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MOHAVE COUNTY MINER.
Sp'fidinT'notioea in the reading columns of ..the Mejkb -will be charged at the rate of 'TcnCcuts per line for eaoh insertion. MINERAL PARK, DECEMBER 2, 1883. by this firm. Taey are also putting in a new 5U-ton galena furnace, and will also add a copper furnace soon. Tuey are determined to have oslousive. works at Benson. . ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE OF MAIL. Mineral Park to Kingman and all points .east and west, daily, except. Sundays. Arrives 12 m leaves 1 p. m. , . Mineral Park to St. Thomas Arrives Mnnclav nr.d Thnrxdjiv at K t) m., loaves Sunday and Wednesday at 6 p. m. Mineral Park to Signal Arrives Tuesday. Thnrcrlnv :mrl S itiirrtar at 11 H. m., Monday, "Wednesday and Friday at 2 p. i W. M. Kbideb. P. M. Mteiim News in Parvo Type ray the printer. Fine rain yesterday Christmas is coming. Business is picking up in town John P. Krider is expected home in a few s days. - W. fi. Lake, the Kingman merchant, was in the city yesterday, -,. 'JL'orkgys were mighty scarce in Mineral Park last Thursday. J. K. Mackenzie returned from his pro " 'pecting trip last nicht. Anson H. Smith returned from his Albu querque trip last Friday. The Board of Supervisors will hold their regular monthly meetine tomorrow. : "W. S Oury has been nominated for May or of Tucson on the citizens ticket. The vimng folks of our town celebrate ThiiTik-sTivin'fT with a ball at the Cour- House. Iter. G. H. Adams will preach at th Court House to-day at 11 a. m. and agac at 7 p. m. Dana Harmon, formerly of Hackberry, ii: thiscounty, was married in Oakland las W6ek to Mrs. Smnmerfield. Mrs. B. H. Smith oame over from Kins man on yesterday's buokboard accompanie" by Miss Belle Van Bnskirk of Haokberry. - D. J. Canty was in town from the Ba; Stateinine on Friday afternoon. Ho re ports mow ore in sight in the mino thai ever before. The Tombstone Republican has been soli' toa joint' stock oompany. It will appea. - Henceforth under the management J. L Paimer, City clerk. On our fourth page to-day will be fount, a striking and instructive illustration o-h&comp2ralis&5rth-oftho various kindi of bakinr tiowderg jisiiL2 market. lew daj Ticcompanie Tritle, wL 'visit to friends i- Miner. iai cnuces Demnging to me aioiusdh TdpaklL&SantaFe and tbe Atlantic &-P cine railroads, at Albuquerque, were d stroyed-by fire on the night of Sunday, tL 18th instant. About one hundred tons coal were also destroyed. The loss is esti mated at.5j?J2,(X)a. The Mohave Coukty MiKan, published b Anson 11. Smith fc Co., at Mineral Park. . a.wolcomp. visitor to our sanctum. Sim - the discoijtinu.".nco of Mr. Cureton's p.ipe it lias a lrgfr field for operations, and w doubt notits proprietors are equal to tL situation. Prescott J . urnal. "NYooster M. Hardy, a native of Pennsyl Tania, aged about 38. died at Mineral Pari: Mohave county, 2x vevnberlSth. Deooane: was a. pioneer of Northern Arizona.- W had tha pleasuro of his acquaintance, tL benefit of his frieaJUhip, an d can only a thatanotaer joi mm has beon calle 'home Courinr. Mining IMLatrtex'S. Amone miners just now the Cceur d'Alen placers. Idaho, arejttractingthomostatteu tion. Miners are leaving Salt Lake aov with the intention of being on tho groan early in Spring; and somo persons suppo; that by May next there will be 1500 or mors prospectors in the region. Minors fron Montana, Wood river, and elsewhere ar preparing to go. The Arizona papers all agree that Goverr or Tritle has struck a good thing in his bi copper mine, and has "mado his pile." W are. heartily glad of it, for there is no mat in;the west who better deserves a good tiling. Aside from boing a good Governor of a gooc Territory, Mr. Tritle is an excellent man. and. all who know him will rejoice in hi good f crtnd. Aibuquerque Journal. Mr. Billing haB now m hts omploy at th Kelly mine, hauling, and at the smelter, ai tola 250 hands. Tho bullion shipments for the month of October ore oyer l,OoO,OOl pounds, amounting to $50,000. This fron. two stacks; the third will blow in about Lin 20th with a big rcservo of ore to work on .Th Kelly mine now has 3;OJ0 foet of workings and is shipping daily as much, if not more 'ore, than any other mine in the Territory. Mining Record. - W. II. Sherman hr.3 taken a contract tc sink the main shaft of tho Cincinnati mine fifty feet deeper. We, hear that the pric paid per foot is about 21. ' Krider Bros, aro about to put somo mon at work prospecting tho Plutus claim near Chloride. The Epitaph learns tbat a negotiation which has been in progress some time was. consummated yo3terd-iy. John Lewellyn disposed of the Birdie mino, located near Signal, Mohave county, to San Francisco parties. The sale was negotiated by Sam Heintzleman and Alf Tregidgo, who ai enow at the mine with a smelter. The olaini is gold and copper, and is said to be a very promising property. Tho price paid was S10.000. Messrs, "Whit ork SaUjbury, of the Benson SmeltinWbr,. have bought the tailings of the Vulture mill. rt) 000 tons.-r-carrying gold and load, Thev will put up concentra tors at tho dump and ship the concentra tions to their smelter at BenBon. There will .b sampling works put up at Tucson Boon Fnm the Rocky Mountain Mining Review. If you have a claim upon which tho reqnisite amount of work has been done, apply for a patent at once. There can no benefit result from waiting and much harm may ensue. By waiting you intimate to the world that the property is not worth the expense of a patent and invite the attention not of the cap italist, but of the mine jumper. When you invest in a mino make up your mind to put in more money for two or thro years before expect ing returns. Tho profits may begin to come in sooner than this, but the probabilities are that they will not. A mine is a developed property with ore in paying quantities, and lias a real determined value. A proB pect is a location, with the possibil ity, or perhaps probability, of some day deing developed into a mine, and is worth just what you can get for it. Mon aro apt to think they have the .first when in reality they nly have the second, and put on a price accordingly. A m'ne is a big thing; prospects are plenty, and few people m this country are too poor co be without one or more. and France. The French Govern men has been categorically informed 'tHafshouTd any British ships be captured while running the blorSaSo by French war vessels, popular agi tations would break out in England that would inevitably compell the interference of the British Govern ment in such a manner as could not be otherwise tkan disaereeble to France. Mailing Items. Phi'adi Mill, in the Paradise mines, fifty miles from Winnemucca, onrned down Nov. 27th, The fire is supposed to have orginated from parks from the retort, as they were retorting bullion at the time. It was a ten stamp mill and has been in ured for S2u,000. thousrh a wart of ho insurance had not been renewed. 1 and only 10,000 is good at the pres ent time. The loss of the mill throws A correspondent of the New York Times has made careful investigation of the trouble between the whites and blacks on the eve of the present elec tion in Virginia, and the facts, as he has gathered them, fill more than three columns, The story told there does not differ in the rtssential facts from that sent by the press correspondents, nor do we see that its sober statements conflict m any material degree with the rather warmer narrative of Senator Ma hone's. Whether the shooting was premeditated, or inspired by the presence of a somewhat larger num ber of negroes than usual in an ex citing election period, is left in some doubt, but it is indisputable that the shooting did take place without any adequate provocation,thatthe whites did the shootinsr, and that the ne groes were the ones shot at. First insertion Nov. 25th. Notice Tor Publication. The Governor of Hongkong has. just returned from a trip to Pvkin, where he saw the principal Minister of the Chinese Empiie. Ho is of tho opinion that China is resolved to fight if forced much further by France in the Tonquin matter. China, he says, has 100,000 trained men available for operations against the French. Notice was served by the Indian apolis Superintendent of Police, by order of the Mavor and Prosecutinar several persons ont or employment. Attorney, upon all newsdealers, that The belby smelting works of San Francisco give the market value of jold, silver and lead, and charge from fifteen to twenty-five dollars or ton for smelting. Who has got nr loa1 pisfn coll tne sale of liasli illustrated papers must cease. The offenders will be prosecuted under the State law, which provides heavy penaltios for violations. "ote w - l our uuiuer pects which until lust valueless. Now 's cnanged and galena it a premium, and those fortnnate enough to own r& invariably having the assess work done on them instead of xisting to thechanco of relocation The amount of lead ores shipped from iohavo county next year will be normous and we predict that their alue will exceed that of all other kinds of ore put together. News of tha Week. I Ksiaus tQi open - the in to country .ttftforeigners. Lorenzo "Woods, salesman for the mrdware firm of E. J. Post & Co. of Ubuquerque committed suicide last Saturday by cutting his throat with small pocket-knife. The President has pardoned Ser .cant Mason who attempted to shoot Juiteau. Orders have been sent from the English Government to postpone the ivacuation of Cairo by tho British troops. Bigelow, President of the National Allege of. Pharmacy, and thirty ight students have left the institu ion in consequence of the admission f a colored man. Col. Woolford, an unreconstructed Confederate and Congressman elect trom one of the mountain districts of Kentucky, has arrived in Washington. Ee is probably the roughest diamond tnat has received Congressional set ing since the Republic was establish "d, and in his own way he is certain to make his mark. Justice Denman, of the Court of the Queen's Bench, presides at O'Don null's trial, which begins Fri day. It is expected that the trial will be concluded Saturday, as only nine witnesses for the prosecution and four for the defence will be called. The committee , on the ' Tonquin credits' will recommend the Frouch Chamber of Deputies to grant the sum of 9,000,000 francs. Milwaukee is being terrorized by incendiaries. Senator AnthonyJmfe'a; severe atf tack of illness in1New York last Tues day night. j"; J. H. Anderson was shot dead by Judge George Denny at Lancaster Ky. last Wednesday. At Waterbury, Conn., T. J. Smith broke his wife's leg because their children were all girls. fosriED States Hvot Office, ) Prescott, Arizona, November 25th 1883. j TNoT3cis hereby given that Xamson S. Welton and "William F. Grounds whoso Postofllce address is Mineral Park. Mohayo conntv. Territory of Arizona, have this dav Hiea'their'application for a patent for one thousand. 1000 linear reot oi the L.ono htar veihfJfod6 or deposit bearing gold and silver together with-the surface around threo-huu-dred feet in width situated in tho "Wallapai mining distjiot.-eounty uf M have and Tor ritorv of Arizona f.nu dt-sitmated by tho field notos and official plat on file in his office as ldfNo. 38 in township No. 23, North a nortion of section No. 18 of said section No, 18 of township ho. 23 North of ruiipt No. 17 west, Giland Salt River meridian. Said lot No. 38 boing described as follows. t i wit: Bpoiunuicrat west end ff claim ou center of vein anu upper siuo oi uiuoverv suaic aiso known as diviiinc abaft fourteen 14 feet deep at a post two 2 inches by four 4 inches m diameter two anu .i u iu -fj . teoi uigu marked I in mound of stones on west end of claim it being the dividing monnmont be tween tho Lone Star mine and Silver Star mine from which initial point of original loca ion a sm-tll monument f stone boars south 80 10' east 300 feet: thence from said monument and post south 9 5Q' west to a post twr 2 by four 4 inches two and one half zy teet nign marKou jjl in mouna ot stonos on southwest corner or claim from which the corner common to section 18 sec tion 23 and section 19 in township 28 norch of ranee 17 west and raiieo 18 west. Gila and Salt River meridian bears south 23 40" wast 2948 feet and the lower upright of pellowa frame over mum shatt boars north 76 r euat 282 feet and upper corner of the shaft on "Blue Boy" viine bears south 1 10" east 1G3 foet to waton road, 195 feet to shaft: thence fr"6m said post and monument Routh 80" 10' east 189 feot to wagon road 209 feet to ravine 27G feet to wagon road 762 foet to big wash" 1000 feet to a post two 2 by four 4 inches two and a half 2 feet bieh mnrked III in moutid of stones on Routheast comer f claim fron which a sh ut -soventv live 75 feet deen bears north 1" 55 west 158 feet and & pine tree on top of a twik s uth of Gmsq wash baars south li'lr s we;t: tnwni from said bosf and monument north 9 50' east 300 to- a nbst two.2 bv four 4 inches two mid stone on northeast comer of claim from which a shaft seven 7 feet deeo bn irs south U X HtntVXll innir vu iniiui. tn.nl iron u shaft and highest peak south Canon station rd ad bears south 40 9' east: tbemee from said "post and monument north 80 10' west 230'fept to a wash fiftt feet to ravine 1000 feet a Dost two 2 by four I lnones two nd a lialfi 24 fr6 hicrh tnnrkod V in mound of stoics flt nortnwflst corner ot oin-i from which the air shaft one hundred 100 feet deepbers south 22 25' est 142 tot to Henkles trail 248 foet to shaft, and main shaft on Silver Star mine bears south 48 40' west 1C7 feot and northwoqt oorner of building ver hoistinc works heir south 49 ' e.ist295K feet and a shaft fortv 40 feot deep on a hill side on Lone Star lodo bars so-th 54 15' oast 300 feet to ravine 3514 feet to shaft thence from said post rnd mon ument south 9" 50' west l.'O feet to nost two 2 by four 4 two and a half 2 feet high marked I in mound of stones and nlaco of begining containing six G pud 88-100 ncres. The location of this mine is recorded in tho Recorders office of Mohave nonntv in book A records of Wallapai minin? rl;tTict,mf;e 111 which records are deported in the office of, the county recorder of Mohave county, Arizona Territory. Anv and all persons claiming adversely any poition of said Lone Star mine, or purr infc& ground are reanired to fila their "ad verse claims "wTI. the regisWjDf VntjIvvtu? Stales Smfiaonl! at Pesaf , - Arizona TerritotfV,- unrinp the sixty- .ayrrpoi-tod of unblication hereof or they wn bo barred bv virtue of the provraiom f tho statute. THPMAS WINS, Register. irirst insertion Nov. 25th. Notice for Publication, MlKEBAL A I PLICATION No. 129. United States Land Office. ) Prescott Arizona November 25th 1883. ) Notice is hereby given that Lamson S. "Welton and William F. Grounds whoso Post- office address is Mineral Park. Mohave county, Territory of Arizona, bavo this day liled their annuoittion tor a patent tor nf. teen hundred 1500 feet of tho Cordelia mine or vein or lodo bearing silvor and gold with surface ground six hundred bOO feot in widtn situated m Wallapai mining district, conn ty of Mohiive and Territory of Arizona and designated by field notes and official plat on nle in this olhco as Lot No. 40 in sections Nos. 7 and 12 of township No. 22 north of r.-llirrft W, IS woct. dUa nml Salt "River mnri. di:-.n. Said lot No. 40 being described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a post two 2 by four 4 inches iwi) ;u u a iiiin ieet uisu marneu j. in mound of stone on south end of olaim from which quarter section stake of section No 7 r.inge 17 west section No. 12 range 18 west townhhip i No. 22 north bears south 1G 28' oast GG1 l'eot and north cast corner of Todd mino bears south 37 4' cast 1283 feet and initial point of original location a stone monument and stake on conter of vein situ ate n north side of mino shaft sixty GO feet ueep uears noitn lb" 30 west 70 feet to trail leading from .Bobtail BaBinC'DO feet to initial monument theuce from posfrmaTKeTrnN' oO' west GOO feot to a post two 2 by four inches two and a half 2 feet high and marueuiv in mound oi stones on north west cornor of claim from which top of mon ument on Mineral Park Niggorheadbears N duw ' we.st tnence from said Dost nnd mnnn ment soutn io" 3U' east ICOO feet to a nost two 2 by four 4 inches, two and one half 2 foet high marked V in mound of atones on southwest corner olaim from which a pros pect shaft fifteen 15 feet deep, on lower sido ot lode, bears north 7" 55' east 398 feet and the cnimnoy of a stone house bears north G6'' 35' west. Thence from said post to a post nwrked I and plftce of beginning, containing twenty 20 and 6G-100 aores. j.uf locHtiou oi mis mine is recorded in tne Keeorders office of Mohave oounty. ierntory of Arizona in Book D. pages 522 hucl mining records or Alonavo county. Arizona. Any and aJl persons olaiming adveraolv any portion of said "Cordelia" mine or surface giound are required to file their adverse claims with the uegisier ot tne United States Land Office at Prescott in the Territory of Arizona dur ing tne Bixty daya period of publication hereof or they will be debarred bv virtue of the statute. THOMAS WING, Register. n The BuTEits' Guide is is- sued March and Sept., each year: 216 pages, 8x11 finches, with over 3.300 illustrations a whole pic ture frallerv. Oivf wl.n1n. Bale prices direct to consumers on all goods for personal or family use. Tells how to order, and gives exact coat of every thing you use, cat, drink, wear, or have fun with. These invaluable books con tain information gleaned from the mas kets of the world. Wo will mail a copy Free to any address upon receipt of the postage 7 eent3, Let us tear from you. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Tr. --1,,:c C'alea-n, Hi First insertion No. 25th. Notice for Publication. Afc Lake, 111., Fritz Baiiminel kil led Emma La "Veuve and then com mitted suicide. Great excitement prevails through out Western Montana over the rich mineral discoveries in the Cceui d'Alene mountains. Miners ana prospectors who have returned state that there has been nothing in tin history of the Western States ana Territories equal to the richness of the newly discovered fields. The minerals consist, of silver, tellurium and free milliner gold. One hundred dollars a day per man is being taken out of the rim rock of the gulches, while in the gulches 25 to S40 man per day is panned out. Eagle City, the principal camp, iB forty mileB from Heron on the Northern Pacific railroad, and there are now about 500 peoplo there. At the village of Jonesburg, Kan- Has, Sunday night, C. B. Hendricks and wife went to the house of a young man named Thomas Maguire, accus ed him of maligning the latter's character, and shot him dead. The evidence indicates that the woman did the shooting. Both were arrested and confined. Shortly afterward an unknown person fired through the window, wounding Hendricks in the head. Ho will probably die. Tho British Foreign Office, acting upon the conviction that the contem plated blockade by France of Chi nese ports would never be respected by English ship-owners, has catised the strongest possible representations to be mado to the French Govern ment to the effect that such blockade would be almost certain to disturb the peaceful relations of: England. fc TOBZACa JW As an inyigorAnt. H istetter's Stomaoh Bit ters has received tho most positive en dorsement from eminent physicians, and has long oceppipd a foremost rank among standard proprietary remedies, Its .prop, ertios as an altorativo of disordered condi tions of the Btomaoh, liver and bowels, and a preventive of malarial diseases aro no less "renowned, and havo been accorded emphatic professional recommendation. For sale by Druggists and dealers, to whom apply for Hostetter's Almanaa for 1884, ! Mines Aii Application No. 131. 'United States Land Office, ) xresobtt, Arizona fevomber 25th. 1S83. f Notice is hereby crimen that Alonzo-E. Davis, whose postofScev?.d4s&-4?H5rnw.i Park, Mohave county, Territory' of Ari zona, has this day filoduiis application for a ipatent for. twelyo hundred H200") linear teet of the Todd vein, lode or deposit, bear ing gold and silver, with surf-'ce pround three hundred f300) feot in width, situated in the Walhpai mining District, connty of Mohave. Territory of Arizona, and desig nated by the field notes nnd official plat on file in.this oflloe as lot N. 42. ombracing a portion of section 7 of rownsbip No. 22. north of rnge No. 17 west. Gila and Salt River meridian. Beginning at a post 2x4 inches, 2 feot high; marked 1 in mound of st ne on north end of claim from which qnur er-seation corner of section 7, ranee 17 wot, and spc- tion 12, rango 18 west. Gila r.nd S'.'t River meridian, botrs north 43 df 40 min west l'3YVi feet nd initial ooint of original lo Tttion a small monument bcrs pouth '14 lfg 7 min E GOO feet and mouth of timnol eventoen ft. long bers south M dear 7 min i sst G42 feot. and shaft 22 feet deop be vrs south 4-1 deg 7' east (3f9 foet: thnca frmn n :id post and monument north 45 dog 53 min e-ist 150 fee to a post 2x4 inches 24 feet high marked II in mound of . stoneR or northeast oornep of c!fim from wMrd post n irk?d III pu M lrjposn, 1st N irth Exton ji tn Or Plata Co. mine, lot No. 41 heirs lorth 42 deg 51 min east 541 fot and center f ul'ick bonlder on divide between Lay tip j 'asin and Todd Basin boars north 72 deg I min east: tbenco from S'ld p it tnd mon ument south 44 deg 7 min o ist COO foot to center of main wash 1200 fe?t to a pose 2x4 "inches, 2)4 feet high marked III in mound f granite stone t southeast corner of ch-.im, from which moutlf of tunnel 60 foet lone bears nerth 53 dog 41 min west 580 feet to wash 601 feet to mouth of tunnel: thence from said post and monument south 45 deg 53 min west 166 feet to trail 300 feot tpost 2x4 inches. 2 feet high, marked Iv in u-Mind of stones at southwest corner of claim, from which the larea cottonwood tre in front of ,T. P. Layne's hotwo. beirs -touth U6 deg 2 min wot and location st ke n 'Silver mino beiM south 6S deg 10 min east 570 feet: thenoe from paid post nd monument north 44 dor 7 min wot 533 fno to Layne'a trail. 1200 feet to a post 2x4 inches. 2)4 feet hifh. mrkod V in mound of stones at northwest corner of cliim from which face of cut 8x23 feet bears souib 85 dog 45 min oast 8i) feet: tbence from said post and monument north 45 deg 53 min east 150 feet to post 2x4 inches, 2K fee' high, marked I in mound of ptonos and place of beginning.oontaining 8 26'100 aores. Tho location of this mine is recorded in the Recorder's office of Mohave onntv. Terri tory of Ar'7o-w, in Book A, Record Book of j have conntv, Terrritory of Arizona, n-e 93. of which district records tho Conntv Recorder of Mohavo county is tho Custo dian. Any and all persons claiming a'v'rse'y any portion of sitid Todd rain or surface ground . -ire required to filo their adverse cl.iims with the Registor of tho Unitod States Land Ofiioo at Prescott, r'zona, during the sixtydays period of publication hereof or thpy wilfbo barred by virtuo of tho pro-visions of ttie statnte. THOMAS WING, Resistor. KINGMAN AND WE Wholesale and Retail -Se&bzs' in GENERAL MEECHANDISE, -A, AT KINGMAN AND! MINERAL" PARJf.'.y HIE JLIDQ,TTA.:RT:E3iR,S FEt MINEKS' SUPPLIES OF AXE H-NES - -. Whieh'Weare PrDparettTSeil at H3 JELl -Lj) Jrif j. I' V: MINERAL-; PARK 4& tot- AH Goods Sold at Mineral Park at sanie Prlce as at Kingman Kingman 31iHeral Park, mB13BNBTHY Sd CO., HACKBEReV, ARIZONA TERRITORY. I x3 On and alter August 1st I will run first class stage lino between Kingman and Mineral Park, Carrying U. S. Mail. Passen gers and Freight. m Stapes will arrive and depart as fol lows, daily (bundays excepted): mo POUNBS, More -or Less of BABBITT METAL &or.Salc chcup.nt tlxis ffice. ijeavo iingman Arrive Mineral Pork Lpuvo Mineral Park Arrive Kingman 7:U0'a. m. 11:00 " 2:00 p. m. 6:00 Have just rceived direct from San Francisco a full line GEOOEEIE& PROVISNIO CIGAES, LIQUOM, . TOBACCO, BOOTS AJND SHOES, Clotlaisag-, Wool & Spi'isag1 M ati'j&s Champagnes, Clarets, Bitters, California Wines, Dry Goods and Notion, PATENT MEDICINES All onr goods are naw and f renh and were bought by onr agent in San FmieiMe, trom nencetortn ve uavo adopted tno ioiiowmg motto: J. JP. JJLvlcLmt:. Eotes or fare and freight will be as follows: Faro Kingman to Miuoml Park, 8. 00 " Cerbat . 3.00 .FroiKnt paokageB lib to lOlba t 2oo 101bsto351ba t 50o " , 351ba and over, lo per lb A.. F. BIMONDS, Frop. Agents: GtuBLES Atwood, Kingman. Chasles Atwooc, Sriaeral Vaxkl V. tjt Have justi-eceirecl a iarge Assortiuenof LJLPIps, 'Dress-Goods, Gighams, Feints, Glo; Underwear, Hosiery, Shoes and Slippers. -( ALSO A FULL LINE OF v 'T GENTS' EUENISHLNG GOODS; Hats, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Etc., Etc; lUi addition to -wbich v?o carry a largo and well assorted stock of BfiOOHUKLHABDWJBI. 1 MIESMK t ?S5 Altjofithe nhmre Trill fce feljld ut BOTTOM nIOES for QkAlSH,