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DAILY EVENING EDITION
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I EN PL ETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OBMOK, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1901.
First Fall Announcement.
PRESIDENT H'KINLEY STILL LIVES.
Buffalo, Sept., lSPresident McKi nicy's death is expected hourly.
0 puY ui uwvi ivo
where JfOO can have I bi
nisei From. Call
Mv tock is
.,! see m
hjja'bettl In fan. ) ami staph;
i, R. Demott
Fall and Winter Underwear
Mew Suits and Overcoats
Hawes and Stetson Hats
Florsheine's Fine Shoes
Alexander & Hexter.
The Boston Store.
School Shoes Opening Sale Dry Goods
Ito 8 kid .()
Mn 12 heavy 9)
II to 2 heavy L.16
Rueihuei for girls $1, $1 .25
$1.50 end 11.76
?ip)ii; shut's for boyi, matin
III man't ihot, $l.ii", 1.60
1.75. 2.imi. 2.25 and 2.50.
Bi;r boys arc yoiiag men.
nj tin- Douglai ihoe $:.k
15 to T,ii:ji' values, I'laiils ami Novelties.
This 00 von the least
I I ft 'I he line of Plaid end Novelties rsngt in price from
I wL. -s t.- 50c; will now be offered during this sac s(
the. low price
If these don't attract you prices don't count.
4Af to 75' values of fine plsids, novelties and plain
y, colors and plenty ol then Thii once ii made foi
the sale only.
50c to 85c values and a nood assortment ol up to
date materials, not a tew pieces but many ol them.
These are on centre counter counter, easily found.
A grand opportunity to get falj dress goods.
ic to Si values colored and black novelties.
75c to It. SI values colored and blac k novelties.
These can lie appreciated when seen
The Boston Store.
tikes in Mid Soap,
weenie hue 0 new
Fmved. 1,, i,v
r"wa, Oatmeal, Pine tar. i
' "'I' ' dvc erene scan
Wi 10c m ,. , ,,.( , arna
3 bars 1
r rMis s, to 6sCi blier
,gtl049C rubber bands 10c
On the Tray 1
Sideboard or Table
Pine cbinawart is always attract
ive, and you never saw sue h tine
china ottered at such low pro es as
in our present sale. A visit to
oui sales counters will well re-pay
you in the attractiveness ol the
display Then you can appreci
ate the attractiveness of these
prices. We want you to see those
117 piece: dinner sets at $37.50.
est pricei on books, six
'Piled red 1.. ..I :i.
Jl your old l,ot)ks we
sell paper xr '
I ltd tii.,. r
. wmm papers. iyc lor
ry JPneee napkins.
J m Qsat'a.PufiM,
ass ., . i
I WttUlul black seals, al
mVir 2 . 1 .
E 0,,"!r Popular shades
h d a ni-u 1.1.1 .1 we
I lOOds and lowest pre es
" BAKLK & 1 0LS()M
Por Combination Folding Cots and
Chairs. Just the thing to take to the
Next Door to Postoffice fSSgS
I have a full line of the celcbiatoii
Wood and eoai etovee guurautoeil to
he absoluti-lv air tight. None of the
heat is wasted and the atoves will
save ONE-HALF of soar foe bill.
I also have a full line oi caat cook stoves and steel ranges.
Prices are the lowest, cpiality considered.
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
741 Main street, 1'eudloton, Oregon
Buffalo, leas. i:t. Thc pNtMtal t
p. ni. whb very low and Inn
l(nth i. . . I hourly.
Tlic latent official bulletins imtn
the ii'k rcom ennvey little hope of re
covery. The newn of hi death tuny
rome at liny moment , hihI none of the
physieleM exire.i hope. Thev rtnard
the henrt failure a. iunirlrant of thi
spsssasbiBfl end. aii the pssssrew "f
the eminent m-ientiNt. in charite of the
ciie have heen exhautet and there in
little more that can he done. I'hecitv
in Bill ( up with H6ple and all in
SOSSlSSj traitiH are crowded.
Senator llaiina, the prennlent (.ic
tern and doSSMS Oi hin relative, are
here or are lutrrv i tipt t buffalo from
buffalo, Sept. i:t. Froina cene of
ltSS8Sl qelet and tranquility, the Mil
BSM NSSBSSMN IMSSJM one of ruah
and Hitpprea.ed excitement thi morn
Ull. New ol the premdent' relapde
Mpread throuijhoiit the city like wild
tire mid liv daybreak crowd, had lien 1111
to gather. All mkbIii were wearing the
look of sympathy and expectancy that
uuirkud their countenance, during the
H rut day. following the tragedy.
When the doctor, reached the prcr-i-
deut . tieilHide, a mperticial examina
tion wa. hu (lie lent to imprei. tliem
that he wa. near death 'h door.
A aab .olnt ion to .timulale the lieari
immeillately wa. injected into a vein.
Tint- iteomed to liuve uo decided action.
The heurt wai unre.pon.ive. At 5:16
the president wa. 111 a .eini -.tupor,
exi dingle weak, and the heart heat
were erratic. hcamonal ly he rallied
very .lightly, each rally being Inllow
ed by a rclap.c no more alarming than
At BtSO it wan aaofleiallj saaows'
ed the premcleiit had only a tiare fight
ing chance, through a mistake, some
one a Hag 0 te of the principal
building ni the city at hall inait,
and for some time all Buffalo lielieved
the prenidelil wan dead.
Tin. morning the doctor preventtjd
Mr. Mckinley from going to the
president's room. She felt very di
beaiieaei became- she could not nee
her husband. Soon after Senator Ifauua
arrived, Df , Kixey nuid .
"The pruiideut ha a good lighting
chance, but for hi heart. QeS known
what it will do."
Later, Or. Hixey aicl : "It the
president ItvSS through the day it will
be a puint in hi lavor."
anon.iii Haari SpaelalKt leSS.
North Creek, N. V., Sept. llt.-Or.
Kdward .laneway, au eunueiit be trl
MMisliSti has left for Hutlalo.
HI LLETINSI soald n
I factory. "
t have lMen more. ati-
Reeord of th. P-olct.nt's Condition That
Sat tha Nation to Sorrowlna.
Baflsle. sept 1:; r.uiietin. Isseed
ti.fay at different time, were:
7:10 a. m At H o'clock last evening
a change for the worse wa. noticed in
the president. By 2 o'clock llltl morn
ing every fs.ly wa in terror Heart
failure indicated it complete col laps
stimulants were given plentifully
Member of the cabinet, the doctor,
and extra nurnea were MmSBonsd
K(sevdt wa. telegraphed for Han
na and Mr. McKinlev'. .wter. left
Cleveland on a special tram
7':2t a in lie had rallied SNM
what Heart action inatill un.atinfac
tory. but the doctor, are hopetul
"I thc president out of danger?'
i "No, 1 would not ay that; he la
a very .ick man. hut hi. condition un
der the elreamstaaesi could set be
better. that Blush I will ay emphat
PUNISHMENT OP CZ0LQ08I
Haart Hai i rociblad From Flrit.
1'ttt.rield, Ma.,, Sept. 13, -lr. Mc
Buroei who return to Buffalo today
.aid tin amrntntbs4 Mr. McKinlev'.
hi' hi had given trouble from the Hr'.t.
Lart For BurTalo.
Oletrelsnd, . st.pt. la, Henna
and the president', .i.tera, Mr.. Iiiii
Saa and Mr.. Barber, let! for Buffalo
ui a .pecial train at 5I0 o'clm-k.
H rSS a. Oi. The .urgeon. met lor
consultation All were present except
Or Mclhirnev He ha. been recalled
irom M' 1 ora .iir. itiiniey OOM
not yet know ol the president I re
laiiae Al n'clm'k Dl Sawyer I el I
the Mllbern residence and said : "The
president is now a great deal stronger
than he was three hours ao I'hyai
niani are now 111 Ins room clressing hi
H'.-iO a 111 Mr. McKinlev realues
hi condition. When given a hypoder
mic injection of strychnine he a. Iced
feebly: "What i that, doctor "
"Heart st imtiiant . " wa the reply.
"I the nece.itv great'."' a.kel the
"Ye," anawered ihe doctor.
"Yon are a brave man ami a very
"1 realixe it," .aid the pre.ident re
llignedly hut cheerfully.
a. m. "The pre.ident'. condi
tion 1. Home a ha t improved during the
pa.t few hour., better re.piration and
.tnnulat fon. lie i OUOSOIOOI and tree
from pain. "I'ul.e, IJH temperature.
When Ilia-tor. Mynter and Stockton
left lbs Mllbarn nooss shortly before
I ton, Mynter said: "Ihe president!
heart i. allected. t the present time,
the patient is highly stimulated with
oxygen, etc., showing a slight
improvement over the early morning.
It is no slight, however, there i. practi
cally m material change." lie add
that the president's condition i. not
1 p. m. --An official li I let in just i.
: sued lay the president', condition 1.
I unchanged. He is ilueping q uietly.
flip, p. 111. Au official bulletin say
the president has more than held hi.
OS a Sleet thil morning, and hi. con
dition jll.tllie. the exportation ol Mr
tasr issstoseaeati He .a he ii h. t
ter than al this tone yesterday.
THSbK CAUhbU HHJUItlNu.
in. Buii.iini ai Noon vase Oaesstai is
Buttaio, Sept. to, At noon Dr.
Stockton said the president is Mteadilv
At noon Ilr. Wasdin .avs tbstt ll
I no appreciable change in the pfSSi
di nt', seadities berood the fact that
hi heart action is slightly stronger, a
condition which is Mgarded most lav
, orahly .
JUST BfcrOHK IHfe CHANOS.
A Bull. tin tail Night al Tan o Clock Wn
buttaio, Sent. Hi Last night at HI
o'clock the following bulletin was is
sued hy the physicians
PREPARED FOR mi WOKS I
Wasntnglon Ofltolali R.adv to Raoalva
Ih. Had N.wi.
Washington, BS pi. , -Official here
are prepared lor the wort. Secretar
ies Hay ami QagS and I'o.tmaster
eral Smith are in the city, and have
arranged to he informed at the earliest
momml of any change in the pSSSi
THE NBW YORK MARKKT
Raporlsd by I. L. Ray ft Co., P.ndlalon.
Cnloaao Board or Trad, and N.w York
Stock Kxehan. Brek.ri.
NeS York. Sept. II. -All markei
were sffsStad by the unfavorable news
from President McKinle) this morn
ing, stock. especially being very
weak, ami lo.e. running from I to 7
point. Liverpool clo.ed I -H lower,
' 7',. New York opened 'vc lower at
re. atei ejosed 7..
bi stock St. Paul lead
dine, at one time being ntt
Money, t'v per cent.
t'lose yesterday, 7ti'v.
Ipse today, 71.
Rassja b.lay, 76 to M l-H.
OloSS todav, 7A,4.
-tuck: Sugar, I'J.'i. Hteel,
kj . I .... I IttRI .It II ,1.1
ni. 1 mil, i.m ; 11 . 1 ., .'14.
siook Mark. l Haiti. d.
New York, Sedt, Ll. The had hews
from Buttaio seriously affe
.tuck market at ll peninu
.ix point., but
rdu - hrai ed 1
tumbled Irom one ti
tOftd nig buying I
si inew hat
llio World says that J. I' Morgan
does not lear the Worst, hut he i pre
pared lor it. It ia said that he ha
I '!" 1. 10 OIS, Ml hM OOmmSM to BUM-
tain values tin week and to prevent a
im De panic in the city id New York.
Ihe nullum, of Wall street are da
tSMSmed to protect the .lin k markei
at say cunt.
Word was .eiit hy .1 I'o rpont Mor
gan to all prominent tiuam 1 ers w ho
were out ol town to I.- III the city to
protect their interest in the event of
the death ot I'reaiileiit , hmley.
Wh.al In Chl.aao.
Ohlsagn. leps. It. -Wheat, 70'4
N.w York nutrlet Attsraey tSIH About
N" York, Sept. I.I. Johs D. Lind
sac ex , I, strict Sttoreey, gave the
world this regarding Crogos' crimei
ami the poaishaseti
"Tbe attempt ii..n the I lie of the
prssidSBl "i the Dnllad Mate 1 a no
mo' MOttl ..it ihen an attempt
iigain-t the j i H privta eiihajg,
I here 1- no l.mpral statuU' which
STI it. and the only law which can be
mtnreil to 1. the penal nsle of till.
-tat", which designate, an attempt at
murder a. au araault in tha rtrl de-
punishment for which I im
prisonment r ,,( ,,,,
"On a nsmSSf oi MaftSiOM tlia de
strabtlitv ,, ameiiding the boleral
.tictutes as til ISerSSei thS penally for
au assault upon the life ol the preai
denl or a cabinet .Hirer ha. heen ill
cussed, hut nothing has ever heen ac
SSmol I. lied.
"I think there ran be no UftaStluS of
the deslrsblllty of some action by con.
gre.. in tin SlreStMB. In all civllll
ed Spmmnaltlsi it 1 certainly no in
Knglsnd, Usrsjeay ami mesl of iim
ssreblsl rormi of seisieuisat sa
attempt against the life of th" nover
eign ll high treason punishahle by
dead, there 1. no reason why a aim
liar law shoeld BSi BS am.l here, of
'"'r" I ii'ti the theory that the
prssidsflt'l lib- is in- more valuable
r the humane ttaadpolst than that
of a private cittten, bin lawauae of
HiK trein Ions interest the public at
large ha. in the .afety of the head of
"An attack upon a private individu
al 1. merslj ss attack seen him and
bis family, while an attack upon the
pre.ident i. an attack upon every
A rises c it 1 ten throughout the na
tion. In tins , ,. it n mil an attack
pee Presides) MsKlaiejn 11 an At
tack upon the gocerniuent, and a moat
serum, attack. Nothing SSaM la more
"Ol course, tre.Hon ran only lie coin
milted in this tftSBtrj or any olhar
country hy a aitlsSS "I Hie country in
winch the act is perpetratiil A
MS) ol tbeW o!en.et are coinunlted
by foreigner.. It wollld he only he-
ted the res.ary lo pan. an acl whereby an at-
I rices tack made by any i er.ou neon the
ill the de
HL l.b.'.KNKU OF I II h
Tiia.lric.1 Manaa-ar Says In
Wlin Ho H.ard Mara
New 'lork, Sept. LL A .pecial to
the World from Ijindoii says: Inhn
It. Kog-rs, the theatrical manager,
now in London, tell a story that la
interesting in view of the Iragi.ly in
ReaSfS "ays he wa travelling from
1 c droit t Cleveland eltb lbs ntrsngi
Adventure ol Mis Broun" theatrical
troupe lat TbsnbSgivinAJ, when be
ovsraserd tee auarchint diiuMiiig
the iiropo.ed aa.a.Hluat ion ol President
McKinlev and Senator Manna He
say. he got off the train at Toledo and
Ihe president', condition n ntiiioe. telegraphed Senator llanua lo .end ds
lavorable. Blood count corrolsirale
clinical sbssaSS oi any bbs.l poison
nig. He is able lo lake more BOUfiSU
ineiil and relish it. I'ulse, UQj tem-
neratsrs. io 4 "
At the conc lusion ol the night , ..i.
lerence the doctor, gave another ex
tremely gratilying report of their pa
te. tiers to thi slation at Cleveland
ami be Would 1 1 out the men
When ihe Irani arrived at Cleveland
Roger, says he got oft and made in
quiries, but in, attention bad been paid
to his telegram.
A few we. k. later, when the com
panv was playing in C'evelaml, linger,
saw Si . ISMl Manna, who a.ked him
When n m itt hi drowniie; Ihn n-M-tr
is 11 queation m timel) btdp, b id 'In
h.01 1 iliing is tliafaAti Mae) lina? lbs
di. Ii 1 i of a man wlloiw- CUOditkM l
bopeleaa. "If you'd bssjun in time you
uiigiu have been cured "
The. il SnSeSall) 'rue rSttSS l'" 'I1'
ciM- ad act the lufgs Uala is dangei
on. Tin- tissely sej Ur, Pisres'i
Uulden Medical litaooverv iH reault in
a epiick line of dSSS) Sttatxd coughs,
broucbitia, and waak lung. Kven lu n
licuiorruagc have besu fraaueul and
profuse "OoJdns Med leal Uiswovery"
MS been used Uwa and again with the
reault of a perfect ami penuaaeni . urc.
Mr, McCsuWv, LaacHpurg, Arm ng
Co.. Pa., had riglitv-om- heiuuri huge.,
and after other medical aid had failed
in wua completely caed b the ue of
I, oli leu Mnlical IJISt'Ovi ry,"
Aci-eut 110 .ulwtiune tor "(.old. 11 Med
ic.il Hi aco very . " There i no other iud
(Cine just M K""1' to " weak " Luug.
" I w- 111 iwur liculth wlwu I coin menid
taking Ur Heirs' wcaiiaar," write. Hi Klturi
I .iwli 1 ui Vulu.. fraVrv.li Cu . lull. '' I luU
The physiciau did not liegiu lo leave wbal lie uieaut by aeudlug biai a craxy
telegram, aiel laugheil at the idea ol
anarchist injuring the president Of
linger. ay that the truth of In
story may he proved by the record of
the telegraph office in Toledo, whauce
he sunt the telegram. He -,n - forth
er that then were eight anarchist ou
the train and that, he could identify
ll.rin among a thou.Miid men
.U.i - - .' lo
UUI 111, 01 1 .
us I lead
nid twii .1..! 'i Mr
.liaigllU lir.l UM III'
Mill 1 gl.itlv or, iu
..idriri. fie J ku.iw
help no mii 1.1 I '
tasia ....I lo thi
botllc. of ttir
I feel likr .. ihAtirnl
in. .1.1 your auaUcius .0 '
11 1 urril mr "
Dr. 1'jercc's Common Scn- Medical
AiUiaer. nunc! coccr. I. aelil jut on it
ceipt of 1 one c ent sump.- to pa ex
peuae of mailing only. Addreaa Oi K
V. rteice, Bulfalo, N Y
the Mn iiirn maideiice until shortly
ladore I o'clock. The reports which
they bad to couiuiuunate could hardly
have been more gratifying than they
were Hr. Waadiu and .Dr. MyfttW
1 aloe out together. The taller wa.
hemmed lu en all Hide by the eager
"Hood news," "Qeod no," he
cried, ".Nothing but goi.l new. We
have washed and fed the president and
moved 1. m to another bed."
"is be still improving?"
"lie is, and to prove it, 1 desire to
aay that a count of In blood snows
that it ia iu a normal condition and
we ieel that we can announce detinite
ly tiial there la not the lea.t luda.c
Mel f blood poisoning."
He referred the reporters to I'r.
Waadiu. of the marine hospital ser
vice, who wa alaiiding at hi aland,
tor a scientific 1 liter pre tali oil.
i'be latter explained that a count of
blood waa a microscopic exauiiuatioo i
of the relative number of white and
red corpuscles iu the blood, to deter-
uiine wbetijer iutiauiujatiou of muy
sort existed Au lucreaaeof while cor -puaoiea.
relatively apeafciug, would
allow lutiaiuatioii and deterioration oi
the blood that might indicate peritou-
He sal J that vueterdey uiorcnug a
few droua ol blood were taken from
the lobe of the ear and III I MltOQIIOJI I na 1
ly counted under hi diraetios. "We
found," aaid he, "that the number of
white corpuscles was just about nor
mal, while the red cells were slightly
below iioimai, due to insufficient nu
trition since the operation The
count waa nut made," continued Or.
Waadiu, "to verify the fact that blood
LMANOBS IN FOOl HALL HULA.
SSSesnSSd by in. National toot Hall Ai-
ihe saatsiiMes el las National Poos.
ball SSSOtiSlloB has auuouucisl the
change in tin- rule lor the coming
Miawiii. Ihe committee i composed
of 1'aul J Mash lie, of the t ml. I
Mates naval a. s h in. AleAaml. i Mol-
let of i'riiicetuu. J. (J Bell oi (joiiieil
university and Walter Camp of Yale
Jew iiuuortanl cbauaea were made
i I he ntoal iuipurtaul changes is lu the
lellnitlon of a ' eaieiy." II eion.l...
that "safety" 1 made when the hall.
kicked by a man behind hi goal cow.
cosnes the extension or the side line
behind the goal Hue. Another change
ot Importance I. in the ruJe wiilcti pro
vides that no delay fur an, purpose
whal-'ver snail coulluue over (wo mtn
utea under penalty of Ave yard lor
any further delay, however (light, or
the forfeiture of the game if delayed
another two minutes
priMiiient. ttie vice pre. Limit or any
member ol tbeesblnel saeeld sonstf
tats a i a 1 1 1 1 a I otfense. 1 certainly and
must itrongly tblnh satb law advia
EXPLORER PEARi IS POUND
teems Hrl Craw Saw llliu sr. al
Bpriuet, New Brunswick, Hept. 1.1.
riie .learner Lrik, which Im 1 1 fur the
north in July to seandi lor the explor
er Pesry, retnrned tin. morning. I'hey
found lit i j i sale al Klah He bail pro
etretsd I0 tsr north as .) degraea ol
latitude Psarj wa left at t5aue K.
Pssry' Wile and child returueil on
the Knfe the explorer failed lu III
atlempl to reach the .ile, hut In work
i. of va.t importance. nevertheleM.
He rounded the northern limit ol the
Qfsealsnd . the moat
northerly known laud in the world,
and rSSSbsd tile higheat latitude yel
atlaine.1 in Ihe we.lern hem Isphere.
Pbli ssbievementi bt claims, i wsoud
in imporlaiice old) to discovery of Iba
Ola He will Iry agaiu next spring
SOME QORQGOUSNESS TO Bli
BseS'l I '.".ii IStSfMSS to S. .Or. at
Pgr la, Sept. II. I'lan 1st the mili
ttry part ol the iaar's reception lu
i ram e indicate l will be the moat
plendid ln Si th1 kind ever aeeu ou
the OOntlnsnl ol Kurojai. It includee
a gn at sham liallle, which win last
lour bourn Ihirtv thousand men will
bold th- I. ne with three tort, and
will endeavor to deleud Itheima Irom
an attaikiug lone ..I l3i,Mll.
SHAFFER vuklMi AN I IIORI
Want to .sill an Ih. T.rnu oe.r.d oy
Pltlelrsrg. iset. -dbsffsi c.uy
la making a last etlort lo obtaia a ael
lleiuent of the leei strike. Die lerma
now . . ight are those ..I Schwab, and
in snbttsntt srs All mill now ou a
Strike ..u i not Upafl ale lo lie slgued
a. union. Open mills are to Im consid
ered a" nonunion Kmployes are not
to be d.. riifliustad jagalual ou anouul
ol the strike.
I ranus RAMSEV SBLfiCTBO
Win laetttt Howiiuu ou heblay Lauri r
Wa.hiuglon, Sept. Li. I'be navy de
partmenl thi utstauoa ci ui
Hoar Admiral frauds itaiuaey, re
tlrel, a. the third member ol the
Stbie) rourl oi niuuiry lo sun osd
Howlaou it is uuderatood the court
will reaume ou Monday.
JUST AS TiiiiSUfV WLNl DOWN
lie AutHer tuat rr aao.uoo rer Oreasa
er r rmoiis.
PortiaiMl. nent. 13. -J. 11. '
kuown iu the luu.ical world aa l.ye
CdaJL Is sued for SSU.UOO for -
of i i. .mis.- by Jeasie Stilisuu, formerly
a scno.il teacher here. ft. eel lug
lue song J IMi as Use owe
Mown " Moth are well kuuwm.
lieo. W. Lane. Lewamo, Mich.. writeal ATieea. .e c.s.r.
"Your kilol Hv.iM.iM.la Our- iil i luyoiaud. eot 13. fcll Tofrtuw. ..I
best remedy for indigestion and .torn-1 atinueeola wmm elected oooimauder-loach
trouble that f ever used. W ellie ot U Orand Army ol tU U.
year. 1 auBered from dy.pep.la, -f t't'tlI'SL
compiling me.lo et-y I "-".--u.-"!.
I.. I tul.l..... .1. I
poisomug did not exist of which we eouipiei-ly cured by Kodol iy.wie -""."m-r,
fell cerU in. but to remove every ha- Oure la reoommendlug H to irieuda John O Uuuuell ol tdncago , aurgeoo
now of doubt. The result i that we who aufler trow iMtdl&rtiou I aiwaya general, w n . Iliorail ol Uliicmuati ;
feel aafe in announcing that not a Later Ic av for II If It fell. Thu. far chaplain lu cblel , ltev . 1 hoc. Boyle ol
trace of blood poieouiug eaieta. l'n ' I have never paid ." Talluntu A (Jo. Littaburg.
and i.i using
"' ' llcachpiarlers.