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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1890.
Natu.ro should! i')
oBslat'i! In l .11
spring to throw m"
I'm litwliirw f
circulation, of !
Irlocs It so 'vc'.l, e i
nrompl ornomfpi ,
asS? !ft' Hpttil.
I have nw P. 8. 8. for a ntimW of
Tears, nnd innaulrr It f.o. brat tonic .i
mood run in I II:, .t 1 tvi-r until, in f;
I would )'. nliuip.pt I i cn!r upon
apringor. .m.:i r i , Ms cll'i:iio tvl
out ft. R W. Coi.kman,
01 Coleman fYrinisoti ii Co.,
Dado City, F a.
Our book on VAo. 1 and Sltln THseti
Swipt Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
PROI HSSIOML CAhDS.
ARCHITfcCi AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
I. o. Ro 57, ia Hendry Block.
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAItfT
Th imrj. H. Law'. Store, South Mi
With kii not.
Pilling with silver or amiilRnm.. .6lc. io7rc.
gold $1.00 nnd upwa.d.
Set of teeth n.oo.
Ileal set or teeth fH.oo.
N11 hotter innde, nu matter what you pay.
Slit infliction guaranteed.
J. II. Crawford,
Rooms !i mill I), .U.r.t Iluil.IiilK.
'I'nttnn Avcriic, Ashevllle N. C.
r-SACTICII I.IMITKII Til Till!
Eye, Ear, Tliroa: uud None.
nu III illf
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Lawi
Will practice In the loth anil 12th JihIMiiI
IHstricta of North Carolina nnil in Ih-Ku-iirentc
Court and the Federal Court of the
Western District of North Carolina.
J'nso. P. lurinaoK. Tno. A. onk
Knlclgh. Jas. i. Maktix, AKlrvilk
JTAWD8I1.N. MARTIN ft JONI'.S,
Attorneys und Counsellors at Law,
Ashrville, N. C.
Will practice in the 11th mill t atli Jn.lui I
ItiNtrit'tn, ard in the .:ir.-iiM- C -I 1,1 North
Carolina, nnd in the Federal Court, or the
Western District or North Cnrollnn.
Refer to Hunk of l., ill, . dfc'
J A. TBNNUNT,
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, spiclfleiitimin uml cslinmln fur
nlshcd. AM work In my line contracted lor,
and no rhariics for drawing, on con'.rni-t
Kefcrence. w I" n lri, .1
office: No. 13 Hendry Block. North Court
Square. A.h. vlUe. N. C. fcblPrtly
H. II. RKKVKH, U. u.i. j II. li. kmi'I ;: , l. li.a.
lo Connally minnm,, uver Kedwood's tl
Teeth extracted without pain, with the new
anamthrtic. nnd nil case, of Irrepularltv rot .
I RAMSAY. D. P. 8.
llvrr the Kutionnl llnnk of Ashrvillr, Our
linrd lluildiilK. Kwldrniv, ll'.l t. hnrl-llc at.
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The World Pamouii, unequfitrri, unricclled,
durable and beautiful
Are recommended by the be.t artists. Com.
and examine our good, before buying elat
vhire at No. 87 Patton avenue. Tuning
and repairing a siwdulty.
a M. WILLIAMS ft CO,
B. H. BRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.OER.
Also grading of all kind. done. All orders
promptly Allen and work guaranteed. Can
he fonnd at all time, at Graham's Cotton
TO WEAK MEN
On Airing from tha .OiwW of youth fnl anon
fmy.WMlwa'wMkatat, Ion manhood. o,
ani l TaluabJa tmUMlasalMI) mtaluU
nood. at... i wi
artlealu for horn, sura, srRH of .haria, A
plasdld BMKHatl work i taouldb. nad by mrmrj
sxaa wao is aareoiui ana cwouiiswa. au..aa
rr6 . C. Wiail, Heas, fXMa.
aova dw ly
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. IN TUB
BETTER'N A BALLOON.
A HWV'H RIOK OM A FOl'NT
AIN'M WtTKK JKT.
A Tale That la True If Iniporlant,
and Not Hard to Helleve Any
way, If one'a Mind be wander.
liiK or a l.lltle Off.
J'rom the I'nll River Oln' e.
A boy with a wonderful eitpncity for
cold wntcr made a kind of Noah's ark
time of it lust evening for people who
dwell around the South Park. There is
a tail stand pipe neur the pnrk, where
the sprinkling carts load up and the
pressure from the pond at that point is
something like n million pounds to the
8(uarc inch. Just what iKissessed the
aforesaid boy to climb that stand piie
while the band was playing gnyly in the
bund stand will probably never lie
PossiWy he had found life too slow nt
the drinking fountain, and it may be
that he didn't think he could do the
stand pipe any harm. At any rate he
shinned up and begnn monkeying with
the cup ut the top. A full grown man
with cold steel appliances would tin-'
dotiblcdly have exierienced considerable
difficulty in unfastening that cup, but the
font high urchin found it easy enough.
His accomplishment will surprise him to
the end of his days. He was liending di
rectly over the pipe, stomach down,
when the last threat! of the cap screw
There was a swish and a roar and the
milliiiu-iHiiind pressure sent it mighty vol
ume ol water a thousand feel into the
air. It would have been a magnificent
siiectniic but for one leature which fmxe
i lie union in tae veins ui me iouk.-ihim.'ii
As far us thcevecould reach, nnd almost
nt the vcrv ton of this tower ol wntcr, a
tin v sieck" slowly revolved. It was the
sinitll boy, helpless, nod feebly waving
his hands and tcct ill his terror,
Forttinntely the tremendous force su
ixirtcd him, nnd the centrifugal xwcr
cnnvcxniL' toward the snlcsol tlic torrent
kept him til the middle. It was wet work
lookim; on. but for a few seconds nobody
ilnred lo move. Then a brave member
of the uolice department recovered his
presence of mind and tlnrtcd to the l'nrk
House telephone. A little Inter Siierin
tendent Kieran of the water works nr
rivrri no the scene, pale but determined.
The same thought secmeil to inspire the
crowd nl the some moment, for live luin-
Irrrt voices excuunieil : "ion must let mm
tlown easy." Suicrintea(lcnt Kicrun
needed no such warning. He knew that
to shut oll'the supply suddenly meant a
terrible full for the hall-drowned lad,
who had ccused to move up there among
the stars, nnd with a touch ns light as a
woman's he began to turn buck the swift
ii,lf in the niniii nrtcrv.
Inch bv inch the tower of water diinin-
islu-il : inch bv inch that small siicclc ot
Iniinniikv descended. The excitement
was at concert pitch. Kverybody sMkc
in coarse vhisicr8. i-iniiuy a joyous
cheer rung out. The urchin was thirty
feet from the ground, anil scores of iirnis
were outstretched to receive hint. "Stand
steady," was the order, nnd the Inst
aiwumful of water was turned oil', mid the
Iwy dropped safely mm the network of
hands. "111111 iK'ins iiainions. ne who,
as be wiped his lace with his dripping
Yelling "Whoa" to the Alliance.
I'rom the IMoneer-' res.. .
One of the ablest men in the house is
Judge Pnvid U. Ciillierson, of Texas. The
other day he entered the clonk room
while several democratic memliers were
commenting iikiii the havoc made ry
the Farmers' Alliance in the South. In-
lorniuiioii nun jonw ,iii., ...
ilelcat ol a well known congressmnn
seeking a re-nomination. lie had done
everything that could lie done to placate
the Alliance eurly in the season. He had
joined in and swallowed up its sub-trens-tirv
scheme. He even went n step further.
He introduced it bill as fur ahead of the
sub-treasury scheme in extrnvngance ns
that scheme is abend of the strongest
protective tariff. It was all in vain. I he
Alliance ran over him ami left him crying
blood v murder.
'His ensc." remarked the judge, "re
minds me of a siory of a man I once
knew inTeiiis. He was riding over a
rough rond liehinil n yoke of oxen He
sat in the forward cud of the carl upon a
pile of boxes. As the wheel dropied into
it rut the pile toppled. He lost his bal
ance and fell out of the cart. He was
afraid that the wheel would run over
him, nnd he loudly shouted 'Whon!' Iie
forc he struck the ground. It was too
late. The wheel did go over him. But
this was not all. He shouted 'Whoa !'
so loud and long that the oxen stoped
and backed the cart. The wheel went
over him a second time."
Huniner'a ImI lloura.
I rom the Knnuia City Times.
When it liccnmc evident that Charles
Sumner :ould not long survive, the sad
intelligence was communicated to the
scrgeaiit-at-nrms of the senate, who at
once advised the chaplain, the Rev. Ur.
Sunderland, nnd the latter repaired to
Mr. Sumner's house to administer spirit
ual coniloi t to the dying man. He was
met nt the door by Mr. Hooper, who
mindful of n promise he had mnde to Sum
ner invited Ur. Sunilerlana into toe par
lor and explained the situation. "It is
no disresicct to you, Dr. Sunderland,"
sniil Mr. Hooper, "but this is Mr. Sum
ner s wish, nnd 1 cannot iicrmii you 10
see him. There is only one office you enn
(icrform now. Let us pray that, in the
mercv of Providenee, our friend may die
Iree from pain or suffering."
And so Ur. Sunderland and tne House
hold united in prayer, while Charles
Sumner, in the upper bcdchnmlier,
breathed his Inst, ns lie had wished, "free
from the presence of pious intruders."
"No matter who mnkes the alute, the
people hold the sponge." Philadelphia
Politicians are a good deal like shoes,
You can't expect the mnchine made ones
to be of the highest grade. ruck.
When an editor lacks backbone It must
make him feel uncomfortable to have pco,
pie refer to his "want column." Vonk
Adams "Well, Jones, been getting
drunk ngnin?" (ones (angrily) "Thnt's
mv business. Adnma (pleasantly I "Si
I understand." L-He.
"Snv. Charley, have you a sheet ol
oniicr ?" "You want to write n letter?'
''No, 1 only want to cut me out a clean
collar." Fliegcndc Blatter.
"Whv do thev nublish so many dialect
stories in the magazines?" "Because it
saves the proof reader the trouble of cor
recting the spelling." 1'Uck,
"Oh! lohn." exctnissed his wife, "I
know how to make $00 so easily!
H,iu-r" "Whv. down at Mme. Robe'
there's a lovely Paris dress marked down
from $160 to, $100." Beacon.
ALMOST REACH THE SKY.
HEIGHTS OF THE MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
LIST THAT IS WELL
A Table of lite Altitude of Went-
ern Norlli Carolina Mountain
That Kverybody Will Waul.
Helow will lie found a list of the differ
ent mountuinBof Western North Carolina
with their several Altitudes. The meas
urements arc from Arnold fiuyot. The
list is as follows:
VAI.I.KY OK Till! HWANNANOA.
ttnif. ft. nliove sen.
Junction olTInt Creek with Swan-
nanon Kivcr ,.
Joseph Step(i's house Z'n
lliirnelt s notisc
Uiwcr Mountain house Jesse
Stcpp's floor ot puiMia j,mo
W. I'atton's cabins end ol car-
riiiire roilfl I.li r-r
Kcsting Place brook behind lust
lour eubin ,..
Ipicr Mountain house o.JMi
ABiending to Toe River 0nr pas
sage mam uruncn waive
IN TIIK lll.l'K RIIII'.K,
Toe Kivcr (5np U-twccn Potato
Top and High I'innitcle ti.mn
High Pinnacle in nine muge..
RiK-kv Knob's south iieak
Hiu Spring on Rocky Knob....
lll.ACK Mllt'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
PotntoTop ,o' '
Mt. Mitchell ,582
Mt. Oibbs n.5'-"l
Stcpp's Cia the cabin 0,103
Mt. Hallbaek, or Snjjarloaf. 0,403
Black Dome, or Mitchell's high
ia-iik. or Chngman ol Mate
Ilnlsnm Cone, t.tiynl of State
Black Brother (Simdox of State
Rockv Tail tiati
Hear Mt. North Point
Long Ridge Soulh Point
Bowlcn's Pyramid North lind..
CANKV RIVER VAI.I.KY.
fin!! Ponds at Tom Wilson's
' highest house .'1,222
Tom Wilson's new house 3,110
Wheeler's opposite Big Ivy liuj).. 2.0:
Cnttnil Fork iunction with Ca-
ncv Kivcr ,oi.
SmidiiVor Onn. or Low linii sum
mil of road 3,170
Bumsville Court-house siiunre... 2,840
Mountain near Bumsville.
hiL'hrst point 4,30
tiROUI'OI'TIIK ROAN Mllt'NTAIN.
Summit of the road from Bums
ville to Toe river
Toe River Ford on the road from
B'iriisvillv lo Konn niouumiii
Brigg's house', font of the Roan
Mountain valley of Little
Yellow Spot, nliove Brigg's
Little Vellow Mount highest....
The Cold Spring summit of Roan 0,132
Grassy Ridge Bull northeast con
tinuation ol KOUU aiouiiuun.. ,-"
Roan Hiirh Bluff. .2!M
Ronn High Knob 0.301
HHUM IUHNSVII.I.R TO CRANPFATIIKR
South Toe River Ford 2,5,12
Toe River Ford, near Autrcy's 2,57
North Toe River Ford, below
Child. ville 2,t
Blue Ridge head of Brushy creek. 3,425
Linvillc River Ford, lielow head of
Brushy creek ti,J)(
Linvillc River, at Picrcy'a
Ileudwutera of Linvillc uud Wn
tnnoii River, font of ttrnnn-
fnther Mountain 4,100
Crnndlnthcr Mountain summit 6,81)7
IVntniiirn river at Shu I s mill
r. i, o.
Tnvlnraville. Tennessee ',3!'
Wliitctoiis, Virginia 5,530
I HUM lirRNSVIM.R TO TIIK IIAI.II MOI N'
TAIN OIISKRVATIONS MAUK IIV I'RO
FI'.KSOR W. C. KliRM, OF IIAVIINWIN
COl.l.KCII COMI'lTKIl UY Mlt.
Suiminuin's Gun 4,1.10
irvnt Love nt rromi s....
W'olfs Camp linp..
Buld Mountain summit u,(kiO
VAI.LKY OF TIIK III" IVKY CRKKK
hillinchnm's house below Yeatc's
Knob, or Uig Hutte -.oor,
Junction of the three forks 2,270
. .. . ,, of rr
Solomon enrtcr a nousc.,..
Slocksvillc at Block Stta-k's 2,210
Mouth of Ivcy River, by rnilrontl
FROM ASIIKVILLK TO MOUNT FISUAH.
Ashevillc Court house 2,250
Sulphur Springs the spring 2,0112
n. U,lm,,n llv.a'. Q TxX'l
nifllllll J U b UWW,H
Little West Pisgnh .724
Great Pisgah 0.f7
nm I'ic.noN vai.i.kv.
Forks of Tigcon, at Colonel Colli-
Unst fork of I'igcon.nt Captain T.
Wnyncsvillc court house 3,756
Sulphur Spring, Richland valley
ut lames k. u. iovc s i
Mr. Hill's farm on Crab Tree
Crab Tree creek Mow Hill's 2,624
Cold Mountain o.""d
CHAIN OF Tlllt KICIII.ANII IIALSAM.
Richland, Ixtwecn Richlnnd creek
nnd the west fork ol I'lgcon
rrnk nnd nt B Midford's 2,038
It. Mcrilonl's fnrni. foot ol Lick'
ston's mountain d.titm
Lickston mountain 5,707
I Icon Piireon Gnn 4,1107
Ciihl Snrinu mountain 6,016
Double Spring mountain u,,im
Uioltlnnrl ilnlsnm or Cnncv Fork
Balsam Divide '. 0,425
Chimney Top 0,2.14
Spruce Kingc lop o."io
Lone llulsuin 5,808
Old Bnld 5.780
CHAIN OF WKSTKNKR 1IAI.P
Westcncr Bnld north peak 6,414
ORKAT MIIII.I.B CHAIN OF
TAINS IIHTWIiUN SCOTT'S CRKKK
AND LOW CRKKK.
linos Plott's farm north foot of
Old Field Mountain
Hnos Plott's Balsam first
sain, north end
Jones' Balsam north point.
Rock Btund Knob
Brother Plott 6,22
Amos Plott's Bnlsum, or brent
Rocky Face VKt
White Rock Ridge 5,Q2H
lllnck Rock o,81S
Panther Knob o,3o9
Perry Knob .... 5,026
VAM.HY Ol' SCOTT'S CHIiliK.
Love's sawmill 2,011
Mnclure's farm 8,2H0
Road Onp, head of Scott's creek... 3,857
John Brown's farm 8,00
Hrvson's farm 2,173
lohn Love's farm 2,220
Webster Court House 2,203
VAI.I.KY UP TUCKASItKOKK ANU TRIIIUI'TA
KII1S. Tucknseege river mill, lielow Web
ater. near the road to Qtinlla-
town : 2,00
Junction of Savannah creek.,
unction ol Scott a creek..
iiiiilliitnwn Main Store
Soco river, ford to Oconalul'tee,
Soeo (Jan road summit
Amos Plntt'B farm on Pigeon 3,084
Oconnltiftee river, junction Brad
Robert Collins' highest house... 2.500
unction ol Ruvcn s ami Mruignt
unction of Hunch's creek 2,370
CHAIN til' TIIK I'.RKAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN
RUM NUKTIIKAST TO BOIITHWIiST
I-RIIM Till! llol'ND OR IIAYWOOII
COI'NTVTO TIIK I'.AI' OR LIT
1 he Pillar, hend of Straight fork
ol (iconaluftce river (i.'.'.i.'i
ritcrmometer Knob 0,157
Raven's Knob 0,230
Trimmer Knob 0,188
Mt (luyot, so named by Mr. Buck-
Icy in common ii.n.io
Mt. Henry ,373.
Mt. Alexander 0.47
South Peak ,20!)
The True Brother, highest or cen
tral peak n.'.Mif
Thunder Knob 0,082
Laurel Peak a.U.'
Keinhardt Cap 5,220
Toil of Richland Ridge 5.02
Indian Imp o,,n i
Peck's Peak 0,232
Mt.t Icon nit 0,135
KiL'hlhnnd or New Can 5.000
Mt. Mingtis 5,004
(IRIIUIMIF lim.t.lll'.AII, TICNNHSSKK.
Centrnl Peak, or Mt. U-compte 6.012
Went Peak, or Mt. Curtis li.fiiiM
North Peak, or Mt. Stafford 0,535
Cross Knob 5.021
Master Knob IU'13
Tomahawk Gap 5,50
Alum Cave ,un
Alum t'nvc creek, iunction with
Little Pigeon River 3,848
t'.KKAT SMOKY Mllt'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Road Gnu 5,2 ii
Ml. Collins M ri
Collins' Gup 5, 20
.Mt. Love U..1
Chngmnn's Dome O.oiiO
Mt BtK'klev o.o'.i'.'
Chimney Knob Hs
llig stone Mountain o,oi
Big Cherry Gap 4,838
Corner Knob 5,240
Korncv Ridue Peak 5,087
Snaky Mt 5,105
Tlmndcrhcad Ml 6.521
Sikiicc Cabin 4.010
turkey Knoii ,i
OiKissuin Gun 3,840
Norin llalil '
The Great Bald's central peak 4,02
South Peak 4,708
Tennessee River nt Hardin's 800
Hill Utilise Mt.. ainiiiiiit road to
Montvale Springs 2,452
Montvalc Springs, Tennessee 1,203
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DO YOU WANT
In vital ion Curds,
La rgHund Kills;
Then scud your ordor to
No. i N. Court Square,
Ashevillc, N. C.
From a Newspaper to u Vis
iting Card can bo execu
ted in a workmanlike
PRICES AS LOW, fi;:
As First-Class work can
Ask any of the thousands
of their natrons in Ashevllle
anil Western North Carolina
us to t heir
inanner of tlomtf
busiiKws. They uro
Ill North Carolina.
ANDREWS ! !
100 mile, west of Ashevillc on the Murphy
branch of the Western North Carolina rail
road, to mile, cast of Murphy, situated la
the heart of one of the most beautiful and
fertile valleys on the face of tbe earth. Bur
rounded by high mountains covered with
virgin forests of mngnificent timber. The
town site and many adjoining acres have
lately been proved, by extensive boring., to be
UNDERLAID WITH MARBLE,
white and colored, of very line nuullty.
THE TOWN OF ANDREWS
HOLDS THE KEY
to the situation. No other town near. Th
location la nil thnt could be desired. Altltud
IN0O reel ubovc the scu.
irral iimrhlc qtiurrici, furniture fuctories.
: (.'xUmimIvc taiuK-ricH, &c, &c. Summer and
LOTS FOR SALE.
I UN TI'KSIIAY, SKI'Tli.M ni'.K TUB 30TH,
THIi OWNIiKS WILL SHI. I.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
as liullly lota us the tieoptc want, not exceed
ing 400 choice business ton! residence lots, t
Ihe highest bidder, aud on
THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS,
offering a maKtiitKcnt opportunity for every.
body to in ukc money, on a ivmall or large
NL-nlc, according to the numler of loti pur
chuMeil. .Secure property in this Iknuiil'ul Val
ley while yoa cam. Redueed rates on
Railroad from Ashevillc and principal
TERMS OK SALE l
Onc-tiflh cash. Iiulunec 1. 2. 3 and 4 years.
'x lr l-ent' Interest.
For plats und ull other inlormatiou apply
Gwyn & "Went,
Aaheville, IS. C.
Tuesday. Sept. 30th.
au'JU dtaepto mon we frl
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wctera North Carolina Division.
I'ASSHNGKR TRAIN 8CHKDULB
tin V,r Mnrrh 'J 1 1
78th Mcr,,"", t'mncdic;dts.,",, not olh,,w'"
1 2 .loam
J 2 20pm
Lv. New York,
1 1 24am
1 1 oopm
2 30am l
11 26am I
No. B8 i
A. Ut 8. R.
N 40 p m
700 p m
607 p m
S40 p m
KOO am I I.v.
9 1(1 am Arr
10119 am Ar.
2J pm "
8 I (Ilnlly escept sunaay.i
36S p tn
1 66 p m
946 a m
610 a m
a ml I.v. Ashevllle, Ar.
264 pm "
No., no and 61. 1'ullman Sleepers betweea
Greensboro and Morristown.
Nos. 62 and 63 I'ullmnn BunVt gleeptng
Cars la-tween Hot Springs ana wasnington.
Ashevllle 1. nreasie oibiwu w. w.
lll koryi. ' " oa!
Hiekory wiMBURN, D. P A.,
A.hevilie, N. C.
Chicago Alton R.R.
PASTB8T ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Ashevllle to Kansaa City la 87 haars.
Ashevllle to Denver In 61 hours.
V i,,. u.. v,-mnMmn. 1'alirornla. and
lj.S.All-. i.o.. t. k
as City. Reclining chair ear tree.
For tun iniormation can un ui wn
B. A. Newland,
District Passenger Agent,
No. in I'atton Ave., Ashevllle, N.C.
.1. CHARLTON. O. P. A.. Chicago. 1U.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 7 a, m. Bndlng 10.00 p. m
Car leaves Square for all points oa inc
hour, and twenty and forty minutes thereafter.
Schedule cars connect at Square.
Train car and baggage ear meet sverv
train, One valise allowed each passenger.
Baggage transferred from all point. In tne
city for 28 cents.
THB ASHBV1I.LH BTRBBT KY. cel.
TLANTIC COABT LINB
oa and after this date the following aeheo
ulcs will be run over It. "Columbia Divirtoa."
No. 88 Leave. Columbia -.. 8.80 p. m.
Arrive. wennc..uM f
No. 88 Leave. Charteaton .... 7.10 aw as, '
Arrives atColumbla. ii.oa a. as.
Connecting with trains to and from all
polnta oa the Charlotte, CoiomDia at aj
gusta and Columbia k OraenvtUa RaUroa4s.
T. M. BMBRBON. Oca. Pass. km
J. P. DBVINB, Oea. Bapi