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E Devoted to the Interests of Southeastern Nevada. EEKLT ECOKD. Subscribe for It. Read It. Advertise In It. VOL. XJLIIL Presidents Message An Epitome of the Sugges tions of His Highness. He favors Further Silver legis lation, but Not at Present. PlOCHE, NEVADA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1893. Nothing New About Hawaii, but Intimates that He Has Restored the Queen. Kid," the Apache Renegade, on Murdering Raid In Old Mexico. -'' : ,:'.:.,: '. Happenings In Salt Lake. gpeolal Dispatch to Th Bjccobd Nsw York, Deo. 7. Silver, 69i; Lead, 13.25. Salt Lam, Dm. 6. The message of the President to Congress, which convened at Washington on Monday iu regular sistsion, it published tbil morniuK. The PrMid.ot recommends impartial neu trality la relation to the dispute between the Argentine Republic and Brazil. He point oat the wrong done in the matter of the Legation asylum in Chili ; refers to the Chinese exclusion law, and exprerses the belief that, as amended, it will be oomplied with i favors further meant for the suppres sion of the slave trad, in the Congo States and Central Afrioa ; recommends an extra dition treaty with Costa Rica ; makes brief reference to our friendly relations with France, Germany, and also with Oreat Bri tain ; apeoially refers to the Bshring Sea arbitration and the Wellaud Canal diipute. The rights of Americans in Uayti and Hon duras bare been maintained. Suggestions hare been mad. to France as to leaving Xiberian territory unimproved. A commis sion appointed will probably soon settle the dispute with Mexico as to the region near the Rio Orand east of 1 Paso. The Nicaragua Canal projeot is endorsed, and the extradition treaties with Norway and with Russia ar. mentioned. A history of the Samoan uprising is given, and the mischief of an entangling alliance with for eign power! is deprecated. Spanish indebt edness for damages to American property in Cuba receive soma attention. The outrages in Turkish territory ar. denounced, and also th. notion of Armenian naturalized Ameri cans, who have stirred up sedition against tha Ottoman Porta, but tho Minister at Copsieaitiawpl. is -wapaotri to- protect all i such persons amenable to Turkish law from nnneoessarily harsh treatment. The Ven exulean question i briefly touched upon. The Hawaiian difficulty is explained sue winotly, but there i nothing new at present to communicate; to undo th. wrong effected under the authority of th United States is all that th administration has attempted, and what has bean accomplished will not be known until further advice ar received from Honolulu, when a special message will be sent to Congress with full particulars of tha whole matter. International arbitration is favored. Th money question reoiv elaborate treat ment. The President recommend further silver legislation, but believes it will be Utter to wait awhile until th effects of th repeal of th purohase olaus. of th Sherman Act hav been hit and pan b understood before any definite aotion i takn on th ilvr question. H warns Congress against all temporary expedients and advises con tent with nothing short of a lasting and aomnrahensiT. finanoial plan. He expresses the belief, that after a reasonable delay it oan be ffotd, and that ther should b an effort to bring about an International agree mant aa to ooinaM. He also reoeommends amendment of th I in relation to th lasnanc ol uov.ro meat bond to mak dear th authority of th. Secretary of the Treasury in relation to them. - Reform in the land law ar recom mended, also measures for th preservation f th forest. Th Agricultural aepars - rnent and it work eom in for a good har attention and th exports or catu ana ' pork end agricultural prodoot ar detailed at length.. Wamihotoh. Dee. o.-Blaud yterday introduced a new free coinag bill rpaling . th. notion of th. act of 1873 preventing th. coinage of silver dollar, and re-enacting th eoloag aot of 1837 remain iu the treasury for future develop ment, to make these bonds perpetual at 3 percent, and to permit them to be used at par a a basis for National Bank circulation. Salt Lake, Dec. 7. A special from Washington says that the advocates of bi metal n in have by no mean lost, hope of coming legislation in favor of an honest cur rency. It has leaked out that Francis E. Walker has called a conference of leading Eastern Republicans to formulate an educa tional campaign on bimetallic liues. A special from Nogales, Arixoua, of yes terday says : A miner from Arispe, Sonors, Mexico, reports depredations bv " Kid." a renegade Auaclie, and party, that killed one prominent Mexican rancher and sacked sev eral ranches and minine camps. At the mining camp of an American named Van Dorn tbey fired all the buildings and car ried oft or destroyed all goods and supplies. including a small stock of merchandise. The raid took the people completely by sur prise. As soon s the news reached the Prefect of tha Arispe district he sent oour ten to the different ranchtand mining camps, to warn the people, and started a detail of State soldiers in pursuit of the renegades. Salt Lake, Dec. 6. The City Coucil last night received a veto message from the Mayor of th stopgage of work on the grav ity sewer, confirmed the nomination of Joseph E. Caine for member of the Beard of rublio Works, accepted the resignation oi Councilman Beardslsy, adopted an ordi nance to let the city printing to the lowest bidder and transacted the usual routine business. The President at the Chamber of Com merce has apooiuted a strong oominittee of twenty-fits on Utah representation at the Midwinter rair. A sDecial from Washington say Mr. Rawlins will introduce in the House to-day the following bills: Appropriating 0U0, 000 for the erection of a public building in Salt Lake; appropriating (230,000 for a pubtio building at Ogden; extending for on. year the time tor nung aeciarauous uy having taken up desert lauds, to date from the first of next month. Mr. Rawlins has also prepared a substi tute for the bill already introduced by him self opening the Uintah and Uncompahgre Indian reservations for settlement. It is a more specific method and provides a way by wbioh the lands may be disposed of when onensd to settlement. Notices are to be r-". 7 . . - , . i published la the papers lor seaieu propuiau, where purchases are not to exceed 160 acre to each person and the payment of twenty five cents per aore will be required, and after two years, and not exceeding three, persons will be required to make proofs be fore patent will be issued. The bill also provide for townsites and the asle of lots aod for the appointment of a commission of five persons to make allotments to the Indians, and to aid in carrying into effect the statutes. Salt Lam, Deo. 7. The New York Life Insurance Co. is said to be contemplating the erection of a mammoth blook in this CUR WASHINGTON LETTER. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS city. Joseph Barton and John S. Houts were yesterday arrested in Ogden, for alleged fraudulent use of the United States mails iu connection with the Paoifio Oo.t Bond In- vestment Co. - In the school election yesteruay iu mi. citv Mr. Alff was re-eleoted irom tne urss precinct, Mr. Yresveruom mm, K . .u n :..l U, Tnrnnto Mr. nanseu iruiu vua vuu, from the fourth and Mr. Baldwin was re elected from the fifth. The administrator of the estate of Charles Nelson ha begun suit in the first district init th Southern Pacific, the decesssd having been killed, as alleged, owing to th. carelessness of the company. New came in yesterday that Mr. De Oolyer struck ore in one of his mine at Camn Floyd district night before last, and another report came in ye.voiu.j -ame character of ore had been struok as far ever almost as Tooele. This indioates that Colonel Wall s oeuei is true, iur no himself convinced that tne ore exieuu. tuny twenty-five miles in length, iWerj a.y brings oonnrmation oi mo imm n. i . Avfonaiva one and Bland expects th Committee oo linage will report an abso- lately free ilvr WU to tne nou... tariff bill will probably not be called np m t - n n .ff.K tha holidays. "r-TIT Minister Willi, has found an entirely different state of affair 1; . . i-Ai,.t.A hi Blount's re- Honolulu .uaa, J m ; . port. 8nator Dolph yeterday ddreaisd tha Nanata in ODDOSltlou h u tion's DollOT. Borrow, Deo. 6.-Conoerniug thereorgan- 1 at.. TT-i... PaniAa RailwaV CO., a lamaiuB w sua - Mew Bureaa uggests the following reorRsn i.. . Tt i. .nhmittsd that if an at- Ztt mnZ th. SM.OOO OOO !i iri P,ifln Indebtedness and niv full Mrsaeat to th Government while the earn InAere dorMin, It can best be done for Trij . mnm aneh comprehensive "tC. wTh. Union Paciflo .tookhold.Mtomirr.nderth.ir prwent ma- J. nl tha nronartv to th. U0V- rnm.nt, which can be represenUd by seven ji " .. tt,. tar.iva. on director to k. ..!t,l h .ar or to held life post' ."'.) .u . to have S1UUB, IHUIWt w - . i.TZ i .A nn other ooouDatioo, tne Gov.rnmt to Usu. " . 4.1.. nn .11 th. Union Pacioc ,k Jannarv 1. 1894. pay th verhmwt dbC which 'th. United SUU. ??JTf tSTrUffi Woo'" nnnVum wi)a in th. treasury 01 th. Union PMifio. half of whloh could be ci,l rii.trict is a most extensive one that by the early Spring there will be a vast body of men at work out there. If half the statements snail oe reauxeu, u have the biggest Rold camp in America, at least one that will cover tne mosi Bruuuu. The news comes, too, tnat every one inwr- eited over there is sanguine oi tne auraouiiy of th. distriot and of its great wealth. Colonel Sowers, wno retnrnea ibsi. e""'" from the new camp, thinks the Camp Floyd district i the greatest gold-produoing re gion in the world, not excepting South Atnce. , Th pyanide process is a wonderiul sue eeas and four dollar ore can be treated at a profit. It looks almost as tnougn mis in dustry had been saved for the time when the silver industry should be most de pressed, in order to give employment j iubu in want of work. The distriot has been known for twenty years, dus it was oniy recently that th process was discovered through whioh the ore could b cheaply and successfully worked. TKLBORAPHIC BRIVrTIM. Sevre wather ha prevailed in th north- wsst for th past week, the thermometer at some points reaching 40 9 below aero. Van Alen, Cleveland' appointee aa am baasador to Rome, will not accept the posi tion- Cleveland will oppose TTfc.k .. . Rtafn. . . Uuu.-- , . ..,. ,!, Anarchists ana pone. isn ouuuaj through th streets of London. . The uerman parnme - -- mittingthe Jesnita, wno were ' Bismarck, to return to the empire. , Senator Jone doe not oipc 7 toward .ilver from this administration. Snowslide in Monian. n P6!?1' . .. !.,.. n the Lehiah me ris. oi L" - th admission of CorraspondsBcs ol Tna Kscoas. Wasbinotok, November 28, 1893. Mr. Cleveland' determination to combin. in his own persona the func tions of both the legislative aDjd execu tive branches of the Government was never more plaioly shown than by the tariff bill, wbich is a far mora radical measure than it was generally expected to be. Mr. Cleveland ha actually compelled Democratic member of th House Way and Mean Committee to vote to pat articles on the free list against the protest of their Democratic constituenla and with the full knowl edge that such action would bring want to many people iu tbeir district an slates. This may seem a strong asser tion, but It Is not exaggerated in th. slightest degree. - How has Mr Clew land obtained sufficient control over Democratio members of the House to compel them to vote away the welfare of tbeir friends and constituents? The answer is eay. Ha has done it by the use of patronage and promises; be ha given them petty oflloea for their per aonsl follower and baa promised them that if they fail to get renominated and elected to the fifty-fourth Congress be will provide for them personally. Chairman Wilson of the Committee oo Way and Mean, who has betrayed two of the greatest industries of Weat Virginia, by allowing coal and iron ore to be placed on the free list, la under stood to have beeu promised a lifetime position on the bench of the V. o. Circuit or District Court as a reward for his treachery to the interest of his state and people. The same policy ia to be carried out to get votes for the Cleveland tariff bill it Is a misnomer to call it bv anvbody else' name in the House, and will probably succeed as well as with tne committee. But when it comes to the Senate those tactics will not necessarily suc ceed. The average Senator is always more independent than a member of the House. Hi term is six year ana, if be has lately been eleoted, will ex tend beyond that of the President, so that he doe not feel that be baa any need of being "taken care of" by the administration in case bis aotion or vote is unsatisfactory to bis constitu ents. There is not the slightest expec tation that the Senate will pass the tariff bill a It is now, even ir Mr. Cleveland succeed in bis announced intention to railroad it through the House, although, looking at the matter from a purely political standpoint, it would be the best thing that . happen for tha Republican party for it to beoome a law just as it now is, but It would b a great hardship on the wage earners of the country; consequently Republicans will try to defeat it, or in any event to bav it amended in many respects. Among the long list of articles placed on the free list by the new bill are the following: wool, iron ore, coal, pig tin, hemp, flax, jute, silver-lead oref copper, salt, crude borax, binding twine, cotton ties, aod lumber not ad vanced in preparation beyond sawing. The cut on article left on the dutiable list Is deep and will probably average somewhere about forty per cent. No news is expected from Hawaii, unless it be secured by a Bpecial stesmer sent by ome enterprising newspaper, before December 11. The administration would very gladly crawl out of the unpleasant hole in which it finds ilself, but as It cannot its member pretend an indifference they are far from feeling. Secretary Greuham is trying to sneak out by tell ing bis personal friends that Mr. Cleveland had determined to restore the Queen before he waa aworn in and that Blount' instruction were pre pared in the White House and given to him by Mr. Cleveland, and luat lie (Gresbam) had nothing whatever to do with shaping the Hawaiian policy. But .ven while trying to do the sneak aot he baa proven hi complicity in what will be regarded by posterity as one of the most dastardly atate crimes In American biatory, by ransacking the State Department record and giving out for publication in administration news papers isolated letters wMon aeemtu bear out bia theory, or, as he claims, Mr. Cleveland' theory, that the Harri on administration bad knowledge of the intention to overthrow the Queen long before that event took place. Just why the administration tbink that it position would be completely vindicated if this fact were proven is Th Board met in regular session Mondsy, all the members present. Minutes of previous meeting read and ap proved. A communication waa presented request ing that the boundaries of the Bristol School District be ohsnged so as to include Bennett Springs. It waa orn.rau by the Board that th boundaries of Bristol School Distriot be chsnged so as to make Bennett Springs tha centre. A petition was received from Hiko r. questing that $75 be appropriated to repair road between Hiko and Helene. It was or dered that the sum of $75 be appropriated in accordance with the prayer of the peti tion and th same be allowed by contract to the Magnolia Mining Co. for the repair of the road between Hiko and Helene. , A petition from St. Joatsw presented asking the Board to appoint a commission to open a roadway through Robert L.gan's land. Th. Clerk was direoted to inform th. signers of the petition that the petition must be filed and signed by 24 taxpayers and freeholders on last assessment roll, and uDon receint of same the Board would ap point two commissioners and the owner of the land would appoint two, ana eiter tn. amount of damage is ascertained, the free holder who shall derive such benefit shall pay for the aame before said road is ordered Complaint was maae tnat w " Huntsman had turned the water from th main creek into the main wagon road at lower Keen Springs ; the Clerk was ordered to inform said D. W. Huntsman that he turn the said water back into the main channel at once. A communication was received from W. D. Maynard requesting the Board to allow him for the takiiig of testimony in the case of Nevada vs. Thomas Morgan. The claim was not considered, as it was contrary to an order made by the Board previous to taking such testimony. The sum of thirty-five dollars was turned over to the Board by the request of relstiv.s of C. W, Wadleigh, deoeased, the amount being advanced by the county. The Board appointed Thomas Gravis Constsble a Helene, and he waa allowed thirty days to file bond in the sum of $1000. Reports of officers were then read and ap proved. A budget of claima waa presented and allowed. The list appears in another col ..ml The Recosd. Complaints of Luning Co., C. D. Vin .nt and Chss. Sutro 4 Co. vs. Lincoln county, served on Chairman Sohaefer, were taken up, and the Distriot Attorney was ordered to prepare answer to the complaints. The Boaad then adjourned. NO.12. rvrsn n a ic:rrTi "When I was a Boy, Writes Postmaster J. C. Woodson, Forest Hill, W. Va., " I had a bron chial trouble f such a persistent and stubborn character, that the doctor pronounced it Incurable with ordinary medicines, and advised me to try Ayer't Cherry Pectoral I did so, and one bottle cured me. For the last fifteen years, I have used this preparation with good effect whenever I tuke A Dad Cold, and I know of numbers of people who keep it in the house all the time, not considering it safe to be with out it." "I hare been using Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral In my family for 30 years, with the most satisfactory results, and can cheerfully recommend it as being espe cially adapted to all pulmonary com plaints. I have, for many years, made pulmonary and other medicines a special study, and I have come to the conclusion that Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral occupies a position pre-eminent over other medi cines of the class." Chas. Davenport, Dover, N. J. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer k Oo., Lowell, If ess. Promnt to act. sureto cure Main Street, Pioche, Nevada. IXPOnTEH AKD DEALER Df HARDWARE, MILLING & MINING SUPPLIES, Iron, Steel and Pumps, Belting, Packing and Hose, Machinist's, Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools, Steam V" Water and Gas Pipe, " Guns, Rifles. Pistols and Ammunition, Cutlery of Every .: 4 Description. STOVES AND TUTWAEB, Crockery and Claesware, Agricultural Implement and Wagons, Hardwood and Wagon Material, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Oils and Class, Prepared Iron Roofing, Pitch, Tar and Resin, Rope and Naval Stores, elso a Complete Assortment of House FainisMiig Goods. SENATOR JOHN P. JONES. The Wiunemuooa Silver Stat says "Tha last fond hoDO of the Nevada Republicans was shattered and- d when Sm.t joue,uounoed to them through the fop. uliat address that he was ..done with th g. o. p. The Senator trusted certain men in the State during the last campaign to tell him tha truth but he found after the elec tion that they had misstated every fact and he was led into an error that he has many times regretted the sending of a telegram to the effect that he thought it best for Nevada to elect the Harrison eleotors. He now intends no doubt to make up for that mistake by doing all in his power to defeat the Republican party from now and for ever." The Nevada Southern. The Los Angeles Express says that Presi dent Blakely of the Nevada Southern, C. Mulholland and others engaged in the work, of raising an $80,000 loan in Southern Cali fornia, are well satisBed with the progress made. The enthusiastic and business-like meeting at Passadena gave the enterprise a new impetus. Citizens of San Bernardino have also asked that a meeting be held thara tn nreaent the matter to the people. it is understood that so far Los Angeles business firms and private individuals have vAnnA .Vinnt 9M (W) and additional assur ances are eiven by which the amount will THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Is a newspaper devotal to tb bast interests ol the Western slops, aod particular! to tb. davel- opmsai of sue lotermouniaia wubvj. For advertising purposes Incomparably the best paper between San Franeiao. and Denver - Dally, 345 Issues per y.ar, Sia.oo Weekly, 1 pp. 96 col., per yr. . . J. OO Weakly, six month,', .r 1 f; Waaadyt tarss months........... Address, THE TlilBTJNE, Salt Laas City, Dtab. ffli HEADQUARTERS FOR , (Hut, Blurting and. Gun Ponder, Fuss. OsadUcs, Jil'VO., BTO. In connection with the establishment U a w.M? Bared to execute promptly all orders for Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Wort. SEAlr. Water andExhaust Pipe, HumbinS and Pump Work. The Stock comprises the Bast Grade of Good, obtainable, and Price, re Reduced to a figure that Defies Compotition. ojsrm pnioH to a-UjI Main Street, Opposite Lacour, Carries Full Line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES :o:o:o: THE PIOCHE Meat Market. Main Street, Pioche. fi g WM. J. V. DE FRIEZ, Miners and Prospectors Outfitted in Every Detail :o:o:o:- BEDROCK PRICES, j THOEfflPSOBJ, DEALER IN be increased a little later. The prospect of amount needea tor im- raisins the entire mediate heavy work on very good. the roadbed seems Valley railroad has resulted in the destruo- more tliim I oau see tion of a vast amount of P'onmy- that n, intelligent The New xor Danas suuu -i seventy-six millions in ( - quirement. ANOTHER UNFORTUNATE, A New York Herald Pari oabl dispatch ay that Prino Colonn. daughter of Mr. John W. Mackay, naa appueu .t -separation from Princ. F.rdinand Gallatro Colonn. and for th. co.tedy ot tar One children. Mr. Moay oppo"- --" but eventually g.v. way. The tad w. married without a oos or munua, -- Mr. Mackay aliowea ner ,u - 175 000 a year, besides giving ner n..- vJn.lbUp.eLnt.. Th. Herald', correspon dent .swan intim.U friend of th. family who said! "frinc. voion VT Maekay hav not poken for yar. Mo on . . t AU. MAsnAn an ml Mrs Mackay haa paid forth Princ.'. gambling d.bt-0T.r 1.000,000 in fiv. years. Apart, from the allowanc. he mad hi. t'M". ter. h. also save her the money with.Hhish It is probable citizen oat of evry ten would ay that this Govern ment did xaotly what wa right Hit had actually dethroned the Quon, a Mr. Cleveland would like tb country to believe. Virginia City is haying an epidemio of death; two or three funerals occur nearly every day. Mexico Is one ahead of tb United Btatea in the tranmislon of long dla i tanoe electric lighting. An electrlo plant on the Bio Grande nd light to Guadalajara, 17 mile away. Mine owner should remember that to take advantage of th upeosion law a notio will have to be filed with th County Recorder certifying that The Carson New ay that Hon. H. F. Bartine is once more settled in his Carson home and that h haa oonoluded to resuma the praetice of law. After a suspension of nearly a year, the oublication of the Virginia City Enterprise has been resumed, with John E. McKinnon aa lessee. Virginia will come to the front g,in' . o 8ome parties are making desperate at tempt to revive the old dead camp of Lew iston, Utah. The ore runs from $2 to $10 a ton. A lot of " guff '! about the camp i aiven in our telegrephio- ditpatohes. W wouldn't advise anybody a tW.. if a man did make such a wonderful atnke as or. going $3 or $4 to th. ton;' ' rr r ' The San Francisco Stockraisers" Review says i Reports from, most interior point speak of a shortage of beef oattle. The same state of things is more likely to hap pen in Nevada also, which would make it very nimcuii lor our civy w wuwm lar winter supply. Shauld these report turn out true we can hope for an inorease in value all along the line. PROPHirroR. Imps eoastantlv oa hand TBS BIST IIE1T8 Beef. :- Mutton, VEAL, PORK, Etc. Reasonable Price to all and Free Delivery to all part of town. FLOUR,-:-GRAIN,-:-HAY, AND GENERAL :o: PRODUCE. Finest Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars -:o: DR. A. BJORNSON, Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence, at former residence of John 8hier, Meaoow vaiiey o., Pioche. Nevada. SUMMONS. LB, MJMM of Buthol Saw In Jostle Court Helene Townshlpof the Const? OtLlnoOlD.BtateOIB.raua. nharlaa Garrett A Oo., PlalntlflS, Barthol and Jam. Hutoht&aoa, Tha Rt.ta of Nevada to D. Barthol and James Bntehlnson, of Barthol Saw Mill Co: v. ku.k, inrnmnnM to amiair oefor. sae, Jostles of the Peace In and for Helen. Town ship. Comity sad State aforesaid, stnj offtoe to att L'oloek a. m. of that day. to answer the eomplalnt ol unariea i. j a- hnn vna tha anm of ona hondrad and twenty-one and thirty on hundredths dollars for aoods supplied and money loaned, aa per sSoourt on 01?. a tally set forth la PUuntlff s la In my nfltfus. Tod yoo w hereby' noting that If yoa fall to aoixw ad answer th complaint as aforesaid. m h takan snliut on forth som ol oo aondred end Swenty one and thirty onshun- dradths dollars ana com oi aim. To th. Sheriff or any Constable of said eoonty, Greeting: Make legal service and due retoro her. iiim Mdw mt hand this 4th flay of Wovember, LOUIE KLEIN, AT TH S. OLD ia Brewery Saloon Main Street, Kesps on hand a Batter Grade of LIQUORS and CIGARS than any hous. in town. CALL AND SAMPLE THE 8TOOK. Hid hist Ca P tnSTwtZOlr' Ground FloorThoinp.on's Opera House, Main St., Pioche cFREE TO ALLD Camping on the old Corrd AT THE LOWER END OF TOWN. UNDBR THBJ MANAOBMBNT 03T- GEORGE B. V7 ARBEIT. JOHN SHERIDAN, T AND SHOE UU He is now rea dv to furnish First-Class Accommodation to ! the freighting puouu. . j He also caries a complete stock of Freighters' Supplies. first door north of th Odd Follow' Build Ins, alsln Street. Geo. S. Sawyer, Mtomeyand Counsellor-at-law, OIBe. 1st Lyach'a Block, H. E. FRSUDiriTIUL, Notary Public. WMSS-ft'f! JSW-t'lf '