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he WcMu, rteomi Uincv.
8ak Fiuncibco Anc.Ntr.llr. Thomas Iloyw
I the only authorized nt for the Minkh in Sn
Franclsm. Orders lelt t Ms otltce, .V Mt
clMiit'fl Exchange Building, room No. ;w, Califor
nia street, will Ire promptly attended to.
The Gospel of Freedom.
II r THOMAS I- IIAUIltS.
I rtw n Spirit, afrlHVe, nut nmi glarkm
Ul the Mnnnlt of A$i h4
lib aatMitrMate of Bgftt, bit Won rtotrtwii
Sbtac wHh a Lore w mrud tlet uWntand.
ltd x wnt forth, In nut remtetalbm
Orar raeh Ma awl esatHwut 1 wo.
Walla if Mmpturlnsr earth' dawnlredilm nation..,
Wtm Owl Uhs Father! great wwmaml " Bo IVe !"
Awl tiwtf wb ffame for a ui In ItmTrii,
And taw mute Srptalm gnt tar atmnd,
Ami wrth' mt ilrVKe tittftM ritrn,
And Um wid MMioa' har Uw robw f (hut.
Awl M tha maadate at that wrirttjf A arc!
t'dl imllkc em ttw Wart sad Mali of ornei
Uw SrM 'i I'nuiliw'i pw HMftl
Awl tiw rut ewware touvUJ luk " Aiiid I"
11m mate la my rlttoe attown the lft )ear,
Tha nee af lb aagl t uw
Ih lmr with ttrt 4rit wb rutotb the jprri
Ttet dreto rtenrfty'i m.
1 JU Beat aU worfcU Crew Uw IntaMe Sua
FUwt ttte Word to aU aatare that br.
An It aaarelh a ak4b aU NHa4 ft ear,
Awt wfr hearts aU re-eat" lt 1're H
Kram tfca flaatiuis that wea with their attrr-rerlsed arrai
KM fatter Uw mmI Ib 1M itrr,
Kran ta tftwit that lark In Ut wtBa-eap'n rnl harm
like soa-taakiM far down ta tfc tr,
l'raat ta iloth that doth eat aal th vW that tear,
The itrMjrtfc and the intuit fiaw thee,
Albal a thelloo 444 forth foam hU Mr.
Is the of tbjr swahnod, " Ite Tree I"
ram tha irotfch aathttioa that hwrai thre to far
fer thy brother! erwhol ijarit a throne,
FiOta the tbtrttiagt far goal that tnmM learn tlx ta tear
Th warm brt UU it harieM to ttas;
Fram tha daaUiag clittrat that 'wiaaU drive thee afar
Kreea taw Natare all kindred to th,
Cerae fWrth. as from Sight eeme the Jtern' fp&lcn tar.
In hy betleeM eaae ami " Ite Free !"
1 free le the troth that esraet down from a bore
At gferjr llsirt dewn fu the ua,
And thawt Hie wide ualreno dirtttlDj In lore.
And Gtjd aad IlusuuMr oao.
A tnkit art theu is thy ameett of ofay.
The Heareai are epm to thee,
Aad aagett Vuk e (Are wUh eyet Mke the ilajr
LV. tMnc eyes, behold, and "lie i'rrer
lie Free la the tore tlut eternal pour frth
1'raea the tptrit't divtomt nebaad,
As the fnafteite ueeoa endrefci the eurth.
Let Ua MUowt Haataatty UmaL
With a heart ad a hand, a Mailt nad a tear,
AMI a htowis; tor all tiring that he,
la heaKtf atate en Umuh thy latyt wide tfhere,
Vtom earjr aad hatred "Ue Preef
O Tree hi the Strength that the Hera put en,
Wtmrn he tranplM tbe tlaaata Is Us wrath;
Let thy wKra rrjotee la the way thea kut pone,
Let the dSAgeeot iU down In thy itth.
And tUy net thj fuoUtepa, and theathe not thy brand,
THH lore reigneUt orer eoeh JabOsst land,
Atxl rneh lurteHn;t U)hut, and caeh hand Joint to hand.
And a rotee, Uke the reiee of the tea,
"It Is Hashed!" mpondt to the Father! commaml,
And the Carth, Uke the Hearen, U Free:
Josh Billings on. Things Generally.
Pleasure, like a hornet, generally ends
with a sttn.
The most dangerous characters in the
world are those who live in the subburbs ov
virtcw they are rotten ice.
Lazyness iz a good deal like money tho
more a man haz or it, the more he seems tew
There iz no such thing az inheriting virtew;
money and titles and lever sores kan be in
The virtews ov a convent are like hot-house
fruits tender but tasteless.
Life iz like a mountain after climbing up
one side and sliding down tho other, put up
When a man proves a literary failure, he
generally sets up for a critick, and like tho
fox in the fable, who ha1 lost his brush in a
trap, k&nt see a nice long tail without hank
ering tew bob it.
The devil owes ranch of his success tow the
fackt that he iz alwuz on hand.
There iz only one excuso for impudence,
and that iz ignorance.
Modest men, in trieing tew be impudent,
alwuz git sassy.
Keputashun iz like money the principal
iz ouen lost by putting it out at interest.
Jealousy iz nothing more than vanity, for
if we love another more than we do ourself,
we suant be jealous.
"Tharelz lots ov folks in "this world who,
rather than not find enny fault at all, wouldn't
hesitate tew say tew an angle worm that his
tail was altogether too long for tho rest of
Thare iz many who are kut out for smart
men, but who won t pay lor making up.
Envy iz an insult to a man's good sense
for envy iz tho pain we feel at the excellen
cies of others.
Lcgalizi.vo Unstamped Documents. The
navraentof the inmaltv to make valid an in
Etrument invalid, for being issued without a
stamp, renders the same valid to- all intents
and purposes as if stamped when made or
The penalty paid in such case is in tho na
ture of tho consideration, on the receipt of
which tlto Collector is authorized to do what
no one else can dor give vitality to the instru
This applies to receipts as well as contracts,
either party to which may have it made valid
by payment of tho x-ualty and stamped
If tho Secretary haa power to remit tho
penalty in such cases, he deems it expedient
to do so.
A oitv census, just completed, represents
the population of Chicago as a little over
240.000. an increase of 40,000 inco Novem
berj 18C0. The females aro slightly in the
, Bailwav Traffic or Chicago No less
less than seventi'-eight railway trains depart
from and eater Chicago daily.
I The llKACTiia or Nr.ono Hulk. Mr.
Sftmuel J. Tildeii, in a recent upecch before
tliu New York iX'tnocnttic convention, puts
tho ca'e very iwintetlly, tlntu:
If tlue 3.1100,000 of iiegroM elect twenty
Senators Htul ilfty KejiresenUtive,', they will
have ten times ai inucli iwcr in tho S"tmte
of the United SUte at tho ! ,000,000 whiten
in the SUte of Ntw York. On every ques
tion which concerns the commercial metrop
olisevery tiueation of trade, of finance, of
curroncv, of revenue and of taxation, these
3,000,000 of liberateil African !avos count
ton timo8 as much in the Senate as 1,000,000
of Now Yorker. One freodman will coun
terbalance thirteen white citizens of tho
Ktnpire State. These 3,000,000 blacks will
count ton times as much s 3,000,000 of white
twople in Pennsylvania ; ten times as much
as 2,225,000 or 2,500,000 in Illinois; ton
timos as much as 1,500.000 in Indiana. These
3,000,000 of blacks will have twico the rep
rosotitntion in the Senate, which will be xs
Mseied by flvo great commonwealths New
York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Illi
nois embracing 13,500,000 of our people.
The UsciiANor.Aiii.r, Land. Things do
not change in the Host. As Abraham pitched
Ills tent ill Bethel, so do an Arab sheik now
set up his camp j as David built his palnco
on Mount Zion, so would n Turkish pasha
now arrance his houso: in ovory street the
hairy children of Eotu may bo een, snuat-
ling on me grounu. uevounng u mess oi ten
tils, like that for which the rough, hunter
sold his birthright ; alone every nxul plod the
sous of Hechnb, whose fathers, thousands of
years ago, bound themselves and theirs to
Irink no more wine, plant no tree, enter witn-
no tloor: and their clnluren nave kept
the oath; at every khan young men around
the nan of parched corn dip tlieir morcel into
tho dish, job's plow is still used, and the
seal is still trodden into tho ground by asses
and kme; olives are shaken from tho boughs,
as directed by Isaiah ; and the grafting of
incbaneed xince the days ot fcaul. ilie
Tyrian house is still, as formerly, only a stone
tent as a temple was but a marble t-nt.
What is seen now in Hethanv inav be taken
as the exact house of Lazarus, where Mary
listened and Martha toiled, or as the house
of Simon, the leper, where tho precious box
of ointment was broken, and whence Judas
sot out to betray his Master. AU the Ytar
Tub Jewish Church. The Jewish Church
is every whore noted for its kindness to its
own paople. 1 1 is against Jewish principle
to allow any of their poor to come tifton the
public All the sick in poverty are cared
for, and provision is made for widows and
orpbanB. Eflicient societies, liberally provi
ded with funds, supply the poor with food,
help the old people as tby need and bury
tho dead, borne ot the free hospitals in ljon-
don have Jewish wards, but all the expenses
of those wards arc paid for from the treasu
ries of Jewish organizations. If any able
bodied persons arc out of employment and
need help, they roccive no gratuity, but are
accommodated with a temporary loan, and
the cases are said to bo rare in which these
debts are not fully paid.
Br-Liws. .Tones was, or believed ho was,
near his death, and the doctor calling, he
held a long and earnest conversation with
him about his chance ol life. "Why, man,"
saul the physician, "you are likely to die any
hour. Yon have been living for tbe last lit-
teen years without any constitution luntrs
gone, liver diseased, and all that sort of thing."
"iou don't mean to say," replied Jones, qucs
tioningly, "that a man can live fifteen years
without a constitution" "les, 1 do," re
toned tho doctor, "and yon are an example."
" 1 hen, doctor " and a bncht smile illumin
ated the pallid face of the doomed man ; "then.
doctor, I will go it ten years more on the by
laws," and he did.
A Pakadise. A writcrinPutnam's Month
ly Magazine, thus sums up the happy lot of
the Japanese :
"Take the Japanese as a whole, high and
low. rich and poor, they are the best fed, best
clad, best lodged, least overworked and most
genial and happy people on the face of the
Food is abundant and cheap imaginary
wants rare ; and thus temptation to crime are
Ies3 than with us, though the land is no Uto
There is no such thins as squalor to be
seen in Japan. In the nouse of tho very
poorest, a nitn avenue bene might sit upon
tne matted noor without soiling her dresa
The streets are admirably sewered : all offal
and garbage are removed for manure.
rrt . ... . -
xnero is no oigotry. xue ircopie are won
dcrfully open minded. There is no hatred
of Christianity as such ; only it is feared as
an engine to cause jiolitical chapge."
Who that fought for the old flag will stand
aloof from the Great Captain that bore it to
victory? Philaihlphia J'rm.
Every man who favors an economical ad
ministration of tho government, a reduction
of the burdens of taxation, the rights of the
States to control their own domestic affairs,
the restoration of the supremacy of the Con
stitution, a sound and safo currency, in equal
taxation, and an honest and equitable distri
bution of the burdens of tho government, to
all of which Gen. Grant, as the representa
tive of the Iladical party, stands opposed,
Dttrtrit Vtu Prets.
Mathijioniai. Trouble. An editor sars
that a man in New York got himself into
trouble by marrying two wives. A Western
editor rcrJiiw hy assuring a contemporary
that a good many men had done the same
thing by nutrrjiirg one. A Northern editor
reports that quite a number of his acquaint
ances found trouble enough by barely promis
ing to marry, without going any further.
Mr. Benjamin Oris, of San Francisco,
with a force of ten men, employees, left thi3
City on Wednesday, in company with Col.
Young, for tho Colorado river, whore ho
goes for the purpose of mining at El Dorado
canyon, sixty miles above Fort Mohave, Ari
zona. Lot Ajelts llejmUUxm, July 18.
The first 'bus in America was Columbus,
Yavajid County, Arizona. J
nllK UNDKHSIfiNKI). HAVING
JL recently tnken charge of tho above Jiii,
named liotme, would Inform lliejiconle of Arizona
and the trnvellng piibllo, Hint It It Ills Intention to
do everything' poelll to plenms and atlfy all
who i.ior mm witn unir tAiroiit;e.
1' O'.NKII.I,, l'roprlelor,
Wlckenburff, llarch i, IMW. uil4.
"MA (.NOLI A"
BEEWERY AND SALOON,
IIK UNDERSIGNED RESPECT- of
fullv informs tho miblic and his jr3
old friends, tint lie H now matmfitrttirlntr.
and kwiM couttantly on band, a superior quality of
In connection with the Hrcwery Is a flrst-cliws
liar, which is always supplied wlttt the Intel of
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
The patronage of the public Is eolleltod.
A. II. I'KEI'LBS, l'roprlelor.
Wlckenburg, March 12, ISttS. ml 1
, DI5ALUK IX .
Ciothhtj, J) ry-Goods,
D3T Sells cheaper than auy other merchant In
Central Arizona. no0 07.
STEAM SASH-DOOR, BLIND,
.... AND .. .
Montezuma Street, Preacott
RDERS for ALL KINDS or TURNED
Material, for Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads,
etc., promptly filled and scut to all parts of tbe
Territory. Chair, Tables and Iledsteads made to
order. AU kinds ot Uatrinel ork neatly executed.
Our Prices are llcsisonnMc.
S. E. liLAlIt,
rrcscott, February 21, 18C8.
CHIEF QUAETERMASTEE'S OFFICE
SUB-DISTRICT OF PRESCOTT,
FoitT Wiiii'ple, Arizona, )
July 25th, 1868.
O EALED PROPOSALS, IN DUPLICATE
yj will be received by tho undersigned, at
mis ouicc, until
Tuesday, Scntciiilicr 1, 1SGS,
at twelve o'clock, M., for supplying the United
At Fort "Whipple, Arizona Territory, with
Five Hundred (500) Tons or Shelled Corn or
Barley, of two thousand (2,000) pounds to
the ton, and Two Hundred (200) Tons of
Com Fodder, of two thousand (2,000) pouudi
to tue ton.
At Camp McPhersox, Arizona Territory
witli One Hundred (100) Tons of Shelled
Corn or P.arley, of two thousand (2,000)
pounds to the ton.
At Camp Lincoln, Arizona Territory, with
One Hundred (100) Tons of Shelled Corn or
jsariey, ot two thousand (2,U(JU) pounds to
Bid will be received for any part of the above
The Corn or Barley delivered must be of good
quality, well sacked, and subject to Inspection.
The parties to whom contracts may be awarded
will be required, within forty-eight (48) hours
after the acceptance of the bids, to gtre bonds
equal to fifty (CO) per cent, of the amount of the
contract, for the faithful performance of the
Each proposal must be accompanied with a
statement signed by tho persons offered by the
bidder as IiU eccuritlcs, stating their wllllnruA
to enter into bonds in case the contract eliould be
awarded to said bidder. In cae of Arms making
bids, each individual name mutt be written out.
Prices must be written as well a expressed in
figures. The oath of allegiance to tho United
States Government must accompany each pro
posal. The delivery of the grain to commence Immedi
ately after the approval of the contracts by the
District, Department and Division Commanders.
No contract shall be considered in force until it
shall have received the approval of tho District,
Department and Division Commanders.
Terms should be UUed in U. S. gold coin, or
the market value thereof lu currency, at dat or
Payment will be made In such ftiuds as may be
furnished by the United States for that purpose,
If on land. If not on hand, certlflud accounts
will bo given.
The Government reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
A copy of this advertisement (a slip cut from
this paper) must accomjiaiiy each proposal.
Proposal, to be enclosed In an envelope and
endorsed " Proposals for Barley, Corn, and Corn
Fodder, at Fort Whipple, Camp Lincoln and
Uttrnp Mcl'herson, A. T.," and directed to the
Bids will not bo considered unless the persons
making them aro present; nor from thone who
Lave heretofore failed to fulfill their contracts
with the Government.
E. D. BAKER,
Captain and A. Q. 5L U. 8. A., Chief Q. M. of
Sub-DHtrkt of ProKu'.t.
GEO. F. HOOPER & CO..
Snti rrnnoiflco nnd Tort Yuma, California.
Arizona City, Maricopa WcIIb, Sacn
ton, Swcot Wnt8r, and Camp
11 THOLK.8ALE AND 11KTA1L DEALEHS IN
Forwarding ai Commission Merchants.
We wish to call (lie attention of the public
generally, and Mhiiciiants, pmtletiUrly, to our
ftxtlltlos for Wholasalelng and Jobbing at Low
Wo keep constantly on lis i id, at
The Iirgmt ami Mot Gtneral State ttf UmJ
in the Territory, or in any me inmu
tmth o &m FramtUeo,
the Country Itr-
All of our goods are either Imported direct or
bought of dlrtfct importer. 11V ttiy nelMug frem
ttml hamh; thereby taring Urn San Franclseo
Jobber's profit, which Is am. wn ask to make.
"Lire and Let Live," U onr motto. Our terms
re CAbil, K.XCLUSi KU , ami, to it cash, we
are always In readiness to supply dealer", ranch
eroa and others, with goods, In Jobbing lou, at
TJuprecodentcdly Low Prices.
GEORGE F. HOOPER A CO.
Arizona City, November 30, ISO.
BLUMENTHAL & LANDSBERGER,
SAN FRANCISCO AUCTION HOUSE,
Arizona City, Arizona.
Wholesale and Bctail Dealors in
Musical Instruments, Books and Stationery,
uuns, l'tstois and ammunition, .Mining
and Farming Implements.
More Varieties than any other House in Arizona.
Arizona City, May 1 i, 1808. mySO
IN PKOI1ATE COUK'f
Estate of John Simmons, Deceased.
71J0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT,
in pursuance of an order of the Probate
Court of the County of Yavajml. In the Territory
oi Arizona, tnaue on the eleventh any or .May, A
D. 1MW. in the matter of the Estate of John Sim
mon, deceaaed, the nnderrigTR'tl, Administrator
of aid eatate, will (tell, by public auction, to the
highest and best bidder, lor cash, at the Court
House, In tbe town of Frtcott, nt ten o'clock
m., on SATURDAY, AUGUST Mb, A. D. lbtW, the
following property or the deceased, consisting of
300 foot in the Quartz Lode, MAZEFPA,
r-oo " "
.100 " " " " '
yX) " '
noo " " "
CM i. u
(XX) " " " " '
COO " "
All the above, by location.
300 feet lu the BENEDICT,
ACCIDENTAL, 2d Ext. Booth,
200 M "
"SO " "
S00 " "
tXX) " "
300 " "
COO " "
" " UNIO,
" " WABASH,
" BIO BUO, Extension,
" " MOUNTAIN CHIEF,
ONE RANCH CLAIM OF 100 ACRES,
Situated on Walnut Creek.
One AUXILIARY' CLAIM or ICQ Acres, adjoining
Mountaineer Quartz Lode.
Also, the following TOWN PROPERTY',
situate In the Town of Preecott-
Towu Lot No, 41 Block No. 17.
J 44 JJ
" 8 " " 4'
41 44 44 fl 44 44 4
Ono-lialf of lot No. 8. In block 20, with house.
Dated Prescott, Yavapai uountv,
A. T.. July 8d. lgfti
BENJAMIN BLOCK, Admlnl.trntor.
By JOHN HOWARD, Attorney. JylHt
(Inarlz Mountain Saw Mil!.
rpiIE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS
X called to tho fact that wc have renewed
facilities for the manufaclure of
All Kinds of Lumber,
for Building purposes, and for Mills and Mining.
V7T Come with your money, and we will ar
range the prlee according to the quality.
Terms, cash on delivery, payable In U. 8. gold
coin, or Its equivalent In aurreney.
Preseotl, September 17, 1607.
Arizona Stage Company,
Stages Leave La Paz every Saturn
Semi-Weekly Mull rcRiiiniiy iV
Uvccn Lit Paz ami Pri cr ,,!,
via VYirkciibiirg. 3
J. GOLDWATEIl, Agmt at Li p.,
""'"tctor and I'ronrL
Proscott, .June 10, 1W(8. ,0rrlrtor.
Hook and Job Printing Office.
Largest aM Most Goraslete Extent
...OP Tlin KIND....
Tun MiNnn olllcc Is well snpplird with I'msm.
prletora are determined to execute nil work .k
mwu iiiu uts iarureu ill Hie lltBtcitlnd )m
Work limv Ire orderrwl frnm in, -ru,.,
Territory, and, when accompanied wlfb H
it mi, i"; iiu44i(uij uiceuiuu aim Btui bj maiLw
PfTnOn vtnttllll? tin lliun,, fnr .VA..T.-
nAvrtaty nt- w.lt wnrl. ...... (V t. .
" PUBLISHERS ARIZONA MIXER,
Prescott, A. T."
SIXTH INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION,
Mechanics In stltute,
rrMIE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
JL. .Mechanics' Institute hereby give notice
that the Sixth Induttrinl ExhiWtionof that Atn
clatloti will bo held come time In Annt nt-Jt, la
a butldiiif; to be erected for the jwrpwe In Union
Square In this city. livery preparation will be
made to awomtnodnic exhibitors aad vWtors with
a view lo make the Exhibition proutaMe,uutrnr.
live and pieasant to all parties.
During the three Tears which hare intmcstd
since the hnldlii? of tho last ExhibttWa In tbfe
city the manufacturing, mechanical, MfieNtMeaad
iiM-fal and ornamental arts ltavc made SBprwr
d en ted progreM on tliU coast, and it U U&ttut
will exceed any other In value that has ever lata
held on tbe shores of the Pacific
The plan of building to l erected, wMeb tat
Iteeti adopted by the Board of Dircetotr. k
believed, will prove to bi-the ImmI adapted, UA
for iltsptoy and ronvenlence of the pubne, of tr
building ever crcctiNi in tlie SUte. Tlie Vuitataf
will be perfectly water-tight, being covered "si
a shingle roof, o that no damage from the tk
mcnts can le antloljted.
All urt!rs wiio arc Interested in any or ts
branches of Manufactures, Mechanics, or tbAn
and Sciences are Invited to exhibit Intbeprotwi
Exhibition, and to share in the publicity n4r
soqnent profit which always attends fnch tta
prises. Suitable premiums will be olterra, ut
the spertllc tlste of opening the Exhibition vi
be iKibMshod at nunc futu'u time.
By ordor of tho Board or DIrwtors,
JuCm3 HORACE U. DUNN, Cor. Sic'f.
PRIVATE MEDICAL AID.
Quick Cures and Moderate Chars-
Privato Medical and Surgicid Institatt.
SaeraoiMiio StreL below Monteumsn' (llM I
Mall Hl.m!ilp CmwHy' atUer). lUrate eBM -IjiilexlxriT
tr-t, JSan r-li. .
KtalHltnl exi-rmly to olTunl Ib alSktwl fw
utmiitk nmllml ahl In tho tmttmest t mrteiw
Priratc and Ch runic lUesa, ata d Scatej
I'atleaU (ninla r female) rt-iMlnff la sJTrt'f
State, atxl Trnitotif. bowpvrr ilkunt, ! J fz
the oplofco awl tutrtre rf IML DOIIKItTY ta 4wk
4tiT eaMt, aad wlw tblnl. j-rojwr to aitTZ
UlMiMTit of iiu-h in preferenen t bablta a lvn1Z,
tcrrtew. are rrMwctrtillr auHrl that thiir
Uom wUl U Ml mut aawJ. lilt DOIIBKTt
tttk aptwrtnMty if oWrrlajr Ibat all UVtnvt'l""
ami resiled Ui wily by Ulmteil, and the Utti a W'
ir Um m im ran awl r.IMIy awni, f-"i-.
iiHiltiHi will Iki UBturmn, a letratfti
rertewn and tbe trmprnl treWt ef tL'.
ilbHT tbe rwotdlcO wHI be li-rwarlfl lUatWJ
Ib t nanier u t'i mvy bo ld ft tbe porj'
Wlr or turant ft traaintittnL
tAsuttltatttta, by latter, or otberwt . Ircr'
I'maaaout cure gaaiaatl vt no iy. ., u n
rblc emUMlvlair bU own vieiri and eiInf?JV, M
tUm to Iinitur or VWHty, Mng ,aw3rt
eiTinaturria or Ketninal Wikne, rrou"" ')
I'tMllty ooiiiu"nt U.n tb!f Affetttoo, al "
TUi. Mttlc irwk Umi la&mtla uf b" . Tlx
to all, wlwlbi-r BtrkI at trW, a "Z. U
by maH on rrcelrl of Six CoW in V'i
rttuni.ta(;e. ,.,irtV. M- .