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I ; ] V on Rapp & Keeler, lawyers. Blackfoot, : : : Idaho. WtUpr.c«Ws lo .ll «P®«*»» »* asUBOft«" UUwl bU»tl«SMt. c. W. BEALE, fcTTOftNEY AT LAW Blackfoot, ldalio. j. w. BURN, lawyer, ldalio. Mill practice in sll the State and Uni l#d Hutes Courts. Blackfoot, HAWLEY# HE EVES ATTORNEYS', Blackfoot, Idaho. WIU I* *U IS® courts of lbe State. 8. C. WINTERS, Attorney at Raw, KAULK ROCK, IDAHO. grNoUrr Public iu the office. ! T. M. STEWART, Attorney at Law BLACKFOOT. IDAHO E. P. Blwkensdeffeh ATTOR n EY at Li AW,'on ; I DRMTISTRY J W i POCATELLO, IDAHO. Wifi FrsMk. Is ail Ik* CXnina of IS* Slat* Jos. A. 8:mZ, fiarrtjsr and Mill Kagiarer. awot D**«lr fVrk »< Om- « iMoaciln* pwnl land oSv. t.u«lm** IDAHO RA ULI ROCK ITOfiMipM forbualan* .wry *Uy I. PATTEKM RAYS, B. B. S. rOCATSM-U, IDAHO. fwfww >U operation# pertaining tn Urn art »f DraiiHry. Hav a Pnww*# of A n set lwl a (•# palnl#M*itnMt«na T"tm# modcwir 0mtl-Or« tkc Idaho Drug Store. J H BEAN, Autmirr Riiuikon U. P. Raii-wat EAGLE ROCK. IDAHO. ■nr*i#«T**hl* oummuntraik'U* pnwiptlv Wm. H. BEHLE, rHYSWAN AND SURGEON •LACKrooi, IDAHO Csfis of Itoipuniililo partie« «H< n«»* <l ta* ito: W si«St. *. A. Tt:»R, R W rARt*. TU-SH & KAKIS. CIVIL ENGIKEERS AKO SURVEYORS, (•fiaalM PmnlalKir mi all klnili «t »ovk w __ IHirb Work a Surclaltr. _ *»*«. Plata. Trarlr,«. Illvio I'rtnU. Kic K»v cm.-d on »hurt notier I WncS-MII Waaklimtou Avenue. OQDEN, UTAH. I ! J. E. SMITH, Attorney at l.ow, IA0LK ROCK, IDAHO. *>*0Mom In tbu Slat, and V. *. Court* vl'Il'l" .FULL w.l ÇLOTHINQ^T 1 QW.S^monS^ V. v 1 I I /I \ork JUajjL* Ids. to. ^oSTom./Aa^jo JJ Be Found/*,i s \ , 4 J FRKO FOOL Kit'S. Insure Your Buildings A gal n» t Fire with F. W. V 06 LER, Pioneer Insurance Agt Of Blnghim Comity, représenta Five of the best fire Com pan lei, aim» the lie Indian Summer Uurveot. hat I Mr. Rul>e Dunn purchased the ; Montgomery residence corner of lii t ] Main and Pacific streets this week ami was giveu possession on day of purchase. Post Mailer, Fee I Stevens, has been on tbe sick list for several days post. I lie family of Mr. Johu Montgom ery will spend tbe winter in Salt Luke City. The weather nt Blackfoot li st weik was as charming as that of La-Belle France or of suuuy Italy. Teachers of the county should note the call of Sup't Stevens for the Au tiuul Institute, November23rd to 28th, aud prepare to attend. Mr. Keeler, of Rapp & Keeler, Is attending Court at Malad, to assist Stenographer Ralph Morgan iu taking testimony iu the Rivers murder Mr Wra. Borland, Private Secretary to Senator Dutiois, will leave with his family, for Washington City, within the uext ten days. Dr. Hick»' forecast shot for bad weather on the 23rd to 25th didn't hit the bull's eye in Idaho, hut it struck tbe point aimed at uloug the Atlantic. ease. Another week has passed, and strange to be told, not another one of Bingham's convicts has been given hi* freedom from the pen. ! up now? Oar young Forearm. r«ruy Jone-«. wan cMtii|ilimenUMl with the offlue of Secret art of the Onuxt l^ktge ot Qooil T«*in|>Um at iu tot^liog at Caiilwel tbs 22ud msL 11 ; liH.ka as if they have effectually cut »b.'rt ttii-ir rv.pcctiveterm*. A oabbnge with flve perfect beads I on one stalk weighing eighteen ponud* J was a cnHmily in iu line, tint Ru'* i Dunn explained the -curious" bv sat - tug -It is a polygamous cabtwge.' Blackfor.t laiiics have reduced the art of entertaining to perfit'lion, and wc he*p,*ak for the lady visitors at the W. C. T. U. County Convention next week « festive as well as husi The three escaped convicts from lbe State pen still enjoy freedom, and are at liberty to apeak their minds on prize fighting in State prisons. wa* pnwnte.l to tbia office a few dnys ago by Mr fîhannon, the grower It nest visit that would prove grateful even to the Queen * taste. | I : Testing the Baking Powders. Comparative Worth Illustrated, IIP PROF. PETER COLLIER, late chemist is chief of the DEPARTMENT or AORICULTCES, WASHINGTON, D. C. ■ tin. riurirs l-uir Orem TwUf mm«»... BOTAL Cout.ln. A BKIUVALED....* *-| Alum aad Ammonia. I Twylor*. 1 Spoon* *.. Alum and Ammonia. ___ _ MONAECH Alum and Ammonia. w SNOW BALL....* *.. Alum and Ammonia. CALL-MET 1 .. . *>. Contain, Alum. HOTEL. ...... .....*.. Contain. Alum. TAENALL**.* MILK... it 4r»| Alum and Ammonia. I 8HEPARIYI Alum and Ammonia. « UN Mil Contain« Alum FOREST CtTT ..* *..| Alum and Amm.uia. I CmCAOfl VEANT ** Alum and Ammonia. CHOW* ....... 1 Alum and Ammonia. SILVER STAR..* *, Alum and Ammonia. Donwttl * HIM* * Alum and Ammonia. .. • . . ««d verified in all Us details, by Prof. Peter Above fltngram 'WS» Chemist, snd Scientist The illustration ia .liier. wh " LiU« W "h" mica"t«*U of each brand enumerated, ade m , cid h g „ ««a calculated to get the leavening strength and . -L.Sw.nalW* to ascertain the comparative whoicsotncness, purity, Ä ueÄ^ of Ä.ding PowdenT.The result of Prof. Collier's ^ SI n 7tf.L reveals the fact, that, with but one exception, every and totted cSwaKi^elvSc Ammonia or Alum, aad a number both. vt. ,rewo«nnn in ten thousand would use an Ammonia or Alum Baking wd"r i^e knew it SuchTowdcrs not only undermine the health, but ÄtoÄ show)1 by Prof. Collier', NOTB.—Dr. Pr cream Tartar Powder found free from adulter- -inittinttons, *theonly pure C nu , horiti cs report Dr. .Price's free from „ÂïtîÂ?. « Ä «»» •dulteranl. ïl» P»*r «t M dvr liw «.»<.<., nth» Amm»1 » A»» * * Indict«, th. rowder containing both Ammonia and Alum. . .howa some of theae Ammonia or Alum Powder* fMiile the .. , h „ ot her* classed below them, it must not betaken 1' o of hig her st reng^ than o AJJ Ammonia 0 r Alum powders should be _ (1 ^^u. no m.Uet how high their strength. i'OW A Furk For Bingham County. with a petition addressed to roe by many leading citizens of Bingham county, Idaho. Its objects are Well stated, and I fully concur in their re qu. st. I have a general knowledge of the charac ter of the country sought to bd set ap irt a< a reservation. It is of little value for agricultural pur |K>ses and no value at all, so far as is known, for its minerals, its limiter supply is n >t gre it, and that is one of the chief reasons in my mind for its reservation from occupancy and use. Its vegetable growth of every kind should be protected and encour aged by the general government, in >teod of being given over to waste ! and destruction. 1 know of no por .ion of Idaho of equal extent where thi. protection is so greatly needed For many reasons I cheerfully join in 1he petition of these gentlemen that the tract of land set out In their peti A petition signed by many citizens of the county sent last week to the Governor praying him to exert ids in flu*'nee witb tbe President to set aside a certain portion of land in tbe north ern part of the county for a Park. Tile Governor acted witb commenda ble promptness in tbe matter and wrote the following letter to the Pres ident: Me. President: I enclose here M<m tie established as a reservation. I liave the honor to be your obedt- i .*nt servant Norman B. Willst, Governor. TA XA TION A NO LICENSE. ' B T ar * m 0 ?*Z RMle , Innige By trvlng E. Smith. 1 , ] Brothers and Sister*, of Golden Rule Lodge. Number 2 of .he Inde i |y>IKknt Order of Good Templar*, Having l*een placed on »hi« evening'» program for some remarks. I will en j Heamr to apeak hrieflv on the suK a difference lw-tween Tax«-, t j on an( j License; Taxation is the im j posing or laving of taxe* on the prop- j ertv an d subjects of a state by Gov. emment. vVhile License is a permit hv grant of authority to do certain thing* which, without auch permit, would he unlawful. Taxation wa* not intended to be and should not lieome ! (Pcai.iaaaD Bv Bnicm Ot Lonoa.) ; j,„., 0 f Taxation and License, There i« an oppression on the people and yet ] believe it ia in many instances, and ; that the liquor business is responsible for that oppression; for instance; we are told that nine tenths of the ciime committed is due to intemperance, and statistics given show that the revenue obtained from licenses pci milting the sale of intoxicating liquor is insufficient to defray even the ex penses of the lower courts, while a great many of these éliminais are held in jail awaiting their trials in superior courts, from which courts new triais are granted, and cases ap pealed until the costs amount to enormous sums, and consequently the bonest Merchant, Farmer and Work jug man is taxed on the property they own all additional amount necessary to defray this enormous expense of prosecuting these criminals made by Ule |i q ,,„ r business, and as long as this business is fostered by the law an d permitted by the people crime, drunkenness and debauchery will in ereuBe and with them the taxes of t be people. A 1(u||cUn recenllv , uued by tb „ tVn , 0 , Dl . piirtraent g ive8 lb e receipts ^ Mpt|1(lilure8 of 100 |iri „ cipal or representative cities of the United StaU ,. X(le flgure8 witb regar() lbe revenue from liquor licenses for ^ ^ ^ all, \ liave me to are now each this evil. 1*91. same f rull one of ly the paid must !n tbe Revenue received $11,782,307. white tbe expenditures under the head of police amounted to $17,817,435 and that of charitable objects, $7,166, 901 estimating that 75 per cent of these two items is due to driuk (which is a low estira ite) we And that in these 100 cities tbe liquor traffic cost one and one half times as much as it paid , i» revenue while the ratio which the 1 i- _ . , ... liquor revenue bears legitimate Uxa . • ; ■ • lion IS surprisingly small living sur- hv , . . , _ ni- i , . ... ] prtslngly small being only aiiout 50 per cent. In Philadelphia tbe crimt- ihm i -ml recml for 1891 makes the follow ing interesting showing, numtier of j sahame, 1.172 paying a license of $500 eav:h amounting to $586.000, while the expense of the polk* de a, o.,i ci 1 a? |i«trt fill III amoUnuMl to f i,Ov] ( 9a4.57, leaving a balance of $1,215,834.57 . f police expenses to be paid by the j taxation of the people to say nothiiig lî" of the expense of followiug the ma i. y « rimitmls through the court to couvii - tion. In Missouri tbe State Auditor's report shows that the state pays thr e dollars for every one it collects from ! Ute liquor traffic. This ia what l call oppressive taxation, and the qui 8'i< n ; is how long will people submit to Ibis j abuse ot King Alcohol iu order that he may not only depress them finan | dally, but ruin homes, destroy soci ety, and spread crime and misery through our land. Some may say, why by licensing the saloon we do not foster and encourage it, but only seek to suIhIuc and control it. Ah yes, hut are we not giving it the orotcc io i of tile law, und arc not licen-es protections in other matters? I ven ture that no one will contend that I tbe teachers license system is in stmint of education or the business of school teaching, that the doctors license is in restraint of the practice (of medicine or surgery, nor that the : marriage license is in re straint of marriage These respective license systems were each of them carefully established and carefully guarded because the states desired and sought to promote and encourage these enterprises for their develop ment and tiie public good, and is not the Recusing of the saloon on the same principal except that m tbe case of the saloon we are licensing an evil which 1 lielieve we have no right to do. Kvil of every form should be crushed and destroyed, not licensed and in r'iored, and I believe that the time is not fur distant when this liquor license system will lie declared uncon stitutional, for the Supreme Court of the United States has held that no I a t • of the re for legislation can bargain away the pul» lie health or morals. The people tlierasclvcs cannot do it much less j (heir servants. Government is organ izitl for Iheir protection and cannot j divest itself of tiie power U» provide | for them, and vet it scums to me thiil in the licensing of the liquor tralff ■ legislation ia not only bartering and | lulling the public health and morals at the expense of the people, but also!grip their lives both for this world ami | a the world to come. The fact that legislatures are lieing just what the j Supreme Court of our land says they c.utuot do remind* me of tiie young mail that was in jail ami wlitni his at- j torney came to see him, he told him all, whereupon the attorney say*: , , ..... \ liy they can t put \ou in jiil fur that;" but the young man say s: -They liave for I am here. Soit mi- mi to me with the licencing of the liquor ' truffic; the legislatures have no right j to do it and yet they have done it and I Ai d are still continuing to do it. now in the face of this opposition let j each one of us do wliut we can to rigid this wrong and not forget to keep ourselves free from this great evil of intemperance for our actions will speak plainer than words against this evil. BINGHAM COUNTY INSTITUTE. - » - The Annual Tcachorr* Institute for the )'<-ar 1*91. will be held ut Bi*ckf<x»t. b*-jrlnniii4f No v#*mU*r 28 and oonttniiinir In bunion flv$* «iny«. Quarterly extiiiiiiinti<in will be held at the same place November 2-th The rohowlnir arranjr»*mc*nt!* have b< en umde f °Pc™n7 atrnnmnï (to «''-TonV mint ,„,r rull far^ti? Black foot and take the aiïnf same " u * c tüe ^ iW«a thm »win win Ka. m*AA *,» one Ôft^fSThe «Ti?a7far? tFtSn mt 1 5 of this reeeiytto tag it B lackfoot It Hr at been properly afgtud by the Oouo* haviiiK ly Supeiintirndeut FEED 3 STEVEN*. County School Bnpt. Blackfoot, October *4th, uwi. Notice to Taxpayers. ■M-OTTCB 18 HEHEIIY' GIV^BN THAT 8TATK and C4»unty Tax« a tieoome delinquent on the «ccond Monday to Dco»*mtaT next, if not paid prior t'leretn, u*n must be added thereon !n aeo<»rdance with Section VUS Chapter ? of tbe Bevbed Statute« of Idaho iM*r cent and o»«ts Thin notkx' I« riven J J OTHERS. Assessor srd Colhctor. Blackfoot, Idaho, October 24th. 1HVL. K0TICE— TIMBER CULTURE. Joiut Notice For Publication. Ckitei* LtmOmrr, 1 Burtmor. Inisn.OrinN'rsusii f Oomolalnl h*vinalwên *t thl«rtfl|oe hv Curt.* H Moon Ullml Thom«, WII«on Holland for failure tnoomplv with law aa to - Tlmher-rnltnn- EntrT No CiSdat«! April l*tb. ; ihm " K^h > Haiule4rbst^i?mniriiàni^cïïoï I j prAi™* time mè üaJdn.rt2«afe"lH-rehT 0 ai5^ iif'rsii-mN-r ' m /Io r?Z aiii;înîi n f*n' , w'' h U " ,i " u " > ° oucc,nin * " W * [*nd f*ir fallore tn erimply with taw a* hi Tim hcr-OuIturc* Entrv No 458 April 18th. ÎKSïïfi.'ÎSï 2id«^riiâ»ÆtÏÏiÆVîhS" , liM >, H^ lî" ta^"'Âe r, M™ , p.SS 0 arê n héfî'by , »une "rTsi-m N P r Tïi'i T ' m.. auêrïïfallure'" 11 te * limon;l ooooen,u * "" Pbbrv J. Aim*. Beglater. Bean* k Kckeel Attorneys Por Contestant. to and oil A Leader. Since its first introduction, Electric Bitters has gained rapidly in popular favor, until now it is clearly iu tbe ad among pure medicinal tonics and a terati ves—containing nothing which j«ermits its use as a »leverage or in t ixicant, it is recognized as the best nd purest medicine for all ailments of stomach, Liver, or kidneys.—It will cure sick headache. Indigestion, Constipation, and drive Malaria from the system. Satisfaction guaranteed with each liottle or the money will lie refunded. Price only 50c. per bottle. Sold by \V. H. Bchle A Son. hie ot, ham land ui> uiy tbe 21st to by Guarantee Care. We authorize our advertised drug gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Cough* and Colds, upon this condition. If you are af flicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat, or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giv ing it a fair trial, and experience no (letiefit, you may return the bottle and bave your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It ntvei di< p point*. Trial bottles free ut W. H Behle & Son's Drug Store. • Large size 50c. aud $1.00. 0*" ha« the 54 ot or ('onsnmption; Ballard's Horphound Syrup. No single tlisease lias played such sad havoc witb the human race as Consumption. No other disease np pro chet. so steidthilv. Its early symptom- are ignored lieeause it i» thought only a cold or hacking cough, which is neglected until this grim monster has such a hold that nothing but death can relieva it. Ballard's Horeliound Syrup has removed the of this grim monster from many a throat. If taken in time it will ef-1 feet a permanent cure ami in the worst stages It will give surprising 1 relief. Try its soothing and healing virtues. Do mit put it off' until too 1 la(e. \V. jfT Beide A ^on Agents.. . A Great Liver Medicine. Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pill are H BUrc , curt , f or headache, ML ious complains, dyspepsia, indiges tion, costiveness, torpid liver, etc. Tueae pills insure perfect digestion. correct the liver and enrich tl»e lilood and make Uie skin clear. They also produce a good ap|s-tite. and invigor «te and strengthen the entire system by their tonic action. Sold at 25 cent* a tsix by Behl" & Hört. BuekHu''» Arnica StiU-e. The nest Salve in tie- world f Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Cl* Adt Rheum. Fever Sore*. Tetter. Cbapi*ed Hands. Cliilblaitis Omis, ant] all i^kin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pav required It ik guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, Price 25 cents per bo*. For Buie bv Bell le Sc Son. nf th ® »"«*»«* Irri«tl*.n Company: principal place of bimines* Blackfo »t, Idah<». TlH*e owm the follow in* de »«UN ikwk. cm account of an a««c««m<»nt of » P«* •»*«* »P»« the Capital am* of the Blackffxrt Irroration Company. U-vied on tbe 4tb aaf of Aujru»*t. ML the aeveral arnounu ^ t opposite the name* of the respective •hareholden« to wit: O. G. tV'. Eichc llx*rtrer. 2 sharee. Pi J B Cot «haw 1 «hare 83 A H. Lyon* I «hare 83. and in aeonrdnnc** with law and the order of the lizard of Triiateexof this corporation, ao rrany f hartes of »ach pare*! of rtock. ax may he nco emitry will be mid at public auction at the •aid principal plac* of busine«« of raid com pany at 2 o clock P. M.. on the 24th day of No Vfwnber. 1 '»l to pay t'n* delinq men fa. t«ifcth> r with the <*iet or and expense o! aale Trustee«. Drlinqurnt Aswisment Notice. advert telwr H y -rder of tbe Board of Jons MoNTOf imfry, S»*crr*tary Blackfoot Idaho. October-2nd. MM. Notice for Fabrication. Laud Office at Black foot, Idaho. October 3. H»l J Notice ie he**eby iriven named »cttler bu« filcsi n to maKe final pr«x>l in Kiipport of hip claim, and that «aid pruot will be made before the fterlat* rand Buceirer at H!acafoot. Idaho, on Monday Noi'emt«er !6th 1--4H. vlx : Lew Is D. Witoon. «»n Homestead Entry No. 152». for the Lota 1. 2.3 and 4, Section 1. Township 3 south. Range 84 He name« the foltowinr witne««efl to prove hi« continuous n sidenc«' upon and cultlA'ation of said land viz : Samuel F. Adam«. Lot Adam«. Georjre B that tbe ftillowinr »tiee of his intention W'intlf. Homer LaliU rty. all of Uli.trhaoj county, Idaho. - Dwert L " d, - Xollf< ' ,>f lateaUoa U dtwrt ,, nd a pp| jCïtl „ n N „. «7 notice or my lnh-ntion to mal*«- final proof to pgUiblieb mv «'luiui to the land above dt^scrib tfifiSE "aSawT 1 h> **"' by two ot the <ull< ' wln * Tre^mer'^'k. aU*oi < Btackf<i5t.7diitKi? trt pekkv j. anson, UcgUter. Pskrt J. Anson. Register. Make I'roof. Cxitkii Ptatk* Lind Omcit. * Blackfoot. Idaho. September iS. 18*1. ! I. EU II. Fork, of lilackfoot, Idaho, who ma Notice for Pabliratioa. Land Omet at Blackwiot. Idaho, i Ocuiber Tth, UW1 f Notice is hereby (riven that the tot (owing named settler baa filed notice or hts intention to make final proof in support of hi* claim and that «aid proof will lie made before the Ueginter and Hcucirer at Ulaekioot. luabo, on November ltith. InW. viz: Edward P Munn Jr. oil T. D S No. it*«, for the low 1 and S, ü c •; laitdand ,\KV NWS, See. 6, Tp. 8 South, Range ^2 East. U M He names the following witnessee to prove hie continuou* residence upon *ud cultivation ot, «aid land, ris : Cornelius Keairan, Hugh Henning. Joseph Watt«, William Fresh, all of Binjrhatu county, Idaho. Perky J. Anson. Restoter. DESERT LANDS.—NOTICE OF INTEN TION TO MAKE PROOF. United States Land Office. Black r«HjT, Idaho, Olya »bau 8, lHül 1. William J Haw lino, of Brush Creek, Bing ham <x»uiuy. State ol luahu, who made deaert land application No luSl on the 18th day ot lx* comber, for unturveyed, a« per dexcrip* tion. ooiitaiumit 8u acres Hereby give notice of ui> intention to make final proof to eetabliah uiy claim to the Uud atwive de«crit»ed before tbe Kein«'er aud RA*ot*iverof tl*e IniUtiState« lrftno Ottlce at BiaektoA>t, hut ho. Saturday the 21st day ot November, lwl, and that 1 expect to prove that saiu land hut* been properly irr« Kaicu and reclaimed in tbe manner reqnired by tbe law. by two of the following O s u r m Hi'aton and Frederick Brush Creek. Idaho, aud John Lyon« and George Munro of Cedar Greek, Idaho. Fkkky J. Anson, Register. \ witnesses: Baird of Application for Patent. Notice No. 21. Ukited States Land Office. I Blackfoot, Idaho, Sept. 1st, 1*91. f 'KTotice is MVBQf given thst Pitwjr B. Pox, 0*" whose r»*«idonee and post office address I« Blackfoot, Itinghain County. Idaho, ha« made a} plication for a United States Patent for the "Riuma" Placer Mining Haim, «ituated In an uiuirganiseMi mining district, ngham county. Idaho. e4»n«i«tiig| ol the toh lowing described piatx*r mining ground and Hurfaee ground shown on iu »? plat the ground, and described tn ihe and plat of the official survoj <»$i file In this office, w ith magnetic variation at degrees 54 ininut*« east as follow« : The lot three of section nine (9) in town* ship two i2i south of range thirty-six (98) ea«t ot tbe Boise tueridlaii. containing eleven and niuety one hundrtxlth» ill Uu-100» acres, more or lew», according to V S. Government Survey. The «aid mining location being of record in the office of the Recorder of said trief at Blackfoot, in Bingham count posted n* hi m ina ng di»* [y. Idaho. The nearest know-n locations la ing the **Kn terprtae" Placer Milling Claim, adjoining. I direct that this notice be published Tn the Idaho Nkws, tbe newspaper published near est the «aid mining claim, tor the period of sixty days or ten weeks. mini Land omca AT j Bjuckroo?j l , y i *® 0 -1 „ÄKföSrf.ÄiÄ î^fThuiÎS m pSSr ' »m p £' r S^m, r Äru^*W , : B pSSk > 'h I, c£S m twu "'^ab'^iwe ss^Kuat' ®^ l%ut8w l4f m «..i.rb-ugi.. A. p. Nurri. •»»Dt***. * u ot ,<uh0 Panai J. An»o»^ PKHRY J. ANSON. ll.'ifi.ter Bkanr* Kcnkku Attorueya (or .\pi>lle*nt. Notice for I'ttbheaUon.