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:. n. , ra!!6 rue , Inoifi nutf I'.r 1 ioch.. J1 +14, ;.00$4.06i.00 41(0ig0.0u *2 inches.. x.50! 4.50 ti.001l0..O0 15.00 4 inches.. 6 001) .l 0tO0;15.O00 20.00 6 inches.. 38.00 12.00 100l"-O0..00 25 00 $ inches.. 10.0o 15.00 20.00 30.001 3,:.00 .) ellna. 15.000 ~o5.0030.0O40.00) 60.00 l eolmnni.n. ~.00o5.001 45.00,0.00 _.100o00 Loal notices 10u a line, Transient Advertisemonts, $I.OQ per square for ist inscrtion and 7?i for each subse qunct insertion. Obitnaries, except the simple notice, charged for at regular rates. =,,~~ -- iI LOCAL ITEIS. - `'hen in Shreveport taeC ,u'r clcal Ill tleltnana'v. Advertise in the GUARIIAN. It will pay you. Losijiana State ittery tickets for sale at Ward's. - Miss Dink Brows has about re covered from the severe attack of slow fever, which confined her in bed nearly two months. Fresh Landrethse Turnip Seed just re seeiyed at Shelton's. Go to G.. G. Gill's for Drugs, Patent )od'ciues, Paints, Oils, &c. Do you want a good wagon for a small anlouut of cash? If so, P. Loowenberg can accommodate you. ist ta ei ed st Sherard .I neurlr% a large lot of furniture that will be sold cheap for each. P. Laoewenoborg' popular house is headqnnarters for good goods and rare bargains. Give this house a trial and yo.. e will save money i i'the future. Atter dipthera, scarlet fever, or pnenmonia, Sarsaparilla will give strength to the system, and expel all : oison from the blood. *uA rdeeeived' a lirge tot of Spring Clothing, Shoes and Hate at G. G. Gill's, w hich are selling rapidly. Call early and make your selections. k,': Denman & Co., wholesale and retail Sdealenrsin4tiardware, Stoves&e., bhave Sverythipg on hand connected with the Hardware line, and for the CASH can seoll cheaiper than any house in town. Dr. A. H. Gladden has been ap pointed by the board of control, Endowment Rank, K. of P., medi cali examiper of fie Homer lodge. Accept the GUADIANx's congratu lations, Doctor. Without a Doubt. If ye" want thie 1 w!a n yo teverY b6aghago to W. WE Donond dtir a HeIImer, La. S Months of sicknes, long doetors bill, Sand broken health can all be avoided by takling Ceaarlin.. 'Cas" a ilnaeta r#istufli e. tl4, bow e.I. I ja: the outly, ,osiiv.p: EIrI for ;Why rey lied torture the eyeo when on can g6t a magn8ceent White Sow -ag l ackline aIt W.'A. Johnstota'. They Laeoted fot their durability and ext -l r Ziak Howell, a prominenI AMp buyer of Shreveport, was stes busipes Wecdnesday, and a of locatiig ere later on, i,,ia a good market, Jack, and Lhealrty wralcom3e will be in store 1n'h are now rse.v .te f etnmen's ad boy' S al grades .an sit-es that *ine bevcrythinrywelse Sito a fir.~t-pas Jewe''lry V stbi- gooda onhetpdand Pai rto 8hoolEnoItt nt e An interesting entceltainment/ will be given in the academy at Li lion on Friday night the 27th inst. Prof. Harris, the principal of the schuol, has made arrange mints for the HIomer Glee.Club to be there on that occasion and render that sensational and interesting temperance drama "The Social Glass." Our amateurs will no doubt do themselves credit in the rendition of this interesting play. The music will be furnish. ed by the IIayn .sville String P:l , than which none evetr 1;sCourse(d swveeter st.;us After the drama ,(;'V.:; will last about t wo hours, Blon. J. 1R. Phipps will deliver an address. In fact nothing has been t omitted from the programme which would add any to the pleasure and enjoyment of the attendants. The entertainment has for its object a good cause. The proceeds will be applied to the expense of iunprov ing and repairing the "-school building. Every body shoi1 d go out to the entertainment. Not only will you get the worth of your money, but contribute to the cause of education. Admission fee for adults $1,00; childrh'en over ten years o!d 50 cett, I under ten free. I will state Jo my erttotersa sad friends tl I ala not doing tas oni i work in thie ,ii ati eteh;i ck and .i jewelry repairing,' tdinitirautue por feect satifiidotid is ag eyry respect" oir money rofnadii. 1epect1ll, . . . V. A. JonRsTo. . 1 McCorklo'shoise fsolvrrnnhng with goods, such as 'Clothing, Iliat, Caps, Bootas 8hobs;Cloakn,1 r'ithiitore; eLqves r and all kinds of genetaf titchandtisl. 1 District court wilth all its trials and tribulations has passed. Its Sinflhctions were numerous and ' severe. Convictions were rapid. ? Acquittals were few and slow in takin'g place. As a whole we I neither approve or condemn. The e accused put themselvr' on their " country, of which the country the jury were, who sat together and heard the evidence. After doing this they pronounced nearly all of , them guilty. Vox Papuli, .oz Twenty-Five Cents. ii brtrd ,to c` e they ':g@iWiAK O Clniborno p, 4 lmJee qi t price tromn now ltttil inasrS. 1, A009O has Ien redueod.to tet. Wivy " . cents This is pr" ; jente ,opnnyritimi for those vil b~aWiniatrea ifibserit)4 to do so at oi o its ias itsOr intmntlon to irprove the palrwitl-seith .-u e, in its every.Eopartmint, Remit Ioatal -loney ordtns orsgde amps. 4 . v AARD. To my friends of Clallorno' phrish: :I have recently eigaged my services to acta. salesman for Mr. G, . Gill, at whs< '" l £oIiusC Y i emn uow be fonnd . My .brigs eupecially aor r n'queste to all oe' hne mtitt I 'ill 'tako pleaoa in hoSliag tje0a jny goods ke$ in tue a1,OYv named establiah. an* . Respetotfuly,. fl. i".p ri~geman ha. boon te. ,ick at 8ipmtrpel! ' eter since last Saterday. ' We i.e glad to state haot'er that-his ecti,"'o' is very muckh improVed. Wehopipe he wilUl be well enqdgh to return iom7a:i r b sfi i days. (Wa ,ie aut!orised to star that W, A. Johibunou 1 sisl selling lthe Cle. brbated Hawkl's Speotucles, and can lit. thlehe of eit ie olde oyoug porpons. o lwberid thi ae. dr f Q otIlag tt .ij J Ia or" g Jo: Job About Town.'! The delightful fall season is at ,hand. There is very little sickness about town now. Miss Berta Fortson, of Antioch, spent a few days in town this week. Miss Ada Mercer is now engaged as teacher in the Art department of the Gibbs school. Judge J. C. Egan, of Coushatta, spent a few days in lIomnr ti;s week, D114rict Attorney McCleudon at itended court at Ruston Monday and Tuesday. .Rev. Mr. Sales preached an ex cellent sermon at the Presbyterian church last Sunday. Mrs. A. E. Jarrell spent a few days in l Comer this week, the guest of Mrs. Exar Seals. Court is now over and the law yers have a rest spell till Novem ber. Wilde Bonner is the happy father of a bounding baby boy four days old.' The town looks deserted 4s com pared to the last three weeks. We suppose the farmers are at home picking cotton. Hacking Dave applied to Sheriff KirKpatrick to help him guard the prisoners on the way to Baton Rouge. Dav6 said "all there was to do was to hold the pistol and shoot when the negro - stated to run, and that he could do that as well as anyone oelc.'' The sheriff would have given him employment but he made arrangemiients with Messrs. Bridges and Bailey when Dave applied. Death of WI. J. Barrow. Mr..W. J. Barrow,of o Summer feld, died last Saturday night; •after a painful illness of- about one month. Mr. Barrow was about 60 years old and was a devout Christian and consistent member of the Missionary Baptist church. He was an honorable man against whose life not - one reproach can be brought. He dealt fair and square with his fellow man,,And was never guilty of an unjust or Unscrupulous act. His last sickness and death was a'severoishock to hi.' friends and tamily. This was the, frst time since his boyhood that belhasbeen confined to his bed. There was perhaps 4o maid ' .s ag any i bel, wlhokatm'ored'. as-' little fiom the ills of the flesh as Mr. Harron Hence livtaiekbs and untimely 4eath came unawares on its dark lpissioa. ,, . A good lma-nrioW rests from his aebtJlyalrbrs andl hak gone on ,to his final reward. lie leaves a sorrowing widow .antl, several children, most of whbin are about grown. TJheG.r4ua condoles with them in this, their saddest bereavement. Opneng of the Lisbon elSchool I'ho nitxt annual #ession of the Lvi ban schol ivill oga WedueaQogy, Sep tauber 25th, 1889., We issue no oat logups with highly,olored index. We offer no bid for popular support, except earnest, honest' ooneisutinas work. Aple provision has been made for the amnoi'ationa -of boardng pupnlls at .renablo rates.. The sehoolbulcdug 'hi now 'iandrgoingPrpairs, and will sabon be fitted up in a manaer conform able to the moderm ideaof, comfort and 4o01venieCee. S, ~crp ofcompetent and experieno . teichers has IWbe~ ecuroe~ ad per foot alt; ftion guaraqtec8 to.patrons. -The mu~tic dopartmenUt wid be andr the control of .. . s Kate E. Dalton, of :New Orleans. $ Rates for tuitioa,P.tr *'.2 ' Musid, $4. boardt f'ptivrad fanitC all eonveniences furonia;d $8.00 tObi* For tnrther partiulara address - D- rrToxN W,,.Iams, Prlun. - e O.W. ManEaws, PA P e. B. T. SDeputy sBeriJohnM. :Brown, oeuntly a1treti 'f t wardouro, ati sozuped convict by - tie name of dams. Hlie wgqq cd two ~yeqrs ago of muaering'is father edotheypbaitmltarq f itb ertneo h·oe~eapod last Majylg €tu me '"to thi ptof t. ee) sand married al ybunulutamkfe milei below Lisbn. Mr. Kirkpatick carried Batlii Rouge last MondBy, .4*a= t aetisgeetg ong was the 4rea4 pChe wni - him n r rruning.uitay. - .. . . - -. : "a~ 'm ,a'oli DIED.--Mr. S. Y. iladney, who lrs, been in bad health for several it months, quietly passed away at his home last Wednesday morning. It I.is death was not unexpected, for he had told his family and friends several days prior to his death, that his end was near at hand. The deceased was 51 years old, was born in the state of South Carolina. lie came to Honier about 25 years ago an' has resided here ever since. GMir.' Gladney was a man of fine business attainments, a splendid judge of the affairs of ncnu, and - consequently ,sicceeeded and pros y pored in most all of his undertak ings. For the last tweilfy' yea~s, up till about three years ago, he n had been engaged in commercial business. lie was a farseeing merchant and t but few men had more experience in that line. By his frugality and business sagacity he accumulated quite a competency which is left for his wife and four children. lie had been twice marned, his wives were r sisters, and dautghters of Rev. Joe Davidson who died several years ago. His wife who survives him, - is a noble christian woman, she has been in bad health for several to months. Mr. Gladney was an in dustrious energetic man and had no ff sympathy for the indolent, or he ,e woud not tryand provide for his tam n ly. lie was a member of the Presbyte s rian church, also of the secret order d Knights of Pythias. The funeral ;o services were conducted at the is family residence on yesterdAy morn. ff ing by Rev. J.. A.. Sales, awn. his t remains were interred in the Homer Ii cemetery with Pythian honor. May n the sod rest lightly o'er liis grave, and his'soul in the bosom of his God. . Mr. Tom H. Brown, for the past year r- iv tbe.employ of Mr. E. Karlsberg, has opoded a store at Arizona, where he will ibe found' dispensing dry: goods, groceries, and in fact anything to be found in a first class country store, as a low as possible. We congratulate the t citizens of that town on their acqmsi tion. Call and see his stock before e purchasing elsewhere. e" What's the matter with e that silver dollar ? It's all right, for.you can now use it in paying for the New Or. leans Weekly Times-Dem a oc'at for a whole year.. S.,.. Mopney to Loan. Persons desiring to borow, nqguey on easy tornis, with real estate seenrity, Y will do well to hcall en the editors of a this paper." . Rleed's Chill Care is .aknowJedged Sths' "Success of the Age' by all who have tcsted its great merits by using it. -For sale by J. Taylor of Hayase Ville, La. . If your appetite is gone nothing will Srestotre it more quickly than C. C. C., SCbrtain Chill Cure, the great TontO and guaranteed cen for Chills and Fe-. ver. Sold by Joe Shelton. SIobertsoun & Jones, Jonesboro, Ark., write: "C C C CertainChill Curegives niversal satisfaction."' Pleasant to take. l'o cure, no pay. Sold by Joe Shelton. A fine assortment.,of ladies dress golods juat received at.S8herard~ & Bon nor. I Ifon wrant Bed Steads, Chairs, or furniture of.any kind try GQ. G Gill; he : hasthem eheaper than ever. it your bowle do not aeot;egularly, i tke Cascarinuo and be relieved. Flatnlncy and winud on the stomach.h is caused by indigestion. Cascarine is I the best temedy. Your silver dollar is worth Smore to-day than itoever was r before. Why? Because with it ygotu caitn now get the'NeW Orleans Weekly Times eiu ca fo a whole. year. Palue' Felery Compound, a fine nerve tonian ; egalator for the kid eyse, Lvei and Bo ,"els, Forale by Joseah bshelton. "Doe's ttinsat to lackt but rtb o Ib ritlte of flant'* Oprefor teha, Totter, )ijngworm or Eozsea. :For slot G Ollis, Homer, La. dy g, a, -pore $ufeven at ,.t aoie." s !:w o to G. a. s got i. MAt4RKC,, T REPORTS : %I,.-' The Shreveport Times issued its 16 page October edition last Mon. dlay, which certainly reflects credlit upon its live and progressive managers. The Times is the best daily paper published in North Louisiana, and deserves the liberal patronage it receiycs. Claibornites should get a copy of this edition and send it abroad, as it contains a very neat write up of the par ish. Ladies, come and examine McCorkle's complete line of new shoes. : A GoQd Appe'tite Is essential to . good health but at tihs Beason it is fteh :lost, ow ing to the poverty or impurity of the blood, derangement of the di gestive organs, and the weaken Ing effect of the changing season. Hood's barsaparilla is a wonderful medicine for creating an appetite, toning the digestion, and giving strength to the whole system. Now is the time to take it. B sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla. Marshal Nagle, who killed JudgsTerry a short while, since, has been released by Judge Saw yer, of the United States Court. He held in his opinion that the homicide was justifiable in law. 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. We said that after Sept. 15, 1889, One Dollar would do it. So it will.- 'Send One Dollar and .secure the' best newspaper in America for one year, The New1 Orleamnl Weekly Tiues-Democrat. Vil.en the spring time conies; gentle Annie," "And the chills and fever bloom once more," "You had better buy a bottle of Choa tham's Chill Tonic," "From the man who rune the nearest drug store'" -'Lore thy neighbor." You can nev er 'de this if you allow your neighbor to suffor with Itch, Tetter, Bingworm, eto, without advising him to use Huut's Care. Cure guaranteed. Foer sle by J. I.Taylor, Hayneosville, La., and Wim. Sellers,-Summerfield, La. SeElree's W'iE OF ChRDUITor fe male diseaecs. Cheathant's Chili Tonic is peculiarly adapted to poisons ir feeble kea~th and invaluds, It amstadigestiqn, and is a perfect strengthener and appetizer. Satisfaction or money refunded. Eortsaleoby J. H. Taylor, Ilaynesvillc La., and:Win. Sellers, Stummerfid, La. Cascarine is an exoellenut remedy for children: mild in action, pleas'iit to take. Hood's Saras~parilla cures catarrh by expelling tmpnrty from the blood, which is the caurso of te colmplaint.' Give It a triall Negulato the livers by nsing that ileasant but sure remedly, Caesrine.. Tie of th~egentler sx are the gkrtest. est adPvoeates of Casarine. It isjustl what is nod b.p t women. If your life is made a torture by.an digestion and headache, takpeCascarino andc curteal. Children like to take C. C. C., the pleasant and guaranteed cuare for Pt ver, Agne and Malaria--better than quniine. Sold by Joe Shelton. S Lumber! Lumberl! We willdeliver Kiln Dried and Dreos ed Lumber, on the yard at our mill, 11I miles north-west of Hbocr, near Hay.- : neaville, a; $10.00 per thouesand feet. We make a spocialy of FIRST CLASS Luamber. SLANGFO)RD & OAKE8 ROS. F-80-ma IElfree's WINE OF CAIDUIi ud THIDfORD'B 3rAcOZ.DZLVGT are fur sale by the oflowfng morehangs in Claiboerelarisb: . Q. I .Gi llli L ' ' " : ' } ; ' " To.8h 8heltn, fHomer. or woo uerP eaney TrhT E is tereby gei that I will py to the board' of pardops sad tio. Governeo for a consmutstion oe sentonon fromr death to Impdrsonment Sfor lb~· 0?rOI.r -.r--. -- + = rO' aee~b~-a; sroS:~rlgU8;r~ II~~'4 x -O- --- ·~ MONEY IN IT! In order to snpply the trado of Ilosmer with our Mixed i;ruind FPied it 1the smallest possible coast to the eounsumer, we are willing to deliver it in ton lots to any reliable man who deals in breadstnlk in Ho wmer for the same price that wre charge at out mills, and thereby save to the connsnuer 17} cts per 100 pounds, which we will pay as freight. There is money in this proposition to any live, wide-a wake merchant in homer who will accept it. We will protect him in price and as far as practicable give him exclnhi.ve sale of it in his town--m creasing orders for small lots suggest this cheaper plan for sap plying the IHomer trade. No old fossilized, moss-back mar chant need not expect to get the representalion of our M i x o d - Gronnd leed, as he can Biever ho B'made be1ieve but what sbhecks,.. corn and musty fiodder is good enough for a cow and a horse. Two cows fed on Mixed Ground feed will give more.muilk and richer but. tor than four cows fed on anything else. OGILVIE & THURMOND, lHeadquarters for Graiu, klay an.l Feed Stuff, SHREVEPORT, LA. "THE OXFORD." New Orleaus, La. (FORIERt "TRAPOLIN HOUSE," ENTIRET.Y RENOVATED.) Centrally Located, 123 ROYAL St. Opposite "Hotel Royal." Within easy anecess to all lines of ears and French Market. Home accommodations with home com forts at Lowest Rates. Rooms with Board, $1 50 to $2. -With out Beard, 50 to$1 per day. ,04·. A, IItLONG, of Kentucky, Mang. HAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 1889-1899. The Fall Session begins Aug. 19th, 1889. rhe Public Senool term will be taught the first part of the session. This is one of the best schools in North Loniniana and offers superior advantages to boarding pupils. Tui tion pnd board is much cheaper than at other schools of the same grade, as the teachers are well supported by local patronage and the citizens of HAynes ville and community raise their own provisions, and have no tents nor city taxes to pay. The locality.is healthy, the people are moral and society is good. The methods of, teaching are modern; the courses are SCIENTIFIC and CL ASIOAL: the iustruction given is TIIOROUGH and PRACTICAL; the. discipline is firm and positive, but not rigid. Moral, intellectual and social training is wade a specialty. Music and Art in connection with the school as formerly. S. J. MEADOWS., Miss Lena Meadows, -, , Aaeooiato Prin. NOT AS YE SUPPOSED. I have not quit the beef business as yon heard, but wivll have beef at my matrket house, about 50 yards west of Browu's Hotel, peery. Tuesday, Thurs duy and Saturdtay moirning. Parties S.wishing to see me will 1ir1 me in town bvery Tuesday and 'Thursday morning until 9 o'clock a. m., and adl day on Saturdays. Persons writing to me about eattle mnst descrlbo age, size. condition and price, otherwlet I can pay noAttention to their letters. Respectfully, T. D. KINDER. MEDICAL DEPARTlMENT. TULANE Un/VFRS/TY . OF LOUISIANA. Ltormerly, 1847,-1884, the Unliversity Sof Louisiana.] 'Its adxrattages for practical istrueo tion, and.dspecially lt the diseaonses of tbhe Southirest, are unequaled, as the la ociuroi It superabundant materials fremn the great Chtrity HEopitsl with its 700 bedaand 2),000 patietts aunal ly. Stuadent.us have no hospital lees to pa and special jsettrntrin is daily. given at the bedside of the sick, as In no other institution. For catalogues or information, address SProf. S1E I CHHILLE, N. D. Dean, P. O. Draweor 2861, New Orleats, La. July 143m BEN HOLZMIAN, --DEALER IN Dry Goods, Clothing, Furoishing Goods, ,B00TS,"' 81E x., Headquarters for Ladies' Misses and .Childrenu's Underwear, sam ples of same inailed on S application. -0 SOrdelrs n al departments will ieceive. PrompabP4til careful Ottentiop. When visi tiri oit eig e. wo~uald lio pleed tobsaveyonu call anmd take alook th'rongh oRt immense-establiahmient, Nos. 20i sit aTxas Steet.. ORsst 'T, - - - LA. NOrnows, IATS, BooTs Nos. 123 and 1$5 Texas Street, SHREVEPORT, - - LA. 6--7 ly. L.N.. S.uAIL BOAD. :-~le Table o. 4, ia Efeet ::: April st-1889. :". t: : THE MOST POPULARI SALOON w HOMER is On the West Side of the Public Square, with J. W. K ELLY As Proprietor. The ver. best Bralndsot WIISKEllY, WINES. B1DANDY and CI(lAIS can al ways be had at this Bar. Coiinected with the ioun1o there is a goddl POOL TABLE, Whre genikisuO,. so in'li.:ed, ctcn el joy a socia,'l h! a:,' ,' ,i: i". Ini , dis turbed by rowoii, J.. 1 y. J. IH. TAYLOR, IIAYNESVILLE, LA., -)DEALER INi Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery And Boots, Shoes, Hibts, Caps and ready uade , CLOTHING Also a full and complete line of DRUGS. Parties wishing to pn:clhase any article to be found in a Genllal Store will do well to. get my prices before purchasiug. I will sell as cheap as the cheapest, as my goods are punrehased very low. 3-22-89. Tulane University of La. WI. PRESTON JOHKtNTON, IL. D., PRESIDEI 3 T.,. The uoxt Annual Session of ligh School, College, and of the H. 8lphiw 'j Newcomb Memorial College for young women, will begin Tuesday, Octolber IT' Eutrace examination on Monday, Se 8p tember 30th. ., High School Course 3 years. Colle"` Course 4 years. All departments plied with laboratories and other ai to practical instruction. The Manual Training department is well equipped with apparatus tor wood working,black. smitbiug,.forging' branag ond solder iug and mnachito constri tion. Parallel College Conrlt lead'to tthe degree of Bachelor of Arts or Iachelor of Science There is a practical conrs in Electrical Engtheering and a eenm plet. plant of the Edisou Systeut for in. strnction.. * The H. Sophie NeWrcom~ "Memcrit Collegpe O young sromes ueera a fall. course in science and letters. Speial coursesa in At'nd Littaifduie. There is as, Academical Departmut. which prepares st icnta for, thb,, Col lege. Collegs eonuie' $100 per anutim. Preparatory por, oreftwo4'eiRs, 80per : The'Law Dftertmenl otpens .eiMj- " ..ber 18th, H. C. Miller, Pa t di. a M ,l Depastmeut,opens October l1st, 8' ,u. fordt E.COhaill, M. D.i a For genoral oatalogue,addreas,Wm. O. Rogers, Secretary of the Tulane Uui . versity, New OrleanstLs ' 30 6-iS, A. KAH N, Crockeir, Glasware And Chinh; GENERAL FURNISHING GOODS. AND MT'R -Or- TINW IE.. -SOLI, ARJT Fou-,-.T S T O VE S NO,~' 207 TEXAS 8TREE~ Shreveport,..............La .: ~ r aI. B, PO L:L A L (Ls Taor DITALLa, T3xaR)t fLAVINQ pormneat.y hog.ted 1 -.', I~omertoers lsprofusmionaiser-.L :: vlceik tothe publih4 thi he pratfh' 6f'• Speeila attention 'giveun to e bro)lo,, liseees 'of both sexes.-will visit ya rt ot the couantry nan perforul st"I1 eal operations;" .. ..; It- - Otoupre.stlh ove.., G. Gil~s (s4A Ibidenuce opposeite the PruabypCeril:' aSorIch. .... HOMER, IA, Osee 'or--8 .. .to a in., ad tu p S, . mr.to.6 p. t . !W OMe ~;ptaire in tb* McCranik w ~ lirit:o ""ild"k. absea stayoniestho.