IXW BXEI, CRIYXS COUHTT, H. C, TDISDAT, SOYIMBIB 4,' 1902 FIRST SECTION.
Is Forecast of Simmons, Daniels and
"' Cralfc '
Negroes Not Keg latere oa Aecoaal
; ef Prltckari's Attltate Tt
wanls Tie Kaee. S.AW.
Balkioh, November I. Democratic
State cbalrsaan fllmmoas waa interview-
ed by you eerrospo&tleat regarding Ih
election prospect, a&d said: "In the leg
islature there will ba only about 80 Total
not Democratic. We-will elect all our
Congressmen. We wm cany the State
by from 60,000 to 6d,000 majority. The
whl.es registered better thaa expected.
Fall reporu are not yet la from over
half the coantlea. I bare partial report!
(ram nearly all The negro tote will
not be much orer 8,000. The negroes
m a tele did not aakl tor .teglatretloa.
Thai 's a Urger registration of negroes
licru In Wake and la Altaian ce than In
any other counties. The negroes resent
tiio way la which Senator Prltchard
ttU'ited ibem .Hence they did not seek
National Demberatic Committeeman
Jotcphas Daniels, wee present when
thi-se inquiries were Baade of the chair
man, and his vlewa were also aaked. He
aid, "Mr. Simmons' figures are, 1 am
suro, very correct. We will hare 100 ot
the 120 members of the lower house, and
- .we will have 45 of the 80 senators. We
will carry the Hate by not less than 50,
010 majority, and if there Is a big Tote
we wll! carry It by a yet larger majority
We will elect a'.l the Congressmen."
Locku Cralge, who was also present,
sa!l his Views coincide with those ex
pn wmhI by Messrs. Simmons and Dan
i. e. I.y milled, "I ondeiatand IbatpO
negroes r.glsiertii in Scotland or Robe
son oonn lt", bxaase none applied. I
hear that this was elf o the rase In sev
eral other counties.' '
As the facts in regard to the work of
pick-pockets at thu Bute Fair get out
they show that ins aggregate losses
must go into the thonsand. After this
detectives front the north to take In
these thieves on arrival .will be a neces
sity. Poplo here can do nothing with I
, . aire. H. M. MnrhlCwlfe of the rec
tor of Christ Ctch here, Is critically
.-..uCiXiv.: ;J'y- .;
The negro State Fair will be held
here next week, It is the 25th annual
The corporation commission was to
day advised by the Sooth ft Western R.
It, which Is being constructed through
Mitchell county by State convicts, that
27 miles are in operation and 13 miles
more graded and ready for the rails and
will soon be in operation. This road
begins at the N. C Tennessee line and
runs )n a wavy route,' following a valley
' ' to Nebo o the Western North Carolina
R.H. Thre it will cross th latter sad
run nearly parallel with It to a point
near Morganton, ! where It will strike
southward towards Littleton. It may
be that the the Seaboard Air Line Is
back of this road. It has "earmarks"
which make it so appear, v t
A charter waa granted today to the
Warsaw Tobacco Warehouse Company,
' ' capital $26,000.. ,'"';' "
The prizes for apples . abown at the
State Fair at the apple show were lent
to the winners , todsy.; Moaes A. Cone
of Watauga county won 11 first prises
and John Farrow of Haywood county
won five first prizes.
' The open season for partridges began
V xlay. It is said that birds are unusual
ly numerous,! there was never a year
more favorable for them. '
,! The visitors to the fair poured out of
the cify today. They have bad a happy
week ot it. The railway trains hauled
about' 40,000 and the street ears about
33,000 during the week. ' Both the trains
and the elaotrio company broke ell pre
vious records.' LflJI, I
Bettln; Favors Odell.
Special to Journal.' . : . i
, New Tom, Not. 1. SeveraL large
bets hare been made with odds 8 to 1 In
favor of OdelL
( Mcrf er of dty; fraction Oies.
Special to iournai; . SA 1
Naw Yobk, Not. 8. Oa .account of
Morgan's presence o&'change last week,
m a si W ,.
rumors are renewed rn regard to the
i , merge f the cfijf 'taOwtji with : the
I . Union, TraotlonCo. and the issue of
$16,000,000 bonds for the Improvement
. .t ol the property. ,;-; if f
This li the same merger talked of last
1 Spring.- ' -.'
CASTOR I A
For Infant! a&d Children.
Tt3 Hi Yea L'::j C::;!.t
Basra the '
Captain T. P. GUmora waa retired yes
terday as rear admiral.
Mountain laurel has been adopted as
the State flower la Maaaachuaetla.
Secretary of the Interior Hitchcock
went to St. Louts, Mo., yesterday to
The bill noatara' strike In Chicago.
I1L, has been declared off pending arbi
The Lake submarine toroedo boat
Protector was launched at Bridgeport,
Plve men fell 60 feet down a mine shaft
at Newton, Iowa yesterday, all being
probably fatally injured.
General Isaac Khan, Persian Minister
to the United States, reached New York
yesterday from Hamburg.
Coal shippers believe a famine im'
penda . la Tennessee, North and South
Carolina, Virginia and Georgia.
The commission of Englishmen com
ing over to study American labor prob
lems will reach New York this week,
The supervising architect's office yes
terday ordered Sid H. Neely to Pekln,
Chine, to ' oversee the cons: ruction of
the $00,000 American legation.
The consecration of Father Char e
Mohr as first abbot of St. Leo's Abbey
In Florida, will be celebrated Thanks
giving Day, at Belmont N. C.
Nov. 1. People are I ing vaccinated
here and some are sick.
ajoars C M Heath and Jacob Harper
are on, the sound for a nboit vult we
wish a merry good lime and plenty of
fish and oysters.
i otton Is nearly all picked and crops
are good, as good ai can be expected
but prices are low.
Mr F G Simmons had gone to tfce Ral
eigh fair. He wmt last Sunday.
Olivers Oro.s roads looks like a new
p ace. . There baa been so much paint
used and also Improvements,
Mr J D Heath Is very sick from vacci
nation. ' :,','- -
""We are iorry to say Mr Tom Bouse
wss buried st Olivers Landing last Sun
day vo at 4 o'clock. His bereaved fam
ily have pur most hearty sympathy.
Mr J C Parker yesterday wal ill your
Mrs. Columbia Ward spent most of
thlaweekat Trenton at her Daughters
"Gray Eyes." .
Market Letter on Cotton.
By private wire, J. B Latham k Co. '
New Yobk, Not. 8. Being before a
holiday there waa more ' or less short
covering. This usually takes place be
fore a holiday and today mora than usu
al, owing to frost prediction!. Traders
were afraid of killing frosts la section!
where they have not occurred as yet.and
an advance In prices Wednesday a. m.
The few who were snort bought ana
this turned the market from 8.24 for
March to 8.82. . The buying in December
oarrled It from 8.89 to 8.47. Then fat a
few sales, the whole thing, seemed to
crash and December sold back to 8.48
and January &57. For a firm market
this Is not a good sign. The fact lithe
market is aot a ball market. . It may de
velop all sorts ot strength later, but for
the present It Is sot a good market, and
we believe the reason is a simple one.
The manipulation In January has car
ried that month so far above other mar
kets, that large blocks of cotton are be
ing sold hereby houses with Southern
connections. The reason for this ii an
eoonomlo one, namely, that a man hav
ing .goods to selL- lells la the highest
market. f About seven weeks ago South-
am spots were cent higher thaa now,
and yet January here to aow 10 points
lower than todays price. This means
that New York Is attracting cotton from
the South and we cannot advance until
the South goes up oa legitimate spot
demand. . ' . ''.'.(
Nw Yobx, November 1. There are
several things sbout the market that re
quire thought ; Bulla or those looking
tor higher prlees may be able to explain
them. To us they are ominous and we
are frank to say signs of the times are
not such as to enoourage bayera. In
the lint place every firm in the rnarket
la connection with the south Is selling
for delivery la December,- Today one
et the moat conservative traders la New
York sold 1,000 bales against cotton1 of
fered him la the south. ' The action ot
the market, the price of southern mar
kets, all indicate this sort of thing going
oa, on a large scale. We have had lota
of bullish factors. The small recelpta,
killing frosts, etc., and Iven In face of
all this the market goes lower. The
market grows daller every day. , The
January premium and accumulation la
such that conservative people wfJInot
trade In It. It will be remerr' -'J that
this sort Of tuipjr'we f-",o years
sgo la the Spr c e year with dlsaa
trous reaulta, : 1 , w an la the midat
of the crop mcYr-eat. . Three million
bales only, or, not of the crop having
been moved and the same dulless prevail
- l... (UK
67000 Democratle Majorltj, Say
Old Teteraa Dead. Flgut! ea SUU
Crepa.. Geveraer'a Last Ipeech''
at Geliiaere. Eaitera Bo-'
pablicaai Thought UDI
appear. '. '. "
Raudsh, Not. 8. Dr. Duggaa, an
inmate of the Soldiers Home bandied
today, aged 61. ,- H enlisted in Co. H.
4th N. C Rgt la 1861nd la 1863 passed
examination for assistant surgeon and
was asalgned to 4y at the reocelvlng
hospital at Wtlsoa. The lattetpart of
the war he was oa duly, as full surgeon,
la. the field, : t ,-iTpY r .
The Democratio leaden estimate that
the vote will bs 8 to 1, and think about
800,000 vo Us will be polled, on which
basis they look for about 17,000 majority
If the Tote cast ia larger then the ma
jority will, be correspondingly so.
The Bepreme Court will devote this
week to the hearing of argument! In ap
peals from the 11th district.
The funeral of Geore H. Snow waa
held here yesterday afternoon, from
Christ Church.' He died at Coumbla, 8.
CM and the cause aasigned waa acute
Weather Observer Van Hermann has
compiled some very Interesting figures
regarding crops In this State. The crop
of cotton In 1899 was 469,707 bales.
Robeson is the largest producing county.
It made 87,167 bales, which Is 6 per sent
of the entire crop. ' Wake comes next
with 7480 bales, or 6 percent of the
crop; the third county being Uockian
burg with 24,248, and the fourth John
ston with 80,466. North Carolina that
year produced 127,608,400 lbs. of tobacco.
The largest tobacco producing counties
are PUt, 10.788,010; Rockingham 9,189,-
9T0; Naah 8,253,410; Wilson, 7,836,410;
Stokes, 0,796,020 and Granville, 6,775,000
then In order Franklin, Caswell, Greene
and Person, each with other 5,000,000 lbs.
Governor Ayoock made his last speech
of the campaign, at Goldsboro this even-
lag-. He will vote then and return hen
tomorrow afternoon. Private Secretary
pearsall left 'today for New Bern to
Tote,ttr will stop at Goldsboro to hear
Got. Aycock speak. Strange to say,
he has never heard the Governor make
a speech save that at his inaugura
Auditor DlWh Went to Cabarrus coun
ty today to Speak, having been asked by
wire to speak there.
A charter was granted today to the
Carolina Land and Lumber Company of
Moyock, Currituck county, capital $75,
000, tB WrgestJ stockholders being John
Self an4 'Or"JKneddler. of ChilU
cothe,Ohibtt' It la expected that this year the Re
publican Tote will practically disappear
In all that part of the Btate east of Ral-
A Capttratlnr Soloist'
Miss Frances Boyden the brilliant
oolorature soprano, who is appearing
with such phenomenal auooess In oppr
atic selections with Innee and his Band
comes to the Masonic Opera House on
Saturday afternoon Not. 8. Her ap
pearance everywhere ia marked by a
serlesot orations due, not only to the
beauty of her marvelous TOloe and her
artistic singing i but, to crown It all, she
has a queenly and so . charming a man
ner that ahe captivates the heart! of her
heanrs. -. v" i
Miss Boyden will appear as the lead-'
Ing soloist at the great Musical Festival
at St. Louis, during the World's Fair,
which will be under the direction of Mr.
Lines. This festival will be the Initial
and greatest musical during the world's
Fair, for which Mr, Innee his been es
pecially engaged .'frpm "among a great
many competitors, to direct a chorus of
2000 male and female' alngers and an or
chestra of 150 Instruments. ' ! !
New Bern's Charmlnf Aospltallty.
Salisbury .N. Q. Correspondence in Char
? lotto Observer, Not. SndV J i
'The New Ben oonTcntloa was the
largest and handsomest ever held In the
State. Then wen 100 delegates besides
visitors. The meetings wen held in the
court hone and srsrythlng wss done by
the New Bern chapter, citizen! of the
town, ladles, gentlemen, children, veter
ans, ilka and Mayor ot the tawn, all for
the pleasure, edification and entertain
ment ot the visiting delegates. Then
wen three receptions, onelunehson.two
sails and an excursion and luncheon; to
Morebead aad a sail out to the ooean.
To live in North Carolina and not see
New Bern and hsronltured : and arlsto
oratio, heroic aad brave people la aot to
live et alL We look forward at no dis
tant day to see the general division con
vention hold Its Session In New Bern,
and then ia an invitation when there la
no other Invitation for the 8tate division
to 'meet; the Invitation stands open,
"Come to New Bern." Too much can
not be said ot the open-hearted hospi
tality to the Daughtera on this occa
sion." i ' :-.'! r!-V.!,-T1 -.''i j
Enrlal Of Jolln Hutchinson. ! ;,
i The rem'jf John J Hutohlnson
reached here; yesterday, morning from
Wilson, accompae-f'jthem Rev. James
Thomas, and Mr i. Hutchinson, sons
of the deceased.'! ft If funeral party waa
met at the sVN,0. fain by gentle
mea here who knew (be deceased, ' and
who acted at pall - t, the services
being held at the Ct ' r ( .ore Cemetery
when the Iuto::r-"-t t place. .
auage of Ministers. Religious Services
Blr Shipmeat of Lumber.
Nov. 8. Messrs. David Caaton and
David Amaa of White Oak station, were
visitors hen last Sunday.
Rev C P Snow came in Saturday
night and preached for us Sundsy morn
ing and evening. Bro. Snow is in the
enlarging picture buslaess and trav
. Rev I N Henderson of Hubert. filled
the pulpit In the Baptist church on the
4th Sundsy, ulu, filling the place former
ly held by Rev MrHobbs, of Falson's,
who so recently and ssdly lost his wife
here. Bra, HobU will not jaturvto
this charged again, so wv 'learn, and we
an very sorry for we all loved brother
Hobbs much, as he waa an excellent
preacher, and we believe a good man
Rev J F Ussey, of the M. E. Church
Conference, is sent to this place again
for the next year, he too is a good
Rev. A. J. Holton. Disciple, of Crsren
we believe, will, D. V., commence a short
series of meetings here on Saturday
night- Before the 8d Sunday In this
month ha will hold meetings in the
brick store which will be fixed up for
Also Rev. Mr. Elliott, of Boston,Msas.
Unitarian Minister of note, will hold a
short series of meetings here to com
mence on the 4th Sunday night in Nov
ember. Rev. J. G. Dukes of Burgaw, is
expected to be with Rev. Elliott; they
will preach In the brick store also.
Rev. F. S. Becton, our Methodist pas
tor ben, will preach D. V., his last ap
pointment for the year on the 2nd Bun
day night In this month. We would
like to have Brother Becton for another
The small pox scare worrioa some of
our people, but we don't apprehend any
danger, as our Dr. F. H. Blount has vac
cinated the most ot ui, and we feel e
cure from that dread disease.
Mr. G. W Ward.the Salter Path school
teacher, came home last Saturday to be
at the election, he will return Wednes
day to his school. He visited Mr. K. N.
Bell st Cedar Point, Carteret county as
he came, and found Mr. Bell lively,
though very low and weak, he hopes
for the recovery of Mr. Bell, for such a
man, comparatively yonng, and a very
nseful man too, would be missed surely
in the community. May the good Lord
spare hia life longer if it Is his will to
do so. His brother Mr. James Bell, of
Petersburg, Va, is here now, nunlng
him. Dr. Sanders the attending physi
cian, is giving him all the attention pos
sible. Mrs. Lena Morton Rogers, wife of Mr.
Burkhead Rogers, of Culberth, and
daughter of Mr. W. E. Morton and wife,
near Swansboro, died last week after a
few days illness at her home in Hubert,
N. C, aged about 28 years, leaving one
child. We deeply sympathise with the
Schooners Ben and John Russell and
G. W. Anderson, three masters, all have
cleared this port lately, one last Sunday,
loaded with lumber from the saw mill
here and bound-to New York, they car
ried some 620,000 feet.
The new steamer launch built by the
Lumber Co. Is now about ready to launch
Machinery all In. 8he Is a "Daisy
The two huge boilers for the new mill
have arrived and will soon be ready, to
be placed in position for work.
Swansboro is building np and some
body deserves much, praise. We think
it Is Prettyman & Co. for the most of it
Come down and see the place, maybe
you will not regret it, and then the rail
road is coming don't forget, that fact
will yon? coming.
, Baton these items are in print the
election of 1002 will be over, and some
body will be elected.
We predict the election of Captain
losepn njtoit to tne legislature in
"Sea Breeze." '
Bwretbe i yTI Kind You Hits tlwari
VIRGINIA SWALLOWWORT. "
Ita Beaatlfnl BlMMoma Ara Pltfalla
For Dee nd Dona. ,
' Honey, bees and Insects and bugs of
leas degree find pitfalls and often death
In the beautiful blossoms of the milk
weed, otherwise known aa the Virginia
SwaUowwort If these flowers are ex
amined any sunny day, one will be
pretty sure to find them decorated with
a' miscellaneous assortment' of strug
gling or dead Insects with their legs
fust In the silts of the peculiar blos
soms. The pollen of this common plant;
Instead of being a powder, as In the
case of most plants, consists of sticky,
waxen masses hidden within the blos
som. When a visiting Insect thrusts
a proboscis or leg Into the opening of
such a flower, some of these masses
tick to It, and the natural course la for
the Insect to flay off to another flower
and fertilize thla with the adhering pol
lea. All Insects, however, are not strong
enough to extricate their legs from the
sticky places, and then ensues the slow
torture of hanging there until death or
helping band releases them from mis
ery. Besides being beautiful, It could
he Quite a useful plant if we cared to
develop Its virtues. Thus ita milky
Juice contains caoutchouc. Brown sug
ar, haa been made from the flowers.
The allky hairs of the seeds an serv
koable In the manufacture of textile
fabrlce, aa cotton la, and a fiber of
good quality for ropemaklng may be
extracted from the stalk.
And light dressings ot Cvticuba
Ointment, purest of emollient skin
cures. This treatment at once stops
falling hair, removes crusts, scales,
and dandruff, soothes; Irritated, itching
surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles,
supplies the roots with energy and
nourishment, and makes the hair grow
upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy
scalp, when all else fails.
For Every Haanar, II, eondgttng of COT
ICUBA Soap (2&cX to cleanse the skin of cnuta
and males, and soften the thickened cuticle ;
CimcciLi. Onramrr (60c.), to Instantly allay
Itching, Inflammation and Irritation, and
soothe and heal; and ConcunA Resolvbut
Pills (Wo.), to oool and cleanse the blood.
Cuttouba Bboltkit Pills (Chocolate
Coated) ara a new, tasteless, odorless, eco
nomical substitute for the celebrated liquid
Cuticura RnoLvnrr,as well as for all other
blood purifiers and humour cures. In screw
cap rials, containing SO doses, price 26c.
BnM fliNn.Wl tha mu. Brittah Dtwil tT-IS,
ChwterhouM&c.. L&doa. naik Depots f Battel
nu. nm. roma
i Das amd Oaaa.aoar.rnpi.
FOR PUBLIC HEALTH.
Ordinances Passed By Sanitary Broad
of Craven County.
In order that the citizens of Craven
County, including the City of New Bern
may know the exact health regulations
passed by the Sanitary Board of the
county, they are herewith published.
And in order that the public welfare
shall be best served, it may be stated
that these regulations will be rigidly en
There is not a single regulation which
should not be carefully heeded, certain
ly every good citizen will cheerfully aid
In the enforcement of these regulations,
which are as follows:
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any
person to harbor a person affected with
small pox. or suspected of having small
pox for the purpose oflconceallng same
rrom neaitn omser. . Any person violat
ing this regulation shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, ana nnea I23.uu, or im
prisoned 80 days.
section . it snau be unlawful for any
person to remove or transfer any person
having small pox, or suspected of hav
ing smsii pox. to any other place, with
out the consent of the Superlnteuaent
of Health, or assist any such nerson to
elude or escape the health officers. Any
person violating this regulation shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, and fined
836.00, or imprisoned 80 days.
Section 8. Any person who willingly
falls or nfusea to report any person
afflicted, or supposed to be afflicted with
small pox to the Superintendent of
Health shall be guilty of a misdemeanor
and fined $25.00, or Imprisoned 80 days.
OrfbBBBD by the County Sanitary
Board, that It shall be unlawful for any
person or persons In Craven county, to
refuse to be vaccinated when the County
Superintendent ot Health shall offer to
vaccinate them, or when the County Su
perintendent of Health shall advise that
such person be vaccinated. Anv nerson
violating this rule shall be fined not ex
ceeding fifty ((60.) dollars, or imprison
ed not exceeding thirty (SU) days.
" The London Slllr Seoaon.
"Atways at the beginning of Au
gust," says Sydney Brooks, "the editor
of each London dally casts about for
a subject that will 'fetch' the great
British public and fill the correspond
ence column, such as 'Is Marriage a
Failure 1 The Decay of Domesticity,'
'English Versus American Women,'
Why Don't Xoung Men Marry T
'Should Women Work? or 'Axe We
Improvident T A member of the pa
per's staff will write a letter to the
editor opening the ball. Another mem
ber will reply to htm. Instantly from
Claphanl and Brixton and throbbing
provincial households then seta In a
steady stream of letters all genuine
and argumentative and for the most
part quite appallingly earnest It is
a most curious phenomenon, such, I
suppose, as no other country can show.
For thousands of men and women
these annual discussions would seem
to be their one chance ot really open
ing their hearts and minds to the
World, and a very strange spectacle
they make when opened, the minds es
pecially. - No one who really wanted
to study England could Ignore these
debates. They throw more than a lit
tle light on the English character and
the .average English Intelligence."
;! Hndnut's Afcncy at Davis'.
Davis Pharmacy has been very fortun
ate in securing the sole agency here for
Hudnut's Perfumes and Toilet Prepara
tions. Their aualltv ia of such
lence and superiority that they ail large
ly used by the discriminating1 r elite
throughout the country.
Does Not Pay, -
There's no economy in it There's no profit in it
for seller or consumer. For one penon who is bunting'
for job lots, aide-tracked styles and shoddy makeshifts
there are fifty who want the straight, reliable itnff at
right prices, This store caters to your intelligence as
well as your economy and
tne wisaom of Duying tne
will afford. This kind of
Monte Carlo Jackets. J
Fresh lot to show you.
As the demand for these stylish Coats increase it
keeps us, hustling to keep up the supply. Better try to
get first pick. The "monte Carlo" is an easy first in the
Jacket outfit of this season.
and Comforts 1
Value giving we always insist on, but this time yon
get more than value. Those "Special North Carolina
JgBlankets,"we are still selling
as last season, although wool has advanced 10 per cent,
we got our order in at the bottom price and you get the .
Special values in Fine Down Comforts at $3.00 and
$6.00 each. -
WOOL GOLF GLOVES.
Dont think we ever made as fine a showing of
these items as now, and we feel confident of our ability
to please the most fastidious taste. For Children 25c.
Ladies 50c. Colors: red, black and white
Splendid Children's Mitt, all wool at 10c.
very thing for school wear.
hoiis & mm co,
67 Pollock Street.
New Bbl. Fulton Market
Just receded at J. L. McDzntefs. V;
Fresh lot Ontario Prepared Buckwheat,
ream of Wheat, Pettyjohn 8 Breakfast food, 1 "
Fancy Elgin and Fox River Print Butter fresh from dairy,
Maple Syrup, Fancy Cane Syrup and Poitprico Molasses, ,
Pickled Tripe 5o lb, (
Nice Dried Apples and Apricots lOo lb,
Maccaroni and Cream Cheese,
The best of everything in the Grocery line and a big stock
to select from, 'Prices as low as possible. 1 ; s " ' ' ' f 5 n
. Respectfully, ' ' '
I BARFOOT BROSi
SHOES. SHOES. SHOES.
A ,' Special for infants and Children. Reliable shoes direct from
factory, sizes l to o, at 60c, ttOc, 75c; sizes 4 to 01 at 75c ?1. ,
.; SPECIAL SALE of Sample. Baby Caps, no Wo "alike, 25c' .
BABFOOT BBOS Opp:
iNYIGORATffia. ' , 1
AT SODA FOFKTAKfS.
cannot too often emphasizeQt
Dest, tne very Dest your means
trading pays at both ends. , ,
at $3.50 per pair, the same
CJroccr. , , ,
Tir UrtJawl St.
Pc:toSce EMCOT IZl ?
1 VisfafectsdsX'. 'r t
2 '' lsslTf V If . m
X ust Received. ,
Z 10c an! IZts V ec l