
for five minutes." The mm stopped,
looked at the clock "Five- minutes is
up," be said at the end of the time,
skin, but as these prove
sive to patients, and did not give yery
good results, he substituted others
froni the fowl; and the wound, which
measured three inches by two and a
hahV had completely healed in two
months. He had been equally success
ful in other and subsequent cases. He
takes the skin from beneath the wing
of a chicken, carefully securing the
adjacent cellular tissue, but avoiding
adipose tissue. The transplanted
pieces varied from a sixth to a third of
an inch in size, and they were main
tained in position by mean of a little
cotton-wool and iodoform gauze. The
skin of birds and fowls has the advan
tage of being- supple, delicate, and
vascular; it adapts itself readily to tho
surface of the wound, and adheres
without undergoing absorption. Medi
It is stated that two-thirds of tho
woods used in paper-making is waste.
though experiments indicate that this
can be profitably converted into fer
tilizers, It is related of a Lincoln, Neb.,
man that he journeyed to California iu
arder to see an old enemv executed.
To o u r e-cost i vencs 4 the medi e in e must
be more than a purgutivv. To be per
in Hit en t, it jnusUcoiitolu
Tonic Alterative and
TnU'a Pills possess tbeevinUtieaa
uu eminent degree, end
'hut take hank vour penny : y
1 ko lie WWP
i l the bowels tbetr Mntnol per i I altlo
I M(fllon, eo etutentinl to regularity.
I Sold Everywhere.
Seeing the Wind Blow.
? Did von ever see tin iud? " .
oec n . i
"Yps. that's what I saul, U1U you
ever see tbe wind?" asked a yachtsman
a . .. iA.,tt (ho-
woo was manning a uiui ...
the yachts sailing
on the lower bay. - t
"No, I've never seen the wind " re
plied his friend.
MWeir, I'll tell you how you may.
Take a polished inetalic surface of two
feet or more, wifcn a straight edge; a
large hand saw will answer the purpose.
Select a windy day, whether hut or
cold, clear or cloudy, only let it not
rain or the air lie murky in other
words let the air 1m? dry. Hold the nie
talic surface at right angles to the
wind i. e., if th wind is north, hold
vour surface east and west and in
cline it at an angle oHorty-five degrees,
so that the wind, striking, glances and
flows over the edge. Now sight care
fully over the edge at some small but
clearly defined object, and you will see
the air flow over us water flows over a
dam." Mail and Express.
Oppos-d by the Farmers.
A Des Moines special dispatch says:
The movement of the Farmers' Alli
ance against the Republican candidate
for Governor and Lieutenant Governor
nf Iowa is so open and pronounced as
to cause great alarm among the cam
paign malingers for the safety of the
ticket. There are upward of 20,000
voters in the Alliance, most of them
being Republican. Of late years they
have largely divested themselves of par
tizanship and voted as their interests
seemed to dieiate. That thev wefe
going nearly solid against the Repub-J
lican ticket is shown by the publica- j
Hon to-day of a lengthy review of tlie
legislative records of Hutchinson and j
Poyneer, the Republican candidates :
for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, I
from the pen of N. Ii. Ash by, the
State Lecturer of the Iowa Alii nice.
Smne time ago letters were addressed
to both these candidates.
A Safi Inv3stm3nt
Is one which is guarantied to bring you
satisfactory results, or in case of Jai'ure a
returiroi the purchase pri e. In t his safe
plan yon can buy from onr-ftdvcriised.dcug-rri
rt: 4i bottle of Dt Kind's New Discovery
for Consumption. It is guaianteed to
bring reliel iaevrrv ease, when us d for
my iilfcH tion of Throat, Lung or Chest,
such as t insitiv.pt ion, Iniftjiuunation of
Luul', I'ronehit is. Asthma, , Whooping
Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and
agreeable to taste, perfectly sale, and i an
always be depended upon. Tiial bottles
tree at Khittz & Co.. drug store.
A case was decided at Watertown,
N. Y., a fe days ago which shows
that a corporation has the rht to
withhold an employe's sa'a-v, or -a j o:
tion of it, if he is caught in the art of '
stealing. Ex-Conductor Middieton
brought suit against the Home, Water-1
town and Ogdensburg railroad for $130 .
salary, which was willtheld from him j
when he was discharged from the ser
vice a year ago and it resulted in favor
of the railroad company, the testimony '
f the Finkerton detectives having
shown that the plaintiff failed to report
Pares collected on the tr;;in, amounting
in one' mouth to more than the sum
withheld from him.- Xeip YinTT Ttle
graut. An EmisLsnt Doctor's Proscriptior.
Dr. C. P. Henry.Chieago.il!., .vim has
praeticed an dieine in;inv years. sayJast
Spring he ued and presnibed Clark
Extract of Flax (Papillon) SULn Cure in 40
or "() cases, and never knew a ease In re it
"ailed to cure. ' I know f no reined I
can rely on so implicitly." I'ositive eure
for all tliseatcs f the Skin. Applied ex
Clai Ke s r i;ix bo:ip is nest tor JJ r les.
Cure $1.0;) Soap 2.) cents, at Jno. II.
ss' Drug Store.
am cutting a swell," as the sur
i reuiaiked while lancing a boil.
Lady in South Carolina Writes:
i 1 . 1 1
y labor was snorter ana less painiui
on two former occasions: physicians
lished : I thank von for " Mother's
id." It is worth its weight in gold.
rite the Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta,
for particulars. Sold by all druggists.
It is the court-ship that leads to the
Sfeam, Air and Vacuum PumDs. Vertical and Horizon
tal of every variety and
Fond vt tito XTcwspper
Prom 'Crew o. towa.-'Iainileflc i
. .. ..o nnr rj'illh'lS Wt
nave m-i-i, . . ... .
run tct'Hy, wmwn
u. . - ',,.,
...,! iu- DtltV .IS Wl'ir n
Miw.r,ii.i impel us to uVpnrt irom
... t.. a-iv to our reauers
. ' r ...il... mlrtclv
-the m distreWin
I f""-" . ; Willi or-
-CUIW, 1 r,.!i.f
"dK.ary remedies ami ft "US , '
"from TlK- r use. we ouiaineu H"TK
-Chrkc's Extra, t of Fix ifM
: Cou..h Cure, obtain'mir aTu.ost instant re
th-! and a steady imprnvcn
"us('M br -f lMttfcs nulv $100, Akhn
Clarke's Flax Soap. BejH U'
Uolh oftl.c alMjvt- for fertfi by J H
There are over 3.000 spoken langua
ge in the world, and out of nil human
ity you c::iri find one man that uses a
single one correctly.
rsirt- ! ?v to our cilzirrs, that for
years v- have lieeii selling Ir. Kwa " NW
DiseoMi v for etmaaipl ion. Dr. Kin-V
New Lite. Pi !!s, Hark leti's Arnica Sateand
Electric -Hitlers ad have never handled
remedies that .-ell a- well, or that have
oivrn such uw-versal wUwlHclhm. We do
j not hesitate t. tru uantce them rvcry-linw,
I and we stand ready to reluntl the pur Inise
price, if sati-'actoi'v results do not follow
their its;. Thse reined lesJiave won tneir
jretit p-ipularly n their merits T. .
klutt. & Co.. Diu i:i-ts.
WH LU cr" LABOR
LESSENS PAIN T0 LIFE or
diminishes oTHER ur
BRADFIEU) REGULATOR C0.TLANTAM
SOLO BY ALL DHUGSSTS.
sold BY-STEcRE, WELLS A CO.
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS AND
COPY RIG UTS.
ObtUned, xnd allothn bncgt in Ujc U.S. Paten
Oill'.-e .attended to for Moderate Fees.
our office is opposite Liie I . S. I' ueot Office, anc'
we can obtain Patents ia Ics tune tliaii thcfcere
Send Model or ilruw ing. W'c ulvli-f ;iso p'aten
abllii v-tree of charge ;and make AYtii;w.rjir
We refer lier" to JJie Postmaster, tie Supt.o
Monev order l lv., ami to oiHetalJ- of tUe V. S. Pat
ent ofilce. Forctrcnlar. adviee. terms and refer
enecs to a'.tia! :iiems in voui ov-trt ate or county
writ to C.A.SNOW & CO.
Opposite Patent Ollice, Wasblngt i D.C.
Oct. 81 .'S3 tf.
BUILDING TOTSlOR SALS.
Persons wanting to buy building lots
near Livingstone Colleiro ore rcciuestcd
to inquire at
from Ohio. ller it a
portrait of Mr. t.ai ri
mi. of Salrm, Ohi'.
,He writes: "Was at work on a farm for
Kt&O a month ; I now have on mgvncy
ation Hud oitru make J$&0 u day."
for K. C. Allen &Co'saHums and inibli-
&ign d) W. H. UARKISON.
William Kline, Ilinrisliur, I'a..
write, : VI have "iievt-r kmnvii
llilnR lo ell like jour album
Vtvifunlfiv 1 look Turdt-nt tnaoufrki fo
pay r..e ovrr !.. ' W. J. EU
iu.re, li.-ap.-r. Me., wriies: "I
take an onlvr fur your album at
aluinst evijry ione I visit.
k . :
Di hen are Uoiup quit a w ell ;
r a Biiiffle dn v . i k . '
vf hae not patc to (five ex--tr
tct, fnmi ihMr letters. Everv
one who take hold of this jrrand buoiiieaa .i U- s up praud prottls. -
Shall we start YOU in this business,
reader? Write to us and learn all about it for j-ouraclf. We
are startiiifr many ; we Will stmt you if you don't nVIay until
aHoiherfftMff ahead f you in vour part of the t-duutrv. If vcu
take hold you will be able to lek up goid fast. QJ1 1 a il
On aerouut of a lorn d uianufarturer'a aalie SA,4MMt (en
loll: Pliol;!':iili Alliums areto be soldno th
people for 83 each. Bound m Hoy a I Crimson Silk Velvo. .
Plu.li. Charminirly deenr.ited inside. Handsomest albums in tlie
world. Larj-vitt Size. tireaTeM buryaiin ever known Aleuts
wanted. Liberal terms lii? money for agreuts. Auv one can
become a successful apent. Sells itself on siht little or no
talking necessary. Wherever shown, every one wants to pur
chase. Agents take thousands of orders with rapitiitv uevrr
before known. Great profits await every worker. Agents arc
making fortunes. Ladies make as much "as -men. You, reader,
randoaa well as anyone. Full information and terms froe,"
to those who write for same, with particulars ami terms for our
Family liibles, liooks and Periodica la. After you know all,
should you conclude to go no further, whv no harm is done.
Address E. C. ALLEN .0.." AUGUSTA, M.,iE.
J. ALLEN BEO'WN,
&akes,oTH EASY i
'" ABA ' " -
Regular Horizontal Piston.
The most simple, durable and effective
Pump in the market lor, Mines, Quarries,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artcsicn
wells, Fire duty and general manufacturing
purposes. GST Send" for Catalogue. ' .
iib a. i cameroii mm pomf wobk
Fojr oy East 23aoSrnM$r Ntw York.
Sash, Doors, Blinds. m
w ALL Miu
rs. r- ....
Stfam Easrmes and "Rrnl pre C..
w "- vjLejimn-i,
Steam Fittings, Shafting. pu
Maehittery of ull kin.ls repuired
SilORT NOTICE. -Mar.
NORTH CAROLINA urFiU )UC
nunHii wuuti i i j
U. W. ijOW-mnce,-Aam r of j
Jatne Aujustu-s J.un.son, II
In parsu'ance of an order of
rior Court of Rowan -county
the above entitled action"
1 Ml IV - .
l lie umU. m
sineu win sen on Aloiulay, tin
41 b day
of November, ISbU, on the
ouhlic outcry to theihihcsi- i,i,i,i,.i. '.v
following described real estad- in .tw3
township, Rowan county, to wit- i
tract of land adjoining the lands .0f t
Leazer, L. R. Connelly and .). K Jamj
son, containing 60 Acres, more a-leasl
Wing a part of the land on wind, Jauiw
A. Jamison formerly residtd, aiso ;lu u
divided interest in a lot i.r laud adjoin,
ing the lands of J. K. Jamison, j
Weddington and others, containing tl
acre, on which was fgrmerly located I
Terms of sale made known on ('lvJ.f'
sale. D. W. LOWRANCK, Adm'r f
50:t.s. of J. A. Jaffiison, dccy.l
Uratge at Clement, Att'ys
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA i
ROWAN COUhTY. j
IS' the Superior Court, 1st ()ftM
Kate C. Foster, Plaint ill". , -Against
John S. Heuderson, trustee of Kate C
Foster, and James Foster, Thus, K. Fog.'
ter, Edgar B. Ramsay and wife Joiinie
It. ltanisay, Defendants.
Suit for ml e of Real Estate and xctUment
of Trust Fv,vl. '
In the above entitled case it aiineafing
to the Court by aihtn it f the 1'laiutiK
that Edgar B. Ramsay, '-Hie of the liefend'
ants, is a non-residi nt i f this Slate and
cannot after due-diligei:ee he ftrrjiid- .: 9
It is ordered that I'uMieaiion he wade
in the Carolina Wateli...an, a newspajjerj
nubished in Salisbury, jnotifj intrtlie .'arid 1
Edgar B. ttanisay to appear at the iicxt
term of our Superior tHyirt.-at tlie Court
House in Salisbury on the eleventh Mon
day after the first Monday ol September,
A. l., 1889, and answer -or dumir to the-,
eomplaint. J. M. 1IOHAM, Clerk,
50:6t. ' Superior -Cuui t, l u an eouoty, I
NOSTH CAROLINA' Supeisioii Couwj
ROWAW COUNTY ) - Nov!; Term, pp.
Elizahet-h- Herman, r;laintlr
- vs. '.. 1
James P. Herman, Defendant.
ACTION FOR DIYOUCE.
The defendant, James P. Herman, is
hereby summoned to appear at a Sune
i ibjr Com to be held for said eoiinty at
the Court House in Salisbury on the 11th
MoiuJayafter the first Monday iii Sep
tember, 1889., to answer or demur to the--
V,'ll- 1 1 ll I I i K J It I i III lU UUII, illtU ItV UIW
t i,:... i :.. i.:. ....,.,,. r th.
said defendant take notice that if he fail
to answer the complaint during said term
the plain till" ,vill apply to the court for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
J. M. 1IOKAH,
Clerk Superior Court.
Theo. F. Kluttz,
Plain tilf's AttV. 51:6r.
SEEKING HOME PATRONAGE
A STRONG COBlPiNY,
Prompt, Reliable, Liberal!
- A gents in all cities and towii? in tl:
J. RHODES ERGWNF, lWt
C. Coart, Secretary.
Agent, Salisbury, N. 0.
1 ' -