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'tTm Daily Review hasihe largest
fU circulation, of any newspaper
gtfud. inthe ctiy of Wilmington.
-TjcBismarck, Wednesday, in pri
conversation, denied absolutely
t Vt.vl any desJgns against the in-,
'oinceof the free cities of Ger-
icsay- .. - : ;! N.::
George I Seney was not so ytterly
;Ded by the failure or the Metropolitan
Vatioaal Hank after all. He is to retain
..lc3;;cctioo of pictures, for which he
Captain Andrews, the 93 year-Old pe
trian, who tramped from .South
ftiina to lieston. mis oumnicr; is
fnbi-" way back. He says he met some
jirls on the way "whom he wants to
It i said that Mr. Chaffee is running
the Republican campaign in Virginia
Chaffee i3 one of the corruption ists who
have been publicly charged with . nego
tiiticg the purchase oi colored delegate3
(or Blaine at Chicago. I
Colonel Edward Richardson, the
president ol the-New Orleans Exposi
tion. b33 three cotton plantations under
successful operation in Washington and
Issaquena counties Each place has
fram one thousand to two thousand
acres, and there is a laborer to every
ten acres. ' '
Wcsaid in our local notice on'Satur
dsytbat "Rev. T. E. Jenkins, of Ral-
ei;h" would preach at the First Baptist
Church yesterday. We shouldl have
said, and intended to say, 'Rev. T. E.
Skinner, of Raleign." - It was a slip of
oars, but it was all right in the regular
church notice. ; -
i ne iNoruiern papers are nicu in
their commendation of Mr. Hugh Mc
Cullocb a3 Secretary ot the Treasury
The Uerald says : "For the first! time
. . r . ...... . i
imceMr. Lincoln's administration a
man is placed at the head of the Treas
ury Department who is in every way
fitted for the position. In Mr. McCuU
loch we have an economist and finan
cier unmixed with the'polltician.
, - i ; '
Ibc studema of Harvard have ad
dressed a communication to Governor
Ue?elnd in which they say: We. the
nndersigned students ot Harvard Uni
verity, would hereby testify our devo
tion to the cause j which you represea
and our belief in its speedy and ejffectu
ii triumph. We would, express our
high appreciation of the courage and
ability shown by you-in carrying ou
the important reforms and the mighty
trust already imposed upon you.
Jean Paul Richter's daughter died
lately, aged 82, at Munich. German
journals recall the circumstance that
Richter selected as godmother of his
daughter the Duchess Amelie'of jSaxc
Weimar, aad for godfathers the philos
opher Herder, and a Jew fcroker,1 Who
always supplied him on credit with any
thin? he needed. iRichter's regard for
this most accommodating Hebrew was
so great that he wished bis child to be
named Eomianuela. Neither the royal
Duchess nor the officiating clergyman
offered any objection to the Jew's hold
ing the infant at the baptismal font. 7
A letter purporting to give a descrip
tion by an eye witrQs of the execution
of Mary Queen of Scots, will be pub
lished at the end of the present year. It
tas been found in a manuscript book
ong the paDers of Lord Ellockj the
ie. who died in 1793. The book is
written in one hand.apparently in the
fothalf of the eighteenth century, an4
account of the executfon is a copy
J letter sent by special desire. - Lord
J'Wck'a father managed the aBairs: of
Duke ot Perth and of other families
J?oted to the Stuart cause, and 4t is
njectured that the document is a copy.
& letter written by a member of one
ihese families. .
Supreme Court. i
The following appeals, from thisldis
Jfct, were called in the above court on
Friday and Saturday: . i
. Bank of New Hanover vs. ji R.
"lossom et als., from New Hanover;
continued i : f . - ..
jJoan E. Gadsby et als., vs. John
"Jer and wife, from New Hanover;
"wed by McRae & Strange for the
Pontiff, and Russell & Ricaudfor the
defendants. ; '
: H. Robinson vs. Thomas ;
r J- Aaron et als vs. Harper
J", from Duplin ; continued
m f Proper appeaLbonaV
iU HI I QFnn ! ! M n r Ml
bSng an Creased interest in property
Jfaracce, and perhaps for that very
nrn are 'nsurine their lives by using
r BQU's Cough Syrup. j
e observe quite a fine display of
jje Revolvers for very reasonable
frices, at Jacobi's Hardware Depot, f
INDEX. TO SEW 40Y(ST1SIU CITS. "
The Science of Life! '
Jko n PcroH For Sale
O W Yates Sew Goods
Shriek v Fair fcuggeetlon -S
H Tkimblk Auction Notice
Miss E Kjlrkek New Goods
' Burn ham's Improved Turbine
Pahkek & Tatlou Our Dave
Mrs Kate c Wom-New Goods
P I tiSf&GBJis & ,Cb?xtract3
Geo R Frekcti 4 So?fs 3 0-)
J M McGowan e ok Bead This
K D Hall, Mayor Proclamation
XT & W & f Stockholders' Meeting- .
W, C & A a B Stockholders' meeting
Knights qf IJo'xoh Eesular Meeting .:,
HKQf3BaB&Effi-Boolc8elleT td BtatlonerU
JQL Giesciien Howard R FE Co No 1
Kerchx ek & Saxder Bros Groceries
FC Miller Friends snd Fellow Citizens
Jas W Kino, Chm'n Special to Democrats
W H Stbaxtss, Pres't-Atuntioa Demoirats
For other locals see fourth page.
Register to-day ! Ho not delay ! Do
not hesitate, or you'll be too late!
Chief of Police Brock distributed
badges to the newly appointed special
policemen this morning.
We understand that every white
voter in the Second Ward has register
Knlgflits of Honor.
Carolina Lodge No. 434. Regular
meeting this evening at 7 o'clock. Full
attendance desired. It
There were 24 interments in Oak
Grove Cemetery during the month end
ed Oct. 31st. 1884. Of this number 6
were adults and 18 were children, and
3 were whites and 21 were colored.
When a man can have a suit of
clothes made to measure for twenty
five dollars, just as good as a ready made
suit, he unhesitatingly orders it, there
fore Dyer & Son are busy making to
order numbers of those popular goods
at moderate prices. f
John Robinson's circus train was
the railroad yard nearly all day yes
terday and as a matter of course had a
good maiy vistors. especially in the
afternoon. The train left here at about
6 o'clock last night for Magnolia, where
the company is advertised to show to
We hear of a prominent German
merchant of this city who this morning
received package containing six bal
lots for Hon. D. L. Russell, for Asso
cipte Justice of the Supreme Court.
These ballots, it is hardly necessary to
state, were counted out without the
help of a returning board." -Tlio
A'tend to the grand Democratic rally
at the New Market House to-night, and
hear the able exposition of genuine Dem
ocratic principles by Maj. C. M.Stcd-
man, who when to-morrow's sun shall
have set wf II be the duly elected Lieut.
Governor of North Carolina! It will
be positively the 'Mast of the season"
and to be sure of a good seat you should
We learn that the railroad and ex,
press offices "of the Wflmington, Co
in mhia & An nsta Railroad, at VVhite-
viile, dolum bus county, were robbed a
few nights since and a considerable
sum of money stolen. Mr. Bruce Wil
Hams, one of the attorneys for the road,
has been dispatched for at Whiteville.
and the matter will be investigated and
the guilty parties arrested.
At about 2.30 o'clock this mornine
fire wa9 discovered in the store of Mr.
Hermann fctbindorf, on Nixon street.
between Ninth and Tenth. The alarm
was promptly given, but owing to the
lateness of the hour and the remote
section of the city in which the fire was
located, the flames had made such
headway before arrival of the fire de
partment that the building with all its
contents was destroyed, Mr." Steindorf
barely escaping with his life. The
flames soon spread to- the residence
ol Mr. N. Ilulaf and that fine structure
was also destroyed, although nearly all
ot its contents were saved. Mr. HutaPs
dwelling was insured to the amount of
$1,500 in the Wilmington Mutual, and
the More building, which also belonged
to Mr. Hntaf. was insured tor $100 in
the same company. Mr. Steindorf had
insurance on his stock to the amount
of $900, of which $G00 was in the
ViniaH Fire and Marine, represented
by Messrs. John W. Gordon & Smith,
and $3UO in the Wilmington Mutual,
represented by Mr. J. Kent Brown. ,
For durable coloring the wails of
rooms in beautiful lints,- at little cost,
nothing equals the Mableixe sold at
Jacobi's Depot. . t;
WILMINGTON.. N. C. MONDAY. NOVEMBER
It is of ranch importance that the Dem
ocrats ot the different wards" in the city
should vote at as early an hour to-mor
row as possible. They should accept
no votes but from well-known and reg
ularly appointed distributors and then
they should scrutinizethc ballots care
fully and cast them deliberately so that
no mistake may be make. We have
known, votes to be thrown away in
several instances through haste in de
positing the ballot as well as through
careles?ness in scrutinizing the names
voted for. No vote ought, to be thrown
away in this manner. Do not be de
ceived in any manner. It would be
wise to cut out the list ' of Democratic
candidates from some of the newspa
pers and have it in your pocket for
reference. when you are banded a vote,
by which means you may ascertain
whether your ticket is correct or not.
Look carefutiy at your ballot as soon as
it is nanaea you and then look at if
again as you deposit it in the box. So
far as the Presidential, State and Con
gressional elections are concerned, the
Republicans are going to be whipped
out of their boots and knowing, as they
do. that the odds are dead against them,
they will resort to all sorts of tricks for
a longer lease of political life, and all
good Democrats must be on the alert
so that every vote "may be sure to tell.
Baptist State Convention.
This important body will meet at
Raleigh on Wednesday, the 12th inst.,
and its sessions will be held in the First
Baptist Church. Mr. J. C. Scarbor"
ough, who was president of the last
convention, will call this one to order.
A large attendance is expected and the
people of Raleigh especially the Bap
tistsare making jample preparations
for the accommodation of their guests.
The delegates from this city were to
have been selected to-night, but in con
sequence of the absence of the Rev.
Dr. Pritchard the matter has been post
poned until Thursday night.
Howard Relief Fire Engine Co. No. 1.
jTTENTION MEMBERS! You are hereby
ordered to attends to n'ght's (Monday) meek
in 5 at 7.30 promptly, as business of Importance
win conn Derore tne meeting.
Honorary members are respectfully request
ed to attend. By order of the President.
nov 3 It Kec. Sect'y.
TJ1L.OUR, MOLASSES, COFFEE, BACON,
Sugar, Salt, Corn, Rice, Meal, Lard, Soda,
Gl'ie, Lye, i'oap, Potash, Hoop Iron, Oats
Hay, Starch, Snuff, Crackcrs.Tobacco, Cigars
Candy, Candles, Matches, Powder, Shot,
Caps, Paper Bags, pockets, Fuse, Ac. .
For salo by
nov 3 KERCIINER & CALUER BROS
New Goods, New Goods,
T HAVE MADE LARGE ADDITIONS TO
my stock this Fall, and row Invite yonr in
spectlon of one of the most complete assort
ments of Blank Books, Stationery. Fancy
Goods, Pictures. Frames, Musical Instru
ments, Ac, ever brought to this city, and at
prices that Win compare with any similar es
tablishment rn tne state.
1,000 Standard Books
handsomely bound, at the very low price 01
59 cents per .volume; foimer price $1.50 and
upward. This is a bargain.
To make room we offer 10 Pianos and 10 Or
gans at a sacrifice These instruments are
trictly first class, new and perfect in every
respect. C W. YATES.'
nov 3 119 Market at, Wilmington N C
Attention Democrats !
jTAJ. C. J. STEDMAN, our fello w. towns
man, and Democratic candidate for Lieuten
ant Governor, will address the people of Wil
mington MONDAY NIGHT, at 7 JO o'clock, In
the New Market House- All of the Democrat
ic Clubs and the citizens generally are cordial
ly invited to hear him."
" J. W. KING, Chairman,
oct 31 Dem. County Ex. Committee
CITY OF WILMINGTON, N. C,
WrtatixoTox, N. C, Nov. 2, 1884.
HERE A 8 BY THE LAWS OF NOR1H
Carolina j Section 2740, It la made indictable to
ell ox ai away any. Intoxlcatinir lquors with
in are mxies oi any pguuv piace wiuun iwerro
hours next preceding or sueceeaing any elec
tion notice ia hereby gives that all places In
the City of Wilmington, where intoxicating
liquors are sold, shall be closed at 6 o'clock,
P. M , on Monday, November Sd, anc remain
closed until 6 o'clock, A. M ,'cn Wednesday.
Nov. 5th. The foregoing law will be rigidly
I call rnall good dt'zena ito assist the au
thoriUes in preserving perfect order. 1 hare
largely Increased the piice force for the sole
purpose of preserving order and protecting
every citizen in the exercl&e of bis. just rights.
There must be no breach of the peace.
. i - , E, IX HALL,
nov 3 It - Mayor.
OUR PATRONS KNOW BY TUIS
our advert iements, that when we
prepared to back it by
Take Goods Home, Examine them Critically
Itf all particular points, such as material,
all, the price, which tells who sells the
every instance where goods from competing houses have been sent home for
comparison We do it every day, and
yonrselfr.Only last week a prominent
to his home from different houses , with one from ua i among them ; he kept!cur4
suit and remarked: "I do not know much about clothim but it did not take
me long to decide after I had them together at home, but if I had not had them
together I might have paid from $5 to $8 more fcr my suit.1 1
we nanaie an grades ct goods, guaranteeing every article worth what fyou
pay for it or money refunded.
said, it pays to trade with
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER,
114 MARKET ST.,
New Milliner !
J UAYE RECEIVED AN INVOICE OF
NEW MILLINERY, consisUng of Felt, Velvet
and Straw Hats and Bonnets in the latest
styles. Also, Fancy Feathers, Ostrich Tips
and Plumes, Pompons, Ac.
MISS PRITCHKTT, a lirst class Milliner,
from one of the largest Millinery Establish
ments in the country, has charge of my work
room and cmes highly recommended. as a
lady of taste and style.
MRS. KATE C. WINEb,
No: 119 North Second Street,
nov 3 tf Bet. Cheetnut and Princess sts
WILMINGTON & WELDON R. R. CO.,
Wilmington, N.C., Nov. 1st. 1SS4.
fJIHE FORTY NINTH ANNUAL MEETING
of the Stockholders of the Wilmington & Wei
don Railroad Company will - be .held at the
Office of the Company in Wilmington, on
Tuesday, the 18th of November, 1884 .
nov 3 tdm. J. W. THOMPSON, Sect'y
WILMINGTON, COL. & AUG. R, R. CO,,
WilmiVgton, N. C, Nov. 1st, 1881
rjlHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stock
holders of the Wilmington, Columbia & Au
gnsta Railroad Company, will be held at the
Office of the Company, In WUmington, on
TueadaV, the 18th Inst,
nov 3 tdm J. W, THOMPSON, Sect'y .
Special to Democrats !
IJIHERE WILL BE CONVEYANCES TO
the different Townships on the day of election
as follows: . i
HARNETT Under charge of Capt. James
I. Metis. Will leave Southerland's tstables at
o'clock, A. M
CAPE FEAR In charge of Mr. David West.
Will leave Democratic neadquarters at
o'c'ock, A. M.
FEDERAL POINT In charge of Mr. Harry
Hill and Mr. Wm. Mint. WU1 leave at 8Vi
o'clock, A. M.
Any Democrat living outside city limits will
confer wth these gentlemen end thev will be
carried to their place of voting
JAS. W. KING,
Chairman Dem. Ex. Com.,
i New Hanover county
nov 3 it
Attention I Attention I
yOUNG MEN'S PROGRESSIVE DBMO
cratic Club: You are hereby requested to
meet at City Ball to-night, (Monday) at Ihi
o'clock, to form Torchlight Procession in hon
or of our fellow townsman, Maj. Chs M
Stedman, ! Democratic candidate for Lieut
Governor, who wlil speak at tVe New Market
House. Members will bring tMir helmets ami
torches. This being the last gcand rally of
the campaign a tall turnout Is expected .
W. H. STRAUSS, Prea't
E. F. Jomvsosr, Sect'y. nov 3 It
Read This !
JJAYING TO CLOSE TO-NIO HT- AT
o'clock. Oysters wlll be opened next door to
oar Saloon, to-night. kto morrow and to mox
row night. Raw and 8 tewed.
If - -?
r J. M. MCGOWAN & SON .
3, 1884. NO 262
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS .
TIME THAT WE DO NOT COtOR
say a thing in the papers vfe are
our legal guaranty.
mnk up, style of garment, and above
cheapest. We have been vicloriods in
advise you to try it once to convince
business man'iaTlfiiriBltybad suit enl
one trial you will say, as thousacds baye
Rlew Good& !
JCST RECEIVED, HANDKERCHIEFS,
Linen and Silk, all prices, stamped free of
Applique Designs, Tasfela, Pompoonat and
Felt, Plush and Satla, all colors, for Fancy
Work. Notions, &c.
MILLINERY Hats and Bonnets, ; St aw,
Felt and Velvet and Frames Iot Aiking. !
Wlngv Birds, Tlpo, Ac ,
MISS E. KARREIt.
nov 3 i Exchange Cornfer.
Book-Seller! and Station
PIANOS AND ORGANS, FANCY GOODS,
GUITARS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS, BAN
JOS, STRINGS, &c.
paE BEST t3.C0 GAITER FOR GENTS'
wear In the State. ' Good stock, good finish,
, r . i
good style, good wear, and good value for! the
money. Bay a pair from
- 5, "
Geo. JR. French & Sons,
108 NORTH FRONT J3TREET'
The Truth Will Shine.
yy K UTTER NO UNCERTAIN SOU SD
when we speak of cur stock of Men's Tine
Clothlog as being superior in point of fit md
finish to that of any : other house la the city.
WE ECHO no false statement when we
the people of Wilmington that our garments
are made up with care and taste unequalled
by the best Merchant Tailors the South adords.
AND OUR WORD is not doubted whenfwe
practically illustrate to our many patrons that
we save them on every suit tne bur of us
FULLY 60 PER CENT., or in plain langujage
GIVE TWO SUITS FOR ONE, as compared
with the enormous DOUBLE PRICE usually
charcred for merchant taUor work. : We solicit
an lm partlalexam lnation of our stock. We
show you the garments already shaped. We
guaraatee to fit you to your own satisfaction
and to the satisfaction of your family and
iriends. In short, WE BARGAIN to do the
rlht under all circumstancss, and shall leive
no ston unturned that Is calculated to exem
plify our appredaUon oz a general patronage
by a generous people. -
The liberal support given our COUNTRY
ORDER DEPARTMENT has compelled us to
enlarge our facilities for pu&hlng forward Hhe
work of supplying our OUT OF TOWN CUS
TOMERS with increased promptness It Is a
rule of onx establishment to supply the best
and choicest goods, no natter what grade ia
desired, that the market affords, and always
at the Lowest Possible Price. Parties order
ing Men's, Boys' or Children's clothlog and
Gent' Fur&ishlng Goods, have n guarantee
from us aa to the inalltyof GOODS SENT
THEM, which will be exchanged or money Ire
funded in all rases where the purchase proves
unsatlstactory. cot this out and address au
orders to i-
. KING CLOTHIER,
njv3 Wilmington, N C
H9rie and Baggy far Sale Cheap.
' . , . .... Vt, - J - ' " I
A YOUNG MARE. 6 YEARS OLD LAST
spring; gentle and kind; -warranted sound;
a iso BUGGY AND HARNESS; will be soli
cbeap. Apply en Elghlh, between Market
and Dock streets No. ls-o . -
nov It v JOHN H. PUGH
- TT Kia be glad to receive ccrsaicaUta
tnsa cur frianda on a7. aid tH izz.mz'.il
The naae cf tte wxitst ruxst always fc
2ate4 toils Eittr.lill lr-: -' I --jV .:f
Commcniatlcna tasrl X vfttia ;cs ca "
o&saldeof the paper. , f S
Personalities cuat be avclloA.:
, And K is especially aad particuls.riT tide
tood that the Editor does xot always eadci a
tbo views tf coTTSspoxKicsU ca!, sr u. t
to. the editorial colrtcma. . -
SKTU W. DAVIS, Auctioneer
BYS. U TEIMDLE.
A T EXCHANGE CORNER; on Wednesday
XIl ov. 5th, at lo o'clock, a.- m , I wUl &cll
at puonc auction: ? . ,: .
s Ciood, Large Horses, ' - a
t lCiood, Small Mule,
. 1 Top Lnggy and Harness. -Ana
at tav Sales Looms at 11 nvi-rt
eral assortment of McrcLasdlic. Clothlnjr-
NoUons, Carpets, &c. Also 1 ano Bar rom
EOV 3 2t
JpUESII. YET WEARY, BY CONTI SUAL
bantling of those heavy COOK fcTOVES, -acd
tins way ho has been snatching oat Heateks
is aEt.mshtng, even to "non-porus milv
More left atd moro coclnar.
PURE WHI rE OI L. nov 3 -
hi eadq uarters !
Creamery Buttered Flour!
Fresh and of most excellent quality. Every
' ' -' I.
gootl housekeeper will give thlaprepar- .
aUonatriil. 35c per package. .
CAPE COD CltAKDERRIES
ELEGANT SUGAU CURED MEATS
Hams, Strips and Shoulders.
Fulton Market Corned Beef,
Large Fat Mackerel,
Orders from the country filled promptly and
with satisfaction. We propose to suit you.
P. L. BRIDGEES & 00.
- .. j . .
HO North Front St,
nov 3 -:.-:
B u r n li a ra ' s
Is the best constructed and
finished, gives better percent
age, more power, and is told
for less money, per horsepow
er, tnan any other Turbine in
the world. X3T New pamphlet
BURN HAM BROS, York, ra
sent free by
nov a 4W
The Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID. ! '
A GREAT MEDICAL WORK ON MANHOOD.
ExhaustedVltality. ! Nerrons and Physical
Debility. Premature Decline in Jtfan. Krrora
of Youth, and tho fotold miseries reenltlnir
from indiscretion or ! excesses. A book for
every man. young, mlddlo aged and old. It
contains i presenpuons for all acute and
chronic diseases, each one of whiffh is lnvaln
able. So found by the Author, whose eTncrl,
ignore ieu w inc mi oz any pnyslclan. ZOO
pages, bound in beautiful French muslin, cm -bossed
coders, fuU gilt, guaranteed to boa
finer work in every sense mechanical, literary
and professional than any other work sold In
this country for $2.50, or the money will bo
refunded in every instance. Price only $1.00
by maU, post-paid. Illustrative sample C cts.
ocuuuuw. uuw idcisi awsraea tne autnor
by the National Medical AesoclaUon, to the
officers of which he refers.
The Science of Life should be read by the
young for instruction, and by the afflicted for
relief. It wlU benefit all. London Lancet.
There is no member cf society to-whom this
book will not be useful, wbetheryouth. parent, .
guardian. Instructor or clergyman Argonaut. -
Address the Pea body Medical Institute, r
Dr. W. II. Parker, No. 4 Bullfinch Street.
Boston, Mass., who may be consulted on aU
llseases requiring skill and experience.
Chronic and obstinate diseases teat have
named tho skill of aL j P? A 1 other
physicians a specialty. ITl CL 4 Em Bur h
treated success! oi-"fi" PJ rr r"
W without an In- I fa 1 Y S L2
stance of failure. Mention this paper,
nov 3 d&w 4w
Stores for Bent.
1)17 A REHOUSE AND OFFICES
T f above now ocnoplod by Messrs.
H. Johnson A Co. I
Store and offices above now occu
pied by A. Dumelandt. I
Both oa North Water St.; between PrinceU
and Chestnut. Apply to
aug 13 tin copy 3t DeROSSET & CO.
Brass Fire Dogs, '
Shovels and Tongs.
SOMETHING VERY NICE '
AS I VERY CI1KAP.
38 and 40 Murchlscn Block
-pTOUSE3 AND BUILDING LOTS
for sale ia all parts of the city. Cash
" i - Vi 7' t
oron theicstaixneiitp'x.11. ' ' 1'; --V.1
Apply to. . D. O'CONutt,
aug 30 aw Zcx sa:m i Ileal Eswto Agent
FRESH GOODS J5Y STEAM EKS ANI .
C.TJoe, now arriving': wx bushels Va.
MraJ, I'M bbis Farfcy Apipies.' to hor.K3 asort.
ed Cakrs, 0 bb!s N. . Cabbage, toxes
cavnei Good?, 5 I be Creamery xiuttcr, l,cco
lbs, a. C Mestj. Jxlih Potaioca, Turcica,
rionr. Mill Feed, Lard, Bacon, and Northern
Sausage, at bottom prices.
,T K- G. BLAIR,
oct 27 No, 13 North Second fet,
TP? r. f