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aMHMi i H fc m n 1 HFlWiWi IIiWi THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. TrAtriu oi' uiiiA oo. orriciAi featurday, DeceVnbof 26, 1891. Enteril In the Post OBlee t UkW, a e-oadt-lati matter. This ppr kept on fiIe at K- c- uk' AdrertUfng Agency, 64 ami 05 Merchant' iSxolnnge, San KraueUoo, 01., wlieie eon- Ittcti for advertising ean lw inade for it. POST OFFICE UULES. .Office- open from 7 A. . to 7 r. M daily. .. iBfimlAjsone huur.n(ter inaUatrbeo. Mall closes going Bataud WnI at 7M A. V.tall- ' , 5 JloneyOnler Department-closes at 6 v. 71., daily Sundays excepted. , Mails go to San Carlo ami Matey exery lv, Hndvs excepted to Uatalpa, Ar Wr, Tont.i, live. Paymn, c , every Mra Aiay, Wednesday and Friday. lnwt mails a!oe the night pre iuua at 9 p. M. JOS. II. HAMII.T,, T. M. Globe & San Carlos Telegraph CV Office Hour 0 o'clock a. m. to 12 w. and 7 to 8 r. M. Sumlajs 10 to 11 .. . and G to 7 r. M. LOCAL NEWS. All kinds of books at Taylor's. For bargains in Christmas goods call at tbo Post Office Stdro. Soma large 3".o boots at n bargain, 'at O. S. Van Wageuen'e. Dr. J. A. Loril arrived liorte from Florence Christmas Eve. Mrs. P. L. Gate anil baby armed from San Prnnoi'-eo on Monday lost. Tho Rescue Silver Mining Company shipped bar Xo. 77 of bullion, jester- day. I need money if you want holiday goods or toys give ma a oall nnd we Vill trade, snre. C. B. T.vtcok. . u . FOUND On the road between Globo,nnd WhentfWd, 8 pair of man's low-quartered shoes. Inquire at the "Belt office. . m Official notice line been received that the Globe post office" has be attained J To the third claw, the rating as such to begin January 1st, 1892. . . . Mi Minnie Thompson, Mies Annie Simpson and D. W. Williamson came np from San Carloa Thursday to spend Christinas with frienda in Globe. The new smelting plant of the Old Dominion Copper Co. k Bearing eom .pletion ami it is expeeted to havo ou fnrnaoe in Teadineea to blow in Jaa- nary 6th. - Ladies of Globe, wk ixtkoniw K. F. Kellner & Co., will plM md l dreM nnd name tiat; cn lwve our bnggy oall for tbem And be driven safe ly home Again. CIias. H. Walker, who b long been in the employ A M. W. Bremen, left a "Tbw days ago to join his family At El Paso. Hie departure is regretted by IjU friemle and oqnAintnoe. Call and examine new dree good in silk, satin, alpAoas and caehmeres; also ladies newinarkets, cloth jokets ml plush capes. Toys of 11 kiude just re ceived at E. P. Kellner & Co.'s. Capt. Cramlal, with Company A, J-lth Infantry, arrived at San Carlo from Port Bayard Dec 22ud, for Ata" tion, and Lienl. DtHlgewith Company G, 2lth Inft. left for Bayard on the 23d. Lieut. Seyburn has bean relieved as Commander of Indian Sootite, At San Carlos, and has rejoined his eompany at Port Bayard. Lieut. Woods, 10th Cavalry, from Ft. Bayard nnd re lieved him. The announcement of the death, from pneumonia, of Mike Traat, at Florence, causes deep regret in Globe, where he resided in early years, and is kindly remembered by old-timers. He was a brothor of Sam Traut. r.. E. Humpfifly lias jnstreceiVed a large and nicaly solected stock of solid gold jewelry, watchee, loakota, charms, scarf pine, rings and many other first class Articles suitable for holidsy pres ents. Call and see them. Thos. K. Cox died yesterday, after b short illness. Although he had resided hero only a litthi mote than a year, yet he had won the eeteefm of many of our citizens. His funeral takes place to day from the M. E. Church, under the auspice of White Mountain Lodge No. 3. P. nnd A. M. One of the most enjoyable features of the Christmas festivities wns tho ball at the Bink lost night, given by Mrs. ClendeAin. The attendance was larger than at any similar ovont in years and numbered mauy visitors from a dte 'tance. It wag a merry throng whioh moved in rythmic measures to snohaut ing mnaic, until night's caudles in the skies wero almost burnt out. The Christmas Tree entertainment on Thursday evening, filled the Itink 'to overflowing, and it was a happy as 'uomblugo of young nnd old, who thor oflgnly enjoyoithe performance. Some r htjn'ded.Qr jaare aftilren wpre TiOltfrNaffiHF IPr.. rr l iTrjI iniilUHVJ inid Go. Wilsonhrt? 'HHT "'HHIBBMfflKaiaia.iiA .. WBffnOTJ. J.-. . .JmmJmBfrW : wiiiaiittillll iWTiijriiMHTllll JMwBiwIiP ' 'K iii.-' -; . - uxruLss noiinr.itv. Illobe nnd t'lnrenre Ktner lie Id IV Tho ltivcrddo stngo driver brought information, Monday evening, that the south-bound stngo had boon "held up" the night previous by it lone highway man, and thft express bos tukon. We Append a letter from T. A. Lonergan, who was n passenger on tho coach that was halted, written to W. 0. Pendle ton, with E. P. Kellucr & Co., ngonts here for "Wells, Purgo & Co. Mr. Lonergan fiayo, "The particulars wore about as follows: AeHchlimau, Young, Atkins and myself were in tho body of tho coach with Mr. Berrny alongside of tuo driver, Leo Midflletdu. At half-past 10 o'clock Sunday night when wo were about 1) milo3 from Riv oreide nnd about 100 yards from tho summit, wo wero suddenly startlod by the stern command 'halt! stop"!' and looking out saw a man on tho road side, about 10 feut from the coach, with A revolver levuled. Ho said 'shell out the box.' Lee said it wns on be hind. Ho said 'throw it out and bo damned quick about it.' Lea "get out and tluew it on the ground and noticed the mau had two pistols, ones pointed at him and tho other at tho coach. The robber was a white man, had no mask and had spurs on. We did nut see any confederates. Atkins was tho only man in tho party who had a pistol and it was on thoinsida of his ororcoat. After tho box was thrown out the rod agent asked if there was any bullion aboard. Lou replied 'no. ' Leo nsked if that was all ho wanted, he said 'yes.' Ho did not ask anything from ns, nor dhl h rob the U. S. mail, It was too Urk 1o identify tho maii." "iiir. ir.Aiu:u.y ivstititu Laet Tuaeday morning thore nirsom bkd in the Globe school house the first Teachers' Institute of Gila county, SuiHirintendent Wostmeyor oecupyiug the ohair. The thruAtenwl storm oatteail the alieence of n number of in structors, but enough were present to nmke the occasion an eujornble and IHTotitoblo one. During the three days' session tho following named teachers were present: District No. 1, P. J. Duffy, Miss Ton rila Cameron-, Mrs. Helen Harris; Dist. No. 3, Miae Irene 15 rorul hurst; l)tst. No. i, Mies Emma J. Kenton; Dist. No. 0, Miae Carrie E. Prcuoh;Dist. No. 7, Ja5. H. McClintook; DM. No. 1(1, Mies Minnie Webb. Severed friends of education were also in Attendance, giv ing material aid in the work. Tuesday morning's seasion was de- voted to organizstion and tho apoint inentof tha necessary oommitteee, after which dieoueion iqwri wliool methods and ditoiptine was oontinuetl, under various heads, until the close of Thnre day's seasion. "Arithmetic" was treat ed,of in u eminently praetieal manner by Miw Kenton; "Beading," by Miae Broadhnret; "Grammar," by Mr. Mc Clintoek, and "History," by Mr. DnRV. Few subjects of educational interest, however, were omitted from the gener al diitcuawons. JWolntionavraro unanimouely paseed demanding an almost entire change i"4 the text liooks now in use. Another resolution was in favor of a higher stan dard of qualifications for teaoher's cur tifloat. Corporal unishmut was decidwlly favored. Among the hon orary members elected are: Territorial Supt. Public Instruction; A. H. Haok ney, Hon. G. T. Peter, Hon. It. B. Moore, Hon. Alonzo Bailoy, Mills Van Wagenen, Bev. J. II. Gill, and mem bers of the several boards of educatiou and the school trustee of Gila county Thanks wore extended to nil who had contributed to tho success of the In stitute. The purpose of teachers' institutes is to promote fraternity among the in structors, secure nn of ffftmzod,. definite and regular courso of instruction throughout, nnd, by the interchange of views, enable tho teaauors to improve their methods ami broaden their field. These purposes were ndmirAbly Bsrve'd in the gathering just hud, and from it benefit may be expected to the schools of this county. Dr. T. S. Collins nnd bride', heo Miwi Atkinson, who were married in Tempo on the 20th inst., arrived in Globe Tuesday night, after n somewhat un pleasant experience, which now thnt it is pant without serious results, will bo remembered only a's ft rd'mnntio iuci- deul of thoir bridal trip. Tho stageou whioh Dr. and Mrs. Collins wore pas sengers, broke down on tho grado tins sido of tho toll house, six nllW3 or more from town. As tho only 'way out of the dilemma, the team wns unhitch ed, aud Mra'. Collins irtbunted op. a mule, led by her leige-lord, resumed the journey in the stygion darkness. Up on the arrival iu town of tho stage driver, who preceded tham with tlie letter mail, a conveyance was sent out to meet Dr. nnd Mrs. Collins, nud they rtaohed town without any further difficult-. Shortly nfterwards the bride nnd groom wero soraiiadod, nt their rooms in tho Kinney hotel, and the unpleasant features of their mishnp a.ro forgotten. k$ nit; ritii: vr.nsiov or Tin: uruii:ic or JUKI- SlMJUl:. Kyr, GmA Co., Ariz., Doc. 20, '91. EnrroiiB Sinvnn Bum: The account of Mart Sanders' death as published in tho Bnrr of the 12th iust., is wrong in almost ovory particular. The inurdofer Wart first heard of at Letterott'u ou the Vordn, where he stole horse, cnddlu, bridle and gun. Ho wns pursued and overtaken in the Big Gorgo on tho cast fork of the Verde, but escaped by fleo iug into the thick brush, takiug his gun, but leaving his shoos nnd hut. More pcoplo then joined in the chaise and wero following his track down tho tho Sycamore creek uud wero noma niiles.in the renr when, 'ho fired the shot that killed Murt Sundors. Mart hnd left his home on Upper Tonto for Pine with a four-horso team and had reached Sycanioro creek and it is pVesuined that when tho pursuod heard tho team coming, ho determined to get a horse in order to oxpedftu lifs flight. He was unsuccessful in getting n horse, but killml u iiuo young mau, which has cast a gloom over the cntiro community. The pwbssin lias never been seen since tho shot, although Hie entire population of this soction have bon truiling him ever since. Ho was without doubt in ambush, ns the &hut struck Mnrt in tho back, parsing en tirely through him. Prom all appear ances, Mnrt had no warning, and wheu hit, fell backwards into tho wagon. Tho horses took flight nnd iSfi nfcny, bid wore stopped by a gentleman named Brown, who was on his way from Pine to Parson. It is supposed that the murderer was in pursuit of the ttai, but seeing Brown he kuew that ha we foiled in ttiie, nnd still continued hi (1M afoot. No oue knows who or of what na tionality tho murderer is. The de scription oi lite mnrttersr, as near aad kuowii, is aa follow: About mx feet in height, lnrg, raw-bone, with short crop of dark beard, without hat, coat or bhoea. (Byiqut ofductHl'sfuthr.) P. SrAwroH. L. J. Welieter, superintendent of the ITweive Silver Mining Co., was the re cipient of an elegant CLrfStmae remem-J brancu n heavy gold-ltedd oana, jireaentd by Lorin Lynch, Paul J. Johnson, Jatnss Graham nnd Louis Sultan. On either aide of the gold handle is a medallion iu low relief, one bearing a fae simile of the Golden Gate aud the other the Cliff House, San Francisco, set with two diamonds of the first water, representing respec tively, the harbor light and the rising sun, and set in the but of the handle i is a leantiful piece of gold qliartz. It ie also Appropriately inscribed. The ohihlrffii at WhoatJleld and vief nity had a merry time on Cbristnwa eve at the. school Itettae, where a tree bad len provided, liaautifully adorn ed, and Iwhnlifnlly furnished with laweets and present to delight the t young people, and affoid pl-eawire to ', adulUi as well. Tlie lfulies of tlie uaigh- borhood including Mies French, teach er of the school, worked energetically to make the occasion enjoyable, and were eminently uncoeasftil. f ., . , i Although not indulged in Globe far A very long time, anow-lmlling enu not be regarded as a loet art. While the beautiful neatied ou the oold Iwsoni of mother earth, tnaie mlnlt bipd4 ad J Ikjvs of downy cheek wero diligently pelting wayfarers with the feathery substance, and while it lsstWl there was fun alivu on Globe thoroughfares. Ho, nn object of veneratiau to iboe.o thinly chid, soon put an eud to the hilarious MMcitenMnA. NOTICE ! I am prepared to pay all WArrnnte drawn on th County Gen eral Fund registered prior to January 1st 1891, serios of 1800. Also warrants 11, 12, and 13 drawn on the County Conlingimt FnYrit, Aries of 1890. Iu- tort ceases ihi (lae Dated, Globe, A. T., Dec. 20, 1801. J. W. BOAItDMAlI, Treasurer, Gila Co. The numerous friends and admirers Of CapV F. E. Pierce, U. S. A., will regret to loam that ho iB now in Min neapolis upon sick leave nud is report ed ns not likely to be again placed upon active duty. When Indian Agent nt San Carlos ho acquired maiiy fjrfond in Gila county who hold him in grateful remembrance. i m o p Joe Brewster brought in nbout two nnd i half tons of liigh grade pre froic his mine at Richmond Basin, which he will ship to El Paso, Ho could ship considerable more oro wero it not for tho difficulty of paving; it paokod down ' from the Bagin. Burrow nro so. poor and weak that they can carry scarcely ,-.- nioro than half the customary load. - - -Location notices, fiee, at tho re corder's office. MAt: ttv scrikttVtanna. GlAbk, Gila County, Arizona, .1 Nov. 1.0th, 1891. Board Ilfot pnrannnt t6 n'djournmont. Present, Supervisor Shnnloy and Clias. T, Mai'tin, Clerk; ubseut, Supervisors Tebb aud Ellison. '. There being 110 quorum tn adjourn- iqoni m-muw iffijifmMr o.4tii, levi. m, C eric. Present, Supervisors Shanley and Tebbs, Chns. T. Martin, Clerk aud J. D. McCabo District Altornoy; absentj Supen isor Ellison. Minutes to date rend nnd approved. It appearing from tho uilldavit of Ed. ,Eoso ou file in Hiis ofllco, that no elec tion wh held in Pleasant Valley Pre cinct, and the retnrns from all of re maining precincts being 'oh file', thoJ Board proceeded to canvass the vote cast at the Constitutional Election, held Dec. 1st, 1891, with the following re sult : Globe Precinct For the Constitu tion 130 votes; ngaiust the Constitution 111 votes. Gropevino Precinct For tho Con stitution 5 votes; agniubt the Constitu tion li votos. Iteno Preoinet For the Constitution 27 votes; ngaiust tho Constitution 7 votes. ' ltye Piecinct For the Constitution 19, voice; againtt tho Constitution 4 votes. , ' l'nyson Precinct For tho Constitu tion 25 votes; against tho Constitution 8 votes. ; 1 Pino Precinct For tho Constitution no votos; against the Constitution H votes. San Carlos Prccinct-For tho Con stitution 2 votes; against the Constitu tion 50 votes. Pioneer Precinct For the Constitu tion 10 votes; against tho Constitution 1 vote. Total Vote 'for--227 votes. Total vote against 203 votes; being u inaJBr-' ity for the Constitution of o!ten (18) votes. On motion the Clerk was di rected to wake tlie proper certiticato aud forward the same to the Secretary of the Territory, at Plvranix, Arizona. On motion it was ordered that war rants for $3 oaoh, be drawn in favor of the following named limine, who served as Inspectors, Judge and Clerks of tho Constitutional Klection, Dec. 1st, 1891, to-wit: Wm. Sidow, H. A. 9dow. S. D. jy-ors, S. L. Young, Jas. Cunuingham, A, J. Itnndall, S. M. -we, It Fu'kr, W. V. Puller, E. J. Lawler, S. A. ChdaoB, E. D. Pyh, T. C. Kauce, B. F. Htawart, J. W. Board, O. C. Pdlton, W. H. Fisher, S. A. Hangbt, Jr., F. fiaaton, J. N. Huffar, David J. Petr, Chae. Bouqnot, P. H. Powers, H. 0. Webb, IL Martin, P. C. RobertMUJi ,Go.. Danfortlr, E. B.' ilngoHs, 11. Q. Kolirtbn, N. Hooker,- M. Van WagetWK, T, C. Stallo. J. W. Boardman, M. Kbdn, L. C. Woods, A. Blake, M. Belknap, W. W. Bailey, J. B. Benton and IL Helborn. ' Communication fros J. IQram Full er and Henry See i$d and ordered placed on Sit. On motion it is ordered that hereaf ter no honnty on tie scalpe of wild animals be allowed. Hniess the parties making the claim uro preeent in per sou, in accordance with law. On motion the Chairman was direct ed to sink tho well at the Hospital and to aee that the want improperly curbed N. IL Pries appeared and presented aeven wild cat ncalps fur himself and two for David Devore, and it appear ing that tlie bonuty thereon should lie lail, it wm orikired that wnrranfa be drawn on be General Fund for $7 nnd $2 in payment. The following claims were iheii al lowetl aud warranUi ordered drawn in Iayinent : Otaim of Julius Sultan, supplier 917 80; dai'm of H. JeVril, vrnirs 3 90; claim of Mrs. M. Watson 1C; claim ol W. S. Launders mileage on election returns $0; olaim of H. Ellis, phinliBg $12; olaim of G. & S. 0. Tel. Co. tela graaw, $29 95. On motion it was orderod that the tax collector lie credited tho Hum of $251 138 the amount of widows' exemr, tiona on the tax roll for 1&91. On motion the Dietriot Attornoy waa dirasted to commenco suit on the bond for taxes of W. W. & A. J. Houston nud Also to commeflco 'suit for the col lection of delinquent taxes of 1890 as follows : It. A. Allen; Mrs. M. A. Cauloy; N. B. Chilton; Gates nndllub WdWlE. P. Kellner. On motion the claim of E. II. Mar tin for rent $5, was not allowed. Ou motion tho- Board adjoined to 10 o'clock a. in., Doc. 21, 1801. CIIAS. T. MAItTIN, Clerk. Approved Patkiok SiiAKMsr, Chairman. Boreus, tho God of the north wind, Wednesday night, piped his horn which mas responded to "front the Hyperbo rean mountains by n fall of finoW, riot deep in tk valley in which Globe is situated, but iu the surrounding moun tains it gave evidence of the presence 0f the northern Thor, who iu 1812 : -with iov hammer, knocked Nanoleun'n - ' army down in lluwui. But, neverthe less, Jack Fiost is weloomo ns his pres ence meditates Ens Krinkle in nia nocturnal visit to expectant children many of whom did not 1k1 au ay tu orer to be wide awake at the peep ot day, 011 Christmas jnorniug. ' Thero is no danger fruin whooping coutdi wheu Cliaoiborlnin's Cough Item- edy is freely given. It keeps the couh loose and Uinkes oxpeotorntion easy, liO cent bottlei for sale by H. C. Hitcheoek. , M. Yofllerday and to-day are tho coldept expe'riencd for four years in Globe. Tito itumfoffof rtevitered J2J de gfoae QhMlltirifilBnAllO t6-dajJ. rADAS uiidT'ArALES every murdafond .Sitndav nichls. -1-f5Si Vt&t 'f"'', 1 " 'Certain baking powder makets are publishing falsified ektfacts 'from 'tlie Government reports, with pretended analyses and certificate wrie're'in ;ah attempt is made to compare their baking powders with the "Royal," or making bogus tests from house to house, their obvious purpose being to counteract the recent exposures of the inferiority of their own goods arising from their impurity, low strength, and lack of keeping qualities as shown 'by 'the Government chemists and others. As to whether any of these baking powders are equal to the " Royal," the official tests clearly dcttfr mine. When samples of various baking powders were purchased from the grocers, and analyzed by the United States Government Chemists and the Chemists of State and City Boards of Health, the reports revealed the fact that the "Royal" contained from 28 per cent, to 60 per cent, more leavening strength than any other cream of tartar baking powder, and also that it was more perfectly made, of purer ingredients, and altogether wholesome. As these powders are sold to consumers at the same price, by the use oTthe Royal Baking Powder there is an average saving of over one third, besides the advantage of assured purity and wholesomencss of food, and of bread, biscuit, and cake made perfectly light, sweet, and palatable advan tages not to be had in the use of the low-grade, cheaply made baking pow ders that contain lime, alum, and other impurities. iwimij if fijLjy ywmuuMWtif99ew&jaAi awijjjmug UKIVERSHY OF ARIZONA. Session begins September 30th. Tui tion Free. Agricultural College, School of Mines and Pr paratory Course. For Catalogue, eddress biecrttiy of Univer sity Farulty, Tucson, . T. A Iai Tempe News says, tho Tempo and Globe loll road has been incorpo rated. Seventeen persons are named in the articles of incorporators as dtrlc tifn. Thoae of the number in Globe are E. F. Kellner and A. L. Walker, be capital stock is limited to SoO.OOO. J. S. Armstrong, A. J. i.etero, andll. E. Kemp were appointed to KtJicit anbecriptioBK in Ololw. The surveyor report tho length of road from Tempo to Globe at ninety mile and total coat $37,000. Wo learn that the Reverend G. II. Adams is representing the Union Mu tual Life Insurance Company, of Port laud, Maine, and also the Denver Bury ing and Loan Association. A Mr. Wood represents as having lately met him in Tombstone acting in that dual eapaeity. dh 11 i. New drives at E. F. Kelloar A Co.'s. Large lot hemes, $10 set ami up, Alpacas, "silks and eaahmero, in tan, grey and black in 8 to 12 yard pattariws to arrive this week. Also line of wool hoods, nubias, capes, ladies hose and underwear. ""'" Yi . . Mrs. E. M. Wratten is visiting Flor ence for a few days, Sho will pay n visit to iisr daughter, Mrs. Ayloawarth at ,G1ubf, nnd then go to Alabama to vied her son, who is Hidisn interpreter there. Enterprise. For custom made clothing made to order and warranted to fit, go to C-. S. Van Wa 8m, en's. llic VTorltl IJrtrlc licit The facilities of thcpreont day for the production of everything that will con duce to thp material welfare nnd comfort of mankind are almoet unlimited and when Syrup of Fixs was first produced tho world war enriclad with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the only remedy which ia truly pleasing nnd re fcrBhiog to the taste and prompt and ef fectual to cleanse the system gently in the spring tune or, iu fatty ;a,t any time nud the better it is known tho more pop ular it becomes. Weak Women Owe to Uiemeelvei a daty to take Hood's Sana pcrilla, iu view of tho great relief it bat given thoe who hhEVt from ailments ycutlar to tbi HX. 31)- purifrios the Mood, regtilatius !mjwr (nntorgum, itreimtheulnf the nerves, am! toning the wholo eystem, it rutorM trw debilitated to health. After 15 caro. Tor 13 years my mother hn been temiWe wltli mtllt leg. She uent to different ;i.r:i of CHlttoritln, at iroim mid the climate mlsat help her, b.it it wai of no nll, and I, lielng fl drugitldt, tUoBKlit I would jet her :o try Uood's SerittpArtUa. r cfnro sn wi vaVcrt hsU a botRe the WlJkliC !. :n;rorlnir,sn boioullniu.-d oil til h took half a 4 zen ttries. aud now fbe i) perfecQi wc.1. Fir iKarly fifteen yenrs shewu una' tc t .; wTi.n 1, but now alio cn walk in U Meter" T K1'i.ikk, San Fraoci'cu, with 0. tf. liiuhardj i. '.) , Wholwalo DruggUU. Like n Koiv Creature. "t aavetwen for san trying to tct help for ibat ttirlWe Rneral debility and weaSueM w remmon to women. Within a yeor I bavo taken UW or twelve itoltlo of Ifood's gnrsarmrilla, and t am uow teeltag llto a new creature." Has. F 0. 1UM, Uftrtiu. Texas. Mood's Sarsapariila Sioid by dreggtaU. fl!ixfor?5. l'rcrarod onl.i by C. I. HOOD A CO.. AJtethd arKnfiiM). Mail. itiopQwh Ono Dollar BIRTHS. DEVOBB-In (51rtlw, Icc. 10th, to th wife of Janie DevAre, a sun. 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