|Paper||Corinne Daily Journal|
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|Paper||Corinne Daily Journal|
n, ' ri Uu ' t rooki t - ,it Mmith, ?10 OOlThrw Month, & 00 jOimi, .Month, - - :j f0 1 2- - CORINNE, ' ' ' end Montana, t Mrs. H. K. PAINTER, H. D. OJlirc Hour from O to 153 A. 31, OFFICE AT It. It. DEPOT. mm. OAJ FITCH FRESH VEGETABLES, - AVi .'Of, ?, Comer 4th and Montana Street, , "I - MANX, H- - COIUNNE, 8-' i f -'C J-- AND GENTS t UTAH t 5 R inyTtf W: ' w;- HULL, Bricklayer and Plasterer, V 'I1 CORINNE, TO FUUX- - f any quantity I - fr MONTANA ST., myltf cf $ i I ' i: i:i;. hTucn'il to any deeired place on the lno.t n'fMHi lulde term. mytSdtf " " Miit 7'Uetl and Ternn Jieaxnnalde. - . t 1 i i Z. Jot Jte 1 House and Sign Painterj Fi-ltl- Etc. w hand.. 4 4 CORINNE, Modern Luxury -- ' 4 Solicitor in Chancery. UTAH. : Ji'urantt!. Repairing Nyatly .Ran. 'Vl H, A. GUNN. " . . , n. SILVER STAR HOTEL! - MONTANA STREET, CORINNE. . OlSee. Opposite Post n BOARD and LODGING per week, BOARD cr week,, SINGLE MEALS.) LODGING. - -- .... - - , oHutrmxns - aiy2-dt- Hardenbrook Bro.s cukighton LUVORTIl - MUNRO, L0UT1I AN, - - - CoRim' - Kfltox my2-df- W-- HAWKIXS. HAVUiriS ' '' - & - - Cv CAHTnELL, MACHINE WORKS, Nr ' 210 & 212 Beale Street, SAN FRANCISCO. Howard, 7 MANUFACTURERS OF 4 ' ' tcam Engines, ' ' KIND8 AND ALL -' OF and. Mining Machinery. d fifpairiiig dmt h W with Dispatch. my2tt Store te, n t v- . I - - - mjltf Oriental Povder Co. (Successors to lYilsou Si Morton,) - T S f . - CORINNE, , - - - - fffSajterior StrenyiAstHtl CleaMlinesa. AMERICAN METALLIC Ar.ir.iuniTion First National Bank of Utah CouiKe the Firm. C01X A XD K.YCIIAXCE DUST, GOLD Bought and Sold. unit receive proir.pt attention. Odlections ' f Occidental Restaurant, H. F. FULLER, inyidtf vnvV' , r .1 Montana St., Corinne, Rear of Knneya llillianl lalace. Meals foam Board by the MEAL8 33ct. to Week One Dollar. fiom $5.00 to $8.00. H.OURS! A)T AjL;L mABLES SUTPLIED IV IT II ALL THE ries of the market. town. The U-- t LUXU-- A iuy(5-d(ii- , HEW YORK. Restaurant in BANK OF CORINNE, CORINNE, UTAH. D. CASS, President, 7. T. FIELD, Cashier. BUY AND SELL and ICzchange. SIGHT DRAFTS DRAWN ON, New York, Chicago, , 10 O- i , . ; t , c , . , - to-da- y . : 5 ; seper-ated.'an- -- - - . F 1 , & ' n pIBBS Si .FAMILY The Champion of UK) first premiums In two , season. seam j Its stronger and leas liable to rip than the IsM-- Stitch. Judges' Reart of the Trial. Send (or tin Report und sample of workcon- tainin iMitli kind of stitches on the same pied? of rood. AGENTSWANTKD. COKNEI.L, WARD ' t A. PRIOR. & PRIOR, ESTABLISHED 1855. No. 03 Wnbaah Avenue, Chicago. - v- Limes, Nuts, And the. I'rittcipasl CUiea JEmat and. West. . t r . i , PERSONAL AND PROMPT ATTENTION jujfdtf piy2d:Jxn 1 i, v J 1 1 , es . if ; - OSCEOLA SALOON ' ' i 'AND' ' CLUB ROOMS, - MONTANA ST., CORINNE, next door to the HEraorouvAX hotel. i - f Francbtco, 1 i r.-j- - , ' s'i Prop. 4 tii Champagne Cocktails a Speciality. X - -!- . JteGIVE USA CALL.- -' KANADY & THOMAS, ; h. s t , 4 i- and Cigara, Wintw, Liquora j j Cala. direct from San L Praa t -i i R BAR IS ALWAYS STOCKED WITH THX i Chokct hraml of iay2d:lm , ! . J. C. Tinu . r - f 1 , COLLECTIONS VVJLL RECEIVE , , MAGAZINES, Newspapers & Periodicals. r (7 , , Alteaym an hand the latent I Sat-nrdn- y, - UTAH Book and Stationery Store. U , - 1 and all other . TEOPICAL PRODU CTIOH 8, 5 , . - San Fra nciuco, ' , , Wholesale and Retail Dealer In APPLES, PEACHES, ORANGES and LEMONS, ' , post-offic- O. H. ELLIOTT, , - - ! my.Vihim' N. Kvnapv, - i The Celebrated Sam Brown Shirt Made a Specialty. . , . ) i ... te - , - , CORINNE, f Y , J , Manufacturera,of Fine Furnishing Goods ; 1 t t 1 IMPORTERS AND 1855. ! 1 . --I- VV. , ' COMINGS, 133 Lake St., Chicago. y m-- A ed s ) SEWING MACHINE. 0en for orders of any kind thy or night. my!3tf : to-da- y. 1 1 G a Hirer, A ml variou other hruml of the Choicest Cigar - - Proprietor, conpAriY, A T7. TAYLOIt, Agent. OFFICE. SECOND DOOR WEST OF r. O. . .GQOP,my2d:im '1 ; The Stockholders of the ( ? BLASTING POWDER i . , . ' UTAH. i AND r. i. t 1 ( RS. BROWN Government V ouchers, Coin, Gold Dust, SPORTING, MINING. 1 ! ns feVM. BROVIN. ( - - , Defiance, The Alan, , rLi. 7alstaff, T7ul rerttal Standard, . SueeetuiJ Prwrer of l?dh Inn,' Diy Thtny, The Golden Jlayle r I ell ran, Gatnr Itoontcr, Fry a I Tender, Tnpitex, The jMnt Star,' " - my2d4 . - , . i 4 f Cbarsit, Reasonable Terms. u KUSSEY, DAHLER & CO., r TtAXCIITW JtY WRIGHT'S night herd, stock taken 0. these Stable, to Ranch, on Day and f T. ft. CAXTRELU 0. ALLEN. FROM UTAH TERRITORY eliall be filled at lower rati than mv.udr.m any other rate. ?7 uu w 50 SATISEA CTION GUARANTEED, . LEWIS SILVER, Propr. f ud Sixth CAL. Corner Front Kti A- - FRANCISCO, K. 34 & 36 Randolph St., Chicago, S'J O - i - -- t , UILCOX GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS. LIVERY, FEED A SALE STABLE - AND (qQREAL- Commisisioik HcAcliont, Best Accommodation for Freighters Corner Battery and Washington Sts., and Travelers. N - i- AND WHOLESALE . ISAAC. D. 1IUNT00N, S-'- C. COKTKt.1.. . ' -- Corlnnc. (Opposite Metropolitan Hotel) MADE TO ORDER . IN T11E (1F.NTS ROOTS moot approved etvlea and ''.v2-ddi- o- s :nv2-dt- , HOOT AND JSIIOIC ILLINOIS. - DAY, ALLEN & CO., JAMES CHAPLOW, Proprietor. niy2-hl- Attorney & Counselor at Lazo MANUFACTORY. - Montana Street, - (iny-ViKii- WM. T. ALLEN. UTAH. GROCERIES and LIQUORS. E. P. JOHNSON, : Dejiof, (Jood Clean Beds. Dealer In r CORINNE, TAt. s mv2-dt- North Front Street, Close invTtf -- t ", (Corner of lYulia.sh Avenue.) ' Kept on the Restaurant Style.' ith neatnes and dijati-h(r- di-left lit the hop, corner of Fnuit and etreet, will receive proiup) attention. i C. ' . HOUSE, B A N K E to MASONIC II. II. SllKPHKUD, 1 I. ... .... myy'.itf "ITTORK done - CHICAGO, . . , i y to-da- yl , Gents Furnishing Goods, SON, All orders promptly attended to. y. ' fIntern frotn Abroad 1nnn ptly Stf- - The highest Prices paid for hit stock. tendttl to. f Glazier, I ! , . AND t co t Indianafolis, May 16 In thi Supposed to of Milligan vs Haney, late V. 0. ttiiK . ter to for $103,609' damages for Cmcifto, May 1 (). Mrs. Liucolu and falite Pari, ' imprisonment, came up in the Dis-- ! son will arrive 1 trict- Court The argument cf New York,1 May lp. Authentic in" formation received here leads io the be- plaintiffs demarrer to defendant's plea of 'the ' ' lief that Sumner, LoganSchurz, Trum- in abatement to bull and Casserleyi will oppoae't lie treaty, Court, occupied the forenoon. The da but their oppositioii will not prevail. fense claim that a Federal Court has co The opposition are anxious to ratify, the jurisdiction, and that only Btate Courts more so as it is hot believed that Glad- can try the case. Judge Drummond will stone can gei the consent! of Parliament render a decision on the' question oT to the, treaty, which qri jlftbam a claims jurisdiction is considei-eA UOMAHCE in IIZSAL a humiliation ftw Great 23 ' w A Britain, after having been humiUatel by Ckild Found after Twelve I 'AT Prussia in the London Conference during We learned a few daysi since, of the i the siege of Paris. arrival .in Johnson oountv,of a gsatle- Gladstone will diesitate to lay before man accompanied by his daughter, a (. ' Parliament a treaty in' which regret is girl of twelve years; whoso domestic his- is a perfect romance. Living in a ' expressed for the escape of the Alabama. tory town in Illinois, in happy relations quiet ,j( London, May! 1 6. --Latest dispatched with bis wife, and finding, no outlet for from Paris state that the Commune re- his industry in that place, he resolved , port the Yorsaillists As being repulsed at before the birth of his child, to try his v fortune in' the far West. Joining a V !' A ,t. Konilly. .i I three.' or four others, who The Govermheht troops entered Paris company iuduced were' by the .flattering reports of through) the bioaches at Dante; Maillot, the brilliant xnintnng prospects of Colo-- , and at Antiel. The entry of troops' At rado, to, visit that, distant Territory, he jeft his wife in charge' of a faithful old Baud dii' Jotfir is 'imminent. lady, and departed on his adventurous A, dispatch from St. Denis says His experience was a varied n tho divisions - in the Commune will be journey. one. Disoppouited in their expectations ,, terminated by the dissolution! of the of a rapid fortune among the gold, speculators of Colorado, the company d i Central Committee. " ur wan Jobdsou man county The Times says that Generals Clusa-re- t sb-r- e. the Ou.raachPacific, deredpn ! ' and1 Megy ha Ye- been released. ing California be, was taken with fever ; Thcre is to bef an armistice Wednes- ii Grass Valley, and ,was attended day! to enrible ' tlm inhaUtantS of Vau through a dangerous sickness by a large-heartScotchman, keeper of. the only yres and neighborhood to move.' hotel in that place, and placed .him on .. The r circular of GKmsiel invites the his feet again. An attachment spring-- -, Province fo join the Commune! ' ' ing up between the two, the Illinoisian in as partner iu the bnsiness, i;Thc Germans are couecniratiug to- was taken as and place yrasv. iriut frequented ; i ward PaVis. the of? the surWunding dis- - , miners by S The! western and southwestern part Of trict, and lay in the way of considerable J Paris is uniuliabitable, owing to the travel, ' the pair of Bonifaces drove a and the fickle godess, . great loss oU property' and life.'. One thriving business! to fiivor hor votary j seemed battalion has refused to march outside. Fortune, with beniguant smiles. But during . , .Chicago, '5 May 10. Accounts from these prosperous days his miud was oq the Central arid a portion of the North- the rack at receiving no intelligence1' '' ' ern part of Illinois, report an unprece- from home. t His ardent letters to his dented drought for this season of the absent, wife, sent with uuflagging fidelity, brought him) no. tidings, and numerous, , year. Vegetation is suffering badly! messages dispatched to his former neighi bors passed equally unregarded. After ' At a picnic at' Palmyra, Mo., on two vears spent in this suspense, a party of roughs put a quantity he determined to return r, home; of tartal: eriietie in the spring from which and learn the worst. On reaching , tliose attending the picnic used water. the village he had left fou r y ears before ' Nine persons Were seriously ' poisoned. with bright anticipations of a happy re-1 union, his worst. fears were eofiUnaed? Five are not expected to recover, He now learned that a, few months v!t? Salt Lake May 1 WeTls Fargo and his departure for the West, his wifeafter, had ,r Co. have just shipjied nearly twenty-fiv- e given birth to a daughter, atid had died thousand dollars worth of bnllion, re- - shortly after her' delivery. The old lady eeived from the Meadow Valley Com- whom he left wkh her, after' seeing herd' remains i decently buried, bad left the .. ' pany. with thf infant, and no one knew Five thousarid seven hundred gallons ler whereabouts. ' Hoping to gain some of water are delivered daily, by compa- tidings of his lost daughter, the bereaved ' ' again settled down in the village, nies and individuals, iu Pioeh at five parent and engaging in bust ness? spent eight-..cents per gallon, costing there bn an aveyears there, but his inquiries, prosecuted , , :five dol- m all directions, failed to elicit rage two hundred and eighty auy infor' ' ul mation in regard to the old ladys abode,1 ' lars dailv. , ' The following new have or whether hm child won living or dead. At length, abandoning aH inquiry as been established by the Post Master hopeless, he resolved last tall to come to General; Beat River City, Boxelder Kansas,, and hastily settling up his af-- : County ; Hebron, Washington Cotiuty j fairs, started a few weeks ago for Kansas here the romance of the story Richtiold,. Sevier - County ; i Clarkston, City. And which is vouched for to our cotnes in, Cache Valiev; Clover Valley and Fort reporter os truth.; While on his. way to . : Hamblin. l Chicago, he was struck with the appearVico President Dillon and General ance of n young girl standing on the of thfe station at a small town Supt. Sickles are expected here in a few platform that city, whose form and features near days, to confer with the leading mining so strongly remiuded him of his lost wife that he was induced to leave the train at. capitalists on the freight question. It apjears that the advance rates made that place and question her! ' Her ana- - " wers satisfied him that she was his daughby the U. P. It. R., was in pursuance of and accompanying the child bocV ' i a contract between them, and the C. P, ter, he found her .living with the same old ' R. It. r person who had nursed his wife in her t 1 last sickuess, and who had brought .her , nestatistics' all Important embracing up as her daughter. The woman maul- cessary facts in relation to the amoypi of fested no desire to retain' custody the J ore and bullion requiring shipment, with and tbe child, rh the proportion that w'onki be debarred her under, his oveijored father, taking paternal care, pursued hu by the present advanced rates arc being journey to Kansas City. Thence he ' as above"' ! to' Johnson prepared. ' a . proceeded where he county purchased land, Improvements are progressing rapidly meafidned, aud where andoubtedly, nis yofang charge ;;r in Pioche. Money is plenty And (the wilt , grow up like Rosalie, the mines are yielding abundantly. From Flower. , . ,r . ; . vj i t. .t A' v. the Assessors' rctiiriis the 'Elv District ; An ingenious enthsmati of I cxhville proves to stand aecond ody ta Virgioia has invented ait artificial hoiEsy-eorsno City, a3 a bullion producing' section. A We hail thU iiiycntjoo with the ) ; Gen: Roseemnz and wife ate. staving ratisfectiyn, having Jong foU that the , ' dinanr fiOaeeomb is wholly unfit uf for Imre a few days.? J m ''dtlAfi' the purpose1 for wfrieb ft was IhteoScd? A number of vkitorsarrirc daily. - "D A y large Perkins and Whitriey ' have; scctired ' la; ksifcaa good thing by loating.a claim pf !a KB;btd, f ... .C J L.ii. Iiwl. atraetir' . I 4 i . Fu mil its always on . A LCKe. - -- CO., ,i ; G I:S i B. U. W. 1 ; WholeaIe and Retail - , R. 8MITII. 1r 1 d 4 mv2-H- & - . . UTAH. niyUddui Choice .Ycui h. i. vrt'' y w. - , ( ' WHOLESALE BUTCH RS. by Paper-hange- r, ' INKS AND CIGARS AT THE BAR, Av Ciduntdo St., nejir Steamboat IuidiiiK, . - AY R. DUTINr r, 3I.LIOUSK. J. W. MoNUTT j JOBBERS OF Defiance 'Cigar aioOTiEaiixTGH Ho. 174 Water St. 1 0 lur-chie- , , t , iny2-d(5n- Cumin. BEEF, PORK, and MUTTON sold ORDERS by the Carcass, Side or Quarter. tr'Thf t. .'". i , ' Nos. 34 and 36 Lake Street, v Corner otli and Montana Street, uivmi ic ib, Heat lu tire Market. liven! Every Day in Qnnntltie ... . - PHILIP WADSWORTH & Co. m i. l. ptowkll. i CORINNE, country, the bent quality ot : . CORINNE. ,.M , PIlILIl WAMWORTH. UTAH. Jilxttmets n- 1. WINSCHKLL TJIK CITIZENS OF THIS. PLACE - i. A a i: n PAINTS, , i In $ AND ALE. BEER Ordent front a Promptly FOURTH ST., CORINNE, lH J e CITY BREWERY. AYhoIesule and Retail dealer in ) Montana .biieweiVy; OIFKRS r...t I e and- .Retail dealer , TO I ny2-d:ii- n m. :. ovvpiirLL. IILLIL,Vrtl3 3IATERIAL B wee UTAH. niy2-d.A- BILLIARD HALL, 3 - CORINNE, GENERAL DEALER IN " ! DRYGOODS, , . CORINNE, f ' 14 OILS, f t. PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, i. .i, Etc. , Etc., , 'Etc. South side of Montana Street, near oth, i '' int. - to-da- n t IX'alers lu DRUGS, i $ LIQUORS, CIGARS, ;H i ' Etc. ToImcco, Etc., ; i ' r i l i Fourth Street , ' near Montand, s C. KUNKY, .T. - J 1 D R IJ ..LERVES; r i GROCERIES i n thi-ni- ,J , 1 AYholexulu This di-jH- I 7 Vt . UTAH GRANITK nt ?.'.' n ,.n tli ur ut tlu ,r uTtir to mtv ImiMiii;; material in ImiToveuient-- i uy j. ' ttv2-dt- f i . ite 5 v $ ' GROCERIES Et.- - A L Eland RETAIL WHOLES ' m M M (r f--i 18 ' ruts or '' ' HURDBUT BROS., ' 4 . , VttiufLLEs, May16. TStlfiiS5a- ado of tlie cheiente of - The appointed a Assembly'' tximmittee to examine and report on the treaty of peace negotiated at Franhtt. It is generally expected th&t the ccs siou of Fre n ch territory provided for in ' the treaty, will be severely criddssd ih ' - t i'' " :tbAjemiii-:-- ' 1 , 'Etc:; Etc., VyilOLKSALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN , . (f two-yea- . - ' L. DEMERS. t j - : EGGS, CORNED BEEF, VEGETABLES, w All Oteratiotut Warranted, fa AS .v i ( hall Hbo.sc lh3 njorimig. PORK, have died of, apoplexy! .BACON,. BEEF, . i i : i Milwaukee, May 16. - J. HETWtOIT; Kropr. Keep constantly on lolnd the choicest !t ; MUTTON,1 f ey . , '?! , , - D, f ' of ccra- line, it will be a valuable article ; i (1 i Aii4 tAi merce in this valley, as large qcssCck K are- needed for fluxing' and ether pur . l t ir ii ro mtconxni Murjecuuu i)f, , ; poses. . axp r.vciric towm. u . . i i '' - , .v A- inv2-dt- c 5. I ! UTAH. , c C. P. 3IARKKT. - - llue. - &1 3 fhJTDNS: 11UIL.IING . , U J :rnilENRY Mil f lRKlAKKD 1. W1NSC1IELL $rh -l myintf . pi itibrnioND, e 1 f -- - no. is: I . , f my2-lt- f I - , . nr ran atl-vnti- . . . " hut R(k1 AV orkmrn Employed. , - epoutkd arcctALLT (X)RINNE, BOOTS and SHOES, i G ; o. FLOUR . LIQUORS, DEAUiRS I?( DEALER IX 4i,;l v GROCERIES KIRKEXD ALLS BLOCK,', PUUK DRUGS AND CHEMICALS; provisions; California Canned Fralts, Corner North Front :ml Sixth Streets, Fninf , Grain and Vegetables. Oil, 'Vr lirninheH, ' . ' Vindow Glasa, . . . L UTAH. CORINNE, S ECO ND II A Nl) GOODS FIXE Toh.ET ARTICLES, . Bought and Sold, - None . v . TELEGRAPHIC! --o- . UTAH. myi MONTANA STREET, n CORINNE, Three dwiM went of Pont Ofllee. CORINNE - niy2-ili- OF , CORINNE. HANK a - ? i f i 1 OPPlClfi, v m ' t All the best inalltles of llevcnnc. WINES, LIQUORS' and CIGARS. . ' 4 t t- 'A' . 7t r A old . . . . . CONSISTING . son of Lorenzo Richard, was burned tp School Boohs, Cutlery, Dry Goods, etc.: death hear Augusta last week. The i Second, Hand 4Smls'Mowght and Suld. childs clothing caught' fire from a burn- jjx, ts. t iWy2rRi ,h i L ing marsh.' ' i V Daniel on Condee, Kirken-lal- l express messenger North Side of the Track. lUoek, DENTISTRY. Dr. H. HADLEY, ? t ' 4 t 'vs goods Artificial teeth inserted on Uokl, Silver or V , s - 18-1871- , . Surgical and Mechanical Dentistry. 5 i ,. MONTANA STREET,- - Sl 1 - . , CLOTHING. Y 0. J. HOLLISTER, IntcrnaL' . ... and .Fischbacha ii ' i t:.Sjr(IT i MONTANA' STREET, . A L 0 .0 XT , " - ' .. (Nearly . opposite . tlm . Ptwt Office) . . .CORINNE. MONTANA STREET, , Heil u Gool Aeeonnmdatlom for Frcightera SAUSAGE, I.1 and Immigrant. LARD, BU.TTER, ' ' ni . my2-d:- - , Corinne. , - - ; 3HHIHU0 f e . ' i hand. Eon COMMODIOUS CORRAL .r. U SILKS AND SATINS, 4 J?v Auction Prices ! P. J. FAKAVELL, gf f iiw ott Offers toofthe citirrss iu hi, line. iV ; at AUCTION.; orprices a ': GEORGE IIAXFYProjKV . CORINNE. ' , , . my.'Mtf Collector OF ' , LADIES ATTORNEY AT LAW, i- - s , " . , 'Ji ; GEORGE BOND, TI1K ONLY J DENNIS J. TOOK?; RKl'ORTKU OFFICE, - iny2-d.l- i niylT-t- f ' NUTS, i i U J. n. tvguciix, Quaker City Stables(Opjvjuit Metropolitan Hotel) Practice 1 : Scourer & Repairer A 'ITORNEY AT L AA V, SALT LAKE CITY," UTAH. ' AND I 'CONFECTIONERY, . m in.v7-d.l- Tims , CORINNE, FULL ASSORTMENT OF A eitu S AND CIGARS Kcjit constantly Corlnnei Constantly on hand at HE1TRT DEHHALTERS. - Cor. 411i Liai'ORS m tny2-dl- ; BREAD, PIES AND CAKES, And a Oood Stock of . . UTAH. . . . FRESH FRUIT IN -- SEASON. ' J. W. GRAHAM, M. D. OFFICE, " ' ding, . . A - BAKERY, i luid. Notion' of all kind. Ofiice Ball ot ' 'UNION i , Cutlery . fir ini lap Malt or .Hrjwas, Hostage to ho 1afd at Office of Detlrerf. j ( bv KENYON & MEltrilClC, J,ubllsheri nWd PropN. .1 -- , -- . i t. II0fT, .. . i i ,f UTAH CORINNE, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY ' i ', '.? tt - , STATIONKRT, STEWS, WALL ! PAPER , 1 Year. (.. . f t ; L published' Every Morning, (except BOOKS, r Monday,) u n On f GEORGE CORINNE ' ? 2 .JAttHUfilTMd - ,71 vAr f 1. K f,lf ? rf, VQL. I. sniitiu V il. .tiihjil. . .r-ir;, nvrm OIH1AH83 J3T ! 'sf efU V'"