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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1890)
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EBY GIVEN that tncemplt-
bioua of lhe act ut Coiigrt^e i
Red **An act for the tale uf
Biatea uf < alifurnta. Oactfun,
hiiiKtun Territory,” I him **«
Pin u »uU. coutitv of Har-
m . hoa tbia day filed iu tbix
Bement, Nu. V fur the pur
■*^'4. *“<• I. NW‘4ufNW
E qr wf Section No IL in
Nu M E W M. and will
at the land suiight it more
r ur «.one than fur aaricul-
ua.abllsh bitelaimfu Baid
er and Receiver of thia
on,on Tueadav. tba loth
i naiucsaa witnewma: Lon
[Mcani/ht, Albert Ward,
latnund Harney county,Or.
I«ix claiming adversely the
is arc Lcqut H ed to file their
un ur btfure «aid 15th day
i T ilb ,
¡D 3TATMI I.A«wr r»< r., r
, Oregon, June 18, 1890.1
EBY GIVEN that the follow
(filed notice of hi« inteii-
roof in support of hbclaim,
will be made be/ure the
ver, (J. s. Land office, at
y. July »th. IWO, viz:
r the E‘a of SWL, Sec 12.
j. .lb R 2K E W. M
lig witnefiKea to prove ,hiH
upon and cultivation of.
unn. W. T. Whitworth. T.
. MorriBun, ad of Burns,
B IIUNTibOTON, Register,
Burns Oregon J fine 23,1890.
BY GIVEN that the follow-
„ filed notice of his inten-
[ .proof in support of h’s
pruot will be made before
ter L*. H , Land office, a>
ugust U, 1899. vit:
,4|. l inker.
Cqr of NEqr NW of HEqr
Tp.-4M. R. 8J E. W. M.
[ng witnesses tu prove hi«
t up.ui and cultivation of,
. McMurphy, Th..» Doii-
And W. C. Bvrit, all »4 Buri s,
J. 1J liL’NTiNGTos, Regis er.
Burns Oregon, June23 1890.
flCK 1BIIBREBY GIVEN that tne fo.'iow
kmed-Bolller hgs filed nutiie uf higlnten-
to make final * K»oi r * in
— »»f *,u
will be made before the
th a' said pro^
Is: er and Reel Iyer, T. S. Land Office a-
uKOregou, on fogUBt lBt 1HV0. V.S:
W r Iler • Biker,
of Sec. 10 Tp- 24 S R
No 449. h»rtk
W. M. nK|jKlCRihe
: r upon
"p ’t ,*m.
r»0VS biB C4Mklinu>»ua rt-B
vatiau of, ^ML
B o Mland,
D. Rusk. Peter
urv. W.W. J®DBOn . and Th..4. <». Duds.,11.
;B. H untington , Register.
>cen generJric««FFHpa proof .
* to please b4,
tjjnTEO STATES Land OfficcJ
Mr< i, Oregon July 11,1*90 i
with all i2|)t;CE fs HEREBY GIVEN that the folluw-
namod sertlcr hi'h filled null» e of hi« inten-
to make final pr.iuf in support <4 his
■n. and that Bjild,proof will be tnttde before
Register anjfakui iver, V. S Land office.
■^^■■■Kbn AUgUBt2’.B*. 1890, viz:
. si 'I
i »ml enti
■iSs. L *
NW’;. Section 10 Tp. 24
He names the following
bin rontinuuUB residence
p .4. Buid land, viz: N K
, Robert Terrell and Wii-
HI N T1N GT») K. «Reg 1«‘ er.
Ivon to all persons whom
t the undersigned has file
’be < b ate of Henry W.
iU-FUfiit X.KR aji,h*‘ (■»•»“»<>; v.*,urt of ltoe
we^Ptr, A>rllic county <4 Harney, nm;
M Monde", ihe «th <ls * .4 AtnruBt, A 1> 1* a »
p. Bii of Zfe.tfii-ia'okMik a m. rtf Bald day h»t* Le»*n net l>'
send fur (fur tb'eteearinir of thea«ime and the
lUra i.»nuf a iv atul ail object rt.s. if an?,
’ * ul *n« J(
be to Mid report.
r tauutia, A.m,
J cvm W J omes
inHtracor of thees: ate of lleury \V Jones,
Notice is hereby given t hat Agne«
—P. T. Thompson reports worlds Gearhart, my wife, did, iu Heptem
UAH LABOMT CIBCULACIOM OF ANY of bav on thc Ked.8.
NEWHl'APEIi IN THIS COUNTY.
\ ber, 1889, leave inv bed and board,
—- --------------------- ----- -------- .-------- ! —Lou Woldenburg. of Harney, and I will not lie responsible for
any debts contracted by her what
from this date.
_ ___________ ________ _ j —We are informed that Ed.
at Burns, Oregon, July 16
Msrtin sold his ranch nt Fish Lake.
A. D. 1890.
W. H. G earhart .
—8. H. Simmons, of 8pring*r.
visited Burns, the first of the week.
HAIWEY CXÄ’NTT ITEMS.
Fa*m Dir Sale.
WEDNESDAY. JULY 23. 18«.
—E. B. Reed's children sire im
—Hank Levens will have 1200
Lons of hav.
—Several strangers in town, we
suppose on land business.
—Lou. Bosenberg of Drewsey is
taking in the town of Burns this
—Received at the Hardware
Store of Cal. Geer, a supply of doors
—At the Candy Store of Mrs.
Vaughn you will find fresh figs, Sta-
tionary and fire works.
—H erald is only $2.50 a year;
now is the time to subscribe to a
live local newspaper.
—Mr. Fpringer, P. M.ofSpringer
The farm belonging to Mr*. . 8.
postoffice, was iuour towntwodays
one mile east of Bui ms.
160 acres. Tiri«
.......... is a very
—W. C. Cecil, of Silver Creek, ranch, having on it a good house
was in our town yesterday and Inst and barn, and excellent well of wa
ter; one of the best gardens in the
besides the wliole 16(1 acres
—Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Crump, o? county,
is splendid meadow land Parties
f’ntlow, are visiting in Burns, tl i» desiring to purchase, -mil on Mrs.
Haskell for terms and purchase
—Tex Sillman has taken the
“blue Rocket craze” and landed in
This is to certify that on the 16th
—Messrs. Comegys and Wilshire
day of May, A. D., 1890.1 bought
of the Blitzen country were in
of J. T. Ivy, his interest in aband of
sheep, which were leased by Ivy
—W. E. Alherson. county asses and VestliT. I also agree to settle
sor, was in our town, Monday and all indebtedness contracted in the
Tuesday of this week.
name of Ivy & Vestal, and to col
—W. II. Gass, who has been ab- lect all bills due the firm.
A lbert V estal .
sent for some days, we see on the
—Ralph Geer has completed his
—The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Tit -shop and is now- ready to do
fell from the bed to the ?oor.
all repairing in that line.
Monday, receiving some injuries,
—Ed. Martin drove into Burns
though not dangerous.
on the morning of the 21st. He is
—Burns was only out of her mail
i ot leaking first class, lie has been
troubled—hi 6avs—with a cough coming over the Ontario route 19
days. The disappointment of the
for some time.
people, no doubt, has troubled the
—Lunahurg and Fry have re- contractor very much—in a horn.
ceived their stock of boots and shoes,
—Horace Dillard, now of Prine
which for style and genuineness far
surpasses any stock of like charac ville, but at one time a resident of
Burns, is in our town. He is think
ter ever brought to the town. o
ing strongly of making Burns his
—‘‘Buckeye Mower” spur wheel home again.
and spindle, at Vale-Burns stage
—Yesterday we saw a drawing,
line office, Burns. If not called for
by John EniLrce, represent
within one week it will be disposed
ing Ilartvy after losing the county
of according to law.
* —This office is indebted to Sam^ seat, which is very creditable to
John as an artist.
King for the first mess of new po
—Ben Brown returned, on tht
tatoes of this season. Mr. King has
plenty of them, and the town will evening of 21st, from Portland.
not lack for potato “fruit” again Ben is looking quite well, and, wt
think, glad to get back to Burns.
—Dr H. M. Horton, our promi
nent dentist, is now permanently
located in Burns, all wishing work
done in his line of business, will do
well by giving him a call. Office
at his residence.
J. DURKHEIMER <& CO*,
•Joe Loutnan is better.
—C. T. Stewart, of Diamond vai
ley, was in Burns, Monday and
Tuesday of this week. He report.-
hay, grain, and vegetables looking
well in bis neighborhood
—There will be an express office
in Bums by the first of August.
()—DEALERS IS )>-----()
—<J. B. Huntinton and J. T. Sil-
tnan have goue oil a visit to Canyon BURNS,
Carry th« L*ri»it Stock Lu Earurn Oregon.
—We understand the Signal Ser
vice Bureau is going to establish a
station in our towu
LUNABURGA FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
of Boots and Shoes, of
The official vote of this State is
given at: Hermann's plurality,
1,913; McBride's, 8.658: Pennoy-
•r’s, 5,193; Metschan’s, 7,721;
Baker’» ¡5,158- The State polled
ibout 70,450 vote».
With the next issue of Harper’s
Weekly will be published a unique
-iews of London in 1616 and in
1890. Old and new London are
placed side by side, and the changes
j which have taken place in the city
luring the last three centuries are
graphically presented to the eye.
The same number of the Weekly
will contain an article by Henry
Inman entitled "The Last of the
Buffalo,” relating some interesting
facts in the history of the American
tiison. and giving an account of its
extinction. The article will he ac
companied by two pages of illustra
tions from drawings by Frederick
HENRI M. STANLEY
Harney Feed Stable
I ra B oyce , Proprietor, Harney City, Or.
Hay and Grain constantly ou hands. Give me it call when at Harney.
ORECON1 IDAHO WAREHOUSE CO
Carries a full line of
BACON AND HAMS,
A. L. BYEROFT t CO.
i Varíe i
Iu car lots.
Also. agent for the
4 L ime C o .
Prices Lowest in Eastern Oregon-
The Oregon and Idaho Forwarding Coinpain have ju<t completed a large Mone and
iron fire-proof warehouse at Huntington, und will be prepared to receive consignment«
of freight by the first dav of April
d^The Company is prepared to make liberal a■lvancrs on conaii'nments of wool.
K1LL, Chrimiat» Scientisti,
Office in Stender residence Bonrd, lodglng and
accolti ntoduiiui. b fur pii t le ut« b . j desirlng
Box Tar, Btuun
DENTIST,................ B urns O regon .
Office at residence, In the John Robin boi *
biiiluiiig, anti is prepureti to attenti to the
practice of deut.n.ry in nil ita brandiva
We IDII R Q
Ki DARKEST AFRICA
HARN E Y A DVERT1SEMENT8.
— Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Reed, desire,
through the columns of T he H er
ald , to thank the citizens of Burns
and vicinity, for their sympathy
attention and help, during the ill
Notice to the taxpayers of School
ness of their children.
Distrist No. 1, county of Harney.
State of Oregon.
■■■Lof tbc State of Oregon, for
—Robert Hall, of our county, the
j Harney County.
You are hereby notified that tht
|of the estate of Royal Glenn,
Brown, a hard working census enumerator who turned his
00 NOT CRIPE, ST.KEN OR
tax levied on the 3d day of March.
industrious man whil at work in job over to another man, had his
nthat on the -'7th 'lay of June. the liny field < n the ranch of D. M. trial before Judge Beady, and was
Su»i C um roa Sica Htxtuouf.
ail tronb.ea ansir.g frota
No. 1, county of Harney, State oi
M c F all , T
letter« of Administration McMenamv, was overcome by heal promptly acquitted.
Xadigastian ar Ooaatipation.
Mr. Hall did
L and is now the duly ap-
B uowstoi .1
by Purifying 11»»» Biood.
[aud acting A‘itninhrrn'.?r a few days ago, and partiallv para not consider himself competent to
Ths doaa can ba ut«a1y adj noted to ou t thru', at
. therefore, having c I hiii s
Burns, Oregon, oilice of N. Brown,
an* pill ean novar bo too 1er*.-» a d-ooe. Easy to take
il present the name, duh
Äoo much sugar. 42 gill« put uy ta a rtmng vial
quired, to the nndeisigned
Ich ran b* » arriad la . oat nockrt a Brs»i ( »■»•••
and that the said tax will be
Iwoo* to Tr««slsrs cod Ratta»**» Is*. Be** a»i»»l*» wllk«
j the iHHmond ranch, tn the care of Drs. Ashford <fc Boyd.
it in the hands of one he considered
•>i'r*s«*ol'* Tr«4* Sark. A*14 Bvary w k*ra, fka. a hotUa
e of Oregon or at tne of-
it the office oft
Boapto U mo aa4 Br*ao» book for 2*. le »tu*pa.
JliamB, oneof theattorne1 f
DR. MAWTKR'S IRON TONIC.
town of Harney, said coun
PVRIFIRSlke BLOOD: RKOULATRf thal.IVRRl
ao4 Ktt>NXYBoa4 BEHTORF.S the Ufi«Il ITA'IKD f
six mouths fr.jin the date
. D. Sha1*
. to Piro LTM aol VIO »ROCS STBKMO IH ni Y
C has . N ewell .
Saloon, was opened on the 7th, bv
burns , o
TU DO- NMIíR atOICIU CO. IT. LOUIS. UO.
of July. A. D., 1890.
Henry Long The proprietor asks good people of Burns and vicinity, June 8'90.
: for a share of the public patronage; on the afternoon and evening of tht
jhis saloon is first class in every re 22d, that the new saw mill cf John
spect. his Liquors are of the l>est Styer’s was on a genuine bendsr.
brands, and t>y strict attention to The smoke stack heaved volumes
G tv \M dest ‘B oo K
bttisness, and gentlemanly courtesv of smoke heavenward at a prodig ver creek, six head of horses; one
Henry hopes to receive his share of ious rate, and the unearthly, yells,
groans and screams that issued ed PC on shoulder and hip, also, on
JO on left shoulder; one white
TUa MftMMfiTM TfitlS-
—W. W. Johnson has charge of from the escape pipe and whistle, mare, 10 years old, branded the
the crazy Indian. lie keeps him
have stated. But not eo. It was .lame; two bay mares branded JO
—in the livery barn of William
ar S Cctt’i’*»
•f th»« 4u.blim<
! Jnc. l.in.6 1 ', and his crew, that were on left shoulder; two bay yearlings s ’.vnuturrs a id f.io dioclua ire of id« iinporUnt
Woods—in a box stall. We have
<iis: >ve i-a wul spn >ar forthe first time in th«
Moy in TcT-n
wo ic w.ittea by ntmoelf, entitl d “in Ibutot
Ari a.” Ibnd be deceive I by any •* ths ao-
not yet been informed of the bill of ¡on the •‘Dender,” or rather they shoulder. Any information given, cal
<1 ‘ Rta Av/ bo- k«** D w being off««rd a« "gen-
were trying the now machinery, to
ti<ueMnnd * an.hen ic.” To no one ot them has
fare, probably hay in the morning,
Kianb.-y eonl.»but: d a lln1.
’t h >r :l sno q*4e«fon olxiut thia statement be ns
for bufhiing *a
j oats for dinner, grain hay for sup-
i n eve-y nar.ic. i.tr We guarantee It, and
any one bringing them to me at v rr^A,
y»v -uia»« on appibation.
' per. i.rt Tspersed with an additional and trim for business. The trial my ranch on Beaver creek. Crook v
Dr ToyffilTiloftlM WMd
PMSTinU I® «deg not to 1« in «led. aso
re and Order of Sale.
vAU I lUrl t.uA tie boot bears tbe Im-
of course was satisfactory. Now
f thewe presents that pureu- ■ dish of ice cream.
p hit of
W mh w
Bu cir ui< court uf the aia.s
old folks, young folks and middle county, or any written eommunu-a CHARLES SCRIBNEFV3 SONS
«ey county, made and en-
>*•••• TMtFU Futwa Kb'ita,
Max.ls'ju, iu a suit, wherto-
—The Hardware Store of Cal. aged people, you have heard saw lion giving information of their A nd that tM canraming agent earrie« a eertlfcate
plaiuiiff, and E. D. Weaver,
uf ui;*-ucf front u«.
». WaiUtB and A. R. Chase Geer, is giving general satisfaction.!
; mill men talk of turning off lum- whereabouts, addressed to me, P O
kO and 10 pur
in.eregv thereon from the Mr. Geer endeavors to keep every- j
' her; just, please, cotne to Burns, in Paulina, Crook county, Oregon,
id fur the foreU. Bure of a
122 POST STREET,
me, of Ware tbe .nd dav uf thing in the hardware line wanted
will be liberally rewarded.
a few days, and watch that new
mace bj Babl defendant to
CAN I r.*N- ISCO.
■Signed thereafter to l-'Jnit,— in this country, and has made itn-
oseph D elore .
Ccncrcl Agests for the Paclfle Csast
mill stack up the lumber by the
ut .->«( . j.. Tp -3 ?«. K hi E.
Eottuty, Oregon, and dirrrt- ' mense sales of all kinds of mr.chin-
thousands of feet, especially if tin
isiuig U* satisfy raid decree
M J. O’Conor is agent for Har
' cry. rlo makes it a point to accom
crew and mill are on unother “ben
Goil« Llertiug to humanity—So ney and Grant counties for this cel
will 1 ffer an 1 sell the whole
E »aid NE’4of sc-. k- Tp *b modate bia customers, consequently
*ays an Oregon Pioneer Ninety ebrated bock.
Id ad the right, tkie, inter
the p*;. r.. D. leaver be is doing a thriving business.
had ou (he aaid *.d day uf
Bah tu 1 bu high« st bidder, at
—Tex Silman’s Saloon is still the
Hutmt ant! Iiotfor Sale«
'^xForest Crove. Or., March 19—I
|h<* court hougeu<B»r, ’u the
'tame* county, >ta e of <»re-
imen« iug at 2 u’t.uck, p tu, favorite resort in Burns, and Tex
A good house and lot. situated have AtAcd the Oregon Kidney Tea
keeps up his reputation of one of in the town of Bnrns, can be pur and obtaincil immediate relief. It
of July, 18^1.
A A CO tMG,
the most popular saloon keepers of chased cheap, for cash. House is God’s blessing to humanity. I
of Harney county, Oregon
the age. When in town if you de well built and furnished inside, con tike pleasure in recommending it to
sire n nice cool lemonade at Texs’ taining 4 rooms and one store ! the ulllicted. I am now nearly nine-
it settlement nliove Saloon is the place to get it, or any room. Lot 50x160 feet. Warran ' t v year* old, came to On g,m in 1842
in the world, is in first class drink you wish.
tee deed will Ise given. Apply at in the employ of the Hudson’s Bny
feet, or nearly three
¡Company, and since I began u»ing
—Lee Caldwell, proprietor of the H erald oflice.
I the Oregon kidney tea I enjoy good
Red Front Saloon, gave his wsll nf(
•w •:■*•*. »I i«r’*
water, a general cleaning up this
D avid M i xbof .
went was created in week “that is,” dipped al! the water On the afternoon of July 12, on the
xas, by the suicide from the well together «ith the nuid road leading from Burns to the Fry
I young lady, Annie and frogs, the Utter having settled field, a lady’s red phtsh portamon-
The Az'ee Treasure-House, oy
par of Judge John B. to the t ottom. and he now has fresh naie, containing a gold watch and Th n>. A. Janvier, hn» just been is
nice, dear, pure water, ns well an
ixcite went was intrn- ‘ the 'lent of Liquors, also. Miner::! some Gthcr small articles.
sued in Ixrok form by Messrs Har
i father took the pin- water which i.* very healthy and a
The party finding tbe above men per & Brothers. The volume con-
baud of hie dying •tcli' jonsiy cooling drink.
Don't tioned portetnoimaie. and leaving it j tains several striking illustrations
ikilie<1 Prof. Davis, torg t to call on Lee whe n in the at T he H erald office in Burn*, from drawing' by Frederick Rew
prBtt y array cf
yet been received. ' eottnty-aeat.
. inf ton
¡will be literally rewarded.
—Mesdamcs. C. A. Sweck anti
Cal. Geer, returned on the evening
of the 22d, from their fruit gather
We believe the
ladies went to Canyon City, or in
Also, CiMtom work aud Repairing neatly done.
—We are glad to »re Mr. Isaac
Foster on the street this morning.
We understand tliat lie has been
stopping at or near Willow ereek
Nevada, for gome time.
—It is a lamentable fact tbe In
dian got away;
It is a lamented fact, the Indian
is now a stray;
It is a lamented fact, the Indian
thought it would no longer pay.
To live in a box stall and munch
I have in my hands all unsettled
Bill Wood’s hay.
bills, notes and accounts due Geo.
—Mrs. Thos. Dodmvn had a rnn- 1
McGowan in this county, and am
his authorized agent to collect and away last Sunday, while out driving
in a one horse cart, having with her
receipt forthe same. Persons know, the baby and Pcarlie Fry. The
ing themselves indebted to him horse became frightened, ran away,
will please settle immediately and upsetting the cart, resulting in
save cost, for if not paid in one some slight bruises to the occupants
month from this date July 9th, all but not serious.
unpaid bills, notes and accounts
The Indian Government school
will be put into the hands of an
at Haskell, Kan., recently turned
officer for collection.
out nine Indian graduates. The
J ohn E. M artin .
salutatory was delivered by Frank
Eagle, a Ponca.
tho very beat
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash.
—Mr. and Mrs. Cal. Geer and
daughters Ida and Mary, itirted
this morning for Matolas. They
expect to be absent about three
—Dr. H. M. Horton and family
start to-morrow for Steen mountain,
on a hunting and fishing trip for
two or three weeks.
AU orders have our prompt attention.
Portland Boot and Shoe Store
—Our fall races are going to be
lively, and we are certain to have
a big crowd, and many fast hones.
—Bill Woods gobbled on to the
Indians new clothes, then shied him
through the window for parts re
mote from Burns.
J- W. ASHFORD,
Ashford A Boyd,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
B urns ..................................... O regon ’
Office in W. E. Grace's Drugstore
Stoddart and Co.,
Pension o nd(jlaim
615 7th. St.. Washington, D. C.
Opposite U. S. Patent Office.
All person having Claims for
Pension Increase of Pension, ot of
any nature whatever against the
I Gouernment, should write to us for
information. Proposed new lawn
affecting. Soldiers rights fully ex
plained. Advice free.
NO FEE UNLESS CLAIM IS AL
THE CRY OF MILLL.^Sl
•TOP IT NOW,
SOON IT WIIL BC TOO LATC.
I have been troubled many years with
dtseaac <;f lltz kidney« ami have tried
many different lemedies and have
•ought aid from different physicians
w ilhuut relief At»mt the 15th of April
1 »at «ufferintr from a very violent
attack that ahnoBt prostrated me is
Mien a manner 1 .at 1 was bent over.
When I «at down it was almost impoMiUe for in«
t> get up alone, or to put on my clothes, when
kin i Provid’ nee »ent Dr. Henley, with the
«REGO.M KIDNEY TEA, to my
I immedaitely coutmettced
uaing the tea.
It had an almost
mi aculou« eflect, ami to tlie aiton- j
ishment of mil tbe gurMB at the hotel, i
in a few days.I ain bappy to mate, £
that I wm a new man.
i I win
tecum mend the t« tu all ufnoL-tcdl I
as 1 Ju*vc been.
c. a . TrrPKR,
Proprietor Occidental Hotel,
bsnta R om . Cal.
The Road to Health
C»M< »« UOHWllUl VSMl»* »IlS-
I MltX. I* r»«* M»'t» «
MWI«1 ,o,i.lo* I* ll'*rMulm <k*l*M
»•oc«-.li«n «-* r»M»ti**U *11 th* (**•
ulti»» tir* ritur* f.*, rHow*4 •» «Uh.
Th,i» co*'!Uon*e*nn*l«il.l unl.Mlh*
»helc*l »«Inj U I* putut wrkl*»
or'tr. ul thll I* I o»**»l»l» »Ma Ih*
Ite r in* i»l<'**r» t*rpM. Cnn.iMtracte
In, Ih» Mcritsr». cxulln, InllH«!.*
•r* i'll»*» l'n. vIU» «Il *1 lh»lr *c»**'
English Dandelion Tonic
•i»rt» ft tpKl»e ln»M*c* *»ur Ih* Itew,
•id!»» It I» hMlth, ictlftn. nt.lw* It*
,hr«r.:e in^*r,Micn:(. ar* rmtn U m
,Krr‘ on. ; *-?r*« l’-*l^ci>cn ar* rnn,IS
ftilicn. itarrcn, th* «PHUI», ton«, ■»
th, ,n:l • .-r.tnm, •■* ■*»•• III* wnrth