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y n i u I i M i-wi. w vr $ -rU TOMBSTONE EPITAPH I'UBLISH BD KVEBY SU.NDl V BY S.C.BAGQ srUKCHlrTlOX KATES One year. $4 00 Six months 2 50 UelivercU by carrier to any part of the til for 35 cents per month. Arizona first, Democracy after ward. Cleveland rarei as much about the roasting he is geUiug'at the hands of Democratic senators and Derno ciatic editors as a duci docs about dew. Stewart is an aid Roman of the western f chool. No maa, be ho Dem ocrat or Republican, can but admire a man who is above part when the cause of his people is assailed. Sttw art is one among a thousand public men. The associated piess report that Gov. Hughes in his message made the assertion that Arizona was more of a gold thsn a srlver country and could he counted on to give her rote against silver was. totally false. He neier made such a statement. If yon are doing nothing go pros peeling. If jou have no money get some fellow to stake ion. Find a gold mine. If you .can't find one of your own, find some other fellow's and sell it for him. Do something. "Keep moving. Don't die of dry rot. Act'g Gov. Bruce has offered a re ward of $ 1,000 for the apprehension of the murderers of Frank Oury. Mr. Bruco wisely made the amount the maximum allowed bylaw, which will have the effect to stimulate the ef forts of the officers and make the cap ture of the outlans a possibility. The Gazette ruado a terrific blun aer when it stated that fcecretary Bruce exceeded his authority in offer ing a reward of ?1,000 for the appre hension of Oury's murderers, and ns eerted that the law allows but $500 to he offered for the arrest of criminals. "Paragraph 2357 of the renal code gives the executive the power to offer a reward in such instances not to ex ceed? 1,000. Abandon- Fort Bowie! This would be the straw to break the camel's back. The patience of Ayzoaa's pop ulation is proverbial. We have stood by and watched our industries paral yzed by the treachery of the adminis tration during the past half year, and this blow i to be followed up by turn ing ns over to the m-reiless dispos ition of the hordes of Apaches which will infest our county as soon as this move is made. Who is to be benefited by this abandonment of Fort Bowie? Only a syndicate of enterprising con gressmen who are in the deal to grab the entire reservation as soon as it re verts to the government. The Examiner publishes a long list of comments from its contemporaries on its recent change-Sof heart toward the administration. The interior papers are not .complimentary to the Examiner, which calls forth the fol lowing editorial utterance: When we have- such evidence of the coolie-like spirit that is eating the rice ol humility in so many of the edi torial rooms of the coast the necessity for frank and courageous speech by adult newspapers is made the more apparent. The self-righteous air of the Exam iner is amuting. The fact is that tbo "courageous spirit of this adult" newspaper did not show, itself until after it had been ridiculed into sub jection by the very papers it now treats with such a patronizing air. Onton such buncombl Plica, Itclilns Plies Symptoms Moijtnre intense itching and "tinging, most at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form which often bleed and ulcerate becoming very sore. Swayice' OrsTMEjrr slops the itching and blred ing, heals ulceration and in most cases removes the tumors. At drug gists or by mail for 50 cents Dr wayno & Son. Philadelphia, a Alii the Fistat ier K'lrir. Every lover of his country should contribute to the cause of Free Coin age. Mail silver documents to your friends east orsend list of addresses with postage to the undcrs'gncd, and silver literature will be furnished from this office. By the committee, A. C. Fist, Chairman, T. F.Vaw Waowkt, Sec & Tretu. MC Bottea MMk, TJMTir, CoL from Honday't Daily. B. A. Tackard is expected home lo- G. W. Seavcrns anit V. Lcnis are registered at the Palace. Ten trial jurymen went to Tucson from Tombstone yesterday. C. Gallagher and Ed McKennahavc locate Ja mining claim at Turquois. The meicury in the thermometer crawled up to 91 in the shade today. J. Lyall.Mrs. C. Lyall and II. B. Turner are registered at the San Joee. G. W. Seaverns arrived today from the cast, where he has been for several weeks. Harry Draper has gone to Duval's ranch in the Sulphur Spring alley to recuperate. C. C. Crane and Mies Dora D. Emith were married at Fairbank yesterday by Justice Duncan. A. W. Smith. Nick N'obile and J. McCarty went to Tucson today to tes tify before the U. S. court. The deed of B. Ruiz to the Bisbee Butcher Co., of house and lot in liis bee for ?65 was recorded today. A righteous protest is going up from the press of the territory against tlio abandonment of Fort Bo me. P. Lewis, a cattle man from New York, is registered at the Palace. He left lodav for a brief lisit to Bisbee. Mrs. E. Sydow returned yesterday from Nogales, where sho has been vis iting Mrs. F. Uerrera for a fortnight. Joo Hoeller accompanied Gus Baron and wife on their World's Fair trip. He will return in about three weeks. Miss Alice Feldman left yesterday for her homo in Tucson, after a six weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Schrmeding. The hospital steward at Huachuca, who has been spending a day or two iu Tombstone, reports the health of the garrison as Crst-class. On Friday afternoon 70-100 of an inch of rain fell at Dragoon. At Rus selville considerable damage was done to corrals, water tanks and fences. Miss Maggie Hill, who will teach in the Tombstone school next term, ar rived today from the east, where she has been for the past three months. The next term of the United Stales land court will begin at Santa Fe November 13th. A term will be held at Tucson, Arizona, beginning Decem ber 11. A prominent attorney from the City of Mexico, accompanied by the Slexi can customs collectorat Nogales, were in town yesterday and left this morn ing for Bisbee. Tombstone is about to lose another of its desirable families, that of Mrs. Castai'eda and family, who will join Mr. Castancda at Benson and spend the winter there. The base ball game yesterday result ed in a victory for the Tombstone club by a score of 15 to 14. The injury to John True caused tbo loss of the game to the Rawhides. The personal property of H. I. Thornton, deceased will be sold at the store of Soto Bros, in Willcox on Oct. 17. It consists of forty head of cattle and-one Dnrbam bull. H. D. Slelle of Denver, representing the extensive wagon manufacturer: Sttidebacker Co was in town yes terday. Paul B. Warnekros is one of his best customers in the southwest. John True was painfully injured yesterday by being hit by a ball in the groin. He was obliged to withdraw from his place behind the bat and was carried home. He is all right today however. . Wiiex the people of Cochise county learn that they nillhavc to put more than n ponuy in the slot to make the dial of success go around, they will have mastered the secret of how to bring prosperity to their doors. Supt. Gales, of the Ynma peniten tiary claims that tho government is indebted to the Territory in the sum of f 17,000 for the care of its wards, reservation Indians, which have been kept there at Territorial expense. Editor Russel of the Gila Bender and L. Kaltenbach .exchanged shots en Saturday last. The former was hit three times but not fatally. The latter had a 45 Winchester ball pass under his waistband but was not harmed. The cause of the ihootioz wm ao(McertaisfL CHASTISLD BY A COW. Ad Incident Which Tent! to Show That Cattle Are Intelllxrnt. A cow and a steer the latter two or three years old were the only occu pants of the barnyard where the occur rence took place, -vrltcs Allen Pringle. A baiting of ha; was put out to them, the cow takliv posoession. The steer wished to-fnare.it, but the cow, like some higher animals, was selfish and was bent on taking the whole of it, and as often as he would maneuver around from side to side to get a bite she would drive, him off at the point of her horn. The steer was so persistent that at last the cow's patience gave way and, taking a determined and vicious charge on him, punl&hed him severely, though he was her own off spring, say Popular Science Monthly. The steer felt badly hurt, not only in body but evidently in mind as well, anil Immediately started out of the yard and off down the lane toward the pasture where were the rest of the stock, bellowing vengeance at every step in a language which was unmis takable to the bystanders and which the mother well understood, as she ceaed eating and listened intently to the threatenings of what was to come. When these died away In the distance she resumed her ration, but with evi dent apprehension. In due time the steer was seen returning, bringing-! with him a companion larger, and stronger than himself. As they ap proached the rumblings of rage and revenge could be again heard, which grew louder as they came nearer. The cow took in the situation at once and was now terror-stricken. As her assailants rushed into the yard she dodged them and rushed out at life-and-ileath speed and away toward the rest of the stock in the field with her pursuers clo on her track. IF THE OCEANS WERE .DRY. Tttrj Couldn't lie FlUed l"p A -rain Iterance the Itlirr Wonld Disappear. "Suppose the ocean bed were empty, how long would the rivers of the world have to pour themselves Into it before It was filled again, presuming there was no loss by cvaporatlonT Answer by the Brooklyn Eagle: This question, or one very like it, has "gone the rounds' for a good while. Its terms sem to Infer that some things have been forgotten In formu lating it, as will lie seen. The ocean and seas on the surface of the globe, representing 145,000,000 square miles, with an average depth of 2,000 fath oms, are calculated to contain 3,270,000 billion tons of water. If this were all evaporated and the basins left dry. It has been computed that, at the rate of thirty-six cubic miles per day (the esti mated flow of all the rivers in the world), it would occupy 35,000 years to replace and create a complete circuit of the whole of the seas as they at present stand. Hut this required a further assumption, namely, that the rivers would continue to flow with their present capacity, which would. In fact, be impossible if the ocean bed were empty and dried up. If such a thing happened the river beds would soon follow suit and be also empty, as the sea is their great source of water supply. It is estimated .that every year a layer of the entire ocean fourteen feet thick is taken up into the clouds and returns to the earth in" the shape of rain, keeping its springs and rivers supplied with water. Stop this supply and rivers of the world would soon be mere dribbles of water, which would shortly and quickly disappear, render ing It Impossible for them ever again to fill the sea to Its present extent. OLD MEN IN JOURNALISM. There Are Verjr Few Flacea for Them la the Kewtpaper World. The most pathetic figure In journal ism Is tbe man who has grown old In Its service, writes J. W. Keller in the Forum. Through no fault of his he finds himself without a vocation when he most needs it- In. any other busi ness his experience would be of value. The accumulated knowledge of years would command a prize commensurate with its worth. Here it is valueless, because in the first ten years of his journalistic career he lias mastered the art of reporting, of copy reading, of nny routine departmental work, and experience shows that celerity de creases with age after a certain period of years has been reached. Journalism is essentially a business for young men. They rush Into It by hundreds, they remain jn it by tens. Ninety per cent, of the men who enter journalism leave it before they become old. They remain in it only long enough to make it a stepping stone to something else less exacting, less lim ited in remuneration, less Insecure in employment. On the staff of the daily newspapers witu wnicn I am connected there is only one man over fifty years of age, and the average age of the employes in the editorial department is less than thirty-five. A canvass of other metropolitan newspaper offices will show but a slight variation from these figures. There are more old men doing messenger service for telegraph companies than reporting for the dally newspapers. All the West India Islands down to Trinidad jnst off the coast of Vene zuela, are recognized by their flora and fauna a being far more nearly re lated to the northern part of the west ern world than to South America. Tnx last annual circle of wood leaves an accumulation of living cells .upon its surface, and toward mid-mm-roer tWse cells produce an abundance of now ones until tho aggregate is sufficient to form a new annual laver. This process on common trees require Tr-l-fed tbe eld 'ent. Have kept and sold Hires' Root Beer several years. I have drunk it exclusively this rammer. Am 78 yrars o'd and feel like a boy. It is ahead 01 sarsapanlla, H. Vas 'Xagssss, Zi, D JTjs HB voBf W BY WIRE. Heavy snow storms are prevailing in Europe. Tho volcano of Colima is again in a state of eruption. Mitchell and Corbett will fight at Coney Icland Dec, Stli fur a purse of 40,000. A bill has been introduced in the house to demonetize gold and re mcctic .7C7. The bank statement for the past week shows a holding of $17,000,000 in excess of tho 25 per cent rule. Of tho 480 ounces of silver offered to the treasury department yesterday 210 .ounces were purchased at .74. Dixon whipped Smith in four rounds at Coney Island last night. Smith made a good fight. Cleveland was arraigned by, Stewart yesterday in the senate. He resumed his argument this morning. C. P. Huntington and Cornelius Vanderbilt have been threatened by dynamiters and are much alarmed. It is reported in Washington that revenue cutters are being ordered to the Pacific coast to protect the Chi nese. Matters are in statu quo at Rio. The insurgents are blockading the port and reconnoitering along the coast. Mrs. Worlhington who shot Henry Baddcly, has been sentenced to 25 years in the penitentiary at San Quinten. " Stewart of Nevada, gao notice on Saturday that he would arraign Pres ident Cleveland before the lu.r'ol the senate today on a charge of iolatinp the constitution. A Paris dispatch says that the Uni ted States, made overtures last ueok to Paris bankers fo'r a loan of $50,000 000 gold but was refused and that our government is now treating with Lon don bankers. Two students of tho Northern In diana Normal School attempted to rob the bank connected with tthe col lege, but were foiled by the two girls behind the counter who grabbed their pistols and screamed. The men fled but wero captured after one was killed and the other wounded, A non-union boarding house filled with non-union sailors, was blown up with uynamito at Sin Francisco Three men were killed and many wounded. Several union sailors have been arrested on suepicioion of being the authors of tbe cowardly act. An attempt on tho life of General Campos of Spain was made yesterday while reviewing the troops at Madrid. A bomb was exploded under his horse, diecmbowelling the animal, but not injuring the General. The dynamiter was arrested. Five masked men held up a train from Kansas City last night and two of them killed and the others cap lured. Tbe train was a ' dummy" loaded with policemen. The raid had been expected and this train preceded the regular express. , Agents wanted to sell Martin's World's Fair Album. It is all that its name implies and more. A copy can be seen at this office. Write the Irvine Co., Phoenix, for particulars. i"sVOiie inexperienced agent took ghteen order in ons d 17 in Ph o nr Wanted Salary $25 per week" Good Agents to sell our general lin of merchandise. No peddling. Abova sLiry will be paid to "live" agents for further information address CHICAGO GEN'L SUPPLY CO., 3178 W Yan Baren st, Chicago II Strayed or Stolen. One large bay horse branded US on left shoulder; had hair on fetlocks. Has been missed several months. A liberal reward will be paid for information that will lead to his recovery. HAWKE & PlDWELL, S4W P O Address, Tombstone Cens-nnTiion Cured An old physician, retired from prso lice, having had placed in his haodi iJ as East India missionary tlm form ula of a simple vegetable remedy foi tho speedy and permanent enre of Con sumption. Bronchitis. Catarrh. Asth ma and all Throat and Lung Affections, and a possitlve anil radical cure for NervousDebility and all Nervous Com plaint, after hsring tested its wonder fnl curative powers in thousands of esses, las felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actu ated by this motive and a desire to te iievf.bumsn suffering. I will send free of charge, to all who desire it. this re ieipe,"in German. French or English. ith fall direction for. preparing and using. Sent by trail by addressing with stamp naming this paper, W. A. Koyee, 830 Power's Hotk, Rochester K.T I.M.1 wr. mtA -fcf - 1 t 1 -ii Said the to himself, "If the moon I could get, whenever I'm ih-7 my throat I could vet: The moon b a quarter with aquar ter I hear; you can purchase five gal lons cf Ires9 Koot Beer." A Delicious. Temper ance, Thin t-tiucncblae, lia'lr..(Hvlnr Drink. Goc4 (or any time ol 3 tsr. A 15c package miVci 5 cation. Ec sore and JCt iflKtaV. !' J rP-y -- "tarn. ISJt t llll V E. E. BURLINCAME'S ASSAY OFFICE A.. CHEMICAL o LABORATORY EUbllli In Colorado, ISfifi, Sample by mall or xpre will recrtTO prompt ana cartful uttcnUoc. .IJ A All ntt!.. If rtr1n.f.MIrfI And At- BSI3 & olim Daillim -Ted, 'os Varcbaacd. Ait.-::, lHS a W3 ln-i: , Intvr Wo. If You Think anrlwlnd f jlctod will do. then tio beet resulLa you aboiJ-i pUnt fior kind of seeda n 111 do : bat for irpFirPY'.s sFFn. .1. &VaVSaTL A tk aWJaa J AlTfays th best, fb7 are rpcoeaUed a mo EUUKiara eTerjwaere. Ferry'i rrrd Annnal Is tho most impunani tiooic or ine Kimi iui iunrM. ii is mvaiuauan i iue plaster. eund u 11 er. D.M.FnRRY&CO. DltTROIT, Xlics "German Syrup" G. Gloger, Druggist, Watcrtovrn, Wis. This is the opinion of a man who keeps a drug store, sells all medicines, comes in direct contact with the patients and their families, and knows better than anyone else how remedies sell, and what true merit they have. He hears of all the failures and successes, and can therefore judge: "I know of no medicine for Coughs, Sore Throat, or Hoarseness that had done such ef fective work in my Coughs, family as Boschee's Sore Throat, G-anSyrupt Hoarseness, at my store, who was suffering from a very severe cold. She could hardly talk, and I told her about German Syrup and that a few doses would give re lief; but she had .no confidence in patent medicines. I told her to take a bottle, and if the results were not satisfactory I would make no charge for it. A few days after she called and paid for it, saying that she would never be without it in future as few doses had given herrelief." ffl ---- - J - t-r mm 1 it act Jjvt'ru llrs ErerrMAN whowonMkncwtheGIIANDTntrrna.tfco Plsin F-ii-t tho Old eereu eod tbo New Dir&JTerles of Medlcsl 6clerc applied t Marrle1 Life, should write for onr wonderTal little booL, called "A TJIKATIC "01t MKN ONLV." Toany earnft nun we will mall ono copy Lailrely JFree, in plain scaled coTer. "A refniro from tho qnacka. 7HZ CMC MEDIC A'- CO., BUFFALO, N. Y- JBmy Pri-M or Queens Antl-Halrtne II. per bottle, sent It safety tnalllnz boxe postare ptW by cs (.aecorcly sled from observation). Send money or stamps by letter wlib full ad-lrf-Ji wrtltcn rUinly. Corrt-j-pondenee strictly confldeBtlal. Thtsadrenisement in honest and ftraightfnwan) in everj word it contains. We Invite yon ttnV-1 with o snd yon will And everyllilncan rpr-mHl i,'ul "? sndlo-day. AddreMQUECN CHEMICAL CO., l74Race Street, CIKCINMATI.O. Jou can recl-rter your letter at aoy Pat Office to losnre its : delivery. W will py aUOO for any cae of failure or allshbest Injary to any purchaser. Every bottle guaranteed. Q D Cfl II -To ladles who Int-rodo and sH smoaa their friends 35 Bottlea of QafenJiB A '-?? ' wh we win present witn a biljl iiusb, j ona"8BBBl of aUk to aeleotfrpsa sent wlUk ordr. 1 crweot with a SILK DRS8L The H. (5. ffaw Ifanfactoing Co. Buggies and Carriages. - Road Cafjts and J-Iarmess. xng czar coom THE BBSS R3&0 WACCH. .J' A' V flX VJIW ll 1 T s ' &-1 yf l ysti ' Our work Is fully vsmntcd, Is of excellent matorial end finish, and moderate In prlco. Our line of Buggies Is very complote. We rnaHo a specialty of Hand and Machine Made Hamou. Write for Prices, Address, WORST FORM ECZEMA llafile-a Best 31exllc.il bklll for KI5.1t 3Ionthi. Curctl !nTuo Month. by Cutlcura Kciueiiic. Till li to e-nre ft" a eVI I tf m'ce L.tl Eczema n lu urt f - . 1 M ft i-4tui t th-j l-t ib41 si! .Kill that tc'l .i... ttl K.e. Tiw) iHlH l.i.4t tliN'v I Kk U YfMfirr a-"',:- iaa iVaf. iti.' it..- t llw C'ltv 1 tii.-. rwi. id A tvo .-3;l la awful tlp-Me !kd ctaH-fr-d fil '5 t ai-ai. aotf my 2r. IsAt-'J tld r.t. -i XO r &1! ijm-'( thl !. fj c it- ifc -Jc-I. bJ Z .t?i nu.-tl ti itm-di. L'rt A for erJ to.lli Lte it on anr ii:t o( Ju Itnti-. The ilortor hi rftfchM tb" (Hava-M) with onto. inUrrt, vlA c-ou 4 on. y Vtl domT " The cj w Li") u f-j .ai-iw i.aii4ecrbotlxwaa inuchrjrprlMI. lict lh.iV 1 10 CXticiba Uexoiff. Could there- h an) thing oa earth that would atia a (jiher to r Jj, eitftunlj would be. when the little kiDo.-entOTia cnuU tune mich a remedy at bind, (mi portrait L-TenUh ) J. 0. XICOU, liouUr 111.1, la J. A eVI! wa VrougM f mo Hh ehronle eeiere. th.tt bad dulcd iU-odid treatment frw.1 ruay good dt. tor. . a regular II. !.. sbuuld hava euutmjrd tlmllar treatment, but thought It atclcs. o imt It en Cvtic I'tcA. The r'JM to wed. C. L. tiLUXKV, M. V.t Iooe, la. Cuticura Resolvent The new lllood and Skin rurtnVr. .sternalljr. acd CrxiLtiu, tlu pret b.ln Cu -. axd CtTicvm go?, tbo cxqnUl o bill lleautif.fr, externally, la tan!y relieve aci aptdlly cure -very dleae; and humor of the fLIn, acil., ai.d LVkaI. with loci of tIr, from luf&ocy to ae.frcra -liplfi to crofula I Bold rverj-wbere. Price, Cor.e tru. We.: Boaj, I JC., KfMtUENT, lAf I'r-jnred by the 1'uTTER Dr.' u AU LULXICAI. CV1.1 -fUTION, UOtOD. j?-At fr "li .w toC iTeStluIi4etuei,"6i 3: ,vri.!j-rI---UtUji,taDJ 1 J tcUtuuciUl. QAtJV'C S -D " uI S "lll Ifl UauUfird JhDI 0 lyf'tTK tiu.S.. tp. At'-nlately pure. Jp, WEfcS, PtViirjL dAGKS, r'mfllr','Mli rclevid n "c m'rut by the 'i J Cut:nra An.M'.ltt lifter, ti ',3 It 1UU11V'1. t-aU-kU x Our Motto "A Jollar'i worth for a dollar" la thtisottoti Hood's Sanapirllla. ibis medicine Is a WfiMj concentrated extract of Sarwparills, and other well-known vegetable j-emedlea, and Is pro Bounced by experts the strongest and best prep aration of the kind yet produced. It owes iti peculiar strength end medicinal merit to th fact that 1U prepared by a Combination, Pro portion, and Process Peculiar to Itself; tUscorercd by tbe proprietors of Xlood'i Sana? parllla. and known to no ether medicine. Its prompt action on the lilool remores all imparl ties, and cores scrofula, salt rheum, sores, bolls, rlmples, all hnmon, and all diseases or affec tions arising from Impure blood or low state 0! tho system. "I have taken Hood's Samrarlla and find It to bo the best blood parler I hire erer nsed. lifts. II. FxrLD, Auburn, CoL Tho Best Medicine. MI hare used six bottles of Hood's Sars&parfHa for Indigestion. It has helped me a great deal. I think It It the best medicine for Indigestion an drtpepsla." Mas. X. A. Laudiroali, 133 1-Tortl. Fifth Street, San Jose, CaL H, U. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by druggists. Jl: sIxfor?3. iTepared only cy C.L HOOD A CO., Apothecaries. Lowell, Maaa IOO Doses Ono Dollar Aoents Wasted. Free prepaid outfit to energetic men. Severn, oi our salesmen have earned from $70 lo 100 a week for years past. P. O. box 371, New York. - 6-22 n A -- HEW DiSG9EtiY bygeSi&EST In compound irg a solution a part nas arcently riIIM en hf liat,d and on Hashing attn-a.d K -Mai djcuTvred lbt th batr wds out plriety r-nwv-J. Wc si oacr put ibis womtertcl j?evruilvit, otiili marl.etandaof:reallabcnU.dtmiad!bRt we are imjw imrodnrtng ltthroaUout tnenurld Wide;U:e.-uncotcauci.' Anti-L.airii.c. IT IS PEHFECTLY HARMLESS AMD so oiiY.HCfc Any childcanuslIT. TJiy thbalr over and apr'ytbemixtnrefTa few rslnc.. tnd tbe hair diHappvars a. II by rS -w.ti.cut tbaiwijLttettpaincr.-njcr Len applied or ever atierward. It laonltaeanvotber rrra ration eertrrd IOra II .? l"uri"t-";. iiiiai-siiui vi auna - v.v .mi -c art.. uj v-iai wlihbalronih-lr F.iCl", MICKanl ARMS attest Its merit a. tsiTIaKMKN wtodo not arpreclataa beard crbalr on their cee-r. findaprtcclcss boon la 3ueen' Antl-IInlrlnewUcb & ay tvtih sfa'tin- Ki-p-ii..TTi-r itt f-finra frr-owih an clief Impossibility. 15 yards b silk- Xxtn lnts Botueaaa ay UOOO 9UW7 VW WWaallallPailnn a-aaa fox tzzizz : w Tlii WJS10 BEATcK Z'JlO CART. 1 tt.N WsH Lata start, CWCAM, U. HGXSV." r IT. r I - l M K li -uZ. T Z.r -'