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EDITOR AND PROPBZETX7KY "A anion of heart, a union of hand, ' ' A waina nl Sutee a one mt ntw, -A vninti at lake, a anion of lands. ' Aad the Flaq or our TJxtoa Forrvrr." TUESDAY, NOTEjLTEU U, f tk Patrons ot the Spirit To-dsy, the ti k Inst, I take mr de t Mara', for the Indian Agency at Fort reck, Montana, to essoins tha duties of Agent. , . ; ' .-' . ' During bit absence ray wife, M re. M. C Wcsf; wQI bata control of Tna Sfwit. . v, , . ,. - rK.c, I shsll contribute daring the eoving winter to the eotertaianent of Tbi Friends readere by correspondence, rIt-i fftg information about Montana tha In diana, duties of an Agent and other mat ters rf Interest. '' Mr post office address la. Fort Peck Agency, Poplar Creek, Montana. , HcrbtB Weit ' TStmtt. Fei.xca, tha aetreaa, la to be married" to' Mr. Joan Hodgkri (n Lin don, England, oa December 12 V '. Jew a J. E. Basra bai been appoint ed Postmsster at McCoaaeUTille Mor gan Coanty Aa excellent appointment. Tbi Servians and Datgarlans hare had two deeperata battles wt'hin the past week. 'The Sarriaba are the Invaders and appear to hare tha beat of tha tus sle thm far. Tbc Cincinnati elec'toe cases will be rteeidett by tha C ut Ihia wwhv We Irope tire nreir who- received an boors' majority my get there whether t&ey be Democrats or B-pob!icane. ' Tbi Philadelphia Jt'ecordC makes the statement that "as a rnla tbs volotna of bosioeis for tha week compared favora My with that of tha eeese time last rear, and the reeolr of Che season's business to !ate are mora sstla'ectory in nearly all tfrpvrtmente.' ,'.T ''. United States Consul Nt womb, at Lyons, sent to the Secretary of St a' a a report upon ' the use of a mixture of Blacked lima and sulphate of copper as a aura for nsiMew- or rot npon grape vines This remedy l being extensively nsed in France with favorable results. . Hot Wain Yam Mmx,of barshs viTTe. Roble County, ban been adjudged insane' and sent to the Athens Asylum for treatment. - He represented Noble County in Ibe . LegUlatore, was County Treasurer and Member ofvthe.Siate Board of Efji !'' ion since 1865. A ladt writing on the fashions in 1T80 "The I' 'perfectTdtt of figure, according a the then fashion, wss the smallneis of she awaoavference Into which your nn fbrTtraste wrist could be compreseed,and many a poor girl hurt her health very rr ateriully by trying to rival the reigning beauty, of the day, tba Ducheaa of Rat land, who was taid to sqieea berielf to . the sze of-an orange and a half. , Small lioops were worn in a morning and larger for a dreee, some going outward as they vent downward;, something in tba form f a bell. Sarquee were very common ; my mother cons'antly wore them. They were dreaee with loots backs and a atom acher. (Sanaa handkerchiefs trimmed wilh blondwae wora on tba Beck." (Sk H. V Bora- in writinjtMhe Commercial Gazette saj s : Every correspondent in Washington baa ahnndaot means, through personal selstVwu with those who often see the Presftfenf, to ascertain hie characteristics and bis methods. . Eight m6nths oMnch observation has led to' the conviction that President Cleveland is a man of decided ability, ol hard and ahnndant common sense, of , ontkrag applicat Ion and Industry, of nn- tmpet enable integrity, and a courage which all the road agenda of bis party win fail to shake. He holds tbs public interest above the claims cf party. He aims to do only honeat things la govern ment. Re searches with eare far proper mm to hold offloe. He looks oaly to ward a Damocratio adainistrstlon of af. Hairw. bat ha doea not Intend to make seb rapid ehaoges from Repubtlcsn to Democratic service ss to throw tbe puo lie business into confusion. far Geo. H. Pendleton, United States Minister to Germany, hsa addressed ' fcttt-r to the Emperor, protesting, in the raee ol the United S ates, against tbe (xpofeion of live German Americans from the bleed of Fshr. The expulsion was under a revived German law of 1341, which forbids foreigners to resids in any German settieatrnt without eon- lent of tbe local antborrtia. Mr. Pen leton seems to be doreg hie waty in a manly' wsy. and advioeefsom Wsabia. ton are that ha will We eaatatned In bis demand fa jnMiee to behalf of citizens Of the united &t. A Horrible Stcry, Kt. Paul. MibN tv.18. A Helens Mont., special t the Pioneer Press ssys James Dempsy reached tbe Uy to-day f(om Port MtGiunls aad tails a piiiaWe Moiy ef his two compaoiona btlog ds- . woureby wolaee. while o thek way aero . the Boankains Tbeir asm. s were XAm lbg-ad Jsicob Sebellsr. Dempsy .'aave WeltaaheA lrea snd saw his com "Tani'ne torn pieeee aors aevourea. - - - . . . . lieaaysMeagssn wsieai ; Isod, O , aad Stibtilei uf iiijeue, iuu.'.iwi- w .imu i'ivwt u.B- Point. Cragoman Vta Captured Af , ter a Blood Buttle, y AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA M0BILIZIX6. . LovDoa. November 17.!)raaoman Pass has been cap'ored by the Servians f er a .hev battle and grear alsegbter, and the Servians encamped after tbe victory in the Balgaifan pnaitions. Tbeir liaht cavalry are pu'euinjr the fleeing Bu'tftriana, and tbe immediate cap'ure of 8 da hv a fl.ine column Is expected. Tbe baitle lasted eeveral hours, and the Bulgarian pnaitions were assaalt rl sad taken at tha point nt the paynnet a . . . ffSNt a f one after tne oioer. n uaiganana were enable to save tbeir heavy cons. and lost all their stores. , The flung corps, hemmed in tbe deep gorges ol the para, were ahot down and captured in large number. The Bu'gaMan killed tad wosnded Is given by Servian sodrces as nearly one thousand, and tbe pi Is- oners at one thomsnd Ave hundred. Tbe Servian army is preparing to fol low np tba victory by a rspii march on SdK,-.- r :. B -ports are at hand 'rom Dvlprade of a complete victory t the Bregova Di- virf of the Servians over the Bales lien forces on the; Widdin road. Tbe nfflcial dispatches ' state tbat the enemy are in full flight, leaving the road open to- WMdin. - - Tha RnaMsn.vTsr 0 fine is reported to have ordered tbe mobilurion of two corra darmea on ine uanoo tne Aastiims are mobilising three division on the ServoB.ianian and Auatro-Roo- mai)iao frontiers . .. ; BstosADB, -rUt member -17 General Topalovieti,-iih tbe Moravia divtsiop, ha oVeoeraic oat ne wun ine. cuiga- rrana at Trn, and tha latter were totally defeated.- Tbe Serviana fought with great gallantry, and captured two gon and many prisoners Three battalions of Knlgariana surrendered. A battalion of Bulgarian volunteers stationed al a point on tbe Timok. River capitulated, without Bring a gun, to Colonel Djukenitch. commanoing me Servian Timok Div'aion. Tbe Balgariaos yesterdsy evacuated their foKi fled position at . Dragoman, which the Serviana attacked on Sunday. Detatla of the capture of Dragoman Pasa by tha Servians show that tbe Dreraeand Shemartga divisions; under Colonels Michkovi ch and Benecky were engaged, and attacked tbe Bulgarians in lore, completely routing tnem. noroes of Bulgarians laid down their arms, be tas rjsnlo stricken. Several guns, were. captured, arid the pass abandoned. r . The Servian division marching on Widdin gave battle to the Bulgarians near Widdin, and inflicted upon them a crqhing defeat The loss was besyv oa both sides. Hie Servians captured obii thousand priaone re. - Tha headontrtere cf the Servian army hee been Bx-d at Tawibrod. King Milan baa congratulated Gen. Lthveola or ble brilliant victor at Widdia. ThRerianMi isters at Con stantinople. Vienna and Berlin '.have forwarded to King Milan satisfactory reports regarding tha view taken In of ficial circles regarding the conduct of Set via. ' '- The Servhna have . occupied all the, posltjons In tbe Dragoman Tass. and have captured tba vi lags or urs?omsn. King Milan has sent a dispstcb toQueen Natalie announcing tbe succeM ot the Servhn armv. There is much rejoic'ng here over the news from the seat of vrar All the plotters againt King Milan have been liberated cxpt Minderovieb, a clerk io the War Oflce, who is ehsrged with perjury in denouncing, bia com panions. , , Za Bey, the Turkish Minister here. n an Interview to-dsy, admitted that Tur key aatmt act when Sofia baa been cap tared. Tn what way Turkey would ac h declined to say. M. Me'Pechko, crsMer of the Servian State Rdlwats, bss been arrested at Ziricb. He embesa'ed tl 250,000. Tne people of Sfl are panic atricken It is admitted here that the Servians lost even hundred in killed and wounded in cantu'ing Adlljeh. , A Servian cavalry fo'ce has seii-d tbe high wsy, from Lm Palank to Sofia, and bsj occupied GMnd Pass, thus seps- ra'ing tbe two Bulgarian armies. . Snow Is falling in the campaign dis. trie, bat will not aflect tbe advance upon Softs. . .; . Tba battle of Trn lasted fjurteen boors. .. : Tba Servian troops will not advance beyond Sofia if left aional ' Turkey, Set via and Bulgaria will eoon , settle heir own bnaners in confederation with Greece, but Russian intervention is hourly expected. Prlnee Alexander Drifts theSml ans from their Vantage Points. VICTORY AFTER A GALLANT FIGHT. - . t . swaawsaesaewaw -" sTrrflMfi enpturo tire MlwTaB Forts v TUo Uonre upen to tne xsar-., meae Opltal. ; Loaoos, Not 18 The Bulgarian forces stationed at Sllvni'xi, headed by Prlnee Alexander in person,' made s sortie front that plsce at an early boor this morning, and after several boors' drsaerate fighting, succeeded Fri rfifving the Serviana from all positions beld bv them and menacing Si'vritzt,, The pres ence of the Prince greatly inspired tpe Bulgarians, and they fdughtwlth ptt dash and valor than, has yet, beep dis played by them in any of their encoun ters with ths enemy. . ; .n BRITISH TR on CRR1 THE HIKLA'H T BTS. Los pos, N iv IS. The British forces in Burmah hsvs carried the forts in. the vicinity of Minlah and captured the cjty aftar three hours llrieg from the. Biatlng batteriea, tbe armed launchss and he heavy guns on board the ateamers. The British lost 4 men billed and 27 wound ed. Minlab was the most stropgly for tided position on the river, and by it capture the way Is cleared for the British sdeanca to Uandalay, as tba-forts Ava, 12 miles rrom the Bormese capital, are only alight atructuies in compel ison with those at Minlah. BULOABIAKa SLOUKADX TBX DAVcin Vicrma, Nov. 18. It is reported from Wlndia that tbe Bulgarlana have biocfea dad tba river Danube at tbat point, and that navigation beyond Windin hss ceased. SERVIAN TBOOri OCCCTT B8K1HIK. : Beaoradb, N'iv. 18 An official report from tbe front atates tbat tbe Ser.viaos entered Bratmk yesterday. Tbe town had been abandoned by the Bulgarians who, in their baste to get away, left 8 guns behind them. Tbe eapmre of Bres nik leaves that roots open t Sofia. The ffejrgacian army or the Widdin district may be considered completely destroyed aad dispersed. THE POHTB BOtUSALLT F-KSTKSTS. ' r . - V io K. P..i. ; vMmwii-,wi.iu. "c v - ---r - r At The Bayonet's rU. Turkey reservre the tight to take . military action Id the matter. - The Bsljarhns Wipe Up the Coun try With the Servian?. Tli Servians Driven Back to Ora-g-omaiiMilan Very Mucfi Down tu tbe Moutli. L'bdow, N v 20 Dispatches receiv ed uere stale that tbe Servians have he coma digpi tiled over their recent rtver. ee. . Tbe Bulgarians, on tbe other bnd. have been aroused to the blithest fitch of enthusiasm hv the extrap'e of Prince Alrxtndef end the victories gstard under Ms leadership. They, have gradually driven hack the Set vim adtance line an til the fiolits:in' forward line of en trenchmenta is within a mile ol Drago man village. In the fighting Veaterdsy, the Servian hss wss 900 men killed and wounded. One bf Prlnee Alexander's aides ss killed during tbe brunt of yes tefday's engagement. A dispatch from Vienna states thst the Bulgsrhns yectTday repnlsed s Servian attack in tbs direction of Wid din. ." A BIO STTIE TO-DAV - . Relqiadk. Nov. 20 A Servian of. Octal dipa'ch from Szvihrod says tbat the Servian repulse at SiWnrzt is at. tribuiert to the ao ion of G meral J-. vanotitch, commander of tbe Danube divUion. who made several tactical mis. takes and feiied to execute a certain strategic movement. Four ditision ot Servians hsve now been concentrated Jjst beyond Dragoman, and iil renew the a'Jack on the Bu'gsnans di fending Sliv nita to-morrow. Gen. Topa'.ovi'ch, com manding the rigbt wind of the Servi t i entrenched within a fee hours' march ol Sofia. : DETAILS 0V TBB BATTLE. . Sort4, N vewber l1). The following are additional details ; of the fighting yesterday. Tbe right if the Bulgarian army yesterday morning advanced from its fortified position and -attacked tbe Servisa posi i na between Slivnitia . snd Dragoman. Tite centre bolumn of tbe Bulgarfaa army aoon followed in order to support tbe right The fighting then became general and - tbe Bulgarians not being snte to drive tbe Si-rviaas from tbeir entrenchments, towards noon the left ing of tbe Bulgarian armv also ad vanced and assumed tbe offensive. An obetina'e battle ensued, lasting till 6 o'clock in tbe evening; Tbe .Bulgarians lound it no easy task to di -lodge Vie Servians from tbeir poa'tions. The for mer fought desperately, however, and finally compelled the Servians to retreat to Dragoman, tba Bulgarlana holding all tbe roads lesding thereto The Utter took four hundred prisoners, including seveial (Beers. Dp to noon to day there had been do f either fighting. Tbe Bul garians deeming it prudent not to attack at present the Serviana at Dragomao which has strong natural f irtiflcations. A F-AXIO AT BELORADB Loidos, November 20. Official ad misalona from ' Belgrade show that a panic exists there. The siege of Widdin hss been rsised and Gen. L'schjanin who with bis division has heeo carrying on the siege is now msrcllng" to assist King Milsn. . ' OEHEBAt J YANOVJTCfl DiMIS?F.D . Trabibrod, November 20.G n. Jo vinovttcb hss been tried by the conn martial and dismissed from hi command for bia failure to ex cute the order given bim prior to the repulse be f re Slivni aa A council tf war ta now discussing tbe situation ol affairs at the froqt Salomci. N -v. 20 Tarfcish troops and taltetiea o' artillery are continually arriving here, and the authorities are maintains the greates'secrcf in regard to the nume'ical strength of tbe fires, tbe number of guns and the eventual movements of tbe large army being massed in this vicinity. l ' In Bed tor Tw jive rears. Pitt BaRoa, N v. 12 Lvlng in the baggage-room at the Union Station to day were two women upon conches who had 'Come from Midway, ibey were mother and daughter-by the name of Kelt, end they were going to. Let on is. Olio. Bitb sere suffering wi h con sumpti'n. Tbe mother had been In bed tor 12 years In 1873 she wss living with her husband who wss s farmer. Site nnarreled with him one day and made a vow tbat she would go to bed and stay there till she died. She has kept that vow until'the present time. Three years ago she persuaded her daughter to take the same tow. - Murderer of Fourteen Men. Lour villr. Kt, Nov. It. Alf Lit tle, celled tbe Breathitt County dpera do, was to-dsy sentenced In the U died States Court fr sixteen yesrs wo tbe Charge of forging pension papers and Poa'iOfllce orders. Little ia now 1 years old and Is credl ed wit "i i be murder of 14 men. Before he reached tbe age of mtnhood he killed one of hie playmates. Later be murdered three brother. Onee when passing a sick man s hooe be en tered tbe sick chamber, dragged the in valid out of lied and kicked him to death. A year or ao ago the militia bad to be ordered out to suppress ii 'tie. Sending U nm-uers to Swodcnw ' Eeealiig 8Ur. It is always pleasant to make mention of any fad tbat iodleates a foreign oe msnd for American products, whether ot the field, the shoo or the mine. Tbe oower bammeea made in the' United States are conceded to oa tne oesi in tne world, TW te evidenced by tbe fre quent orders for them rrom tne o:ner side or tbe Atisnuo. oweaen nac oeen ordering vnlcaa power hammers from the firm of Dancan & Co., ot Bellefonte, Pa., and ordera for them are being con- stsntly received from other foreign coon tries. J ' An Importaot Dkseovory. Tne most important Discovery is tbat which brings the most good to tne greet eat number. Dr. King's New Discovery tor Consumption, Coogbs, and Colds, will preserve the health and ssve lite, and is a nrkelee boon to the sfSioterk Not only does it positively core Con sumption. ' but Coughs, Colds, Bron chitis. Asthma. Hoarseness, and all af. fections of ths Throat, Chest, and Lnngs yield. at once to ia wo.iderful cmative powers. If yon dooht this, get a Trial Bottle Free, at B. W Pope's Drug store. . ' Tkte Plague Dying- Out. Montreal. Nov. 1. The nomber of deaths from smallpox continues steadily .a a a. a .a.. to decreaas, and tne oeaun aumormea are hopeful tbat tbe winter will not cause another rise in the death rate Last week there were 175 destba in tbe city. Of thess there wss only one Protestant, showiog the remarkable immunity tbe English enjoy rrom disease. In the Eist end the opposition to removal to the hospitals has ceased, snd in some dis tricts scarcely a chil l is to be seen, so fearfully has the epidemic made Inroads npojs the little on es. m ' Catarrh is a constitutional disease. Hood's Ssrsaparilla is a nonstitutl inal rsmedv. It cures caUrrb. Uive It a trial. FROM ALL POINTS. . a About Things Generally. A sharp shock of earthquakv hat jut oeen nit in a portion or r ranee. Horace B. Clafl n. the wel'-known dry goods merchant of Njw York, died on Setnrdav - - - - Ex-Congressman Franklii of Rarsis. has been offereJ tbe consulship st Hong K iw, Ci ins,' ; ' . f Indian Commissioner Atkins dees not anticipate any trouble with the Oils boms boomers.'' Ia, his forthcoming message, among other tbings', tbe President .will discuss the evils of private legislation. " Llzxte D' Pole, aged 12, was Banght by the bair by the shafting in a Phila delphia mill and dsahed to death. The imports of general merchandise at New Yo k for the week ended No vember 13 were Valned at $5,650,154. Reports ol expected uprisings of In dians in tbe Northwest are slated to be the work of conscienceless correspond ents. . Commodore Walker Is of the opinion that there is no danger to United States interes s In esse of trouble in Centra Ame;ica, which is now threatened. Gilardo, Azziro and Sylvestti, ..the three Italians who committed the cele brated Chicago 'trunk murder," were banged Saturday from the esme scsffold. Theqiestion of rerfneting the N-w Orleans exposition management to re-. fund a loan made by Congress is being considered by the svtorney genersl. Riley P le, a Tennessee drspersdo who killed United States Commissioner McD nald, sixteen months ago, was captured Wednesday in the mountains 1 There will be no more October elec tions in Onto to revive tbe Republican campaigns in other State. This being tbe caas, Ohio is muc1! m ire liable to go Democratio bereaf er. ; Ths national debt waa reduced over 13,000.000 during the month of Octo her Tbe Republican papera will con tinue to assert tbat tbe Democrats are no' paving off tbe public debt. It ii rumored thst Msnton Marble is engaged in drafting a clause on the sil ver question to be ishml ted ' to the President, and. If approved - by bim, to form part of the presidents! message. In a foot-ball contest between,' the Princeton and Wesley an college teams at Princeton tbe former scored 76 to tbe Istter's nothing, Princeton's being the largest score ever made in a champion ship gsme. , " r ' It i stated that the later William Sba- ron lef. directions to his trustees which provid a a donation of $50,000, to be applied to ths improvement of Golden Gue perk, and another 950.000 to be devoted to publio charities. The Supreme coort of Illinois, at OY tsws, affirmed tbe decision of tbe lower court In . the ; case of Joseph' Msckio. chsrged with election frauds at Chicago. The sentence of the lower court waa five yeera io Joliet penitentiary. Mill proprietors in the vicinity of Boulder snd Lorenii, Cat., have been notified to discharge all Chinese in their employ. At Santa Crua a cit!?ns- meet ing adopted resolutions recommending that the restriction act be so amended that Chinese immigration to "this country shall be entirely prohibited.-.. Since tbe beginning- f the smallpox epidemic in Montreal 26 SIS ' had died up tn Monday, and there are now over 3.000 cases in the city. Compulsory vsccinnatioo went into eff ct Monday. and all persons refusing to s-ihmit will be prosecuted Uorrnle stories sre told of the treatment of patients in one of tbe hospitals Yung, the Joliet convict, who con te sed to the murder ol H. P. Allen, was examined st Sycamore, III., and pro nooneed aane. Persisting, afterward In lii plea ol guilty, he was sentenced to li e imprisonment. Nothing has been done toward the release of Wi'Iiaa Thomas, who hss served five yesrs f r tbe crime. Baron Delorme has arrived from Chins with the news tbat tbe Emperor wanta railroads and U favorably disposed to ward tbe A mericau'railroa t system. Tbe Eiiperor is ready to grant concession to ao American corporation, guarantee the bonds it issues as a losn and the in terest thereon, and deliver tbem as each twenty Cve miles is completed. . "Cattle have increased mtre than threefold in the United Slates during tbe paat ten years." ssys the Shoe and Leather Reporter, which add: "Oars is i be greatest cattle producing region on the globe O farms there are now about 42,000,000; on ranch and range property west of the Mississippi about 10,000,001 cattle graza. At the recent election in New Yi'tk it took thirty tons of psper to make the ballots for the election Tammany Hall, and the county Democracy ordered 25, 000,000 apiece. Six ballots were , sent net by mail to each registered voter It took 13 000 of postage atamps to send tbem. It took 1 oUU printers, press men. counters, folders and mailers, to get Republican ballo's in shape to send to headquarters alone. FOltGIGX irEJlf. The invasion, of MtcedOaia by the Geek armv ia imminent. . German natal ofBoere bare been for bidden to write articles for newspapers: The Ameer of B ikrara is dead. His sin. Seid Abdulahad, will succeed bin. The dispason conference has practic ally decided in favor ot the French pitch. The Spanish government has intima ted its desire to reopen treaty negotia tions with Eiglaod. ; There hsve been many deaths frors cholera at Brest within tbe Isst lew dsyi, Tbs disease is spreading. .. j A caw emancipation net baa been in troduced in tbe B. asilian Parliament fa voring an earlier liberation ot the slaves. i The Journal des Debate Constantin ople correspondent tars: "Turkey! has refosed tn interfere between Servis and Bolgaria." - i The French cabinet at a meeting agreed to refuse a genera! amnesty to po litical prisoners, but lavored tbe grant ing of individual pardons i Tbe government has ordered the Gov ernor of Coldbathfields prison to treat Mr. Stead, editor of tbe Pall Mall Ga zette, as a first-class misdemesnant. At Carrick-on-Suir, Ireland, a mob of 2000 persons, ermd with pitchforks acd scythes, expelled the police who were trying to serve writs of ejectment. AH the long and eloquent let tera sent to the E-igliah pipers last month by the Servian minister were not written by hinvbot by his wife, who is an Amerl can lady. ' j Tbe Bulgarians, after deaperats fight ing, have carried every one of tbe Ser vian positions which were menacing Slivniixi. Prince Alexander tied the 'jtolgariao columns, in person. - C donel Manuel Antonla Prado, coo sin of the ex-President of Pern- of tbat name,' and Major Fernandeg, seat toe- crurt soiaiersj were set upon by Indians at Hasri and killed, and tbeir bodies 'de capitated, f, j Tba motion approvlog the settlement between Mr. Adams and Lord Chief Jus tice Coleridge was beard. Lord Coler idge conceded the,' demands -of-Mr Adsms and an agreement was signed on tbe desired terms. v ' Floquet hsa been elected 'president of the French Chamber or Deputies by a majority of 207. Tbe government will present a statement to both chambers, rejecting tbe idea of tbe evacuation ot Tonquin and MadsgascarJ r J V ( The Socialist Liske, who was convict ed of the murder of Police Counsellor Rumpff at Frankfort-on the-Main on the night of January 113 last, waa beheaded Tuesday. He protested to the lastihat be wss innocent snd behaved in a com posed manner. The excitement in Germany over Bia march's continued enforcement of 'bis edict cf exile of Russian Poles from Prussia continues unabated. Great re lief committees have been sent to assist the unfortunate exiles at Lemberg, Po sed and Ciscow. Civil wsr still rsges in Pern, and is Mkely to continue for some time, as the government trocps give no Indication of following op advantages already gained. The commander at Cblcla re ports the forces under Cespedes com pletely rooted in a fight On the 20t!i nit J Tlfe long overdoe steamer Sidonian of the Aochor line has been towed into Sf. Michael's by tbe Italian steamer In- di pendente. Tbe Sidonian left New York September 19 for Genoa and Leghorn. She was reported with ber shaft broken snd wss last seen on October 22. .The fifth and probably the last sitting of tbe conference - on tbe Roumeliae question wss held Monday. M. NelU doff, the Russian ambasssdor, wss pres ent. The delegates agreed on the prin cipal pointa at issue.. It Is believed that owing tn tbe efforts of Germany it will he possible to: localise the. war in tha Balkans.- OHIO ITEttH. Boring for gas has commenced In Ironton. An abundance of na'.ural gas has been discovered near Milleraburg. .. . . . .. A ball in Cincinnati baa been leased for . fire yesrs for ths nse of tba Salva tion Army. , ' .-'',- V :. The drummers are talking of organis ing a secret society, with headquarters at Cincinnati. ' Tbe various corn shellers in Malison' Coanty are shelling about 49,000 bush els of corn daily. There are 75 persons under indictment in Lucas Cjanty,' 25 of whom are lor oraraer. .' Tbs board of revtartoo. of Cincinnati has directed a special eccoontaottomake an Investigation ot the accounts of the city lofirmary Mr. Korefleld, while near Benton, war' attacked by two highwaymen and robbed of. 1 100 io cash, besides bis watch and other vetuabiee. At a public sale of Imported Holstei n Fueslsfl csttle in Cincinnati, 64 animals were-sold. the prices realized aggregat ing 12 70. R"V. J. J. Hill, aged 80, One of the ablest ministers of the Methodist Epis copai Cbnrcb In Ohio, died suddenly at bis .home Tattrslay ntgnt in letnoon. . Tne 'final obteqttea of -. Rev. Father Halley, Vicar Genersl of tbe. Diocese in Cincinnati, were celebrated Thursday In tbe Cathedral,' there being 100 priests and 4,000 people present. A lively war is in progress at Cam bridge between the city authorities and tbe Baltimore and Ohio officials, lbs trouble growing out of tbe tearing op ol a crossing by tbe railrosd bands. . Parker Cahal was found dead in bis barn "near Ripley. Hs .is supposed to have committed suicide, as be bad just, returned from Cincinnati where be had lost 98,000 in tha bucket shops. - J. H. Mitchell, a colored man, who resides at Yellow Springs, hss commenc ed proceedings in the Court of Common Pleas to compel the school board of that place to admit his son to tbe high school. Hon. T. C. Snyder; who sued the city of Canton for 915,000 dsasges for Inju ries received by the upsetting of his bug gy by n sand pile one night stout two years ago, received a verdict for 18,000. The : new : Toledo manual ' training school, the largest in tbe Stale, is to be opened ' with impressive ceremonies oa December 4, on which rocasion aa im portant educational convention will be held there. Et-Presidnt Haves will pre side and make tbe'opening address. The retlrlne Governor of O do is a Knight Templar. ' Tbe Governor elect recently received the ssms orders of knighthood in Haoaelmaon Commande rv. Cincinnati. The Lieutenant Gover nor' elect received the orders of knight hood in Raper Commandery of Urbane several years sgo. , Col .'Joseph Brnflf, of Damascus, well knows as n soldier, politician snd dis linguisbed cifxn, was lound dead in tbe cemetery on tbe grave of bis son, bsving committed auicida by shoo' Ing himself in the bead. Business oomplicationa are. supposed to hsve been the eaase of the act. .Jste-r i,,'- i ' ;t : . '' - Toledo's new 91,000.000 State Asylum is' progressing rapidly. Monday the trustees met and eleoted Walter PickeBS Secretary, vies Godfrey Jaeger, resign ed The. trustees go to Chicago to in spect a new system of Ineadescent light ing, end... win visit tue jwanxaaee inaane Asylum near Chicago. V . . A Xenia special ssys : A wholesale-attempt at cattle stealing at Spring Valley was made Sunday nigbt. Unknown par ties drove 34 bead of I. M. Barrett's fine cattle off. and after a long search Monr dav morning they were foond herded i a deep ravine aeveSlAilea front Mr Barrett's phwe. r The cattle were provi ded with food and water when leoad.aad It is supposed thst it was tbe intention ol the ioieves to drive them off to some aarket from this point. AThs result of November's elec tions will hsve the gratifying tftvet oi bringing about a belter stats of feeling between the President and-bis party LOTe think the Democrats will not be ao boUOU aiOpOBOK vu icmuis mi. iiwTmu j . . as. lor going slow In changing ths ocs- holders, and oa tbo other hand wUI, we believe, feel that he is no longer eqder obligations to tha Independent Bepabli eaus.or mugwumps, since they have gons back to the Republican party. i t amT ' 1 XarState Auditor Emil Kieawetter, arraigned beore Mayor Weleottof Co lombus on charae of shooting at editor Elliott of the Sunday .Capital, wss dis-' charged.-. Elliott s conduct toward hues wettsr through bis paper baa beenlaggra vated, snd much bad feeling exists to ward Elliott lo eonserjieneeof the course be pursues with hie paper. The public sense revolts against pessocai Journal I Us. PERSONAL. yr- - " i , -.Secretsry Bsyard" inherited deafness is said to be Increasing. ': v': f. Wijllam Black, the Englirb novelist, makes about940,000 a year from bia novels.1 ij-j t Dr. Noah Porter, who hss Jast resign ed the presidency of Yale college, is in bis 74th yssr.- - . . President Eliot, of Harvard univer sity, and tbe chief in- the Psrker boose re8taorSnt,3ostoo, recefre each a aalarr of 94.000. '' -'f Tbe Earl of Fife, a yonng Scotch no bleman, is the oomiog literary orator of liii order. He is very rich and munifi- $eit-.t ) : -t f ' M 5 Bescoiisfield talked in a soft, low voicer Gladstone, talka. distinctly in ma dium tones, snd Lord Salisbury loudly, often boisterously. , ; . A t Ex-President Arthur told a correspon dent in New York tbat he bad not saved s dollar of lbe 9200,000 that he receiv ed for President. Moos. A. Bartboldi, the sculptor who made tbe atatue of liberty given by France to America, arrived in New York a few days ago from France. Tbe most remunerative professorship in tbe world is tbato! P.ofessor Turner, the distinguished anatomist of Edin burgh, which yields him 920,000 a year. United States Senator Sawyer has giv en 91,000 to tbe Young Men'a Giristian association of that Michigan . town with tbe melifluous name, Oshkosh. , . , Dr Oliver Wendell Holmes, bsving attained the sge of three . score and six teen, facetiously remarks that he is "a Revolutionary patriot one of tbe men of 76." Adirondack Murray isld, at the ctose of a recent lecture, the aix years tbat have passed since be left the ministry bad been spent in gradaatlng for another life. , , . , , Unlike bis predecessor, Mr. Arthur, Mr. Cleveland . csrea little for tbe relax ation to be foond at tbe theatre. A good walk In the open air or a drive behind mettled horses pleases bim better. Mrs. Frances E. Willsrd, the temper snce orator and organizer, is a e far beaded parliamentary presiding otllcer. She la's short, determined looking wo man, whose voice ia more rsmsrksble than anything else about her. It is loud but sweet, end tbe deafest auditor knows what she is saying. . Prince Alexander of Bulgaria -ia de scribed by ao Austrian correspondent as "more tbsn six feet in height, with broad shoulders and restores whose quiet no bility suggests the antique. ' Hia large body is becoming too massive." owing to loss of outdoor exercise - King Ml Isn of Sere ia is growing corpulent ; Charles of Roumania ia email and rather slender. .-.i- ' - : An End to Bone Scraping'. 1 1 wsrd Sneph-rd, of Harrlshorg. Ill . says: "Henng reeeited So mocb benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let eaScring humanity know It. Hase bad a running sore on my leg for ; eight years ; ay aociore oia mo i wouta nave to have the bone acrapud ot leg , ampu rated. I used; inatead, three bottles . of Electric Bitters and seven boxes Buck- letus Ajnica alycuAjnyJegJd.now aonnd and wen. Electiic Bitters are sold st fifty cents a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at S5o per box by R W. Pope. 'WTThe B'publfcan mJ irity In Iowa pbtJovernor" will be'orrtr' 6,627.7 Lift rabee. Republican, nartiee eixtv-three ooon'ies hy an aggregate, majority of 23.755; Whiting. Democrat, thirty-four counties by 17.128. The 100 000 Re publican mijority of which Iowa for merly boasted is rapidly disappearing, and by 1888 sue will be resdy to step over into tbe Democratic ranks ; and so will Michigan and Wisconsin. ((to': totrlistiiKiils, rTIBS wsxt Annnal Session of. tbo aTosaoa X Cotrsrr Ts acr sis' Issrmrvs will bo hold at fro'risaetd, Ohio, beginning ' MOnOAY, DECS BER 39, SS5. .. t ; . ass oMsno . , FRIDAY, JAUCAIIT I. 1Ms3. The Kxsoetlvo- Coaamlttoo has esaaloyod Prof. R H. leimwea, ef Vatlooal Normal Uaiveraitv, Lebanon, Ohio as instmotor. ... Tha Eon. L 0. Baows. 8tato Mehool Com asissloaor, hu promised to bo with at a part of the weak There saoa hao a rst.olass Topw'atlea aa Inotltats workers sad we rest ooaldowt will sake the Institute a aaoossi If we ds ear port. ' '. -f 5" f -f follow toashers, roaaombss that thosns. oass of this lastltato wUl Aopsal largsly apoa i .. - TOUft PERSONAL ATIEXDiNCB. Do not fall te be present, as roar pretense will ooauibate .largely ta year saooeas as toashor,: to ,ths saoeoss of year paplls, and to. the bsnsllt of tha oomvunity la whlob yon, teach. , ; ,", Best assaro't, teaeaers, inai wo as roar ax ooatlvo Comsaittoo are doiag ear ataaost to ik lb lastltato- a ' saoeoss. We have eoaasolod rthw Cowaty txaaslaors aad bars thoir hearty aapwovt. Wo have talked with ssvwrai toeohors aad thoy plod go thesasolvot te kola as hnvo A good lastltato. ... . This lastltato is not for a particular ac tios ef the oounty nor for aor particular toaober, bat Is for the edaoatloaal . Interest of oar whs lo eeanty.' Cossoja-ntly, hot oal toaohors, bat atf who are tatorostad la the oaasoof adaoatloa shoald eosrtstbate their prosenes aad ssaalfost aa Intorspt ia the work, i J AS. A. WATSON, ... . JAMBS H. HAMILTON, -. ' ;.. .W. at. WILLIAMS, ' nov2l,'f5w, ,BeontlTS Commlttoo. PK0P0SED LOCATION NOTICB Is hereby given ef the Intention Af th County Commlssioaors of Mon roe Count v. Ohio, to looato aad oreet foor bridges at tbo following points to ait; 1 ' " 1. At O. W. Cliffs fordlag anress the Clear Pork of Little Xeektagaas, la Bethel te wa sh lp; .p - ' ii ' " '- . - . At Hiram Bines' ferdlaf oi said Clear Pork, la fraakila townships . - 8. At Bradasld'etordliigrof James'. Ban, hi Jackson township; . . A At Prioes' fording ot Crane's Nest Crook, la Qroew township; And that on tbe 3d day ef December,! 883, at their oBoo la1 Woodsleld, said Comatts. sioaora will boar all petitions for, and re. asoastraooos agit, eh preposed loss tlons, -. - f - . -' By order of the Commissioners. , . .. A A. ATfla30K, Aoiltw. nof3.,Se4. Teachers HST1TUTE BOOKKEEPING. 7 .! f . 'V- rpHB Ooameroial Detmrtmeal afSoia C5ol- X. Itjfr effsra sriperiaf advantages for ths stuar ot umenf rciai onmos. l Kxpeates Vowtft than rax ol&ar first elar schosl. Send for drefllsr. AddreM J. V A!aV3 V. A., Prin. Ouok Drpt , SuMr tMlega, Soio, OWo. aovluTtt. ROAD NOTICE. NOTICV Is bsnby glrra thst a pslltlea will be presented to the Comssasslensrs ot 3t onroo Conatr, Obio, at tbair sasstinR to ht held at their next regular asssion, pray log for an amendment, or review And sarfsy ef tbs county road beginning for the same at ths robbrsnstine anfflMyirm grade, on Iks land of H. A. Williamson; through tbs lds cf B. A. Willlaoisonjthonoo throagh the lands of Elisabeth. Assasttoagf ffeenos throagh-the leads. ofvShstOR Hilt tfeenoo throagh the Uads of Jasob KlRti Ubeaea throagh n lands ef frank tlloas; tkswso through tbe lands" of Marshall CUns ths plaoo of termination te . Intel tost, the read loading front BrowosriUo vie Slag's mill to QraTavUis; satd avoposod rent not to oxeeod Sis degrees. -' f lTlTIOSKJlS, oot37,'85t5. ; '? - -f EOAP, NQT1C& A NOTIC Is hoToby' given fbat a astfffcre will bo presented te the Commit Khmer of tf onrostCoaaty. at their next - session. 9e sombor, A. D. 185, prsjtng for the estab l sbmsnt of a ioountj road odf IheMleaiag line to wit: Beflnnitg' at ar naaa fo e syoa more tree at too road between tha tifm of Baresvillo and 5ardla in said eoantyr en ths Ohio Biter and on the lands of John Baa. man and running tksneo throagh the lands of the said John Baumaa and Robert Baa- mas, John Easier, Isaao Osbrlag, Sr., baa Gearing, Jr., Sirs. C. Klotaloy and John Kamsler tbo nearest and saost practicable roots te Intorsoot the ooanty road loading: from the tewn of Bardis to WoodsBole at or near the Intersection .of the road loading from Toxaa te Woodsflold oa the Ohio Aivsf sr ths lands of John Ramtler. ; AMT-rmnomf.. 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MV -W HARfER'S YOUNO PEOPLE t I IS) HARPER'S FRANKLIS BQUASX LI- it t AilSASait vww Awas ws7 sWHsnwaiw Pottage Free to alt tubeeriberi ia I 8t tu or Canada.-1 'r;1 - BRAKT. One Year (bS KambsrsJ ; t W 0? th4 United rtvtl I . .ottiU The volumes of ths Hsfrosiao hoaia wkh tbo numbers for June sad Docosabor of aaoh ysar. Whsfl ae tim it apeoiaed. it wtil be aaderstood that tbe subsoriDer wunes to aof ia with the entreat nambee, . , - t- j Bonnd Tolumae of Harper's HsirasTno, lor thros yets back, tn pea cloth WndinSi will bo seat by mail, postpaid, oa receipt of f I par roJurne. Cloth eases; tor binding, 08 esats each by mail, postpaid. Index to Harner s Haana. ArpooMueai. Analytical and Classified, fo Volume 1 toot). inclusive.- trowr June, iisov, soeaao, eoow, oa rot., Hto, Cloth, i.:s Remittanoea shoald he mado by Postoffiee Money Order or Draft to avoid ehaaos of loas. Kowapapara are not to copy tbi adeortuo- moot wttaont too expreas order oi nira m BnnnraRRA ' I AMmSJ ' : ' f 1 . M HAKEKSst BJtQTpESa, f ' i J 7T-T T rr rr rrn WILU AV MRILbTcwhos plaoo of res. Ide'nos is" eekfowa,wllftshe not loo that ow tbo 14tb daoI No4ewUr,U?S, Als wtfo. PradV Antf Btl , ftla hofpetiuea ini tbaaoart sf oeaamoaa4sasf Moaroe eoea tykOblo,H,lut -William, At. Riley and aaethet. sottlI, oeVktbat aaU WUltaat at, Blley, on er abet tha 5th day or November, lssS. and oa divers athsr dayt before aad sinee said 6th day. of . November, 18a, oommlttad sdaltory with' eao Jfarr frWa.at tha oilU ,vf, Dlxoa ; A RHey la ths towa ef BeellsvillojlwiMos -twenty . Ohio: that oa the 9th oWof Ifovoafbar, lf'S.sald William M. Blley baadoned tbo platutlff and left his alaoo ojeshtewoe la Said eeanty and is bow living la j state of adultery with said Mary Pries. Ball plaintlf Inrth-i allege la said . petaMve that aai4 Willtasa M Buoy la the evaer of a largo emeaat of porsoaal propoaty. and the-.following described real estate situate la Monroe oounty, Ohio, to wits fl,t north part of lot aamber algbt In the town ef BeallsTltle," oa ahioh plalotl bow resides, and the undivided one half of let' aamber tuty eevea In said towa of Bealla. villa kaowa as the Dlxoa lsyssBl pre, that ntaiatiff aaks.los roasoaaUs allmo. .. ..i tl tbo vropsrty of aald William M. juioy; that an, Injaactioa has been alls wed h. aaid ease, rostraiaiag sard Willhwa JBV si Tee from selling, tneassborlaa ev dtspoala of say of said property,, real er personal, nitl ths fnal haaring of this ease. You are required to answer said potttloa mt baforo tue iSthMsy of Jaaaa y, 1866. , . JBJ8a8SIALLOBT, neviti'M'tT.' Atfys lor Plaintif NOTICE. A persona are hereby notified aol to vnVs any contract mnn w uuara si. tHfJm 1 the eredit of the ftiai ef Dixon & Rf m rorll, JASES E, DIXON. HUV. 17, 1233. Z. . ' ' oa .A DB0Q 8TOBE3. r5 ; ' D B rj G . ' ' oasswaBBSsaasBsssoaBR anas ORUQ9. PAINT8. OIM, VARNtSHES, BRUSH KS, ' DTK STUFF, AltDlJt. CAM always U foot at J. T. ItttltM Drag 8tvr, at ths lewsst sash prises. PURE WJ1TES SAJtP ' Ll$d0Z3 Hot Medleleal Parfossaimay fttaya he rswad J:;.r rAiJtra, k :.( XT all oolors, aad la fen V i JUpKIrTS'Draj State, LIX8IXD OIL. TIT the Bernler gallon, at UwaBarhol MJ nws, I. T. i U D AIRS VraiTXtaac.'' W T1 ar tt mom 'm m TN tha market also, Lard Oil, fish 1 BenTs feet M1, as., As," eaa Ve had aft T. PDfJKS' at tbe lowest cash arleee puis white leap, ' v Or B. Pahaostook'a bract, wklsh Is so lest tf solobratod for IU aswtty; whrteS anddarsaimr. Is Inst reeetrew tvl.T. .' J CSS, awl. wUl. s soJJ at- fielrm r- - Vairae. nsruMEsttsoAptspjc rAW, KKtn A CMAXS, s r ,s AND a variety ef ether artlslos hslovfs .a tVa Siurfah m i mt ".i is sold as lew aa thsv eaa U tttt,' T - PBTswujtir pREscRirnoRi CsnswetLt raavAiaa as all bears itvvacy sagas . .- j i. T. . safer. ' ?'? ' ROBERT iPQPEv , . -f a p R', ' I e? rt : r..- . Perfamery, ToiktV rticlrai " 1 -. --. - '- i w-f Psioat Madiolassv WladoW Cass, ttSif, Shsaldor Braoos, Traatoat Dye SMSo, fal . of aU Mad wllasw TaraUhes, SeatXM ' ntaUaMTO. Blaak Caakai . . . ' ' .' ' ' ' . enirnfiT. t rtfimv Ann - . v.. ' . Ochool OtoClonery, Pino aad Stogie Cigars, Lamps aad Chimneys Coffee, Sugar, Teas, aad ttrooerfes of all hfaisv Ess! Aiscrtz:! tf . Jlz3 lzzz . la towa,ea4 everything asaal l kept la a - Firai Clnrr Drt'T an ss ss ar aw ar aawjavw snaw at aass -a waa' aa aw wjaraa - t -aU of which win ho sold at. tio i,. Lowest j; Posh ' ITrlccsu Mit7ot;s car csst QJA&mr. Iwriaesltctaitl twraese Cwch etasitly Una. GIvwIlfE at f all aad k Can. 1 L r .t. I ..-r-; e i . Physlclana Preecrlptleaa Cnreldirr " tyrvmea art An tieava. - i ? " - - .- -eaaaoSBaan f , r , f Sam Croat Street, Wooitfcli, Oki. VTOjtercnrr sale. Nancy Flsasraa ano, T. rV Tfillrsm ta.-fJeUtVef. Bl tu in, vi wi vravr vi wmm IB VOIW -. tltloa Issaod froas the ooart f aommMt -0 pleas, efthla aad for tWswvatf at Coaroe andtato of Ohio, In eaae possilj tacit eaart eefesa Ore abofe aamod aanloa. ant te me dlreatod, I srlU sC foe r at vrklle aaetlon,' at the east doer ef US ooart heaae in Woodsoold, oa -.; Saturday, te 1 lt Soy if Decemlar,lZr, istwwsn tba auitriaf KV oesra. m. bad 4 - o-piooa f. mm ef seat say, the renewing dor sorfief raaf estate sltnate ia tanrss ewjatyi - Ohio, to wit; 'rVr j- -v-., t ; Being ithe' west half sf tbo seathoart qeartor of sootloa twenty alas (),toeacL: throe fS) of rangs six (6), esatalaiaf eight two (S2 aoros mere er lose. - ' - ' Bab act to the Ufa estate o Vary &3T tbo following part fhoreet Is Wtti r Ths northwest part of the west Valf Sf the . seatbeaei quarter of soetloa twoaty aixay township throe, raasa six. Tsgtaatar; Tee She same at tbs norbwest soraov ef said half ' e,aartovt Oaase soaU altiy aaawa anXA half degroos east, thirty reds to, a states tatwae south two aad a half aatrosa wwst Sifhtf rods te d suke; theaos north elgw bovwn -aad a half dogroos west thirty roes to a sw- -In the qaartar asstloa llao; t hsa as ar sail, lias north two aad a half degrees east effAf jeds te ths plsoo ef begiaaiag, ooataias;' fTioea aerssr saw. the tight tettaoalevav aalAhaM oaarterfMai the abovo daoer- traot to: and' feoav. the pabUo teadV la C nrivateteai it boV traveled. ' ' Aid propart sworoVrod to koeail hrV ptaUod at' S1.SOO,' sabstet so the lire swtase ef Maty Hall,- may asB for two tklrO of sat! STpawsomeat- T1-' 7' '."j t Taaaa ay Baa Oaw-thwd sash ta hate,' ' ons4hlid a one year, sad owsohfri In two. rears from day of sals, wfth asUrast: the do r ' farrod pAymoats to ao see area by RKsrjsja Upon the prsmiaos iylV , - V Da.?(ia et r Atfysv f j l t "3tr LEQAL NOnCE. YTTILUAM irVWUX, teatdlae at M VY lna, Antrim eeaaty, to tha lato of MiebigtnOeKi rik aatien tk-i r r- n;sr day of Aagaai lis, thmeel fr iUadJLla. f potltloa la the ooart of oommoa pleas of Monroe oounty, Ohio, eg1 said Wllllasa floadrix aad others; the object aad prayer of aid potltloa being for the reformatisa an4 (besmears er asortgage ptvow aw aaU WJL m.MM4rtaUM owe- slEMitjav- Jsaos W. Bsllistor aa one ha ad rod aa4 olghtssn aoras el UaA ta soaUone twar. aad1 twoaty ewe, ef towashlp throe vnsrgw lea, In ths ooaaty er Moaroe 084 81010 04" Ohio; aad. afc-si for edgtsowf owthoeavom' tssory aotos seearod hy said awrgaga. for taw ' maeshofllag sf Usee apsh aatdiaada aadthw sale' thareof ia. dMaatt ef ptysaCVaf A-' padgmeat. SaM aofeaaaat U iwauliad teeaaway eater lafore Jonnary 2, Itas. BAICSI. BBUKWZ, Hy his Attoraeya, QAAtAaan A) WeaoBRieoaw TO TUB PUWUC. XTOTrOS U hrW xiomv is te trade for or pawaaaa a pf isalasusy aake siren by the aaSeralgaed to II. Holderataa or ' bearor. for ths easa t tvoasy-oaeaa sVUra , snd ninety oenU. aad datod Oo lobar 9th, 1883 as the same ia wholly without ooaaidorttoSV snd frsadnteat. -'- lV 4 ; .. 7 . ' : CBRMTUfBKk HAJJEIsXX Barbara Lt BAuaiaRW. ": WMaess. ' t. HovlO,85aJ. v "" - ' .V frrfTtriTTTn 1 Pi II I 1 J 1 IJ