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1TBLI8HED XVERT THURSDAY. J. II. KING, Editor. E. T. ROLLINS, - Manager. s SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: One Year, - ,; , We Six lfoulLS, v . - . . Zx Advertising- utea made known on application DURHAM, N. C, MAR. 26, 185)0, Notice to Subscribers. The party to whom The Recorder was sold in August last and moved to Hillsboro, having failed to comply with the terras, The Durham Re corder has been moved back to Durham and will hereafter be published there. All per sona indebted for subscription will please call at the office and pay Messrs. King and Rollins, the lessees of the paper. Thanking my friends for their patronage and trust they will continue the same with the present lessees. I am Very Truly, E. 0. HACKNEY. Pueblo, Col., Jan. 18. The Tennessee Centennial Ex position, open May ist 1097, prom ises to be quite an affair. Elabo rate snd costly preperation is be ing made, and it is proposed to make it eqnal, if not exceed the Atlanta Exposition in display of southern produce and ingenuity. There is more sense in it than the Chicago Cotton Exposition. The North Carolina teachers assembly will meet in Asheville "the land of the sky" this year This was decided a few days ago and Jane i6tb was selected as the time. Besides Asheville, More bead, Wilmington and Mt. Airy all had advocates, bat two-thirds of the teachers of the state, that were beard from, favored Ashe ville and it was accordingly select ed as the next place of - meeting. The Battery Park hotel will give a rate of $2 per day to the teach ers- The North Carolina teachers assembly is one of the largest bod ies of teachers in the south The Wilmington Star, the oldest daiiy paper in the state under continuous management, entered its 2!th year .this we;k During all these year W. H. Bernard, editor and owner, has made the Star promineut in North Carolina newspaperdom Apart from its news service, the pithy paragraphs for which it is famous, has done much to wards the popularity of the pa per. Asheville Chosen. After much uncertainty long drawn out, the committee of the North Carolina Teachers association have decided upon sky capped Asheville as their rendevous this year. tIf contrast of scenery with the salt ocean zephyrs of Morehead, where for years they have been wont to meet as a lot of children gather ing home for holiday, their ob ject is attained. To the professors in the larger schools, with adequate salaries, the change will doubt less be pleasant, but to the country public school teacher on small salary it is question able if the extra cost will be ac ceptable. tot twelve years they have gathered under their own roof at Morthead felt at kome,and enjoyed that abandon so necewary 10 recreation. It is nt how this tbov will affect the Morehead Hotel property, but the property of the teachers and their enjoy merit, that shea' be, and probably was, coi si - red. ' Excepting the newspaper peo pie. North Carolina teachers are the hardest worked and poorest paid folks who labor, and any smoothing of their path should be arabtfd by every good cltl sen. Let them have a good lime once a year, wherever they meet. Ftarke'i (Jenuinc "Dixie Mows" only fl.20. lleriidoii A J'-uga. :i. Factories and Polities. The logic of events go to 6how that manufacturing is a powerful factor in the politics of this countrythat the manu facturiag states, locking to in dividual preservation, have a trend to protective legislation, and that they naturally run with the high tariff political element If this be true, and uncontro vertible facts show that it is, the question comes home to us here in North Carolina as to what will be the state's political affiliation a few years hence, when our chief interest will be centered in manufacturing, now rapidly increasing all over the state and in numerous fabrics? From the subjoined extract from tie Wilmington Messenger and the pen of the most his torically correct newspaper man in JNorin Carolina, ur. r. 0. Kingsbury, an idea can be formed how the id e capital of the eats will seek paying invest ment here, till the sound of tht shuttle will be heard in every hamlet manufacturing our own product, and giving em ployment to thousand of our poor bu t respectable white wo men and gir!s,some of whom are now practically unable to earn an honest livelihood. The Messenger say: "The business will surely continue to arrow in Aorta Carolina at a great rate if profits averaging from 20 to 30 per cent can be derived. Every town will go into it except possibly Wil mington. Who would not in vest in a business that shows up not less than 20 per cent? Then if mills make but 6, 8, 10, or 12 per tent, they pay as well or better thanolter 'invest ments, and far better than rail roado pay, or than merchandis ing often. There U no danger of overdoing milling in the south. The mills are in the midst of cotton fields and have great advantages. The world ueeds s much cotton go'ds and the s m h can make as cheap or cheap r than New or Old Eng land." - These remarks of Dr. Kings bury w re based upon the state ment of Judge Fulmore, who took th round of our cotton factories, that "none of the cot ton mills visited by him in Nort'i Carolina is paying less than 20 per cent on the capital invcftetl and be found several that art; paying as much as 30 percent." Already there are vague whispers that some of on manufsctors ara alligmng them selves with the party of protec tion, and that recognition at its hand wtml J be acceptable. Old Newspapers. To the lovers of ancient things, Mr. so-soman turn is ties some unique extracts, in the last issue of the Progressive Farmer, from the "jliuerva" printed in Raleigh 1796, an J edited by W ilium Bry. an. It appears that this office did the state printing at that time, and alsa job work for individuals, as evidence! by the following enry( copied from the book; "1 reasnrer Oxford Academy dr. Lottery, fa. "To printing 50 handbills, $1$. This last item is interesting to job printers as showing the differ. ence in prices now and then; and still another entry will attract the public at large namely "Cash, to received of John Hay wood for public printing, $450. It is the comparison between the prices tor public and private printing at that date makes printer of today open his eyes in wonder. From the same source it is learn ed that the state of North Caroli na subscribed for, and paid out of the state funds, for copies of the paper sent to each of its represen tative itt congress, and the editor i rsquested by the clerk of. the hcu of representaUvs to send in his bill, payable to order. Since those days a powerful change has come over the country. It has progressed prodigiously, bur whether for the benefit of the masseK, "this deponent saith not. In thme days the "Minerva" was the first and only paper in the state' What news it did not give, people went without, and those who could no tiav it rirWa tn job work, did likewise. ... ....... I Taubeneck'a Claim. St. Louis, Mo., March 22. -H. T. Taubeneck, chairman of the National Executive committee of the people's party, who has just returned from the Hutchinson, Kan sas, convention, said in an inter. view; "I believe we will carry next fall all the territories and a major ity of the states of the south and west, including Nebraska and the Dakotas, and I believe Iowa. "We ' have a ' good fighting chance in Missouri, and rare cer tain oi sweeping Texas and will carry every congressional district in the litter state, with the possi ble exception of three. "In the south we will carry without question, Alabama, Geor gia and South and North Caroli na. If the union of forces between the silver advocates and ourselves is as harmonious as everything now Indicates, we expect to cap ture all the states South of the Ohio and Potomac rivers, with the possible exception of West Vir ginia, Kentucky and ten- nessee, where the fight will be between us and the republicans. This would give the republicans sixteen states east ot the Missis-, sippi and north of the Potomac and Ohio, without taking the dem ocrats into the calcu'ation at all.' Firy'for Cuba. Senator Mills, of Texas, intro duced a joint resolution in the senate Monday, on the Cuba- Spain question, which goes farther than anything yet in troduced. The joint resolution directed the president of the Umted States to request the government of Spain to grant to the people 01 Cuba the power of local self government, and, in case the government of Spain shall refuse to take possession of the island of Cuba and to hold it until its inhabitants can institute such government as they may wish to organize; and to raise such forces as may be necessary to support it. m m- .- ! I . II I ! :' Durham Abroad. While there are some people in Durham who do not properly appreciate the advantages of living here, and th important part it plays in the outside world, the Herald is glad to say that this class is confined to that small minority of indi viduals who would find fault witu Heaven, if by an untow ard accident they should be temporaly dumped in that do main. Durham is all right; she is the queen manufacturing centre of North Carolina; she is unexcell ed in ber educational facilities, with Trnity College and our graded school in the lead; ber 'obacco market is the best in the golden belt, and though somewh it cosmopolitan in ber citizenship, socially and reli giouBly, she is without a peer in this fair land Theje are not windy claims tbey are facts recognized everywhere,' as col latteral evidence of which we append the following from the Charlotte Observer, which we take pleasure iu copying. Speaking of the close of the Y. M. C. A. meeting it says: The f fire veil services were held at the Second Presby erian church at 9 o'clock. It had pre viously been announced that Mr. James II. Southgate. of Durham, would speak at the regular service leading to the farewell service, and as Mr. Southgate's reputation as a specker had proceeded bim, he addressed a crowded house He mada a magnificent address, showing intilectual force and power as well as study. Unfair Discrimination. Our esteemed and newsy contemporary, the Evening Times, of Washington, D. C, under the head of "Still Lynch ing in the South," does this sec tion, and apparently with sec tional motive, very great in jus- fee. Ignoring entirely, not through ignorance of facts, the numerous and numberless lynching beyond the line of southern territory for most tri val cause, without warrant of justice it turns its guns upon the maligned southexpecting like the Mail and Express to make shekels by inculcating hatred to the noblest people who inhabit this continent. The Times knows as well as it kno;vs the type in its own office, that the poople of the south are the most constitution loving law-abiding people on this con tinent, but than when the "powers that be"v asmime to outrage common decency, they will rise in the might of chivaK rio honor and justice and right the wrong promised but denied by the courts. And "if this be treason," let the Times, and the putrid bloody shirt element to which a mistaken policy makes it cater, ''make s the most of it." The Bouth is the south, and witli the help of God, will always bt righting her wrongs where and when given. Are you a merchant? Corres pond with U9. We sell at whole rnvo save you freight, llemdon & 3 II. - - lC U buy C us. Flour bought B 4 the rise. Sneed & Thomas sell only Buist's seeds they are always reli able. .. to. Anna Gage wife of Ex Deputy U. S. Marshal, Columbus, Kaa.! tajt i "I waa delivered of TWINS ht lew than 80 min utes end with scarcely any pain after using only two bottle of . "MOTHERS' -.- FRIEND" SIS EOT BVTFTO, AfTlIWAia tVAmtbf Inw eratall. en reoetpt of prlea, Si. eve ear him, Book "TO MOTHbttjr maunsi rjkcuto ca, mmi, u. . SOLO BY AIX DSl'OGUTS. Nothing but First Chiss Work done at Shelburn'n. Get , Your ' Seed At Yearby's Every Paper Fresh. We Guarantee Them To Grow Your Money Back If Not Satisfied. M 7E MUST HAVE HELP. We IT pay men and women f 10 to $18 per week for easy home work. 2io books or peddling. Steady employment guaranteed Send stamp for work and par. ticulars at once. HERMANN &SEYMOUK, 213 Bouth tiixtb Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Notice of Administratrix. Having qualified tmltilirtrit of th. ctlatf ami will enatied of F.lijah II. Tiller, deceuol, I hereby notify all pereooi hairing claim agnintt bit to ut to prcaent tb tame to mt on or or tbta notice will be plead io bar ol their reeoeery. IVraooa inieMe4 to Mid eaUte art otifieil to make Immediate pevnitnt MRS. KDNEV T. TIt.LKV, Admiolftratris. Tbli Pcbniarr Mth 1896. WW PAIN KILLER TBI CHEAT Family Meiicine of the Are. Taken Internally, It Cures ' Diarrhoea, Cramp, and Pain in the (Stomach, Sore Throat, Sudden Cold, Congh, &c, &c. - - Used Externally, It Cures Cuts, Bruise, Burnt, Scalds, Sprain, Toothache, Pair- in the Face, Neu ralgia, Rhcnmattam, Floated Feet artlil mt atuind to nek atMU opuUrur, Smlrm Oitr, articl ol iim aunt Ml iftaa.-Mw. . ?Sfl bL,u"m'" ? tka Pln-Kill.r. W mu IU auk BKtU la owtbln, tb Mrnut pita, and k au v It Us a li. !!! 2r ll-a tuaUf kaM M II haul it. Hu-tl rmmtol. IlMhina hu Jrt larpuMd that Falii-KIIlM, tth I tb moat Talsabw Umlif aMdKin m Tinn. Ortmm. It hu rml merit , M wmm of rwrnarfiif al. KmdK-lnha Aeiiuirnt rttf alios ,ual ta jrj M' Fain-killat. itmitm It it mllr a Tlhl nadlolM-H la aw tt Saany Pbraiclana. rfoa rv.lfw. Bra nf lav'tatlona, bar ntr ta gawalM 2l O Ik IPo CURES ALL. Skin Blood Dispasss Himtlntinixl rKrtlje i wllh irivi aatiaCactioa tmi Tertiary ByphilU, Sjrpbiliuo klieunuiliua. P. P. P. Cures Eheumatism Sciurnloua Ulcer and Sara, Glandular Swatllng. RhcoinaUniii, Malaria, OM ehroute Vkata tba hT rwliu-ii all treatment, catarrh, akia dknaaM P. P. P. Cures Blood Poison ewnm, rt-nnlc fttnl enaaplalnta, ncreana piniiu, h IHT. muhi ntwi. ric r. r. r. i a puarenut aaa an eieeittni appa P. P. P. Cures Scrofula. Umt. Mrtll itr m the nm Miwllt. PD n Cures I 1 Malaria. Irmrataritbe. ara rwultart tatAHIted hv tha rnmtrrful lontram !lat tantti( propvtllar OS V. If. V., t tU-Uj Aah. Puke Kuutaad fuUaaius P.I. P. Cures Dyspepsia LIPOMA. NBRO .Prop DRUGGISTS, Lippraart Block, Savannah. Cf Book on Blood Diee mailed free MIME BUY (1-IKItNOnT AIH UJtlt) la SBettTafaniara Kh. HW. Train tnaiLY.CYeirar-ra-. Ue L At "fe"". ft all polnfe aUiHfk Snrxh ami f..Bih. mmA U lt sr. A. N. Hall Tre Kai r. -.v A. M tMiir L-wean ann poima nn in ortlie Htliabtiry.il all irrta in WMern irvn t aroiina. Knnseille, Teen, 1 itinrinfiitl and n-Mrtn ftinu;al Mrlolie, ftirNt arunhnrc Oreen ':ti a. 1 . . ' , Atlanta and all poioi with. ( 'imnvHa al rw.rl i n e. a (1rkille and Kara ilia atnanf Hainla;. At Oreaaaboro, oitb n nnmon ami anthwMrs V itMiUd (Uitiii.l,rxi tlie Nee York Hori.la biirt tlnm I limits hairlak for all iminto N.wth and with main linetnun n. it tVI:iu P. M. mood and intermediate kmilatati'tn, man Baa connect km r. winatnn-Ha- f. M. ( nail) f tharlrHte, Spartan baJlr bnr Oreatitill Atlanta and al: IMiinta Aaitli ! ("nt IU. CharltWUn. Kavtnnah l.l irille and at ( barloite eiih Wt,in( rar ior Angnata and Jacluon? ilie l-M f Vwwecta al "elm ft Feefeville lIurtTej ,nd ,nU-r,,,li''ii"no tba WU . , end rajrettaeille HhortCttLdail KdTV 1; 1. Vw , ' . 1 "room, rot- hH and ' hlanu. .1. TbrwiKh eoarh to rrrlro ami kawiaa .-nrt.m,(ioiMinro Kir wbm and Moreltmd daily errrptKun (!; fnt Wilminrton ami intermav A. m iiaie atauuna na thm M M, tar M taaaa 1 a .1 - I. . fl.M . . , mi iw.rw rnj Kim I A.M. mMH-.mm-m f Of r',ia uimiina Kail. ruadjirrirea at Uuldtbitro 12.US n. n. luiak' '- Durham 10 Of, . fji.dailr. jum awaa rr, p. m. kit llMMlemm, tiili K-Wyil5eyatillend KicliowiHi ' land Kaltiimin tie York kiver. Local (refgbt train alao carry ouaea. fere. . , ; Pfjtlmaa tara am afiatnnAai aaatu 9 . .m Ralelg-b to Orenboro,tnd oa moraine trato from Oreeaibnro. Iinnh!) dalle tralna kalwua TJ.I.k Chain! ta and Atlanta Onlk Hi efellH arcominoilailoa. r ij ttrkeu ana timo table sad other I' ( n.loo, apply to W H 0t5, J.M.Oir, CtnefaJKoperintandrnt.- TramcMYs W A. Tons , i'aaa Oer. Aaent. Call and tec thoa near card Jmt re ceieed at Thorn & Hobg-ood's ituJio. The are elegant. ' S. A La HetwMn Durtiam and Hcadetsea, Horroia. Hlchmond. Waahiuirtou, Baltimore, rhiladel pniaand New York, and Boiton; alo Kaleigh Charlotte, Wilmnirton, Monro. chmter, Urcca wvkxi. Ainrua, Atlanta ana an pwnui mum Wtat. , ' ' ' Daily Sx. Sunday . H. Bound No. p. 8. Bound. No. 41. Durham Uroderaoo fciitreii.. ..7.TTTT: I. io 68 a m Ar 4 H p 3 P I oj " it is a t ij 1141 " Ar ta 8 p tuLT Ar i jo n'miLr Franklintoa .... Louisburg.., Ar a a Ar ao ' Ar i ti " wkv Warren XafiuTT Uttlrton , Weldoa Ar a4 Ar 4S Ar i ii " I.t ii j4 a L wj " I. to jo t ja lie 9 5 " BovUn Franklin... . Ar 4 36 Hufl'olk .r 40 Ar 5 14 Ar j jo Ar 6 oo PortamouUl .. Norlolk. PetctiburKfA.C.t..) Richmond ( Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar 15; II 10 " Wasthfogtoa (P r r) M 4 r nmtimore - it 4 a at l a jo Philadelphia Hew York IS - II 03 V tea " ATLANTA BPKCIAL. I No. 403. , No. 401 New Otlean j ij an 1BQDK AtlanU.... Li afacoa ............. Athena Greenwood Cheatei...... ...... Monroe Charlotte...... ... Charleston ........ io io a ml oa 7 S ii 1 n a 1 u I jo II ii 6 S 1 St 4 JO IS, 40 IS 45 ' la ao a 4 n P p m P m P p a pat P P B a a? a ar a m am a a at a a pat t i oj p m ii a n at io ji a m 9 J7 am at a m Southern linen... 4.00 p m . j 10 a n jnin pn it to a m Kaieinh ., Durham , , Hendenon., Welitoii.,,...,,,.,, Norfolk ... Petersburg-,,. ... ftich mood ....... , Waafainatoa jp eai 9 oa p in it SJ am 11 i) a IJiii 11 n m Baltimore ....,, Philadelphia New York 4 41 pat 1 e p m Stoa. 40S and an Holld Pullman Vaatihal Train between Washington and Atlanta. mtas ja ana 41 nare tamugb sleeper bet wee . Weldonand New York. . No. 3H mnkea close connect loa al Portsmoat with Bsv Line for altimoi Oltf nnutistoa steamer for New York every day ia the week except roaay. wita stercnant aaa Mineir hint tot Boaton and Proridence ery day In th wees cacepi -luesaay ana i nursaay, ana Norfolk and Waahinatna S. Camnaavdailt for Washington No. 41 ma ice closecoaaectlott at Durham with train going weal on a. A D. railroad. . poriurtber tnformauoa in regard to ra-inee tlons. etc.. apply ti R. I. Cheatham, agent, Df JOKX ft. wiMDF.R, General Manager T. J. AJiOKKSON. O. p. A. B. ST. IOUN Tic Praal4u JL7l(.r,Mts!traBi Schadul Is Effect Fetruary 9, 1896. Durham. N. C. fcorib and Wettbonnd. Na 36 daily, No. 71 daily e Sno. 7 a.m. 6 m. - Train arrive at Durham 5:13 p. m. 1 MP-"- TICKETS LDroT.NTS: OHIO. INDKW. ItLINOIS. WISCONSIN. MI36QU"' NSS. NCtlaSK. CO LOW DO. ARKANSAS. CLirORNIA. TJJCAS,--, te WEST, E0ETH-1C3T. SOUTH-WEST rtnsT class, sccono class AN 9 CMIOftaWT TICAtTS. IKI". BEST ROUTE TO THE- MONTH AND CAST. oitw.a vrTimcp coacwrs ! t if etna eet. tit WT Tilt TtCllTI til 1M tl iF;lll?rl!n..IaEER.ffi i"' ftw raw. Mt. Time-Tablea. Dsaeripttea v pam. t nay tatea Agent. te .. imi, aula u, m.r. naaae. .-a a Si.? Agt, Tne.Psaa.Agt ku,ta )., eaiMILI. 1 Jt-TT kT7Tira4 ' - . af ."... I . f j vi n w y - rSfa.s4 GOOD FOS EVERYBODY ir.d everyone nee Is It t ail tinei of the year. Ma'aria ii a.u'iys about, f4 ttic wily pjevsntive inJ relief h to keep the f lvcra.;tfve. You mni! help fie I htt a bit, nJ Ihe brt h 'l;r.T ii tlie Ol3 1 r!?.h3, tl.H ' UER PUOULATOR, Ihi PfO "L Mr. C Himrn !, of I notartf Ol:lo, . "SIMMON LlVtR ICOUATOH ircke a case of MiUriil fever f three yesr' ttinl'n for m, ttii nt than te boltie dki tht b'lsJttet, I shall use t wl e 1 1n rtreJ, anJ recom-nenJ it." Be sure fiat ytu eet R. Al a y loon for h R-0 Z on the pakkuf. And don't '.ONS Ln tre RFGULATOP, tnJ there It i'v one, an 1 every ene who ttkci It b ur t. he NnffiH. THE fltNEFIT IS '.' r I'iE fiEMLDY. Tike it i'm for i-ie and S'.ck MeaJawhet both art 1 - "i'tte .h Ll. " in., , fMla'phU. -re-me. NCRV'n srn . ...... -mw arwMl Tat rM RsmMig Hf.l.ki..... . w 7 L mf" i'"w il S2hriir,Tiu,i,""-,m"""' , i'wmrr vri'et ) rilb at ii a-miai.l..iim.,i.i..rt a,w), mtmrrnrii ' 1 J ,7 .., ,i,lZ2 .sari tZr""iVrM'K1' Por il ia Durham by W. 14. Vearbt I tt U.l. di , ' - - j mm wmm aaawst ExocutAOra Notice. tfalfia Ateatltftaawl Ata leaa-au.e. a . a-.... T ' hrlhlna a n.4 i- " Y . nii,te hfi.ygl to ana an IJtT: lw.M1 to Hhr . Io eoma f..M aad mnith am. aiwt all . . . iV anlaae tb. willriS e?" ISS. 3 a . f - am a axal7P iW A -TLA Mr C. l'Tn:nri, Pttn. T.S.Aria3: Mortgage Sale! The Person tract of land In Patterson Ton. hip, Durham county, N. C containing 28 acrua mom or U-na, adjoining the lamia of Anderson Couth, Jr., on tlie Kt; Third Fork Crettk, and O. A. kiioitcji 011 the Nor Ih ; and on tha Weat and South the land of O. w, Vii kem helm- wi! be mild at public auctUu fnrcaah at the Court House dour iu Durham, N.V., on JiSondaytlia luthdityof April. Iim. ' nald sala will be had by 0. 0. Faithlng and J W. Markiiam, by virtue of a deed of tnartgave Kgistttred in bonk 14 at psire H and 49 etc. exaeuMXl May th, im, by ti. F. boot h si.d wire to mid Miirkhain and aaslgnoe and traniii'rrd to aid Farthing, J. W. MAKKHAM, ' " " Mortftngee. 0. C.FAUTHINU. . ' . I ' Aaaljcnen of Mortgage. This th day of March, itw. Heart Disease Cured 67 Dr. miles' Heart Cure. yalnttnr.'Weak or Hunrryepella, Irregu lar or Intermittent Pulaa, Fluttering or Pal pitatlon, Choking; Sensation, Sbortnea of Sreath, Swelling of Feet aad Ankles, are ympuims of a diseased or Weak Hoart. SIRS. K. c mrtiER. Of Fort Wayne, Ind write en Nor A IHUt "I waa alBlcted for forty years wltli steer trouble and u&Vr4 anudd aeony. 1 ba1 weak, hungry epeiie. Aiid ny bratrt would palpi lata ao bard, the pain would twaoaeuie end tortartng. that I tweajo ao wenk and serrmi I could ao sleep. 1 waa treated by aetefml physicians without relief and gave up eror being well again. About two fear ago I commenced ajung Ir. Mile lUnsedlea. One bottle of the ilnart Care atoouvd all hewn uonblra and the Iteetoratlve Nervine did the reat.and now 1 1 loap errand !y end at trad 10 my twaaaoold and social duties with Mat any trouble. " Bold bydruggiste. Bonkaent free. Addreae Dr. Hllaa MwdlceJ Co, tUkhart, lad, Dr. Ma Cemedics Ltstore tlca!li Notice Land Bale. By Tirtue of an eiemtlon la my baad dtrsrt. ed 10 me as tMino of liurhaiacounlr, from the Snprruar Court of Per -a County. M fair of People bank acainat L. T. Inou, . at, tiraew, at. e. On-vn and f. P. Ureva; also anutiue eiamltoa In my haiala la avnrU aafci Hipiea Bank, againat I. al. email, M. P. limn aud I. tL limn. I will aril fur out. tn the high Wi der, at lb Court Uuuae doar. In IMirhaea, M. C, oa . . . noetOAV, TH8 etb dav op april, , at It e'rlnrk K., all th Interest, rlifbt and till wbh-b the asxt J. M. lin-en on of Uut ab.ni aaam arfc-BdauU has ta the Allowtn deawrib. l real tat atttiale ta Ourlatni To a B-hlu, aakl mnnty. ami tn ar near Ih bna of t.tiu.ta. ami fully dea'rud tn a plat itwmtlr aude by s. a. Memory ta a surrey of tb property f the evtala of j. m. Gnwn. disfawt, as a ill iav by . errnr In the Keeimi In tli Mhr uf Urmmrt nf Deed mr Kurnaia County, tn Hon of twed (tn. Ii. page mt to an, aad kixma In Mid plal aa kta Ho A. U I. AX -M, L . , a. 4i , at. 71 and Ta, wbtrh Inta ar all fully aWnbeJ by m-Um and bimnda tn pt tU.ra ivfrrrvd to j ! all tb Intenwt, rtghl and till ef the mid if P. Oraru. another of as id oVfrmfanl In aad to the AuMwlfdrrttt real prwsrty known aa lute K o. 14 M.U. Jk aoxt J, la aud plal therein d mla-d by an aad brninu - ai ail tb tamr est. riehl and till of mid I P. Cram, another T mat uVdwlaHta hi aad io th fui tuning teat estate, to wit : I .rts a t. W, I. M. XL its, jl. . U. 4s M. M. tX ft and H a daarMlaHl by lack ad kmnda In aakl piat abwead lelerre.1 la ; also ail th Merest, right end ttiw uf th abnre aantnt evienitanta In the AtUusutc drrrtl4 naal (Mat atlualedtn ta Town of Iwrhsaa. West MalKMrsrt, and kaowaaatbeGbitai war, now ant b4s adjntntng aa d waieaotw, lut . erlyenrmerteid Uwrwlh a the Barennaaa lua. tbe mmebebg Its pn.pMtj tVirmer y aa lowsTtng e I a, t.ewn, deeeewd, and It-malning uill. ehlrd aa rt nt ia I rennet $ the enamnlm. M.meratanl4 toditrMe Ui etaia. of astd da nsuaxt, aaM pen(vny m aa mivb thermaf, a may a aaetaanry, 1 twaallsfy mkl eaeeatsutt and Thia, Mucb 7th, IWt. onaT. kinssan. of tmrhajntiiumr. latbelrstnameaftb ibnee eteewtloot, I.. T. Mnkaand f.M . Oremampriartiwlsand M P. Ona ami fame lirero ar reHfiile and In nsthy aama. at this tint, mil 7 Un property at I, ,(,rwawUI beauid. ' J.T. IICG-SCICSIarrtS; The Only One To Stand the Test. " Rev. AVilliam Copp, hoM fettief as a iliician for over fifty years, tit New Jersey, and ho bimttelf spent many years reparhig for tha practice of tnetliciiie, but suImhv quently entered the ministry of ths M. E. Cliurch, writes: "l m A toteitfff tliatlliAve liad analyzed all the sarupanlla prepara. tlons known in the trade, but AYER'S y-ois ins oniy one or V.itl , , recommend na a - lilood-pufiner. I have flven away hundreds of bottles of It, aa I consider It the safest aa well as tire beat to I liad."-Wii. Copp, Pastor M. E. Churrh, JarUm, Minn, TKt cm vcstifa tiTtt Sarsaparllla WrenlnJoutjt,a)tfof Ayer's rilii 17.1 MY OWN boss PAPER HANGER. When you give mo a job, I dont ftpnd, I yro. Therefore, it is always done right W it V eVw I I ImnOa, Trices right, too. T. B. WALKER.