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outljern taubar5). McMinnville, Tenn., Jan. 13,1882. Gro. E. PHRVI8 A Co., Advertising Ag ts. No. 4 Noel Block, Ntinhville, are authorized to oontraot for advertising for thin paper. Stokely Black, of Nashville, whs on a visit to his parents here this week. Mi8S Florence Morford is visiting Miss Mary Lou Cowau, at Tullahoraa. See statement of Peoples National Bank in another column. Col. J. H. French returned Thurs day from a week's visit to Nanhville. W. R. French, one of Tullahoma's most successful business men, was in our town this week. See Chancery sale in to-day's pa per. Some valuuble town and country property will be sold on Feb. 10th. There were 128 marriage licenses issued from the County Court Clerk's office of Warreu county during the year 1882. Jo W. Britton of Lebanon, repre senting the wholesale Grocery house of C. N.&C. F. Ordway Nashville, was here this wet k. Warren County Grange will meet at the court-house on the first Monday iu February. All dormant Grangers are invited to be present. By order of Master and Overseer. Dru Brewer, traveling for Spur lock & Graves, successors fo S. B. Spurlock. wholesale Grocers, Nashville was in McMinuville last Saturday taking orders for his house. J. A. Teeters, a well known citi zen and merchant of White county, committed suicide Friday night last by taking laudanum and throwing himself into a pond. Geo. S. Stroud of Hickory Creek slaughtered six hogs this week that weighed 1923 pounds net. Three of them weighed 1071 pounds. Fretly good for you George, but were they fattened on "uubbings" or big corn ? Ralf A. Ely of Chicago, whose father once owned and lived at the place whero Col. French now lives, was married on the 5th ins',, to Mis Jennie R. Ford. Ralf was a clever young man and we wish him and his bride a long, happy and prosperous journey through life, Mr. Geo. M. Smarlt reports that he killed on the 10th inst. 5 shoats 6 J months old, ranging in weight from 153 to 177 pounds net, total 843. No corn was fed to them before October, and Mr. Smartt wants to know if these are not cheaper than the three of Mr. Massey's, 15 months old and weighing 1020 pounds. Tom, the infant son nf W. H Brooks, was badly bitten in the face, Sunday, by a dog belonging to S. Can trell. We learn that two or three other parties were bitten by the snme dog on Monday, but as yet no serious results have followed. The I. and U. S. Club will met-1 at the residence of J. C. M. Ross on Thursday evening, January 18th. Al the members are respectfully iuvitei and requested to be present. Prof. MofTUtt, of Mont Eagle, was iu town Thursday on business pertain ing to the Sunday-school enterprise at Mont Eade. We hone Prof. Moffatt may succeed. He is engaged in grand enterprise for Tennessee and the South. As mentioned lust week, that Mrs, M. V. Hill hud received a lue size por trait of Gen. B. J. Hill, painted by Mr. Geo. Dnry, of Nashville. The portrait is good, we think, and reflects credit on the artist. It is at present at the drug and book store of J. B Ritchey, where the friends and acquuin tances of Gen. Hill can see it if they desire. Geo. Randolph came up from Shelbyville Saturday, and went to Spnrta Monday, whither he goes to take charge of the business of G. A Reams, which has been moved from Shelbyville to that place. G. A iteams win go on ine road soon ns traveling salesmau for Goodall, Fite & James, a new notion house of Nash villa. liev. U. 1. btainuack, the new pastor of the C. P. Church at tl place, arrived from Columbus, Miss with his family, Thursday evening, Dr. Stainback will fill his pulpit Sun day morning and night. We have received the second number of the Cincinnati Weekly News. It is a large, handsomely printed, 8-page paper, and judging from the copy before us, it will rank second to none among t lie metropolitan weeklies. Subscription $1 per year. Joseph McGraw, Esq., of Casey ville, Ky., who has a daughter in C. F. College, attended the concerts this week, lie was accompanied by Mr. eJIolsjw, of the same place. A. E. Carter, Esq., of Dexter, Mo., wus also in attendance. He was accompanied 4iy his daughter, who remains as a ttudent during next terra. Miss Maggie Reed, of Nashville, an accomplished and charming young lady, is visiting her sister, Miss Mary Reed at the C. F. College. Seekers after knowledge are referred to the advertisment of Irving College, in to-days paper. It will be seen that tus institutution is headed by a new faculty, and its prospects for the future unusually bright and promising. The jingle of sleigh bells waa heard through our streets Wednesday, and the snow storm of that evening for while raged with a severity rarely ever witnessed in this secion. One of the largest seed establish ments in the United States is located at Marblehead, Mass., and is owned and managed by Jas. J. H. Gregory. Mr. Gregory has earned a reputation second to none throughout every State in the Union, of selling the roost re- iable seeds that can possibly be ob tained. Notice his advertisement in aiuther column. -It we could speak in tones of thun- er we would use our voices to advise 11 people everywhere to get at once a bottle of Johnson's Anodyne Linimmt. Asa preventive of diptheria, pneumo nia, congestion, and all dangerous iroat and lung diseases its value u priceless. Certain parties haye been for years ooding the country with immense packs f horse and cattle powders which are utterly worthless. Don't be deceived by them. Sheridan's powders are the only kiud now known in this couutry hich are strictly pure. They are very powerful. Oar National Ilauka. The annual meetings of stockholders f the National Banks were held last uesday. The following were elected Directors of the National Bank of Mc Minuville for the ensuing year: W. H. Mngness, J. Walling, W. E. B. Jones, O. M. Thurman, J. D. Walling, War- ren Cummings and W. C. Potter. Officers: W. II, Matrness, President: Walling, Vice President ; S. J. Walling, Jr., Cashier. THE PEOPLES NATIONAL lected the following Directors: Sam Colville, J. F. Morford, C. Coffee, C. Biles, J. A Ross, J. C. Ramsey, W. Munford. Officers : Sam. L. Colville, President; J. F. Morford, Vice Preeideut ; C. Coffee, Cashier. A Liberal lroiONitlou. S. B. Spurlock, of Nashville, sends the following liberal proposition to the citizens of McMiunville. He proposes, iy laying pipe, to bring the water of Jen Lomond springs to our beautiful city park. This we think a grand idea. We could thus have a beautiful fountain of fine pure freestone water, which could be taken through pipes to all parts of the hotel, and other build ings and places about town. By the use of hose water could be thrown upon any building in town in case of a fire. It would be a great convenience, and would not take more than two and a mlf or three miles of pipe to reach the park. Mr. Spurlock proposes to head a subscription list, for this purpose. with $500 cash. Wc are not familliar with the cost of piping, but think it would not cost more than 85,000 to lay the pipe. With our sulphur water, which we hope to get, and the fountain of pure freestone water from Ben Lomond, we would be all right on the water ques tion. "ied. At tbe residence of J. B. Ritchey, of consumption, January 8th, 1883, at 9:3()o'clock a. m., Randolph C. Smartt. Mr. Smartt had been living inTexuB for several years, where he had been sick for some time. Being convinced that he could not live long he resolved to return to the place of his nativity if possible, to die. In the care of his daughter, in a hulpless condition, una ble to speak above a whisper, he started i from Texas and arrived here Tuesday evening, January 2d, very weak and feeble. He brightened up a little for a day or two, but it was evident he could not live long. He was and had been for some time aware of his condi tion and the near approach of death. He was in his right mind until a few minutes before his death. Although he could not speak above a whisper, he talked freely about his spiritual condi tion, lie said his life had been a fail ure and was sorry for it, but was ready and willing to die, regretting, as he expressed it, the trouble he would be to his friends to bury him. From the time lie arrived until his death his friends did all they could to make him as comfortable and easy as possible aud were glad that he reached home before his death. We mention these facts for the con eolation and satisfaction of hi relatives and friends who did not have an op portunity to see him after his return. A Friend, Mr. James Kitchens, of Alexandra, sold recently in Iiebanofl a Poland-Chl na hog that weighed 740 pounds. For the Standard. MRS. tUMTINGTOX VS. ATLASTIO BY MBS. D. L. B. I wonder how many (Ferhapa tbore'i not any), Who know that ''Dame Turlington" really existed? She muHt have been hninan, For this little woman, In having her own way, had alwayi per tinted. Tb qoalnt little town la of English renown, la which this old lady had long lived and flourished. Dot home on the beaea Wu quite in the reach Of the fiertje raging billows, when itormily " nourished. On drkinter's day, There passed over this way, The "storm king" exultant iu fury and an- The waves only waited Till heavily freighted, The billowa had waked from their quiet and languor. TIm rwlft dashing loam Swept the fisherman's home, And now Madam Partington's domicile reachea. In rage ahe declares It has come unawares To roaring old ocean a lesson she teaches. In great indignation She takes a location At the door of her house, armed for conflict and striving. With bucket ami mop, She determined to stop Ti e "rush of the waters" thus rudely arri ving. With teal she'd wring out Her mop, as about The waten advanced never doubting her power To quell the Atlantic, So recklessly frantic, And drive it away from her storm-beaten bower. , 'Til a&M in the story (Be it told to her glory), She firmly held on, though the foe was the stronger, To her post at the door, Midst the raiu and the roar, In this contest unfair until able no longer. Bbe saw she must yield Her efforts to shield Her bouse from the water's alarming intru sion; That bickets and mop Might control a smull slop- Success with a teinpeM, had proved a delu sion. She was beaten at last ; And as old Neptune passed, All her treasures removing, she vowed be should rue it. By force not unspoken, Her will had been broken, But it took the Atlantic iu passion to do it Long years have since passed r f But her name will outlast That of many a hero of book and of story ; Through a rare, witty writer, Her fame ha grown brighter, This ancient old lady of ludicrous glory. McMiunville, Jan. 1883. C. F. College. Notwithstanding the severity of the weather, the 2d Term opened Thurs day morning with very flatteriug pros pects. The indications point to a very successful session. I his institution is doing a fine work, and its friends re joice at its success. Found. I found a money purse on Main Street containing some money aud other valuables. Any one calling at my office and describing the puree and contents can have it. W. W. Fairbanks. The Concerts Hi C. F, College. Notwithstanding tbe extreme in clemency of the weather, the concerts at the C. F. College last Mouday and Tuesday nights were largely attended The exercises Monday night consisted or vocal and instrumental music and recitations, and the superior manner in which all was rendered gave ample assurance of the efficiency of the teach ers, and the susceptibility of the pupils, Tbe recitations and songs by the little folks were out of the usual order o; such things, aud richly merited the great applause that was given. The Young ladies of the higher classes who volunteered to aid the younger pupil acquitted themselves most handsomely It would be uultiir to make spucia mention of any, as there was not a du performance throughout the concert, These exercises are pronounced by many the best ever witnessed in this institution, and certainly they are not to be easily excelled anywhere. Mrs, Vaughn, who principally directed exercises of the first evening's entertain ment, deserves the highest praise and commendation. Tuesday night was ''Ye Old Folks Concert." cotton up under the suner vision of Miss Reed, and we assure her that while it was old in some respects, it was entirely new to tbe audience, At 7 o'clock loud raps upon tbe door announced that some one wanted to come in out of the cold. The door was thrown open, and to the surprise of al the young ladies of the College, attired the quaint and ancient costumes of the past century, tiled up the isle amid storm of applause. It is impossible describe the concert and the effect upon the audience, but the silence that pre vailed during the rendering of the pieces, and the applause with whir each was received, were sufficiently in dicative of the fact that all present were highly etitert.inieu and dflightra Judge Jo. C. Guild, a prominent awyer, and one of Tennessee's most distinguished citizens, died at bis home in Nashville on Monday, the 8th inst. Judge Guild was in his 80th year, and seemingly in perfect health a few min utes before his death. The Vote for Governor. Following is the result of the Gu bernatorial election from full returns : Bate 120,637 awkina 93,168 Beasley 9,660 ussell 4.814 .Total 228,279 Every Hail Brings letters to the Chattanooga Med icine Company telling of the miracu- ous cures performed by McElree's Wine of Cardui or Woman's Relief. would be a breach of ettiquette for theni to publish many of these letters but they but more certainly establish the fact, already demonstrated, that McElree's Wine of Cardui" belongs the most valuable of modern dis coveries, and is destined to work a rev- ution in the treatment of female dis eases: The following is an extract from a etter from a prominent minister of the Methodist Episcopal church: "From the earliest dawn womanhood, derangement of men strual functions has been the bane of ir life. She has suffered almost every form and variety of irregularities. When I saw you iu Memphis she was then confined to her bed from threer exhaustion, brought about by too great a flow every two weeka, and sometimes shorter periods. It is now four months Bince we got your Wine of Cardui. Ever since, her periods have been regular, painless, and natu ral in quantity. I tell you, my brother e good you have done us can never be estimated in dollars and cents. Mv ife is a new creature in both looks and feelings. I would that every woman in tho land had it in her pos session. i. New Railroad. The charter of the "Sparta & Cin cinnati Railroad Company" was regis tered by the secretary of State recent- Iucorporators : W. J. Sykes, W. J. Whitthorne, II. T. Gordon, J. Bullock, W. G. Smith and S. lorsely. This Toad ' is to run from parta iu White county to gome point on the Cincinnati Southern road in Morgan county. Notice. All persons indebted to me for regis.- tering deeds or otherwise, will save cost by coming forward and settling the same, as 1 am compelled to settle my ouHiness, v. u. owann. Jan. 1st, 1883. THAT HACKING COUGH cau bs so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guar antee it. WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vltalizer is guaranteed to cure you. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh'a cure is the remedy for you. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured by. Shiloh'a remedy. Trice DO cents. Naasal injector free, For lame back, Side or Chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. SHILOn'S COUGH and Conwmption Cure is aold by us on a Guarantee. It cures consumption. SHILOH'S VITAL1ZER is what you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Pizzi neaa and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. -. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh'a cura We have on hand at the Standard office a full assortment of Magistrate's Blanks. Give us a call, REPORT OF THE COSDITIOX OF THE PEOPLES v NATIONAL BANK OF McMMVILLE AT McifinnrilU, in the Stale of Tennettet, at th Clott of Businctt, Dec. 30, 1882. BRSOtCCKS. Loans and discounts $(19,180 6fi li. S. Houds to secure circulation 55.000 00 Due from approved reserve asrents 622 2 Due from other National Ranks 2.4H4 85 Real estate, furniture and fixtures 1,286 00 C urrent expenses and taxes paid... l,2o0 89 1 rcmiuuis vaul 5,0(10 00 ...125 00 9,000 00 4 44 Checks and other cash items Kills of other banks Fractional paper currency, nickels and pennies Specie Legal tender notes 3,25 00 3,000 00 Kedemption fund with U.S. Treas urer (5 per cent, of circulation) 2,475 00 Total ..$152,684 09 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund , ...$55,000 00 500 00 urplus 'mlivii led pn6ts 5,241 72 National bank notes outstanding 49,50000 Individual deposits sub ject to check 39,774 5(5 Due to other National Ranks 2,663 81 Total $152,64 09 Statu of Tknsf.ssee, County of Warren, ss: I, C. Coffee, Cashier of the above-named bnk, do solemnly swear that the above atatctuent is true to the best of my knowl edge and belief. C. Cofkek, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this lOih day of Jan, lsx.t. J. B. Ritchey, Notarv Public. Corrf.ct Attest: J. K. Moeforp. J. C. Bilks, Dirertor". IE in of McMinnville, W. H. MABNESS, (President National Bank of MiiMinnvillo), PEESIDE1TT, J. C. MARTIN, Secretory; II. L. WALLING, Vice President ' (Dry Goods and Grain Merchant, McMinuville). v 1 ry Goods Merchiui. .McMinnville) JESSE WALLIN&V............ Dr. T- C. SMARTT, "..Medical Director. Vice President National llank of McMiunville). U'nicticing Physician, l fMiunville). ,WWCWWUA' hiiOrderi8lncorporatedundertheLawsoftheStateofTcnnesf.ee, aud offers' a plan lor saiety aim i The Lowest Membership Fee and Annual Dues. The Lowest and Bc4 Graded Asseumivnt Table. Fewest nmnW nf'nir... No Members lakeu in Epidemic Pistnctg. No Lndije Meeting or Lodae Expenses. The UeU lWiblo l'lau. MAXIMUM BENEFITS AT MINIMUM KATES. CERTIFICATES ISSUED POR $1000 and $2000. A frWNTS V X NTF,n XlWUll J. tj M Hi-' i-Lii-' CHANCERY SALE. II. 11. Faulkner A Co., v. J. II. Fnulkuer ' and others. . if obedience to a decree of (he Chancery Court at McMinnville, Tenn., rendered n the iibove styled eniise, I will sell at the ' Courthouse door in McMinnville, Tenn., for Cash, on Saturday, February 10th, 1883, at 1 ti'ulock, p. M. the House and Lot IviiiL' . on the west aide of Spring Street, in Me Minnville, Tenn., bounded on the uonh by V L. llrown a lot, on the east by bpniiif Street, on the south by J. 1). Goodpasture J .1. - n II I 1 . 1... I 1 T anu ine v onee ims, miu en uy j. t,. uiuies nd W. H. i teiuinu lots ; also, the interest that J. II. Faulkner has in two tracts of land lyinir iu the 10th Civil District of Warren couuty, in which said Faulkner has about a one-half undivided interest, fur the boundu es of which relt rence is had to deed re corded in Kegister'a office of Warren coun ty, Hook 4, pages 87 and 8s. 1 Ins January 1th, ISM. j. t. lilies, t. K Al. janl3-4t IRVING COLLEGE. THE SPK1NG SESSION will opennn the id Monday In February, 18S3, with brighter prospects than ever before. FACULTY: EUGENE H. ETTER, A.B., President. Professor of Languagti. JAMES M. CLEXDENEX. I rofemor of JJathemalie. The other departments will be supplied ith competent teachers. EXPENSES: Tuition per Session of Twenty Weeks, tfi to $18, according to degree of advancement. Board and aHliing, to per .Month. If vou witih an education make your ar rangements to attend IRVING COLLEGE, for the inducements are many. The teach ers are experienced, and competent both to govern and iufctruct. The C ollege is situaieu in a community oted foi its heHlthfulness nnd for being free from all demoralizing influences, and is surrounded by a retiued, moral, aud intelli gent populace. ror turther particulars, auuress W. G. ETTER, Secretary of the Board, 5 ! ' " " lrviug College, Tenu. 83. A Grand CcrrJbinaticn, '83. THE SOUTHSiftl STANDARD, AND THE LOUISVILLE . WEEELY COURIER-JOURNAL One Year for Only $2.00. Two Papers for little more tliau the piice of one. By paying us $2.00 you will receive for ie veur vour home naner with the Courier- Journal, the representative newspaper of the South, ana tlie nest, origntesi, aim ablest familv Weekly in the United States. Tho-ic who desire to examine a sample copy of the Coitrier-Juurnal can do so at the Standard office. WlfilH Dt-COTE. T. L. Miller Co., BulDIUI AKD IXrnlTIU 01 HEREFORD CATTLE COTSWOLD SHEE? BERKSHIRE SWINE Bmchii, Will Co.. Tm ikoib. HiGinjtafftllNG H. i 1 1 i i . SEW1HGMACIIIHEC0; CHICAGO. ILL.- -ORANGE, MASS. iun ATI ANTA.GAj New Hone Sswirg Machine Co., W 1 ill is neapness, is excelled by no other ajuiilar order OS" ADVANTAGES. ! No,:e l,,lt U(,,iv,' lM,,'r,,,i('. i-f-l"'" business men, who enn furnish good refer enee, need api'lv. Fi r iminnlilets. terms, mul full l tit rl iiitlu tii lil fi.w J. O. MARTIN, Secretary, McMinnville, Tenn. tv yr: T .' X t? fi a. rCCkWYf . f ' 4 yty2.T".TA'-TT ittta -t. X - A. M. CAWTHON, DEALER nr STOVES AND fHi nTTTnnn McIVlinnvillc, Tenn. THE LARGEST STCf k OF STOVES M MM 1.1 THIS MARKET TO SELECT F1IOM. Throw that old delupldated, burnt-out stove nwnv, nnd eet vonrwife a stove that she can cook on. Nothing adds more to cnmfoit, peace and lieiili'li limn good, well-cooked food, lhen why do you not go at once to A. M. CAWi'I'OV.s and buy a GOLD MEDAL, OK KKNTUC'KV lilOLLK, They are the best stoves ever sold in this market. Over l jtl sold right here in your midst and 110 complaint, hut TJNIVKHSAL, PR A IS H. Ask your neighbor about them. I keep in stoek all the laieM mi. I most approved Cooking ind Heating Stoves, Ur.it.es, Fire l!i iek, Tile, Sto ve Hacks, Hales, Cross l'ieces, Doors, Kxtra Vessels of all kimls, I'oul Hods, Tin, Copper ami ShecT Iron Ware, and in fact every, thing to be found in a lirst-eluss tin house low down for cash. Ecofing, Guttering and Repairing Tono on Short ITotico -Cheap. WARREN HOUSE McMinnville, IVnr. W. JOHHSOBJ. Proprietor. -:o: Hates $2 per Day. Board fcy the Week or Month at Satisfactory Hates.' o This favorite family hotel under its new management is recommended for the neclcuco of its cuisine, prompt uttention, moderate rules Delightful Location and Invigorating Climate, freezes fresh frcm Cuabsrhri Maasteis. WTTlie irousf! lias boon Thoroughly Renovated. mnr251v S. L. Colville, Pres. J. F. Morford, V. Ties. ('. Collee, Cashier 1 LEO 1U JleMIXNVILKIv, IKXXLSSLE. Capital llOnrd ol" Dlrcrtoi'M. S. L. Colville, J. C. Riles, J. A. Ross, J. F. Morford, K. W. M tin ford, J. C. Ramsey, C Cohea Docs a General Danliing Diisiness, Deposits Solicited. C -T, fi ! P OF the M E R C H A N T onour.Nw PinnCCCnC v; 4.,vVi?or tho-rlARKlT CAitDCKZR OCGtS -i f f nqircr tho PRIVATE FAMILY IPPH ti riuKown i:iMHtrte4 i'atalatae and Raral KmUUr FICEK TO ALL. T-.'ac JCANTS, SEND r.S YOI K Bl'HINKSH CARDS VOU THADE LIST. "sTHfi;SefiS,SEDCu3WEIiS.PIIILADELPHIft C. A. LITTESER & CO., Israshvillo, - - - Tennessee. GENERAL AGENTS FOR "OLD HICKORY" WAGONS,. Seasoned Timber, Dest CM. Cooper &Co's Engines & Saw Mills. At! viincc CHILLED PLOWV it 3ADDL2RY HASDVAR2, v rue lor prices and terms. CURE CURE FORf EJMELEEEK 1 k : tv v liX onKeceipt of tS 1 COVSSK iS ZLIUS 75 CTS IN TU AU Suffaren with BLIND. BLEEDING or DR. TABLXB'S FILE TUBE, prlcB. 73 cts. m pm H UJJ tenn, of MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE which. in existence. w . i . i . - , B; w M'fi iaiKf ami riuvrvr riv jt" tor rfr ....... u.-i 11 . :u ir p" . l- i;fc.no. ' -. iu ... u..,u.,, jm n nerd not htite l"i it. - oHr grain, My nnii-v'K-.n jl ; i , tbe urn,; t;es..c t fuiui m..u At-u : an. I n l.i-i.c ..r: ( it is ti' mv o." flfttiol iiirrotiMp of i I'ltlMtoeft Hurl.K .H . I Ik-fifii. V Hiiuwri, Mttrdli-ht ai ( biilmsts I'i u: an; I , si nrrt liter n-v. r,-:.ii ,ts, 1 ii u i;rot ltur piil ) if. Iti trip Mrit.-n mu ...ft nicut. J.im J, H. Crcory, MuMflif.-.t, llnv.f hn I.! mt mv st.l h- ( ni 1 .... a ,,iT.Ajak't..i -t.x JIANCFACTrRKR OI TIN, SHEET IRON ANU if feii m lUiML DA1N1V $55,000.00. DIGREESEEDS ti V" .... ESTAKLIhTo Iro", Handsomely Tainted. BRADFORD & C0!5 Vlion( & Corn Mills. Jj5iS SI T.KJj PLOWS SKOS FIHDIIIC3, LEATHER. julv2Mrn 8ES UXETHIS P-CRAtflMfi Hill. vi.-;.l 7 . . .'5 ' HnPEW pn.E3 can be t-rr Ak year r.rr.-.' cuti I7 t; i t i t '