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PRI&COTT, AUGUST 8, IPCS.
. .,virrTiiiUTi!B.--'niu jiarfornmtici' ut thw
,f nma-mcnt, Saturday ovontnK lat. vn
. v on provlous occasions, owing to
i, Mi.it meof the old members of the
y.y wro not on lmml to piny thi'lr
a !,1 tli ir place Imd to he fllltMl with new
, ih. bellows, who did not tiiwlwstand
-ill bellows. Nevertheless, we hare
tl -,,-it deal worso performances In onrtkjr.
, , unir'nriitfrtalnmontcoiMlstedof "Wreck
, ,r, Th Pirates' Doom,'' with "Fancy
TV leading characters In the piece did
t, 1 bad t'"y been supported in u proper
,!.;nc would not hnvu warned m they did,
, , ri on. The house was not "crowded from
, il-mr.'' and wo ver- sorry that It was not,
rt - M'L;iMonle'?bnc!liniirht. The Com
v 1 pot perform a.ain until they run g!v
l i-'.iction to the public, which they ex-
), able to do iii about a month.
. w"f Pkk.-iknt.-- Before leaving for Call
I '."iterunt Olllver made a present of Ida
. I, n -Bourbon," to Sir. Herbert Roweis.
was valued, by the Lieutenant, at $0li,
- wui :li every rent of it. Were lie our
, l it trade him for the peninsula of
, i .t'.:o: niu.
' Fiiisk it Right. Notwithstanding that
.1 tu b ) a free country, and that a man
i .- :i- he pka-M" we do not think it right
,-i'ic"- 1'ieu who have made every dollar
j - in the country, to send to California
ih.it eould be done as well, aud al
- Vm;iI . here. We are prepared to turn
r 'if all k.iiuK and it Is hot just, and
t ut our tneri hanti and lmsiDe-s men
! 'ti mire ns. in we nnd the balance of
. m of the Ti rritory do them. It t not
' men who arderellct in this par-
iH1"i.th of the Government, who
V to try and build up the Territory.
, . a practice of baring the Journals and
i I.egmlat'ire printed In California,
.i . mil d have lud the work done here,
i . , .r v oy to rwourage home industry,
1 'iM. a good way for a Governor to
j, i ouple of thousand dollars of the peo
i ' .. Hope Secretary Carter .will not
,r, ti,.- f.ir.tins of SeornVflry and Gov
't, i iinuick.
T !; i ;i.xs, one of tho best UswjmtM men
v.t Keen, it luek again in hi old "nit''
.. i i'ii'm Store. ('. T. came hew at an
: '. stayed a loiijt time, then took a notion
li l mum to Wickenburg,' La I'm and
' i. Imi eould not sUy away from the
,f 'Vntral Arizona. He now, like an
.V'- man, want to marry and nettle down
. v L' re the wuU-ra of Granilo Creek roll
t j '.'a- en.
l.u.r. , ok Qrrmxm. The masculines f the
I ..jc'm t lub met at their hall, in this place, on
t". i.lug of the 1th Inst, and elected the
I .1 Winx ofllcers : E. Darling. President; A. L.
v i U-r, Vice President; J. II. lMran, Recording
v retarv; Ceo. Reed, Financial Secretary; W.
V Kelly', Treasurer; X. 1'. l'lsrec, S. 11. Blulr, It.
LI Elliott. .Managers; J. E. G. Mitchell, Geo, D.
K ndall. E. V. Welt, Jr., Investigating Com
mittee; Gen. D. Osborn, Srgeant-at-Arms. The
( lub will give a dance, Thursday evening next.
Sale ok Vttx.uir.K rorwrrv.--The mining and
other property belonging to tho catate of the
late John Simmon?, will be offered for lo. In
fiout of the Court House in l'roneott, to-day, and
ve udvlie all who wUh to purchase first claw
r.i.'biig property, etc., cheap, to be on hand.
IUPKOVKSKSTS IK CoSTEill'IJlTUlS. XotwiUt-
iling the time are eomewhat out of joint
v rrabuuls. our citisensdo not feel the least bit
u - '-mraged. Wc licar of several parties who
,re preparing to build, and they will do It, loo.
N m A Curt uu are battling lumber to erect a j
x f- two !ory frame lionne- on the corner or
V r.'.'Z'iuia and Gnrley streett, the iippr story
c. wl.;. ii U to uu lined for u Muunlo Hall, Ute
'ind floor, for a largo billiard MtablWiment
- in C. Miller proposes soon to erect a two
f rj buck on Montezuma etreot, between the
l 1 1. flke and the offlee or llonry A. Mgelow,
m vor of Internal Revenue .... VTonner &. Co.,
( i ,'beil A Buffum. Ilmidmon & Co., and 15. J.
' i. Ulk of erecting brick itoree; and a mira
t " ' p-i tons are getting ready to build private
r - jem Go In, gentlwnen, thero it nothing
IVi tiATE CornTAugiut 3d. Katate of C. R
T k. d. eaed; Sale of Ileal Estate - by Admln
. ordered. Hstate of J. II. Wamsley, de-
f 1 Hearing of petition of AdminUtrator
. df-r to real iwlate aet for Monday, Sep-
t r,b rC.
Tm Tamer's Convoetion which met here July
tx.k high ground hi favor or not sailing
i i f-r les than oentB per lb, in gold. Vi e
t not undertake toaay whether Ibalr action ha
' u r.Khi or wrong, but we do aaaeri that, under
t IrniDiUnces, they ahoold receive the price
lix i b them, iu order to pay them for their la
h i. futlay and the ritks they haTe to ran from
depredatory Indians. Ilealdos, if wo are cor
f' t'y posted, grain cannot be brought here from
U'lfurmafor 8J oonto. At proiant, there to
Rr -at demaud for grain la California for export
t Lurupc, where the crop is mid to bo ahorter
"i var than for aarcrsl yenrt iui. The San
j com-epoiHlont of the Sfttramento
J "... a gentleman who walchen keenly tho mar
k' j rf the world, advUen th fannBra of Call
f i-ula to hold on to thulrgrnln, as tho price or It
h rc-rfaln to rnUe.
A milk, tho property of V. A. Stophons.took Its
leparture for mule hocven on Monday latt. It
di' l or infirmity, auporindueod by old age, hard
w rk and want or barley,
Tukiie la a law against firing guns.pliloli, ole'i
In the strceta, nlleys, imblio equaree, back lotn,
.of the towns and villaKes of the Territory.
'it nobody pays imy attMitmn to it.
Tl.tN..The flrat rain or tliU wntoti fell here on
the 7th day of July lMt, and fuvoral gentlemen
who hare kept their eye on the weather hinco
that time, ftMiirc in that, oxecpting three days,
It ban rained overy day tlnte, und a giuat many
iiigliU-tomMlmwi mat and fnrloii; nt other
times gently. Wonder what purnotw who look
upon nil of Arizona us n dried-iip. liarien desert
country, will ry Id tlili. Jt U tmo as Holv
WanKjiBfnn ' Under date of Wiekonbnrg,
July 30, a friend wrh an rollout: ' It rained
lu thli place and yicinity all lait week, and It la
almort impoaalbto k travel In any dlrecllou
Tho Haaaayempa hat) been very high, and did
groat damago to ttoi raitelmt. In coming from
l'rescott, the mall rider, while croMlrig ft creek,
came very near loalng hli life. Ho lost the way
mail, which contained Mine letters, way-bill and
tome money. Mr. Italian!, while here, gavn the
contract for carrying the mail from tbt place to
Pima Village and back, to F. II. Chapman.
Wornwcr A Co. have the contract for carrying
the Frescotl an'd Turkey creek mall The In
dians have stolen come islook from Warden it
liryan. They also killed two of Mr. llayden'i
mule The mills are doing aa well a ever,
T'.e Vulture Mining Company started their new
pans about a week ago. and they work first rate.
fwreral new buildings are going tip Tho
health of the town is good no sicknoss The
paymaster is here, and not being able to get any
farther with wagons, will start to McDowell with
a pack-train. The wagons will ba sent back to
Cam i Mcl'herson."
J. D. Momrox requests its to state that he will
start a saddle train from this town to Wleken-
burg, Monday morning nest, for the accommo
dation of passengers.
Tire crops, despite tho heavy rain that lmve
Hooded the country during the past month, are
A. G. Dtsx is building a lions ibr a butcher
shop, on the north side of the I'lara. From onr
end of town it looks micho cVquilo.
J. 1. Hahorwk. 0. Allen. Jim. D. Monihon and
two stranger arrived from Wickenburg Thurs
day evf hina l&nt. The came akt Weaver uud
District Conrr meets hew on Monday nest
5io )Jiu. It. Smith, of ! Bug, Informs us
that, a tdiort time ago, he and Billy Gavin, an
other 1 Ilug-or, found, while bnnflng in the
timber, about 1 miles above Gray A Co.'s ten
stamp mill, a ledge which they named the - For
est." They sunk a hole upon it and lotind It to
be about four feet in width. When Smith came
to town, he brought a piece of the rock with
him, had it tested by F. A. Cook, who says it as
sayed $240 to the ton, in gold, with a wee bit of
silver. Smith and Gavin are now bnilding an
arnttiu and wheel, to crash ore from the " For
est" Hfld "Itodgcr" lodes. May they make
their overlastlng fortunes.
The Germans hare completed their big ditch,
which Is designed to carry water on their rich
claims in the old Mexican Gulch. Tho old ditch
was too small.
Otborn A Garin hare found excellent pros
pects in the bar opposite the one upon which
Gray and Co.'s mil! stands, aad tfcey are. having
a ditch cut to it from MfaUrfls ' tra Justice's old
auxiliary claim. Hurrah for Hig ling; if capi
Uiists doat,'- fetch her out,'' her old miners snd
prospectors will. No Indians have )een seen In
ih vicinity fJr a long time, and wo bflpe the
cusses will never pay it another visit.
Cal. Jacksox 4 Co., recently purchased the
Hydraulic .digging on Lynx creuk, known as
the Excelsior, from Little A Taylor. The new
owners have commenced work.
Sows six or eight arastru are lieing nm at
Walker's earn p. head of Lynx creek, and there
Is not an Idle man in the district lAst week,
! Winning & Me Williams treated a lot of Deposit
ore. wMch treated them !nuJt in return 15 to
the ton. Work upon the Chanj and I'kitinca
lodes, Ilsssaysvwpa district, is goln on.
Heraarkabio Pheuoataaon Bursting of a
"Waterspout Another Doluge.
About 9 o'clock, Sunday morning last there
occur rod, in Yuma county, In this Territory, one
of these dreadful catastrophes in Nature, known
ns a ' Mmtewpout," which, for the Immense vol
ume or water oast out of it, and the terror it in
spired in those who witnessed its mighty opera
tions, is without a paralled in similar phenomena,
ilr. Janws Grant, mail contractor on the La Par.
and Proscott rout, arrired hero with the mall
Wednesday leas, and related to us the following
particulars : lie left La Paz Sunday morning,
atid proceeded about 1 1 miles when be beheld a
tremendous black clvud to the eastward, moving
towards him from the direction of Granite Wash.
Xothinar daunted, he kept on his journey until
arriving at Ute big ravine, 1 1 miles this side of
Tyson's Well now Robert's Station wbero he
found the freight trains of Milter Ilrotliers and
Campbell St. Buffum, or Prescott, In a badly de
moralised condition. While the wagons, or a
part of them, were crossing the ravine or wash,
a flood or water, which came very near destroy
ing tho whole train, rushed upon them, upset
ting in Ik mad earoer, one waxen, breaking two
wheels, and drowning four mules, three or which
Monged to Miliar A, Brother, and one to Camp
bell & Murrain. Had not the teamsters cut the
traces and allowed the mutes to get out or the
flood, every animal belonging to both trains
would bare b-xm drowned. Mr. Willtr informed
Mr. Grant that never before had he beard 6uoh
fearful noises as rent tho air urerious to and du-
' ring the terrific bursting of toe mop trout black
I ..IAmA tm. fmurit AfVa ctrnnlr Ai.if anil
on arriving at Henneger's valley, was confronted
with the waters, which bad receded to that place,
and which wore spread Out over the immense
valley. His only show to make time aud head
way was to wade Into tho water, which he did,
and finally succeeded in getting himseir, mail,
and horse, norosetha vnlluy, a distance or ft miles.
It was droadfiil visitation of Nature, and wo
hope another such occurrence will never again
tslie place in Arhtona.
Thk San Lu'u Qbispo (California) 7Vff,
U 11 that has heretofore been neutral in
politic, tins taken sidr-s with the Urmocrney.
Tintt:i: liiiiidrpd nnd forty-onu thousand
negro voters in six Potitliurn States, accord
ing to tho "Omnibus" Mil, wo to elect ns
ninny U. S. Senators as tlio States of New
lork, rcinmlvaniii, Ohio, I Hinois. Indian.!
tmd whcomln, with n voting imputation of
wo millions. Hits is what ttie Radicals call
'fruitu of the war."
SiNcntho Anti-Slavery Hiblo and Anti-
Slavery God party cntno into power, "Dentil,
Debt und Tnxntiou" lias been its motto, and
officials linve increased faster than any other
class of our imputation, lluin and Destruc
tion should bo inscribed upon its banners.
K. H. Ward, a Radical, fiays:
"Thoro are now 41 .000 oiliciais rcHiuircd by
the excutive department alone to execute tho
acts of Congress, wlioso aggregate salaries
annually amount to over thirty-one million
dollars those officials being paid JromSl,00O
to Sl'VAK) a year each."
If this ain't paying dearly for "Glory llallo-
lujah" and the negro, we don't know what
is. Oh, Spoons I when nro yourself and old
T had going to let up 1
Lxuaa Kboort. Tho editor of tho Ama
dor (Cat.) ledger, has recently been shown a
dinnk of gold weighing n fmction less than
2-1 ow., nnd valued nt S8S8. It was taken out
of a claim nenr the "Gate," about one mile
from Jackson. Tho "Southern mines" are
not yet played out.
Public JIic.n of Florida. Florida comes
into the Union with a Governor from Wis
consin, a Congressman from Pennsylvania,
United State Senators from the Kasteni and
Western States, and a local Legislature made
up of negroes nnd carpet-bug mon, selected
"from nil tho world nnd the rest of innnkind."
Dok't Pat. The editor of the St. George,
(Utah) Timet, says that institution don't pay
running excuses, nit hough the town is a
large one, and tlio people ol the surrounding
Tn State Capital IteporUr, Sacramento,
California, has entered upon it second vol
ume with flattering prospects of making
money. Too Jteporur is an able exponent nt
Democracy, besides being a good ueirspspor.
Success to it.
Tjik New York isrp)tt$ bhows up Itadlcat
consistency in this short paragraph :
"Gonerass bv one act insists that the neo
pie shall be taxed for another year to support
the I'reeurnen's utireau, unci tree negroes;
and then bv another act insists that the ne
groes are not only capable of self-government,
but tit person, to govern white men in the
Thr San IJeniardino, (Cal.,) Guardian, of
July 18th, soys:
Uol. Youne, of tho 8th U. S. Cavalry, who
has been to Son Francisco on leave of absence
for some time, arrived here on Thursday last
on his way to I'ort .Molmvc.
We welcome the gallant Colonel back. He
is just in timo to wallop the Wallapfiis ngain
Lt. Converse was recently ordered to report
for examination to ttie retiring Board. It will
be reeollocted that last winter, the Licuton
ant was badly wounded in a fight with tlio
Apaches, between Prescott and ttie Rio
The San Francisco llxamitur of July 21st,
says: First Lieutenant George U. Steole, of
the Fourteenth Infantry, goes to Fort Yuma
as Regimental Quartermaster.
Tne schooner Imhd sailed from San Fran
cisco for the mouth of the Colorado river, on
Makkxt Quotations. In Sun Francisco,
July 22, prices ranged as follows:
Flour Soperflno, fl,2C 0,37; Exta,
Wiikat $l,9o, ctioice new.
JUrlsv From 2 to 2,t4'ctfl.
Giti'.RKiuces have jrone down. On the
22d ult, in San Francisco, they were being
bought and sold as follows: Iluying, 70c;
IN PKOUATK COU11T, I
Yavapai Count y. J
Bstnte of CHARLES E. BOCK, Deceased.
7&TOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN, TnAT.
X 3 In pursuance of on order of the Prolate
Court or the County of Yavapai, tn the Territory
of Artsora, made on the third day of Ana?t, A.
1). iwte. in the matter of the Estate of Charles B.
Bock, deceased, tin uudershrncd, Adminittrator
of td estate, will sell, by public auction, to tho
highest ana ucst Didder, lor rasn, i uie uoun.
llonse, In tho town of Pretcott, at ten o'clock a.
on SATURDAY, September 5, A. D. the
following properly of the deceased, eonsbalnK of
900 Feet in the INDEPENDENCE Lode, and
60 ' DEPOSITE Lode,
In Big Bug District, Yavapai County, Arizona.
JOHN KAHILI!, Administrator,
lly JOHN HOWARD, Attorney.
Preseott, Arizona, August 8, le'03.
Dissolution of Partnership.
nnilE PARTNERSHIP IIERRT0P0RE
Jt existing between the undersigned Is this
day dissolved, by mntns! eon-wit.
All juwsoas havlaffcUmiE nfflot the late tlrm
aro iterehy notlflcd to present them to JoJin Koalk,
wlK) alone Is autborUed to collect and receive all
munldu. .lie said late llrn,nNi
Wickenburg, Arlsorw, July 80, 1683. (auSlt.)
PURSUANT TO ADJOURNMENT,
thsro will bo a Meeting of Farmers, In
Prescott, on Tuesday, EeptemlHr 1st, A. D. 1883,
at 1 o'ctoaU r. ji.
J. M. R0UNTKKE, otary.
IVeH-ntt, AllfiMt S,
New and Important Discovery!
The undersigned have discovered that tho only
menus by which Mining, Farming, and all other
branches of buiiness can bo made to pay, the
country to flourish, and the people made happy,
Is, to Sisr.r. flooos OitnAP, rou Cash.
Being interested In the speedy completion of
the Union Pacific Hallway, K. D., we now propose
to sell all kinds of goods, Cheaper than Anybody.
CCall at tho IJItICK STOItK, on the Plaza,
and see for yourselves.
CAMF11ELL ,t IJUFFUM.
Prcecott. July 21, 1809. Jy2rtf
O TIL L
JN THE FSEJjDI
GRAND FORWARD MOVEMENT!
DOWN, DOWN, DOWN
GO THE PKIOES!
UNPRECEDENTED RUSH UPON
D. HENDERSON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Gents Ready-Made Clothing,
and Furnishing Goods,
Mission and Pioneer Mills' Woolen Goods,
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions,
Tobacco, Cigars, Koots, Shoes, Hats, Hosiery,
T..1.. I.:.. 1 t.':.i !
Nub?, Figs, Dates,
Henry's and Spencer's Improvod Rifles, Colt's
I'istot's, Rlasting and SjKirting Powder,
Fixed Ammunition, Caps, Fuse,
Clocks, Fanning Implements, Grocorios,
Wines and Liquors.
Dry-Goods, Dry-Goods, Dry-Goods,
CHEAPER Til AX JiVUltl
We can and shall ran a lively opposition
to uigu prices.
D. HENDERSON it CO.
Corner of Granite and Gurlei Streets,
mylo i'reacott, Arncono.
Feed and Sale Stable,
Goodwin gj Opposite
The undersigned hare constantly .on baud)
HAY AND GRAIN.
Of the best quality, and at the Lowest Kates
t3 Wason. teams, saddle and pack animals,
always on iiauu, lor sale or mre.
JAMBS D. MONHIAN.
WILLIAM Z. DEN1SON
l'rescott, Aag. 10, 1S0T. li-Sm
Montezuma Street, Prescott, Arizona.
Kami lis 4 ScitBEtir.n, Proprietors.
4 S WE BREAV OCR OWN
J..Vlteer, and take great jmins toT;
and etrenrtbenlnir beveraee will do
vtuii uyvautrig upon us sna takmg same or our
Uood LAGER KEEK, Liquors and Cissrs, al
ways on nunc.
Prescott, October 5, 1607.
CAMPBELL & BUFFUM,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IN
West Side of the Flasa, Prescott, Arizona.
JOHN O. CAMPBELL,
W. M. BUFFUM.
l'roacott, April 4, 1FS.
KERR'S CHEAP STORE,
In the Raet Room of the Old Capitol Building,
North Side ortno l'Jaza, l'reseott,
If yon wish to purchase
Grocorie and Provisions,
Liquors, Can Fruits, Clothing,
Or anything oho needed by you, for less money
than the same uan be bought for anywhere else
In town. EDWARD KERB.
Froscott, June 20, 1EC8.
Utah wilt soon bo flooded with immigrants
from EurorxS. Lot tlicra come. They arc
needed. Their religion won't prevent their
settling up tlio country nnd making good
American citizens. Polygamy will soon die
out, anil tho balance of tho Mormon creed
cannot bo vory outlandish.."
DIONEHIt DRUG STOItl.
On liuntl tmd for nult
llaWs Jiakamor the Lungt,
Ay a3 Clitrry Vtdoral, .
' AsMe Cure,
OffjooiVn India Chohgugue,
Jtrotcn1 Jamaica Ginger.
Perry Davit's Pain ii'rtfrr,
Goodalt?s Catarrh llemaly,
JJrowii'i llnmchial Trochee,
Pryarf Pulmonic Wafert,
Dr. J)eines PiteJi lMmyt,
KcaUwjti Coityh "
tayne's Patent MttUcint,
And. lu fact, a full assortment of all the Patent
Medicines usually found In drug; stores.
Toilet Stapt, Fann Articles, Perftmery,
And a lsrjre supply or Dispensing Medicines.
N. B. Physicians' tirescriiitlons uarufally and
accurately compounded. E. DARLING.
l'rescott, April avisos.
WORMSER & CO,
Wholesale ami Retail IMercliants,
LA PAZ and PRESCOTT, Arizona,
Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, Boot", Shoes,
Liquor, Crockery, Hardware, Farming
nnd .Mining Implements, etc.,
HALL THE ATTENTION OF THEIR OLD
V pioneer friends and the public renurally to
thHr new and splendid assortment u (roods, rd-
cently purchased, by one of the firm, In fian Fran
cIko. and now on hand at their stores In La Paz
Give us a call and tee for yourselves. W e aro
not selling for ruinous prices ; our motto Is aud
ha been, " Live mid Let Live."
Our stock lu Ii Paz Is acknowledged by all
who have sn and examined it, to be
THE LARGEST AND BEST
As fortment of goods ever brought to tlmt place
.Merchants, larmers, miners ana oiuers, wisuibk
to lrarcboMi Kood, would do well to ctve us a
call, before purchasing eteewhare.
mylC La Pay, and Prescott, Arizona.
E. J. COOK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES,
Quicksilver, Tobacco, &c.,
Is preirod to famish the people all kinds ol
Merchandise, for Cash, !
At reasonable rates, t the
Corner of Granite and Gurle7 Btroeta.
Prescott, Arlr-ona, June 27, 1608. JeB?,
GRAY & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS,
At La AVlckmburp; and Prescott,
Groceries, ProTisions, ClotliiDg, etc.
Wish to call attention to the large assortment of
now on hand at their Store In Prescott. no2-tf
Baths, Baths, Baths.
WARM AJTD COLD BATHS,
Can now be had at tho
Montezuma Shaving and Hair
In Montezuma Hall, Montenuma Street, Prescott.
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING, etc., lu the most
approved manner. THKODOKE OTTO.
C. JACKSOiV & Co.,
Montezuma Street, Prescott.
W! HAVE JUST ARRIVED FKOUrM
San Francisco with a targe assprt-y
mcnt of LIQUORS, which we offer for sale b
at reduced prices, tor ossU, at our sample rooms,
where Joe aud bui, lue lutiuomet aim noiilnl
men in town, will always be on hand to dispcutu
liquors In the most approved style.
CHAMPAGNE on draft. We never Mop over.
P. S. Joe lias now another attraction besides
his " Purp." . C. JACKSON & Co.
Prescott, June 5, 1803.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD
inform the people of Proscott nnd j
anrroundtue countrv. that he has leased
tho shop, tools, etc., of the Miller brothers, at
their mneh, one mil" t from Prescott, where
be Is prepared to do oil Kinas oi DiacKsmiuimg in
a workmaullko manuer.
Horse, mule and ox shoes will be kopt con
stantly on hand, and I shall endeavor to give in
tire satisfaction In this branehol tho business.
Mlllsr's Rinrh, Mar 00, IMS.