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(fSMOTAL.) . CHESEBROUGH !C zsamex t-r; rz ic-j. Hat remorse! from his old stand to the NEW BRICK STORE, .&rmfiCoTnmercia1 and Fourti? Streets, -ATCHISON, KANSAS. JliosUi OB sale Iirgest end Bwt assorted aaso' v STOCK. OF GROCERIES ! 'otloAl for' Cash, and .' VT. wiH at fold at o SMALL ADVANCE. t& i..J ' Tha&kf al fcr tha patronage he baa received ilnce he e sablished hit business In Kansas, he is determined to merit a eeutiaaanee of the confidence of his friends and the public snnDRXjGSMBDICINE ! -ofnVt ."t WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No. 10 Delaware St., corner of 'Main, Leavenworth, Efpisas. Have just received and keep constantly on hand a full stock of fresh and reliable Drugs, Medicines, faints, -Oils, Patent Medicines BRUSHES, & PURE LIQUORS Tor Medical purposes. Also a large stock of No. 1 COAL OIL LAMPS & LAMP FIXTURES, via Urn prices any House in the west. Oar coal oil to the beet over offered for sale in the western market. Especial attention will be given to tho Oil and lamp trade in keeping the best brands of oil and the latest tjlet of lamps constantly on hand. Will physicians and osntry dealers please call and examine our stock, nlO :EDDY-& ARNOLD. C. J. LEE, M. D., Respectfullp informs the citizens ot MarysTllloand vlcini, If, that he is permanently located hero for the practice of ....; irlltDICINE' "AND SURGERY. Sating had upwards of twenty years experience in the prac tleeof bit profession, he can assure those who (avor hiiawith Itelr patronage, that they it 111 reeeive the best of' skill and attention. Office and residence at the stone house on the kill at the east end of town. Rates of Ferriage Established by the Board of County Commissioners of Marshall County, Kansas, Aprilll, 1862. Ordered that the rates of ferriage across the Big Bfattfivet at tfit ferry ewaed by EL D. Wil liams & Co., crossing said river sear the city of jaarysvme, oe irom this date as folIowK Forfeetman.... .05 " loose cattle each - 05 " man and horse 10 " two horses and wagon .50 " one ypke of cattle andwagon .so " four horses andwagon - .75 " two yoke of cattle and wagon .... .75 four. " " .... $1.25 it six " " .... $1.50 11 United States mail coaches, four iAnMsr..A..t..A..n;....;. .40 Airpertbns witK onewsigon free. This certiEes that theaboTe is a true and cor rect copy as ordered by the Board of County Commissioners, April 11th, 1862. 8tn4 JEL 8. NEWELL, C'e. Clerk. AMERICAN - HOTEL. TERRY HUTCHINSON, tYAWggftg .TORT vr MaursTlUe, Having recently itted ttp and opened their large and commodious house, are prepared to tmeirttifif.emm: giH"atiaaotien ietil whe mmy-svrtaenre, mpu .$ T ) They LavLth miweet and moat eommedlena tUble in thws'Ti Wgraiiand nay: A EPHRIAMJI. 8AWO8D. ? ;. ' .UtrtiMMkrsAT LAW T PtU $HTpMtLCh -," , ' L rishHj slag fi ""Ck v-1 ' Knsm. j a.m fta I 1-7 am 6111K EDWARDS, , tsfcrl Wholesale and Retail Dealer in DKY-GOODS, OROCERIES, BOOT OnBroadWaKopo. iki Amerioan Hotel; MaryniUe9 Kansas ,r ' , MEW QQODS! I hare just recelTed a lot 'of fresYCroods con futing of PrugsJ" Qr6eerl'esl'j6ry .Goods, Boots and'Shoes, &c, whichr will -be soldacheap for ready pay. ,'A.E. LOYELL. MarysrUle, Jane 14, 1862. WM. McLENNAN, ATTORNEY AT LA W, nd Solicitor in Chancery. Ofice on Main street, Nebraska City, K. T. WU1 attend to all business in his profeasion In the several courts in Nebraska June 14,-1862: - KANSAS BOOK-BINDERY, EstabUsbetf 1857. JOeifDODS WORTH, BLANK BOOK. MANUFACTURER, On Third street, hehw Delaware, Leavenworth, Kansas. BLANK BOOKS ruled, printed and bound to any pat. tern. ForBanxera, ercam v-v - era, Journals, Records and Dockets, made ont of good p&per at eastern prices. magaaiHes, BBBjaPBou mv- -- inplainoriancy.biBding. - - itU em THEO. BARTHOLOW, WH0LESASE GROCER! ATCHISON, KANSAS. Tiroiildresnecsfully announce to the Mer chants of the Interior .of Kansas, that I haTea large and complete assortment of GROCERIES of erery description,-which I offer at rerjr low rates for cash or produce, auch aa Dry Hides, BaconrLard, &c.,&o. - - My stock consists In part as follows: lOOO sacks superfine and extra Flour, 800 bushels of Dried Fruit, JtOO barrels and half barrels Whisky, 100 bbls. Salt, 150 boxes of Tobacco, 200 kegs of Nails, 50 sacks of Cofiee, 150 ibis, brown and refined Sugars, . Molasses in barrels, half bbls and kegs,. Golden Syrup, Rice, Macterei, Herring, Spices of all kinds, L'ream Tarter, ooaa, jjs ters, Sardines, Condles, Soap, besides many oth er articles too tedious to mention: sufiBce it to say my stock is full and complete, being the largest in Atchison, 1 ana i can anairm aeu us wn as any House on the Missouri Rirer. MERCHANTS OF. THE INTERIOR, Are respectfully invited to call and examine my stock and prices, and they will be certain toUuy. All kinds of marker able produce taken In exchange for Goods at the high, est market rates. ... . m n!3 3m THJGU. JBAliTttUiiUYV. WATSON & BRACE, Wholesale Dealers in DRY GOODS, Boots and Shoes, Clothing and Outfitting Goods, 12 Delaware Street, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. MANSION HOUSE, SAMUEL KISR Pbopbikor, Cor. Shavneeand Fifth streets, Leavenworth, Kan. Free Omnibus and baggagewagon to and from' the' steam boats. Stages leave this House Daily. r.ftMUPRftlAI HftllSE. Cbri'Hth 'antf Commercial' Streets, Atchison, Kan- This Hotel it situated 1st the most pleasant part of the city and is kept in all respects aa a first-class "House. Guests may depend apoa being accommodated with well-furnished room' aad clean beds aad extravagant charges will sot be made. We have a good stable, aad will keep teams cheaper than any one else in the place. WM.;STRATTQNprwlwr. V LONE STAR BILLIARD ti at rrNo.110 Sstfaro. Y a ndc J 'j. JE.- iV- WYVJLUE, KAN. 5i CHA5. P.;XGB5m. N, uc 'stf .JfflMi SUECTIOHS, Be il6inedT tJt&irsmd Alder- men of the city of Marytvxlk: .. Seetiom 1. that Um jregnlar annnal election for Mayor, Aliemcn aid'ck otaeroflcers bylaw'orevoinaaevaiwxwqnlred tobeIecUd by 2he people shall be had on thenret Monday ef January in eaeh year in the reepectife wards at sodi placet at the mayor may direct' " ' .fte.2 The mayor shall giTe ten days notice of the time and place of holding"' any general election and fire days notice' in case of special election. ' - 8 The Section (whether general or special) shall be held in each ward by three jndgeB"of election to be appoiniedby the mayor1 and 3l dermen. Sec. 4 If upon opening the polls in either ward a vacancy shall existin the judges of elect ion, ihe electors present arehereby kuthorixed to fill the vacancy from among these qualified to act. ' . Sec 6. The Judges of any election shall be fore opening the polls appoint two suitable per sons qualified voters of the ward) "lo act as clerks of the election, whe shall take and sub scribe an oath faithfully and impartially to dis charge the duties of clerks. Sec. 6. Before receiving any votes the judgs of each election shall :severally take an oath or affirmation that they will support' the constitu tion of the United States, the constitution of the State of Kansas, and will faithfully perform the duties c their ofiice according toHw; said oath or affirmation shall be ?n writing'and shall be subscribed by the persons taking the same and maybe administered by any person authorised to administer oaths, and shall be' annexed and returned with the poll-books to the city clerk. Sec. 7. At 'Every election held under this ordinance the polls shall be opened at one and close at six o'clock F. M. Sec. 8. The city clerk shall at least two days beore the day setor holding any election deliv er to one o the judges in each ward a ballot-box and blank'poll books. Bee 9. The judgea shall recoive the ballot of each qual ified -voter offering to vote and deposit the same lu tne ballot box which shall not be opened until the polls are closed and the clerka shall enter in the pell books in amir hand the names of every person voting and that of each person who is rejected and opposite thereto, write the feet of such rejection, and the ballot so rejected snau do depos ited in a separato box with the name of the voter indsrs ed thereon. , , Sec. 10. The judges ahull have the power to preserve or der at tho polls and to command the ofiBcers in attend ance to arrest and take before the mayor any person wno shall by violent and turbulent conduct cr in7any other manner Interfere with, hinder ol disturb the judgea, or clerxsinin the discbarge of their duties, or any voter ex ercising tho privilege of voting, and for anysuch offense the offender shall forfeit and pay a sum aot lees than two nor more than thirty dollars. Sec. 11. At the close cf the election or polls the Judges wall prooecd to call outtthoballoUnd ascertain the num berof votes given for each person voted fcr and shall con tinue the counting without interalssiqn until all thebal lots arecountod,whon they shall certify the aggregate num. berof votes cast for each person and their certificate shall be attested by theclerxs, The rejected ballots shall also be examined and certified to in the samo manner as tho others. Sec 12- Tho ballots as they are counted shall be strung by one of tho judges on a string or wire and at the close of the count shall be replaced in thej ballot box which shall be safely locked and not opened by the judges or with their consent thereafter. Sec. 13. At or before the hour of feurin the afternoon of the day following Uiat of any election tho judges shall do liver the ballot-boxes and poll-boohs to the cityclerhat his office, and the clerk shall forthwith in the presence of the mayor and at least cne of the judges of the election in each ward (if a general election) or one judge of the election in which ward the election was held (if a special election) to co iint up the number of votes certified to In each undmaho a certificate statincat full : lengtn tno n each person voted for and the aggregate number given to each and who are elected, which certificate. signed by the mayor andattdstedby the clerL. Sec 14. That the clerk shall on the next day i tag the certificate aforesaid make out and deliver a cate under seal of the city, if the city has such seal, by.tke mayor, toeacbpenon elected, setting forth flee to which he is elected. , Sec 15. Any judge or clerk of election who shall com' Hence serving as kuch and fail to perform any of the'dn tics enjoined on him by law or ordained, (except for rea sons specified in the next succeeding 'section) shall forfeit and pay a sum of not leaf than five nor more than fifty dollars. Sec. 16. If any judge or clerfc of election after enter ing upon the discharge of his duties, shall by sickness or other personal disability, be rendered unable to act, an nother may be appointed in his place. If a judge, by the qualified voters present, if a clerk, then the judgea shall fill the vacancy; in such'case the person substituted shall make oath as herinbefora required and the fact of such substitution and the time it tooh place ahallbe noted on the poll boobs. ,. Sec. 17. Thejodflesor clerks of election shall not ex amine or suffer any one els to examine, the ballot of any voter handed in to be deposited in the ballot-box before placing the same therein, nor shall they 'permit any one but the voter handing iathe aaaae or one of the judgea to handle the ballot nor shall they allow any person than one of the judges topaandle the ballot-box under a penalty of not leas manure nor more wan auy aouara. Sec .18. It ahallftethe duty of the dry clerk to deliver a copy of thkordinanee to at least cne of the Judges of each ward of this city at least oae day previous to anyelectlba. Sec 19. Waentwoor Sore persona shall have an equal number of votes for mayor or any other elective oQceria this city, the judges of the election shall certify the same to the city council wh shall certify the same to the city coencil who shall , be declared elected ia the following manner: ther shall causa twelve separate ballots or slips of paper to be prepared, equal in size and similar is ap pearaace with the name of each candidate written upon an equal aasaber, aad neatly HaMed, witsuthename upon the inside; the albs ao prepared shall be put into a box and well mixed, eleven af said slips shall then be draa out by thcLCity dark aad counted as votes aad the per son having the highest number of ballots mm drawn ont shall be declared elected and a certificate of election shall be issued by the dart to him in the masuMr hereinbefore provided. tee. 90. All free white males over the age of twenty esw yeanwboakallbe dtiaeas of the United States or whe shall have decaared their intenttoa to become such and who shall have, resided Jsi this dry three months next preeeediag aay eleetioa, shall eatitledtsTDte foidty oSkers; aad aach.peraoas shall vttam us.wardsia which they reside at t trnta of slatttoa. 'tee. fl. "Krsry peasow wha'ahall vote r esssr to vote more than evea at aay eleetkm held la tais city fcr dry offloers shall BfMCoavietMa,beaaWawtlstIaaBtTa doSarsBormore thaattty doUan. tee. a If siy praam aaqaaHaedTe4er mdr this or dmssaca, shallkaowiayaad willmlly vote at aay election iathisdtylbrdty oaVeralae shall oa conviction be fixed set lesathaatveaarmewahaaSsXidellaw. See Sa. KofwsaasSsiatshsaasslaled Tatar aader this niiHasariisssllUwBilhlsil aasdisasja ska rights: aayswr- tovoteataay dty 1l -"V k . s - Si. H say pern faassMastths aieetioaef aayiimisnisiilsisir . ......,.. aaansj sasmm Messat noiasssah I -SmTrW r-". asMcoaftraadtheeemdlahaU Ixa tlsna aad place at withitwenty-our hears ater fling with the city council a notice a said centest, serve upon the person wheee eketiem'he aentetts a similar notice ethc soands contest, with the time and place at whiah the city council will hear anddeterDiMihasuttvaicMr Sec. 26. At the time aadlaee fixed by the city council they shall hear and determine said contest as in their judgment shall appear just and lawful and the decision rendered by the council shallall be final and conclusive. s , Sec. 27. The judge and cjerksoelection shall each be entitled to oaedollar Jot each day they shall serve as such. Approved Aoguat 12, 1861. THOMAS W. WATERS05, Mayer. P. H. PxTnns, Clerk. Dsiiwss Carbs. F. R. JACOBS, HOUSE, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. All personswishing work done in my line will do well by ealling one door east of the American Hotel, where I will guarantee satis faction. 6m n5 THOS. M. BOWEN, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Marysville, 9f arallsrtll Co., Kansas nl PETl&tt; GIFT,1 BLACKSMITH, MARYSVILLE, Kansa-s. SHOP on Walnnt street, in East Marysville. Porsous wishing work tione in his line will find it to their advantage to give nun a call. FRANK ISARD, Cabinet Maker A Hoase Builder. He is prepared to take contracts- for buildings of all kinds, and insures that his work will be done in a subtantial and workmnlike manner. Coffins made to order upon short notice. Fur niture and every kind of Cabinet work attend ed to promptly and at prices satisfactory to all He holds himself in readiness at all times, on Broadway, oae door east of the Union office, Marysville, Kansas. Jmn ELI MOORE, Carpenter and Cabinet Maker Maysville, Kansas, Will attend to the erection of all kinds of build ines with neatness and dispatch. Plans and spec ifications furnished. I have on hand a large quantity of dry walnut lumber, and am pre pared to make all kinds of furniture at wo. river prices. Terms to suit the times. n6tf THOS- MCCOY, BOOT & SHOE-MAKER. asmt Know all men by these presents, am that I make Boots and Shoes of all K sizes and of every description imagina- VsmVble, for those who may be so kind as to eive me a call, at No. 53 Broadway, where I shall always be on hand. My material is the best that can be purchased for gold or Treasury Notes. Come along and bring your feet, 1 can fit them; don't care if they are as uneven as a tomato, or so ugly as to make their owner blush. n f nu DR. J. HENRY McDOUGALL, Tenders his professional service to the citizens of Marysville and surrounding country, Of fice ox nnaAOWAT, one door south of Ai E. Lov- ders office in the same place. n2 & MAGILL, AT LAW, Kansas. in the County. Hai nd the District Court ea b. c. EAWKIXS. JT. S. XA01Z.L. J. E. CLARDY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Notary Public & General Col lecting & Land Agent, LOUISVILLE, - - - KANSAS. Prompt attention given to the varwss kinds of business that may arise in the counties of Marshall, Pottawattomie and the eenatks there- unlo.attached.. The best of references can be given. March, 1862, nltf D. BRUMBAUGH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC Marysrllle, Marshall Co. Kansas. TO Messrs. Humphrey, Terry, Co, and Derby Day. St. Louis. Headly t Can: Bowman k Co Grimes ft Carter. Atehisen. K. T. Baker & Cushman: Fowler 4" Zeiner: Noah Walker Co.: and Hon. John Thcinnaen Mason, Baltimore, Md. uon. saai. V. ijeeempte; Wm. G. Matbis; rerry Lowe; and Clark, Grnber k Con Bankers, Leavenwerth, K. T. Lykin i- Bovd; Van Lear & Britton, 84. JesnkMo. CENTRALIANUBSY7 We hava at CaatraUa. Vasaaha eoaatr. Xsasas, aboat 48,000 appbtwat, alt grafted, aai ef all tltLta. bere Mthe MeBtsstaamtaa-wesc. xaay nsjwieeatro o$ea prairie. If aay tress wSJde well in SSTf mast. Also a aaatatraf.Chrriesaad dtfoeat Tariettsor w.nh mwr '- . 'Strawberries, lawtoa Wachberries. acAc. ""T-" ready dariac thaTaf,.ia.aSfci of l mVpcfKcrttwastssTstesaVwiU trees f on fcrorsMs terssav Avm "f3 T? Kr,TTM taTat ato 5 MsgslasjyTaiat, dcbertre.ta y ,rti.-Waasar-acha.ge JiMJi Nursery, alrMaawaf -Fa fsSeaesj asM slack, flwesa a.vmaa4awastedasad axsamtae rr2 acaU Ivss aoythiag yoa traaaelaatiaaT i -VUlJathesS hatha -4 ell'saraare. iBsmsiL ..SjHnssJSxaT aaaaaBsK? tbf ofjk jatwtffl6- ISQV1&& -xssfrrisearjam&mMS SmnaWFTOTQLlJSr"" - 2nlhstrieteenrt U aa4-fw MarsfcaU -KaaaaS, IHwhnrliSel-ctMltihaTi JnnAD.ia62rifreaf ttelaReitlW! HWfMaali2. it and feva'ctockuP.-M. af said Mia y, oSeTtolr sale one wagoa -rmd on as the propajty e Jarred B. Ansden to satisfy said fe Mil . , ", .O.P.SWEABINQESrtoy -mjmww,j -, --v.-. " "tr' SHERIFF'S SALE:. John 8.' Codding use of John Frailer ' ' TS ' John A. McClellaa. ' I By Virtue of ai' execution issued ouYof flbe 2ndDiatrict Court in and for Marshall count Kansas,! will on Thursday the 3rd dayofJnl ly, AD. 1862, in front of the Barrett House Marysville, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said dav. offer for l. to the highest bidder, for cash, one bay horse, saddle, bridle and blanket, levied upon aa the property of John A. McClellan, to satisfy said execution. G.D. SWEARINGFN.SJiariSl' Marysville, June 19th, 1862. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. John JFrazier, t vs y T "! .TaVMat ", l Attachment. Notice is hereby riven to. JoeeDh Irwin. Jaehataa. christian name unknown, Peter Byrum, Byrumrchris tian name anknowa, partners tradinsr nnder the nana. Sna and style of Irwin, Jackmaa Co, non-reeidents of Mar- saauuoanty.Btateor Kansas. That Joha Fraxier, pWatSF in the above entitled cause, sued ont, oa the 2nd dayaf JuneA.D.1862, a writ of attachment before Wiillaaa '. us,a JnsUceof tao reacc, in and for Marysvilla Tovaa ship, Marshall Co., State of Kansas, and their property S attached, and unless they shall appear before the iiIiii at Jnsticeathisoffisjein the city of Marysville in said Town ship, County, and State on the 19th day of July A.D.lSCta the hoar of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. Jadgs mentwill be rendered against them and their property safet to satisfy the claim of the plaintiff it bcinc; seventy-two SaV larsandeighty-aixceats, 72.8. - JOHN FRAZIKB. By J. S. Masiu, his At Marysville, Jane 6,1862. "3 NOTICE TO TAX PAYEBg. Notice is hereby given that all taxes reaalf ing unpaid on personal property after the ilex day of June 1862, the treasurer is required ts issue his warrant to the sheriff to levy -and col lect such unpaid taxes. Chapter 114, See CI acts of 1860, requires the treasurer to issue hia warrant to the sheriff to collect all unpaid tanea on personal property, together with his fees for collecting the same. Persons will find it to their interest to pay immediately, or belts the sheriff serves the warrants, as they are neejr in his hands. A. . LOVELL, Treasure. Marysville, May 28, 1862. ORDER OF 84IiE. John S. Codding use of John Frazier, vs John A. McClellan. State of Kansas, County of Marshall By virtue of an order of sale issued the 2nd district court in and for Marshall ef ty, State of Kansas, and to me directed, drnta'd March 28th, A.D. 1862, wherein John 8. Cod ding use of John Frazier is Plaintiff and John A. McClellan is Defendant, I will on Tseeday, the 6th day of May, A. D. 1862, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M.,of said day, at the court house door in Marysville, County of Marshall and State of Kansas, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash all the right, title and interest of the defendant, John A. McClellan, of in and to the following real estate to wit: Lotone (1) in block eleven (11) with the improvements thereon, as designated on the recorded plat of the town of Marysville in the county of Marshall, then Territory, now State of Kansas, fronting fortyr-four (44) feet on Broadway and runniug back seventy-two feet (72) according to Brewer'B recoadedplat of said town of Marysville, levied upon to satisfy said order of sale- Appraised at $75. G. D. SWEARINGEN, Sheriff. J. E. C lardy, Pl'ntffs atfy. Sheriff's Office, April 5, 1862. 2 ORDERFPVLICATlOir. State of Kansas, Second Judicial DistriV Marshall County. Alexander V. Blake, " Plaintiff, vs Lewis Book, James Parsons, r Thomas Smith, J Defendants. To Lewis Book and James Parsons. You are h ereby notified that the above named plaiatiff has commenced an action in the above entitled court against you to recover a judgment against said defendant, Louis Book, for the sum of two hundred and eighty-five dollars and interest thereon fiom the 29th of May 1859, at the rate ef five percent per month upon a prommissery note signed by Baid Book on the 26th of May 1858, payable to John W. Russell or order, and to subject to the payment of said amount and interest the following premises, mortgaged by said Book to secure the same, to wit: The north east quarter of section eight, township two, south of range nine, east, in Baid county, to sell the same and apply the proceeds to the payment of said amount and interest and the costs of this action and to foreclose all of the defendants from all right, title or equity of redemption in and to said premises. Said note and security having been assigned to the plaintiff by said Russel. Now unless you plead answer or demur said plaintiff's petition on or before the 15th day of August A. D. 1862, the said petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered accordiag- J.D. BnunsAuaH & Sthtsos &Havkw, " nlO AttorneysPIff Publication Notice. State of Kansas, Second Judicial District, Mar shall County, s s. In the SecondDistrict eel for Marshall County.t ' ' ' William J. Wilson, " Stuart Wade, & James R. Hurd as Trustee. The above named defendant will take aetiee that the plaintiff above named, filed hie neiitiom herein on the 80 th day of June, 1862,' the objeel --nt4verof whihis to recover a jutfrment araiast said Wade lor$255.00 with interest at the rate of sixty per ecnt per annum from the' 18th day ef May 1860, due from said defendant' Wade, on a premmiMory nete dated Hay 1st. 1859, for $255.00 with interest, after matnrity until paid, at the rate of aity pr ceat per an xnm. due in twelve ii oath frees, thedate there fto the erder ef this plaiatiftY and tor a. da are ef foreclosure and eale et th 2f orthwett Quarteref section number nineteen (If) town ship four (4) range nine (9) in Marshall eenniy Kansas, and that unlese they demur er answer to the petition fted herein, on erisjfrrc thrjlh feptemher, 1862, eeid ;ptkis wlD a iajen as tme, and judgment mistwi JJsW- B?SSattfr4 fc.i v: 1 w' ?iT .&?.. 5 ; L r r,l "i.) "'