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TUG OHIO MA.N.
He Will Tnlte .tie l,oIi..rtntr IT He t'un Get It Haltou'a Vropct. Washington, March 80. Ohio for tho tfccnnt Cubinet position is the talk everywhere hero now. Hor claims have seemingly taken tangible shape that i, it la well known here that at least tho olaims of Foster and Butterworth have been presented to tho Pieaident. Now that Ohio is fairly into the race, every Ohioan bcchib to ho anxious to say or do something, and tho consequonco is, Ohio is on every tongue. But this docs not indicate that Ohio will get tho place; no, not by a long way. Major Bjitterworlh was among the callers at the White House yesteiday. Ho makes no Bocrccy of 'his candidacy now. Tho Star says of the Ohio boom. "Ohio is the first to come to the front to the vacancy iu the Cabinet caused v tho death of Postmaster General Howe. The ifuneral of Mr. Howe over, tho presumption on the part of the Ohio man is that the President will now take up for consideration the question of his successor. This afternoon General Charles Orosveuor, of Athens, Mr. Biiggs Cunningham, a national bunk president of Cincinnati, and Mr. W. T. Lippincott, of Cincinnati, also a hanker, will call upon the President and urgo upon him the importance of Ohio tyiig represented in the Cabinet. They have no candidate to urge, but only the claim of tho State to rocognition. General Grogvcnor says that the appointment of an Ohio man in the Cabinet will very materially strengthen the Ohio Republicans in the State campaign next fall. Aside from this, however, he thinks Ohio is entitled to recognition becauso its olcctoral vote will, be, necessary in the Presidential campaign to elect a President of the United States." Tho Critic states upon semi-official authority that the President will designate frank Iiatton First Assistant Postmaster 'General, to be aoting Postmaster General, which ftppolntmeutwill hold good ten days, at the end of which a Postmaster General will, under tho law, hate to be appointed, and predicts Ilatton's final appointment. Honpltalttle to Dla. Washington, March 80. Yesterday General J. W. Foster, General Sherman, Assistant Secretary State Davies, and a doxen others, steamed down the Potomac on the United States steamer Dispatch to Mount "Vernon, with ex-President Diax, of Mexico. .General Diaz expressed himself aa delighted with the trip. General Dias and pasty leave Washington for New Xoxk, via the Baltimore ana Potomao road, to-day in the speoial train provided by the Wabash, St. Louis and Paolfio Railway, which brought them through from St. Louis and Chiongo. From New York the party goes- to Boston for two days, and after visiting Albany will return to Galveston, Texas, where a steamer will be taken for Vera Crux. The samo train, by special request cf Genoral Diaz, will convey tho distinguished guests thioughout the entire land trip. The July Wheat Corner Suit Decided. CuiOAC.o, Match HO. The Illinois Supreme Court yesterday decided tho celebrated suit of A. M. Wright, J. T. Bestcr, and others, against the Chicago Board of Trade, affirming tho decision of the lower court. The litigation giew out of tho famous July wheat comer, engineered by Philip Armour, C. J. Kershaw, and John Plaukiulon, where the price was run up from tho nineties to 136. Four million bushels were defaulted, tho principal defaulters being Wright, Lester, Buker & Co., Smith McCormick tc Co., nnd Adams Bros. An arbitration committco ruled in favor of Armour, but tho defaulter uppealcd to tho court, sustained tho boaid, and on further appeal tho Supremo Court sustains the board in its ruling that tho twenty-one defaulters must pay the margin or be expelled from tho board on tho ground that the board is a voluntary body and can discipline its own members. Important A Trent. London, March 80. The watchfulness of the English detectives, which has recently , been extreme, was this morning rewarded by the capture at Liverpool of a passenger I in ill a iitnnniAV frmn Prti'lr fmllnviifl in k i un Irishman, who had iu his possession a box containing explosives, and what are believed to bo infernal machines. The police have not given details of the in- loimation in tueir possesion, nut it is understood that they hae not been uble to identify their prisoner or connect him with any particular organization. I "H'uldKy Importation to Ctumdn. Ottawa, Mai oh 80. A private dispatch has been received here fiotu Washington stating that the Anicricnu Government had placed in tho hands of tho British minister notification for conveyance to (he Canadian Gmeriunent to tho effect that they would have no objection to the Dominion Government modifying tho existing laws and regulations respecting the admission of Amcliciin whiskies in(o Canada to meot the requirements of the Distillers' Association of tho United States. Oil JttiiiMti Nix Cents. Pittsudrci, Mai oh 30. IUch harvests f w'ero reaped 'yesterday by speculators in petroleum. All morning and thej;reater part of the afternoon tho fluctuations ranged from 04 to 90 cents only, but at 2;80p. m., when news was received, (that the tyurpby well xi Forest 'county hrtd beeftdargoy discounted, thfl irfarjsel tdblt ah upward bound, 'and in tea, inunutea ihed ajlTamjed'O qetUp, from WeenU to $Pwd ithe kuslue of th day jclosei at 00 .cenfs. Great excitement reigned. Sentenced to Be Hnnfred. Chattanooga. March ,80. D. F. Walker was sentenced to bo hanged May A at Trenton, Ga., for tho murder of Sam Hardbergcr. Hardherger was assaulted on a mountain and perforated with bullets for purposeBofrobbory,andhis festering corpse was not found for soveral days. When tho sentence of death was pronounced Wnlkoi stood up nnd said calmly, " You have an innqcent man." NejrrocH Found Mnrdorod. St. Louis, MarchCO. Henry Dcpugh nnd Henry Ross, negroes and cousins, wer found dead in their cabin, at tho negro settlement near Alton, 111., last night) Dcpugh wai killed by a shot from a gunj wliilo tho other was knifed. Vengeance, it is thought, was tho motive which.led to tho deed, but so far nil is conjecture, and tho murderers nro unknown. Solh rcon III. RontKSTKR, N. Y., Mnrch 80. Set Green is extremely ill, nnd his condition does not improve. He is exhausted 1'ioin insomnia. 1. k Itt'llOtlM. WAstit.Noio.s, , roll y0. T he Department of Justice has decided, owing to the strictures passed upon the President on account of certain pardons recently made, notably those of Murphy and O'Lcary, the Washington three-card uionte men, to hereafter keep oeoiet nil pardons. Tho infamy of this rule is nppaient to tho most cnsunl observer. Tne pardoning power is to be made one of the pnvato inteiests hereafter. Arretted for u Crime Committed Voars Aeo. Stanjori), March 80. "Shcrifl W. B. Hnskins, of Mississippi City, Mo., arrived here this morning, having in custody William Shadoan, who isohaigcd with the two Confederate soldiers in this county in 1802, and the murder of a then prominent citizen, Berry Davis. Ho denies the charges, but witnessed are here who will swear to his identity. Eleventh Indlunn District. WajnurtTON, March 30. Tho Commissioner of Internal Revenue has ordered the transfer of the office of tho Eleventh Indiana District, on April 1, to Thos. M. Kirkpatrick. Death of General nuforrl. CnicAao, March 80. General N. B. Buford is dead. He graduated at West Point in 1827, and held the rank of Brigadier Genoral of volunteers in tho war of the rebellion. He was born in Kentucky in 1807. Ullded Nickel. Washington, March 80. Countcifeitem continue to gild and pasi as 5 gold coins the new five cent nickels, say the Treasury official, and tho Secret Sorvico is scooping in the rogues by thosoore eiery day. RIVCR INTi;i,I.It;UNCR. I'lTTiBUsn, I'., MhiuIi IX). lllver t feel 5 lai ht-8 am rinm..'. Whkkumj, V. Vi,. .Mnrch tio. Hirer 7 feet inohtfs nnd rising. ' Cincinnati, Mmvh 30. Ulver 2.1 feet 9 Inches ml rising. Louisvillc, :'.. Itivnr 8 feot .1 inches in chiihI, nnd ii Iff l - liiuhi's in uhutc. Stntioaiir.v. EvANbvu.Lt, March M. Kivel 11 feet and' stationary. Cairo, III., Mamh ."0, River '24 feet 10 Inches mid riving. MARKETS ItY Tia.EGUAPn. Ciiidiiiiiiti, Muruh .10. riovn and Chain Flour-Winter p.itni, VicjB Co; hundy, t m 6 10; tow guide, 1 7(1 ""; npiing patent. SO 73 (S7 'i Itepulnr No. 't rod 41 lOuud No. 3 lurd.Sl ISi.tl 1j. t:m .No. 1 n trok, M.J No ..I niluMl ewt.tr If, VJi". O.itfi -No i!,4i on tim'k; Nn !S whllf 17c, H'--No 1'niley Noiiilnal,Mo.'H lor nu ell'Tini;. I'kunisions Mes mirk. S18 .10AI8 75. Lard btfiiiri leaf, ll.Auo, prune Mtulii, ll'c. Iluon l,oo Nh')uldm, Ati", slioit rib Mden, 10.WQ lu.7iic; MiiKxr oilivd nunis, lldvl'1". tiuoi rio, inferior, S'.t onlinnry, 0' (! Vi Rood, lo'iftite: Java, IKvj.ic. huifr Litxiem M'llow eximC, 7Ji(8'i; bttind.il J A, H'rfi; KrunulmecT, )'x(4'JM' cut loaf, S). Molusspit (oni to jiriine rew OrleAus, SQ 6Je; Sorghum, '&A'i"o. Kkuit and NuonABiKi, ApplPS Primo to choice, $ 5C(34 M. CiunlxjrriM, ?3 25:iW)per box. Oraiiju'S Flondaa, 4 605 pvr box. Lemons, f 1 S'a3 6 per lox. Cahlagr, 31 76(71 brl. Uiuon, JJJ 'lb pir brl. Turnips, ioy ?ier nor Idl. i'otutoea nw, 'MiwUm per iUiiiei Northern Hurluuks, $l(cl 05 per bujliol; lloliignu peae)ib0W8, ylKW. Ilaltimore, k Mmcii .TO. Flour Ilowurd Ptreet und Wmlfm tinpertine, -i 37(1; extra. H 7Sl 87: finil),$u6 87. (Jkais. Wheal... No. -i h inter red, spot, $1 I9Vi iked. Com Mixfd, npot, toVjiijGTu. wliitf, bl(&Uv'; iiilxiU, WyMo. Hj Dull at 65(i70o. FuoYuioKf. Mess pork 10. Hulk meats ehouldon nnd clear rib utiles, pjekeil, ;4($llo. liacon tihitul'leri, W40; clear rib Bldos. Via. l10o. ViV: butter Western packed, 17(&2.'o; roll, H(lSc. Now Yorlt. March 30. ObTTh Wheat No. 1 Mhlte, 81 li; No. a red, April, 91 WQ 1 !w. Corn Mixed Weiteru, spot, 63(f 6sicj do futures, ttoQU'JJo. OaUWeutern, il(j 47c. Provihiom. Href New plin me, fll Ififit 12 75. 1'orU 8potnew uic8, $10gIU .'.1. Lanl htoHin riudertid, ll,uc. liuttcr Wenfeni, 101 Sia.i uruauierr, Xle. Cheese Finn at e4 Hio. Live NtocU Mnrket. ClneiitiiHtl, March 30. Csttle Common in fidrslilpper, aSO (A; good to choice ImU'litrs", MtJO; fair to mrdlum, $t(i$9 common, i wo 1 T6f common tofalroipn, ?tQ4; good to choice, 14 Wfi)5 W; etookers snd feodnrs, ti 763a 70. butchers' und heavy sliippors, IT O Q$7 fcO, with none of the best on sale; uir to pood packers, $7 HW 6Ti fair to good light, 77r4; commou, ' $0 75(jj7j oullrf, i(s0;'A); atpok hoirt.'fs 78c7. - it Snoop Common to fair, H(9S 75; good to ehotoe.'S M($ia, and soma extra at a W,icul)a, J3 74. V I Chlcnro. March SO. Iloes Pair to cood llsht. 17-1037 71): inlxed pucklnjr, 7 10M7 CO; ohoica .fjirfie Hhipping, W8 'BOjiedrn T&imnWMi. Vsrck mUv at S7 30S7 W. (J1TY ANJ) COUNTY DIBECTOItV. Cenk-ta ClrpBit Coari. Judge A. K. Cole, Commonwealth'H Attorney T. A. Currnn. Parry. Bherltr I'erry Jefferson. f Dau i'eirlne. Deputies: Clirtn Jftlerson. ( J. W Alexander. Juller DennlH Fltzpoiald. Tuesdny alter neconid Mondnv In Jnnunn. April, July mid October in ench your. Comity conn. JndRO Wm, P. Coons. County Attorney J. L. Whltnker. Clerk-V. W. Ball. Second Monday c encn month. ((tiurK rly Court. Tuesday utter seconci Mondiiy In Mnrch, June, September and December In each year. JrltifriNtrnteH Courts. Mnyavlllo, No. l.W.H. Pollock and J.L. Grant, first niid third Tuesdays in March, June, September nnd December. MuyHVllle, No. 2. M. F. Mnrsh and W. L. Holton. fit Ht Baturduv alid fourth Tuesday. piiino months. Dover, No. 3 A. A. uitiuon nntl A. ir. Dotiynp, first nnd thhd yodneiduy, same months. Miuorvn, No. -0. N. Wenver nnd J. II. Wntson, fit st and tlilul IuimIii.vh, same months. aermuntown.No.C B. F. Pollock nnd Jap. Kenan, ana tlihd Buliiiduys, same lUOUtllH. HanllH, No. 0-J. M. Ball nnd J. W TIHon, Hecoiid and fourth SntnrdnvH, same months. Muysllck, No. 7-C. W.WUMnmannd J. 1). Rnymond, second and fourth Ftldays, bame months. Lewlsburp, No. 8 J. M. Alexander and Abuer Hord, second und fourth Thursdays, Nutno montliH. Ornnppbnr. No. 9 "V. D. Coryell and W.J. Tutlv. tlist t3aturdny nnd Inst Monday. sunie mnntliN. ' Waslilncton. No. 10 John Ryan and Jntne Smlthors, fourth Tuehduy nnd third Wednesday, snmo months. Mnipliynvlllo, No. 11 Lewis Jefferson nnd E. L. Gnult, fourth Monday name months. Fern Leaf, No, 12-H. K. Mn&tln nnd J. B. BurROSH. second and fourth Saturdays, wim months. rollNtllMcN. Mnysvllle.No. 1-J. P. Wallnee. Mnysvllle, No. 2 W. L. Mornn. Dover, H. MeMillan. Mlneivn.No. 4 Jnme Kunyon. Gnrmnntown, No. Woodward. Saidls, No A. Collins. Mnyellck. No. 7 Thomas Murphy, LowiMntrj?, No. S H. M. Strode. Oransu'hiug, No. 9- Thomas Hhe. Wiibhlngton, No. Gnult. MurpliyHVllle. No. 11-W. It. Pratber. Fern Leaf, No. 12-B. W. Wood. Society JIKiefliiK JNiiwnnfr. Confidence LottRo, No. 52. first Monday ol ench month. Mumju Lodge, No. r12, thlid Monday of each tn""'1'. .... M aysvlllu, Chapter. No. 0, nccond Monday of earh month, MayHVille Commnndery, No. 10, fourth Monday of ench month. i. . o. r. PlKnh Encampment, No. 9. second and (onrMi Monday In each months at 7 o'clock. PeKalti Lodge. No. 12, Tuesday night, eucb week, nt 7 o'clock. HlnKgoId. No. 27, Wednesday night, enoh week, at 7 o'clock. KiiivhtN of Honor. The first nnd third Tumlny of each month. Lodge room on Sutton sliest. K. ot P. Limestone Lodge, No. 3(?, Friday night 01 each week. I. O. W. M. WeilneMlay night each week.nt their hall on Second street. Korintity Il.V.M. Second nnd fourth Sundays In each month, it their ballon Limestone street. I'nttier Mnthew T. A. N. FliHt Sunday In each month, at theli hall on tit. litriek' Benevolent oeiey. Second Sunday In each month, at tlieii Hall m Llmestonostreet. Clear Miilterji' Union. Flist Tuesday night in ouch month. l.O. ,T. Monday niht ol ench week. .Mail. K. C. It. R., arrives atOiIltl n. m. nnd b:U p. n. Doparts at o:45 11. in. a nil 1 in. 1I0NAT..A. down Monmi.v. Wednesday nnd Frld.iysnlOp. 111. UpTutsdny, Thursday und Saturday nt 8 p. in. CITY C'OVKKNMKftT. Tho Bnant ol Council meets the tlist Thursday evening In nrii mouth. Jniitiiuy. CntinciJ. Preeldiiit L. Fii. Penieo. FlMt WuidFiel. Bcudcl, A. A. worth, L. Kd. I'enico. Second V .mt Ui.G. W.Martin, IhomnsJ. Clienoweth, M.O. Hutehlns. Third Peuice.K. W. Kllzgurnld. David Hechinner. ... . Fomtli Waid-Dr. J. P. A. V. Alexander. Fifth Wiinl Wui.B. Mathews, Jnmes Hall, Edwiud Myall. Treasmer and Collector E. K. Ptuire. Cloi k H arry Taylor. Muihi)al.lnnu'H lUdmond. Robert Browning. neiniiiiw i PeputleH. w,0i Dawson. WimrfmiiHWr ltobml Ficklln. Wood and Iftitl lnspoctor Peter Parker. MHTkotinaster il . T. Cockerlll. Oltj Physicliin Dr. I. T. Strode Keeper of Alms House Mrs. S. Mills. .WTEIrV DOMESTIC PATTERNS AT Hunt & Doyle's. Windhorst & Blum, ' FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Have Just received thplrHprlngBtock ed and Domestic Goods ot tho luteststyles. PrlceH reiujoniible and work tho best, auily J. C. PEC0R & CO., MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, PAINTS,1LN. VARNISH. HHd READY JU.3Ep JPINX, WALX PAPER. ' Outrpet Paper, WINDOW SHADES. ' 1 1 1 II. I, ,i 1 in i.f , 1 n J. C. Pecor & Co. CLOTHING. CLOTHING. KENTUCKY CLOTHING 3VIA.YS VI3L.2L.E, KY. Fresh arrival of Spring Goods to be sold at tbe lowest possible prices. A Complete line of latest styles and best make of READY-MADS GLOTKX2TG, for men, youths and children. Positively the finest lino of Piece Goods, imported and domestics, ever brought to this city, Yhich we are prepared to make up in the latest styles and fashions. Perfect fits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods including many novelties. Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. Call and see us. 31 Second St. America Ahead! FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. 1SK FOR IT! BUT IT 1 1 TRY ITlV mlld&wlm ZZZZZ NOTICR KB" A C Ar "Xjo Ad 91 die celebrated WEBSTER WAGONS Juot received. Call and,gotone forilemouey tbnn you ever bouuhta Wagon. auiTMly Mi.ALLAIULEY. NOTICES. IT having been asset ted thatl am preparing to move to the count ly nndclveup my interest In the Sewing .Machlno bunlnqs, 1 take this method ol announcing to my friends nnd the public that there Is not a word of.lrutli In It except 1 lint I will move my family to the country but will continue IohoII tlieor,D at the tmnie place, hccond street, opposite post office, and run my wagons In the oountry hb heretoloio. the above, i am thauklul to the public for the large pntioniigel have rf col ved for the passed nine yearn, nnd repectlully bollclln share in the future. Jim2d&w3m O.A. Mcl'UArKEN, Acent for the Hlnger Mauufa.ctur)ng to. t. DKALKK IN STAPLE AND FANCY Tenn, Tobacco, Clenis, Queensware, Wooden ware. Glassware. Notions. Ac. Hluhest niicu paid forCountiy Produie. Ooodsdellveicdto any part ol the city. Cor. Fourth and Plum Streets, npl21yd it A YHVILLK, KY. T. B. Fulton K. Davis. PULTON & DAVIS, -Manufacturers of- OHIO VALLEY MILLS FAMILY FLOUR, Corn, Shorts and Shipstuff. Flour for sale by all grocers In the city. PULTON & DAVIS, nulodly ABERDEEN. O. THE EBEB PIM For nowor.nurlty of tone.brllllnncy oftouch beauty of finish and durability It has no equul.Tlie most onfinent pliuilbUi pronounce It THE BEST IN THE WORLD. L. F. METZGER. MANAGER, Branoh offlce,,Maysvlller Ky. :Also, Tho erldorga8cons ly on harid. Correapondeutii.prqriini yaa wered. Payment easy. Ijaatk4, WJJ. HOUSE Yicroy & Lee. SCROFULA and all scrofulous diseases, Sores, Erysipelas, Eczema, Ulotclics, Itlngworm, Tumors, ltolls, and Eruptions of tho Skin, aro tho direct result of an impure state of tho blood. To cure these diseases tho blood must bo purified, and restored to a healthy and natural condition. A viiit's Sausai'AKIlua. has for over forty years been recognized by eminent medical authorities as the most powerful blood purifier in existence. It frees tho system from all foul humors, enriches and strengthens the blood, remove all traces of morcurial. treatment, and proves itself a complete master of all scrof ulous diseases. A Itcccnt -Cure of Scrofulous Soi;es. "Soma months ago I was troubled with scrofulous soros (ulcers) on my legs. The limbs wdr badly swollen and inflamed, audi tho sprejiidls? charged largo quantities of olfensive matter, Kvory remedy I tried failed, ruitil I usod4AvKB's Saiisai'AUU.i.a, of which I have now takep tlirco bottles, with the result that the sores are healed, and my general health greatly imnrov.od. Med very grateful for the good your medicine has dona nu). Yours respectfully, lus. ANN O'llMAN," 148 Sullivan St., Now York, June 2i, 1882. All persons Interested are Invited to rail on, Ititrri. O'JIrlan l 1ho upon tliQ Ituv. iC P. "Wilds of 78 East 54th Street, New York City, lio will take pleaaura In trstlfripj; to the vrondorful cfllcacy of Ayer'a not only In the euro of tliltt lady, but In hla own case and many others within his knowledge. The well-known tetittrpn the Bottom Herald, B. VT. Hall, of Jlochtster, ...writes, Juno 7, 1882: " Having suffered severely for some years with Eczema, and having fallqdto Und relief from other remedies, I have made use, during the past tlireo nionthv of Aykh'3 Sauhavauilla. which ha etfectcd a complete cure. I consider it a magnificent remedy tor all blood diseases." Ayer's Sarsaparilla stimulates and regulates tho action of the digestive and aislmllatlvo organs, renews and strengthens tho vital fores, and speedily cures lUiemnatlsm, Neuralgia, lthoumatle Gout, Catarrh, General Debility, and all diseases arising from an impoverished or corrupted condition of tho blood, nnd a weakened vitality. it is incomparably the cheapest blood medicine, on account of Its concentrated strength, and great pou er over disease. riUM'AUED tlY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; price $1, six bottles for $& E A LY St-to U Mo'iroo 'oti..Clilcano 'von Willm limi llo'iivMn'Ullitlf DAND OA.ALOsJUE, 'j (or IW, iJ..i .11' . 1 zruiistl 1 "S of inilruiiuf ti. ultl, ni. iwiu, iII.,mMi,i . . f.nl..iiii& " Willi".'.'. " - l' ---" -1 k....i f.ii. fi , hi .'. m.'f an I ln 1111. Rm.lr. Hint O illitt. Hrrvilrinf PlIMrllt',l I fJJul 'jiln l" '' Aimlnir IHoiU, uJCUlcifJ' CI tLCJk lUUu MIUIC itblVdAwIy MAlARVQI For Tcactilnfr all Ol BranchcH of Drew ntiHiM rjsh1 I Cutting, and every garment Boirfliflg Scnool ItM SRAFIKQ, and aU tho FINISHING PACTS of DRESSMAKING! Position Quaranteid if Desired. MnnKitSSIl 3.W.00DTC0. While learnlog. ' CINCINNATI, OUia mnrSd&wSni EDGEWOOD. Desirable COUNTRY Place FOR SALE.V , . . - WILIi fcell pilvntcly.on rcaFonnbloternis, I mv ninpi. lrnnwii nsKihiewood. on the Lex ington turnpike, oilo nnd n lonrth miles irom Mnysvllle. Tho trnctcontnliiH HncrtH, moro or lesB, a,nd hus on l a FINE DWELLING Lot seven xooroR nnd a kitchen, a good stablo, and a)l other n,eqcssa,ryouiuu.iumKB, lue"""" .i Anr,t YiAiiuo nrthrto rooms. 'The pftaeff haa on.lt aeoodbearlng qflKva.rletlefi,lfl,wrell adanted to 5saawms.w? sss WljronthfeiSlat5to Tiirwui janivuawMa ' k , n - y, I VI fi I i