r i 4 1 Thursday Homing, June 8, 1871. IT BUSINESS. politicians of Utah, if that is whaf they call themselves, may take a hint from the explanation said to have been made in New York by the President respecting the appointment of Brighams son Willard to Mest Point. Mr. Grant said he had had nothing to do with it ; that it was made by Delegate Hooperrand that if he could he would have prevented it. He showed his opinion of polygamists in making the appointments for Utah soon after his inauguration. But there are some things, a good many in fact, that he cannot control. Gentlemen who have gone to Washington on political errands, or on business requiring political influence, have found that they could do little outside of the Delegate from the Territory. A Representative in Congress or a Delegate from a Territory has certain well understood prerogatives, and no one need hope or expect to equal him within his own province, in influence with Congress or the Departments. It is about as much so with the Mormon as with any Delegate. He is not a polygamist himself, he has been in three or four Congresses, knows everybody, is of suave and gentle manners and address in fine, he ha3 nearly as much influence in Washington as any of the TerYet he is not of ritorial Delegates. much use to the Gentiles of Utah, not any, so far as heard from. lie is merely a Mormon Elder kept in Washington during the sessions of Congress on a mission. The gentiles and Liberals need not hoperto compete with the Latter-Day- s in Washington until they shall be able to elect the Delegate. So it may be seen that there is something besides free government and good mor- o als, something besides principles, to contend for in Utah there is power, with all its advantages. Politics in Utah is not altogether a matter of sentiment, then it is business, and consequently worth the trouble of attending to. The-Liber- al tsino PUBLIC TIMBER. A short time since the Register and Receiver of the Land Office at Salt Lake united in a published notice to all cutters of wood on the public lands, warning them that they were trespassers and would be treated as such should they not desist. The Salt Lake Tribune of the 6th complains editorially that the wood of Bingham Canyon is all being cut and made into charcoal, and it terms it robbery, which perhaps it is, legally. If the rights of the Government in this matter are to be rigidly enforced in Utah, we Rifnk it will be the first time in the history of the Rocky Mountain States and Territories that it will have been We do not believe, in a word, done. that it can be done. The people of the Territories have cleared off the wood from thousands of acres of Uncle Sams land, and not one of them was ever punished for it. How could they be ? Up to 18GG they were equally trespassers on the mining lands of the Govern11 ior to that date there was no ment. they could get title to way in whk-mineral lan Is" at all. Yet their right to mine was in a sense acknowledged by the failure of Congress to prevent it, and in the law providing for the securing of Government title, it was unequivocally acknowledged and confirmed. We believe the same principle should obtain in reference to the Rocky Mountain woo Hands. The mines could not be wrought without the use of their burthen for fuel and timber., They are generally very inaccessible,- - the timber is thin and scrawny, practically worth less by itself. That is to say, there is little inducement for men to use their rights on these wood lands. A man could do nothing with them after the Upps were cut off, and as a general thing this would not take a long time. t .If they are to be required to the land in order to get the timber, it nniit at least be surveyed, and they should have the privilege of G 10 instead of 1G0 acres each. In Colorado, if we remember well, the mines had been wrought at least eight years before the surveys were extended over the mineral and wood lands. There were occasional attempts to assert the rights of the Government against the wood choppers there, but they never frmoimted to anything, unless in cases, w here timber was being wasted. It was impracticable in the nature of things. There was no- way provide- d- for those needing the timber to purchase it. Is there in Utah, even now, twenty years after the organization of the Territory? And must the miners therefore do without wood for fuel and timber, or b and fin.il for using it? Of course the grants of the State of Deseret or of the Terri torv to this or that high priest of great scopes of wood land amount to nothing. We know it is claimed that this wa3 the only means of procuring the making of roads into the canyons, and that- - those to whom such grants have been made have instances spent a great deal of money in building such roads. Now let the Legislature revoke these grants, which it had no right to make, and give the men who Rave made the roads the privilege of taking toll, as is done in other Territories, and all will be well. And if the Government really means business in the matter let it cause these lands to be surveyed at once and provide that a man may enough of them to m ike it an object to use his or homestead right on them. h pre-emptio- n pre-emp- - -- epros-ecute- d -- in-ma- ny pre-em- pre-emptio- pt n ..ii.ii I..... DOUGLAS. A Salt Lake correspondent writes to the Mormon paper in Omaha, that Douglas has caved in and left us. What white man wouldnt leave that Asiatic city if he could? Rut if M. will keep his ears open and his eyes peeled he will see and hear more of Douglas yet. His entry of a homestead at Corinue, passed for patenting by Commissioner Wilson, has been ordered canceled by Wilson's successor, Mr. Drummond, but liow can this wheel-aboin the policy of the Interior Department be laid to him ? Whoever says that Douglas was at fault in a subdivision of public land which the General and Local Land Offices held at the time to be subject to such entry, or that any questionable affidavits were made or were needed in doing so, only airs his own ignorance. Nor is 11 Dougin a peck of trouble about it. las thif worlds goods, Though not rich-ihe is living in his own house, this carand can pet bagger is, probably better afford to suffer by the action of a Government Bureau than many others between Omaha and Sacramento who find themselves in the same boat. M. need not fear his return to Salt Lake, either. He is making two dollars in Corinne where he ever made one in Salt Lake, and is not annoyed by contact with the lunacy which prevails in Salt Lake, and which seems to be of a ut en-teri- ug n eon-tngio- type. us 5 a TERRITORIAL HEWS. From the Tribune , June 7th; The steam battery quartz mill of Bro-vor-t, Farnham & Co., will, on the authority of the Tribune , be running in a fortnight. The mill has a capacity of Cbas. Thompson, who 20 tons a day. was wounded on the 30th ult., in East Canyon, by John Sheehan, is said to be recovering. W. II. Howland and M. Harlew, Recorder for.the Mt. Nebo Mining District, called on us yesterday afternoon, aud reported everything moving finely in that neighborhood. Numbers of ledges are opening up finely. The proximity of the mines to the vast coal beds of San Pete, will probably make the District the largest for smelting operations in the Territory. A smelter is about to be erected by an English Company at lower Salt Creek Canyon, about five miles from the mines. From the Herald : Brother Sloan has ret a rued from his The Western Union trip to California has commenced the Telegraph Company extension of their line front Stockton to llon.S. T. Opliir City, East Canyon. the one of of Justices of Iowa, Miller, the Supreme Court of the United States, and lady, who are en route to CaliforThe track laving nia is in Salt Lake. y Southern was comthe railroad Utah yn menced on Tuesday afternoon, Brigham Young driving the first spike. FROM ALL SECTIONS. In 532 out of 3,593 marriages cele- brated in Boston last year, the brides The were older than the grooms. womansrights movement lias penetrat- ed to Turkey, and its organ, the Eury-dice- , a weekly paper, has made its apMr. Noah Brooks, one of pearance. the best newspaper men of San Francisco, the leading editor of the Alta California, and at one time Mr. Lincoln's Private Secretary, is coming East to We work on the New York Tribune. are informed by a correspondent at Box Elder that new discoveries of mines are being made daily in that county, and work is being prosecuted on those alThe- census re ready discovered. cently taken of the city of London shows its population to be three and a quarter millions. This has never been excelled even by Rome in its palmiest days, and it at once places that great metropolis in the position of the first city of the world. The Wyoming Stock and Wool Growers society was organized on Tuesday, May 30. Its object is the pro1 motion of the growth of stock and wool in the Territory of Wyoming. The folPresident, lowing are the officers: Gov. J. A. Campbell ; Vice President, Albany county, T. Aisop: Vice President, Laramie, J. W. lliff; Vice President, Carbon, E. Hunt; Vice President, Sweetwater, S. J. Field ; Vice President, Uintah, IV'. A. Carter; Treasurer, L. Fillmore; Secretary, II. Latham. - We see by the Salt Lake Tribune that Zion is again in trouble. It seems that it has an old ordinance prohibiting wagons from standing in business localities in the city more than thirty minutes. A certain drayman, waiting for a job, violated this ordinance, upon which he was arrested and fined $10. lie employed counsel who applied to the District Court for a writ of certiorari. The application was granted by Judge McKean, and Judge Clinton directed to certify his proceedings in the case up to the District Court for review. The people of Salt Lake City, Justice Clinton and Andrew Burt, Captain of Police, were meanITEM. while enjoined from collecting said fine or otherwise interfering with said drav-y Emperor William has decided the San Juan question in favor of the United mairin his legitimate business. -- The Versailles States. Assembly has Tub annual meeting of the stockhold- voted 1,053,009 francs for the purpose ers of the Utah Central Railroad was house the of We Thiers. of rebuiling held this morning at the office of the President of the Board. The following are informed, says the Salt Lake Kerrs, gentlemen were elected directors of the that a general order has lately been isroad : Brigham Young, Win. Jennings, sued from the War Department that no Joseph A. Young, Eerarnorz Little and citizen prisoner shall be kept at any of Christopher Layton. Alter transacting some other business the meeting ad- - the military posts of the United States. In the House of Lords Earl I)e j on rued. The directors afterward met and elected Brigham Young, President Grey warmly commented on the Treaty; of the U. C. R. 11.; Wm. Jennings, Vice in the Commons Gladstone declared the President; George Swan, Secretary; D. GovMcKenzie, Assistant Secretary; James existing laws ample to enable the fulfill the conditions of the Jack, Treasurer; John Sharp, General ernment to An Mrs. in Fairs appeal Superintendent, and Jessie W. Fox, Treaty. will be Court the taken case to Supreme Chief Engineer. The labors of Superis and it understood it that intendent Ferainorz Little have been so immediately, in will be heard early July, at the latest. arduous in connection with the U. C.and has discovered been that the real It the construction of the Utah Southern, Commune were Karl the leaders of that he felt he could not do justice to both positions, and it was his wish that Marx, Jacobi, Blanqui, Tonatchi, and a General Superintendent for the U. C. Diebneck. The idea of burning Paris R. R. should be selected so that lie originated with Jacobi and Tonatchin. seized which show' might be left free to attend wholly to the Papers have been in are men these London, and are pushing forward of the construction of that the U. S. II. R., for this reason a now now planning new schemes, designing to Turin, general Superintendent for the U. C. R. make Lyons Marseilles, Madrid, Moscow and R. was elected. Deseret Kerrs. Rome, Naples, Vienna, of scenes Berlin, conflagrations. David Butler. Of this incompre- Vice President Colfax arrived home on hensible reckless man the Omaha Re- the 2d iust., in a much improved condition. publican says, that he converted to his own use nearly $17,000 of the school Democratic and British Opinion. without moneys, securing the State, when The London Saturday Review the tory he ought to have paid them into the organ of British opinion has this to is now public treasury, undeniable; and say of the new treaty : it is equally clear, that on the stump, The treaty proves to be an absolute and to the Legislature, he misrepresent- surrender of every point for which suced the facts connected with that trans- cessive English governments have conaction. It is also in proof that he ac- tended. cepted large sums of money from parOn the other hand the Patriot the ties who were favored with State conDemocratic organ at Washington tracts; and there cannot be a doubt that he repeatedly bartered the influence of opens in this style on the same topic : his official position for his own private flThe treaty at Washington proves to emolument. The demoralizing tenden- be an unconditional surrender of the cies of these acts, to say nothing of the dearest rights claimed by this Republic sacrifice of the public interests, justified from the earliest days of its infancy. It and required that they should not go urn is useless to narrate how our American Commissioners were wheedled, cowed, punished. And the Omaha Herald : David But- deceived, and betrayer; their stupidity, have deprived ler, until yesterday, the Governor of Ne- villainy, and ignorance us of everything, and humiliated and disthe aud boldest most and braska, bung- graced us in the sight of England and ling of all our official highwaymen, has the world. at last received a portion of his just deThe tory organs of both countries inserts. He has been ' convicted by the Senate of unlawfully appropriating to sist that their respective governments his private use seventeen thousand dol- have been utterly overreached. What lars of the State School fund, and has is such criticism worth? Omaha Rebeen removed from office. An effectual publican. stop has thus been put to his hitherto, unchecked career of official crime, and Bisnor Clark died at his home in we have no desire to pursue him further. Let his case be a warning to the un- Cincinnati, May 23d. He was the last scrupulous adventurers, who are still of three Bishops elected in 1864 Bishop sapping the life blood of this young Thompson and Bishop Kingsley having commonwealth, which has been the vic- died within the last rear. This is con- tim of more infamous plundering than any State cr community in the history of sidered a great affliction in the Methoour country. dist Church. -- mvs - 1 llusiness Directory. TELEGRAPHIC! o- - KXrOXTTP HPDCIALLYFOU TH CORINSt DAILY JOURNAL SY YU WE8TE&H UNION COMPACT. O Sax Francisco, June 7. Alvinza Hayward yesterday purchased Mills &, Co.s interest in the Crown Point miue, amounting to 4,100 shares, for $1,230,-000- , or $300 a share. a , The Crown Point has just declared dividend of $10 per share, the first since People visiting this city to trade, or tending for goods, or desiring anything from here, will Cad the following list valuable for reference, and can rely upon being honorably and tairly dealt with by going to or sending to any of these partite. Academy, Rooky Mountain Female Academy, Rev. R. E. Eay-l- i, 1rincijnil. lUTAH f A Slontana troet, V'i FIFTH (BETWEEN West Poixt, June y President Grant arrived here last evening, and was received with a national salute. Nearly all the applicants for admission to the academy came forward for examination. Ninety-si- x were examined, and the list closed until September, when the quota will be filled by new candidates. Of tbe ninety-siexamined, thirty-onwere rejected ; nine by medical and twenty-twby the examining board. Among those passed were Brigham Youngs son, and Napier, a colored boy from Tennessee. New York, June 7. Recent advices from Montevido represent the condition of affairs in the city of Buenos Ayres as not having improved, but grown worse. About the first of May the yellow fever seemed to be abating and many refugees returned. The disease again broke out violently, aud the returned citizens fled in a panic. The seat of government was about being removed to Rossario. At last advices all communication between Montevideo and Buenos Ayres was positively prohibited. There is no information regarding the mortalityy among American residents. London, June 7. The postponement of Rocheforts trial is due to apprehensions of disclosures compromising the Government of National Defence. Felix Pyatt is in Switzerland. The proposal to leave untouched the Hotel de Ville is seriously discussed. There is news that Favre is preparing tojreply to the manifesto of Prince Napoleon. Versailles, June 7. The Veritc says a compromise has been effected under which the exile law is repealed. The election of the Oilcans Princess is declared valid. It is said that Thiers agrees to the plan. e x City Brewery, Campbell k Stow ell, Colorado street. Montana Brewer, E. I. Uiuwhell, Fourth tp-et. Bath llouae. Saint Louis Bath House, II. W. tana btreet. Mon- Sjx-nce- L. Te Only Fire-pro- the City. J. I. Market, North Front street. & Son, Montana street. R. Mai tin Board was D. W. road. The Grand Lodge of Free and cepted Masons held two seo&ious to-da- with a large attendance. A resolution, instructing the Grand Lecturer to so alter his ritual as to completely ignore all allusions to sectarianism, called forth a lively discussion, during which the Grand Master said anv Jewish Lodge could, if members chose, to King Solomon instead be of St. Peter. Chicago, June 7. Gen. Thomas J. Hodman, a distinguished ordnance officer of the United States Army, died at Rock Island, The lower IIoue of the Illinois Leg- lature rejected, by decided majorities, all proposed amendments to the State House appropriation bill. This settles the question of the removal of the Capitol, as the bill will undoubtedly pass both Houses by a large majority. Washington, June 7. Corcoran apin a carriage, peared on the streets the police were held in readiness in case of further disturbance by colored citizens. Berlin, June 7. The session of the German Parliament will probably close on the 15th inst., but the members will remaiu in the city and take part in the ceremonies attending the triumphal en, try of tbe army. Von Moltke has returned from a visit to Strasbourg, and has since had an audience with the Emperor of Prussia. Concord, N. H., J une 7. The House got into a wrangle over election clerks, and finally adjourned without succeeding in completion of the organization. The Senate .done nothing beyond electing a temporary chairman. to-da- y. to-da- y wm The Humboldt Register republishes see to Ihr c I Giu-kt.- ' 9 ?3 s R E E II 1 FR03I ! q .V C K TI1E CarJ n Metropolitan . Crockery and Glatutvare. I. M. Barrett. Montana street. D. Conway, Montana fct rc t. Fiion. Wallace fc Co., Montana street. Rausohoir A Co., Montana street. Sir-son- Wallace , Proprietors MONTANA STREET, Dr. II. Hadley, Montana street. Druggist. CORINNE, J. W. McNutt k Co., Montana street. I lull but Bros., Montana street. UTAH Doctor. .O J. W. Graham M,'P. Montana street. Mts. II. K. l.iintei, K. R. Depot. It. It. Itotaits, M. D., Salt Lake City. Ad. Kuhn Bro., Montana street. 1. J. Faruell, Montana street. Wallace &. Co.. Montana street. Si-.o- n, L. Demers, Kii kemiaU's block. Farming Implement. Geo. A. Lowe, near depot. Gerrinh A Miles, Montana street. All Mail mid Express ConiliM start from till IXuu-. Fnntlthhig Good. Wallace & Co., Montana street. Sisson, House turni-hiu- g Brow n and Prior, D. Conway. ( FR1GK J5USS hicitgo. A Co., Chicaro. i'll ill) 0. 1. Richmond, Montana str t. J. Strauss A Co., Montana stieet. Mad-wor- th TO VD FROM THE CARS. Hotel. Gru tuwaM, Propiietors, A Mal-- li L TriiYcltHs Nvill lintl thin Hoiistr ICciitsil to Silly ill tlio Territory. Dry Good. & Hotel MALSH & GREENEwALD, Clothing. k Co., Montana Mreet. Dentist. Metrojolitan Montana street. E. A. Stalin, Proprietor, opjo-sit- e Bear River Ilou-tin Depot. Masonic Hou-George Chnplow, Proprietor, North Front street. S- .lVr Star Hotel, Lewis SilCP, Proprietor, Mon tana street. Salt Luke House, Tililen & Luwrence, Fait Lake e, e, City. Ogden House, M John Mahon, Ogden, Utah. hat Cheer liou-- e, street. F. W. Sel.ultz, Proprietor Bakeries. The JUtr is Stw1.el irith the Jtmt ' WIN328, mid LIQUORS CTOAHS. . US' Tlie table is always si.j lii d a'lii !h Ii in the market. Neatly furnished rooms and "'ind.i' 1eds. i,.s: Bakery, F. W. Schultz, Proprietor, Ftont street. Union Bakery, George Ilanf, Proprietor, Montana WM. HAWKINS. street. City Groceries. 1. 31. Barnett, Montana Si -- son, Wallace & Co., Agent. MACHINE L. Lehenhaum A Fruit. Co., Montana AND ALL KINDS Gl.is-cot- S'. It. Jobbing street. Int. Rev. Collector. Bank of Corinne. - IHquors. Barratt, JB8T Orders Promptly Filled. U je(klt22 Ilardenhrook Bros., Front street. Montana street. Mechanic. Pacific Stable, W. W. TIr.il, Bricklayer and Plasterer. H. H. Shepherd, House and Sign Painter. Agricultural Geo. A. Lowe, near the depot, team Engines Hawkins k Cart roll, Siui Francisco Newspaper Agent. third page of this paper. Powder. Taylor, Montana street. CORINNE ; - UTAH C. DUCHINEAU, Jroir on hand at all timi:?, ti'J Have best Saddle and Carriage lhw, gies, and all kind of vehicles. The best turnouts in tlie town. Piano. J. Bauer & Co., Chicago. Picket. Stock taken to ranch in enclosed Ray, Week , or 3Iouth,on most ' Largo Corral for Freighters, J ' Restaurant. If. F. Fuller, Proprietor, Montana st. S. CRAMER & Rubber Boots. k field. Terms. Printing. Dally Journal Office, Fifth street. BTeeden , Deal In Horse and Cattle of nil Ki Tarkliurst, near depot. Occidental STS- - CORNER THIRD A MONTANA Machinery. D. W. I0W1, OUR Livery Stable. A. W. - FACILITIES FOR FU RNISIHVO T'il Trado in cau LOtn lots, at burro1 , aro unequalled. Lindsly k Co., Sacramento, Sweet, Leonard A Co., Chicago. Sisson, Wallace & Co., Montana street. Stanley Bros., See - Manufacturers ol XX and XXX FLOUR. MEAL fiND FEED. Lumber. Paikhurst, west of depot. J. It. Tagert, & SMITE 3XONTAVA, BOONE CO., Pam. L. Tibbals, cor. Fifth and Montana street. Ransohoff k Co., 1. 31. Repairing done with KNIGHT Ice. D. W. OK Mill and Mining Machinery John Ileil, Office, OF t, H. Elliott, Montana street. Henry Deni. alter, 3Iontana street. 0. J. Hollister, (d Htcuiii Knjjincs, O. M. House, WORKS. MANUFACTURERS J Fast Freight. Hugh KirkiiululK ' 210 & 212 Beale Strpct, Near Howard, SAN FRANC TP LinoC Diamond T. G. (AMI HAWKINS & CANTF.ELL street. Montana street. Insurance. Acy, I aji W Commltuilon. Iluntoon, Pan Fram-icoEllsworth & Soil t ham, Kelton. 1. I). New-Yor-k, to-da- y, 1 r Corinne Branch of the Great Western, W. II. June 7. The Directors of the New Jerseyy Railroad and Trans- and had a long portation met discussion on matters pertaining to their propose keep the West. Purkhutxt, west of depot. The old d. I , TO AND Material. Ilu Ililer y. to-da- takf.x recently r fitted und r this inn.itJ .I Having aa good a Ilot as to block. Heyfron, y tral Railroad took place Mrs. CORDELLA, Propriojp 15 Butcher Shop. KirkeinlalFi D. Kan-oho- to-da- s i Gunn, Manufactory, Montana street. & Co Montai- -i Street. J. Stratus Stanley Bros., Montana street. ll k Co., Montana street. Montana street. Buffalo, June 7. J. B. Skinner, ari1 G. (oddlsTg, Leiwes, Fourth street. old citizen and distinguished lawyer, died L. Demers, Notth Front street. O. I). Ruhiroiid, Montana stieet. Day, Allen A Co., Chicago. elecAlbaxy, June 7. The annual Hardware. & Gorri-h Montana street. Miles, tion for Directors of the New' York CenHuntington, Hopkins A Co., Sacramento. o IIm of Pettier, KirkcndalFit bba k, 11. A. C. xJtafc Hotel Attentive Walter to fort of the Boot and Shoe. o THE VERY LATEST DISPATCHES. o MIDNIGHT REPORTS. I. - s Frst-Clas- E. P. Johnson, Corinne. D. J. Toohy, Corinne. Fitch k Mann. Salt lake City. A. Iluggan, Salt Lake City. . 7. IXTlI i Attorney. September, 18G8. Book and Stationery.. Mrs. Fair is said to have paid her 0. II. Elliott, Montana afreet. counsel and physicians who testified to G. L. Holt, Post Office Building. Bankers. her insanity and attended her Dalilor Corinne. k Co., Ilusaey, for hunting up witnesses. Bank of Corinne, Billiard Hall-- J. Other expenses of the trial are already C. Kuney, Corinne. over $20,000. and Dr. J. B. Trask, her Building Stone.. Utah E. P. Winscliell, Fourth street Granite, principal medical attendant and witness, Corinne. sues her for $2,000 more. Brewer. profes-fessionall- AND Corinne, A Mayers. Tieruan k Williamson, Salt Lake City- - liil Southwick, New York. -- DEALER Soda Fountain. CO., IN- CLOTHING DRY GOODS, ' BOOTS & SHOES,. HARDWAltfSaloon. Alhambra, North Front street, Ned Lewis, BEDS AND BEDDING, f . Osceola, Montana street, Kanady k Thomas, proLIQUORS, prietors. CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Caino, Montana street, Ileil k Fishlwck, propsj Union Bakery, Montana street. Geo. Hanf, propr SADDLERY AND HARIhVAM Scourer, The Arctic, Montana street. - propri-prieto- r. " George Bond, Montana street. , , Montana Htreet, lli,T (NEARLY OPPOSITE METROPOLITAN Stage Bine. . Gilmer k Salisbury, to Montana. Sewing Machines. Wilcox k Gibbs, Chicago. '' Tailor. Free Dance I! L. Iloffman, Montana street. Tobacco. k Co., Montana steeet. Water street, New York. Ransohoff A Co., Montana street. ' L. Lcbenbanm 174 YVagon. Geo. A. Lowe, near depot. ; the decision of the Attorney General, on Furniture. W. Lesher, Montana street. the question of railroad lands, which we J. D. Conway, Montana street. took considerable trouble to ascertain Directory. and produce. See third page of this palter. - , . , ..... ... Drinks only 25 cents Each! BEST c IGA , YVINES, LKIPORS every Calico ball Saloon, on E3'enin; Mwnta-pE- Jethtf aT Tltf .