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i i iiil i i ii SAGUACHE CRESCENT. SAGUACHE, COLO., NOV, 21, 1901. Will Be Tried For Murder. A special from Creedo to the Colorado Springs Gazette says that District At- torney Piloher has decided to file an in- formation against Gertrude Simpson, who shot and killed her father, Dr. A. N. Simpson, on Friday night, and who was declared innocent by the ~oroner's jury. The girl has employed an Alamosa at- torney to conduct her case. Friends 0f the gir] claim that she committed the deed to save her honor, as improper pro- posals had been made to her by her father and she was threatened with death unless she acceded to his demands by Saturday night last. The girl they claim killed him in self defense and they com- mend the verdict of the coroner's jury. National Guard Wants Military Poll Tax. The adjutant general has taken the lmtiatory stepto collect from the coun- ties of the state the thousand dollars which is due the military fund from the uncollected military poll tax. The books show $168,164.93 due the fund from the various counties. The sum is really ]ar- tar thau that, but it will necessitate a test suit to recover the remainder, which is about the same amount. Every six years the county commissioners meet and declare unavailable any and all poll taxes which has not been collected up to I six years previous to that date. In 1894 the majority of the counties did that. The uncollected poll tax for that year amounted to $36,058.40. Since then the amount of delinquent poll taxes has been increased $132,106.53, making the avail- able amount due the state now $168,]64.- 93. It is that sum which the adjutant general, in connection with the 1901 poll tax, ie anxious to have the counties col- lsot this fall and remit to the ~tate treas- urer so that it can be used by the nation- al guard. Any countyeommissioner who neglects to place the poll tax upon the books of his county is liable to a heavy fine, as is also any county treasurer who refuses or neglects to send to the state treasurer money belonging to the mili- tary fund, any tax payer who neglects or refuses to pay his military poll tax.--Re- publican. Good Advice To Republicans. The party in the state should set to work to organize for victory next year. Such organization should be upon broad and honest lines. It should assure every republican of an honest opportunity to participate in party affairs, and every candidate of an honest chance in the party conventions. Numerous candidates for every office from United States sena- tor to constable should be encouraged to enter the lists. Let us have a dozen i Leading Paper i Of the County. Had more than twice the circulation of any paper in county. Col. Henry B. McCoy, who was clerk of the district court in Pueblo at the time the Colorado volunteers were sent to the Phillipines, and who has been in the islands since, has been appointed de- puty collector of customes for the entire Philippine archipelago, and is also in charge of the port of Manilla. Judge M, S. Bailey, of Canon City, bus sued A. E. Carlton, of Cripple Creek, for $22,500 with interest from Dec. 1, 1900, alleged to be due for services rendered in securing the transfer of the Doct~,r and Cliff mining claims from Cone and l~obinson to the Doctor-Jack Pot Con- solidated company, The complaint cites that Bailey was to receive 5 per cent. of: the purchase price of ~450,000. D Lawyer W. W. Anderson, of Denver, was last week tried for the third time on the charge of assault with intent to kill H. 1-1. Tammen, and the jury on Sunday morning brought in a verdict of not guilty. The juries in the other two cases disagreed. Another charge sgainst An- derson for shooting Bonflls, the partmr of Tammen in the Post, was nolled, and he is now a free man again. The verdict seems to give almost universal satisfac- tion. Serious accusations of cruelty to ani- mals have been filed with the Humace society against Henry A. Buchte], chai~- cellor of Denver university, Rev. M. A. Rader, pastor of Grace M. E. church, and three other ministers. It is charged that the divines, on a camping trip in the mountains, used several horses so severe- ly that they were in a serious state from exhaustion when returned to their own- ers. These charges are denied by the ministers in question. Mr. Bryan made a personal canvass of hm state during the recent campaign, aud the state went republican by nearly 12#00. This shows that people in Ne- braska have grown tired of his falacies and have turned him down. A fusion was made in that state and a candidate named who was acceptable to Bryan; in fact he named the candidate for the su- preme judgeship, and the result is defeat. The once great democratic party has been stranded by the populist teachings of Bryan and now the majority of the re- publicans in the western states that went into the populist party have returned to their old party. If the democratic party ever expects to again be returned to power it has got to discard all this Bry- anism and get back to democratic prin- ciples. The recent election speaks loud- er than words.--Burllngton Independent. G. O. Taylor" IVhikieBp l*onest tn~urit~ candidates for every state office, and ]et i us settle'their fate by an honest and fair j ~ , ~ , r~ ,, . vote in open convention, instead of per- 1~ -Pffi KOUfl{] OOllflr mitting their doom to be sealed in a pri- 8 g vats room in the Brown Palace hotel. O Will send a copy of THE CRESCENT to your friends O back m the States for a Round Six Months. 0 0000ooo000000000000000oc6 We have such magnificent material for every important office in Colorado that we should bring it all out next year and exhibit it to the people of our own and other states. What splendid mater- ial for the senate we have! There is the brilliant Wolcott, the great Teller (if he will come back where he belongs), the superb Seaman, the eloquent Goudy, the incomparable Belford, the solid business men, Moffat, Walsh, Evans and Trum- bull. Where can be found a better governor than any of the following: Simon Gug- genheim, of Pueblo, Irving Howbert, W, S. Jackson, John G. Shields, William Lennox, E. M. De La Vergne, P. B. Stewart, D. B. Fairley, of Colorado Springs; Crawford Hill, James H. Brown of Denver; J. L. Brush, of Greeley; Irv- ing Stanton, Senator Morton, of Pueblo; John F. Champion, A. V. Bohn, of Lead- rills; J. M. Downing, of Aspen; Percy Rider, of Durango; Dr. Grass, of Trini- dad; Philip Feldhauser, John C. Moat- gomery, J. B. Grant, of Denver; Judge Downer, of Boulder. What men cou!d represent the state any more ably in the halls of congress than any three of the following list? Franklin E. Brooks, R. L. Chambers, of Colorado Springs; H. M. Hogg, of Tellu- ride;E. F. Brown, of Cripple Creek; Charles Cavender, of Leadville; Robert W. Bonynge, of Denver; Guy U. Hardy, of Canon City; J. W. McCreery, of Grec. ley; George Manley, of Denver; H.I. Garbutt, of Fort Collins. It is really a party duty for all of ~he above named worthy and competent men, and others equally able, who could tm named by the score, to enter the con- i test for the respective places next year. There is a false idea that some sort of humiliation attaches to an unsuccessful candidacy for office. Such a theory is absurd when the candidate is clean and wholesome and the methods 'used are above reproach.--Colorado Springs Ga- zette. The Wynn gold extracting process about which so much has been said in the newspapers recently, is so much ahead of other fakes which have aroused the interest of the public that~t deserves special consideration. It is claimed that the process takes ores that essay only from $5 to $15 a ton and makes them turn out from $250 to $500 a ton fly shak- ing the ores up with a liquid composed ot s ~rot formula of acids, ,,.THE DENVER REPUBLICAN Reliable and Progressive. I~ prints more news than any other paper in Colorado. It stands for the best inter- ests of.the state and enjoys the confidence and esteem of all intelligent readers. It has the Biggest and Best ~ireulation ~t Home and Abroad. ~s an advertising mectium THE DENVER REPUBLI- CAN is superior to any other paper in, Denver, because its readers are prosperous and progressive. DALLY AND SUNDAY BY MAIL PoJtp~Id, Per Month, 75c WEEKLY~Postpa/d, Per Year, $I.00 PUBLICATION LIST -~OF--- Fear the Yoa 1OOO, Treasurer's Office, g~ State of Colorado--Saguache County. Public notice is hereby given that I will, according to law, offer at public sale, at the office of the Treasm~.t of Sagmw~he County and State of Colorado, on Thursday, December 1 3th, 1 9OI, and suexeeding days, commencing at the hour of l0 o'clock A. M. of said day, so much of the following d~rlbed tcM state tuate in said county on which taxes for the yeats I898, I899 and 1900 have not been paid, as shall be nex.essary to pay said taxe~b intet~t and penMtl~ and the tax on personal property, to-wlt: K NOV~N LANDS--TAX OF ~9oo. d- A 8 ] g d .............................. nw qr 15 41 8 ................................ sw qr 26 41 9 .................................. so qr 29 41 9 Bishop, Wm ............................... e qr 28 41 9 ............................... s hE 35 41 8 Buokley, Wm. and Ed ..................... so qr 82 41 9 Bolton, John W .................... nw qr no qr 2 46 9 40 do ........................... sw qr so qr 35 47 9 40 do .......................... e hf w qr 85 47 9 80 do ............. sw qr nw qr, nw qr sw qr 85 47 9 80 Brownell, H. C ............................. so qr 82 42 10 160 Billman, Marth E ....................... nw qr 4 ~2 8 160 Beakman, David ........................... so qr 5 41 10 160 .............................. so qr 33 44 8 160 Butters, J. W .................. n hf nw qr w qr 17 44 8 20 Cook, Ann M .............................. ne qr 9 41 9 160 ............................ nw qr . 25 42 10 160 ......... ne qr no qr, e hf nw qr 14 48 9 160 ................................. ne qr 15 41 9 ................................. nw qr 29 41 I0 820 Cooper, C. E .............. no hE s qr, s hf no qr 81 44 8 160 .......................... sw qr M 45 10 160 Clark, Del F., est ....... :w hf no qr, n hf nw qr 21 48 5 155 Creason, M ................................. so qr 7 44 10 160 Conklin, S. L .............................. sw qr 1 43 8 160 Cuenin Broe ...... w hf es qr, ne qr sw qr and so qr nw qr 8 48 9 160 Corlett, Chs. M ........................ nw qr 17 43 9 100 Ceasar, W. J ........... sw qr no qr, so qr nw qr 20 45 6 80 Dougherty, H. C ......................... sw qr 4 ~1 8 1~0 Dawson, A. W ............................. sw qr 3 41 7 160 Edwards, R. M ........................ s hf sw qr 22 44 8 do ............................ nhfnw qr 27 ~ 8 160 ................ s hf so qr, no qr es qr 28 /4 8 120 ........................... nw qr sw qr 2t 44 8 40 ..... sw qr sw qr, shf s hf nw qr ew qr 85 45 10 50 Ewing, James ............................ nw qr 25 48 8 160 Espinosa, Francisco I .................... nw qr 1 42 7 160 Espinosa, J. 8 .......................... n hf hf 18 42 7 160 Embargo Investment Co .... n hf sw qr, e qr "w qr and sw qr so qr ~k~ 41 ~ 160 do . .*. ........................ sw qr w qr 28 41 4 40 do ...... n hf nw qr, se qr nw qr, w qr no qr, n hf se qr and so qr e qr 88 41 4 280 Field, Chas. J ............................. no qr 20 48 9 160 Frye, Ellen ................................ nw qr 18 41 9 160 ........................... nw qr 12 41 8 160 ............. ~ ............... n hf so qr II 41 8 80 .......................... no qr 17 48 9 160 .......................... lot 1 and 2 1 45 8 119 Carols, Saladon, Mrs ................ n hE nw qr 9 /4 7 80 Hotchkiss, Kate .......................... no qr 28 /4 8 160 do .................................. no qr 26 /4 10 160 160 160 160 2700 90 82 160 950 51 44 820 1800 69 48 160 440 14 57 673 19 48 570 10 58 '2OO 567 420 12 01 250 7 91 150 ~, 15 820 11 87 820 9 15 726 19 $2 914 89 2~ 470 17 44 655 17 01 885 14 86 380 989 870 11 89 tt7 15 89 2OO 582 450 18 59 889 20 42 1075 81 75 160 4 41 865 8 58 587 16 68~ 19 86 M0 15 04 II0 480 13 77 820 11 87 1/08 M O5 882 985 888 10 88 250 7 70 I000 25 65 ............................... so qr 26 11 9 160 920 30 45 ................................. ne qr 18 41 10 160 1280 88 61 ........................... no qr 7 48 10 160 870 12 25 .............................. no qr 38 41 10 150 .................................. ue qr 20 41 10 160 2050 70 11 ............................... neqr 28 41 10 180 879 27 15 Howard and Shotwoll .................... sw qr 83 ~,1 10 160 950 86 68 Howell, Kim .......................... e hf sw qr 18 41 10 80 do .................................. ne qr 18 41 9 160 1188 8t 47 .......... se qr nw qr, w hf ne qr, ne qr ne qr 1 41 6 160 .............................. s hf se qr 5 41 7 80 ...................... e hf se qr, w qr 6 ~1 7 240 .............................. n hf n hf 7 41 7 160 ...n hf nw qr, se qr nw qr, e hf s~v qr 8 41 7 198 .... e qr sw qr nw qr, e qr w hf sw qr 8 41 7 80 .................................. se qr 10 42 8 100 .................................. sw qr 11 4,2 8 160 ................ e hf so qr, nw qr so qr 19 42 0 ............................ ne qr ne qr 30 42 0 160 5259 151 72 Haws, G. W., est .................... e hf ne qr 22 48 4 do .......................... nw qr nw qr 23 48 4 120 300 11 58 ............................... 8e qr 20 41 10 160 1050 80 04 Huller, Chas .............................. nw qr 21 41 10 160 705 22 17 Impson, Ell ............................ nw qr 13 42 8 160 820 11 87 Jaques, Eugene ........................... so qr 26 48 7 160 441 14 61 ........ n hf se qr, ne qr se qr nw qr 6 44 8 90 600 22 88 Keesey, Gee. W ...... e hf ne qr, nw qr neqr, ne qr nw qr 20 44 8 160 160 4 41 Keesey, Mrs. Cynthia ...................... e qr 80 43 10 1~0 870 10 Kelly, O. W .................... Kelly's Mill Site 6 100 8 10 ......................... s hf sw qr 2 41 6 ............................ se qr se qr 8 41 8 ............................ ue qr nw qr 11 41 6 160 868 12 08 Lockett, H. C .............................. aoqr 11 4t 8 160 do ................................. se qr 2 41 8 160 27~ 10~ 81 Lockett, V. E .............................. swqr 2 41 8 180 690 25 81 .................... e qr ne qr 8 41 8 ........................... nw qr sw qr 9 41 6 80 142 8 78 ........................... n hf nw qr 8 41 6 80 2.~7 8 05 .............. lots8,4, neqr swqr 31 41 7 do .................................. lot 4 0 42 7 160 4~5 12 55 Merryman, Minnie ........................ 8o qr 22 44 10 160 820 8 65 Mitchell, J. F .................... no qr, nw qr 28 41 8 320 1800 60 48 Mitchell. W. C ...................... lots 8, 4, 5 ~ 48 8 160 do ............................. n hf n hf 18 44 8 160 do ............................. s hf e qr 4 42 9 80 do ............................ n Iff ne qr 9 42 9 80 . do .., ................. lot 8, 4, e hf sw qr 18 48 9 160 do .................................. ne qr 38 42 9 160 1~5 52 61 Mudridge, J, M ...........................uw qr 7 41 10 160 420 12 4)1 ................................ se qr 22 41 8 160 1289 49 98 Moffat, A. H ................................ e hf 12 48 8 320 700 2~ 12 McCay, Perry ............................ ne qr 8 41 10 160 420 12 01 McFadzen, John ........................... no qr 4 41 7 160 580 15 17 MoFeo, John .............................. sw qr 28 41 9 I~0 1097 87 31 Newton, R. R .............................. no qr 7 4l 10 160 870 10 58 ~qoland, ~re, B, A ........................ uw qr St 4~ 9 160 ~00 6 73 @ H Pierson. Peter ........... w hf ne qr, so qr ne qr 1 41 9 1~0 900 858 Palmer, M. O ........................... shf ~qr 11 46 9 do ............................ w hf sw qr 12 46 9 180 150 ~ M Pattsrson, F. G., s~t ...... e hf w qr, w hf es qr 84 48 10 160 do0 11~'/ Pmserl, Max, est ........ w hf w qr, ne qr wqr 18 45 11 125 I~ $21 Parsons, J. H. and Co...w qr so qr, se qr nw qr, hf ne qr 1 46 9 120 do ..................... nw qr, n b~ ne qr 12 46 9 ~10 do ................ sw qr ne qr, hf ne qr 11 46 9 121) do ...e hf qr, nw qr so qr, w qr ne qr 3 is 9 150 do ...he qr ne qr, hf nw qr, nw qr nw qr 9 46 9 180 do .............. n hf nw qr, nw qr ne qr 7 46 10 120 do ...... w qr, sw qr nw qr, w qr neqr ~ /6 10 240 do ................ ne qr ~ qr, w hf se qr ~ ~ 10 120 do ................. es qr ne qr, e hf so qr 84 47 9 120 do ........................... |w qr w qr &5 47 9 40 t~l~ 158 Parish, Eli ................................ nw qr 20 tl 10 160 710 20 81 ..w hf ne qr, se qr nS qr, ne qr seqr 21 46 2 100 ~0 1611 Phillips, R. M ............................ nw qr ~/ 41 9 160 ~ 81 |ll .............. hf nw qr, lots 8 4 3 41 7 1SO ~60 I~1 Post, T. I ............................. n hf es qr 25 48 1 do .................................. lots 3, S 80 48 3 160 ~10 ? t8 Ridenonr, H. C ....................... n hf so qr 12 ~ 10 do ............................ n hf w qr 7 iS 11 160 i~0 13 80 Bollin, E. H. and Sons ............. w qr so qr 27 47 9 do ............................ n hf ne qr ~ 47 9 do ............................ nw qr nw qr 85 ~7 9 160 do ................ so qr sw qr, s hf es qr 21 /4 9 do .......................... w qr sw qr 2~ 44 9 160 do ........................... .~w qr sw qr 17 41. 9 do ............................ so qr so qr 18 /4 9 do ............................. ne qr ne qr 19 44 9 do .......................... nw qr nw qr 20 /4 9 160 do ............................. n hf n hf 22 44 8 160 880 21 08 Rlehardson, M. 8., est ..................... sw qr 1 41 9 160 700 ~0 08 Rand, Marguerite .......................... es qr 7 41 9 160 ~ 11 8'/ Rand, Stephen ...... w qr ne qr, so qr nw qr, ne qr sw qr, nw qr so qr 28 /4 9 160 |96 10 11 Rsoee, Tom ............ sw qr nw qr, w hf sw qr 25 ~7 9 do ............................ ~e qr ne qr 2"3 47 9 160 $80 10 11 Rose, Ed F, ............................... so qr 8 tl 7 160 690 19 7t ........ hf so qr, e qr se qr 10 4t 8 ........................... nw qr ne qr 15 44 8 160 1176 82 46 ........................... ne qr 9 /4 7 160 2025 68 90 I~dnner, D. J .......... , ........... undhf neqr tO 41 10 160 SO7 1987 I~mw, Mrs. Sophi ...... s hf ne qr, n hf so qr, qr so qr 85 41 6 do ........................... sw qr sw qr 84 41 6 2do ~ 59 59 ....................... e h~ne qr 26 48 8 ............................ hf nw qr 25 48 8 160 874 25 87 Singto~ Martha ........................... ~ qr 17 48 S 160 ~00 11 80 Snford, B. E ........................ u hf sw qr 5 44 8 S0 ~40 11 0| ~pp, J, M ............................ n hf ne qr 22 4? 9 do ............................. hf so qr 15 t7 9 1~0 ff/$ 9 .............................. nw qr 9 48 10 160 do ...w qr es qr, s hf sw qr, ne qr sw qr 4 ~1 10 160 906 SO 25 8tsin, C. C ............................. n hf n hf 5 41 9 160 do .................. hf nw qr, w hf ne qr 21 /4 8 160 do ................................. sw qr 19 41 9 160 do ..................................es qr 29 44 8 160 do ................................. nw qr 25 /4 10 1SO 1850 5~ 58 ~pert, August ...................... e hf sw qr 29 ~1 5 do ............................ hf nw qr $2 41 5 160 ~ S ~8 ........................... sw qr 3 41 7 160 ~ ~$ 24 ........ bf nw qr, w qr so qr, hf ew qr 11 41 6 900 M0 It 91 The State Ntional Bank D~nver ..... hf ne qr 82 48 8 do ........................... ~w qr uwqr 81 48 8 120 SO0 8 58 The New York Smeltins Co .......... shfne qr tO ~ /6 8 do .............. hf nw qr, nw qr ~w qr 21 46 8 200 475} III 11 The Globe Invmtment Co .......... w qr sw qr 12 t2 5 do ............... n iff nw qr, so qr nw qr 18 42 5 160 200 5 52 The Mosea I.~nd and Farm Co ............. es qr ~/ t3 9 160 820 11 8'/ The Inuranoe Trust nd A~enol~ Co...... me qr 22 42 9 160 ~0 11 $4 The Lombard IAquidation Co....sw qr w qr, s hf nw qr sw qr 17 ti 8 do ............................ hf es qr 18 /4 8 140 5~0 17 58 The L~mbard Inv. Co..nw qr nw qr, o hf nw qr 6 /6 10 850 3387 Vses, Jo~ B ........................... 3 hf hf 81 42 8 160 ~ 9 dO Woodman, W. E ..........................so qr 8 41 9 160 /40 18 88 Wintermute, W. S ......................... no qr 28 41 7 160 480 18 78 Wthsn, Joe F .............................. n hf 27 /4 10 ~0 790 20 61 Wills, Bobt ................. lots 8, 4, hf sw qr 51 41 9 160 9~0 16 ............................... nw qr 21 41 8 160 1/4") 80 25 .......................... nw qr 85 t~ 7 160 lif0 11 Wells, Mrlr .............. n hf w qr, s h~ nw qr 15 ~6 9 1~0 ~ ~ 19 We/Is, Joe, est ................ soqr, so qr ew qr 15 dO 9 200 do ................ hf ne qr, ne qr es qr ~ 48 9 120 do ......................... nw qr sw qr 25 4[6 9 40 do .................................sw qr It /45 9 180 do ................. hf ne qr, n hf so qr 5 /5 8 150 do ............................. n hf n qr 4 is 8 80 do ...................... w qr, w hf ~ qr 25 /8 8 ~A0 ~0 ~ ii iill~ i~:~ i!~:ii i:!~i :~ iiiii UNKNOWN LANDS--TAX OF x9oo. Unknown .................................. so qr 2 41 7 160 400 11/4 do ................................. nw qr 10 41 9 160 400 1| do .................. n hf hf, so qr sw qr 10 41 7 200 ~00 14 to do ........................... n. rne.r 1 . 9 dO ." ,. -,' do ................................. ne qr 18 tl 9 160 320 L1 87 do ................................. nw qr 18 41 o 9 160 ~ 9 15 do ................................. ne qr 5 ** tl 10 I~0 9 15 do ................................. nw qr 19 . 41 10 160 640 18 8! do ............... W hf w hf, ne qr nw qr 80 43 7200 ~00200 5~t~iil do .................................. so qr 15 , t2 8 100 5 67 do .... se qr nw qr, w qr ne qr, nwqr so qr, ne qr sw qr 4 t$ 9 160 SO0 7 49 do ................................. sw qr 85 42 9 160 200 5 7'~ do ............................. e hf hf 8 42 10 160 200 9 62 do ..................... ne qr, e hf nw qr 28 43 6 240 ~do S 87 do ................ hf so qr, nw qr so qr 25 t~ 6 120 120 | tt do ........................... ne qr ne qr 25 43 6 40 40 1 15 do .......................... nw qrnw qr 84 48 6 /0o dO 1 15 do .......... n hf, w I~ w qr, se qr sw qr 2t 48 7 /40 440 lg 59 do .............................. e hf lot 5 5 43 9 40 40 1 27 do ............ e hf lots 7, 8, 18, e hf ~e qr 6 ~ 9 900 200 |29 do ................ ' .lot 1, e hf lots 6, 7, 10 2 48 9 160 160 t do ................ , ........... so qr so qr 26 48 9 40 dO 1 07 do ................ hf ne qr, ne qr se qr 85 is 9 120 190 S 19 do .........................lot 8, 18, so qr 6 48 10 $'/~) ~0 10 59 do .................................. w hf 5 4J 10 320 8to 10 59 do ............................ w hf es qr S 43 10 80 80 8 64 do ...................... lotT, whf sw qr 1 48 10 160 160 5 do ............................ w hf nw qr 18 15 I0 80 80 $ 64 do .................. lots 9, 8, se qr nw qr 7 48 13 120 1~0 8 81 do ........................... w qr ee qr 20 /4 8 40 tO 1 11 do ............................. n hf nw qr to /4 8 SO to g do .............. w hf ne qr, ne qr nw qr '29 /4 8 120 120 8 81 do ................ s hf w qr, sw qr es qr 28 46 8 120 1~0 8 79 do ....................... ; ......... sw qr 8t /4 8 160 ~ 10 11 do ................ e hf nw qr, n bfwqr 22 /4 9"" 160 ~0 5 19 do ............................. n hf hf 8~ it 9 160 200 5 13 do .................................. so qr 8 44 10 160 ~0 9 8~ do ................................. so qr 27 /4 10 160 ~0 8 Iff~ do ...............s hf sw qr, ne qr sw qr 88 44 10 120 150 | do ............................ n hf ne qr 8 is 1 80 SO | 18 do ........................... sw qr w qr 7 iS 11 dO dO 1 do ...............n ht sw qr, w hf so qr 2 45 2 160 190 ~ do ......................... nw qr w qr 81 iS 7 40 50 1 54 do ...............e hf nw qr, ne qr sw qr 25 45 9 120 1to | 85 do ........................... se qr sw qr 25 iS 9 40 50 1 29 do ............... hf sw qr, ne qr sw qr 8 iS 10 120 150 8 91 do ................................. nw qr 85 iS 10 I~) ~0 8 8~ do ..... hf nw qr. w hf ne qr, s hf so qr ~t iS 1 240 9/0 S SO do ........................... nw qr no qr 20 45 8 40 do 1 07 do ..... ~s hf nw qr, ne qr nw qr, nw qr ne qr 5 48 9 160 180 ~ 87 do .......................... sw qr nw qr I 47 8 40 dO I 08 do .................... neqr, neqrnw qr 2 t7 8 200 ~00 5 $2 do ........................... ne qr nw qr 18 48 2 t0 40 I 48 do ............................ ne qr so qr 15 /8 8 40 dO 1 is do ........................... ne qr ne qr 18 /8 4 tO 40 1 do .............................. n hf n hf 17 45 4 160 160 8 6@ do ............................. n hf ne qr 16 48 4 80 1SO ~ do .............................. s hf n ht " 5 tl 9 le0 ~ t It