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lpU'liL'I1) IVERUT FRII).Y. ' OMER, - LOUISIANA. SAD "IRT'I Sli TEl'IJfS. IMl nitoties. [Ifte a line, Truansienti ýlvertitements, $1.,O) per sgquir fir ltal insertion n 7c for lealh ube q'eet hi.sertion. Olituarios, except the simnll notice, sharged fir at reIglar r'ates. Buandling or r,'gtlar advertiisemenits taken lcy NI"ce':al co,,tatet. LOCAL ITEMS. V. A. Johnttoli':; Ipophler courller is · l.nqar"tte s foir Fi.lhing 'raekle. o to G . G. Uill's for Drngs, P'atent _-' ine.s, 'aints, Oils, & c. Jaust reedived a large lot of 'pring S-liilg, 81hs andl IhIts at U;. G. Gill', . wish art' selling rapidily. Call oarly -id ante your select)ous. SIam. detterid iaet to Ie ontdone, Aigehr in pricer or qulity of g+als. U. W. Mathews. iLoniaiaun a3t;to Lottery tickets for ' Tf Weeklcy (N. 0.) PI'ayune, a ei '- i paper, and the UIt'.A.nitA ter ý2 iyyear. Sblclriptlions received it this ¬'"l Vyspepsian and indigestion destr.y all Sof mind and ,odly. C:ascuariue is r ive cure. ' A allow eonmuplexion a;d diry skin are .iln eofta aisacr0lered liver, which C.s- cIarino will r',gulate. SNealr e i n" lheI on And th tCoblcld with nervouness r.sultin.: from Soroverwork will be relicved by Itaking vfols Iron BlUtrrx. genuine mark and cre,edn re lineuon -wraes r. 1f $ou want IBed Stends, Chairs, or ltnre of any kind try (.. G. ill; In dthm cheaper than ever. -J'lhe pulpit, the bench and the bar mmend ('haatlhalmn' Chill Tonie as >t finest antilertodlc in use, being frete poison and, gnlunarnIed Frr sale at UG Uill',. uills and violent c.ithartic.s will not Wresonatipaaton; thly aggravate the snae. Try Caesarlne; it ts the onlly sure curWe~ and $1. The W`eldey (N. 0.) Pienynnle, the gest and best panler in the soutih, Md ithe GOLtRIAR N oe year fur $~'.O. BROW'AS tIRO. BITTERS -wandGenenral J'iliy. Irl, eyhhansc. ait. Alldes al~errdlit. (enttnebhas nerik and croimei red les w Ol wrapper. l's Chill CUre ls aRcknowledglsl -nceIss of thn Ago" br asll who For salo by J. Taylor of Haynes. La. as li iolent aetlhertfrs leave thel Is in an exlhauntcl eoliditilln. Cin acta as a tonic, slrelgt~cus andI rates. n & Co., wholesale mad retail in l.rdware, Store dto., iave elahug on hand connected with the are line, and for the CAHi eanu per than any honse in town. f: SALE OB IO B T, s tale ad lo in the town of ro Itlt sall erOVtrrc#e nueoasary. igarden ilulready ptitauted. Apply IHomer~ La. ell worn out, reaclly anm Snr noth. a. t n'alsst digeatia, Tr d #trangbethi'A sad appetiser. vrsaoey rehded. Iy 4 I. Taylor, HaytRille w . 'k.m... summer W... ,La. ~e'st- ef Rer ..., .1. ~u~t~~eqrt~eR Ia mWic I g~ShTq ~'r The Clingman Nurseries. Mr. C. F. Iiowen, agent for A1 K. ('lingman, carried a representa tive of the (GiL'.nisx out to the place above named last Monday iloruing. These nurseries with A. K. Clingmian as proprietor, were established in 1871 and are situated about one mile and a half west of hiomer. Mr. Cliugman foresaw the advantages and necessities of a home enterprise of this kind, where acclimated fruits, flowers and shrubs could be growni. His business has rapidly increased from the begin ning, when his patronage was con tined to a few in this state; until it reaches over nearly all the South ern States, with sales approxinlat ing .ltN),rnn annually. At tirst Mr. ('lingman :had bly a few men employed, and now his salesmene and employees number about sixty IlleCII. A stroll through fifty acres of ground, tilled with all kind of fruit tres, flowers and ornamental shrubs etc., convinced the writer that Mr. Clingmuan's reputation as an exten sive propagator of nursery stock, has not been Qvordrawn. A brief mention of what we saw may not be out of place. We were first shown about twenty-five varieties of Summer and Autumnu pears. Among them we noticed tile Bart lett, Chinese Sand, IKeiffer anld the Le(Conte. We make special men tion of the two last named varieties. The Keiffer is a hybred pear of un usually large size and ripens early in September. The trees that we saw of this variety, being from three to five years old were all full of fruit, some of them with more than the limbs can support. The LeConte .is also supposed to be a hybred of a very fine and cultivated variety. It is well acclimated and is a success, as it never fails to bear and usually each tree has as much fruit as it can support. Thle stock of peiclhes comprised about sixty varieties, from the early May to the late November. The Amsden, which is an early May, was nearl gone, but we ate a few which were delicious aud well matured. We Swere shown another line May peacrl called the Arkansaw Traveler, the original tree of which bore its first crop in 18 8 when three years old, and was ipe by the ;;th of May. lint of all the early varieties, we think the Clingman May the best. This qpeach was selected out of a large lot of seedlings and has the reputation of bearing regularly evry year. retaining its fruit well andt ripening fully matured by the l.th of May. We also mention a very rare fruit i:t this part of the country called Japanes Persimmon. Tllese trees were first imported fromn Japan Mand have been found to do well here, The tree is very ornaneutal and be gins to bear the first year. The fruit grows to be as large as oran ges, and when ripe, is of an orange or termillion color. We saw as m~ny as twenty persimmons on omne small twig of b tree one year old. Mri, Clingman has one variety of this fruit that is seedless and Is said to be the finest fruit in the world. Of thile apples, plums, prunes cher ries, appricots, quinces, grapes, etc., there was no end, Mr. Cling man having spared no pains in pro pagating every variety acclimated here. We also saw naany varieties of strawberries, but ps the season for them is over, there were very Iew on the vines. There were a few on the vines tn the Sharpless variety tlhat measured one and a half inches in ditmfeer. . The ornamental department of the nursery was also well kept, and contained many beautitul ever greens and all the prietles of roses, bulbs and herbaceous plansts. We have'nt the space to give a detailed description "of all we saw, but franmkly admit that it surpassed our expectations. We see no reas on why our people boulPuy nur sery sto9Ck abreatd when they have a hoine enterprise right here as good a. s qy foreign one. Mr. Cllnga hasI studied the business for dveral years, and ie wellexper leued. in fiatW growig and horti salteu. B:esides he Is an upright, honorable mam and will make good hbe part athe contracts. We know oi a great mauy objections to the frql tpojagated ithese nurseries, but if ) neTiIP n agnt coilaes ilong or.ur peppareePCtain to buy, and if we lv a a nursery at onome Just aigoo, as t(se, wbhy not patron-, lit? It Isrfther that itis often case, nrrldts falls to mature atdrop. . ., and thie 4trees'don't thiue ais pruor w" treensaad tov. gieis lthe prqrop .attsntlont rehhe little pech 4 ~niu~ d Etj he~ IS~~I~I tteastt Morris' Cucsarine in ioct bottles at tSheltou'. it II t cures Irnison of the Blood aini. Skin Diasease' , for sale ;y J.tosep! SIhel to:n. il. W Mýathews Kelly liquors hebape than the cheapr:st. A new lot of school hooks, lahtes, Copy books, &c., just rieceived at Slhi toll's. " If you want good tol:ceo (at low prices go to U(. G. Uills. Ii:'s got it. Constipattion is tho canie of wayv dis cases. C.scarine is the cure. Hoes, alreadly handled, sn itable for chpping cottoni and other fuarm work for sale at G. G. Gill's. c FOR TI1E BLOOD, 1 tCiknelr .alhria. ludlgertion tand iillouh nel . take BROWN'S IRON BITTERs It cursn quickly. For sr:le by all del:drs in medctice. tGet the genuicne. Tou Should Know it. leed's Chill Cure contains no poison and is pleasant to tai'e. A box of pills free with each bottlh.. For sale by J. Taylor, lliaynesvillc, La. antu all tirl gists. We Ask that you give Ihe d's Chill Care a trial and if you do not iuau it the bhet renSe dy on the, market for chills, fevers and ague don't use it. FOR DYPEPI.I Ilre Brown's Iron lttte rs. l'hy4h's.ti s rt.titnulentl d it. .All detlei keep ' it. SI.tI Itar Inttle. Genuine has trade work and cra.ed red liles on wra.pper. Alitou Whisskey, the liniest so!d in town at RU. . W. tlthews. Constipation pto:lnces piles. Casco rine removes the caise and ed:ets a curo" 50c and ai. Calearine is a never-failing remedy for dysplepsia, headachel and constipa tion. Apricot Juice andl irst-class Whisky, snitably comlponluded together inl:tes a: dilicious drilnk. '. W. Mah3tew has I got it. Painu's t'eley Cumpnllud, a fine nerve tonic and regnlator for the kidl nlys, Liver and liowelr, For sale by Joseph sheltou. Chearctilu's Chill Toumic is acknowl edged to bte the best, I'hysicians use and preseribe it,. ('re CGuaranteed. For seel. by J. T'aylr, llayuesvillc, and W. M. Sellers Sutuacllrheld, Lan. R. W. Mathews sells all kinds of Li eIutors cheater than they can be bought elsewhere, in the town* Save money by pnrclºaing f'rol hlim. l. The bowels often requlire a mild butt eflCetivesthinulant, anti Cascarineis the 1 very thing. .0oe and .t1. The OCt'.l:~u:ux and tihe N,.w OrIle.au (Weekly T'1It ES-Dl.1e lt:.'mT-the lalrgest i and besat pater e il Ihe Aath-for .# 00 per yeartl. lInll.V Peroonro Arerlkcen down from overwork or lhoieshold cures. BrownV's Iron llBitttrs elebldlsla the systemn. aids dlgestion, remove etxce-p of blle, and cures malarla. Get the genuine. If you ask~ what is the quickest, hast and safest chill Tenie, the urawer will invriably hIe, "My friend, nuse Clheath am'n, it is pleasant, too, and guaran teed For sale act G G Gill's, Homer, La. All that wish usle to do tlheir work can senld it to mte by the Ilayneavllel hack-driver, and I will be responsible for samne. W. I. WOOD, May 17. . Haynenville, La. ICE! ICE! Walter Ward is now receiving Ice in car load lots, and is prepar ed to furinsh consumers with any quantity desired at low cash rates. 'Love thy neighbor." Ton cal nevor er do this if you allow yoltr Ilejghlbor to suffetr with Itch, Teotter, Ringworm, etc, without advlising him to use Hunit's Care. Cure agnthateed. For sale by J. H. Taylor,'laynesville, La., and Wm Sellers, Summeroleld, La. Go to W. A. Johnston'a and examine the best thi,,ng ever invented in the way of Scissors. Starke's Reversatble Double Edge-two pair in one-stsame priese o other good scissors. -'lies, eomne and examine them if you want to see msoething anle. LADIE4 eedingl a toeic, or ehildrn that wantl bull. It h , plesuetotake, cmie Maaa Indi gerston~and BiliousneseAldeaicrsleepit. aUsT Rta~llvant Greet Iedaetlam I Pricer! Sherard & Boaner hareJt received sad arem Aoiog at greatly redceed prices FOR CASH a large stoek of la deli' White Dress Goods, Barred mus lin, Challils, Iawns, Nun's Vetling, igured Lawns, a4c., 4e. lThese goods amd all their stock of atmaumergods are BOUNDTO 00. Call omrly wthi TIFt CASH and yn riill seosre ~teat lIp gal. OGive thelsa trial cad yoq will 'i baonvinced of tho truth of the aboie, NOTICe TO TAXlATERS, 1 0TICE Is hereby given thai thg lLti~Lgeftaze for theLbpar 189 s now ee ptOled mil tthe ~las o ie. T i Ruef ra the town of emoruwtlrlre SSchool Board Proeeedi gs. , The school board met last Satur ! dayv fir the pu)trpose of contracting with teachers. Eighty five schools were let out for at term of two months with a probability of the term extending three. The teach ers were.empioyed at salaries rang ing from twenty to fiftv do!lfrs per month according to the grade of the teacther and the number of the pupils. The board very wise - ly reserved the right to, reduce the I amount agreed to pay teachers, in c:ase the :tttendnneo should not come up to the number represented by the petitions. It is often the case that a petition is presented to the hoard showing 100 children in one community who are desirous of attending the public school, but when the teacher's report is made itsis found that there were only lifty who attendled. Now in such c:ses is right for the hoard to areduce the salary which was fixed with 100 as the basis. The schtool board nls. passed a resolution requiring th:.t the schools open not. - earlier than the 2nd Monday in I June nor later than the first Mon day in.luly. Tihe ohject of this resolution is to inform the Parish . Superintendant at what time the schools will be in session so that he may know at what time to visit them. The numbler of schools though fewer than last year is vet too large for the amount of funds, but this is the best the board could do under all tile circumstances. We call special attention to time advertisement of Ardis & Co., Shreveport, La., which appears in this issue. For reliability and promptness in business transac tions this house has no peer in the city of Shreveport, and all orders given it' will receive special and Simmnediate attention. Mr. S. J. R1icha:rdson, formerly of this place, well known to and popular with evorybody here, is assistant book ,keeper fr this firm. Closing Exercises of homer 32asonic t 'ollege. r On the evenoing of the 18th of JnuIe, the Musical Concert anid School Ethi bition will close. Counecncement day, t the 19th, tat whilch tihoe Prof. Daytot SI llarris, eo ellilnent-ly knowll among us, will make the Annual E'lueational Ad dtl rcs. a i Mss HvrrFv. LAwnAtxCE. Well! Welll Well! Juno the 7th and 8th, 1883, a grandt Ifight School 'l'onnamcut (col) given iat FairBroauds, Shreveport, La, Speak ing, Racing, Biase *all1, Ballon Ascen sion and Fire Works. Speaking by both white and black lpeople. Excur Ssioas on all railroads running itot, I 8hrevp1ort. Half fare. Dou't mass it. SCunole all. G. W. DDmEY, Misnager. $1000 Every Month. The great English Art of Painting u and Drawlng,'Oil Painting. by this B simple yet wonderful art-any lady or gentlnemin or any boy or girl nnd.r 1' years old can lpaint a lifeo like pietare of any oneo in two hoqrs time. One agent tuade $:100 in oane waeek. Full instrnctionsa for eeenutiaag this painting will be sent to any nddea on receipt of $1.00. J.. K WERIDN ER, West Earil,Penn, Great Dlemand, Oakland Cty, Ind., Sept.7, 1886. SC, C. C. "Certnin Chill Cure" i meet ing withl gratatr demand than ever at Spresent. It have with privilege in ease of fafhtro, of .lihtomer retrniag fur money, with happy resnlts so far, not a bottlehaving been returned. Tours traly, IRA LUTES, druggist. Sold and gnamranteodby Joe 8heltonl "When the spring time comes, gentle "And- the chills and fever bloom once more," "Yon had better buy a botte of Chet tham's Chill Touie," "From the man who runs the nearest] drnal store'" "Don't trust to luck," but jab on a little of IIaunt's Cure for Itch, Titter, Ringworm or Eesentm. For sale at O G Gill's, Homer, La. Reaamuber, I pay ohargeron all wori sent me, whether by mail carriers, or registered mail, and retrn samae as soon as work is finished, W. M. WOOD, May 17. All work done neatiy ans on short petie at W. 3. Wood's Jewlay lHouse SjIsaynenville,] La... . i do all work acoorditpg to first pril-. eials of rppairlitagi lai guarantee per scot sqglietwuion, W .. WOOD, May 7 '. H ayneiville, La. SEverytbiing ib the Drug iuie fim i gouin:. f o slZti the,..i .'gest ~t- h~b [iss Sallie Phillips forme:ncrly this upari:sIi ,ut now :l tcOlcher in thel ~or: alt Sclhfiol it ?:itchltoclhit ha:s been eiºg:tgcl to to teh a pub lie school in the neiihbrhood of S. A. White, dturing her summ:lr vacation. Miss Sallie is :an acconm 1plished lady anl a well t rained teacher. ''The closing exercises of the ilaynesrille high School will take place Mond:;y and T''uesy, June the 17th and 18th. llRcv. F. G( Floc(ut will preach a sermon to the young people at the P'reshyteri:tn church Sutnday niiht. The;'e will be written examinations of classes Monday and Tuesday mornings. The excrcises Mondlay and 'Tluesdyv nights wsil consist of recitations, declama:tions, es says andt dialogues, Interspler-ed with music. -----ý" - - Attention is directed to the card of S. G. D)reyfus & Co., wholesale dealers In 1)rv Goods, ('lothing, Notions, etc., 123 and 15 'L'exas Street, Shrcveport. L1a. 'The firn gives special attention to country orders, and give uni versal satisfaction to all who deal with them. Mr. J. K. Willet who hais r( turned with his lamily from Atlanta Ga.;, informs us that the operation performed on 3Mr. J. M.. White's eye was a success. iMr. i'!itC will remain in At!ant:s same time cet t~rder the treatmcent of the occulist. The ""Glee Club" will give nn other entertainment at the coi.it house about the 14th inst. "The Social' Glass, or Victims of the Battle," a sensational temperance drama in live acts, will be rentle: BRICK! BRICK! BRICK! MIr. John l)wyre is now Iprcpared to furnish, at the lowest prices, any qual. titf of good brick at his kiln, a short distance west of tht Male Coloego. 1bn makes a specialty in furni'hiug suita ble brick for curbing wells. 4-:-J7 Our clever young friend, John W. Johnson hpaid this ofice a call yesterday. lie is now represent ing the staunch antd reliable Au gustus Craft, of New Orl'ans, in the tobacco and cigar butsiiess. Leon M. Curtesr' popular Drug cstab hslnnout, No. 200 and 2Q'2 rexas Street, Shreveport, La., always carrhis a full line of School Bol;ks. Inks, Writing Paler, fanc.y Xotel';aper, misc.llancous books a.d nil ki;:ds ofrtationry. Bar gains at this house. The new paiseng,'r coach for tihe Lousiana Northl & South rail road arrived last We:dnesday, and now paaengers can travel with some degree of comfort on this road. lion. A. T. Nelson has nmoved his tainily to Hlomer. They occupy his nice new residence near the depot. We welcome Mr. Ne!son and his estimable family to our town. S From 76 to36 Cents. Suspenders formerly sold in IHomer o r 75 conts are now sold by Bridgemanin Collier & Co., for 35 cents. They offer you bagaiusa in this line. Some of the "Jack leg" school teachers, who failed to'pass in tile Teacheti' Examinatiom last week, have decided that loafing suits their talent better than teaching. lHomer is already the best town in North Louisiana between Ouachita and Red rivers, and the improyrment stil) goes on. Who can tell us what has be come of Gen. King, the late con gressman, the man who was to build us the railroad you know, Leon M. Carter's wholesale and re tail Drug Honuse, No. 200 and 203 Texas _treet, Shrwveport, La., is headiqular tors for Toilet article, Stationary and Blank Books. A negro man was. arrested a few lays ago in ward three and lodged in Jail charged with horse steal. lng. There were several disappointed school teachers here last Saturday when It was announced that they had "'ailed to stand." iMrs. Olivia Barrow of Magnoli:I is spending a few days in Homer oit a visit to friends and relatives. Mr. S. C. Trimble of the Farmer ville Gazette and Prof, Levingwood were in Homer last week. Bridgelan, Collier & Co., have juast reclved a large lot of SUsplnders, all siaes, which they are meHlre ch6eaper than ever before sold in this narket. rop this g ,. sber over atd& e has networked. $7 4: ·· LIGHT RUNNING SEWING MACHINE. The Agent that had to bring the New Home. 1 wciitl to see my Susan, ]She met me' at the door, She told mne that I nccldn't come S10 8CC al0h IIIH lO'tO, Susan, what can the miatter be, L. UlOh, liow cnll I exlaiiin t What Saerifices can I imake To win you back agaiin She looked nme squarely in the eye, Is it business that you mean? If 'tis go to Sherard & Rtonner's store And bring the New HIome Machine. I sought the nearest Livery Stable, ® Ordered a wagon brushed clean, Told Gus to hitch his fastest Hosl: - I And bring the ŽNew Home Machine. __ Now when Miss Susanu shuts the door (1 state this fitct with pride.) She is very sure to see that I Am on the INxxts side. .._____ CA-""L1M E ,. L.., NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, $5() 0 0 REW AUr . Ida it e:'ctd lv the l'olice Jury of Claiho.urno I, ishi , That. Itro 1i.' aunl is Ircrhy otlered a reward of .2it'U U0 i r the ºpprehension and convietionl of the inurdcrc i or urdieirs of \V Williamiu MinI grove, who nwas tillrldt.red during the month of April or May, 188, near the town of Athenls ill the panrish of C'lai borne. And, that the Governor of the State is ht, clhA sy rI'('e:uesitd to otI r aI liil er: l rewln'd flr t he ith '! i urtI'pouº . Approv't d Aprl l :. 1 8). (Signed) T. A. \VW.\TON. 'residlelllt I'. J. Attu t: J. R. 1:.'i'sEv, Clerk 1'. J. • JOlN IENIIYt & CO. - VL'.)IEL1.1 DEtALIER8 I- BOOTS, 1ShOES, Brogans and Riats. .NEWM LLIANe, LA. I N. .& S. RAIL ROAD. Time Table No. 4, in Effect April 1st 1889. olnt h. b"titois. Ntih. No. I. No.83. Nb. 2. No. 4 Leave Arnve 6:0Iin:l0Opm hlomer, '9:05in7::35ipm (i:40anim3:45pm Aithens, lU:20ani7:40put Arriveo Ltnva 7:15nm4:20pm Gibslawl, 8:30am7:tO0pm J. D. BEAIIDSLEY, (Oencrnl Manuager. BEN ITOLZiAN, --DEALER IN Dry Goods, Clothing,t Fnrn ishing Goods, BOOTS, SHOES And HATS. Hoadquarters for Ladies' Misses and Children's Underwear, sa.mn ples of same mailed on application. -0 Orders In aI ldepartnmnts will receive prompt and careful attlimtion. Wihen visiting onr city we would be pleised tA have you call and take a look throgh our immense establishllmenut, Nos. 22 and 222 Texas Street,. SIIUEY EPORT, - - - LA. A. K A 11 N, -DEAj1\LE IN Crockery, Glassware 4 And.China, GENERAL FURNISIHING 00DS AN]) W'FR -OF TiNWARE. -SOLEa Ac EXT Fon- CHARTER OAI( ST.O VE S. NO. 207 TEIXAS STREET, Shreveport,....................Lal • lyv CLOTHING! L nT. stncl; of it' A 'tCeN(Wi riLE BR0WN IHOTEL Southl west ('orner Pubiltc Squarei Hlomer, La. Large Clenu Rt.ooms, well lighted arnd ventilated, good Beds, goodt Faro and good Attention. 'l;hanklidil fl r pInit ftlvtr, alR Crmncmlt are cordi illy invrited In * all. 'T'ermn mdcrate. W.. .ItIOWý. TH lOST POPIIAR Si00N It HOMER IS On the West side of The Public Square, --WIT1I- J, W. KELLY, AS -Proprietor. The very best Bradth ot WHISKE Y, WINES., BRANDY nud CIGARS can al ways bn had at thi': Bulr. Cinnectedl with the Lhons there is a good POOL TABLE, Wheregentlemen, so iuelined, can en joy a seeiablegentuo without being dis tllrhted by rowdyisnm. l y. J; I. TAYLOR, IIAYNESVILLE, LA., --)D1AL.R ItN( Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery And Boots, Shoes, Hats,: Caps and ready made CLOTHING Also a full and complete line*of DRUGS. Plarties wisbiug to pnrchase nny article to be foind in-a General) }tor will (do well to get my prices before pnrchaltilg, I wiil n.ll as cheap as the heapest, as my goods are purehaisd very lew, + 3-22--89. JOIlIN W.. TABER DTalcr in all kinds of MARBLE lItREVEI'IORT ..........LOUl 1i!. ShLSO-- Cnhampion WroughlE Iron I',nei which ..4ntire no brick or stor. lAnuil:aiol , anli aUll kinds of Orllallllnlltl h't11 work for buildiing,,llc h as C:luni i s, Verandahs I. Crest i ug., i! Amnerican and Italian DES1GNS FUPRNSl1III):D ON AIPLI( A TIO:. MON U31ETS. We- ganiltt ee to siell iurbhle hrwfapei thn l':i " other li' . Oet our pirieve e. ,t. fort binying. Ortidcfk' y. iutiprotalljl af*tila i&.o.