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. ITimNEYs AND COUNSELLORS
.iV AT LAW. R Kirns, 06, H7 and UN Tem
ple Block, third floor, Loa Angeles.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW, itooms 3 ami 1
Duoomnmn ■ Block, corner Main A
< omrnercfttl streets, Los Ani;eles. maj'7-ll
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wlss, California. ixj-tr—i
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Al TORNEY AND COUNSKL-
I.OR AT LAW.
MTRoom* 2 and 3, Allen's Building,
corner of spring and Temple sts. ulbif
• i nice and Residence—No. IfiFRANKLIN
Or. N. P. RICHARDBON,
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i. sidi nee. Fort Hill, I OfSce.No. I9DOW
: .ens Vn.la street. 1 ueyßlock.up stairs.
J. UANNON, M. J).,
i'« IUKTY PHYSICIAN.
. , ...Usui 11, i.AN FRANCO BLOCK.
1 \ liesklence Downey Avenue, East
1,-is Angeles, near the end of street rail
"VliVe hours from 10 to hi A. m.; from 1 to
j c. is. ap2U tf
Dr. Joseph Kurtz
Has removed ills office to No. 82 MAIN
STREET, over Dotter 4 lirudlcy's Furni
Ottos Hours—From 10 to 12, 4 lo 6 and 8
lo 9. Residence—Buena Vista street.
Dr. Chin Quong Zin,
OFFICE—Corner Los Angeles and Ar
DavCures all kinds of diseases.
Office hours from 9 to M a. m. und from
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. m . apSotf
A. Labonge, Chiropodist.
Having reoelved a diploma from Prot.
Wilms and Dr. Alterbach,of the Her)ln,
Prussia, Hospital, I can confidently offer
my services to the citizens of Los Angc
les for tbe removal of corns, bunions,
chlldblnlns and In growing nails by the
most approved solentido methods. No
knives used. Cupping and leeching also
Patients visited at their houses with
out extra charge. 821-lm
FRENCH DRUG BTOREI
Has been removed from SIGNOItET'S
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOKEIUN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
say-Prescriptions prepared with great
m& fashion mt
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses ami Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept constantly on
hand for the accommodation of the pub
llo. Horses Boarded tiy tbe day, week or
month at reasonable rates, i 'onveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at the shortest uotloe and upon as reas
onable terms as ut any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California,
jaattf WILSON A YOUNG, Prop's.
Los Angeles Daily Herald.
Han Francisco, Oct. 12 — Thi
ollowiug are tbe passengers by tbe
■ trainer Orizaba, which sailed to
lay ot 9 A. K.i
uilge A 0 Nil"-.. D R Beokford & wile,
■Ira Curtis, CFMansor,
tlrn A Ccx, John Boa-en .V wife,
Wheeljr 4 w i'o, A Wood, wife 6t child
I P Mansfield, O W hodgort,
diaries Carpenter, H T Psyue Si wife,
U Smith.wife A ch'ds Bennett,
( D Suapp, F McMullen,
I Craig, Capt Watson,
'Irs McDonu'd, ie t> Hughes,
i Corepa, A T Furgeson.
Mojavk, Oct. 12.—A Ranchell,
E X Luke, Chas Hulton, Mrs J
Hall mill family, Chas Bregar, X
Ilea, It Myers, *D Levy, P JDorgart,
B F Coulter.
ArrrM«-tl PtHT Kmiimllllk — Amnilm
RroUM IfMM'f Uei Out.
San Bckna Ventura, Oct. 12—
Information lias been received here
of the arrest this morning In Han
Josh of \V. T. Jones, on complaint
of Ihe Batik of Ventura. This In
stitution alleges that about four
years ago Jones came to this town
and succeeded in Inspiring confi
dence in himself to sucli an extent
that tlie bank cashed his checks on
Donohiie, Keliy & Co., of Han
FraDclscn, for four hundred dollars,
with which he disappeared. The
check was leltiitiid dishonored,
Jones having no funds in* that
bank. He will be brought here for
trial on a charge of obtaining
money under false pretenses.
The District Judge refuses to dis
charge Austin Brown, who is in
jail under au order of Justice
Carlton for contempt in refusing to
produce certain notes given him in
exchange for ills farm in theSespe.
Maty Frauels,-,, IMarkola.
Ban Francisco, Oct. 12.—Wheat
—dull and unchanged; choice mill
ing, $1,firstname.lastname@example.org; good shipping,
$165 Barley—brewing active,
$l.m@l 25; coast feed, 85@95e.
Corn—small yellow, $1.12J(5)1.15.
Oats—dull; California, $1 email@example.com.
Hay—steady; stock $7i(S>B}; stable,
$10@12. Rye—sl 15f«)l 30. Pota
toes—dull; Ctiffey Cove, $1 firstname.lastname@example.org;
other kinds, 75i'@$1.10.
■ lie linbt,. r nuraens— R..,i,.,„e- «.f
Ills! lit.Ne "nil <'•> |>, ii . c.
Stockton, Oct. 12.—Yesterday
chief detective Henderson, of Lon
don, and detective Pinkerton sue
eeepded in making the nrrest st
Niles, Alameda county, of Burgess,
the burglar who robbed the Bank
of England and kill - d Mc Will lama,
the assistant cashier. Burgess
murdered the hanker by s'riking
him on Ihe wrist with a ring in
which wtts tt lance that carried a
deadly poleon Into tho mini which
caused instant death. He (hen
took 2"i0,000 pounds sterling The
murder and rubbery occurred on
August 13th, 1877. Tub bur
glar,after the robbery, was I racked
by detectives through France
and Switzerland to Vienna
and London; thence to New York;
thence to San Francisco. He then
went to China, thence lo Australia
and back to Ban Francisco. On
July 3d Lord Beaconstield sent
word to Henderson that Burgess
had been seen in Australia. Hen
derson followed him to Australia
but was two late, as Burgess was
on his way to San Francifco. May
28th, 1878, the burglar registered
ai the Baldwin Hotel as S. O'Neil
and wife, of London. He then
went to Sacramento aud registered
at the hotel as Samuel Andrews,
of London. Tlie detectives here
lost all track of him for
several days, but by chance learn
ed that a woman of the town had
in her possession a curious Russian
coin, that inspired the detectives
with new hope. They found the
woman, obtained tbe coin and de
scription of the man who had
given it lo her, but be
had left for Stockton, where be re
mained (111 Aiw. 30th. They fol
lowed him to Niles, where he was
found witli a pair of blankets
strapped lo Ills back and ready to
start away. When confronted by the
detective be said, "Well, old man,
"you've got me at last" and gave
himself up. He had but $150, but
acknowledged his guilt and said
a greater part of the money
was burled in n spot
30 miles out of London. He was
taken to Sacramento in irons.
Thence ho will go direct to Lon
don. Burgess is a noted burg
lar, having been In prison
4 years on another charge. A re
ward of $250,000 was offered for his
capture. The detective traveled
22,000 miles before lie caught his
Tliernltiira'N PlaaiaireMa l,.d'n,«
Chicago, Oct. 12—A Timet'
special from Running Water, Neb.,
forty miles northeast of Camp
Sheridan, says that Thornburg's
command reached there on lite
Hltli, nnd that the expedition will
probably disband, having resulted
Iv an utter failure. The march
was through a country which is a
geographical blank. The wagon
tracks were abuudoued at Platte
river Sunday morning. Men took
two days rations on their backs and
started northward. At four o'clock
in the morning, towards White
Tall Creek, where tho scouts re
ported the savages encamped, a
dense fog prevailed, and before the
trail was struck tweuty miles had
been traversed in objectless detours
and the savages bail escaped. The
trail was fresh and the column
pushed on with scouts who proved
their Ignorance of the country hy
leading the commaud through an
Inaccessible couutry and losing the
trail. It wan finally discov
ered hy Thoruburg's staff
and the cavalry pressed on
at the hlgheßt possible speed.
On Saturday night the savages
were so closely pressed that twen
ty ponies were abandoned. Sun
day morning the men were iv the
saddle at daybreak, following tbe
trail that led toward tbe south.
Seventy five miles had been trav
eled without a drop of water by
Sunday noon, when the command
reached a small creek near North
LOS ANGELES. SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 13. 1878.
Colette River. The men were al
most unable to articulate from the
effects of thirst. i'lie wag
on train left in tbe rear
was attaaked by fiftacu Indians,
the guard repairing them till re
lieved by arrival of reinforcement*.
All the scouts who had boon en
gaged deserted tbe expedition and
Tbornburg could only push on In
a northerly direction in hopes of
striking (be trail. Camp was made
at night at the bead of tbe Blue
Water, thirty-five miles north of
the river. The rations for tbe men
and forage for the horses gave out
on Sunday and tbe men war*
compelled to breakfast on a
fiaah beef. On Sunday they
marched forty miles and struck tbe
great sand bills of Nebraska, sand
knee deep to the horses and carried
by wind in blinding cloud*. The
column marched 45 miles without
water and wltb no food save hard
tack and raw bacon. Tuesday they
struck Carleton's trail and followed
it, abandoning alt bones of Inter
cepting the Indiana.
forty miles and passed svafljTi tXMjM
made by Carleton's rue*. . fioeies
und men dropping out of Carleton's
column exhausted came strag
gling into camp near an alkali
lake utall hours during tlie night.
Wednesday morning tlie thouglit
that the whole cummaud would
perish in tbe sand was generally
discussed. New couriers were sent
forward and every effort was made
to relieve tlie increasing distress.
They succeeded at 3 o'clock in com
municating with Carleton, and an
hour later camped ou the head
waters of Snake river, where Carle
ton's relief met them. Tbe expe
tlon is a complete failure, so far as
the capture of i he renegade Indians
rive afiNhin* win*.
New York, Oct. 12 —Since the
discovery, September stb, or the
hody near Silver Lake, Staten
Island, the names of five missing
girls have been discovered through
the efforts of tbe police to solve
Outlawry lv Intllauw.
Evansville, Oct 12.—Monday
night seven negroes entered a
house of ill-fame at Mount Vernon,
eighteen miles distant, and by
threats and violence, succeeded iv
ravishing four while women. Four
of tlie negroes were arrested night
before last. Deputy Sheriff's Thorn
as anil Huyes we'it to tho residence
ot Dan Harrison, father of one of
tlie three missing ones, to make an
arrest of tlie son. Harrison resisted
entrance to tlie house and shot
Deputy Thomas, killing him In
stantly. Deputy Hayes shot the
old man, shattering Ins arm. The
news spread rapidly ami soon a
mob of several hundred men
surrounded tlie jail where
the old man Harrison had
been tukeu to keep company
with tlie four previously incarcer
ated. The crowd around the jail
increased iv proportions towards
night. The telegraph operator was
ruu out of the office, and at 9:30 p.
M. about one li limited men, iulong
black masks, proceeded to the jail.
At 1 o'clock they took the tour
pri.- oners arrested and hung them
in tlie jail yard. The old man Har
rison was cut to pieces and thrown
down a privy vault. After perpe
trating the horrible deed, the mob
Wni.l rn.lH Majura tl.irlluu »M«I
Chicago, Oct. 12—A dispatch
received tills morning from Major
Carlton, who, with Major Tliorn
burg, is in pursuit of fugitive
Cheyenues, is as follows: "Camp
on Niobrara Riv«.r, Oct. 10.—Col.
Thornburg struck my trail in the
Sand Hills, out of rations. Sent
bim ratioua yesterday and he
joined me to-day. By dividing
with him we will both have rations
sufficient to reach Camp Sheridan."
Tlie lahurrev.floia at New Caletluule:
Sydney, Oct. 12.—Advices from
New Caledonia state that the in
surectlou is spreading. Further
massacres of whites by natives bad
London, Oct. 12.—The Imperial
Ministry, which acts in commou
for Austria and Hungary, is confi
dent of a majority in the Austrian-
Hungarian delegations, to whom
alone it is accountable. The Bos
nian Mohammedan Boysore is
seeking permission to settle in
I'm,.lt* lv rt Liverpool Theatre.
Liverpool, Oct. 12.—1t Is stated
that there were between 4,000 and
5,000 persons in the Coliseum The
atre last night at tbe time of the
fatal panic. It appears that one of
the performers was singing a comic
sonu when a free tight commenced
in the pit. Tbe cry of Are was
raised and there was a general stam
pede for the box office entrance,
though there are said to have been
five other doors open for egress
of the audience. The police inside
and outside the theatre vainly en
deavored to control the frantic
crowd. Tbe structure of the the
atre at the point where the rush oc
curred is intricate and tbe
exits conveyed into a narrow
hall, and it was In
this hall that the mi (local ions
took place nnd the dead were piled
six or seven bodies deep. An up
light partition In the centre of the
doorway stopped the passage till
one of the men attached to the
theatre cut It away, enabling some
of the in,piUnned people to escape.
Tbe greatest excitement prevailed
outside the theatre. The Art- engines
and fire escape arrived and tbe
firemen, joining the police, entered
the building to reassure tbe people.
The manager of the theatre on the
firs', alarm rushed Into tbe pit and
shouted to the people to remain
quiet, but all his efforts were inef
fectual, until tbe theatre bad been
nearly cleared. The dead and In
jured wero carried to tbe Royal
Infirmary; two of the dead were
women, three were boys and thirty
Drowued In Italy.
London, Oot. 12.—Seventeen
pertoua were drowned at Uarteroig
lia and Milleairrjo, in northern
Italy, by the overflow of JJorniida
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Having purchased tho picture and entire picture-framing business of the late
firm of Upham 4 Rae, and added the same to our own extensive stock, we are now
prepared to make FRAMES che iper than ever. We keep constantly on hand a
large and varied stock of MOULDINGS ol every style and finish, and guarantee
our work to be or the very best description. Also, a fine assortment of ENGRAV
INGS, PHOTOGRAPHS, etc Bring In your PICTURES and have them framed
or a small sum. FRAMES of all styles constantly on hand, together with our
urge and varied stock of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
SO-BABY CARRIAGES AT LOW PRICES.-»
Just received, MME. DEMORE9T-S FALL PATTERNS. All the latest New
York and Paris stylos. Catalogues mailed free to any address.
•STDon't forget the place, at tbe
DOLLAR STORE, No. 25 Spring Street,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
.mi F. J. CILLMORE. Proprietor.
DRY GOODS BUSINESS.
875,000 WORTH OF GOODS *
TO BE SOLD AT
Less Tliaii Cost,
—-To Retire from Bualness.
Prices no object. Come and examine my stock, and
satisfy yourself. NO HUMBUG. Great reduction in
prices at wholesale.
HELLMAN BLOCK, cor. Los Angeles & Commercial Sts.
South California Pork Market,
No. 17 MAIN STREET,
Will furnish customers with none but
flrst-claas Meals, Sausages, Head-Cheese,
Pates oral) kinds, Ham, Bacon, Poultry.
Kg«s, Cheese and Butter. Shop open
, from 6a. sf. to »\ r. sf. Meats delivered
1 to all parts of the olty free. *M
Montana Meat Market.
FHtBLI NUF.K & FRANK, #MtV
The best and tenderest Meats* Hi.
In the market. Nona but tbe WadsK
Prlmeat Beef and Mutton
rrer to be found. Note the address—Mon
tana Meat Market. Main street, near
lint. Loa Anselea
# NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Now being erected by the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, on Tempi* *tr**t,
Loa Angelea City, 1400 feet from the junction of Spring and Malu streets, which ls 4
considered tbe oeuter of business.
■The Pavilion lot has a frontage of 200 foot on Temple street and extends back lo Sand street, a depth of 310 feet. The atovs
out represents tbe Temple street iront. The baud street front ls reached by easy grade, wltb no stairs. The Pay loa so aetata
of a main hall, two stories high, wlthalroutugeoi 76 feet, hy a depth of 13ifoel, with an annex 39x60 fact In tna rear, to k*
devoted to tho purposes of a stago. and annexes on each side 50x50 feat, two s orles In height, one to be devoted to tna per- 1
poses of a Machinery Hall and the other to au ArtGaliery. In the angles, In iront of these annexes, one story apartment*
will be constructed4ox32 feet each, which win be 112x76 feet, and, with the extonsive galleries, will have .aseatu.g «a..aclty ol
4.000. Tho Pavilion complete presents a frontageoi 176 leet by a depth of 161. The main central ball la now beiug built, ua
th.. wings will be added as soon as the finances of the Society will permit. The Directors Intend 19 build only ao far a* la*/
can pay. and are firmly resolved to Incur no indebtedness.
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY |
WILL BE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION.
DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1878.
All Premiums will be paid in coin except when otherwise specified. Liberal Premiums are bolng offered in the toUenlnej
dep.rtnun s; Fliai-Agilcultu'al Impleme ts, Vehicles, etc. Scond—Textile Fabrics arid materials trom whiohtaey a**
made. Third—Mi clianical Pn ducts, Musical Instruments, etc. Fourth—Agricultural Produots, Flowers, ato. Finn—nana,
f rult Trees. Raisins, Wines and Brandies. Mstt—Fine Arts. . , ~. . , _. l
LOCAL DEI'AKTMENTS.—In order ogive each locality exhibiting products at the Fair ample credit for their jrodnetlon*.
each lown, neighborhood or school district applying for space will be ullowed a department of It* own, which wll. be pro parly
designated, and will be as la.ge as ls consistent wliE the cap iolty of the Hall and the applications for apace.
I his Is tho lamest Hall sjuth of Sen Francisco iv Hits State, and the prospects are good that the spsrpaohlnc Fair will Be
the largest ever held In Southern California, iheOentral Pacific Ra.lroad Company will transport all aiif.itasexilbit.il at
'he salrover their respective routes FkKK •>F CH VRGE. freight being paid on them to the hair will be rstuirnßtr~B».jaj*>
shipment by the same owner and exhibition < f cenlflcate of S, cretary that the Same has been exhibited. Wil s, r'arguia.
Co.'s Express Co. will oarry free oi charge nil arlicl -s sent to the Fair lor ex dhltloii not exceeding ten pounds In welxut. Ar
rangements are hoing made with Ihe steamship Company to carry freight aud passmgers at the usual reductions, paruculaia
of which will be published as s<s>n as definite arrangements are completed „.
EXCU KSION 1 RAINS are being organized on Ml the roads centering at los Augeles. These trains will carry paasenger* as
and from Los Angeles at loss ihan half Hie regular rates, aud ample time will bo given exourslonli ts to visit the Fair and as
amlne the city and couuty. Tho excursion train from tne north will siart trom Han Frauoisco. Particulars In regard.to tb*
running of these trains will be made public >n an early day. , ~, „ ~. , . .
The Society will havb In lis Pavilion ibis year more space than any Fair ever before held In Southern California, and yet lb*
applications for space are somuch greater than fver before that those desiring to exhibit should lose no tlms In maalagapt
plications forspace to tho Superintendent. Towns and neighborhoods should take sleps at onoe to secure a ereditaul" rapre
sentatlon of their respective localities, iso charge ls made forspaces or entries. Each exhibitor must hold, however, a a—
son Ticket, which will cost ifiree dollars. Piemlum List and Rules and Regulations sent free on application to tna (secretary.
The Pavilion will be completed in time lor lioldlug ot Fair at the day advertised.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary. J. DeBARTH SHORB, President.
fiOtd M. H. KIMBALL, Superintendent
Dry Goods and Fancy Goods.
DILLON & KENEALY
Beg to inform tlieir patron* an t tb*publlo that they are now receiving
tbe LARGEST and CHOICEST stock of DRY GOODS anil FANCY
GOODS ever imported to Los Angeles. Our buyers in New York and
Europe have purchased Ibe LATEST and MO*T STYLISH goods
manufactured at unprecedentetlly low prices, We are therefore ena
bled to offer goods lv tlie following ilt*partm«tili at
Extraordinarily Reduced Prices:
Black and Colored Silks, in all the new shades, Shawls,
Dress Goods in every Style and Variety,
Hosiery, Embroideries, Fancy Goods, Ladies' and Gents'
Furnishing Goods, Reduced!
Flannels, Blankets, Quilts, Towels, Napkins, Waterproofs,
Cassimeres, All Reduced!
Prints, Muslins and Sheetings, Bleached and Unbleached,
Reduced Below Manufacturers' Cost!
A Special Line of Best Brands Ginghams and Yard-wide
A. MAGNIFICENT STOCK. OF
Ladies' Fall and Winter Cloaks.
DILLON & KENEALY,
THE OLDEST AUCTIONEER NOW
lv buslnesa lv southern California.
Corner of SPRING! and MARKET atraeti.
W. H. NORTHCRAFT
Has been engaged in the business of
Auotioneering and otber branches at
trade for 25 years, and feela warranted la
saying that he can give satisfaction ta
any business entrusted to his care.
mw CASH paid for Houaebold and
Kitchen Kurnltuia, Horses, Wagons and
Buggies aud all other articles of valua,
REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY.
Will RENT HOUSES and furauUi
household and farm help.
aar*Advances made on consignment*.
Commissions on money loaned, ona par
PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE
of Loa Angelea City and County.
First State, County and City Lleense
taken out Oct. Ist, 18W, aud kept up
uninterrupted to tba present data.
33. W. IsTOYEJS,
: With J. G. De Turk, No. 1 MARKET ST..
tyro doom Hbove Welli, Itmrgo A
Regular Rale Pays for horiM, car
riage**, furniture, etc . W t-dnehdaya and
Saturdays from 10 «iv'o«k a. v to 4
o'clock r. m. Cash h Ivhuc's mad* «m
consignment*. Cn*h paid mr all kinaa
of good 8, ware* and me.citan<H*e. riiargM
on tbe "live and let l*t live" tM*|t.
N. B.—No real estate aold cxoept by
auction. Charges on real t-«i-ue sale*
one per cent.
E. W. NOYE3, Auctlmear,
Anil General Business Manager f .r J. Q.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
Largest Stock of Auction Good.
IN THE CITY.
HI. JRj. BROWIT,
Auction and Commission Ms sell not,
Two doors east of old stand, on Ooart SR.,
South of Court Houaa.
e«" Regular Salea on Saturdays. Una •
a. n. till 4p. at. Spsclal aalea mast* ai
any time or place. Cash paid tar all
kinds ol goods.
Reference, by permission: R. K. fly da.
President Bank of Vlsalla: E. F Spans*,
Cashier Commercial Bank, f. A.
aistr H. R. BROWN, Auctioneer.
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased the stack anal Ix*
tures of the well known Jewelry store of
J Mr. T. W. Slaokpule, adding tbenala •
large and entirely new assortment of
goods,wear*ar* prepared to shew U.a
cltlsensof Loa Angelea and vicinity oaa
of tbe finest and beat selected stocks aa>
be found in the State, wniua will bwaoM
at tha lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be In reeetpt af al I
the latest noveltlea in watches, ebalna.
Jewelry,etc., to whleb tbealtaaUoa oi
the public Is especially invited.
In spectacles we bava a larf* and vs.
rled assortment, and ara tha SMlnelTa
sgentß In Southern California of tbe eal
e,.rated Later us A Mortis parfhttrd apwr
tacles, which wa claim an tha anas I In
Mr. Stackpole will remain laoareaa
ploy, bavtng exclusive nontral of tfca
wnik department, and, as baretutajk. ea
paolal attention will be given la lata tm
pairing of Una watahaa and Jewalry.
We shall be happy ta ae* all aar aw*
friends and tba P^°"£aUanje. j^jj-^
Jyatf tH *pHag luwt.