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.MAY SCMftO TIME-TAULE OF THE VIRGINIA' AND TRUCKEE RAILROAD. Yerlngrtaa, .esaperlatcadwas. UP TRAINS. ' Letvf He no. Leave Canon. Arrive at Virginia. 8:68 a!.' ES) a. H. 9-55 A. M. . " 7::10 A. a. " 11:00 a.m..'; 1:20 r. m. 18:30 r. M. 6:10 r. M. 8 5 M. W)wn trJins. " . , LeaVa Virginia. Uwi Canon. Arrive At Reno. MaTHT' 11:45 a. M. 3:'40 P. M. 2:80 f. M. :00 P. M. 8:05 P. kv fcjtfl p. M. 7:10 P. M. - 8:30 r. X. Up trains from Ren arrive At Carson at 8:15 a, ., 10:30 A. M. and 3:45 P. M. Hewn trains from Vtifinfa City Arrive at Canon at fcM A. 4:15 r. a. and 8:55 r. M. FAKE FROM Beae to Virginia rUsg to Car hi Caraoa to Gold Hill aad Virginia..... .....,".'.: ..3 00 too .. 1 60 STOCKS. MORNING BOARD. 586 !i.r, t )4 lA Hdjiumu IJ 7 870 Oould Curry, 4 15 ibi Bust A Belcher. 10 1 10 116 California, S 20 140 Savage. 3 ii loo Coumlidated VinrhWe, 3 10 lo Chollar, 8 69 fl Potosi, 2) 50 Hale Nonnws, JT 433 Crown Point, 1 60 635 Yellow Jacket, i1 1270 Imperial, 36c 190 Kentuck, i 80 Alpha, i 406 Belcher, I 80 100 Confidence, 6' 1060 Sierra Nevada 14 18 (76 Utah, 84 8H4 Bullion, 8 186 Kachenuer t 16 440 OTerman 180 1 Justice, 75 890 J'nion Consolidates, 17 lGjj 60 Laly By-ran 16e CO A la, 2',4 150 J alia, 85 310 Caledonia, 40 180 Silver Hill, 80 16 Challenge. 155 1IS8 New York, 60 101 Occidental. 1 85 186 Phil. Sheridan, 6 60 Trojan, 10c 88 Ronton Con., 1 Si 100 Golden Gate, 15 300 r'lowerv, 10c 300 Con.' ben ado, 95 lbO North Bonanza, 30e 600 Lady Washinjjtou. 40 106 Andes S5 ' 86 Ward, 1 60 M0 Scorpion, 1 20 100 Leviathan. 25c 180 Mackav. 10 60 Ewl'X, 1), KVEW1NO B4ARD. 40 Raymond 41 Ely, 145 Eureka Consoliaat 10 Jacksou, 8 mi 1 10 Bclin nit. 40c 100 Real Oel Monte.Ts 90 Leord, 15c JO till. 20 60 Northern Belle, 11 v 11 Manhattan, 90 750 Oraml Hriz.i, 1 460 Metallic, 80 8) Aryenta, 20c 100 Endowment, I6e 060 Helle Isle, 10 Independene, 60 10J Star, ic , 630 Day, 80 50 Tuscarora, 25c 100 Hillside, 75 100 Haradine,40e 1000 Albion, &u 76 Wales. 3 110 Mount Diablo, 14'4 150 North Belle Isle, 2 800 Mt, Potosi 125 IS1 E Mt. Diablo, 50 160 Beldin?, 40 860 Holmes, 30 HiO Bodie, IS Bcchtel, 1 35 60 McOiaton. 40c 180 Tinga, 1 80 400 Summit, 130 Syndicate, 1 10 15 BiUwer, 6 650 Qoodshaw, 70e IV0 Itelvidtre, 240 80 Champion, 75 60 Black Hawk, 66 109 Booker. Zi 480 Mono, 6U 16 Consolidated Paaflc, t 100 University, 40c tl Dudley, 45c . -150 Jupiter, 1 20 680 Addenda, ,14 30 Noonday,. 4 10 North Noonday 690 Orient, lc 900 Mammoth. 1 20 26 Boston Consolidated, 10 Oro, lYt 100 Martin White, 0e 100 Tiptop. 6? .... 149 Gen. Edwards loft for Chicago laat night His voice is still for BUiae. The tntffdn for a new trial ia" the kfcTOd-den-Bubcock caso will be beard to-iaj by Judge . King. - Governor Kiakead aad "wife '' left for' the east last eight. Ua. Clarke and wife ac company then. ' ' " ; .";..i..-i It ia 'easier fer ia 'eaaiel te go ' throagh tlie eve of a needle than for a woman to pass the section safe of Morris 4 Co. Adolph Shswe,1 a well known turfman iof Carson, ani ene ef the squarest horsemen that ever pulled a rein, arrived in Careen yeaterdaj.. . ( , A notion waa made yesterday afternoon ia the'esse of Geerge Perasica, oharged with as aanlt to kill, to dismiss the case. Justice Cary deuied the metien. ' i - ': The Ormsby county - delegates to the Democratic State Convention, Colonel Peter CsvanaughV Boa. O. K. Stampley, Edward Powers and - Samuel Loagahangh, left for Wiaaemticca last night.,;,; .. I . . Yesterday in the case of Ci B.' Gregory1 vs.H. Reinstein, the in junction 'was' dis solved and the Sheriff-ordered te pay over to fto 'defendant' the proceeds of the recent aale of the lleinsteir'prdperty.tl1'" ' . :''' Piano TcwrNct 1' JcofT 2eeXthI)iano moanfirtnrnr aad tuner of San Francisco. Gat; will "arrivo at Csrsoa City "on "or 'about thyiTtb of Mrfy." Leave orders fortrlnrng'or Mfiajring with A.' F. flentobeir,' Jr P. MedeT 4 t?. 'W.'Frind.'i -.y ..... ' 14,' la l THE ENGLISH QOEEN. HOW THE BRITISHERS BANQUETED HER BIRTH DAY STIRRING SPEECHIta BY.; PEARSON, CRAWFORD, P1XEEY, BRYANT AND OEOKtiE FRYKR A SCENE OP HI w , LAKIOl'S FESTIVITY AND ElOW I ,. . , OF GENUINE PATRIOTISM. -. . - As the festivities and celebration of the an niversary of the birth-day of her gracious Ma jesty Queen Victoria lasted until after mid night, a fall account could not be obtained in time for publication in the Appeal of yester day morning and is given below.'" " The gathering was held at Ueorge, ryers Hall near the railroad depot and every "blarsted Britisher" in the city was there to' and Hill sung a solo each, then Moran nnd do "honor to the occasion. The table was Singleton treated the company to a coaac loaded with the good things of earth, and the due't which must be heard to be properly en hall was festooned with' British and American cored. Then 'everybody sang a seug, told a flags. " 'l story or made a speech and things got so fast . - The gathering proceeded to organize at the banquet board, with Wm. Pearson, President; George W. Bryant, Vice President; David H. Leniz.' Secretary. 4 There then beinz no spec- ial business bttfore the meeting, the Presideut suggested that the health of Queen Victoria snould be drunk standing. I he words bad hardly left the speaker's mouth, when a shout of applause went up and those present rose in a body to second, and carry the president's popular motion. JNext came a fosuade of corks popping from two dozen bottles of cham - uaiVn. and while the shower of corks was be- ing dodged, and the drinking was going on the band played "Gjd Save the Queen." THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH. When this interesting ceremony was over the President was called upon for a speech and responded as follows: Fellow Cuu.tdrym.tn: Ia common with very i!.uglishmau 1 feel a national pride, in . . . - . . ci the anuiversary which we celebrate to day. To-day is graven in the heart of every Euglisb , whether he walks under the oaks of the British Isle or wanders amid the towering crags and gray sagebrush of Nevada. Ap- plause. Though a vast territory and a fathom- less ocean stretches between us and our birth place the wing of memory takes us back to the wave-beaten shore, which though sur rounded on every side by the sea is still the mistress' of it.' fProfound applause.! Etch I birthday of our gracious' Queen tells of the continued onward march of Great Britain and the permauancy of a power which has stood second to uoue since the forces of Henry the Fifth began the work at Agincoiirt, which the Iron Duke finished at Waterloo. ' f Prolonged heers.j I see above me the digs of America and Eugland twisted together emblematic of the peace of the two great powers upon the globe. ' Applause. We Englishmen are proud of America. The people of America whose progress aud civiliz ttion takes no second place ' id history, came from ' the good" old Euglish stock and Great Britain looks with paternal pride. upon his noble son. Ap plause. The Republic under whose laws we live to-day could not have sprung from any but' British loins. Cheers We have had eur differences, of course. What well regu lated family is without them? Laughter. But there will be no more, and the Eagle of the a : T u: .:n t . t ; f c. .-aiuc.,.. avciPuwiw w,o v. v. Marc. Applause. J Let na, therefore, drink to the health of both. Ah.id a .rood Keartv British cheer the quests iL . , , , j i i . i rose and gave the noble beast and plucky bird regular senu on auu. toast. Mr,. Bryant then responded to the tbast re marking:'' "Show me the mall bf any nation who would dare piucK a ieatner trora tne Eagle's wing, and if such a ihan exists, then show me another who would have the nerve to take the feather and tickle' the Lion's nose ith it." He sat down amid a' general roar and the baud played the Star Spangled Ban per. ; "THE TEESIDKSrTOASTin'.' TVia nit tnn.t mi "Trift President of tha 1L aitea atates, to wnicn Jir. iseymour riAiey taade tho following appropriate reply : " We Americans-t-Yankaes. I mean dont eelebratai r ' Wh I avo a new .deal, you see, every four years we are having one this year), and we haven't time to keep .the. ran'of the birthdays. ,, If l " ' '' --:r tJj-i' ' J- .t' rv i I we did, y'ot two dozen lace, in'a 1 1 ' . ...... " I ' Freaidenta and more wanting the hundred tear more we would ba j running a sort of hold-aver drunk all the time, Laughter. I respect your Queen as being a '""J " rrrfrr. Amenta we prefer a maa to run the govern' Snent, and U, S. Grant s tna man we, propose to nave for the Wit fonr years. ' Applaose , i ..... L V I uafiwt '-'-. --, a-w-.-.--. tc.J I here seems to Da sucn diversity or opinion here that I guess 1 il let tne matter I be decided at tha No vamber election." Tho speaker resumed hia aeat amid laughter and shouts of "Wood enaugn, wnue me oana played an air from Martha. . I THB KAQ 0 TBI tJNIOW. " .- - 1 The next toaarprODpaea, 1 ft .Flag taat VVaved One Hundred Years," was responded I to by James C'rawfard,' Superintendent of the jtfint, at 'Hows i ''" f; V Vu1llmort inipo wa--.Asnytw wvn.. m i aneuia Da fastening in tneir nr.. C..I-.L r...... I n ft. I world terms an orator, but I am an American' .ftS fWnft tSei VeTlaarned nUMD, a hi did iiTss uu umi wu wui aw i 18. tWtnmSDt 18 dead that he oanndt rise to his feet and talk when the nam tjoned: Apiladi QueahV birthday f his ctwntrj's flan is men- m. -jbe' eldest uiu oY'ttol. Ellis. - He is r ,fr KW eaj ieait&Tb' nftr tegcbee.wb aieaiplary in-' spreads, and in fact any Jdustry L which fact. Uken together with his spreatl,' but I most nonestly confess that IBstnral cleverness, makes it aafa to predict lika say flag better than I do yours Hear. I herj, and I'm going to keep on liking it. When it Co rues down to the square merits ef the case, I like my couutryuteu better than I anybody else on earth. As fur you English, of course we can whip you, bill I'd a heap rather eat with you thau with you, and that's more lhau I can say of a good many people. Loud lauithter.J Now if you will let me off here we will have a song from' the boys on my right. MUSIC OF ALL KINDS. - ' In response to loud callg, Mesaers Moran, Singleton and Pearson sang an' American air I whicu was loudly appiauaea. iiujii came I some music by the band, and Messers Smart 1 ana iurio8 tnat tne ArrtAL, reporter ioiiiiu u difficult to keep the run of the performance I There must have been a hundred speeches I made and as mauy songs sung and presently I each man who could bidet, set up a , Sort 01 Boston jubilee on his 'wahook,and the baud was Wrest ling with as lnany tunes as they had I instruments, me oeautuui oienuing 01 "uoa Save the Queen" on the bass horn, with the I Star Spangled Banuer on the E flat cortitt I and a French air on the bass drum, was leudly I applauded and seemed to tuny, inspire tne I guests with the true spirit of the entertain I incut. .1 J.l ME. FRYER 8 8PBECB. Finally Mr. George Fryer was toasted, and amid the acclamation of the crowd Vse to his feet WBne there was Aileuca se kolute that the aroppirtg of one of the musicians from ihe grand staud ceuid be distinctly heard to the j remotest corner of" the room. Fellow Countrymen: Hit hoffers me the J 'jghest gratification to be hable to meet you hall in one 'jl on this glorious hanniversary h,f 'er Majesty the Queen hof Hingland, I Hireland and Scotland, likewise the Hempress of Hindis, the gr k; est realm hot hill the hearth. : ; Applaueej You know l don c mane speecnes lion and like Pearsen and the balance of the boys, bi t when hever the Q'.ieen wants -i sent hotf my place his hopun. continued applause and loud shouts of Hi, Hi.l Here a shoWer of floweis was hurled at the speaker and all rose to their feet to drink a parting glass of good wine to George Fryer, the solid British citizen whose devotion to his old country never flagged. It was then resolved to meet again at the same place in one year, when the company separ ated at 4 o'clock yesterday morning with three rousing cheer !oc the Queen, and the baud (part ef it) playing "Home Sweet Hj:ne." Reuinbscences of "Dutch Nick." The following recollections of ''Dutch Nick" are published by Dan De Qrille in yesterday tnorning Enterprise, and Will be read with interest by the old timers who knew him: Nick was quite a joker in the early days when he was in good ho;tl'h and spirits. Tin writer stopped at his place when his was the ouly house in what is now known as Euipire City. .Even then the real name of the place was Empire City, but it was always spoken of "v tQ wa . f u show 1IST ElIlD re CitV las a large town, with a fine pluzt and some ne streets. iieu askea about tnif city on PPr Nick would take his visitor at to the I back door of his place, and, beginning with Lhe p,H2i (which W;48 really there); would point out the Uourt-i.jurs. the postottice, and wiiole blocks of big stores and shops, which were only to be found in his imagination, yet yon' were obliged to see it in . order to get through with the business.' "You see the Court-house, don't you 1" "The Court-house!" ; "Yes;-that tine,' big brick building on the west side of the plaz.t the one with the bell on the top you see, it now?" - - . .- . j "Oh yes has a portico in front f i ."Yes, 'big marble, columns dew columns. all tine white marble. The church you see pVer,. there u only, lumber .i .JKnibr, . . I linM. a nitt ,(U..hin was neadud nt'os- yet it is a fine spire ' It is 150 feet li4hluo high, I fear, for a place so windy. We shall lt.tl - s-. maKe our nezc cnurcn or icon, ana tne spire, on and ive tme a fene descriptie'n of the town. Wheu, except his own place, there was nothing but sagebijusa) to ba seen for Uea in auy di rection. . Kjick.. that Mark TwiLin WR,.d hi. it. irv'.ASI hl4 VMM f.iim a . TliWnli brated " Hopkins Murder," which was copied and commented oa by tnost of tMa California PPr a horrible fact, and which drew pers sold by the story. All old-timers will Jecollet the yarn which, briefly, was to the effect that a man named Hopkins, living in a ju.tle cabin in the big pine fortwt near Dutch Niob'a .laf (K. l..o I.!. ..,! threats of nine r ten 8ns aud .daughters, nen cuttiag his own throat, and mounting a horse, rode to Carsou, where he fell dead in Mront of the Magn dia saloon., Deseevbs Casarr. At the examination of Bte'a snodef olaaa in grammar yesterday jhere M bllt one b- Tne Mme 0d storv, WjU, boa exenaa Or another th. boya are l,UaIly Uken out'oi school or allowed by Jfaeir parents7 H'o ; "absent tb rm'ulvet this memories, oy " during Jthe' unnecessary. I he vounc gentleman who aUye' by his work is Adrieu W ha will aueesMd i bis atudiaa. School Examination; The examination of the advanced division of Mr. Howe's class in grammar took place yesterday, and the pupils acquitted themselves well. The subject was taken up at the very beginning, and the discussion of topic after topic, briefly, extend ed through the correction of a number of Demlexinsf examples of false syntaxT There was never a more accurate and searching test of familiarity with the principles of our lmguage witnessed, and a class, as a whole, never responded better to faithful teaching. Jimmy Black, a well-known gentleman of chance, has returned to this city with the idea hf making Carson a permanent location. He contemplates opening a place where men of money and leisure can wile awly an hour or - i ... , ' t I . f so investigating whether coppering the ace or playing the trey straight can increase a man's exchequer as fast as working in the Como TU'.rict at $4 a day. Tht people of the Co in stock take a great in terest in archery, but as yet Carson which hs every natural advantage for the sport has no archery club. John Dix however, has sent east for some bows and arrows of the latest make, and before long we may expect to see a club which can beat the "Merry Bowmen" of the Corastock. The New Road. Work on the new road to Bodie will begin about the first of June and 250 white men will, be put to work at once, I. E. James, the civil engineer has been over the proposed route and believes that the read can be built with very little grading, Benton's Staoe. On and after May 28th Benton's stage for Lake Tahoe will leave daily at 9:30 A. M. until further notice. J. M. Benton. A FINE THING FOR THE TEETH Fragrant SOZODONT is a composition f the purest and choicest ingredients of the Oriental vegetable kingdom. Every in gredient is well known to bave a beneficial effect on the teeth and gums. Its embalm ing or antiseptic property and aromatic fragrance makes it a toilet Inxnry. SOZO DONT removes all disagreeable odors from the breath caused by cartarrh, bad breath, etc. It is entirely free from the injurious and acrid properties ef tooth pastes and and powders which destroy the enamel. One bottle will last six months. Mr. Cohn. Few people know exactly how to select dry goods, and few are so for tunate as to have a dealer who will do the square thing by them in thechoiceof suita ble fabrics. Mr. Cohn has earned an envia ble reputation as a man who knows exactly what his numerous customers want. He has just received a fresh Jot of ladies goods of all descriptions, and some of the most tastefully made up dolmans that were ever brought to this cit- He has also on band afresh stock of everything that thegentlersex need ii the way of hosiery, dress goods or nnder- wear. tf Attention ! The greatest wonderyet dis covered iu medicine is Mrs. Dr. Howe's i celebrated rheumatism, neuralgia and tooth ache cures. Would von rather suffer the pain of having a tooth drawn than buy a bottle of Mrs. Dr. Howe's too thach medi cine ? Mothers should not be without it for j their infants.' A few drops in a little sweet ened water to swab a teething baby's mouth will instantly, relieve the little sufferer. The medicine does not cauterize, and is very pleasant. Sold by alldruggists. mh7 INVALIDS ' ' ATO OTTTETM BECTTTO STRENGTH AND ERERGT, WITHObt THB VSS O? 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Prematnre Kxbauatiaa aaS lae many sleonir cou4qane of early iaaiaare skm, etc., are eapeaally beuesaed by eeaMltisuj Sw oentents. - ' The ELECTRIC REVIEW ezpases tka BBsnittgatea' trsuta practiced by quack, aad medical taapostora was proles, to " practice aedteiee," aad poiata eat ts and BodJy anerr. eaiy mi ip, Kmpii-, ibm cdkwii roaa ia snmu, vsjol Send your address ea postal ear ar a copy, aaf albrfiwtioa worth thou, an its will ba saa jea. ,. -, AdSrua, the publishers, . j . iLvt PULVERMACHER 6ALVAKIC C8 SIS Mon tyomerry Mt., San Franoiaea, Cat OFfEU FOR WALK THREE HITKHRCD l acres of and, with dwelling huuae, barn andf sheds, a I I : v M j.. ... i .u'-a . .... 11 . .1 I ior a milk ranch, 6'ables aud stu ds enough to aceoruuio date on, hundred onr can cut from seTejrty Are ,Va ene hundriHl tons f hay; also Veetahre gTounda." I also oiler for sale from 800 to 500 head of graded Angora ewes, grade rom 8-4 to 15-16, together with -three full blooded bucks rom imported stock. For price and particulars inquire of . nvl6-tf 8. T. 8WIFT. Warm Spriaca. Tt4vV'u ' txtI W PuV r TXT tpn-pinw iOuaranteed to cure protppUr and permaqeotrj overy se of Oonvrhoja,! Bt-a' aodWhitas, Jto matter f How lone standing, if directions are followed. Internal Deditrioesnot reeatnmendjed W niswsaiy. A aara gaar. 1 Mi teed or money retundni FW sale At B. F. Foster. Di rbotiona In Buglish, yrensh, Sparlsk a ftannan. , BthMa Ann A WEEK. fU a day at home tasilT maoia. Costly IP I it Ootat f raa Address iTue a ua., Asysa, smstas. HEMiTTKI S E LLi ai C C UT1 SELLING OUT! SAILING FOR A NEW CLtMA-E W QTHEE WIN3S. L. MORRIS & CO. ARE SELLING OFF REGARDLESS OF PRICE! 300DS (ITtD LESS Hi' AN AKY 0THE3 H UU I THE STATE! CAL1 fJOO.V AM? 8MCRE BARGAIN. Carson,' City. Nov., May 7. CL03N3 OUT BUSINESS. O'vTIJSO TO POOR HEALTH I AH ' fjelled to seek utlier parts for a change uf UtnAls and hare found it necessary to dispose of my KurniMf Business entirely. 1 therefore now offer my sloes, of , , Fine walnut FJHN1TU3E AN 3 BEDDING AT COST, AT MY 8TORX 4' , 1 9pr!ng-3eds, Mattresses and Lounge a Will be sold so low that it will tw cheaper to boy new tXca to nave uie oiu repairea. 8 Fall to Avail Yoaraeir f pportDaity. Cliaa. -Xitsmeyer and C. H. Maish are authorised te collect all accounts and transact all busiuesa during mj absence Very ..espectfull , GEO. W. KITZMJCYKB. Carson, May 1, 1880. Miss U. Brothsrs. Miss C. R. Bsonwaa MISSES BROTHERS, LEA I) I WO M ILL1 W EES, BATI OB Hand a large asto: tnieut of the latest styles of fpmED B3HNET3 AND HATS ' Constantly reeeiring latest corelties in FREXCH MILLINERY PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO ORDERS. Gil J Street Sacramento. BIlNGij 8T0BE, AOAMV SLOCK. CARSON CIT1. myetf KEW BLACKSMITH FIRM. McLara'n, Ciebeau fc Jeffersoru r rBW rtfvr.vlWn ChtfiTIwa HAVE opened- a blfeksmitbine; Es tablishment go. fall street,' adjoininir the V. 41 T. h. R. Prer ht iieo t where thev are prepaed to do all descrintrons of work, light or hea m trie wagon-maklajr and t lat-ksmiui ing Jine. j t i :. T.M.? "I r We olaim to (be able to fo the best shoeing in Carson. Prompt attenttoa grlypa te ardent, aast sll -warb aaaraaSecMl to arlye aaliatacMaa. ., J " McCaren. Clebaau A Co. - ' i it , i -,, - ! JACOB TOBRIMER, ' " vtiiumxM iitB Rvr4ii DrLBft ni , 'J., ti i 't!i(t: ''.'' ' 1 " M PORTED AND OOMESHC CrQARS, i PI PES. - SMOKERS' AffTICUES. ..Kte.; i I.'': :i ..4W3 . if- ARUNCTON BLOCK; absom crrv.... .... NryAoA. MULIER'S TONSORIAL JA100M. . i 1 . C r h--.-.. ! .-' . ' H4V1NO, .JBAIKfCCTTINO Al SHAM F OOIll : ...... . r -7 w s Iaftkr the most a pp rot bp stt ' " .vii).-l.y;n 'li'.J..', j Tla.o Seat Batlis , Bf THK fcrTT AT " -" ( s. .... .. .' Ill ; if Sfall-ra. Ist Paar t Coaaty BalMlac. .3 t.I aplS.,,.,:! . . . .. .."- -. t ? tit-.. : : r f- 'J I THr SAZARAQr r.-i sV -EAtT, '-PatOrBlIETO . .-i ... , -'T ' TOE CHOICB6T OF M I ft FS. LIOUOR3, ALWAYS ON BAND. CIGARS Wrom mAd (rreninr till the fray el dawa l Xoe Uuraty travelvi' trrasp Ul meusns J. H. U A fl O II A L La ..as. sa a ataaaa a a a ' AGENT FOR II OMR MOTCAt. . AND OTBSR It IN43 INWBINCI COMPAN11 OSBew a Jaka . Vaii o, mt.