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M i r 7 '(, rí rl O f VOLUME XIX, SILVER CITY, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1803. NO. 1Í8, ttortt$x at gKI.ii & WBKillT, Attorneys. BILVEB C1TV NEW MEXICO. & ANCHETA, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. OfTlee In Enterprise Biilldlnii, SILVER CITY NEW MEXICO Will nraotloe In nil the ennrt of the territory. JICHMOND P. BARNES, Attorney at Law, Office cornet Broadway and Main strict, BILVEK CITY NEW MEXICO L. riCKETT, Attorney at Law, SILVER CITY NEW MEXICO JAME8 8. FIELDER, Attorney at Law, Office over Silver City National Bank, Rooms It and it SILVER CITY, NEW MEXICO. fp F. CONWAY, Attorney at Law, SILVER CITY NEW MEXICO H. HABLLEE, Attorney at Law, Office Rooms 3 and 4, over Rosenberg's Store, Sheridan Block. Entrance on Broadway. BILVER CITY NEW MEXICO Q.IDEON D. BANTZ, Attorney at Law, Opposite White House Saloon. SILVER CITY NEW MEXICO rjMIOS. S. HEFLIN, Attorney at Law, Up-stlrs In Exchange building, SILVER CITY - - - NEW MEXICO g B. GILL&TT, Attorney at Law. Onice on Main Street, ILVER CITY, - - - NEW MEXICO. IJhns'nians gurQeons. "yyiLL. T. WILLIAMS, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Office In.Dr. Stephens' old Rooms. BILVER CITY, N. M. Q-K0- T. KIMBALL, M.l)., Physician and Surgeon, Corner Main Street ard Rroadway Ofllce Hours from 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. SILVER CITY N. M. Q A. HUGHES. D. D.18., boom 1, Sheridan Building. Entrance from Broadway BILVER CITY N. M. I O. O. F. . James L. ItldRely Encampment No. 1, meets the 2d and 4tli Wednesdays of each Month. Viaiuujr patriarchs cordially invited. ANUUKW SlAUDT, C. 1. J. J. Kkllv, Scribe. IO. O. F. . Isaac 8. Tiffany Lodge, No. 13, meets at Odd Fellows' flail. over pont-ofllre, Saturday even iiks. Members of the order cordially invited to attend. J. M. luimu, N. U. C. L. Dotson, Sec. O. O. F. " . Ban Vicente Iodt?e, No. 5, meets every Monday ntidit at Odd Fellows Hall. Visiting brothers Invited. WILLIAM OWENS, N. U. .M. li, Maukí, Sac KA. M. Hllver City Chapter, Ko. , at Masonic Hall. Kt'ttular convocations on 3d Wednesday evening of each month. All companions Invited to attend. M. V. Cox, H. F. U. W. Lucas. Sec. F. & A. M. . HilverClty Lodge, No. 8, meets at Masonic Hall, opKslte Tliium-r House, the 'Jhiirsilay evening o or before the full moon racii month. All visiting brothers Invited to attend. M. H.Twombv, W.M. TlABHrW, Lucas, Sec. KOF P. . Meets 2d and 4th Tuesday nliihts In each month, ul Odd Fellows Hull. YImUiik knlelils Invited. 8. W. Flkmimi, C. C. O. A. Huoheh, K. It. & 8. AO. U. W. Meets on the 1st and 3d Tuesday ntirhts n each month, at Masonic. Hall, Follow work men cordially Invited. J. M. FmiTttu, M. W H. W. I.iiias, Keo. lturchts. T E. CHURCH. 1V-1. Hervlees at the ehuroh, Broadway, near the Court House, every Humlay at 11 a. in. and 1 p. in. Sunday School at -M a. m. Kav. W. 8. itch, A. M., faster. CHCRC1I OF THE (l(M)I) HIlliPHERD. Held lu the Episcopal Mission room, (ser vices every Humlay at 11 a. m. and a p. m. buu day school at lit a. m. Come and Join us. A. It. LI.WYU. JAMES C01H1IN, Real Estate, L'lnlng.Loinaiii Collection Agent Office uu Mam Street, SILVER CITY NEW MEXICO Notary Public for Orant county, N. M. Com Inlssion.T of Ijneils forAriioua Territory. All kinds oí re:il est.uu ou baud and bouulit and (old on commission. J AS. 8. CARTEU, Notary Public. Office in Silver City Nuhonul Bunk. Biivkr Cirv, - . New Mbxioo. jA!ti(V w. LCCAS, Notary PuMlc. OH!: .a I'ototoUlce Buikluig, blLVEUClTV, . NBWMIiXiCO. M4ISER BCOS' Eart:r ShcpEath Rooms The Ileat Vlmen la The, Hy To Oct a nice easy shave or a good bath llroadway, Hclow llnllard St. Joseph Merk, Horticulturist and Landscape GARDENER Best References Furnished. SILVER CITY and DEMINO, N. M. E. BCRLIN'OAME, Assay Office and Cíieeal latoraíorj, 448 Ijawrence Street, DENVER, COLORADO. Samples by mnll or express will receive prompt and careful nltention. Hold and Silver Ilulllon rellued. melted, assayed or purchased. &c. Mrs. 0. E. Colby, Hi mubss Maker Silver City, New Mex. josr: AziiroZiS, Cleaning, Altering, And Repairing Clothes. Back of Dr. Bailey's drug store, Market Street, - - SILVER CITY WM. STEVENS. riNOS ATL03 eeiijjiverf Pinos AHo. New Mexico. t iiii im y t' ' n DAVID ABRAHAM, Frop., FURNISHED ROOMS. BATHS FREE. GEO. R.BROWN, U. 8. Deputy Mineral and Land SURVEYOR, filLVEK mr, N. M. tCOIIkeon tanaee fitroet. Q. W. VERA, OILS, LAMPS, GLASSWARE. Lubricating and Coal Oil -a specialty. SILVER CITY, - NEW MEXICO DENVER public PUBLIC SAMPLING WORKS CO. OREATESTORE MARK. tT IN THE WORLD. GOLD, SILVER, COP. PEH AND LEAD OHEÍ SAMPLED AND SOLD 10 HIGHEST JIDOER. DENVER, COLO. JONES' MEAT MARKET Th Finest- FRESH AND SALT MEATS Always on Hand. BATTSAOB J CFECIAIiTTt 0.-K.-P.ÍSIÍ1ÍÍ1ÜIÍ, BULLA RD STREET, 3rd Door 8outh of Tost-offlce bulldliiR. FONG GEMf Prop. EXCELLEÑTCÜISINE. Oytrs On Evry dellcaey In the market, at all hours of the twenty-four. Regular Dinner (:w cents) or to order. (Jame, Fluli, Uleaks, Koats, cooked to Hint (iniirniet or Epicure. Careful and rev peetful atteuMon to every cnitn:er. hcniiu lously cleau. 1 try to please everyone. FONU HEM, Chef. PARLOR SALOONS J. II. WEBSTER, Prop. Central, ... New Mexico. Choice Wines, Liquors arid Cigars. 3 Private Club Room. The pleasantest placo inCentral in which to spend an evening. Headquarters for the "Boys in Blue." EESTATTRAITTI -s Open Day and Night, i Good Meals at all hours. Fish, Meats, Veijetablps in season, always supplied. Billiard Street, : : Silver City, N. . Ur. W. H. WHITE V 95 O si n D E ISTO? 1ST (jai administered for the paioIesextri"Uon of teetb. Broadway Hotel, SILVER CITY, N. M. Refurnished and renovated throughout. Neat and comfort able rooms by the day, week or nionth. Tonns very reasonable. Patronage solicited. MRS. D. B. DARLING. Proprietress. pARLOR ALOON, Corner Broailway and Slain btret't. WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. JOHN CAESON ProDrietcr. C M. ForaUcr. J. 11. AVíilt. Elephant Corral, PüBAíER k WRITE, Props,. Ijtverij, Feed and Sale Stables. Single and double tiugiriei, btickhoards, nrlnn wai;on, and carta, ladies and men a ruling horses, tin m il out in fcoud fcrin on the ahoi est notlue. Jloraea boardud. 8ieclal rate ivuu by the week or month. Horses Bought, Sold and Traded. (if SI lRDSB GARDEN wn IO FI.NB ROSS PLANTS. Yonr clectioa from too Standarti Variólica, post-paid. Our Catalogue of plauU and Floral Nowltle for la now ready, also Booklet telling bow to be (ucceuful with Garden and Home PlauU. THI8 BOOKLET TELLS HOW TO RAISE Bid CflYtSANTHEMUMa. uokut Ana uhum mu w you mx vuum ii mm mititm St CmiliHouill 4Q.000 , FT. tu SOUTH DENVER FL0RÁL CO. Hulua H. OivtM, Mammmn. p. . awx i, auTH BtNvaa, col. Thé Cot of Newspapers. PMUitklpMa Prr. The great pubho that reads its newspapers every morning at the breakfast tablo has only A vngu'e idea of tho proportions to which the business of publishing these journals has grown. Some facts and figures given in an address by Mr. James W Scott, of the Chicago Herald, before tho "World's Press, Congress, will help to a better un derstanding of the subject. Mr. Scott is president of the American Newspaper Publishers' Associa tion, an organization of 150 news papers claiming to represent about 50 per cent of the daily newspaper circulation in tho United States and 85 pet cent of tho advertising. The capital represented by these 150 newspapers, Mr. Scott asserted, exceeds $200,000,000 and tho eum they pay for labor is $100,000 a day or )G,500,000 a year. The other expenses of theBo newspapers, he said, would Jbring their outlay to at least $75,000,000 and perhaps $80,000,000. There aro newspapers whose annual business reaches $5,000,000, while nearly every large city in the country ha3 one or more news papers whoso annual business reaches $1,000,000. As Mr. Scott remarked: "This may strike you as startling, but it only shows the enormous growth of the news papers of America in the last fifteen or twenty years." In fact, there is no business to day better organized and demand ing a higher class of talent and and greater sagacity aud energy than the publication of newspa pers. In no business has a keener and, closer watch to be kept of tho signs of tho times, and no where else must there be a great er willingness to assume respon sibilities and sacrifico tho present to the future. Fifteen years ago a New York newspaper in getting a new outfit of printing presses congratulated itself that the acme of perfection had been reached aud that no change would be heed ed until the presses were worn out But in less than five years every one of thoBe presses was in the junk shop, although they were doing better work than when at first set up, and from $15,000 to $25,000 had to be sacrificed on every one of them. They were not worn out, but new inventions had put them behind the times. The day when a Greeley, a Ben nett or a Raymond can start a newspaper on a capital of brains and courage is past The expense of establishing a newspaper is too great, the competition too strong, and both these factors are becom ing more important every day. As Mr. Scott said in his address: "There is not a newspaper in a large city America which does not on each succeeding year run at a greater expense than it did tho year before, not only in its edito rial department and news depart ment, but in every department of that paper." Tho public, howev er, gets the full benefit of this bet ter organization, greater outlay and growing financial independ ence of newspapers. Editorial ex pressions become more independ ent aud informatory, their tono is more impartial aud Ices truculent to men and parties, and the range of news is constantly fuller and more accurate. A petition has been presented to the county school commissioner praying for u division of this school district The division will leave Lordsburg and Shakespeare in one precinct and put all the rest of Precinct 9 in another. A petition is being circulated at Shakespeare asking tho county commissioners to put Shakespeare in precinct 20 so that the school district and pre cinct lines shall be the same. This petition will be presented at tho next meeting of the commis sioners Western Liberal. Speaker Criüp approves of the extra session, lio expects tho Sherman act will be repealed; also the ten per cent, tux ou state banks, and that a committee will be appointed to revise the turiir, ready for tho winter setóiou to act upon it A male adult has half an ounce of sugar in his blood. - Last year there were 1,800,000 sheep sheared in Montana, an in crcaso of 33 per cent, over the previous year. The name of "Milliner" really means "Milaner," tho first hat trimmers in England having been ladies from Milan, Italy. One hundred years ago grave robbers got moro for tho teeth of a cadaver than they did for tho "subject" itself, they were dis posed of to dentists, who used them as "artificials." One species of beetle is known as tho Bexton or grave-digger, because it buries or attempts to bury ill dead animals with which they come in contact. Briggs "What a pity it is that women won't have any sense. My rvife waits up for mo till I get homo, if it isn't until daylight. Braggs You are in luck, I think. Mine always gets n good nap, and then when I want to go to sleep she insists on talking for three or four hours. HI ' An enterprising individual who lives in Downing street, back of tho residence of Mr. Gladstone, says that it is the joy of his life to see Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone at tea togother. He avers that they are as sociable as two lovers, but he as serts in unqualified terms that Mr. Gladstone appears to be the home ruler. Abt.uam'a A rk. Abraham Martin, an old colorod man living In Atchison, Kan., boliovei that there is going to bo another flood. Ho claims to have had a revelation in a dream, In which he wnn instructed to prepare an ark like Noah's of oM. Hie size of tho ark was designated in the dream, and although tho quarters are too small for the elephants and giraffes the old man has confidence that the Lord will squeeze them innido in some way. Martin has figured it ont by tho Biblo that the flood will come next AnguHt. He expects tho menagerie, however, to begin arriving in Jnne,hcn animals, fowls, etc., will present themselves at tho ark in pairs. The old colored man be lieves implicitly in the "revelations" he has had and has moved his family into the ark, "The Lord wants the earth peopled en tirely with block men," he said recently, "and no white people will bo taken ou the boat. Only a few very black negroes will be admitted." Tho erk is built of old pieces of boards picked tip about town. Martin has bnon ' over a year building the craft. Cor. St. Louis Chronicle, Spring Cleaning. Te, clean yer houo an clean yer shed An clean yer barn In every part, But bruKh tho cobwelm from yer head An aweep the snowiiank from yer heart. JeV w'en e p'lna clcanin comei aroun Hrlnir forth the dtiter an the broom, But ruka yer fky notion down An aweep yer dun y soul of gloom. Sweep olo Idoaaont with the dnst An drr yer mil In newer ptyl. Scrape from yer mln' In wornont crnst An dump It In the ruhl.Uh pile. Swoop ont the hatea that burn an umart, Itrlnix In new lovoa serene and pure; Around the hertlmtone of tl heart Dace modern atylea of furniture. Clean out yer flioril cubby hole. Sweep ont tho dirt, rriio II the arum; "TI eloanln time for hi-lthy souls; Ult up an dnntl The spring bra cornel Clean out the corners of tho brain, Dear down with ecrubhln brush an ioapv An dump ol Fear Into the rain An dust a cozy chair for Hope. Clean ont the brain's deep rnhhlnh hola, Soak every cranny great an small. An In the front room of the soul Hang pootler plctur's on the wall. Scrub up the winders of tho mind. Clean up an let the spring twirln; Swing open wide the dusty blind An let the April aunshino In. Plnnt flowers In the soul's front yard. Sot out new shads an blossom trees And let the soul nnr.e froze an hard Srrout crocuses of new ideos. Yes, clean yer house an clean yer shed And clean yer barn In ev'ry part. Bu brush tho robwvbs from yer head An sweep the snowbanks from yer heart! Sam Waltar Foss In Yankee Blade. Wealthy and Lavish Mr. Crow. About one coming marriage there is a flavor of romance. A bridesmaid had been bespoken for a wouding. Bhe was taken ill before the time set, and at tho last moment was replaced by Miss Louise Doelger, a pretty girl, but un known in society. At the ceremony she met Mr. Moses Rockwell Crow, a gen tleman whose name would not reveal the fact that he is tho possessor of 000,000 and a sort of Monte Cristo in his way. It was a caso of love at first sight. Moses was capturod by the fair Louise, end she, after a suitable period spent in meditation and prayer, con sented to become Mrs. Crow. No one conld resist so lavish an adorer. Mr. Crow lives among the swells of Great Harrington, Mass., and gives din ners and dances. lie is in the habit of supplying watches set with diamonds as favors in tho german. lie took his fiancee out to ride the other day in the finest brougham which money could buy, drawn by a pair of priceless horses. When she al mi rod them at the end of the drive, he told hor they were hers. New York Cor. San Francisco Argonaut Comix Ironclads For tbs British. Preparations have been commenced at Chatham dockyard for the constructloe of another first nlusri armored battleship of the Hood clase at a Cost of souio 070,000. The new vessul will have a displacement of 14,000 tons and will be fitted with engines of 18,000 horsepowor, giving a speed of 18 knots. Her princi pal armament will constat of four 67-ton guns mounted In barbettes. Altogether three new battleship, two first class cruisers, to b faster than any cruiser afloat, and six 87-knot torpedo boat de stroyers, with the prospect of another 14 should the first prove satisfactory, are Included in the programme of the ad miralty for tho coip'iig year. Westmin ster Gazette. " Brutality to engineers. Speaking of tho responsibility for the death of Henry Myer, the engineer killed at Harvey's Station, on tho Pniiliandlo rond, Mr. Spaan, his attorney, Riidt "Myer was worked to his death. When he arrived at Bradford Junction, the foreman told him he would have to go out in an hour again. 'But,' ho protest ed, 'I can't go out. I havo been on duty 49 hours. I have not eaten anything for 12 hours.' 'Well,' said the foreman, 'it means 30 days if you don't go.' The prospect of a 30 days' layoff induced Myer to obey tho cruel order, no ate a few crackers and a turkey leg and re turned to hia engine, his fireman being with him. At Harvey's Station, just as soon as tho engine stopped on the side track, both Myer and the fireman fell asleep. Thoy were aroused by the pass ing of one section of a train, and in their half asleep condition pulled out on the main track. Still thero is under our present law no liability upon tho part of the railroad company. Our laws are very defective in this regard." Indian apolis Journal. Fardon Outfooted by Death. One day's delay in a pardon cost the Ufe of John Young, a mulatto 85 years old, under seven years' sentence for stealing a hog. Ho had streuuously pro tested liia innocence for three years, and when Governor Holt went out of ofllco in January without granting the pardon Young gave up all lropo, and Monday ho mado a dash for liberty and was shot down by the guard, receiving a mortal wound. Almost the next mail brought a par don for him. The captain of the guard went to tho poor fellow's cot und show ing him the paper said, "John, here is your pardon that Governor Carr has Bent you." John took the pardon, looked at the great gilt seal of tho state ami murmur ing: "Why didn't it come yesterday? It is too Lite now," gasped and died. Car- thage (N. C.) Cor. Philadelphia Record. XY' W.J U IX Pure A cream of tartar baking powuef Ilighestof all iu leavening strength Jsitrst UnUid States Govern ment Food Kcrort. Royal Riklfig Power Co., 1(1(1 Wnll Ht., 3V. V. The Right to Lie Abont Circulation. The right of every newspaper to show that its circulation is larger than every other newspaper is not to bo abridged ! with the expectation of no more results than those of an international monetary conference. There are times when, ac- j cording to the universal codo of morals, lies, if not accepted as virtues, are ac-' quiesced in as necessaries. There are , occasions when to "perjure one's self i like a gentleman" is regarded as a mat ter of course. Hitherto it has been con- ' sidered equally a matter of course that ' a newspaper may lie when speaking of j its circulation. Now that this right has i been taken away in California it is nat-' ural that something is expected to bap pen. Louiavillo Courier-Journal. Distress la On lious. A house at the north end might woll have had the flag of distress floating over its roof for the punt fow Weeks. Tho house is rented by three tenants, one oc cupying the L aud one each tho lower and upier tenements. In the L a few Weeks since occurred the douth of a beau tiful mother and her eldest daughter from diphtheria, while a yomiK'-r daugh ter was very ill with the di itno. buice that time one of tho other1 tenants Imd the misfortune to full on an ii-ywiilk, another to breuk hor tnu, v hilo a third is si t iouhly ill with J iit'Utnt.i.)!. Two of tho fiitiiiln a are now iii(j(Uj out to find more atpioioii qi!aU', t-vi iif.dJ llliik ) liuinei.U 1 1. Wild Bulls at Lare. Three hundred American bulls were recently landed in Barculoua, Spain, aud made quite a sensation in that ancient city. Dnriug the unloading process a rope that bound a whole herd together suddenly broke and between 90 and 100 bulls escaped. The animals stampeded across tho quay and finally dUperscd in different streets. The inhabitants were panio stricken. Soon a formidable bat tle was waged against the infuriated an imal, but it was not till evening that the populace had succeeded in partly killing and partly capturing the greater number of tho beasts. Two iersonl were killed, nine persons injured, four fatally, ' and tho dumago done was considerable New York Telegram. A Doy M'ho Liked Pancakes. A careless mother at the food show tho other day left her tmall sou at a counter where wimples of pancakes baked with a pateut flour were given away with a lavish hand. As fuxt und as long as they were passed across the count r to him, tho young man seemed to consider himself bound to devour them. Iloiinal ly bei 1 1 luck in the face and bnd to be rol i upon the counter by a return ing and alarmed mother and the too gen erous white) capped cook. New York Tlinea . A Tonnj Man's Awful Death. Mr. Alexander Belliveau of Lower Town has received information from Michigan that hi son was eaten by wolves a few days ago. Tin unfortu nate young man was foreman of a gang Working on the construction of a rail way in tho northern part of the state. Ho and a friend whilo out hunting wero attacked by a baud of wolves, and al though they discharged their rifles into the pack tho wolves overpowered thorn, Ilelliveau's companion climbed a tree to escape them, and from there ho saw his companion torn to pieces by wolves at the foot of the tree on which ho was perched. For sovcral hours t'' Azolvo kept around tho tree and dia not leavo until a number of men from tho camp camo and drove them away. Cor. To ronto Mail. Professor Robinson of tho chemical department of Bowdoin collego has an nounced that Mr. Edward F. Searles lias promised to erect tho finest and bent equipped building for tho study of sci ence that this country has yet seen. In order to allow tho poor people of Boston an opportunity to enjoy works oí nrt a number of art collectors of tliut city have united to mako a freo exhibi tion of pictures, photographs and castá from thiir collections. Potatoes llrlug Big Money. Houllon farmers received nearly $33, 000 for tho 43 carloads of potatoes that wero shipped west from the town last week. They must have money to lot around thoso Aroostook farms. Bangor Commercial. Four thousand nine hundred and fif teen new books and 1,3!!9 new editions, a total of fl,2r.l, were published in England last year. This is an increaso of moro than 000 over tho production in 18UI. J. Sterling Morton enjoys tho distinc tion of being Nebraska's first representa-' tive iu a president's cabinet. Ofd Iloopaklrts. Tho query lately Suggested B9 to what has become of the old and indestructi ble hoopskirt that flourished 23 years ago is partially answered by a woman writing from a little Massachusetts vil lage. "I can vouch for the disponitiod Of 23," she says, "which were gathered from about the neighborhood, where they had lain in unnightly rubbish after fulfilling their mission as dress distend ers, and buried iu a grave specially dug for tho purpose. "Old lioopskirts are worse than stones on a farm. They t..ngle in the plow and get caught in tho rake. Suns do not fade them, snows do not freezo them, timo does not absorb them, and these 23 steel skeletons had at last to be formally tac kled and specially disposed of. Women should indeed pause and reflect before they call up ngain to life and being spirits so 'difficult to exorciao." New York Times. Pecuniary Result of (he Papal Jubilee. The pecuniary result of the papal jubilee is a gain to tho coffers of the Vatican of upward of i'i.'iO.OoO, as well as Jewels, plata and other valuable arti cles which are istimated to be worth nearly 200,000. Tho Duke of Norfolk heads the li.st of donors with nn offering of '.'",0,000, and next comes tho Emperor Francis Joseph with 8,000. Tho arch bishop of Prague and primate of Hun gary give 1,000 each, as they ran afford very well to do, considering that each prelato has a remolino of over 10,000 n yettr. Tim l'ohmuiau territorial mag nates seat U,0()il, while tho nobility of Rome ami tho convents and monasteries mado up 'M.e(i0, and 10,0(K) ramo from South America. New York Tribuno. No Confrrestlonal Syndicates. Tho idea of the congivssmea froui ft stato forming themselves into a patron age board ami taking cliargo of all th! offices, and especially the filling of lh tn, is one that "does not wash." The Mis souri congressmen tried it on, and gut to Wranghii-f as soon as taey got tht-ii little board intooperauon. K.mator Vest, who has been designated president of thfi board, soon wearied of it and sent in n formal resignation, and said that ho would not be held nvttousiblo for any thing tho board might (lo. lío proposed th t thr congressmen should go it uloue, each out) iih liis duty suggested. It U pretty clear there are to !u no congress ional syndicates for tlie distribution of patronago. Pittaburg Post. , , i ú n B 01 o) j iltlii i i i ' v .... r .3 v.. wi'w " luiU b i W w w- j Aiinli. \n\n Tho only 1'ii'u Cie.u.i of Titilar IViwUcr. Amni i ii.íi. ilk It'j IK .i.l 4 . "