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Wilmington, n. c.. Wednesday, july 30, 1884. no. iso
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Th 1 - .: I flol lnnfAro n.t )ha nocomro r.f ofhill
P " circtilation, oj any imu
!Z sn the city of Wilmington:
of anv newspaper I tial electors, and the passage of a bill
reference to reapportionment. It
is also probable that a bill
will be passed similar to that enacted
last Winter providing for the appoint
Here is a very carious incident which
has come to our knowledge, A gentle
man residing North of the Wilmington
& Weldon R. R., set a black hen some
cw York. 7 . v
THOMAS A. UENDRICKS.
i on GOVEliKOK :
ALFRED. M'. SCALES,
FOll UEUT. (iOVEKNOR: .
CHARLES M. STEDMAN,
of New Hanover.
Tlie Fruit Fair Vance, Jarvls
and Green politics Person-
al A Busy Place and Time.
Goldsboro, N. C., July 29th, 1S84-
Deak Keview: Ihis thriving, go-
ahead , wide-awake young city is in one
of its busiest moods to-day. The trains
have brought in many people who
come here to attend the Fruit Fair,
which will open to-morrow. Nearly
all of these who have arrived have
brought with them samples ot tne pro-
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dav bv meetings at Staunton ana ur- p-" y ' - . - ducts 01 mar iarms ior pusmuu at
ane Uoncrcssnian J. H-mcKer auu auuums uu oco wKw-"& uie rair. iu-. buuimwh '
the brood having been black.
viuiur provmuig iur iuu appu.ut- hatched out the eggs
ment 01 electoral Doaras mrougnoui me , it . . tV f
onmmnnwpth ihfl nrt haviru? been ana men Kiueu an 01 iuo uu;uS
HaMarni nnonnciuntimml hv t.hfi Su- wprfi tint nf the maternal color, one
perior Courtbecause of its providing t hatched nine and killed six. but three ol
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that the members tnereoi snouiu ue
Irficholderi. Such a bill would virtu
ally, take the election machinery of rim Seasides
thn State out tt the hands ol tne uepuo
licans and Dlace it with the Democrats. . The Seaside Base Ball Nino left hero
The Presidential contest on tDe-P&" this morninir on the 9 a. m. train for
ot the Uemocrais was mauguraieu TrwP.fc tA beat thn
n Stonntnn n nn nr. uuiujuui r
NEW AVEKTI8E!ttENT3 NEW ADVEBTIBETIEirtrc.j
GOOD QUA1TY--108 inches. :
NEW JERSEY WAISTS In Variety of styles and quality, 23 to 42
YOKEING AND TJCKING New and nice things in this line.
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t- xini fiKirt rniro33P.a tne vif p. k kainm thov rr nrn una mev hnvn amveu uy nam uuuuicus
k.- XI- 1 1.11 1. Ul V Ul-, I IS 1 Li I U i: UU W.vl l- uiJ w . j m 1 - . ' . .
r- fz .Tamp! P, Fio.ld the :u foot have come in during tne day oy team
101iuci,ai.uuui..u - Will Cet DaCK. UiifB LV-UiHUl, uu. vuo - . . . . o .Q. i,
latter. . Large crowds were prescoianu . nnmbep of 2eatlemen from ""Jn'V "
thi? city accompanied them.
dnpis ot the surrounding country.
Another important tact which has
gone largely to crowd the city during
the day is in consequence 01 us dcid
FOR SECUETAKY OF STATE:
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS.
of Wake. .'
VOU STATE TKEASUKEIi:
DONALD W. BAIN,
W. P. ROBERTS,
FOK ATTORNEY GENERAL!
THEODORE F, DAVIDSON,
fill rrrppn wine is used bv the
JTt. JVV tiii - 1
- -r, i l ? i. ;n nn t I I ill! I KuLlUUnli
peasantry 01 l'Onugai, wniuu i3 - - T;onarPSaional Cam
" I wr 1 1 1- .1.1. IL.i IkA Lilt? UUC11 vr v.-w w o -" -
cellent restorative. and absolutely narm- we are requesiea 10 biaio ioa Thiri District. Senator
lss. The laborers and they work Columbia Bicycle Chib do not come to Vance has
from moraine to night are allowedl Wilmington next month on a challenge
WHITE LAWN ROBES.-fA bargain you shall have in these good3 as they
I myst be closed. v '
M ATT I NGS AND C AR P ETsi ' .
, EMBRACING MAN Yj STYLES AND AT BOCK BOTTOM PRICES: ,
L.IN KN AND MOIIAI1C ULSTJCUS. ..' ' ,
TURKISH BATH SOAP, 6 cakes for 25 cents, said to bo very good and K r
f VERY CHEAP. . V. i ; I
R. Mm rmcINTlRE
july 30 I
about an imperial quart of this wine for a race issued to them by the Wil
dailv by the farmers, and when ex- mington Bibcycle. Club. They come
haused by labor and the heat of the here simply on the- invitation ex
sun, they take a pull at the wine bottle tended to them by our club although
11 L. 1 X 1 lUHMA ?1 I vmiaUa V-vl ct 1-vrfc n 1AV
and bcin work again liKe a giant re- wane uereiueie win yiwuavij uo wu-
freshed. The wine is rougu ana strong; test 01 skiu.
but very cheap. 'Nowhere is there so
little drunkenness as in Portugal.
The Union League Club in N ew York
is, as everybody knowns, a Republican
inctitntinn. But there is a senons re-
1 PF.KINTENDENT OF PUBLIC JN-
S. M. FINGER,
of Catawba. .
was barely carried. The TKorMsays:
A few evenings ago the Executive
already arrived. Col.
Wharton J. Green, the Democratic
Candidate for Congress from this dis
trict, and Governor Jarvis will arrive miro members of the democratic
at 5 p. m. to-day. , inese inree uibiin- -xecutlve Commlttce of Pender County are
guished speakers win auuress iub n reAucgted to meet atTJargaw on Monday, Aug.
zens at the Opera House here at o 4th. at 12 o'clock M. I desire thatev cry Town.
nVlnPlr tn niwhl and it it a foregone ship shall be represented and urge each mem-
o does to-nigm uu M , " ber of the CommUtee to be present,
conclus on that there will be a crowded x 01 JNO paddison.
house . ' -Chairman,
. 1 P lVio marl TT niSWRT.T.. K. C. JulvllS. ISAt.
.aaQueer Place. LrSl,X aSd wuT gd WrT5S t' f
While some of the hands at-. 'Messrs seasons from now until harvest they :
W. E. Davis & Son's ice house were will be abundant. There are some iMj UrUg StQre.'
. .. it;. I spptinns. nuwevcu nu' "" i
cleaning out me-waste room mis mur u- r ; - c nfavorab!e that the crops atipitrt RnrftTFyr.
ing, a large snase was uiscoverou uuuei Ju Q jar below an average, w e are
CONTTNDRUM ABOUT THIS
l Water at5cter srlaE8. Mt can't ue
Vor 3 cents per glass; (too much
cigars in great
always good. It
My Cologne Is
th best to be had. Ice Cream Soda? occasion
ally. Call on "OLD" JIM CQNOLlfiY,
jure 26 '--$ Manager.
UE "DEMOCRATIC BOOM' IS THE
H there this vear. A proposition a pile of shavings, coiled up and sitting giad to know that there are but few I r0 co
volt mere tais yea . H : svi-a Snh Wlitiea. One thing is certain: t JN Soda
made to raise a uiame auu i.ugan uu xuo 1.10 lZ Q tn are erowinz rapidly good at 2 or 3 cents Per giaa
patched when itwas found tbatthere were xoam od alv
34 eggs in the'nest, all of them about the ijj0 return again to the Fruit Fair. It can't be excelled every day. A
meetinsr. when a Size Gf a pigeon's egg. The snake wm be held in the Goldsboro oil mills,
motion was made that a tsiaine anu mpqiirpfl ft tppt in ienffth and about 6
Losan flas should be hoisted on tne T, . K
elub-house flag-staff. It was opposed mcnes in ciruuuneieu. .
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with much warmth on the part 01 some some a "rat snase.
of the members, who insisted that the -campaign
should be conducted without Mildew on Roses.
any recommendation on am .paw m tne The diseage of rQSQ busheSt principally
H?5 ot the monthly or tea roses
hQ ri;Vi indorsement, and after two known as mildew, consists of a fungus
imnranf sham talk, the motion to hoist ui-Vi ntfopVa thn leaves, stems, and
the names ot Blaine, and Logan on 1 the budg indIcatea a sickly condition of
ClUD-nouse was uan. . " T (lllont 0,i ;a nral1v eaused hv
J0"fcyv. . T0nhli,vm u' hot. Tt ' most Wrightsville : that is, the judges say so.
nomination fall so flat in a thoroughly commori ia hot moi3t weather When There was too much, of a breeze-Ior
Republican club, such as the Union slants in Dots an effective the boats-and it is said that of the en
the fumes of tire fleet but one boat sailed the course.
AOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT".
A. S. MERRIMON,
VOR ELECTORS ATLARGE V
" W. II. KITCHEN,
JOHN N. STAPLES.
about half a mile South ot the central
portion of the ci:y. which is tne oniy
building in the vicinity adequata to
famish room tor tne immense uispmj
which .will be made. The perfecting ot
the arranzements has been done main
ly under the direction and supervision
of Mr. J. A. Bonitz, of the Messenger,
and right faithfully has he attendea to
that duty. Foster.
f1IIE HANDSOMEST AND LARGEST AS
sorlment ever eeen In this city. '
Lamps and Lamp Goofls a specialty.
GTLES & MURCHISON'S.
. j uly 21 3S and 40 Murchlaon Block.
strike near Wilkesbarre. Penn.
The Race Yesterday
There was no race yesterday
Mrs. Langtry sailed for Europe last
. Saturday, aud there is a rumor that she
has gone there to 001am a """ "
xeVvvra and marry Gebhard the
TheN. Y. Tribune fairly howls be
caus Governor- Cleveland vetoed the
5c fare bill, for reasons so sound that
the Tribene does not answer his argu
ment. But the 2W6nealso. opposed
the bill was it a greater crimo for
Cleveland to veto the bili than lor the
Tribune to oppose it?
in - .
The brave Lieutenant : , I-ockwood
went four miles nearer the pole than
the celebrated expedition of Captain
Narcsinl876. But it can be hardly
thought a nroner compensation for the
llvc3 of the seventeen brave fellows who
surrendered to the icy king of terrors
and the thousands of dollars expended,
and ihen get but four miles further
north in eight years-
for except- for
u uat tktu w .
offices!" exclaimed the noble statesman
fi t.oo vKct(r Flaneean. of
IIUUI ICAAO, ,1 . c
Flanegan Mills, in the Chicago Republi
can convention in 1880. Statesman
Flanegan turned up again as a delegate
in 188 i, and the question that trembled
upon his lins in 1880 ha3 been answered
by his appointment as United States
collector of the Fourth district ol Texas
Our highly esteemed republican
friends wUl not keep up that campaign
. a . nnmharc romndtr 1 a ovnrflnrfl TTI
club last evening, auu il "J - - - " lt iTho ofWs .f0ok water" havins cap
c . 1 . w.nn ni ill 01 rhor to irm n i ri iiii i l... w..nv on inhn a nn 1 an mv nn r.i.i ri it i,Lits i -m. uu Vvmw.
Trrvfino. in November or drop a quiet I . . . 1 uw:nf, Hnmfl sized. The Commodore, it is said,
ballot for Cleveland. I can't swallow . , f collided with a marsh and suffered so
Tim Rlaine and if I donTt vote lor euipuui swowcu uP m . .
jim piame, anu 11 x w t.h ra severely inth(
Cleveland, l soau go uuWBuWuu6. WuiW .i.iiuWu, ' .t"& 1 T " -:ia ,1; and sailed awav for kxrR mai
ceptacle so as to confine tne lumes. . . oofoW. hltfc- ;tn YV .
HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Locks. Hinges, Butts. Nails, Window
Jfastenlnsrs. &c.i contractors can. save money
by consulting us. Large Etock, good assort
ment and good goods. '1
W. E. SPRINGER & CO..
Successors to John Dawson & Co.,
july 27 ! Wilmington, N. C-
Best Five Cents Clsrar cold In the cltv an"d It
13 sold only at the NORTH STATE SALOON.
whero also you will flnd.the best Clcmmcr
w msKey at 10 cents a drink ana the Coolest
Beer In the city. 1 .
CONUNDRUM.. . ,
yrnY is Tim steamer passport
like & suing Band? Because It' cannot do
without its "Harper!" .
DRUGS, PERFUMES, SOAPS, FANCY
and Toilet Articles, Ac. " ;
Prescriptions a specialty at
F. C. MILLER'S,
may 26 Corner Fourth and Nan sts
TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION
Mr. Alexander Scott, Glassville, New D . , t with flour . of I a handy port, arriving safelyj bet witn 1 Qur gfle lice of Autograph and Cabinet
Brunswick, states .that be was cureu .PAn fnnnfl a remedv. his jib as the only sail stanamg. xnere .- ha , . . .
of severe pains, by the use 01 &t.jacous --f . " , t?a wt,, much merriment a.nd no 11-feeling r f
Oil, the great pairUure. Only 50 cents. But no remedy will avail unless the w?8 7 . Plush and Russian Leather. Also a beautiful
cause IS removea ana inorouguuua "u . f . qm,th,aWnrm assortment of Ladles' and Gents-Leather Card
is afforded to the plants, which must be Now is the tine to give Smith's Worm
ker.t in a healtbv condition. -Oil. lv d w. and Leer Casea. Rasslaa Leather, Alligator
Onarterlv MeetiUffS. and Turkey Morocco; Mexican and Co'ton
JUST RECEIVED, TI1K THIRD LOT OF
New HAMMOCKS, large and small sires. '' ,
B5.SE BALLS AND BAT3, CAPS AND
BELTS. Nowl3 thetlmg for yon gentlemen
to supply yourselves and Ic happy. t. ,
SUMMER READING for everybody. Please
call and make your selecffcms from a larg
stock ' , --.V - ' . t
july 2S Live Book and Music Stores
gPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF , . ,
, BEST MAKES,
FOR MAIiE AND FEMALE. Complete lino
of aboveartlcles, various sizes and prlecsl.
For sale by
1 iiiarTRri v if, tint iiisi i nnri rnrtfiv inrin'.i) : xii:xiciiu iiuu iu luu.
Young Men's Democratic uuu. ,Tnri fnr the Wilminsrtoa Dis- ' M J ft TSYi.
PrRatto the call made there was frt "to the Methodist E. Church,South : ' UUU& r
a large "and enthusiastic attendance of
IRDEX TO HW ADVERTISED EHT3.
N f & W 3 S Co
J W Haepek Passport
F C MlLLEK Conundrum
C W Yates New Goods
JNO R PADDIEOX Notice.
IIkinsbekgkk II ammocks
-nna a, nvimssET Trnsaes
iaurouB - 1 , . u:,
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At 3 o'clock this afternoon me tner- maDent organization was ettected a whiteviUe Circuit, at Teacock's, Au-
ICt Ol Lilt? im-4 -- ? . - .
Clinton Circuit, at Goshen, July 26 $1.03 to $2.50. A few sets and half sets cro-
n.mnnrotc i Rrnntlvn Hall lasf ana ay. ... 0i. , quet left. Base Balls, Bats. &c. Bpcciai low
juuut, iywuiu j 1 Wilminffton. atijroni- oueci, uguai rates on Stow Cases. Sena for prices
cm I w-b-F' --r A
evcnine1. ne meeting was uauw o nn,i tv.j
order by Mr. E. F. Johnson, who was Smithville, August u ana iu.
A Der- UrunswicK circuit, an wi. "1
C. W. YATES.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
TO Close Out. AS AN EYD1ESCE OF TUB POPUIABITY
mometer in this office registered 87 de- the following officers:
erees. President W. H. Strauss-
Mayor Hall went to Goldsboro to-
1R onr! 17
Flpmincton Circuit, at ' Carver's
W, . I 1 Avtmict.Q3 find 24-
Vice Presidents-U. li. rcrsee, mm 7 . at Pimlie'u. Au-
XillZiikUCbU V1VV., 7
E WILL OFFER FOR TH-E NEXT
I q V Ol 1 1 till YT I u u w ... , r,L I Z.O. vuvuiv,
dav expecting to be present at the Ward; Wm. Tracy, Second VVard;W. 30 and 31. ,
day. expecunt, . T Barlow, Third Ward; R. McR Newlon Grove Mission, at
FruaFaiMndwiU Gilbert, Fourth Ward, R. F. Riseing. Grove, August 30 and 31
Evervbody in want of Paints, White ... Ward
Lead. Glass &c, should go to Jacobi s Vice Presjdcrit at Large.T. R.
Fullest , assortment of Fishing Tack- Oglesby. .
le can be found at Jacobus. t Secretary and Treasurer-E. l .John-
A Northwest wind to-day has made so r . p . M
it cool and pleasant in the shade. A1F 3
12 o'clock the thermometer in this oince followin2 resolutions, introduced
reenstered 85 degrees. 1, w -p i? Jnhnttnn. were nnani-
i o WAia.a.a v wmmwm -
racket long abort Governor ClevelanQ s A consirnment of Sash , mousiv adopted.
private personal character. It dc,J TO. , t Factorv ices, just Resolved. 1st. That we, young men of
. ... li T hoe an flUWPIlt w - i . . ,itm i .n,n.ni;nn tha
yayanu it won t wm. xi. - , a r-nn'5 Hardware Depot.? line city oi vnmiugtou,icw&iiw.iu6
fisny appearance and a stale smell reived aV Jacobi s Hardware epo ' j imp0rtance of the ensuing election and
Ookesbury Circuit, at Bethel, Sep
1 J 1.
District Coaferenco will be held Mst
at Goshen, on tne bunion ojcuu, uum
mencing Wednesday morning, July
23d. at 10 o'clock. . .. e
Friday morning, organization of
Sunday School Conference and Sunday
School address. -
Centenary services Saturday morn
ingseveral short addresses and cen
W.H BOBBITT. P. E. ;
sixty days, or until closed out. 1JAI1GAINS
in Gents' Low Ouartered Shoes. Also, some
remnant lots of Ladles and Misses Ecrg
Goods and Ladles' Slippers, wblchiwe are sell-
about it in this, that Governor Cleve
land served as sheriff, as mayor of
Messrs R K. Bryan, of the Hickory the necessity of thorough and effectual office
ThcmaliS close and arrive at the City Poa
Oar regular lines are fall. Canj and see us.
Geo. R. French & Sons,
108 NORTH FRONT STREET. ,
July 21 i' '
Bargains in Furniture.
-UB LAST WEEK'S SALES . NEARLY
doubled thoso of previous weeks, and general
satuiacuon nas ensued. - ,
bibs for $1.00.
as follows :
- I - J 1 1, nrnantva nnr- V1"J. .
- t- ..rtho k nn nrAnixai'uu uu ucicui t i rM.thm thmnvh ma.iu. last.
Press , and u. iv . xn uu, u i - - --7-- mnai?n nb to be known SXh. kTw-v mails.... S.00-A. M.
Bo, and is scrvingas governor ol : etteville, wbothm tte city to ag MeQ,s Democrats Club. -mcf&S& Sd
KewYork. and nothiDg was heard 01 day. Thetormcr ison ms iuiu .u,.u 2rd, That wo coraiauy eauuo j therefrom lnciud-
' 1 - ... 111 ; M 1 t"v . : iiAtrat oa noaiipii ill . a vf ,
UU uvwu ft I J . , ., ... romoin lmniimtin Qtlt t?pkft. AS headed bV I fr" A MrKfn Ifudrn.rl t
to! private scandal until he became a mountains ana mo y "T0 " of the ijopTm. and 8.00 A. M.
pport of Ihe young democracy of JZ.-S.00P.M.
North Carolina, . Western malls (C.d Railway) dally,
T-rl Thflt in the nomination Of UrO- rAxrmt Snndavl fi.45 1 . il.
Call them what yon please
uent army moves
on the Sound until next week.
Every Farmer ought to get a "Boys
priests," the indepen- Clipper Plow," greatest invention of
res right forward. It the age. Jacobi is the Agent-
FINE AND COMMON,-
ALL STYLES AND DESIGNS,
PARLOR, CHAMBER and
DINING ROOM SETS
Kaisdr Imported Beer,
TROPIC BEER; AND THE
Scotch and English Ales
trill keep you cool when nothing clic wUL
i I C XJ. Vlr tnr I 1 U nnlnta hAtVAAn HMI1 CI &I1U 1UU-
ver jieyeianu, ui i , I ......6.45P.M.
President, we recognize a representa-1 fVA'irUn'jrton Raii-
tive ot the young and progressive IJem-l g.oo P. M.
I - - .
jn!Tpssible that calling names win In thc Congressional Convention Deiur--- and oneln every way worthy of Mails for rints between Florence
ferv Aown the great reform move! t t nniberton to-day R. TvBennett, of &UDDort 0t every true Democrat.
meat. The independents got m meir Anson county, was nomiuateu dj
TUOS. C CBAFT, ASent, p JJ BEIDGEES & 00.
The following resolution, offered by J RiTer, Tuesdays and Fridays. ... . .L00 P. M.
work two years ago, and they will- get I ciamation for Corigress and Col. Alfred I j- E G. Biair, was uhanimously rSSSsytV..:.
una low c. li. ana inMiruivii .
efts. Tuesdava and Fridays.... 6.00 A. M.
7..... 7 Wo 1 lomrpr?itJi in mass l eTntthvillATnalla tvr steamboat, oauy
Leading Furnitare Store In the City.
20 South Front St.
it ia still more effectively this year.
Thsy are better organized, more deter
mined and have much str6nger reasons
for hnltinw tV.o (rronrl ftld BartV than
- -v.viu auw wum -
Rowland, of Robeson, was nominated adopted .
for District Elector
W invite the attention of our ciUzenscU-of the NaUonal Democratic glSk riS. tS
tithftfact that first quality shirts are Convention, and especially so m norm- days and Fridays..... -6.0
made to order at one dollar at tne naung viUC1 Vim ' open for delivery.
Just the Ticket,
nni1idates for President and Vice
President of Che United states
Northern through and way malls.. . .13b A. M
Southern Malls. ,..,....70 A. M.
. r iLn naora fnr tne l uaxouna (central taurcuuu j.. m.
v . I Tl J "T ASUvW( UWW M I
A special from Richmond, Va., to the! Wilmington Shirt Factory. u
ew xork lVorfd. of dale -.who nnrinir the storm last evening iuu Alter giving uirc uiS - couocted from street boxes bnsinesa
ys: iMnin. struck the telephone wires aH Democratic wndidates,
The Democratic Urislature, with the ,-cr Parslev & Wiggins, steam saw jonrned subject to the call of the rresi p.m. . .. . .
assistance of two ReDublicans. has sue- -:1, down throuffh At. ... : L"fS.2.UJrr 'JSS
AoaJ. j . ... T. mill 1 mill. B.l UllliUU, I ... . - I MIAJWZJ uivtcj- wiu .A-...
ceeded in getting the Governor to caU mius terminated - . - -r,r.i from a. ur to P.M.- . .
AFTER DINS Eli.
rmrnirwTJ WILL FISD AT CRAPOV3
O 22 South Front street, the best rte Cents
mnin. ....... .. -r5
tel ot moMT retunatsa. aiw a iuu
a of CHOICE FAMILY GROCCiaes.
SrS tnnd wire to where it terminated Fair opened in Goldi ?&&W
HO North Front St,
F. G. & N. Kobinson.
far their liberal patronage.
nnr f tivpfc i.4 nil fre&h coods.are 9marantecf.
sedthey can be returned at our cxnsc If
not satisfactory. We are daily In receipt of
EGGS and CHICKENS, which T0 sell at the
very, lowest market X'Ziccs. -
8UGAR3 am advandojr,-bat we are still
fellmz at oil prices. -. j t ;
Our COFFEES are of best quality and iold
at "very low prioea- - , .
a.pportioninir thn State into Congres
sional districts, the same haying ' beea ! damage,
II. CJIATON. Aft
CRACKLHi and CASHED GOODS.