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Property for Sale. 6 HOUSES AND LOTS in Frostburg for sale—CUE API Must bo sold I Fob 18—tf JAMES KANE, Agent. etc.j for obtain pat id, France, countries^ chargO for examination cl juoucis or draw intnj. Advico lv muilfrr.o. p*tont* obtaiae.i thrai.-h up nro noticed in the IClEtmr'lC AILIIKICAIV, nhich has tho larffunt circulation, i n<l is llio itioct iumi ontial newspaper ofit 4 *!- '*<l publLvif'd in the world. Thu ‘l vantage*el filch a notice every potonteo understands. , „ Tbialargo and splundidlylllustrated nowa papor is pSblinheilSvEKrt I.V at $.!.20a year, and la admitted to bo tho lu st paper devoted to seicnoe, mechanics,inventions, engineering works, and otiier departments ol industrial progress, pnhiisliod in any eonnWy, Singlo copies by mail, 10 cents, bold by all newa d Address, Mnnn & Co., publishers of Soien ttflo American, 201 Broadway, New York. Handbook about patents inaiicd free. Nov 4-tf _____ Benson s -AWARDED- Gapdne 6 Porous -MEDALS- Plaster Tho Best Known Remedy for Backache or Lame Back. Rheumatism or Lame Joints. Cramps or Sprains. Nouralcla or Kidney Diseases. Lumbacto, Severe Achesor Pains Female Weakness. Are Superior to all other Flatter*. Are Superior to Pads. Aro tiuparlop to Unimrnts. Arc Superior to OintuicntH or Salves. Are superior to Electricity or calvaniHin They Act Immediately. They Strengthen. They Soothe. They V:cUTe Pain nt Once. They Positively Cure. f\ A B IV! n US Benson’sCandnePorousPlas ■ uiSillllw ters have been imitated. Do UHw IIW If v not allow your drnggifl to |>altn off some other plaster having a similar ■omidiug name. Sec that the word labelled C-A-P-C-I-N K. Price 15 cts. SSAUURY A JOMPiSON, Manufacturing Chemists. New Y rk. | BUHIC ItEirriCDY AT iVAST. Pn •• Me. WBEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER. April 1-y April Ist, 1879. Recognizing the fact that the relation ship existing between tho Counties o Maryland and the City of Baltimore is such that residents of the Counties have occasion to visit the City frequently dur ing tho year; in consideration of these facts snd the liberal patronage extended the "Multby” in tho past, I deem it but a matter of justice that some discrimination should bo made in their favor. 1 have thereloreceuciuded to Reducethe Price of Board to $2 a day feeling confident that the same will be lully appreciated by them, and nt the same time merit and secure an increased share at their patronage. Assuring them that nothing will he left undone thal can add totheir comfort during their slay Rooms without hoard, 75 cents and up ward per day. V. IS. UOGAK.Prop. Apr 5 P.iFb ■-Ar-W.-ii-,.-' 'jJBf.IJPl’Klp.L . FAItSER'S - P' I It' contains materials to the scalp and hair Rutorst ttißYOuthful Color to Grey or Faded Kalr Parker’s Hair Balsam Is finely perfumed and is warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re- I move dandruff and itching. Hiscox & Co., N.Y. j 80c. and 11 tUui, at dealer* Id drug* and tuuillclne*. ( PARKER’S GINGERTONIC A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer. t If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with overwork, or a mother run down by family or house hold duties try Parker’s Ginger Tonic. If you arc a lawyer, minister or business man ex haiittod by mentafttrain or anxious cares, do not take t Intoxicating stimulants, but use Parker’s Ginger Tonic If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma ism, Kidnoy Complaints, or any disorder oflhe lungs, stomach, bawds, blood or nerves,Parker’s Ginger Tonic will cure you. It is the Greatest Blood Purifier And the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used. If you arc wasting away from age, dissipation or any uiscuse or weakness and require a stimulant take Ginger Tonic at once; it will invigorate and build you up from the first dose but will never intoxicate. It lias saved hundteds of lives; it may save yours. CAUTION !—Refute sll lubititutoi. Piulur* Gluer Tonic I* csDiyowd ul the boitrviin.il lu 1 agent* in tb world,nnd imnttruly dilTvttiil fium preparation* of (jingi-ralune. Bend for circular (O r i Co., N. Y. COc. A $1 tut i, at dealer. in drug*. . CIUIAT saving BUYING DOLLAR SIZE. J F’U-ich and Insung fragrance has made tliis J <3*-I. ful perfume exceedingly popular. There J: In t.fii hlng like it. Insivt tmon having Flores* • ft tc- ; Cologne and look for signature ol 7 (?/jyC icox \ \ an ► .*ry bottle. Any drugrUk or dealer In perfuinary can .upply you. nnd 7A nut tiuc I LARGE RA\ I.VO BUYING Vic. SIZE. Miscellaneous Aflvcrtlsenjents. Esta/blisilecl Over GO Veal’s. tl IT TLE, T H~g]RjfiCJ EWE LE B !^l Christmas Goods in Endless Variety. DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, WATCHES, JEWELRY, FANCY GOODS, CHAINS, OPTICAL GOODS, SCONCES. Finest Display and Lowest Prices. LIJiiPA.ILII^ia'A'SPECIA.LTY 108 Baltimore Street, Cumberland, Md., Dec 3-tf O. JAERETT & BRO. Have added to their Furniture Business, UNDERTAKING BBANCHES. They are fully prepared to supply CofiL s. Caskets and Burial Cases, Trimmed in the FINEST STYLE for a great deal less money than the same articles are furnished elsewhere in the county. All our Funeral Furniture is upholstered in the most tasteful manner. We have recently purchased an ELEGANT HEARSE—the finest in the county—with which wo will deliver COFFINS, etc., purchased from us, Free of Charge / itf Orders by telegraph promptly filled. [Sept 18-y FURNITURE \ FURNITURE! J'lIE PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN IS AT THE NEW ESTABLISHMENT OP C[ Mipiiri MAIN STREET, ■ ■■ II lUllLlajOpposite M. Wineland’s Clothing House. Walnut, Poplar and Cherry Chamber Suits. A magnificent Display of Hand some Parlor, Diningroom, Bedroom and Hall Furniture. Cabinet Making in all its branches. yl would call your attention to my SMS> Undertaking Department. SSifeTfevSSiy Metolic, Walnut and Rosewood Caskets HHli ’ am * Coffins. Burial Robes and Shrouds ol all 1 have the finest Hearse in Western -’ Maryland and at all funerals I attend person ‘l Vf\ i thereby relieving tlie relatives of the do ceased of all trouble iu the premises. Call and inspect my stock and get low prices for what you want. Mar 4-tf C. F. NICKEL. Georges Creek and Cumberland E. E. PASSENGER TRAINS. Commencing Wednesday, Nov. 22,1882. (By Philadelphia time, which is 5 minutes earlier than Baltimore lime.) Fatly, Sundays excepted. LEAVE CUMBERLAND— -7.30 a m. and 3.30 p. m., for Lonacon ing, 0.00 a. m and 1.55 p. m., for Bedford, Pittsburg, Philadelphia and New Yoik. LEAVE LONACONING— -11.80 a. m., connecting for Bedford, Pittsburg, Philadelphia and New York, nnd 5.13 for Cumberland only. Round-trip tickets (good for the day) on Ihe Georges Creek and Cumberland Rail road at reduced rates, the Comlue or fur nishes "Return Cheeks" at all stations where there are no ticket offices. Apply a day or two in advance, at Haye Street Station, in Cumberland, or by tele phone to Vale Summit Station, lor carriage uirongemcnts beiween Vale Summit Sta tion and Duns Ruck unp return, at 50 cents pur passenger. (Excursionists for DAN’S ROCK, can leave Cumberland nt 7.30 a. in., (Sundays excepted) and returning leave Vale Sum mit at 13 noon or 5.45 j>. m. Railroad tare 00 cents for round trip. Railroad and car riage, $1 fur trip from Cumberland to Dan’s Rock and reiurn. JAS. A. MiLLHOLLANU, Dec 3 General Manager. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, (BEDFORD DIVISION.) ON and after Jan. 33,1883, Passenger Trains arrive unn ileimn as follows; .—LEAVK , STATIONS. ,—ABBIVK—. Mail. Exp. Exp. Mall. A. M. P. M. P M. P. M BSO 215 Cumberland 105 10 35 904 249 Hyudmau 13 31 951 a. m. 10 05 350 Bedford 11 30 800 i P. M. 13 35 015 Huntingdon 010 (I 30 340 710 Altoona 743 13 25 P. M. A. M. 850 13 01 Pittsburg 100 835 A. M. P. M. 430 11 30 Harrisburg 400 335 AM. P, M. A. M. ' 735 355 Philadelphia 11 30 11 25 10 35 (115 New York 800 755 ' —AUHIVE —• ' LEAVE ' 1 NOTE.—Time here given is Pennsyl vania Railroad (Philadelphia) time, which five minutes faster than Baltimore time. No change of cars between Cumberland and Huntingdon. Through cars between Huntingdon and Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg. Passengers from points cast ol Hyndman, for Somerset, take Ex press train west; change cars at Hyndman, and arrive at Somerset at 4 55 p. in. Tickets sold and baggage checked by PETER NOON, Agent, corner of Balti- , more and Liberty Streets, Cumberland, [ and nt the depot. ’Bus will call at resi- 1 dences tor passengers and I aggage, on uoticc left with agent. ; J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent. Tiros. A. Roberts, Superintendent. Jan 38 1 Cumberland Sc Pennsylvania Railroad NEW TIME TABLE 1 'TO TAKE EFFECT L Monday, Nov. 15, 1880. Passenger trains leave Cumberland at 9.15 a. m. and 3.40 p. m. Frostburg, east, 7.10, a. m., and 13.42 p, m. ! “ west, 10.18, “ “ 4.40 “ 1 SCHEDULE: r- LEAVE—, STATIONS r- AKKIVB—, I] A.M. |A. M. |A. M. P H 0.15 11.40 Piedmont 11.16 5.45 0.30 11.55 Barton 10.63 6.3 j . P. M. 1 6.40 12.10 Lonaconing 10.42 5.18 0.55 13.85 Ocesn i 0.20 4.57 7.40 1.13 Mt. Savage 9,40 4.14 7.48 1.19 Barrelvi'ie 9.40 4.00 \OO 1.80 C.&P. Junction 9.29 3.55 5 1 1.45 Cumberland 9.15 j tf.4o 1 -ABKIYE—’ LEAVE —' p „ „„ P. L. BURWELL, Nov 87 General Superintendent. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. ONaud after Nov. 13,1883, trains will arrive and depart us follows : CIIJI..RKLASD. Alt KIVU | WESTBOUND TRAINS | DEPART 1.05 a m No. 24 Express. ' I 3.50 am No. 3 Express. | 3:35 a m 8:39 ara No. 8 Express. I 8.45 a m No. 0 Accom’n. | 7.00 a m 3:05 pm No. 14 Mail. | 3:10 pm 3:30 p m No. 10 Express. | 3:40 p m ARUIVK | EASTDOUND TRAINS | DEPART I:3oam No. 3 Express. 1:41 am No. 33 Express. 3:00 a m 8:15 a m No. 19 Mail. 8:30 a m 9:50 a m No. 6 Express. 10:00 a m 4.87 p m No. 1 Express. 4:58 pn. 7:35 p m No. 7 Aecom’n, Nos. 0,14, 7 and 19 daily except Sun days. All other traius daily. Nov 18 J. F. LEGGE,Agent. [ pittsburg"division.] ON and after Nov. 29,1881, passenger trains on the P.ttsburg Division of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad will run as follows: Cnmbcrland. WESTBOUND. ~™B _ 353 p. m I No. 10 Mail. I 10.00 p. m 13.40 a. m | No. 3 Express. | 0.30 a. m Plttibnrg. EABTBOCND. on^berland. 8.50 a. m I No. 1 Mail. I 3.35 p. m •JtO p. m | No. 8 Express. [ 2.35 a. m Local accommodation train leaves Cum berland for Connellsvillc at 0,30 am.; re turning arrive Cumberland 7.00 p. in. On and after Nov. 20, 1881, trains on the Somerset and Cambria Branch will run as follows: Northbound Leave- Rock wood at 0,00 a. m. and 13.40 p. in.; Someiset, 0 30 and 1 15 p in., arrive Johns town 8.30 a. m. and 8.05 p. m. South-; bound—Leave Johnstown, 9.15 a. m. and 8.85 p. m ; Somerset 11.05 and 5.15 p. m,, arrive Uockwood, 11.40 a. m. and 5.50 p. in. All trains run daily. THOMAS M. KING, General Supt , E. I). Smith, Passenger Agent. Dec 3 the r>sasrcn3srHi * ] Williams crying Machines E ARE AC JtN'OWLEDGKD TO BE THE 1 BEST IN THE WORLD | They hare received highest Awards at tho Oontenn inland at all other leading t Exhibition* hold in Europe i and America. EVE2T tTACffIiHS WA2BAIIISD B7 TEE EAEEEC. j I’actorieo located at Montreal, Canada, and ] Plattsburg, Now York. THE WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING CO., , wm°fr i CATARRH ' WHICH has withstood all treatment and if of twenty years standing 0 please call at r DR. RDHL’S OFFICE. t EyFees paid when cured. Nov 13-tf e HIE MINING JOURNAL. J, B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Jo3Efu Womslky, Agent at EcUiort, Extra copies, - - - 5 cents, —for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. offlce,MalnHt.,Hltchln9Bros.Building TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION! One Copy, one year, In advance ft 51 •• “ alx moutbe, “ 15 ■''rostbnrg, Dec. O, 1882. HOW TO DO IT. A Capital Reference of Present and Future Interest, and the Little Trouble to Secure it. A handy thing indeed to have in the house will be the special edition of the B. &0. Bed Book, now in course of preparation. The surprising results of this year’s elections all over the country make a moat interesting study when presented in shape for ready comparisons. Of more or less interest just now in contrasting the past and the present, and the future as calcu lated fro.m the “might have been" will prove an all-absorbing occupa tion to very many people. In the new Red Book, which will bear the cleverly adapted title of “How 'Twas Done," all the figures are from official sources, being receiv ed under the seal of the secretaries of the different States, and therefore correct beyond all question. The comparisons and calculating generally are made by experienced statisticians and may be depended upon as accur ate. The scope of the little volume is something more than ever before attempted in a political textbook, going farther into details and Burn ing up facts more concisely than the ordinary run of such publications. About everything that one wishes to know is presented clearly and in telligently. The comparisons of the vote of this year with the vote at the preceding election are full and complete, showing not only majorities but losses and gains on Republican, Democratic, Prohibition and Green back vote. Where States have been redistricted congressionally, the com parisons are made in districts as now constituted, and in the remarks all the changes in districts are shown, as well as vary much interesting data relative to candidates, etc,, etc. The book will be an invaluable reference for use at coming elections, and those who take any interest whatever in politics should adopt means to secure a oopy now, as possi bly when they want it most the edi tion will be exhausted. The mere trouble of inditing a request to C. K. Lord, Baltimore, Md., will insure the receipt of a copy of the book ns no charge whatever is made for it. Al ready a very large number ot requests have been received, and envelopes are being addressed asiequests come in, so that the books may be forward ed immediately upon receipt from the printer. No publication of sim lar characlei can be procured for money. Like all the B. & 0. publications, it will be a gem from a typograph ical standpoint. As an indication of the value of the work, quite a number of prominent newspaper pub lishern have requested sufficient num ber of copies to send to their entire list of subscribers at their own expense Any subscriber or patron of this paper will have a copy of the book sent, him by forwarding his address, as hitherto stated, to Mr, Lord, at Baltimore. Choice Extracts from Drug gists.—“We know the value of malt, hops, quinine bark and asparogus composing Malt Bitters,’ “Best kidney medicine on our shelves." “Our lady customers highly praise them.” “Physicians prescribe them in this town." “The largest bottle and best medi cine." "Our best people take ‘Malt Bit ters.’ ” “Sure cure for chills and liver dis eases." Lionel Sackville West, the British Minister, while on a trip in Maryland, was arrested by a con stable for violating the fishing law and placed in druance vile. He pleaded that being a British Minister he was not subject to arrest, but the constable said that all sports when in trouble said they belonged to foreign legations, and he would not believe him. Minister West was finally re leased on an order from the State Department. Parents who allow their children to grow up with scrofulous humors bursting from every pore are guilty of a great wrong. Think of them pointed out as branded with a loath some disease, and you will readily procure them the Cuticura Remedies. The planters in the Sagna district of Cuba estimate the sugar crop at 50 per cent, below that of last year. In the other districts the falling off is estimated at 20 per cent. C. Hartman’s Boot, Shoe, Hat and Cap Announcement READ THIS CAMPAIGN DOCUMENT 1 Every Dollar Spent is Money in Your Pocket! GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps Trunks and Valises! Having Just Returned from the East with the Largest and Best Selected Stock ever brought to Western Maryland, and having bought direct from the manufacturers, enables me to SELL CHEAPER than any other house in this section of the State, Following- are a Few of My Frices : Ladies’ Kino Hutton Shoes $1.25 Men’s Waterproof Boots $3,50 do do Lace Shoes 1.00 do Heavy do 2.00 do Heavy Shoes 1.00 do Kip do 2,25 Misses’ do do .' .85 Boy’s do 1.50 Children’s Heavy Shoes 75 Youths’ do 1.25 Men's do do 1,00 Children’s do 1,00 do Bay State do 1,25 Men’s Oum do 8.25 do Dixon’s Mining Shoes 1,75 Lsdies’ Gum Shoes 10 do Buttoned do 2,00 4 All Goods Are Correspondingly Low ! I am determined to sell m y IMMENSE STOCKa t such ilgures that will fully convince any person who will give me a call that they are BEYOND COMPETITION by any house in this County. DON’T FORGET THAT Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises GO ALONG AT THE SAME RATES. C. HARTMAN, Main St., Frostburg. I AM ALSO AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED LADIES’ CARLISLE GLOVE-FITTING SHOES! Ask for J. W. BRIGHAN % CO’S Hand-Made Boots, Which are Pronounced to be the VER - BEST MADE IN THIS COUNTRY. Oct 14-tf X Ificcllancous Advert lament s. D J. BLACKIBTON. JAB. E. KLLKGOOD BLACKISTON & ELLEGOOD, Attorneys-at-Law, 3 Washington St., Cumberland, Md. Apr 8-y THE SUN. NEW YORK, IWWU. MORE people have read The Sun dur ing the year just now passing than ever before smee it was first printed. No other newspaper published on this side of the earth has been bought and read in any year by so many men and women. We arc credibly Informed that people buy, read and like The Sun for the follow ing reasons, among others: Because its news columns present in at tractive form and with the greatest possi ble accuracy whatever lias interest for humankind; the events, the deeds and misdeeds, the wisdom, the philosophy, the notable folly, the solid sense, the improv ing nonsense—all the news of the busiest world at present revolving in space. Because people have learned that in its ! remarks concering persons and a Hairs Tun Sun makes a practice of telling them the exact truth to the best of its ability three hundred and sixty-five days in the year, before election as'well ns after, about the whales as well as the small fish, in the face of dissent as plainly and fearlessly ns when supported by general approval. Tub Hun lias absolutely no purposes to serve, save the information of its renders and the fur therance of the common good. Because it is everybodv’s newspaper. No man is so bumble that Tub Sun is in different to his welfare and Ida rights. No man is so rich that it can allow injustice to be done him. No man, no association of men, is powerful enough to be exempt from the strict application of its principles of right and wrong. Because in politics it has fought for a dozen years, without intermission and sometimes almost alone among newspa | pers, the fight that has resulted in the ro ' cent overwhelming popular verdict against 1 Rohcsouism and for honest government. No matter what parly is in power, Tub | Bun stands and will continue to stand like a rock for the interests of the people against the ambition of bosses, the en croachments of monopolists, and thodis ! honest schemes of public robbers. | All this is what we are told almost daily jby our friends. One man holds that Tub j Sun is the best religious newspaper over 1 published,because its Christianity is tin -1 diluted willi caul. Another holds that it i is the beat Republican newspaper printed, i because it inis already whipped half oftlio rascals out of that party, and is proceed ing against the oilier half with undimiu ished vigor. A third believes it to bo the best magazine of general literature in ex istence, because its readers miss nothing worthy of notice that is current in the world of thought. So every friend of Tub Sun discovers one of its many sides that appeals with particular force to Ids imli- j victual liking. , ; If you already know Tub Sun vou will observe that in 1883 it is a little better 1 than ever before. If yon do not already I know The Sun, you will find it to he a ; mirror of all human activity, a storehouse . of the choicest product* of common sense and imagination, a mainstay for the cause ’ of honest government, a sculincl for geu- I uiiie Jeffersonian Democracy, a scourge j for wickedness ol every species, aud an j uncommonly good investment for the com j ing year, Terms to Mull Subscribers, i The several editions of The Sun are [ sent by mail .postpaid, ns follows: DAILY—SS cents a month, 80.50 ft j year; with Sunday edition, $7.70. I SUNDAY—Eight pages, SI.SSO a year. ! WEEKLY—BI a year. Eight pages of the best matter of the daily issues; an t Agricultural Department of uncqualcd merit, market reports, and literary, i scientific, aud demestic Intelligence make 1 The Bun the newspaper lor the farmer’s 1 i household. To clubs ol ten $lO, an ex- I trn copy free. | Address I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, j Nov 25 The Sun, N. Y. City. LX3ST33 STEAM BETWEEN BAITIMIIE*LIVERPOL Calling at HALIFAX and QUEENSTOWN. Each way. The splendid Screw Steamers of the above Line will ran as follows-. From Baltimore AUSTRIAN, • • • Tuesday, Nov 14 POLYNKRIAN, - - Monday, Dec 4 PARISIAN, -- - - “ “18 PERUVIAN, - - - - “ Jan t POLYNERIAN, - - - “ “15 PARISIAN, - • • “ “ 28 And thereafter every fort night. All steamers are appointed to leave Bal timore at 9 a. m., on their advertised dates. Steerage Passage to or from Liverpool Londonderry, Glasgow, Quceuslown, Bel fast, Bristol, Cardiff, Ac., at Lowest Rate. Very best accommodations lor Steerage and Intermediate Passengers. An experienced surgeon i a attached to each vessel. Intermediate and Steerage steward esses carried by each steamer for the pur pose of attending to the wants of the fe males and children. For further particu lars or passage tickets to and from Great Britain,apply to A. SCHUMACHER & CO.,Baltimore; or in Prostburg to J. JANDORF, Nov 18-v Main Slree HRS. VAN UVSKN't) LADIES’ TONIC. | A Positive Curs for alt Female Complaints. Ladles' Tunic I-. prepared by the Women’s Modlcnl In stitute of buffalo, N, y., and has been used suet cssiully by Indies for years. It Is a M.re <urt for M! I uu.do C< mpMlott. hick and Nervous Headache. Dyspepsia. „ud all weaknesses caused by those irregularities wlmh *te so common to womankind. This is no J’altnt A/rJuint, but Is prepared, after years of experience, and r • ow luenasti. Knowing that It willgive new iiteto any broken down, worn ou( or overworked membt r of the sex. If yon have tried other remedies w|t)i..ut mu '•&., do not be discouraged, but give " LAD!US' TONIC" a smelt (rial. It nevtr fails to give ,’hiJ antl/rrrw-i --ntnt ruitf. If you arc troubled with any weakness or complaint common to our sen, lay aside the d-n t.-r's pres, ription for once, anti try " Ladha’Tonic?’ which w guaiantcf will positively fjrry..u. Ouo 80. tie Is fiuiMcit :t. Aomen • Medical Institute Is an Association of H’iztt and Mothers of years'experience, who give advice aud answer letters from ladies., fret. I, be given for any case of Female Weakness or li .ibdity which •• Ladles’ Tonic " will not cure. This It a bonujltlt offer, made by reifonsibt* ladies wlioknuw front eiy.rtfnot wh.it "LADItS' TONIC” cao do. Send stamp for circulars. Sold by Draggiati. Prlot, SI.OO.