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THE HOCKING SFNT1. FCL, FEX3ETJAEY 5, '93
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THE HOCRING SENTINEL,
BE.V B6..., Mltoraud Proprietor
Subscription Price - - $1.50
Fine Job Printing a Specialty.
T;fee Epileptic Asylum-
Tlifs proposed Epileptic Asy
liiii), fathered by Uol Vance,
seems to have a b tl oae o fits.
Bunnell of Sidney one of the
Commissioners appeared (o lo
cate the Asylum, charges that
G.'lipolN wa a Irainl. Col.
ViM'-e nays lli.il he was offered a
bribe in vole lor Sidney.
U preseninlive 1'ijrfs and -Sen
atnr Qaimer:f.lukiugum, have
ach in rod.iced bills, propositi";
h-- all unlmimetil. ul lu.ul lit
Qaj iil 8.
M..sgueradei in Trousers.
M- (ily Mills mid Miss Lizzie
peltn weic arrested by Doclive
Jojre noar lilontumirville, this
county, charged with aiding men
who are jo lpdiu,r, supposed to bo
conuecu-ri wltu the Ivrmn murder
B .lU of 'lie girls were diessed it)
(naif Hliire and were brought to
Lvat) mid pbipci) in jail dioBied
s titey were wlien arretted.
Fomalo itimniel win sunt IhVm. M:ss
ilills is n i.-ter of Dan Mills, now
jn ,a,l in uunueaioit with the Iviiun
Jsdge Huffman Sustained.
The cas- of Willmettn King,
Plutiilift in error, aguiust the Stale
of Oh'. (being the Thoiuyi.Je ip
t.mlt-iile cxae with which ouf read
era are familur) ws argued in the
Supreme Com I by Hcnben Butler,
uttornoy for plantijf in orrni. and
b Judge Fieisner and Prosecutor
Donahue for the Stale, on Monday,
Jan. 19, The court qn the post day
handed down its decision aliirm
injr ull the rnllums of Judge
jiurj 'man. The Court did nut deem
ihe claims ol Plaintiff attorney ol
sufS'-ienl i in put tanco to report the
cau. M:ts King was returned to
the Penientinry Monday, to senre
the sentence) heret.lore iuij oaad by
Ni;w I.eikgtqj npAl.D
Hocking L'cnnty Farmers
The second annual meeting of
institute closed In-t Tharsdny iii't
i spite of tbo ii)c'nienv of the
wpailx vfas a ijesided s icres
The openiifs wa not very prom-i-ing
but as I ho nieetin; prr2reed
it crew in iiuniDerK and intbnsiasnri.
manv Indies beinir in attendance.
The lectures were ab'e, prnetical
men and their subjects of interest
to farmers. It is preferred by the
management to huvo an enure
chan of progratniae and subjects
for Rpjf t year aud to include mi el
iugsof interest to the ladies like
jdaryingor butter-makeing. It wbb
voted to hold auuthe iuslitute rest
ye.-u aud tha following officers were
elected- Pies II. L W light. Vice
Pres il. W SlitirK, eo. Hiid reap.
tt N. Jinglaitd, hx. Com. Ji A.
Sliatv, Isaiah Finzei'anj M. V. Bay
The muMc was a very entsrlnintn;
pirt of the proceedings and was re
warded with frequent bursts of ap
plause. It i lo liu liiiped that ihe
next meeting will be hotter attended
both by furmeis and citizens of the
town -ir all are cordially invited
ind there ir. no expense to ihe in
dividual ntti'iidiug and lliero is
'-no re euihuBiutu) shown by u fuM
A vote of thants was tendered
Ihecitizius the n-.ueicians and the
THE &?0DND HOB'S SAT.
Six Weeks llore of Yinter Assured
If the ground hog does rot lio,
six weeks ,iore of winter will bo
experienced. Thin reputed unnor-
unt iiitie animal tuck his hO''d
out of a hole in the lOund Mon
day morning before Hunriso and
waited for leaull, 11 o did not seem
p, whit anxious and viewed liifl
surr-iiiiidins witli ji cold eye of in
difference Drawing his piggiali bo
dy to the surlaco. he tat with his
buck to thp Vest and cas.l a w eather
wise glapco oi) the blue horizau be
low which the ragjng sun w.-xs roll
ing iu an upw-ird course. Aiivot
cates ot gnnni'l huiini wera wait
ing near the ,iop)ietjcal brute,
filled with nervous expectncy.
Finally the rim of the sun threw
& beam id light al the lint! which
made it tutn pale, and frightened
bv the appeaience ot h(s own sha- J
dow it tvrajhjlcd back into the
ground, to return dien the flowere
bloom again tho t-priu -. Should six'
weeks of winter lus in reserve. Uite
can hardly hf any objection lo them
jf tha davs ute no colder and Pro ae
bright as Monday.
Some one In faun for me, the
jcoming sea inn.
H. L. WRIQflT
Address of Welcome by
Mayor Rochester to the
Mr. Pry-idem, Farmers mid
1 1 afT'T'ls me croat
pleaMiie, indeed, to lie allowed
I lie privilege of delivering S'""
.in .iddiea id" welcome upon I Ins
lu'c.wion. I i-rinjuly appreciate
and feej liiytilv honored ih.il tins
plea? nit and agiee.tbie duly de
volves upon me. A for invsell
and in bell ilfof I he citu-.ns "I
L i.j.111 we eiitem) lo you a eni
diul reception Oiruiiizcti who
aie i Jin i'i- f-ir liieir kind hn-pi-taljly,
mid geneiosity will do all
in their power to make your
lay ainnuj: us pleasant and
agreeable'; and as you meet fur
uiu'ual impiovement and edili
cation, io advite .uid discus i;i
i crests ill ii are yiU lo yoi. anil
excli ing- idea-, and experience
a to l'i be-i Hindu n advancing
and luiproviiij; upon piactical
and xcittutiliu lariuiu. iet :
suriid 111 il yitir iuieresU and
our interests, our advaucemeiil
and progress to a higher and
more prosperous course of suc
cessful laruiiiiji directly iuierel
all clashes, ai i:i our cotntiry tie
advocation you ivpieneni inhylar
Hie most unporLiiit ul all indiu
tne6. You Iuive met here as a
Farmer?' Institute; this atl'ord.-
yptl .hi opportunity 'ildisu8inj:
agricultural topics am it i an
institution tli.it deserves youi
attention your object ana pui
pose being tn enlaige and im
prove upon our prc-eoi cnml
tfou as agriculturists. You h.ive
also men hcie for concerted ac
tion, fur cooperation and for the
intellect u;il excellence lo which
you aro Jully ctpaldc of enter
I b.ive b.ul in the past fllleen
yeira an opportunity ol becmn-
ug intimately ncqiiiiinleil with
a ureal many of the farmers iu
ii i county, Ip'lh in social and
lommeicial mtercmiise, ant! 1
make no hesitancy in saying
that 1 have the means of know
ing their capabilities of occupy
ing any posit i)i) m societv,
either social orpoliiiu.il. 1 have
found them intelligent. !iij-.
Wort in , honest law abiding
christian citizens, far ?i)peiior lo
the a vera s, always conrleou-.
kind. Iio-pii.ible, and uiireealile.
able In fluently diM'iis all of the
important topic- ol the day Ilia'
may be current.
Farmers have been arrotised
from the lethargy into which
they h-id allowed ihemselvei lo
lall duiing I lie l.thl decade, and
it ihe pre.enl lime see the abo
liiio nece.ity of ellecjual organi
zatiuii and co-iperaljou. It i-i-(Miii
! that they (.liould thus
o-oper.ih, becati-e, they repre
sent in their capacity nn only
capital, bin labor, the two com
bined. All branches of industry
aie thus united and il behooves
them lobe on the alert. Tlie.se
ideas are now current anions the
intelligepi jiaricultiiriDl-; they
have become aiotned and active;
lhe are looking into the caue
of tilings and the operation of
cocial influence. Tlev being
the representatives ol both capi
tal aud labor rui)i') afford to
i-ee. them antagonized and di
vorced. A strike al either is a
blow al their interest. You
must assert aud maintain
your privilege", you must 'hero
fine ponder well these import
ant iues, and yield your power
ful influence au.sinst all schemes
Hint would be a f.i'al thrust at
you and your iiilerets.
Farmers aie adopting and
falling into plans lo piotecl
themselves from entire isolation
with which Hiey were threaten
ed; their cause which was in
periai lu these days of combines
and trusts has been redc med.
They propose to save them-el
yes trom destruction and mm; a
new era has dawned upon them;
the tide has tukeii a difleieiit
course; they re glming on the
bosom of the placid waters which
will ultimately carry them to the
harbor of propeiily; ihe dark.
Inweiing clouds thai ciOsed
their boii.on and
them with jmuicial ruin, have
broken away, aud light is dawn
ing upon them. Many of you
will live lo see tlie not veiy xJh
laol dav when you will mount
Ihe rounds of iln- ladder and
your goal of influence power
The time wa8 with "l.o farmers
when muscle was the one es-ei -lial
elemenl ol niece.; not 'n
now; intelligence is Ihe ruling
power. and you and jour chil
dren .ire piepaiing youielvei iu
this direction You will not un
dertake tuch an abstudi y as
lighting against the curient ol
ihimshl. Your oppm lutiiiies for
financial sticcos are on a par
with Ihosenlv our fellow citizens
of 1,'ie citie-. Let ut comp-re
and see the l rue condition of the
different classes Some 0110 ha-
said that 0.11 ppu!aiiou m,iv De
toiighly divided iplo lour cl1se8
1st FintPKHioiiul men; 2nd Biii
lles men, 3d Laborers; 4lh
F.u'iners Professional men con
stilule lest than two per cent,
and hejcp inci.mpau'ro.. may be
iunoied as lar
Three fort lis or more of our en
tiie population aie t'illie.r lann
eis. Wliicii livL'b the benl ?
Whieh ihe nio't pto-peinitir ?
Which w t he most independent
anil onlenlt-d ilb their lot in
life? Couir.i.-I ihe liven ol the
laiuieiM v. ii li the in.ijoii'y id ihe
iiili.il.iuii.l- o! the ciiie- or towns
A diive .ver the hills anil v.il
le.t of our own county will
,-linw in monl insi;inces f.trmeis,
il they aie iinhist iion. nse
sin loiiiidiiins indiC'ito i mull it
xiid piopeiiiy; mo: have co'it -
I'm table hoine; none want I
the nece."liet., they live com
inrlably. il il luxittou-ly.
llnw nbont the l.ibnreis in the
citiei? Crewed lcij;c(lipr proiniMcu
niis'y in tenonifeiit houses; many of
iho unite distressed II vijiir in the
Mlije.'ts of poverty, wnuting for the
ubMoluie ueueK-iiii a ol lifp. in fqual.
oi and urotclieiliiewH. Take then an
other c.Hi who have no' sunk so
low in ihe $c:ile f ov&rly e lLo
Hist, hut cui bn'ftly niniiHge to
make out an oxistenco hy toil, year
dniible toil and trouble; no pleas
me, no enj'iyuientH. Then slid an
other. uh peiehunca by reason of
their i.daptbiliiy lo certain yoeiir
tinng. tare better and Reft. ut)d enjoy
some of the pleasures ol life hut lew
tiro fortunate enough to enjoy the
ownersliii of a huiuo Children
reared in 'bis condition of life more
In viee end crime, niorr liable to
temptili m on orery baud to lino
tliHin on to pedition.
lie come nor lo consider the
condition of the inoreh.itits and
oilier interested in great cnn.nier-
-I"ial puaiiils Accoid ng to the cb
heroin I reports iiins iu leu fail en
tircly- You cuii see that your ad
vuutars are superior to tlio pop.
uUco ot the cifips aud owns; our
chances of progpetity arp eqvul lo
any other class, in l.ict. you have
no peer. Prosperity is before you;
you should be encouraged and con
tented, and feel proud of the avo
cation to which vou nre called, as
being one of independence.
Your united and combined effrrts
along this line will ultimately lead
you upwxrd at d nnwnrd losucress;
pros periiy chenrs ymi on the way;
our land vie!ds wealth Mid Hide
ppuileiicz to the industrious, tntei
lfitttinl pullivafoi of the soil. You
have much lo encourage you, much
that C'lls forth sll your energies,
You are inlellige'it; you hae begun
to think tor yourselves lo act. to
-uunel. to :n!vise, to orgnicze :s
t-iichiiigyour pnjfibilites and in
terests, and thus you lmia taken
vour position along side of the great
industries ol the woi Id The piob
lem as to bow oucau host promote
and piotect your iuleieht as agri
cullurisl is being solved by you.
And us you ductus aud harmorj'ze
upou these iinporleut qucsiicns.
may success attend your efforts,
and may you roalizo that our thru
thus spent loielher bus nut been
in vain. And may our association
as citizens of one grand and glorious
republic, bo bles ed with a loyal
mid fraternal friendship to our
principles ot eqimlily and impartial'
justice upon which rests our super
structure as i nation. And when
you separate, each to return to youi
daily routine of duties, may ion,
leol proud ot your avocation as
tillers of tbo soil.
Again we wish you God-speed
and heartily welcome you.
The Progfamme on la't Friday
opened att usual with a soug by the
School. Then followed tha produc
ttuu.s a few of which marked the
capricious character of tbo Speak
era. Yot none showed nieir pas-ing
thought, but the loug eatuosluoiiT
victious ol much reflection, 'iho
criticisms were in some nittarjces to
the point, And yet lot it be added,
too much sarcism is objectonable.
On Monday morning tho mem
bers of the Hign School were given
the pleasure of listening to a t-hoit
loci uro on the subject of "Heal."
by Mr. Iinymun, the Juniors as
sisting, by working a fow problems.
"Wou'd you say th it dogs have
souls?" That is the question.
Attendance ot the Senior Class
for the past month. l$oya 92. per
cent. Girls 98 peicent. Brace up
young men, "Only live fish swiin
up stream. ''
It should be the objocl of each
and every member os the High
School to promote unity aud har
mony in thejr ranks. We aro ur at
least should bo as iiiembors of one
family (to bo suro quite as unlike
as possible in nnnti6r and appear
aucr) vet wc should be over mind
ful of the feeling ol others.
No Literary work until Friday,
Eepuhlican League Meeting at
For tbo League Meeting of ihe
Republican Club's held at Tole
do, Feby lOib, to 14th.. the Buck
eye Route will sell rou-irt trip
tickets al tale of one and one
I bud fate on the certificate plan.
Notice Is hereby (jiven that tbo follovtne
aicountaaud vouchert. have b.en filed in
tlie I'rob it-Court of Hocking count; , O,
for fits,; and noal settlement:
James OnUs.her, aiifiice in trust for tho
benefit ofthe ci'Bclllon of the Knight of
Labor Co.. Operative Company of Uiirhoii
II1U, Hocking County, Ohio, aud the same
will tome on fot he.irlniron the ftliday
ot Keb'y IW11 titlO o'cloek, n. in. or as boon .
thereatler as maybe convenient.
febStw fto. J iido'
.IS UdlllllllOII IS
Ijoasily Injured the sllsht?it Uritton cj
(lie threat or la.r-ux at ouia ndcrtlss Its
tone, flitbilit, cr power. All iftoiti to
kins ur jpe.k lu public, inidfr s;.cii c01
tiuus, become nut i.'Ul) psinlul but, daiipir
aiu, aud should le strictly avoided until
every symptom it rtmovfil. To eftect a
epcody euro no oU:;r tceuktos U qul ta
The bestcf nnoflynes, tLIs preparitlon rap
Idly soothes Ur tatLi:, atreiigtlutij Uic deli
cate orgaus 1 1 s lurch, and ustorcn the ToifO
to 1U toue tut. pov-er. No iiir cr public
speaker sliuuld Li- wltlicut it. 1 ydU TlioEp
san, tlie fHiiidiis actress, ctrtHss: "Aycr's
Cherry Tcctoral 1 as Ltea t Ttry crcit ser
vics to roe. It Improve; aud strengthens
tbo voice, ard Is always tUjctne lor thft
euro of colds si- cu'jfhH."
"Upou several ciu:1"!!! I lave suffered
from colds, caiMuc LouscueM .-'"1 tutiro
loss of vnlco. In iny profession cf tu kue
tlsucer au affectlcn of Die role tr tlircat
ts a serku; matter, but a: each attack, I
hftto Loe.i relieved hy a few tlnss of Ajer's
Oerry rectoral. This rea'edy, viilh ordh
nary car?, has workci suca a
that I have suffered very little conven
ience. I have a'so used It lu iny taimly, with
xsellent results, lo cougbs, colds, Sit."
TTra. H. Qcartly, lltuliU.u, Australia.
" lu Ihe spring ot 1363. at t'ortsaicutii, Vs.,
I was prostrated by a sevi.ra atUtk cf ty
phoid puvuinoula. My pbjslclaus exhausted
their remedies, mvI for ou jcar I s not
able lo evea articulate a word. I'.y Uic ad
tlca of Dr. Shaw I tried Ayar's Cherry Pec
toral, and to m surprise aid great Jcy, U
'est than cai month I could converse easily,
In a natural ton of voice. I continued U
Improve and have become since a well man.
J bave otten ecoimuended the Pectoral, and
have never Known It tn fall." George If
lawrssce, '. .rsris.), Ijd.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
DR. i. C. M'ER a CO., im Mjsi,
VoUbyaUDmnieU. Pries Jl; six bottlM, !.
AN OKDINMCE AMENDING
To Appropriate Property for Alleys
He It ordained tiy the Council of the
Villous of uouin Ohio, thu; hit orilliii,iicc
eiitlll -il "An OriSliiiicce ti Appropriate
irip"rly lor Alley" passed Decfinuer Olli
A D I3W he so amended lie lo rend us fol
Be it iiidulncd by the Council orthe vll
lnci of LotMU Ohio thai lti Intention is
lierehy declare.! to condemn mid appin
priul to tun piihllenp fnrth purpoKM of
AlleyH, und It lierehy condemns and nppo
pnaies to such public use tor tlie empmrs
of Alieyt., the followi ng described pniiierly
An Allev runnltiR Ea-I ntnl West he
tweeu Mulberry and Market sjtieets nncl
couuectir.g with sttl.l Strolls ami Alley
a" now opened North of In Lot nuinl.fr
twoliuniire 1 11ml nfeii (2!)7) on a line ulth
tho first nlley urlli ot Hiinlcrs'triet, n
opeus-t betueen Wnlunt und MulLcrry
btreets, n.ild Alley appropriation eight and
one quartui feet off of the Norh Mile oi the
KiHt hiilfof orifhml nut lot piiuiber two
ol xnhl VIII. iRe of Ia8" and eiKht ami one
quaiter fetft on' thf jlorth pd pf in lot
number 01 e hundred nnd elrhly nine (ISO)
nail 63 nnd one quartet ftet off ot the
Morth side of in lot miinbcr one hundred
nnd ei!!htyclht (188) as said lots are con
secutively iiuinnered In said villa e,
1111.. elslit und one qu irtrr feel off of nut lot
number two, aant present numbered tel-ltri-n(eto
pint book of village, piue forty
or records (if llnckliu; L'ouuty Ohio. Alo
nil Alloy corr-spoudini; in width nd gen
eral direction ylth tlie Alley Imlwevn In
1oj niiiiihujoin; Iiumlred and sixty nix
nlid one hundred nnd ilsty reven it.nild
lots ate tiniHi-cutively tuimlerd north
ward taroimh cut lots nutnlitr" tnlrty five
thirty lour, thirty one, tiiiity. twent
seven, tWLUty six. luentj llir.e, twrnij
two. and iiinetein, ifiniiirtltig wllti strett
ruiilil.'i: Kaataiiil Went North or out lot
lot number nintreti. Ami tbx Solleiinr Is
hereby authorized nnd Instructed to inMi
tuto theneoesso prtK'etdini.s Mid to ap
ply 10 Ihe L'omt lor an inquiry null a-ssess-nieiitnt
the Compensation to tie paid lor
such properly, und the iiiuottnt so found
togcth.r. With the cists of such iipnro
prlatlou hhall ba piid by tho said Village
necordiiiK lo law.
Said oriKiiial nrdinnrice U hereby repealed,
J PROOIinsrKtl President CminiU,
Pi-ssed Jatiu irv 2Tth, lt3t.
Attecl W W Ksynes, CUrK-
Assessor. We are authorized to announce lbs
mn.oor.I (jimiUlvas a eindlcv for Jl-
rln tha Bore Product.
GRANDE. GALLIA CO., OHIO.
A .Snmnph nrAm.iTt. Tiraftiea! school, where all
exptaftenarflreuongklft Terma of 10 wtclue&eQ.wlll
epra Ja 2. and April ft. IM11. Tuition 17 or ti pr
term. CaUlosae. circutari and letters of Informa
tion tent OB retool Special attention to Comnn
Bltutebea and tbo TnUolnsr ' TeHehea.
' J. U DAVIS. Pre.
We Propose to Close Out. the BOOT & SHOE Bus
iness just as Quickly as Possible,
$9,000 Worth of
to be Sold at OOST or Less than Cost. Come Early
before Sizes are Broken and get your BARGAINS
for Such we will surely give you.
ance Sale, gt3We
Il B f&
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IiiK the date here..! isshown hy the stale-
ment. umle. outli. l.iinrd iu sec 21,
UevlaedbUiiutHMuroiilo, to hens tollows ;
AngreitHle iimouut ofavailabio
Net As.set, J317,079 1
Amount of actual paid up '
Capital t 3,000.00000
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Amount of Iulu.uh for tha vear
Amount of Expenditures for the
)ear, IU coatt,
IN Witness Heukof, I havo
htreunto subscribed my name
und cnuaed my orflutnl Seal to
bo affixed the day and year
st above written-
XV U KINDER,
Superintendent of Insurance
LSBOUT,Ag., Logan, O.
According to Hn order to me isgned by
thoProhat Judsot locking County Ohio
I will offer for sale at public auctiou ou
Saturday, 'Feb, 7th, 1891,
the entire stock of the late firm or V. Q
BoHen licCo, roiikutitiK of Saloon fixtures
lhtrurr mirmeuU, Liquors Ae ic.
lie to commence ol 10 o'clock A. SI. at
Hallo Whiles oldalooii,atand XVott end
Main at, Logan U.
Wm. M. BO XV EN,
Jan 15th. t w.
BOOTS & SHOES
And Latest Styles of Mene', La
dies and Childrens'Sl.as.
Haavy ar.d Strong
Boots and Shoes
Foreveiy Day Xotk; Also Ligh1
lilegant, Fas-hioiiiible lor Genti
Ladies, Al sses and Children.
Thebestassortmeutofatiy S3tor iu Lo
'4a n. Theeheapeslprlccaatid thu mom
Boots. Shoes Slipped ms -Repaired
Thebest slioemnUerspot Loenn are em
plrved an work mike promptly to order
The public has my IhankKtorllheralcu
torn, and are luvited to continue the!
Science Has Conquered
V-. v. . . --- . ...
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And made it Possible to Re
store Defective Eyesight
to Normal Vision.
At-tlematlsm Udue to lrregtiliirshapcol
eve. und K usa il'r lonuenllal. ilnnv
suhuol children with this (lrfei.1 are called
stupid, hut with properly tl ted l.o.-e-i
tney may occunie ine uriuiest niscii"! ir..
This Is quite a common and dungirous de
fect. Ilypermetropln is a malformation which
keeps the ciliary muscle in ..oust mt use,
whereas iu a normal eye It isutre t when
looking at 'i nlatancc, Thtn dutei t Is ne
glected may result In nerv on depression
and pal. i, and even pros-raliou.
Mvod! i is itliseased condition ol Ihe eve
which should he vcrj larcfully lilted loj
prevent mi inerensuol the defect and per-.
nil pi ultimate iioiiiiut vs.
Presbyopia U 11 lohsof acconimoilatlriti in
tlioeje which tuny cause c itnraet uuless
lorrtctcd hy ariiftciitl aid t
I'-nqucnt nervous orsick henlachos and
also serious llliiesate brouicbl on by one
ro more ortuu auoye ileecti..
aua-Ilemeuibernu charge lot tLStlncyou
N. J. WEILAND,
June 12 Optician and Jew eler.
Home & Savings
Jus. Otx-iulzed XVi.ll
DUr: S. II. MltlUIlT.ita I'r-uldeut.
JOHN HANSEN. S-cret.i-v
L. A. OULX'nrt, Treasurer.
JOHN F. WHITE. Attorney
And an able Board of Directors.
TUtS Association U organized for I he
purpoiu of ra!yjn,; inotiev to he loaned
i nniomt thriniMiihers theieo' lor use In
I buying lots and houses. In bulidlns nrre-j
1 pairini; houser.and lor biich other purpo-J
sesasaieautliorizl hy law.
Hooks forthpsuhscrlptlnn to tn.' capital
sun lc are nou ops;i nt room No. S, Collin
Sh irc-)IUU0Uiind SiDOOOeaeh.
Meetl'msrver) Saturday ulj-ht from " tp 1
XVtcklydueson pai-h IOUsti-k,25ct
Any msntherran draw onf ha troiiy at '
any time, and if left more than C i.:ontlc,.
with dividends. ;
Any member can horrow namurh money 1
as his sliares of stork reprtwen at 6 per
eent. Intorost, ami snen premium as ne
For ftirtheriiiformatlon seeConstltutlou
f. Tt. URI(IHT,rurttent.
S3 IT l -I
Rospoefcfnll y informs the
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"",,', f C. ,ul,'.trr lI " lle ' "opme I n Feed
"ilon Uru. store, k her- lie will keej.
Flour, Oats, Oorn, Bran, Shorts,
' 7 ., iwuv vw)
Qnril TVl -l J rl 74 y-, y--,
Cti-LU. iTXlLLtlllllgO. ;
ff"W3B flABftr" R An"AI 1 I wmmm'
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U a sit icl al tutition to the wants of
,,r.c .1. uu.iiij unit price, ne iieiics
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Ilftiiia Psjjfi3! I fa
HO P IT" fill
for the Advertisment of
who will present to the Public
and their many Patrons, next
week, a list of their MAMMOTH
tt J J
citizens of Loan and
s.iuiusy.jo vx x
Store on Main sir
conatautly on hall
reet. one door wm
d tbe best brand of c
ihe people and a disposition if
to H.erit a klmre
re of the public
March 13 lruj
"One Price ClotMer,';
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