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THE DAILY nHKOMCLE, KNOXVILLE WEDNESDAY MUHXjV'T, SEPTEMBER 20, IS32
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WEDNESDAT, SEPTEMBEB 20, 1882.
1st District A. II. PETTIBOXE.
2nd District WM. EULE.
:$rd District D. C. TREWHITT.
For Representatives Knox County :
W. D. RULE and S. W. KENNEDY.
For Floater Kuoi and London; I
31. V. 11 LA Ulltj
With pride and gratification we this
morning place at the head of this col
nrun the honored name of William
Rule, the Republican nominee for Con
gressinthis district, by whose powers
of argument the people's cause will
be maintained against all opposition
and borne on to triumphant success.
At this time it is eminently proper
that a brief sketch of Mr. Rule's life
and public service should be laid be
fore his fellow-citizens.
Mr. Rule was bom in Knox Coun
ty,pf poor but respectable parentage.
When but a mere youth he enlisted
as a private soldier in the Second
East Tennessee Federal Iri'antry,
and remained with his regiment un
til the close of the war, when he re
ceived an honorable discharge and
retired from the service with the rank
of Captain. Soon after his return
home he was elected to the office of
County Court clerk of Knox County,
in which position he served the peo
pie faithfully and well. In 1869, he
defeated one of the most popular
and influential Democrats in Knox
ville for the mayoralty of the city,
he being the only Republican Mayor
that Knoxville has had since that
lime. During President Grant's ad..
ministration he was appointed posts
master at Knoxville and reappointed
to that office by both. Presidents
Hayes and Garri&ld, and continued
in that position until after the death,
of President Garfield, when he
was, without cause, removed.
In the year 1870. be founds
ed the Knoxville Daily Chronicle,
it being then and now, the only Re
publican daily, in the youh Mr.
Rule has been a life-long Republican,
and has done more hard service to
wards the advancement of the Re
publican cause in the South than
any other one man in East T;enness
see. He is an upright, honorable
gentleman, aud a consistent member
of the Methodist Church of this
place. No one has even questioned
his honesty or doubted his integrity.
He is well known and popular, and
will make the people an active, an
honest, but above all. nisuber repre
sentative in Congress.
THE OFENfXG GTJK.
On yesteiday, Capt. Win. Rule
opened the campaign at Strawberry
Plains, where he formally, arraigned
his competitor at the barf of public
opinion for high crimes and misde
meauor, in office. The indictment
was drawn by the master-hand of
John l3ell Brdwnlow. - And, not
withstanding the many "and varied
counts in the indictment, Captain
Rule succeeded in establishing, by
uuimpeached and unimpeachable
testimony, each and every allegation
thereiu contained. The first wit-i
ness introduced was the Rev. Mr.
liable, who has devoted' the greater
part of his life to the service of the
Master, and wherever known is
recognized as a zealous Christian
and a truthful gentleman. The
witness repeated the" cruel,
the unpatriotic and inhuman
remarks made by the "little boss"
concerning the .death of ihitt 'great
and good mu, the late President
GaifieUi, and imule too, at a time,
when the entire nation was draped
in mourning and bathed in tears. It
was also made to appear how the
"little boss" left his post of duty at
Washington and went to Nashville
and aided in defeating the Hon
Horace Maynard for the United
The Congressional Record, a si
lent but truthful monitor, then rose
up in judgment against the "little
boss" and testified to his" absence
ir--'m roll call during the greater part
ot' til(. iHrjt seShlon uf Congress. A
peiiect cloud of witnesses then ap
peared upon the stand a. id related
the old old story of the
"bo.ns' long continued drunks
at Washington, Nashville, Knoxville,
and other places, too numerous tf
mention. Captain Rule then pro
ceeded to show the way iu which the
boss got in and ihe plight iu which
he came out ot that calaboos at
Washington, and concluded with a
graphic and ibrilling rehearsal of
that "pizen" narrative, as toid byaw
"boss' in his operashouse speech.
The good people present then re
solved themselves Into a jury, aid,
without retiring 'rorn their places,
returned a verdict of guilty, in mans
ner and form as charged in . the in
dictment, like proceedings will be
enacted elsewhere, and we advi.se our
readers to go, see and hear for them
selves. The Republican convention which
met at Chattanooga on yesterday did
a noble day's work in the. nomina
tion of the Hon. Dan C. Trewhitt as
the Republican candidate for Con
gress in the third district. For
many years past Judge Trewhitt has
held th - position of " circuit judge,
and he is regarded by the legal pros
fession as one among the ablest
judges in our State. With pleasure,
and the utmost confidence, we add
the name of D. C. Trewhitt to our
"There are two candidates for
Congress in this district, the nom
inee and the abominee.'? Houk Re-
publican. True, O, Henri ; Capt.
Rule is the regular .Republican
nominee, and vonr mn Houk is still
131 1 1
cue same o;a aoominaDie aoommee.
"A man who boits from a party
because he did not get the norfthia-
tion, is one who prefers himself to
the party." Houk Republican. Then
Houk has always preferred himself
to the Republican party. For, he is
the champion bolter of the age.
- - - - --- - -
"By November there will not be
one Republican in fifty outside of
the party. The balance will all have
oil in their lamps when the bride
groom corueth." Honk Republican.
Wonder if he will be in the condi
tion of a certain bridegroom that
went to Nashville once upon a time ?
"Stand by your party." Houk
Republican.., That ib precisely what
we are now doing iuupjiortuig Capt.
Rule. But, you, Henri, have been
trying to ruin the grand old Repub
lican part' since 1869.
- s b -
" Majorities . do not f bolt " from
minorities." Houk Republican.
Poor Henri learned that when at the
head of a Houk minority f he bolted
and tied from Mr. Maynard's major-ity-'
" When a man bolts from hisparty
he lights." Houk Republican. Yes,
well do. We temember, dear Henri,
when you bolted the Maynard con
vention and lit into the street.
It isp bly true, fellow-citizens, that I
was in the calaboose, but I tell you, before
God, I have no recollection of iL I got
j oisoned, and for ten hoars I did not know
any thing under tha sun, and it may be that
sow of the rascals who poisoned me put
me in the calaboose while I was unconscious.
I vonld have made thi$. poisoning business
public long since, but I had detectives after
the murderous villains who attempted to
take my life, and I feared that if I made it
public, the assassins would escape. They
slipped into my room and put poison in my
water-glass, and upon taking it I became
unconscious, and in that condition I was
put hi the calaboose, if put there at alL
L. G. Hmik, in hin Opera-luruae xpeefh, Aug
. 4SS .t '
Tbs death of Garfield, considered from a
political point of view, would be the best
tning that could happen for the Eepublican
party. The people will sustain
Con It ling, while Garfield's name will go
down to dishonor and disgrace. L. G.
These is not a Republican in the district
that is in any way a leading and reputable
man opposing me, except those who have
been turned out of office or disappointed in
getting office. L. C. Hmk, in hi Oper
- - -
The Rev. Joseph Cook speut his
boyhood on a farm not far from old
Fort Ticonderoga, where his father
still lives. It is related that when
the now famous preacher was a boy
of fourteen, the library of the dis
trict was sold at auction, and he
bought several of the books. Next
morning he was sent by his father to
do some work in the meadow. He
took his books with him, and, getting
in a shady nook, lay down on the
turf to read a few pages. Immersed
in the interest of his book, he noticed
not the flight of time. Dinner hour
came but he was absent from the ta
ble. Alarmed, hie father sent out to
search for him, and late in the after
noon found him, still reading and all
unconscious of how low the sun was
in the west. From that time for
ward he was never asked to do any
more farm work, but was sent to
school and allowed to follow the in
clination of his mind.
M orders, Destruction of Grain, Ac.
Sk &EPT1LX.E, Tenn., Sept. 18.
Mb. EniTOK .- About three weeks ago, a
fellow by the name of Neiff shot and killed
Stephen Thompson, in this county, and the
case will be passed upon by the jury this
On Saturday, the 9th inst. , Burdine Bell
shot and killed Riley Jones, in this county.
Bell was tried before a justice of the peace
There has beeu quite a tide iu Clinch
River. Thousands of bushels of corn were
destroyed on the banks and a vast number
Of logs lost.
As the election approaches, the inter st
for the respective candidates increa es, but
the Democratic party have so little hope for
R. L. Taylor this time, that their demon
strations are rather weak.
There is a great deal Baid about the race
in the 2d district, among our folks. It
looks as though the Republican party
should feel very easy, as the election of
either gives a Republican member. It is
certain that there is no better man, truer
Republican or any more des rving the re
cognition of the voters and confidence of
the people that Capt. Rule, and if the 1st
district had a chance, they would give him
a fair proportion of the voting population.
Respectfully, J. o. h.
!iuiidy-8clio jl Jubilee at MlUertowu
A Sabbath-sohool jubilee was held at
Miller's Church, iu the 3d district of Knox
County, on last Saturday, Sept. 16th. All
the neighboring schools were invited, and a
large number were represented. Each
school was invited to bring a speaker, and
;Uso their singing class, to cortteud for a
prize, which was offered by the Millertowu
school. There were only two schools en
tered the contest for the prize as best sing
ing class, to-wit: Millertown and Hope
well's Bchools. The prize was awarded to
The prize was awarded to Millertown for
the best Sunday-school address. No other
school contended. There was plenty of re
freshments on the ground. General good
feeling prevailed, and all went away feelirg
as if thVy had been benefitted by a day
spent in the service of the Sabbath -school
Allen's Brain Food positively cures Ner
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That terrible scourge, fever and ague, and its
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of the stomach. v?r and b.iwels. prod need by
miasmatic air and water, are both eradicated
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physicians, aid more extensively used as a
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as for many i.tners, than any medicine of the
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full lines of UUons; to tbe folid and substantial lines cf Boots
and Mioes of their own brand; to a Ftrj complete line of i'as
timere aa f ooJ Hats, including the are itest NoveUy ever producf o'
to iIo ed tiiiods; alo, to a very tiandsoue 1 ne of LadifS' lilack aid
( olored 'i rimmtd Straws. Ey the middle of August every Department
win De complet-.
Mechanics' National Bank.
DESIGNATED STATE DEPOSITORY
E. J. SANFORD,
SAKI. HOUSE, -
F. W. ARMSTRONG,
BOARh Of UIKKCTOKW:
K. N. HotiD, M. L. Ross,
S. P. Evans, B. K. Stbovo,
J. T. ilcl'EER, James M. Meek.
S. B. LtTTTBFIJL,
A, J. AXBERS,
Jos. T McXleb;
FI. H. Inoersoll,
T. H. Heald,
Wm. P. Chambeklaix,
E. J. Sanfokd,
B. K. Steoko,
S. P. Evans,
E. C. Locke,
W. A. Hendeeson,
Geo. W. Ross,
W. C. & Geo. D. Taylor, Johnson City; Tenu.; Jas. M. Meek, New Market; J. W
Bobches, Strawberry Plains; S. C. Jones, Newport, Tenn.; Wm. Habbis, Temple
Harris, Daudndge; U N. Hood, Jo. Burger, J. M. Gkeeb, Maryville; James Wright
Mooresbnrt;; Max Sax, S. N. Bell. Thos. Plater, W. S. Settle, W. F. Baso Jr L.
Rosenheim & Bko., Nashville; Chas. E. Baylob, Boon's Path, Va. ' '
Transacts a Grenera! Bankiner Business. Deals in'Foreis-n and DompKtir-
Exchange. Sells Drafts on all the
t B. L.O W k and W. A. HIKH, l'poprietori.
Siieeessors ft (lie UlLDKiC .llAlIII.VK HUKHS.
Portable and Stationary Engines, Cotton Gins and Presses,
SAW MILLS AND CIRCULAR SAWS,
Steam Pumps, Jet Puaps, Injectors and Ejectors,
WILDER TURBINE WATER WHEELS,
Blast Furnace and Mining Machinery,
Corn ajid. Flouring Mill Machinery, Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers,
Sleam Boilers and Trimmings.
Wrought Iron Pipe and Pipe Fittings, Governors, Brass Goods, to.
DR. ROC'S LIVER. RHEUMATIC AND NEURALGIA CURL.
Use Lawrence & Marti
For COUGHS. COLDS SORE THROAT BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, PNEU-
BALSAM OF TOLU
mwniA vunauwf nun, uiseases
CONSUMPTION in Us incipient and advanced
aiiu liiwii, urn 11, nas never oeen so advantageously compounded as in uie Aut.tj, wa ana
EYE. Its soothing Balsamic properties aHord a diffusive stimulant and tonic to build up the
system after tne cough has been relieved. Quart size bottles, Price $1.00.
4 All T I sTfc RJ T Do not be deceived by dealers who try to palm off Rock and Rye
W A J I lUll ! in place of our TOUT, ROCK AND RYE. which is the ONLY
MtDlCAiED article the trenuine has a Private Die Proprietary Stamp on each bottle, which
permits it to be Sold by Irnjtgiss. Grocers and Dealers Everywhere,
49- WITHOUT SPECIAL TAX OB LICENSE.
The TOLU, ROCK AND RYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River St., Chicago, III.
FOR SALE BY
CARHART, WILLIAMS & HcCLUHQ,
Whol t-Mttle Urocrrs, Coniiiii4loii Merchant! and Kvflnera irsnin
lor Coal Oil. ' s1"
CHAN. H. THOMAS.
THOUIAS & REEVES, Proprietors.
Terms to Commercial Men, with Large and ; Splendidlj Furnished Sample
Rooms, $2.00 per Daj, 812.00 per Week for Two Weeks, $10.50 per Week.
Special Kate to Merchants, $1.50 per Day.
KItEK OMXIBCt ExcInniveJy for I.amar Hoa To and from Trafn
Porters U ill Attend All Trains. ;
TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS . '
Stat-. JUit In-
'T-'aeultv. hm.m.... mn.1. .c ,l. if 1 11.11 t rf. V ,
year begins Sept. 4. ForCataloguc-s, i MMTTftriTlltITTrilr,
c-, sijress as shove. COI, K. I. AI.LEK, supt. JLiS oXX XXJXJE
E. J. Banfobd, '
A. J. Albeks,
!S. B. Lutteell,
John K. Patne,
E. O. Camp,
Elizabeth I. Ross,
M. L. Ross,
C. II. MoGhee,
Jko. F. Hobne,
M. A. Bearden.
principal cities of Europe. .
AND MACHINE CO.
THS ONLY SUBS CTJit KNOWN FOB
Rhematism, Neuralgia, DysrxpEa,
and Torpid Liver.
FOK A TONIC AND BLOOD PUltDTEB n
HAS NO EQUAL.
Ask your Drug-- 1st or Merchant for It
We have been sellinc Dr. Roc's Medicine for the pa
six months, and we have never sold a ned'eine tha
gives better general satisfaction.
LYONS & McCAMPBELL,
MCCBUM & YEAfiER.
. novie dwlv Knoxville, Tenn.
or throat, chest ANOLuntia.
Has alwavs neen one of tne most lmportani
weapons wielded bv the MEDICAL FACULTY
azainst t he encroachments of COl'GHS.CO LDS,
I'POvniiiTT ACTHMi SORK THROAT.
st. fces, and all diseases of the TH KOAT. CHEST
J. M. BKEVKt.
i he most ln nlt?iful ami beautmil lx;iiu,i.
i in Ik.
A full mwl Kl..f-!t
fist-class college. Thirtr-ninth
In legibmite judicious speeulatiou in Oraiu,
Provisions wid citoski 01 our perfeatel pun'
yields sure mnth!y prolt W larit-t Had srnm'
inv-stors. Ai:ir-)ss, for full pirtloulirs. K. E
KENDALL & CO., Com nliston Uerchtnt.'
17 aud 174 La csalle St., Chicago, 111.
II By Dr. B. M. WOOLLEY. At
W lanta, (ia. He'iable evident e
ill given and re erenee to curea
M H k(T
V? sVi sU
latiepua d pnyslcians.
Send f r rr y book on The
Habit and Its Cure. Free
MEDICAL STUDENTS. 5.SnV,:
nienls 1. lid fml liiliin;t,iuii, auuress the Deau
of the American Medical Co Itge, St. Luu .s
Geo C. Pitztr, M. D., 1110 Chamiiers tMieet
Newspaper Advertising Bureau, lo
Sprnte Street, ew York.
University of Virginia.
Session begins on the First of October, and
continues nine months. Apply fur catalogues to
ti e Secreiar of th.- Faculty, P. 0. University ot
Virginia, Albemarle Co.. Virginia.
jas. f. habkison.
julylSd&srimos Chaiiman of tlie Facu'ty.
Newspaper Advertising Bureau, lo
Spruce Street, Jiew York.
C UFA. rnmnljinla nF Wrtman . ti 1 T .
- " ' . .......... . . . v . v. . . ... v. u ... 1 V, u O' ..1 VI
the atomich, B w -Is, Lungs, LiverauJ Kidneys
and is enurelv iaereut from B.tters winger
EsS 'iicei aia otii.-r tonics, as it uev.-r iutovt
cates. ffllc.and :1 iK) st-s. Large saving buy
ing 1 s ze. liloCOX 4 Co., New loik,"
Agents Wanted for DAYS OF T11K
SON OF MAN
Dr. Mareh's Great Work. Just Out
Tne re -ult of years of pat ent st j ly aud trvl
A oook to chtrui tne i.iung, deligUt tha old in
terest the stul-n: ; a bjok for everybody. The
styie Is eienaut and for il.ne ; ihe language pure
an.' plea-ing. K,ne!y and appropriately ihus
trded, ar is ie bmiling. Couimentied by the
prsa anil cle gv. Wlii sell ou sight. A Kre
Opportunity for 1 aiii s. MtuiMen, Stuneuts
Teachers and oilier- u atitm puuig employ
ment. Address J. C. McCU Kli & CO.,
This well known STAi E institution has b-en
in successtut o erafon since 18J, and having
been temgauized by the Act ot March 3 io
with a new Board of Visitors, and there election
of the oid raeu ty, is now pr--pa ed to s-.ipplv,
Upon the bet terms, th ' QiNt jctive adViintages
ot a general Scientific and Mihury School.iipon
the basl, ot t.ie IJ. a ililiiary Academv at WVsi
Point, and upon the same system so t uccessluliy
pursued tefore the war.
The ("acu'ty, which once Incluilwi Gen.
Stonrwall Jackson. Oen. It. K. Kodea, and
ouui. M. F. Alaury. ow cousists of tne lol
lowitig Miperiuteudeut and Pr.dessors :
Gn FtiAM'I-. U. MvtlTH, 1L.1J., Superin
tendent a. d Prtifossor ilatheinatics and Moral
.en. l. U. WILLIAMSON, Professor of Prac
tical t ng.nerriug. etc.
Col. r. pHIP, Commandant Cadets and Pro
O.I.J. M BnOOKE, Professor Phases.
Col. M. B. HAKDIS, Prelessjr'of (.eneral
and Applied Chenusiry, etc.
Co). T. M. SKMME.S, Professor of Modern
C-1. J. W. L l ELL, Protessorof Mathematlc
Col. J. H. M (BKI3JN, Adjunct Professor ol
Chemistry , et'
Coi. fc. . M'.'HOLS, Profesir el Civil and
Millt irr Fnglm-ertiig and Astronomy.
Older the direction of au ertici nt Klna'ice
Coin.nittee i f the B"tirl of VI ttors, and with an
en.arired annuity from tne State, expenses ul
Car'etS are redtiC'-d t the lowest ratts.
Hessi.ni op;, Mepteinbr 1.
For ititoroiHt on . r Htutment. address
tien. F. It. SM11H, isuperlutendeiit.
8 aAville. Chattanooiia & SL Lonis
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITOKS !J
Business Men, T jurists, Tjri v, ri-nftjTiri
Emigrants, Faimdes, IVU tuLlUOLit
The BeHt Itoute to LouisvtlK CincinnHtl,
ItidiaiiMpoiis, Chicago and tLe North Is via
Ihe Best Itoote to Su Louis and the Pest
is via Jleli.eur.fe.
Tne Het Home to West Tennessee a il
henrucky, Arnansas and Texas points s via
DON'T FORGET IT!
By this Line you secure the
1VT A Y f IV! TT iVT 0F SPEf o. sa e r v. r m
lUAAiiUUiU rOKr, SAriSEACT.CN,
Be sure to Buy ycu, Ticke's over the
N.y C. 6l St. L. R'y.
The Inexperienced Traveler need not
go amiss ; Ie changes ate necessary, aud such
as are unavoidable are made in Union Depots.
Through Sleepers !
Between Chattar o ga and Nashvlile, Challanooga
and Louisvili -.Nashville aud St. Lout via Colum
bus, Nashville and Louisville, Nashvllie aud
Memshls, Martin ai d ht. Louis. Union City aud
BL Louis McKeuzie and Little Rock, where con
nection is made with through sleepers to all
Call on or a ldress
J. t- MILAM. I. A.,
J. H. PKEBLEH, T. A.,
XV. T. KOWEB, F. AM r
W. 1.. 1IANLKV, i. e. A. T. A
AWOhD TO OUR READL'KS
THEN YOU READ CF A MEHICLNE THAT
?V will cure ail uii-eHses, brw..re ol It, lor
every scl ntific phsici n on enitli k ownhi w
fallacious such siatcnunts ate. Hut wten you
read of a niedlHne. c tupt-utiiied by a regnlai
ihylcian and turgeeu , t hith standing, ili-l
Clriimi to cure only a cert-tin til ease, and fur
nishes high proul that II uots it ir, you can
safely try it, and v l b he aturaiice iiutt it wi 1
cure you. Or. V. R. btont . late rhysiciin ai d
surgeon of the C . A , lias pia.ed btloi e li e
pu lie a preparation cal t il
which no doubt Is the greatest - n i.lille prepa
ratiou etdis ov. red lur the cur of Dyspeisia,
in ail Its forms and refer- to L.nlies a i tiei.t e
n.en ot the highest re-t talini: y I tut have
teen cureu of cases lrom h: lo twenty years'
staiioi e, and pronoun eo in U' iihit by the best
physician-. 1- iheciuntiy
The following ret.rein-i-s ni l be. snfncienl
to conv r.ce the most tk p-ical :
Mr. Albert Howard, hnu ol li.wi-.rd watch
and Clock Co , 114 Tit-mom etrc t Ho ton.
Prof. K Kronberg. 18 Soy e Piaee.Roston. tas.
Ir. Snniuel W. Adams, P. . Box li"4.i, Se Y-irk.
Mr. H. A. Ciark, firm of Cla k Mro-i. & Co..
Philadelphia ; ca-eoi twenty veara' statiou.g
Matthew Robin-ou,S03 N. it sir e , Philadel
phia; case of liyspeplie Vertigo.
William (iallathar, Hecordo'!ice,Pluldel hi i
Frank t'. Smink business manager Reading
Iron Works He ing. Pa.
Moses Thompson. Tlitulow.Pa ,P W. . B. U.K.
Miss Kate s. Villard, M-miiiole, S. C.
Capt, tieoige M Wcytnoiitli, Savi:.n h.
Clarence S. Cotiner-!. s.ivauiiah, (id
Manufactory, "2I! Levant Street,
For Sale by Mc.Cki m & Yeauks,
J. A. McCampbeix,
(jko. . Alheks,
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YQUN3 OR OLD,
VTTHO are Buffering from WRRvors Pebiutt,
V Lost Vitality, Lac k of Nkuvi Torn and
Vigor, Wasting Weakness:?. an:i ail taose disease
of a Personal, Naturb rt-s'i.'.in-r fi-cm abx'es and
Otheb Cacses. bpeedy r- lu i nwi complete restj
ratioQofliEAXTH.ViooBuna Manhood ui'araktf.fd.
The grandest dittcovery of th Nint.-enth CVnturr.
Bead at nee for IUllsu au J i'um)hlet free. Addrefia
V0LTAf R?U CO.. MARSHALL v MICH.
J. & L. WE ft' KING,
Fouche Block, Clinch St.,
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
Beoalrlnir ot Fine. Comolicated Watches A
. f UK.