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OREAT SALE OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY 4 SILVER-WARE.
OJfS MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH
TO C DIKPOSCD AT
ONE COLLAR EACH !
without mmqm.v tu vaUj,
Net to be paid for until you knew what yon
are to receive !
BY A. H. ROWEN & CO.,
(AgeaU for the Manufacturers,)
jlo. SO Beeksoan Street Ktir York.
av Read the following list of Articles -Cf
to be told for o solllAB each.
300 Gold Hunting Case Watches
fresa 1100 to 160
SM Gold Watebes, various styles
from 76 to 100
200 Ladles Gold Watches 50
200 Silver Hunting Case Lever Watches
from 35 to 60
00 Silver Hasting Oaae Lepine Watche?
from SB to 46
00 Gold CompoMt Hunting Watches
from 25 to 50
90 Mute Boxes, Shall and Rosewood
Cases 20 to 75
aWXlegent Silver PlaUd Coffee and Tea
Urns 20 to 50
1,000 Elegant Silver Plated Gator Stand
from 20 to 49
1,000 Elegant Silver Plated Fruit and Cake
Basket! 20 to 50
1,000 Elegant Silver Plated Batter Dishes
from 15 to 25
1,000 Elegant Silvu Plated Ice Pitcher
from 20 to 80
1,500 Silver Plated Salt Stands 8 to 15
1.500 Silver Plated Goblets, Engraved and
Plain 5 to 12
4,000 Silver Plated Cups, Gold Lined and
ngraved 10 to 20
1,000 Silver Plated Call Bells 6 to 12
,000 Sets Silver Plated Table Forks, half
dozen 8 to IS
5,000 Pair Silver Plated Table Spoons
from 5 to 10
10,000 Sets Silver Plated Tea Spoons, half
doien 8 to 12
1,000 Pair Silver Plated Butter Knives
from 5 to 10
4,000 SHver Plated Jtapklu Riags, very
handsome 6 to 10
5,000 California diamond Cluster setts
Ladies jewelry 10 to 25
1,000 Crazilllan pebbles, setts ladies jewelry
from 10 to 25
7,000 Setts ladies jewelry, assorted i to 10
4,000 Pair crystal pendant Ear drops
from 8 to 20
4,000 Minature and enameled revolving
Pins 8 to 15
. 4,000 Enameled and pearl Rroecnes, very
handsome 4 to 12
2100 Ladies California diamond Cluster
pins 8 to 15
3,000 Gent1! California diamond pins
from 5 to 10
1,000 Gent's pins, sat with oae stone or
brilliant 5 to 10
4,000 Gent's scarf pins, assorted styles
from 4 U 15
4.000 Oval Band braoalaU, tnely chased
from 10 to 20
4,000 Pair Gent's sleeve buttons, new anal
rich stylos " 4 to 10
4,000 Piir Ladies sleeva buttons 5 to 10
5,000 California diamond duster rings
from 10 to 20
4.000 Gold thimbles, pencils, & 5 t 15
10,000 Gold lockets, richly engraved 4 to 10
4.000 Plain and chased gold rings 4 to 1 0
40.000 Shield and signet rings 4 to 10
2.400 Belt bncklej. Gold jet and gold and
vulcanite 4 to 10
-2,500 Gold lockets, ngraved backs, watch
4,000 Large new style rlags, set with
brilliants 5 to 10
-3,000 Ladies chatelaine shalna and pins
from 4 to 28
2 500 Gents heavy guard chains 12 to 80
7,800 Gent's vest chains, large assortment
from 5 to 25
1,000 Splendid steal engravings 5 to 10
1.000 Elegant bronze mantel elocka 25 to CO
10,000 Gold pent, silver extension holder
and pencil 4 to 8
10,000 Gold pens, and silver mounted
bony holders 8 to 8
4.000 Gold peas and gold extension
holders 15 to 25
5,000 Ebony gold mounted spiral pencils
lrom 4 to 10
Each and every article in the above list is
lepresented by a certificate. These are
placed in similar envelopes and scaled. Any
person obtaining a certificate, to be had at
ar office, or sent by mail to any address,
will know what they may have for One
We charge for sending certificates, paying
postage auc doing the business, 25 cents
ach. Five will be sent for J 1.00 ; EleveD
for $2.00 ; Thirty for $3.00; Sixty-flve for
(10.00, and one hundred for $15.00.
Any parson receiving a certificate for an
article they may not desire, can exchange
for any other article in our list of the f ime
value. By this mtlhod we are enabled to
farnih the public with selections from a
rich and varied stock of poods at a nominal
price, while all have a chance for securing
articles of the very highest value. We
warrant every article as represented or
snoney refunded. We solicit parties who
have been unfairly dealt with by imitators
to give us a fair trial before passing judg
ment. AG ENTS. Liberal commission and val
uable premiums, consisting of watches, Ac,
given to Agents.
Address all orders to A. H. ROWEN & CO.,
88 Beekmau Street, New York.
Oct. 25. 1866-3mo.
STRAYED from the residence of the sub
. aeriber, residing one mile from Cheat
Springs, about the middle of Slay last, four
yearling cattle, one heifer, black on the sides
and white back and small straight-up horns,
a steer, an iron-gray, broad durham horns,
a steer, light brindle. with a few white spots,
a smaller heifer, light brindle, with some
black, not maked. Any person giving in
formation to the subscriber will be liberally
rewarded. MICHAEL DURBIN.
Oct. 26, 186-8t
The Mysterv, by Mrs. Wood. The Heir
ess of Bellefor.L By E. Bennett.
William A'.'.air, By Mrs. IL Wood. CoK
eje Life, By F. H. Fanor. North Facific
Exploring Expedition, By A- H. Harbers
aa. T sale Vrr
W. H. SECHLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, and PRACTICAL
SURVEYOR, Ebensburg, Pa., office in
the Commissioners office. Dec. 7, 1865.-tf.
WILLI A3I KITTELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office in Colonade Row, Centre street.
Dec. 4, 1864.-tf.
F. P. TIEKNEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Eberuburg, Pa.
Office in Colonade Row.
April 5, 1865-tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg. Pa.
Office on Centre street, opposite Moore's
Hotel. Apr. 26, 1866-tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Eberuburg Pa.
Office ou High street, adjoining his resi
dence. May 4, 1835. (l-42.)
GEORGE M. REED,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ebensburg, Pa.
Office on Main street, three doors East
of Julias. May 4, 1865.
GEORGE W. O ATM AN,
iTTORNEY AT LAW, Ebensburg, Pa.
Office in Colonade Row, Centre street.
November 23, lS65.-tf. (1.87.)
F. A. SHOEMAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Eberuburg, Pa.
Office on High street, one door East of the
Banking House of Lloyd & Co.
December 7, 1865. (tf.)
CYRUS L. PERSHING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Johnstown, Pa.
Office ou Main street, second floor over
the Bank. May 4, 1865.-tf.
JAMES C. EASLY,
Carrolltown, Cambria County, Panna.
Collections promptly attended to.
Aug. 23, 1866-ly
. X. JOHNSTON, J. . 80A5LA.
JOHNSTON & SCANLAN,
Attorneys at Law,
Ebensburg, Cambria as.. Pa.
Office opposite the Court House.
Ebensburg, Nov. 15, 1866-tf
R. J. LLOYD,
SUCCESSOR to R. S. Bush. Dealer in
DRUGS. MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
Store on Main street, opposite the "Moore
Housa, Ebensburg, Pa, May 17, '66.tfL
V. S. BARKER,
1ETAIL DEALER, in Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Groceries, &c ; keeps
constantly on hand a gensr&l assortment.
Store on High street, Ebensburg, Pa.
Sept 28, 1865.
LORETTO, CAMBRIA CLfJNTT, PA.,
THOMAS CALLEN. Proprietor.
ftIS house is now open for the accommo
dation of the public. Aeomodations
as good as the country will cHord, and
charges moderate. May 81, 1866.-tf.
DR. D. W. EVANS,
TENDERS his professional services to the
citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity.
Office one door east of R. Davis' store.
Night calls made at his residence three doors
west of R. Evans cabinet ware room.
May 81, 1865-6m
J. C. WILSON, M. D.,
OFFERS his services as PHYSICIAN and
SURGEON, to the citizens of Ebensburg
and surrounding country. Office three doors
East of the Presbyterian Church, in the
room formerly occupied by Dr. Jones.
EbenEburg, April 12, 18G6.3m..
S. BELFOUD, DENTIST,
CONTINUES to visit Ebensburg personally
on the 4th Monday of each month.
During his absence Lewis N. Snyder, who
studied with the Doctor, will remain in the
office and attend to all business entrusted to
June 7, 1806.
BANKERS. Ebensburg, Pa. Gold. Silver,
Government Bonds, and other securities,
bought and sold. Interest allowed on time
deposits. Collections made on all accessible
points in the United States, and a General
Banking business transacted.
March 1, 1866.tf.
FBENSBURG, Pa., JOHN A. BLAIR,
U Propietor, spares no pains to render this
hotel worthy of a continuation of the liberal
patronage it has heretofore received. His
table will always be furnished with the
best the market affords; his bar with the
best ct liquors His stable is large, and will
be attended by an attentive and obliging
hostler. June 4, 1866.-tf.
1866. PHILADELPHIA. 1866.
HOWELL & BOURKE,
Corner FOURTH & MARKET Streets.
N. B. Always in Store, a Largn Stock of
LINEN & OIL SHADF.S.
March 1, lS66.Su.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
THE STORE HOUSE and DWELLING
HOUSE situate in Chest township, Cam
bria county, formerly occupied by JOSEPH
GILL, together with ONE ACRE of LAND,
in a good state of cultivation and well sup
plied with choice fruit, is offered for sale.
The buildings are good ; the property is
in an excellent location for mercantile or
other business, and is offered at a very low
price. Possession given immediately.
For further information inquire of or ad
dress JOHN G. GILL, at Glen Connell.
convenient to the premises, who is authori
zed to sell the Banjo.
x . JOSEPH CULL.
May tl, 1866.4.
JOUKSTOTTN PA. 7
ALL KIDS OF. CHAIRS,
such as common Winsor Chairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bustle Chairs, Rim
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EVERY SIZE
SPRING SEAT I II! IKS
Settees, LoungesT'&c., &c.
of every description and of latest
ST FEES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT THE
Tastes of all.
Thankful for past favors, he respect
fully kolicits a liberal share of public patron
age. Clinton Street, Johnstown Cambria
Co. Pa. (August 16.1866.
wmmi & mam
KONIGSBUBG, PRUSSIA, 1868,
IN COMPETITION WITH ALL the lead
I ing Sewing Machines in EUROPE AND
AMERICA, and the United States Agricul
tural Association ; Metropolitan Mechanics'
Institute, Washington ; Franklin Institute,
Philadelphia; Mechanics Aesociat:on,Boston;
American Institute, New York ; Maryland
Institute, Baltimore; Mecbf-sics Association,
Cincinnati ; Kentucky Iae.itute, Louisville ;
Mechanics Insitute, Sun .'raneico and r.t
EVERY STATE AND COUNTY FAIR
WHERE EXKIBI JED THIS SEASON.
Upwards of 200,000 of these Machines
HAVE ALP.EADk BEEN SOLD,
a fact that creaks loa kr than words of the
success and popularity of Whetlek & Wu
son's Fa kilt
LOCK STiTClJ m Mill.
lite Cheapest Machine -.n i7.c World,
Because it is the Best.
Every Machine Wan anftd For Three Years.
Customers Risk Nothing in Purchasing.
Always happy to Exhibit and Expl&in them.
CT'CircularSj containing an explanation
of the Machine, with testimonials from ladies
of the highest social standing, given on ap
plication, either in person or by mail.
WM. SUMNER &L CO.,
Agents for the Western Slates and Western
Principal office and Wholesale Emporium :
No. 27 Fifth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
July 20, 1SC5.
KEROSENE AND GAS STOVES.
TEA AND COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE
POTS, OIL CANS, &c, &c.
CO" All the cooking for a -CO
CO- family may be done with -CQ
CO- Kerosene Oil. or Gas, -tf
CO- with less trouble, and at -C3
CO- less expense.than by any -CQ
CO- othtr fuel.
Each Article manufactured by this Com
pany is guaranteed to perform all that is
claimed for it.
CO- Send for a Circular. -Q
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
KEROSENE LAMP HEATER CO.,
206 PEARL STREET, N. Y.
1 rnfl PER YEAR! We want Agents eve
Dl.dUU rywhere to sell our IMPROVED $20
Sewing Machines. Three new kinds. Un
der and upper feed. Sent on trial. War
ranted five years. Above salary or large
commissions paid. The Ojily machines
sold in the United States for less than 140
which are fuUy licensed by Howe, Wheeler
Sjr Wilson. Grocer a Baler, Singer Co.,
and Bachelder. All other cheap machines
are infringements and the seller or user are
liable to arrest, fine and imprisonment.
Illustrated circulars sent free. Adoreas,
or call upon Shaw & Clark, at Biddeford,
Maine, or Chicago, 111. May 81. 1866-ly.
WANTED. AGENTS $75 to $200 PER
ff MONTH for gentlemen, and $35 to $75
for ladios. everywhere, to introduce the Cel
ebrated Common Senee Family Sewing Ma
chine, improved and perfected. It wilfhem,
fell, stitch, quilt, bind, braid and embroider
beautifully. Price only $20, making the
elastic lock stitch, and fully warranted for
three years. We pay the above wages or a
commission, from which twice that amount
can be made. Address with stamp, or call
on C. BOWERS & CO Sl
265 South FIFTH street, Philadelphia Pa.
All letters answered nrnmntlv with I
lrs and terms. M&v 81, 1865.-41. 1
Great Improvement In Sevrlog
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE.
PATKNTED FEB. 14, 1860.
Salesrooms, . "J 7
' J 250 W ashing ton St., Boston.
THIS MACHINE is constructed on en
tirely nw principles of mechanism, possess
ing many rare and valuable improvements,
having been examined by the most profound
experts, e nd pronounced to be
Simplicity ana tferjecUon Combined.
It has a straight needle, perpendicular
action, makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE
STITCH, which will neither RIP nor
RAVEL, and is alike on both sides ; performs
perfect sewing on every description of
material, from Leather to the finest Nansook
muslin, w .cotton, linen or silk thread,
from the rj;at to the finest number.
Having neHt. CAM or COG WHEEL, and
the least potable friction, it runs as smooth
as glass, and Is
Emphatically a Noiseless Machine.
It reoaires FIFTY TER CENT, less
power to drive it than any other machine in
market. A girl twelve years of nge can
work it steadily, without fatigue or injurv
Its strength and won derful simplicity of
construction renders it almost impossible to
get out of order, and. is GUARANTEED
by the company to give entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invi te all those who may
desire to supply themselves with a superior
article, to come and examine thi3 UNRI
VALLED MACHINE .
But in a more especial manner do we
solicit tbe patronage of
Hoop Skirt Manufac
Shirt and Bosom
Vest and Pantaloon
One half hour's inst ruction is sufficient to
enabla any person to rork this Machine to
their entire satisfaction.
AgenU wanted for all t3wns In the United
States, where agencies are not already
established. Also for Cuba, Mexico, Central
and South Am?rics, to whom a liberal
discount will be given.
J. T. Mc ARTHUR & CO.,
536 Broiid way, New York.
D. 00. 250 Washington St., Boetoa,
October 12, J865.
WILLIAM PALI VI ER, Proprietor.
Cambria Co unty, Penna.
The Proprietor ris pectfully announces to
his friends and the p' ablic generally, that he
baa lea ted and taken possession of this com
modioas Hotel. He hopes to make it one of
the most desirable p laces for strangers and
others to stop, that, can be found in any
HIS TABLE vrill at all times be spread
with the luxuries and substantial of the
HIS CHAMBFIIIS are large, and fitted up
with a view to 'promote the comfort of his
HIS BAR wiill be well supplied with a
large and choic e selection of the very best
HIS STABLE: will always be provided
with good, whclrisome provender for stock,
and careful host lers.
No pains will be spared to render entire
satisfaction to all his guests ; and, pledging
himself to endsivor to please all, solicits a
liberal share of public patronage.
August 23, 166-ly
U. C TOUNCk, !. x HOLS.
YOUNG & HOLMES,
Wholesale Dealers and Importers of
Foreign and American Liquors,
BOURBON & RYE WHISKIES,
AND LONDON DOCK UINS,
No. 34 Hast Second Street.
DO- Agents for Dr. Holmes' Celebrated
Aug. 16, 1866-Cm.
A. M'FADDON & BROTnU!RS.
OLD BRICK WAREHOUSE,
Dealers in all kinds of
MACKEREL, CORN MEAL,
CODFISH, NAILS & IRON.
LEAD & OILS.
All of which are sold low for cash.
Hollidaysburg, May 31, 1865-tf
Main street, between Franklin and Clinton,
North side, JOHNSTOWN, PA.
BAS constantly on hand a large and well
selected stock of seasonable
DRY BOOBS AN UK
His 6tock conists of almost every article
usually kept in a retail store, all of which
have been selected with care and are offered
at prices which cannot fail to prove satisfac
tory. Call and examine for yourselves
Nov. 16, 1865.6m. H. WALTERS.
No 620 Arch st..
Has a Iaree stock of fin
WATCHES. JEWELRY. SILVER-W RE
t & SILVER PLATED WARE.
Suitable for Holiday and Bridal Presents!
DtT" Reader give him a call !
November 8, 1866-2m.
DURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD, Pre
1 ferred bv all nnrtlpai Pmt... t ,
and you will have no other. Manufacture
only by ZIEGLER & SMITfT
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers
No. 187 North THIRD Street, '
February , l86f.lTr - .
1868. PROSPECTUS 1866
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WELSH ft R0B3.
480 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
ber announces to the public, that he has
repurchased the Ebensburg Foundry and is
prepared to furnish his formrr customers
and all others with every description of cast
ings usually manufactured at a .country es
tablishment. He will always Veep on band
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tern. PLOW POINTS, THRESHING
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fE are now selling Exchange (at New Yoik
England, Ireland, Scotland,
Wales, Germany, Pruseia,
Austria, Bavaria, Wurtemberg,
Baden, Ilesen, Saxonv,
Hanover, Belgium, Fwitze'rland,
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, KERR & CO.
Altoona, March 1, 1866. iy
CAMBRI A HOUSE,
BAYING purchased this well known estab
lishment and thoroughly refitted it, I
take this method of informing my friends,
and the public generally, that no pains will
be spared to render satisfaction to all who
may favor me with their patronage.
My TABLE will be furnished with the
best the market affords ; and at the BAR
may be found the choicest liquors.
The STABLE will be attended by an
obliging hostler. Thankful for past patron
age, I solicit a continuance of the r ame
August 16, 1866.
AT THE PENNA RALROAD DEPOT
MEALS READY ON THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAINS.
J. H. CLARK & CO., Proprietors.
Sept. 23, 18C3. tf
BALLAGHER'S MAGICAL HAIR OIL,
and VEGATABLE OIL SOAP, for sale
at the Book Store of
Feb. 32, 186. JAMIS MURRAY.
Tm rSPAeL.,a,nd.Shet-lrnn W
FRANK v. HAY 1
coiiManuy on hand a lar
A ment of Sugar Kettles, Lrass 0rV'
Kettles, Tin-Ware; all kinds of "O
' ' ' u "J" ainnea Iron tt'
Copper Ware made to order. Sad T
Smoothing Iron?. Zinc Washboard. 04
COOKING AND HEATINGiSTOr
offcvery Pittsburgh or PLiladeWla
. j yiucur! c
days notice. '
ODD PLATES and GRATES L? c.
always on hand.
SPOUTING, Miner?s Lamps Oi r
FRUIT CANS and Powder RcS .
sizes, constant'v on hand. " 1
COFFEE MILLS, Toasting Fcrb fW
Broilers, Jelly Cake Moulds, TV
Spoons, Coal Buckets &c.
PRICE LIST now ready fur ti. J
Merchants are respectfully invited u,
and examine our wares. Send Lr & "
logue before purchasing elsewhere.
Tbe above goods will be funrfoj
WIICI.SALC OR RETAIL
FRANK W. HAY'S WAREHOl
And Zave Twcnty-fte per (.em
On your purchases. It can be zr
Caxal street, below Cliuton. (My.4,ct"v
Johnstown, June 21, 18GG. ' '
JohastOTn Markl VVrk
A NEW STOCK
The subscriber has just received s &
large and handsome invoice oii
Italian and American A
compnsmg the largest and fiEet'm
stock of the kind ever brocght toi
Johnstown, at his establishment P
on Franklin Street, where ha U prtp,
with an adequate fore of experience
skilful workmen, to executs a'.l k
MONUMENTS. Mantels. Tombtto
ble and Bureau Tops, Ac, as cheipi'
can be purchased in any of the citie.
A large stock of Gbixdstoses aii
and fr sale low.
A room has been opened in EUnth
few doors west of Dr. S. S. Chrintv l'
Store, where articles of my ciiDfa'ctu-t.
kept constantly on Lar.d, to which thi
tention of purchasers is invited.
E7" Prompt attention paid to order;:
a distance and work delifered wfcra
June 7, l?;s.
The undersigned keeps couur. ?
hand and is still ma&ufacturinz all ri
m ais line such as,
F:NZ SINGLE & DOUBLE
BLIND BRIDLES. RIDING Br.;.!:
CHECK LIN Ed, HALTERS. WHIP!
which ha will dispose of at low pnc
Hi work 1 all warranted, l lt.it
perienced. he put the Ixi uf Lather.:
wrk. Thankful for past favors. It i
by attention to business tomrit cvz.
- i . , .
auto oi iug piiironace litre tolore u :.n
j extended to him.
bhop above tha tra of Rii-rt i
i ersons wishing good and suUtant:'. :
ness cii La accommodated by.
Ebensbcrg Dec, 11, 1861-tf.
IJI1IE UNDERSIGNED beg leave & J
1 the citizens of Car!b-:a aja; k..:
counties, that he has just received L:
of lue finest Italian and other MarLUa
Eslabiis.nent in Loreito Cambria cv.,J
Monuments, Tombs, Cran
nn,i TtnTnn .-.-.. . j t .: ..
t . iuuui!l i i.rtru 01 i . - 1
beautiful and finest qualitv f ire;.-i l
Domestic marble, always ou ba i '.
to order as cheap as they c:j le l -
irk Ka .? 1 . : ' - ,
manner, aud on the shortt LCt.ct.
The public are respectfully icvit?. :
me a call before purchasing eisiwhere
am confident that my work and p rice
satisfy any person desiring any iii
line of businef.
Now is the time to ct a chrcp kl .'
Loretto, April 12, ISO.Jy.
On Main street, Ebcniburj Ft,
KEEPS constantly on hand fcJ fa ('
general supply of
Envelopes, Writing Ink. Fens, '
Magazines, and other articles in his
01 wnicn are Bold at reasonable rs;e
February 8, 1866.
Boot and Shoe Haif
SHOP ON MAIN ST'T., EBEN'iJ
one doer East of Crawford's t'
immediately opposite the store of
Mills & Co, is prepared to do a!! wfk'
line on short notice and in a wor'kS
manner. Tbe work done at tbls establish;
compare favorable with that of ac.r
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh or elsewbe
country. French Uall. iOmmon
rocco and all kinds of Leather coi'f-vM
UBJa Ail TV V4 aV waaaaauwc
saanW ?i M .w sasprinrinl Tit icvu"
f - r r-a
November t J