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ir WiMe'a full registered came on
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5. ;zx'.ot i'endlctoa is quoted as sajics
c ma can yd tell for certain
ha ui'.i canji'tTibc prizes at Chicago.
A the Au;u:a Chronicle says, the
una whiU m. make a eocxl crop
:h:jtar will be tic mia who iliJ not
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Cocztesjraan Ca'.ktos.of Indiana, the
HffsV.ic&n r-ualccc for (Governor of
tiat Sta'.e. iilnc of the youngest, hand
kui?s1 ati'l ab'.utof his rarty.
New York poliriciasj are ranch di
;Jdta lie IYtjUectial nomination.
lu?toj:rn: Lictiwcs appear to dis
trust each other, but may harmonize
l- r Democratic iucccss in KoTcmbcr.
Pasiel Macules and John Kelly may
Fanclc Hunt, o! New Orleans,
til accepti-d an cngaeaienl with the
Ixiaia Abbot Ojcra Troupe for next
Kjj a. She possesses a highly culti
ntcd Tt-icc. and has been for the last
t.Tcarpreparin2bcrclf for the lyric
s-ipe. Fanoio Hunt dAlma is her
U a reported that an engineer on the
Michigan Central Railroad brvs been
t-md $17,000 fr bis patent on an at
ticlaieat to steam cylinders which con
& zi tf.e vrastc from tho steam cock
cs s'.ariinc the engine, thereby averting
t:v. hissio noi.-o which is such a terror
TLo San Francisco Cull fears that thH
rrwnt DcmiKrratic leaders in Califor
JaJiss from tho outcome- of tho
Suite Convention, are unwise and dan
prou. It t.nys: "Wo know rf uo
ttter sxallcd party leaders who bavo
t tht2etvcs to work with such de
I.U::e parposo to reduco an incidental
Tt? Xeir York Time editorially
c-Aiai that Cleveland can carry New
Tcrk tya vote that no other Democrat
cacc-amandt and that it is equally
yxa that tha neighboring States of
CcczecHcat and New Jersey, and there
Uroc; probability that Massachu
New Hampshire would go
Senator Henry G. Davis, of West
f-, is father-in-law of Steve
i-j a warm personal and busi
lfco lof Ulaine, but ho publicly
Jtcii that he will work for Bayard-
lower, that ''ir we are to
UTf a ;-V.icau President, aficr the
l:a cf ttxU j am kU(1 it u nkc.
rE.A. Rarke. who beads
deration, is ono of
-ra. He raust bavo some deep
fJva Lit ",v: ' t t:i .. ..1
I opoa his nomination, ia spite
of withdrawal. Major
rper and eorrespondenco all
J-Jto toae possible- combination.
-rtbyMr.Tddcn will yutrur.
KtUtUTz cocsixament of Sash,
Lllci j at Factory price, jost
Tta Jacom-s Hardware Depotf
w U iU Uae to giv SaUh'a Worm
VOL. VIII: WILMINGTON. N. C. THURSDAY. JUNE 26,
Tho Democratic convention which
met jeterday at Ualeigh did its work
well and promptly. It has presented a
ticket f jr the vole3 of the pejulc of the
State which will bo overwhelm
ingly cctlarsed, from the scacost to the
mountain', while cirryins with
it a suro prcsli.j of a glorious
victory hi November. Our own
stx-tion has U-u handsomely con
sidered in th'j Lomination ol that
Callint gentlcmati. Mrj. Charles M.
SlcJman, for the second place on the
ticket. Scales and Stedman will be the
hloaa ot the parly from now until
November when tho eorIc of tho Old
North State will show their apprecia
tion of tke labors of their representa
tives in the Convention by rolling up the
biggest majority known here in many
J bey arc now goin'? to do a neat
thing in England, and it is nothing
more nor less than to play Shakespeare's
As-You Like It" in the open air in
the glade ot a real wood, Herman Vc
zin has charrro ot the arrangements.
When one considers the climate of Enj
land and the possibility of the actors
all having to use umbrellas, pcrhapsit
will be as you do not like it.
Tbe New York JhraUl accuses Sena
tor Ingalls of engineering, or attempt
ing to do so. a pension swindle that will
bankrupt the government. The Cows
ricr-Journal calls tho Kansas Senator
a 'bras3-bound demogogne."a 'shame
less caricature of a United States Sena
tor, who rendered himself tho oiator
and advocate of a new l'retorian Guard.
which assumes to put up the imperial
oflicc to the highest bidder.'
Mr. Havcmeycr. a brother of the late
Mayor Havemeyer, of New York, has
bt-cn declared by a jury to be incapable
of managing his own affa'.rs, from the
e fleets of the immoderate use of liquors.
His estate yields $C3.000 per annum,
which will bo managed (or the benefit
of his wife and six children, ranging
between nineteen and three years of
Oao of the richest men in Philadel
phia, Isasc V. Williamson, is hardly
every heard of. Although past 80, he
is yet active and spry and daily attends
tho Stock Exchange. His habits and
dress arc those of a man eking out a
subsistence, but he is popularly reputed
to be worth between $10,000,000 and
$20,000,000. He has no servants, no
luxuries, no "horses nothing whatever
to indicate his great wealth. lie is a
bachelor, with few relatives, and lives
bv himself. He is charitable, however.
and has given many large sums to de
Tho Sheriff of Auckland, Now Zea
land, Mr. Edward L Green, writes to
tha bydney. N. S. W., Iiullctin that he
suffered for years with an'injury to his
shoulder, so that ho could not use his
arm; ho tried all remedies witnout
benefit, and finally used St. Jacobs Oil.
In ten minutes be-was rcuevcu. anu
works with saw or spado as well as
IHOIX TO HEW ADYEBTISEMEBTS.
F C iliu-tu Conumlrcm
A tunic my of the Incarnation
FMKinu. Purser KoUcc,
J W Coxolev City Drug Store
J W Ilxsrcc Ste&mcr Passport
C W TATES Durln the Campaign
UtlxsiiEEGEK Klunck's SccUon Liner
' J D Bellamy, Jr. A tfy Mortgage Sale
XlcxDS Bros. A DeUosset Kx. Vanilla
Mr. Sol. Haas. Traffic Manager of
tho Associated Hallways, and Mr. S. C.
Doylston, (jencral Fricght and rassen
ger Agent of lb Charleston & Savan
nah It. U , are in tho city to-day.
Everybody in waut of Faints, White
Iad. Glass &c. should go to Jacobi's
to get best qualities and lowest priccs.t
The closing cxcrcfscs ot the Academy
of tbe Incarnation will take place to
morrow night at tho Academy. This
institution ot learning is under the
charge of the Sisters of Mercy, who
have worked carneitlv to advance the
educational interests of our people.
The entertainment to-morrow night
will consist, in part, of tho distribution
of prizes to tho children, a cantata,
which has been some time in prepara
tion, and which is pronounced to be
Tery Geo; re;talionsnd declamations.
TLe teachers of tho Academy are very
thorough and painstaking. Tand we
aro g-ad to say that their efforts have
been crowned with success. Tho price
of admission has been placed at only 25
cents, and wc hope that thcro may be a
crowded bouse to encourago tho pupils
and cheer the enterprise.
St. J nmcs Seminary-.
The closing exercises of Misses IJurr
& James Scnool were held at the
school room last night and were wit
ncsscd by a large assemblage of inter
ested and delighted spectators, among
whom wcro many of tho parents and
relatives of the pupils. The programme
arranged for the evening was quite ex
tensive and varied in its character.
embracing declamations, recitations.
calisthenics ami vocal and instrumcnta
music, all of which was fully carried
out. We havo not space to individual
ize or speak in detail of the really meri
torious efforts ot all the pupils; nor docs
it become necessary whero all did so
remarkably well. Wo must .allude.
however, to tho Salutatory, by Miss
Isabella Heinsberger; the song, "Peek
a-Doo," by Master Pierre Harriss, and
tho recitation ol Whittier's "Maud
Muller."by Miss Mary Bridgers, a
exquisite efforts. ' In speaking of these
we do not detract from tho merits o
the others, many of whom are deserv
ing of special mention.
The excelsior medals were won by
Miss Lula Garrell and Master Eddie
Munson, both receivmp 37 golden
merits, which was the maximum num
bcr. There was no failure by either
during the session.
Tho school prizo for the Jargest
number of lesson merits was awarded
to Miss Lula Woody.
The prize for tho largest number o
merits for punctuality and deportment
was awarded to Miss Katie Walker.
First class. First prize, to Miss
Ausrusta Ward: second prize. Miss
Second class. First prize, Miss
Augusta Mcrherson; second prize, a
tie between Misses Maude Hall and
Maggie Blue, in consequence ol which
a prizo was awarded to each.
Third class. -First prize. Master
Eddio Munson, tho excelsior medal;
second prize. Miss Annie Moore.
Fourth class. "First ' prize, Miss
Jennie VanOrsdell; second prize, Miss
Fifth Clas3 First prize, Mis3 Lula
Garrell, tho Excelsior Medal; second
prize, a tie between Masters Henry
VonGlahn and George Peschau, incon
sequence of which a prize was awarded
Sixth Class First prize, Master
George Crow; second prize, Mis3 So
Seventh Class First prize. Miss Lula
Woody; second prize, Miss Bessie
Eighth Class First prize, Miss Eliza
McPherson ; second prize, Miss Louise
Ninth Class First prize-Miss Mary
Barclay; second prize, Miss Lsther
First Class A tie between Misse3
Augusta Moore and Annie Mearcs, and
both were awarded prizes in conses
Second Clas3 A tic between Misses
Augusta McPherson and Lucy Moore,
and both were awarded prizes in con
Third Clas3 Miss Annie Moore.
Miss Fannie VanAmringe and Mas
ters Charles VanGlaun ana "jreorge
Crow were three earnest workers for
the excelsior medal and had received the
maximum for more than two thirds of
the session, when they were -prostrated
by sickness by which they lost tffeir
chances. As a slight testimonial of
their teachers regard and sympathy
for these proficient pupils, they were
presented with floral offerings.
The first class of young ladies having
completed and been thoroughly exam
incd in several of their studies, receiv
ed certificates. This class was compos
ed of the" following young ladies:
Misses Mary VanOrsbell, Mary Anna
Hall, Athaba.Lippitt, Augusta Moore,
Isabella Heinsber and Lula Agostini.
Tho first case for tbe Mayor con
sideration this morning was that of
Emanuel Sylva, a lad who was charged
with interiering with au officer in thfcrih!iri j.,ir win be uaidon
discharge of his duty. It was all about
a dog and the testimony was flatly con
tradictory, but His Honor, after care
fully examining the witnesses and
weighing the evidence, imposed a fine
of $3 on the defendant, when tbo latter
Robert Manning, colored, charged
with the larceny of a pair of trousers,
was required to give a bond in the sum
of $50 lor bis appearance at the next
term of the Criminal Court, in default
ot which ho was committed to jail.
Death ol Mr. John Lloyd.
We regret to learn of the death of
Mr. John Lloyd, on last Monday night,
at the family resiileuce. near Armour,
in Bladen county. Sir. Lloyd had been
sick for several months past, having
contracted a malarial disease in Georgia,
where ho has been engaged in railroad
woik ior some ycar3 past. lie wa?
brought home recently, but, alas? only
For Smith ville and the Forls.
There was a large party went down
the river this morning on the rassporl
to enjoy the excursion gotten up by thej
Howard Relief Fire Engine , Company.
Accy nave nau a pleasant uay anu we
doubt not have had an abundance o
enjoyment, as me management are
skillful in making thier excursions pe
culiarly enjoyable. With plenty to eat
and drink, good music and rare oppor
tunitics for dancing a happy time Is but
a foregone conclusion.
A colored nurse, having two babies
in a carriage, Btoppeil in front of Mr.
Solomon's, corner Market and Frcnt
streets, to-day, and ; leaving the car
riage, went into the store to make some
purchases. She was not sufficiently
cautious, however, about the way in
which she left tho carriage, which from
some cause probably a gust of wind
statted and ran into the gutter, where
it capsized and threw its precious
freight out upon tho pavement by which
one of tbe babies received some seyere
cuts upon the face and head.
It is understood that Mai. Chas. M.
Stedman, the candidate of the Demo
cratic party for the position ot Licutcn
aut uoyernor, win return to tne city
to-night and that a large number cf his
frieuds and admirers will be present at
the Front street depot to meet
him oa bi3 arrival. We understand,
also, that the Cornet Concert
Club will parade with full ranks to
greet, with their most harmonious
strains, the return home of Lieut.-Gov.
Mai. Stedman will arrive here on the
10:10 o'clock train from the North and
he Cornet Concert Club will serenade
him at the Purcell House.
We regret to learn of the death of
Mr. J. C. Hamlin, which oqpurred very
suddenly at his residence at Magnolia,
Duplin county, yesterday. Mr. Hamlin
came to North Carolina about six years
ago, from Greensville, Mercer county,
Pern., as the representative of the firm
of Hamlin & Sons, Engine builders at
the latter city. He wa3 naturally of a
delicate constitution, and he found the
ciimato of North Carolina so congenisl
that he concluded to. make it his future
home. About five years ago
he married the widow of
the late Mr. L. A. Merriman, by whom
he was blessed with ono child. He was
the postmaster at Magnolia and had
been in his usual health," which wa
never robust, up to an hour or two be
fore his dtath. In fact it was but abou1
that time before he died that he was in
a store in that village making some
purchases. The deceased was a very
peaceable, quiet, unobtrusive citizen
and his loss will be deeply felt by his
many friends. He was about 35 years
of age. ..
We invite the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory, tf.
MKYLAND BAKER At St. Paul's Evan.
Lutheran Church, June 25tb, 14, by Rev. V
W. K. Peschau, Mr. JOHN M. MKT LAND
to Ml&s CARRIE L. M- BAKER, both of this
-Yy"ILL -VOr MAKE HER REGULAR
trips down the River, FRfDAY and SATUR
DAY, June 27th and 2Sth.
lose 26 It J. W. HARPER.
piOUPOSS OF THE CITY FALLING DUE
presentation at the Flrt National Back of
Wilmington. JOHN D. TAYLOR,
Jane 2C it City Treasurer.
City Drug Store.
, 210 MARKET STREET. ,
NO CONUNDRUM ABOUT THIS :
Sods Wter at 5c per glass J t can't bo
good at 21 or 3 cents per gUs; (too much
loam and gas). Drugs and Clears In great
Tariety. My oda Water U alwaj gooi. It
ean't be excelled erery day. Jly Cologne la
lh bus: to be had. Ice Ctc am Sda occasion
SiiT. Call on OLD- JIM CONOLSY.
Jaie25 . . Manager.
JLL TESSOXS NOT MEMBERS OF THE
Carolina Yacht Club, ami not quests of mem
berg, ar forbUMen to trespass upon tbe
grounds of the CInb, or enter the Club House
oa the Banks at WiighlsvlHe. under pctiaUg.
The ehorcs execptel to fishermen.
F. M. KING,
Attention Democrats !
jyjAJOE CHAKLUS MANLY STEDMAN,
Democratic Nominee forLlcu'.cnant-Govcrncr,
will arrive TO NIGHT at 30:10 o'clock. The
Uoroei concert Club will Serenade him at
10:3), at the TurceH House.
Let all Democrafa turn out to vclcoinc our
Academy of the Incarnation
rjlHE ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF Prizes
at the Academy of tbe Incarnation, will take
place at tho Academy, onTO-MORKOW (FSI-
DAT) EVENING, 27th Inst., at S o'clock, on
which occasion a highly interesting ENTBC-
TAINMENT, which has been some time In
preparation, will he presented by the Young
Tad lea. Admission 25 cents
June 2G It
BY VIRTUE OF THE POWER OF SALE
contained In a certain deed of mortgage
made by a L. Fremont and wife, ct al, to Wf
A. Gumming-, recorded In Brunswick county,
In Book iT, pages 25 to 30 of the office of lieg
later of Deeds, and which said mortgage, and
the debt thereby secured, was in due course
of assignment, transferred to William M. Cum
ming, the undersigned as Attorney for said
William M. dimming, will expose for sale to
the highest bidder for cash, at nubile auction.
at the Court House door In the city of Wil
mington, on Monday, the 4th day of August,
1S4, at 12 o'clock, M. the following described
property situate In Brunswick County, known
as clarendon Plantation. Beginning on the
West bank of the Cape Fear liiver at the mouth
of the Canal, runs thence up said Canal S. 62 W
1x4 poles to a China tree on the highlands dl
rectly In front of the dwellinar, thence N. 52 W.
3fJ poles to a' China tree, thenco S. 72 W 854
poles to a stake, thence h. 74 W. 41 ples to a
stake, thence s. G3 E. 282 poles to a dogwood
tree, i thence S. 80 E 201 poles to a blck gum,
thence N. 24 E. 11G poles to a stake, thence E,
124 piles along a bank, to the Cape Fear Elver,
thence along the banks of the river aboat 2t5
poles to the mouth of the Canal, the besin
ning, Also one other tract, beginning at tne
mouth of said Canal, runs thence along the
nrsi ot tne above mentioned tract to the high
land to a China tree, thenco N. 52 W. 3) poles
to a China tree, thence S. 11 W. 354 poles to a
near the run of Beaver Dam Creek, thence
along the meandering of said creek to the
rlcefield. about 220 poles, thence with said
creejconthe north side n. 50 e. iaa poles to
the junction of Beaver Dam with Mallorv
Creek, thence with said Mallory Creek to the
river, about 120 poles, thence along the banks
tncreor to the beginning, containlnir by csu
mate 1,000 acres more or less.
J. D. BELLAMY, Jr.,
pOR WRIGHTSVXLLE SOUND, will leave
bacthcrland's Stables DAILY at G P.M. sharp.
Returning, will leave Sound at 7 A, M. sharp
juoo 25tf T.'J. SOUTHER LAND.
Blimck's Section Liner.
rilUE MOST PERFECT INSTRUMENT
FOR THE PURPOSE.
Simple in construction.
Cannot get out of order.
Easy to manipulate.
Turns out even and accurate
work every time.
Can be used on any part
of the Drawing.
Price only Five Dollars.
For sale at
j unc - j
Live Book and Music Stores
Lemons. Butter. Lemons.
TlUST RECEIVING BY A. C. LINE and N.
Y. Steamer, all of which will be sold low In
quantities to suit. SM bushs. Va. Meal. 73
Boxes lemons, ?5 tubs Va- and N. Y. Butttr,
Michigan Flour, Virginia Flour. Bacon. Laid,
&c. " E. G. BLAIR,
j une 12 No. 19 N. Second Street.
I KEEP A FULL Ll OF FINE GRO
ceries. Dry Goods and all otr.er articles to
be found In a first clas store. In landing at
the Steamer's wharf pass op through tbe gate
and turn to tbe left and my id ice Is about 50
yards distant. Give me a call
J. A. WESCOTT.
may 29 1m Smlthyllle. N. C
gTOVES, TIN WAReT
W ATE K COOLS Kt.
ICE C.REAM FKEEZER3, at
PARKER 4 TAYLOR'S.
PURE WHITE OIL. lane ?3
LADE3 AND YOUNG MEN TO TAKE
nice, pleasant work at their own home; $2 to
lr day easily made; work sent uy mail;
no caaraAslBg. Address r. RJDD A CO . Da
buqae, Iowa. jane 17 ct
Hon. A. M. WaddeU."-
yE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOCNCK
HON. A. M. WAD DELL as candidate for
Congress from the felatu District, su'ject to the
action of the Democratic ConvtnXa of the Da
may 12 tf . : , ..
' . rLSAS: NOTICE. ' " -
TTt will be gixi rcectra ccaerr'cAtloa
froa enr friends on auyJaasJ all mtjecti
ccaeral Interest Cat -v,
Tha saasa cf me writer ratat always U
fc&fcedi to the Effltorv v:-
KCommaikatlfflM writes , eV cal
one tide of the paper. --rtrsoa&Ittlcs
must bo avo!dct; r'.1'' r . '
am a la especially and parttcclaxly cater
who iwt aoca not always cacSoit
the views of correspondent vaLUin as state
In the editorial wlojai.? . -.- -'
NEW ' ADVERTI SEMJ2HTS.
JJOCG HT FOR SPOT CASH FROM SET-
eral of the wholesale houses a larje surplus
cwvk ,a uanu inrocgn IDC TCAt dCprCUlOB
In trade, we are prepared to offer . 0 i-,
As follows : : . - , - ;
Wc will commence on coCsets t i i 1 ' ' '
ji u;nu vorsci ior sue.
A fiae Caroline- Corset reduced to 5Cc
A Corset in any color, Pink, Blue, Black.
Cardinal and White Tor onlr tic. - - .
An elegant CourtUe Coisct for 75e: UiU Cor
Tr.vvL w "V".5n in w7 oiucr home for
lets than One Dollar - , - ...
rTV.'? 'OTKNSION CORSET. Spoon
Bust, tl.25; true value Ono .Dollar and Fifty
JC and G. Double Bust Moulded Corset. '
C. and P. Tmported Corsets. Afuenuralng
F?.??1' ,A fo11 assortment of Mitsc and
children Corsets. A great many other
Corset?, which wo are now ready to how and
sell at a very low llrurc at- -
Next on tho list: . " '
r;?KT COVERS la every stjle and price.
1ANS, wc will cell a highly decorated fold
ing Fan for 5. 10, 2-, 2Sa ana upwarda, wcU
HAND SATCHELS, PARASOLS,;
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, f ;
LACE3, IIAtS, GLOVES,
MITTS, In any color, style or size, at aston-
ishiogly low prices. No one urged to buy, but
come and eee the bargains for yourself. " '
THE COOLEST STORE FOR LADIES' TO
SHOP 'lN IS " " '( 1
118 Market St' , .
June 2i WILMINGTON. N. C.
Goods sect C. O. D. to any part of the coun
try, with tho privilege of examining b'fore .
paying. v . , -
During the campaign.
TE W1LL FURNISH NEW YORKPA
PEUS at the followirg price: , , i, I
HERALD, (including Sunday) per week 25c.
t : 4
TRIBUNE, " '
YATES' ROOK STORE, ;
junc 23 119 Market Street.
JpOR FISHING TACKLE, 1
. W. t. SPRNGER A CO'S.
19. 21 and 23 Market Street
The largest and best assortment ever offered
la this market. June 23
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
Munds Rros. & DeRosset,
Munds Bros. -& DeRosset,"
Manufacture a delicious , "
Extract of Vanilla.- . ,
Flavor your Ice Cream. '
Custards and Pastry with It
And be made happy and contented. .
This Extract la used In the
Ice Cream, which has given '
MUNDS BROS. A DliUOSSET'S ICO '
Cream Soda Water such a 1 (
Splendid reputation. ,
jce cream; soda every day this wccn:.
Nothing of the kind equals it.
Rendezvous for Ladles. , .
Marketand second Sts.; '
iune 23 i WUmlngton, K. C.
coirjc i : : ;
QUR LARGE STOCK OF FINIS SHOES
for Gents andLadlea Is EAST.GOING, but we
have enough yet on hand to SUPPLY THE
WANTS OF ALL. ' ' ' 'c r :.
NEW GOODS arrlvlPg l EVERY.; WEEK,
. j . . i. - r V i j
comprising ALL THE LEADING STYLES.
Geo. Ii.JFrcncIi &Sons,
10S NORTH FROST STREET.
--yHY IS THE tTEAMER PAS3TQRT
like a Stiing Band ? Because It cannot do
without its Harper!' " '
DRUGS, PEBFCM ES, , SOAPS, ' FANCY
and Toilet Articles, &.
e'er Prescriptions a tperiaHy at 4 ' s !
F. C. MILLER'S.
Correr Fourth ana Ncn sfs
Something Mewi J
A FIRST-CLASS ICE CREAM. PARLOR
u.i tbe corner or rront and sluJbcrry street.
where purest Cream la the city can be found.
Ladles and gentlemen aru reJi-ccUttUr lnrllcd
Ordera promptly filled and dehTewd free of
&MR3. J.L. FISllEtf.'
iune 17 lm
A ND SO0SD PAEJTE AtlS KOW THR
A order cf tb day. 1 Uhlax at the Cocks'!
mu x ihe "tiUiiiCsh Ground" I at Its bet.
c Ublsg voIca and lines .are .n-vt the only re'
qoUlted for an enjoya&le and aufcessfol day's
recreation lieforc yoa start oat on your ex
curcion, etlK-r foj kk river or to the Coand.
eiii at jicuutYA.T5,j; nowui cx you up.
all the rt cetera atcuaxtf ux to occiloa.