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VOL.IH -N01G. ' M'CONNELSYILLE, OHIO. JULY 30, 18G9. $2.00 A YEAH.
NOTION AND MILLINERY STORE.
C. L. HALL,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
Notions and Millinery Goods,
HELL STREET, MALTA, OHIO.
6T BUSINESS DONE ON
May 7, 189-tf.
A STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM ! -a
II. WALK En,
J.O. WALK Ell.
A. W. WALKER & CO.
Bell Street. I.Talta, Chio.
nothing nmde (i order mi the shortcut notice mid at price to unit the
timc. .Ml onion m'rnnimhicl hy a rfMponnilile nninc will be promptly
tilled. Thin (inn in always up to the latest fntthiona, and wiirrunt their eh
thing to atand the scrutiny of the. mont fastidious. They keep goods tosell lv
the yard or in out slmpo to nit purchaser. I.atlis;' lonkinirnlwnys on hand.
cam', i: titi.v, iiki'oi:tiik iii'mi
Fainting, (ihizlnj:, and Paper Hanging.
J. J. STEWART,
In prtfMrtJ to ii-Hfiv hUluniiifiit u Houkc, Sign mid Carriage 1'ulutcr
Cilnzler, ninl I'apvi- Hanger. r7iV hint a eullal hit th"p in
IVo Doors East of the Post Uousc.
All work done mully, expeditiously and cheap.
13 1 J
1 A A 4 1 1 AT A t 1 A 1 1
ITUUUft, 11 Villi HB
HOOTS A Is' I) SHOES.
SPECIALTY MADE IN DRESS GOODS. -
East of tho Court Uouso,
April 1C, ISO!).
P. SWE68EV a CO,,.
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
And WIioIcbuIo aud Retail Dealers in
Pipes, 4&c., 4&e.
ROOMS, Norih-wcht Corner of tho Tublio Squaro, West of Court Ilouao,
GuJ-ery of J.rt.
Vf, C. TREHIZE
anki th p-iblin In mil unit rxamine M
ecimca rhotngnihn, .Kerretypei, Am
l.rtyp, Cionii, Ac, lit., which camiut be
HIm(Iii(J anywli.r. II hnt per fuel id 1
iniiAinuU wlinruky tuy one ran bo ao
onimtiited with the linaat of Oil i'alntiuga
nl pintiiret of India Ink Work. Koomn
uvvr BiMina'a Baildlrr fillojp, In J. C. Stune'i
lliiililiug, Center Btreet, U'CouueUville,
J, T. CREW,
M 'CONN ELS ViM.E, OHIO,
Ovtr ISrowtler'i Store, uear Court Iloute.
All Collections rromplly AtlcQilctl to.
I8ii9. Spring Trade. 1809,
.Atlams & Tvahlex
have a writ aeli-oteil alorV of Dry Gonda,
lin-ctrirt, (jueennware, lloottind Blioea, o
' ; at
a ItE ATLY RKDVCEV PH CE8
STOKE Sorlh-Wfut Corner of Center and
M ' O o n n 1 1 , I , , 0 b i u .
W. H. M?OARTy
Dry floods, Nnlionn, lady'i and Childn
Dlioea, An, ace.,
PRICES THAT ARE IlICiUT
Korth tide of Center Street, MVvnnc
July J, 1888. ly.
FRANK JEFFERS Proprietor.
Every aoeommodation afforded guests,
and tiie Htuiiling mav e con
sidered the beet
GIVE T U E JI A CALL.
jr. E. A. Fin. R. Hanna,
Attox-novs At Law,
Will iiUoiul nroimitiv lo all bimneea en
u uatil to Ihom. Hneeial atti'litlnn ulven
to rollficliona. Office on Center Btreet', three
doora went of the Vublio 8iure.
Job wrk neatly and ehanply ezecu
ted at, IIiIh dtlice.
t?ASB AND COMFORT.
It LESS XO
BLE AS PER
FECT SIGHT I
PERFECT SIGIIT can only bo ot
tainod by using
tho difficulty of procuring which is
Messrs. LAZARVS MORRIS, Oou-
lists and Opticians, Hartford, Conn.,
Manufacturers of the Celebrated I' Kit
KECTED SPECTACLES, have after
yearn of experience, experiment and
the'ereetion of costly mnehinery, been
untiled to produce that grand tUsiuo-
which lmve been sold with unlimited
satisl'iieUon to the wcauera in Muxm-
cliiiH. tU, Khndo IhIhiuI, Connecticut,
New Hampshire, cimoiit, Maine, New
York, Pennsylvania, New .lorsey, Novo
Scot in, .ow Hrunswick, 1 nneo i.cl
wiird'H Island, and Dominion of Cnna-
du. during the post nine yearn.
1 heso celebrated spectacles never
tire the eve, nnd last tiiimy year with
s. r. w i m.i in so,
CLOCKS. WATCHES, and. JEWELRY
SOLE AGENTS for tho aalo of theM
from whom only they can be procured
WE EMPLOY SO PFDLARS.
NEW! FRESH 1 ATTRACTIVE
( 11 E A T V I L E S
D o ok Store
WehavejiiHt received and opened
the Largcat Stock of
Ever brought to town, and of the most
deMirulile iiatterim and quality from a
Common Jirown to line Gilt Tuper
which we will sell
LOWEIl than ETEIl HE FORE!
Our stock embraces the bet and fi
nest variety in the market, purchaxed
direct from the Manufacturer, and
cannot be surpaiwcd tor bouuty of
stylexiuiuiow I net.
March 10, 18C0.
Tim nr?-)cf. Tpvin -will
oomnienee Soituniber 20ih aud continue
thlrteon weeks, with the lollowiog liourd
of instructors I
ItEV. 80LOMOI HOWARD, D. O. LL. D
rraiidcnt and I'rofosor of Iutollootual and
Morel l'liilosojihy .
IlEV. A. 8. OIBBON8, A. M. M. P.,
rrofoinr of Minemloiiy, Cbemistry and
REV. W. II. BOOTT, A. M.,
Frofeisor of Greek Language and Literature.
W. II. O. ADNEV, A. M.,
rrofeaior of Malh-niHtlcs,
HEV, W. II. HIRST, A. M.,
rrofeaior of Latin Langaugo and Literature
Tuk University offors to young
men auperior follllle lor tilling themael
nea fur poaitiona of honor and uefulnnti.
Htudonla will bo prepared fur the College
(,'laaana ilmler tbe imiuediate Instruction of
the I'rologsors of the aeveral Departments,
who will also give KohmaI. Ivbtbuctiok to
uch aa are preparing to tench.
ltonug are furnished In the University,
fur a email fee, in which students may re
aide and board themselves at a very little
exnuuae, when limited inouua mnko this
The following.rieraona ore admitted, free
of charge for tuition i
1. One student from each eounty of the
Htate, to do selected i.y t lie bounty Com in is
sioners ami ine Aimnor.
2. Any United States volunteer, a elti
aen of Ohio, who hne been dlsublod in tho
service and honorably dlai hr.r;;ed j and
S. Any honorably disahiuircd volunteer,
who oiiieiod the service n a minor, for aa
long a time aa he v as In tbe sorvioa under
pT For further information lend to tbe
I'roHlitoni lor i;uiaiogue.
Br Order ov Fa'TITt.
Athkns, Ohio, JilV 23, 'e im.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
T, J. GODFREY,
FOR .JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT
WILLIAM J. filLMOIlE,
FOR TREASURER OF STATE,
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
JOHN .11. COSPtLLL,
FOR MEMBER OF iJOARb OF PUB
D. V. 'IH HC HILL,
GREENBACKS FOR BONDS
JUST THE THING AFTER
Two of the loading r.odicals of
this village have been hoard to cx-
presi Ihomsolvcs Within tho past
woek, rs thoroughly convinced that
tho only way to savo tho country
Irom bankruptcy is to pay on the
lionds in urocnoacks. mint tune?
will teach tho pooplo a little hard
HOW THE NOMINATION OF
ROSECRANS IS RECEIVED.
We hare yd to see the Ornt Icmo-
rrallc Paper In Ohio thai faiU in
ite support of General Itoie
cranaor Governor to hear of the Jiret
Democrat that even grumhlc because
lili friend win not nninlnnlvil.
flMt r hate hcardqf many, very many,
whose support hat heretofore bm aiven to the
LIVE, and will unite Midi the
Democracy In their grand
tnarsro on the Radical lines,
. . .... .
oWfKSlPREMAClf OF WHITE
MES in Mc council of the Stale
and Aatlou. .Statennian
The Honorable Sancho 11 row it
Tho Hon, Sancho Brown, ol South
Curolino, in his seat in the Legisla
live body, ut tho Capital, tho.othor
day, made k most withering com
mont upon tho sproadeaglo atylu of
a whito carpct-bngger who bad boon
giving tbo houso a spucimon of
ground and loftr tumbling in doc
lamaiion. At tho closo of tho white
gentloman's spcoch, Mr. Brown ob
tainod tho floor:
Salt, I list wish for to ax dis
houso if doy is gwino to 'low do gem
plin, wat urn now tuk his nuut, for
to man on u.e uo oo ois semuiago,
i i l ; if . r. . i
uu uurcau nmscu uio uo congiome-
rated wisdomjof 8ouf Caroline)', wid
dat turn ob do crank ob do universe
stylo, which do gomplin is in do hub
it of totin out on obury 'casion whon
do houne honors him wid a hurtc. I
tells do houso dat I disgusts dat
gomplin'a manner. Its Buporficiont
and expttlsivo. ' Mr, Brown would
havo brought his (1,200 at any mo
mont prior to tho war, and is ono of
the loadurs of his party in tho House
to-duy. Cm. Enquirer.
WO iromOW 10 VUS. Wnai Will
l . t .-.... v . I . . .
on nig oucui iui mo uuiniiiaiiui: ui
tt .... . . M. .r
Rosocrans) in thosa strongholda of
tho Democracy. Coshocton. Holmes,
Stark and Atjhland'. Cleveland
You bavo reason to tromblo, for
vou can ront assured that tho coun
ties referred to will roll up suon
maiontics for tho Democratic ticket
ftoxt fall as was novor'henrd of be-
forn. 'Cleveland Plain Deulor.
ROSECRANS IS RECEIVED. A Disloyal old Nigger.
A lady wbo ovorheurd tao con-
irewmti.in. rnlntna to u tho followir.ff
Our informant s cook has a son,
small boy, whom sho sent to pick
berries. Tho woathor was warm
but the boy buttoned birasolf up
closely in tho remnant of a Yankoe
ovcno.it. When he returned, bis
mother observed It, and accosted
"What 3'ou waro dat tick coat
for, sich a hot day as diB ?"
O'iuro. mamma, rcplioi the
loyal boy, " tho Yankeo does it."
" You're a liitlo fool, said tho in-
riignuntold mammy, " do you B'poso
de Yankoos got os much aouso
wo 'Morrlcans haar"' Montgomery
Easily Sai'Ibinbd. A numbor
leading Republican papers express
tbomselvos entirely Batmnnd with
the cloction of Govornor Walker
Virginia. Tho Republicans are just
now in a condition to oe Batmneu
with almost anything, and there
no wonder they smile grimly at the
dofoutoi thoir regular candidate
V irginia. New lork UorAld,,
Can "His Excellency," or will
"His Excellency" Tell?
We find tho following in the
Guernsey JcfTornoriian. whono oditor
wnn in the army at the timo. Can
any ol tho hadicnl aheols throw
light on the aflairr
"Will th Governor Tell?
Governor Jlayen wns Liontenant
Colonel of '.ho 23d Ohio Infantry, and
waa eoon modo Colonol.. Tho roci.
nicnt wna a jood one. They went
into Went Virginia, and woroin the
sorvico no.irly a yoar boloro they
gi.t p.iy or now clothlnp, or had
hopcrt or Rcttmff anything. "Old
llosey won put In command, and
whwi ho found ont the condition of
thing, ho had tho regiment brought
out on pnrade ; thon, mad, with joul
innignaiion, no winppod out tils
sword, and, taking the commanding
otnoor d mo collar, told him ir the
men wero not immedi-itoly enrod
for, ho would cut off his shoulder
sirups. Now, will Governor Hayes
ho kind enough to tell who that of-
far Asa Packer, t smart Conncc-
titt boy of old fashioned Yankco
sl0,k, left his native Stato whon
Lovcntoon yoars old, with some $10
nn money and clothing of about c-
qual valuo, and brought up in Sus
qU0hanna count', North Punnsvlva
Lia, whet e he apprenticed himself to
Ilearr. tho trade of carnentnr and
joiner, which ho followed for eomo
years tlicroaftor; marrying in duo
season, und buying a tract of wild
land, which he procoodod to clear
and till. At length, lio pullod up
stakes and struck lor Munch Chunk,
the heart of tho Lehigh coal region,
whonco he ran a coal boat to Phila
dolphia, tbon siartod a store, and
"oon ongacod extensively in buying
OOiil lands, building railroads, c,
whereby he grew rapidly and cnor
mously rich. lie is now worth at
least e20.000,000. and we beliovo ho
camo honestly by them. Though
W "Ol belong to this thrilty
.... . " .. t .
uiuso, no u i ncciuig tllUlil II B IIHUIUI
men, nnd believo tho world is bettor
for their existence New York
Mr. Packer is tho Democratic can
didute for Governor of Pennsylvania.
Taxation in Ohio.
political control passed,
in 1655, from tho Democratio to tho
Republican party, tho total taxes
levied in Ohio, for Stato, county
township, corporaiion, school and
ALL other purposes, wore "f8,054,
211. Through all tho twelve 3 ears
which followed, tho State wai un
dor Republican control, aud at the
end of that limn, tho taxes for the
.. 18C7 ha(, ncl.OJU.od t0 gonovi
I " ' '
61a Tn tnoso tw0 bilof facts, tho
public havo u withering commonta
ry on tho professions of economy
mado by the Radicals and their
shamofu! itnpudonco in denouncing
tho Democratic party for oxtrava
ganoe, Newark Advocate
BSSu' flow can wo fight Rosocrans?'
is tne question that ootbers the
heads of tbe Republican leaders.
I Tho same question bothered some
othor loaders during the war. Our
Republican friends mav find thern-
hu.lves in th Hmn nomfiAn tho Rolv
f I " w
, j j . na-
ois woro in with regard to Itoso-
... , ,
crnn8' Th,B 18 wber0 the 'auSh
oomos in. ZanesviIIo Signal
jjm. Tho oldest prisonor in the
Massachusutta Stato Prison is Geo.
Uunnowell. lie has neon incarce-
rated 21 roars. Tbo wardon facon
tiously calls bim "tho ltip Van
Winklo of the institution." On
luosaay, wnno tne woricmon woro
engagod in painting tho cupola of
tho prison, ho discovered them at
work thoro, and askod to bo allowed
0 j i... i. tt .
lo go up unu iihik uu. ixm ru.jucoo
I wna Kievubou, aim no wna iuiiiidiidii
a ,th 0 Bnd mftde tho
ascent. It was the first time ho bad
lookod out on tho vorld for 21 yoars.
Ho turned Lis glass towards bin old
homo in Cambridge, " It is all chan
ged, was his only comment.
Lord Chief Justice Holt,
when young, was very extravagant,
and belonged to a club of wild fol-
lows, most of whom took to an in-
famous coureo of lifo. When nis
lordnhip was engaged, on u cortain
occasion at the Old Bailoy, a man
was trlod and convicted of robbory
as on the highway, whom the judgo
remnmberod to Have beon one of his
old companions. Moved by that cu.
rioslty which Is natural on a rotro-
of ,. , . . ,,flk .t,tni,iB
- i'"" - -
H' l" M not know him, Justice
in Holt asked what bad beoome
such and such of h!s old associates.
Tha cuinr,t. makiu r a lowbow.and
fetching a doop sigh, said, " Ah, my
lord, they are all banged but your
JordHuip and "."
Daddy Dodd's Personals.
"Ulyssofl Simpson Grant is Pros-,
ident of tho Unttod States, fie was
formerly in the junk business in
St. Louis, and ho suhsequently com
manucd the army. Jle gives ontccs
lo men who p'vo bim presents and
dinners, and also to his relatives.
"Commodore Vanderhnilt Is a na
ti'o of 8 talon Island, lie owns the
Ilu.lsnn river, the New York Con-
Ira!, and the Haricot Railroads, and
thinks ho owiih a large number of
soul. Ho is reputed to bo worth
seventy millions, and he never lost
any money br charity.
'The Erto Railroad, a large num
ber of steamboats, the Grand Opera
House, a theatre in Twenty -fourth
street, and aeveral other things, be
long (o James Fisk, Jr. This cen-
tlcmnn used to drive a podlor's wag.
gon in Vermont, and is a self-made
man. lie once had an editor ar
rested and performed several othor
"Iloraco Greeley is the editor of
tho N. Y. Tribuno and tho author
of tho Great American Conflict. He
delivers locturos on chickens and
proo;ros, and dresses in a manner
that no ono bnt himself could ever
understand. Ho calls himself a self.
made rr.an, but should not be proud
of the job.
"Alexander Turner Stewart owns
two immense dry-poods houses, two
theatres, two hotels, three churches
ana a couplo of stables. lie was
born of oorbut rospoctablo parents
ana would hko to nave boon (Secre
tary of the Troasury undor Prosi
"William B. Astor 5s tbo son of
bis father, whoso namo was John
Jacob Astor. His father loft him a
if rent deal of property, and this
makes him tin nit ho is a groat man
"Ihe Cooner Institnteand a laree
gluo factory wore built by Peter
Cooper, an old frontloman who wears
spectacles and a whito beard.
"George I rancis Train is suppo
sed to bo a fomulo in disguise. lie
gushes a great deal, and intends to
become President of tho Urn to J
'Ilonry Ward Boechor plays in
church in Brooklyn, nnd has writ
ten a story that was dramatized.
Ho did not play in tho stcry. but he
made a grcut hit as Jim Crow in his
own farce of "Its Damned Hot.
S6T About 35 years ago, tbore ro
sided in the town or Hebron, acer
tain Dr. T., who becumo much on
amored of a bouuliful young ladv,
esident of tho samo town, fh
Doclor was a stronir Preubvtcrian
and bis lady love a docided Baptist
They were sitting together, one
evening, talkm ol their approach
Ing nuptials when the Doctor re
"I am thinking, my doar, of two
events I shall number tbe happiest
of my lite.
"And what may thej bo, Doctor?'
roinai'Keu the lady.
1 One is the hour when I shall call
you wifo, for the first timo."
"A nd tho other?"
"Ik !n when we thall present on
nrit corn lcr baptism.
"Yes, my dear, sprinkled."
"Never shall a child of mino bo
"Hut mine shall."
"Thoy shall bo, hey?"
"Yes, my love."
"Well, sir, thon I can toll you
that your bubies won't bo try ba
bies. Bo, good niKht, sir.
ifflu" Twins, by the powers I"
cried the horror-struck Irishman,
aa tho nurso approached, bearing a
now pledge of ancction lrom his
faithful helpmate "Twins binneyl"
cried tbe nurse; "faith, Murdoch,
and it is tho blissud whisky that
makes you Boedoublethis morning."
Ha? A physician says: "Hell is
full of dyspeptics, and dyspeptics
are full of bell. When good Chris
tians learn that there is un intimate
relation and sympathy existing be-
twoou tho mucous surtuco of a man
stomach and his soul, they will take
more caro ot tnoir stomachs, una by
so doing tboy may improve men
rapidly in many of tho Christian
graces virtuo and patience for in
B. In speaking of the action
tho Republicans, who signed the
Pooplo'a Call for a Convention, the
" So it turns out that the Repub
Iicaua who have signed this call
have jumped ont ot the skillet into
"It turns out that tho Republi
cans who have signed this call have"
divested themselvoa of all allegiance
to tho Commissioners, Court House
Ring and Herald, and have made
themselves a portion of tho People's
Party, which will boo to it that op
pression and injustice la Dot heap
ed upon tbe county.
Table Ware Rkplatkd. Persons
having old ware, such as castors,
cuko baskets, spoons, forks, (able
(steel) knives, can have it roplated
to look as well and last aa long
new by leaving it with 1L B. Via
Ceut t Brc!
ECLIPSE OF THE SUN.
The jlmcrcnn Uorological Journal,
for July, makes tbo folloving men
tion of tbe coming eclipso ofthosnn:
"The approaching total eolitso of
tho nun, on the 7th of August noxt,
is exciting much in tor est. The oh.
scuration first occurs tn latitnde 39
eg. 53 min. 3 sec. north, lonitudo
133 (lg. 37 ruin. 4 see. west Wash's
ngton being the meridian. The
first totality is on the Pacifio const
of Siboria, at snnriso, in lat. 62 deir.
II mm. 9 sec. north, and loner. 105
deg. 21 min- 4 sec. west. The o-
lipse is total at noon in Alaska,
at. 01. dog. 4d mm. C too. north.
nd long. r3 deg. 4 min. 6 sec. wost.
Tho linoot tbe total eclipse now
runs south -easterly,, grazing tn
coast near Sitka, thence north into
ilriiiAh America; then entering tho
United Statos, near the head of
Milk River, long. 30 dog. W.: thence
through the south-west corner of
Minnessola diagonally through Io
wa, crosses the Mississippi at Bur-
ington; thonco through Illinois, a
ittle north of Sprinirfiold. crosses
ho Ohio river, at or near Lonisrille,
Ky., passoa through tho S. W. corn
er ot West Virginia, through North
Carolina, just south of Haloigh, end-
ng on tho Atlantic const at sunset.
just north of Beaufort, N. C, in lat.
il dog. 15 Trim. 2 see. north, and
long. 9 dog. 3C min. 6 sec. east.
Tho lino thus described will be that
of totality, only partial in any other
part ot tho United ntates.
Ihe United btatoa Government,
is, or has been establishing a meri
dian line at Springflold. partly to
make observations ou the coming
eclipso, and with tho further view
of determining a standard of sur
veyed linos all of tho Government
surveys in Illinois having been geo
detic, Prof. Austin, of the Smithso-.
man Institute is in chargo of tho
work, aided by an ablo corps of as
sistants. At half past 5 o'clock, P. M., tho
eclipse will bo almost total along
tho Muskingum Valley.
t6y- Boys French Jacket patterns
from Butteiiuk & Co., New York, at
iinlllday & Co s.
A nad caso of drowning oc
curreJ In this city, last Monti y
night. Throo young, girls named
Llr.r.io Bisznntz, Anna Roeser, nnd
Lavina Buck, aged, 12, 13 and 16
years dunghters of Philip Bis
Kitiitz, William Rncsor and William
C. Buck wero in a skiff, on the ca
nal, when the boat turnod over, and
they were precipitated into the wa
ter. The cries of Mrs. Gerhard
brought Mr. llinzantx on the ground,
who rushed into th water and
caught ono of the girls, whom ho
.opposed to bo his daughter, but
who proved to bo Anna Rocsor
Tbe other two girls were drownod .
before assistance could roach them.
Half an houraftorwurds, the bodies
wero rocovercd that of Miss Buck
by Alex. Hill, and Lizzie Biszants
by Harry Muncy. All efforts to re
store thorn to lifo wero unavailing,
and they wero buried in Mound
Cumotery, Tuesday afternoon, at 2
Anna Roeser has so far rccrrorod
as to be able to give some account
of the affair. Sho says that tho
skiff was half full of water; that Miss
Buck wits rocking tho ckifT, and the
other two requested her not lo do
so, lest the boat should upset, and
that the boat did upset almost before
they wero aware of it.
It is said that the two younger
girls bad changed dresses, that even
ing; and thus Mr. Biszanta was led
to suppose that bo was saving his
TLo afflicted parents and friends
of tho deocasod have tbe sympathy
of tho on tiro community.- Marietta
Times, 22nd inst.
1ST Ladio's Hats sold at Halliday
L Cu's. regurdlese of cost.
" We shall never lay a straw in
tbe way of tbe success of the tem
perance cause, bni we should like
... .nr. 41... IVI..n.la t .,.. n ..A
,U OW bill? IIIVIIUO VI WUICIIIVV
everywhere, use ' their influence,
voice and vote for the success ot tba
Republican tickot and then demand '
of the Legislature a law that will
authorise the people of every vil
lugo, town, hamlet, and city to
prohibit the Balo of intoxicating
drinks within thoir limit. In view
of the fact that the tomperanoe men
aro generally found in the Republi
can party, we submit it this is not
the wisest coursti to pursue." Mo
The wisest conrsofor Prohibition
ists to ptirmio, is to vote the Prohi
bition ticket, and thereby show
the!r strength, and eventually force
one or the other of the political par
lies to incorporate " Prohibition "
in thoir purty platform.
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tfA. Don't forgot that tbe place to
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