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YV LLMINGTON. N. C MONDAY, MAY 26, 1884.
!,t'tf?i. or tiny newspaper
,r.;:w i,r frml n never more
V.-i 1 1 lur-; ther..
f f - m f.t 4. . r . A a t ft
:ht Presidential light
. aj-t t stride Sxretary
-n !! outJhlu ul the
.. flt. tt.i0.ioo.000 id money is
. rt to be convinced mat
. . tt:
".'i;ntl reals J expected 40 per. cent.
, . fr.. ii an bcdiest transaction.
. .... -r White. rc.n:am near
1 1-3. N. V-. : fi1 fortune at
" i i.utter matiufactare. He
I tei!-. $10,000 He sroculat
.-ftn loi hii money, and died
j vl-;XT3. the locality made famous
tjite chtr.e i f the Light Cavalry
t-iiJ. no blJ fa,r 10 lccooie a
fiX :b reoit for invalids. A
.,i;cv35mi?un reported very
itiriyoaits sheltered position and
U::er I r Mexico marked on the
; .verland" are dispatched
i :;e riilnad road route; but those
t :scirkid go by tho steamhip linef
ixz;yZ tc3 or sixteen days. Those
Ijitera.-nad reach their dcn.natior.
;ai.teor ix days.
So Western newspapers are very
twr.'3.clof space. la spentins of
i.s Xi:ional t'.reenbncL Convention
vth will uuet Indianapolis on the
nh tt this mmtb. they call it the N
li. (Vnvi-nti n. Sjnietimes there is a
crat doal in & name.
At a bull fiht on Sunday, May A. at
Monterey. Mexico, a woman was ad
Tcrtiiedtoenttrthe riagae a fighter
i veu the bulJ rht spectators b
c:rd to thi brutalistu. and the jud.cci
li.lcd acuupre of extra bulls t i make
u? for it oaiiision.
Ia repfy ta a question about the effect
a real estate, Mr. Astor said the in
iieccv id the panic would not be felt
there until next autumn. It followed
a a matter ot course thai if tenants
were unfortunate in business the bouse
vner would also suffer.
The Georgia Republican delegation
to Chicago, composed almost exclusive
ly of Federil ctliciats. is solid for
Arthur. The Chicago Tribune mourn
fj'.ly bewails that thcVwhole twenty
f o jr cau bo counted on to offset tho
votes of twenty four lllaino men in
Iowa, which gives G0,CO0 to 60 000 Rc
rab'.ican maor,ty at l'residenlial elec
IIOU TO RCW AOYIRTISEUCITS.
II C BKOCK-L'Og4
lolullooa of TLks
Fiiuicr A Sujreslloii
Ml. E KARRF.K- VnoU.fr Ixt
HKl!4Rj.iiOEC A Unman timer.
C W TArE.-rbur4h Albums
I A .Mirii-Chll lien' CarrUgth
Thus C CRAi r.A5i-rurr.Uurc
P L RRlDGkHA Co-Lar?e Supplj
W K Stringlk A C'o-llcJiuArten
Gills A Ml-rciuson Water Coolers
McDoCGALL & Cowukx Lap Uobes "
Y C 2JILLEK GUiou'a Imporlcl Caolf
Geo. K. French A SoshCIosIos Out
1-amllj Excursion L. Ii. Literary Society
Mods Brj. a UeUosslt a SugEeitlon
Cbaogc of Salllo Days lU'tlmore Stcamstlp
Cornelhi Harnett Council No. Zit Itoyal
Grand Family Ecurlon Y. I. A. of St.
Paul's Kt L. Church
The receipts of cotton at Ibis port
to-day foot up only 1 bales.
At 3 o'clock th.s allernoon the ther
mometer in this ollice registered 85 dc
Iiev. Dr. iritchard is announced to
preach at Smiihville on Wednesday
night, the-Sth inst.
There was no City Court this morn
tng, and no tramps applied lor lodgings
a, the guard house last night.
Cornelius Harnett Council No. 231,
Royal 'Arcanum,, meets to-night at 8
The Sunday School of St. Mark's
Church had an excursion on the 1'ais-
pirt to-day and there was a big crowd
There was a large congregation at the
First Baplist Church last night to listen
to Rev. Dr. Pritchard'.-i ablo and in
structive sermon on (lamblini? He
was listened to with proiouud alteution
Personal aud Political.
Col. II. H. Short, of Columbus coun
ty, who has been absent for nearly
three weeks on a business trip to New
York, has returned and was in the city
to-day, and passed what to us was a
very pleasant half hour, in our office.
Ili3 conversation was interesting and
instructive. He is a gentleman or close
and careful observation of matters and
things, and his views upon the situa
tion in National politics, which ho gave
toconsiderable length, are worthy of
In his opinion, tho prospects of sue
cess for the Democratic party in the
approaching campaign are bright and
cheerful much more so than they were
immediately after the defeat .of the
Morrison Tariff bill in the House ot
Representatives and are growing
brighter and more hopeful every day
There has been a decided change i the
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
THE BEST VALUES EVER GIVEN
IN CLOTHING !
IS THE UNANIMOUS VEKDICT 15V AIX WHO HAVE BOUGHT
from or examined our stock. Our tratlc thus far has cxceciled by far all fonnffr
seasons. Every day is a rush with us, every one is served promptly and with
perfect satisfaction. We spare no pains to please and tell the honest truth in
every case. THIS IS NOT POLICY, IT IS PRINCIPLE.
W wifl UigUd to rccctTa comacalciUoi
from our frlcada cm any. aad &H ray tcis
seatraliatereat bol ; ': " '"
1,The aaaM of tha wilier must aJwtyi
'.CornmnTilcatlonaiaTiai b wrtUaa om omVj
oxaj aide of the papcr.v;':" "!".':':. '' " - '
PorscmaSUesmust be arolded.
And It U especially aaa parUculaxry csrer
J stood that the Editor doe not alwaya eados e -
the rcyn of corrcBpondcaU xxsleu ao "state 1
tn-the editorial eohxsiuk .
NEW Al VEKTISE2UENTS
We guarantee ttfsave you 20 per ct.
If you need a real good Crst class
cooking stove, don't fail to see the Ex
celsior Pcun.. Zeb. Vanco and New
Emerald, besides others. They are to
bo found at factory prices at Jacoci's,
who is the manufacturers agent. t
The L. D. Literary Society have char
tered the rassport for Friday next, and
on that day will give an excursion to
Smithville. the Forts and outside the
Bar. Tho harpers havo been engaged
and it promises to be a delightful event.
A grand family excursion will be
given on the Passport on Wednesday
under the aupices of tho Y. P. A., of
St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The
harpers have been engaged and re
freshments will be served on board.
Tho Chattanooga Times says that
tUis is the best time to build mills and
lictories ot a!' kinds and gives tho fol
lowing sound reasons for the s:atc
ir.cnt : A furnaca or cotton factory can
iw be built for Irom J0 to 33 per cent
I'i than the cost of tho same in l-vvJ ;
t r that much less than cither can b e
erected two years hence. They will bo
rca fy fur tho next inevitable boom, un-
ttr the happiest suspice. It is calcu-
1 tied that mtho 21 new cation nulls
i building ia tho South, estimated
U cuj: 21,000.000 , at least $ I.000.00
Mr. George Vettcr, Jr., Abercen,
Iskou Ter. writes: Both in mv
Iiily and stable I keep constantly a
i plTof St. Jacobs Od and una it to
t tae best remedy ever used.
e iavite the attention of ourcitizens
to the fact that first quality shirts arc
W;o aide to order at one dollar at the
"taingtoo. Shirt Factory. ti.
The H.,...! i,..-.;..i- ..,.iil.vitt V
- ii aaar a
tra for the season. June .
1: cf IloirJ as follows :
ranea: Rates. 2.50 and $3 p-r
: 51? ir single week: S15 per
ir single month; griper week
.? ; l,m OTor one month.
u.Mff n under 10 years and nurses,
si-i ial meal hours for children and
IteXew Pavilion Building is oiHn
a l times for the reception of the
Oir Rail R-m is free lo the guests
i i.k hotel. All i'hfrs are exiected
' ray for ballroom privik Ticke's
lf 1-rocured at hotel otlice or cafe.
iaf, auppiit at 11 times with cool
V.y.rr. Ic aad Hatables of the
i rvrilon uu"y u"d in first-class
-uoh looms, at reisonable prices.
uar rnend and the public generally
are mvitd to give u a trial.
Ttc subject of Rev. Dr. Yates1 dis
course at the Front Street M E. Church
yesterday morning was "Novels and
Novel Reading." It was an able dis
course and full of interest and instruc
tion. There was no service last night
in that church.
It seems now as though the Southern
Telegraph -Company will eventually, in
the course of human events, complete
its fine ti this point. Wo understand
that its poles are being trausported
along the line ot the Wilmington and
Weldon R. R. and wc presume that the
lines will follow, some of these days.
Thc National Republican Convention
will bo held at Chicago, Ills., commen
cing on Tuesday, Juno 3d. Tho dele
gates Irom this Congressional District
arc Capt. E. J. Pennypackcr, of this
city, and Hon. W. P. Bynum, ot Char
lolte. The delegates for the Slate at
largo are J. J. Mott, W. S. Dockery,
J. II. Harris, colored, and J. E.
Mr. J. Hal Boatwrigbt and family
returned to the city on Saturday from
two weeks visit to relatives and
friends at Hillsboro, in this State.
Tho Crand Chapter Royal Arch
Mascns of North Carolina, Dr. Eugene
Grissom. Grand High Priest, will hold
its annual convocation at Elizabeth
City on Wednesday, the 23th inst. The
delegates from this city will leave here
for Elizabeth City to-morrow morning.
Onslow K. It
A ca'l for a public meeting to be held
in the Ciy Court Rooai , on Wc Jnes
day, a. 12 o'clock, is made in the ad
vertising column of this i.sue. This
U the meeting spoken ot in the Review
sotffe two weeks ag. It is hardly ce
cessary for us to urpe upon the repre
sentatives wereoflhii city tf attend
this meeting for wc .believe that they
are all deeply interested in the propos
ed road aud we believe that thev are
all in lavrr of it. Wc hope that some
dcCnite determination may be arrived
at on this occasion.
on every dollar you will buy of in, and every garment we sell will prove
to ba exactly as represented or the moueyrefundeu
political sentiment in New York, which Don't fail to call and examine our $10 Worsted Suits, warranted fast color.
is the commercial and financial centre and really worth $15. Children's Suits for 90 cents worth Si .50
of the country, and this has been
strengthened and intensified since the
recent panic, in which Grant & Ward,
besides several other firms and hanks.
collapsed and brought ruin and poverty
to thousands of confiding people. Mil
lions upon millions of dollars, which
had been deposited with these banks
and bankers, have been squandered in
wild speculation and riotous living by
thoso with whom the treaure bad been
entrusted, and many of the poor de
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER,
114 MARKET ST.
Heat and Rain.
Yesterday was a hot day, the ther-
frauded and impoverished victims are mometer indicating 87.6 degrees at the
left without a dollar in the world. Signal Office. This made it the hottest
Theso gross wrongs have had their le- day of the season, with I one exception,
giti mate political effect, and many of the 11th inst., when the thermometer
the sufferers turn from Grant aud his ihdicated 88.0 degress at the same
associates, who have faiJed.Jand ask for office. There were line showers in tho
Tilbcn, who has never failed. The sen- afternoon during which tho rainfall
timent is strongly in favor ot ldden as amounted to 63-100 of an inch. It-was
the standard-bearer of the Democratic much need and was a glorious help to
party in the next campaign, and the the dry earth and the growing crops.
wish grows stronger and more positive
"yyilY IS 1TIIE STEAMER PASS POET
like a String Band ? Because It cinnot do
without Ita Ilarper!"
DHUGS. PERFUMES, SOAPS, FANCY
and Toilet Articles, &c.
Prescriptions a speclaUy at
K. C. MILLER'S,
may 6 Correr Fourth an-l Nun ats
Family Excursion !
N THE STEAMER PASSPORT TO
ly apparent every day.
SmithMlle, the Forts and Outside, FRIDAY,
MAY 30th. 1S34. Benefit of the L. B Literary
Society. . Music by the Italian Hirpera.
Round trip, adults. 5a cents each, and Child-
J. I. C&ntwelL- of Co. "C" North ren 25 centa. Mies Sue U. Northrop. Mr. W.
I M Cliinmlnfr M. V. Q rpAnnont U..tffr
c?... f 1 i. 1 I ... " -"-V"W"V"" '" I I
vsaiuuua uiat uuaiu, temiucu i uommmee. may m -t m tn
night from attendance upon the meet- BAND FAMILY excursion to smith-
ing of the State Military Board which vj ville and tub forts, on steamer
nrno in oonotnn i.nf i. .f a Di,iii I PAS8PORT, under the au3pices of the Y. P.
was in session last week at Asneville. I a et ai u ? m v. iul t-. v hm
The Monroe Enquirer, speaking of
the Congressional timber in this dis-
Lriti- tava : i 1 . . i ?n
I .r . , , was in. session lasi weeK ai Asneyiue. A. of St. Pani's e l. church, wkdn ksday.
VOi. Aiircu ai. w aaaen, oi v"r The Board was com no3ed of Adiutant- MAY 2Sth, iS6t. Italian Harpers will furnish
mington. and Col. R.Tyler Bennett, of t, oara wa3 composeu oi AqjuiaDi Muslc at clfy prlces Boat
Wadesboro have announced them- General Jones, Inspector-Lreneral win leave at 9 o'cioa. Round Trip toc;ChUd-
,i;rMn.rApnnnrnc y, I c r vunnin l ;f re? icjtets can oe had oi the committee
CHirauJUiuumaiBJ ii vu6im wui vuiwwii, itmugiuu, J. 11. Keeder. GCO. II. HeVCr. C. W. Polv02t
mis district., major iowu, oi uanuuiu. Kobinson and Trivate Uantwell. lhey ocnuisen, jr. may zu it
iunoShimseSbat'ltis probable bad laborious session daring which,
that he will be in the field. We learn witn other worK, tncy prepared a ook
, - .
LL PERSONS INTERESTED IN BUILD ,"
INU A RAHJIOAD TO ONSLOW wUl lco
meet at the City Court Room, on Wedncedar.1
My 2Sth, 1S3 1, at 12 o'clock,' II. ?
may23 2t COMMIT TKK. i
QF EVERY DESCRIPTION, -
MATTRESSES, f ' -
WINDOW SHADES, . . 1 '
OIL CLOTH, ; . ' ,
BABY CAlflUAU,: V i S
MOSQUITO NETS. " ' '
AT ";' ,
, ' CRAFT'S, . . '
mayG f Furniture Store,
ANOTHER 1 xIOT
OFu ! ";:' i . -
EXPECTED BY WEDNESDAY. ?
MILAN" CHIP snd all tho Rough Straws, to.
popular now.' Every possible shade of Teat It
ers and other Tilmmliogs. ' New lot of Taia
so', white and colors, all prices. Clout.
Lisle, Kid and Lace. New Stiraptng Pitterf s.
Respectfully . j. -
MISS E. KAItRElt.
may CC Exchanu 4L'orner, '
that Col. B. It. Moore, Solicitor oi 0f rules and regulations for the guidance f)N and after june ioih, all dogs
tbe Criminal Court of Wilmington. nF.hfl ctate finnrd and Militia in all its I r,.,
11 be strongly urged by his friends for .7 TV ; OTunoticJ 6 5&
3 positionT Besides the gentlemen details. It will be quite an exhaustive be MllcJ Bajges for gale at Trcasurci.
named above, either of whom would work and will be published as soon as
. . M. . A I - .
give satisisction to me pany in possible.
tnis countv. tnere are a numoer oi oin
crs in tbe District who would make
available candidates. Among them we
may mention Maj. - Montgomery, of
This tribunal convened at the Court
may '2G Ct
H. C. BROCK,
Chief of Pol!cc,
W. E. SPRINGER & CO'S.
Concord. Col. Ham Jones, of Charlotte. House this moraine. His Honor Judge 170R fishing tackle.
Uo . yy. I, oteeie, 01 uocKingnam, ana Q p Meares presiding and Solicitor
Col. Rowland, of Lumberton. Kach of . . , . . f
these gentlemen will probably be sup. B. R. Moore appearing in behalf of the
nnrtprt hv their rcsoccnvo irienus. dul i lniercsis 01 mo owu. xuo wutuius
A tklnl. nmlxiklA that ilia rvntoQt fni I . a : I 19. 21 and 23 Market Street
w is liiiu . ib Li uuawiv ..uav .uv wvukMi .w i nnnrii w ru uuusuuicu iu uiuuauuciiui: mi l 1 i i . . - .
.i K Ktan V . .. ... " . S.mu wa wwnww ever oncwi
lUBuuuiiuauui. ... u unu grand jury and in the delivery Ot mtma market. may SO
UCUUCVt OLiU jfi. II caviuww. I . . a. 1 1. I I
tne cnarge to uuu oauio, u mo iftv Pl I rl I
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE WATER
Coolers received. Ice Cream Freezers
that rfve satisfaction. Refrigerators unon ufc
found to be the beat. Alao buy a GOOD COOK
STOVE, such as tho "Golden Harvest" and
others we have that are cooling to the cook's
PARKER as TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. may 27
North Water Street. sion of whicli the Court took a recess
Inrrmovin? the stens from tbe side- until 3 o'clock this afternoon. The
walk- in front of the Custom House and following compose me giana juiy :
l.inthRm inside tho buildiue there J. K- iana, loreman; x.o. enroeu
has been a great improvement made in er, C.'Schulken, J. H. BoatwriSht.-B.
the appearance of the street and the A.'Hallett, D. C.Davis. C.H. Heide,
chance is a real convenience lo those - v",MUUl1' " w
who do business on North Water Humpnrey. uuuauu, curies
troot The sidewalk is now comnlete Baker, Josiah Memtt. C. W.Iutch
on the East side of that street for its Jr- J AI Walker. B. Solomon, A. B. J'T
entire lenztn anu mere is no I vwi. v . - ass
1 . . ? . mm f.A kanntft An m
ODSirUCllOa to Uin. ih ucauwjr uu wu- I ni .
m. I- L - 1 1 J I
yenience. ine work uu ueeu uone n nlf. krM nronorticn of the most oniv nrfVr
N ENDLESS VARIETY. THE FINEST
assortment of Trunks. Bacrs and batchcls ever
osered in this city, saddles. Harness. Ruir
savs-" 1 Iea Phaetons, Road Waeons, Ac, at prices
McDOUGALL A BOWlEN,
n worm jrropi et.
. Next to D. A. Smith's Furniture Store,
faithfully and it is now to pedestrians intelligent colored people ot our town
what the stroet is to animals and assembled at the Court House on Sun-
vctncies an mat couiu oe oesirea. jiAi,Mr r n nM(iv
Mr. Pcscliau in Cabarrus. oreu. oi oi. larii s episcopal cnurcn,
, . T . . . . . e Wilmington. His personal apperacce
fhe Concord Register, in speaking of r . . . , ..
larftnnr.nnnri' rrrrri VVa hn.p ri r. fine
North Carolina College, at Mt. Pieas- . ir. , ... ,
interested himself m the establishment
itrArui f ho fill
u iimmcton. Deiore ine societies. ' c:iM, ti- crnB vXra when purchas-d l.i boxen of loo ia i.i tnm
speaker selected for his subject Man . the Capsule in a dry tnau;. additional efficacy
mission or lifti'a rent victories. IU13 ivbivus tn oen qasiuy, bou a. mauu. u iunrei, ana wc guaribteewcii Up&uJe lo
address w.u like cverlhir.g that is pro fatHnrer'a prices, can b3 found a
duced bythegitted Teschau, It was COH13 nXrd ware Depot
of a guild forjthe colored Kpiscopalians
eloquent, beautilul and eminently prac
tical. It jilistencd wuh bright lutta
ph(r., rare essays ol happiest wit ieisms
and sentences of d-ep practical counsel,
moral, educational anil sacred. It was
listened to eagerly by a larjre audience.
Kow In Padily Hollow
There was a bi row in the clasic
precincts of Paddy's Hollow this after
noon. Rocks were thrown and kniTes
were drawn and several aien were
knocked over bat theic were no lives
lot and not much go-e spilt. Wc could
n it It am the origin of the trouble nor
ny further proceedings, as the secre
tiry ot tbe meeting waa in biding.
When our reporter left the sceno no
arrest had been made but it is likely
th.v. the whole shebang will be brought
up before a magistrate,
JS THE SUMMER APPKOACHK.S AND
Chills and lever. Makrla. ant kindred dls
cases make Quinine a nccsotiy, wc euurgr et to
heada of families to buy onr Cap-iili of (,1x1
nine, sold in any .juinlUy. but much cheaper
1 1. form lii n re-
rdinff pricfe, number of grains In Capsule,
TIG DRIVE IN P.AEGAIN3. . L.VDIES
SLIPPERS selling cheap. ' We are cloUng out
lots of Ladies' Strap Slippers and Sndals at
$1 and $1.25 per pair, dood -alu5rln tto
goods. . . "
Geo. It. French & Sons,
u ' .. . - ; ; "
1 OS NORTH FRONT STREET.
oi ; Y ' .;
SPRING-FIELD HAMS !
. ' . ; .
' ,' ' . .
These HAMS arc tho FINEST sold In Wl!-
... . . . i '
mington, and CANNOT BE EACELED.
J. 3ES. -I53 SJ
of every variety and of tbe BEST QUALITY
received fresh ever, week.
P. L. BBIDGEBS.& OO.
HO North Front 8t.
ItESOLUTIONS OF THANKS.
At a rerular meeting of the Cornet Concert
Club. r?eld May 23. 1S4, he follow ing resoa
Uons were adopt d:
Resolved, That a ddicIidous tte of thanks
be extended tbe f re Department and cilUens
of Crinotte, wb joiDcl soenth-&Uti-aiiy iu
exerllne ever? c Curt to proaiote the esjovaent
o the C C. Ci-ib while in tteir city. A mil si
the klndnu and extreme hoai-iuilyof mat
beanteocs and delightful city (Cnarlotte),
where time floated so pletsantly, we. the mem
ben of thee C Club, could scarcely realize
at the expiration of the two days tpent la
Charlotte that the celebraUon and ibeir duties
as a brass band had reached its terminus. II
Is not necessary to add that the c C Club
aaxkwsiy aval: an opp rtan:ty to portray
more vividly thcl' appreciation "t ibe effons
of f belr kioa fjiesd.
Resolved, further. That their flccere thanks
are doe to ine gatlact fireaien of the Howard
Relief rire Engine Co. No. 1, far their uioi as
Ing efforts to snake their trip plcisant. and
tney win ever keep la tbe.r menu ry tne many j
ed at tholr hand.
II. D. BUkKIUUEB, f
J. D. SUmiDEAL.
contain amount represented
c, gladly given
Munds Bros. & DeRossetj
Drjgguts, Market -trct't.
ray?C WHmlojtton. N.C.
e orteales receive
tf. U. GRANT.
jtew tiocn CF RATTAN and ctheb
styles of C.IlLDBEN'i CARRIAGES recelv
cd this week. ,
SIOSUITO NETS, c, c
D. A. SltTZIL
miyt25 ruralUre, rroaiSitreet
IUE SECOND DAPTUTt CimtCU WILL
g.e aoothcr oe f hoo iaeanl Kaearioos
n tae din or .ii.n, cu tbe steamer PA.S9
POUT, u SoiiihriKe acd i be KorU and out to
.-ea. tf rrshmcnu of an kinds'ftt city price.
No'objcc'ionab.'e -niii llotd. I. W.
HARVr.Y, J. D. KKYSUtM. IT. It.. KI,
Of mmlt cj. . v St may 2. Jfcte 4.
A ROMAN SINGEIt.
NtW NOVEL. BT V. MAR?fNCRAW
FoKD, author of "Mr. Ii eC 'vt. 4 DudI
us, ao t to "Leeward. I 'val. lio -Of
a!l Mr. Cr4trrorij wurks tl rcont ir-irr.
ct:ng, capdvatlng, ardmaiteriy laA liocnim
Singer "rAs Wuk (loroslo). J ;
' Joat outan l for s.Je at ; ' iis
ma 23 Ltvfl Book wi'MoV Sions.
j-ovr i, sor wiiETiitn ; wh-shali.
sy & tariff on F'aifcct snVlrars thaia,! nt
where, w-rr, us je j g t ir c ' CCM L ib T
sad UtbT Kits.Kcail st .s'c.iOWAN'S,
HW O South Front Street,
ani you'ean solvo thVpryjle m, Abo, the bet t
Ciari utie dtj : I '.-laay Zi .