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' C:v TOO nirhtlv.
(ireely has promised his wife
.. ihe 139 White Cross Society physi-
t. foManles to assist in
sin . ,
r the cholera patients, twenty
jje nuna her of cases ot cholera vio
tj up m Oct. 20 is given at 31.519. of
t r.i.il . rr.
,rch l lerminateu iatatiy. Ane
wfoU'-.i is set down at 29,250,000.
(iovernor St. John will have to be
weed sotr.e other way than in effigy
keep uu" 1,1 uecanrass 01 looa.
ge gives his ivepuoitcan Jneous fair
frjui ail over the land come3 the
Atprinz information that Blaine's Au-
p:Ift speech is condemned as much by
gjpabiicans as by Democrats. This is
is it should be.
The stalest tea drinker in Engiand
$ Mr. Gladstone, the greatest in France
M.Clemeaccau, and in America Mr.
Boncicault. The latter carries while
travelling a flask of tea as others do ot
In France the sale of proprietary
medicice? is only permitted after the
formaia has been communicated to
:be Academy 'of Medicine. In Germa
Djihcsa'e of all such articles is strictly
Clam chowder is getting into high-
i;Li'm in London. Mr. John Cioyton
jfthe Court Theatre, son-in-law of Mr.1
BoucicaiiU, is regarded as the crack
expert in its preparation, and is in
A correspondent of the Pall Mall
Ga:d?e calls attention to the alarming
mortality among Bishops' wives. It
spears tbat at present there are six
Bisiiops who are widowers, five wh6
kre been married twice, and one, tbe
Bishop of Liverpool, who has been
carried three times.
The death of the late Dr. Samuer
Eabbeth of London, caused by clearing,
bj means of suction, a tracheotony
:sbs he had introduced into the throat
ot a diphtheritic child, is exciting much
comment. The heroism of the act is
xcc?ded, but the question is asked if
man has a right to bring misfortune
lii own family for the sake of an
Elated case 'ot disease.
The old homestead , where Whittier
fiJ boni in 1807 is still standing, and,
whongh built more than 200 years ago,
w in good condition. Little boxes
"J pajur weights are made from the
kMs c the garret floor, and twigs of
'"e overshadowing elm are varnished
isoldior penholders, but the wholo
use would Liave to go to tho lathe to
sect the denaaud il it were answered
Pnera'dy. tor it is the old tarni houso
'ebraied by -Snowbound."
A writer in the New York Church-
boldly preaches tho gospel of aes
et.cisui. Ilia experience on taking
erge of his parish was that "success
suderGod, depended largely upon the
Jrper Leautifying of the church,
caching to the ears only has had Us
w hen one is to be so influenced,
r a dozen are to be effectually im
"ed through the eyes. As- .my
-arch decoration has progressed, so
attendance upon service has in--ttied.
And the more the Puritan
women have turned up their dear
m holy horror, exclaiming: 'Aw-
p- Shocking! Popery!' the more the
ks say: "We don't see it. "
hairs oj Cardinal ConsaWi, who
ia 1824, have brought suit against
'Sfif.nl' e A L - T 1 -
m -vutB ui tae a rupajjauua. 10 re
lfer $2 KX.000. They charge the col
pei having suppressed a will of
LafdinalV. yarions circumstances
prevented the suit from being
ed before now. The Cardinal was
Homo in 1757, and in hij
JJcity as Secretary of State to Piu$
WC0Dciarfed tDC concordat with
M)eon. Ho tvna mn of signal
jJand an active reformer of a buies
Papal States. Tho . fortune
-cy Tyoa hpnnp.ilhpd s him hv nn
i. ,rel'dy invaluable snecifie. rfemjirlcs
u r doa Daily Sportsman," editori-
rkl 8 caro OI rnenmatipra,
m aiia, sprains, bruises, is St. Jacobs
W " well-known in the English
. ,et knd has irainpd Immpnift fmo
sSSiP Australia and all: parts of
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VOL. VIll. WILMINGTON. N. C, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER
Miss Emma Nevada, the American
prima donna, arrived in New York "on
Monday. She is to sing in -Sonnam-bula"
at lhV Academy next Monday, J
she recovers irom the fatigues ot a
M. Bartholdi's statue of Libeaty is
nearly ready for shipment from Paris
to New York. It will be brought to
these shores by the French transport
Isere, which will sail from France about
the I5th ot next May.
Ver.nors predictions, tho1 in the
main pretty accurate, are not infalli
ble. But Dr. BullVCough Syrup was
never known to tail.
1I0EX TO NW AnVERNSENIEMTS.
C W YATE3 The Grand Jubilee
Wanted .A Good Uou3e Servant
Craig & Thomas Florida Oranges
IICMPnnET & Jekkies Next Week
J W Con ole r Conoley 's Drag Store
QEiNffBEBOES Bookseller and Stationer.
Geo R French & Son's Frepare for Winter
F C Miller Frlenda and Fellow Citizens
There were no interments in Bellevue
Cemetery this week.
The receipts of cotton at tt is port
to-day foot up 756 bales.
. A new line of ueck-wear is shown at
Dyer's to-day, they are very hand
There were three interments in Pine
Forest Cemetery this week, five adults
and one child.
v There were three interments in Oak
dale Cemetery this week, one adult and
Bey. Dr. Pritchard will conduct the
services at tbe First Baptist Church to
morrow, at the usual hours.
During the demonstration on Thurs
day night. the colored people behaved
vry orderly. Their conduct is to be
Our thanks are due to Messrs Hum
phrey & Jenkins, of No. 112 Sout
Front street, for a package of splendid
The Register of Deeds issued six
marriage.Jicences this week, three of
which were for white and three for
The Rev. Dr, Wood, of Statesyille,
will conduct services at the Second
Presbyterian church to-morrow at 11 a.
m. and 7.30 p. m.
Our country friends, who were here
to participate in the celebration on
Thursday night." have nearly all re
turned to their homes.
Laura Morris, an insane colored
woman, wss taken up on Market street
this morniug and lodged in the guard
house until she could be calmed down,
Our thanks are due for a cordial in
vitation to attend the grand Democratic
demonstration which will be had at
Kenansville on the night of the 28th
The vocal class at Brooklyn Hall,
which has been interrupted by the inci
dents and excitement of the election,
will be resumed on Monday night at 8
There was one case of a man charged
with vagrancy for the Mayor's con
sideration this morning. He was sent
below until be could be examined by a
Ger. brig Dr. Willc, Zepien, cleared
to-day for Hull, Eng., with 500 casks
spirits turpentine and 2,055 barrels
rosin, valued at $9,400. shipped by
Messrs. Alex, Sprunt & Son.
Thh vote of . Sampson county for
members of the Legislature was as fol
lows; J. W. S. Robinson, (Dem.)
2,517; J. A. Beam an, (Dem.) 2,535;
John Barden, (Ind. Dem.) 1,036; J.
W. Williford, (Ind.) 1,045.
Good materials properly porportioncd
which are the essential requisites in
Ready mixed Paints can be best attain
ed by using tho N. Y. Enamel Paint
sold at Jacobi's Depot. f
The receipts of cotton at this port for
the week ended to-day foot up 5,2-27
bales, as against 4,924 bales lor the
corresponding week of last year ; an
increase this year of 303 bales. The
receipts of the crop year to date toot up
61.476 bales, as against 57,027 bales to
November 24th last year; an increase
thU year of 4,449 bales.
To every Housekeeper a good
substantial cook stove is an important
necessity and our readers will find tbe
best at Factory prices at Jacobi's
Hardware pepot. ' ; t
We regret to learn that Mr. Charles
J. Pridgens. living at No. 312 North
Front street, who has been an invalid
for several months, is now in an en
tirtly helpless condition on account of
paralysis. He had an attack of this
fearful disorder several weeks ago, and
has now been stricken the second
Could Not Come.
Mr J.-A. Hewlett, ot Masoboro.
made preparations to be here on Thurs
day night to assist in the celebration,
but during the day he caught in bis
seine 27,000 fish and he was conse
quently compelled to itay at home and
take care of them. A notable instance
of another man who was "embarrass
ed with the spoils.of victory."
Bishop Parker who is to preside over
the N. C, Conference of tha M. E
Church, South, which convenes here
next week, arrived from New Orleans
last night and is the guest of Col. C. L.
Grafflin. He will preach to-morrow
at 11 o'clock at the Front Street M. E.
Church and at 7:30 p m a; the Fifth
Street M. E. Church.
Rev. Dr. Bobbitt. P. E. of the Wil
mington District, will hold his last
Quarterly meeting to-morrow and will
preach at night at the Front Street M.
At the meeting of the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners which covvenes in
this city on the first Monday in Decem
ber, all tbe newly ..elected county offi
cers will be required to give bonds, and
at the same time the newly-elected
Board of County Commissioners will
qualify and enter upon the discbarge of
their duties tor another term. The
Board was re-elected last June by the
Board of Magistrates of the county.
Among the other officers, Mr. Walker
Meares. the newly-elected County Su
perintendent of Public Instruction, will
The Opera House.
The Kitty Rhoades Theatric Com
pany appeared at the Opera House in
this city last night in Gilbert's burles
que comedy "Engaged," and it was
really unfortunate tbat the building
was not crowded to its utmost capacity
to witness the performance of this truly
laughable play as rendered by this
really excellent company. Miss
Rhoades, as Belinda Trchernt and Mr.
S. G. Ely, as Chevoil Hill, were excep
tionally good in their respective chara
ters and the support was generally
above the average. The orchestra was
superb, and the entfre company is well
worthy of a cordial and hearty support.
Thoy appeared at this afternoon's mat
inee in the celebrated play of'Fanchon,
the Cricket," a dramatization of George
Sand's novel of tbe same name. It
was this play in which Maggie Mitchell
achieved her greatest success. To
night the company will appear in
'M'liss," which was presented here last
year by Annie Pixley.
The wardrobe of Miss Rhoades' Com
pany is superb, she being the designer
of all of her own beautiful dresses.
A Pleasant Hour.
The Monroe Enquirer and Express
contains an account of the reception
giyen in honor of the marriage of Rev.
James T.Kendall, of the North Caro
lina Conference, and Miss Flora K.
Mahn. of this city, by Rey. T. W.
Kendall and wife, the parents of tbe
groom, a portion of which we copy, as
Wednesday night will long linger in
the memories ot many oi Atonroe 8
young people. I he occasion to wnicn
we have reference was the magnificent
rfp.ntion. eiven bv Rev. and Mrs. T.
W. Kendall in honor of the marriage
of the above couple. The bridegroom
who is well known to our people, is a
Carolina Conference, and the bride is a
HoftnHfnl and accomn'.ished voune- i&dv
ot Wilmington. On the evening named
the happy father and mother, with
much care and taite, gave abundant
toatimnnv of their Daternal Dride at the
wise choice of their son. Nearly all the
young people, and many old ones, too,
of Monroe, a number from Wadesboro,
Rockinebam and Wilmington, were
invited to welcome the oager votaries of
love and to participate in the enjoyment
ol the evening. And. notwithstanding
the somewhat inclement weather, all
came, saw. and pronounced it the
grandest thing of the seasou. . Every
room in Mr- Kendall's spacious resi
dence, the porches, his store and the
streets were filled with tbe many
friends and well-wishers of the newly
married. The Monroe Cornet Band
was present and, as it always does,
moved our eouIs by : the concord of
Step Ladders, all lengths, at Jacobi's
Depot. ' . . ; A
The Annual Conference of the M. E.
Church, South, will assemble at the
Front Street M. E. Church, in this city,
on Wednesday, the 26th inst. The del
egates in general will arrive on Tues
day night antr Wednesday morning.
while those who are to pass examina
tions as ministers will arrive on Mon
day night and Tuesday morning. It is
expected to be ore of tbe largest gath
erings of the kind ever held iu North
Caroiioa, and it makes a grand oppor
tunity for our citizens to display the
hospitality tor which they are ro justly
A Just Tribute.
Mr. E. V. ; Richards, the scenic
artist, who designed neaily.all ot the
transparencies for the celebration on'
Thursday night, is an Englishman by
biith and is a gentleman of fine educa
tional acquirements. His services.
treely and voluntarily given to aid in the
celebration, have been appreciated by
the Democracy of New Hanovef coun
ty. as the following will show:
Mr. E. V-. Richards:
Dear Sir: Allow me, on behalf the
Democratic Executive Committee of
New Hanover Co., N. G , U. S.. to
present you with a hat, not for its in
trinsic value, but as a memento for
your kindness and good wishes to
wards the Democratic party. May
you live long and prosper, caring al
ways above the devices ot men for those
principles which lead to the adoption
of this axiom, "Let all the ends thou
aimest :tt be thy country's, thy God's
and Truth's.1 Very respectfully.
(Signed.) Jas. W. King..
Chairman New Hanover Co. Dem.
Wilmington, Nov. 23d, 1894.
A False Alarm.
The harrowing tale told by our
Princess street neighbor this morning
of an alleged scheme to set fire to a
lot of cotton on the railroad yards on
Thursday night, proves to have been a
false alarm. The wire, covered with
cotton saturated with oil, was lound.
as alleged, but an investigation set on
foot by Mayor Hal), elicited the lact
that the wire had been stretched across
Front street by Mr. J. D. Nutt, in
front of hisdrugstore, for illuminating
purposes, and tbat it had dropped
down and been carried off by Mr. P.
Larkins' baggage wagon on its way
to theC. C. R. R. depot. It was not
discovered trailing to the wagon until
the railroad track had been crossed,
when it was detached and thrown
aside by tbe driver, who possibly
thought no more of the occurrence.
We are glad that the tacts have thus
been brought to light, thus adding their
weight to otherstrong testimony that the
people of Wilmington are, as a rule,
as orderly, peaceful and law-abiding
a people as can be found anywhere in
this broad land of ours. All of these
facts were in onr possesion yesterday
but we could not print them, on account
of the crowded condition of our colums.
In getting up our report of the parade
and procession of Thursday night, we
found it absolutely impossible to make
it as full and complete as we would
desire. We omitted to mention the fact
that Wilmington Steam Fire Engine
Co., No. 1., turned out, in uniform and
formed a noticeable part of the proces
sion. Another and beautiful feature ot
the evening was the appearance of
fifteen beautiful young ladies in uniform
on the piazza of Mr. W. A, White
head's residence, on Fifth street, be
tween Nun and Church. They were
between the ages of 14 and 16 years
and each was armed with a fearful and
war like looking musket with which
they presented arms in true soldier
style as the procession passed them
Their appearance was unique, their
soldier-like attitudes and actions were
prompt and spirited and all combined
to call forth continued plaudits from
And still another interesting and
most charming feature of the parade
was the appearance in one of the win
dowsjof Mr. Junniui Davis' residence
corner of Mulberry and North Second
streets, of four boys aged from three to
ten years, all dressed in pare white
with red and blue sashes thrown over
their shoulders. The picture was com
pletely poetic aad received, as it richly
deserved the warmest praise from all
who bad the pleasure of witnessing it.
There were undoubtedly, many other
scenes connected with the occasion that
were beautiful, interesting and appro
priate which we should gladly and with
much pride chronicle were they brought
to oor notice.,
Rev. A.'M. Conway will fill his pul
pit to-morrow at 3 p ta and will preach
a special sermon. Subject, Activities.
Capt. Hurrill. ol the Br. Steamship
Cam Marth. which arrived here to-day
from Liverpool, reports that he passed
the wreck of a t wo masted schooner on
the morning ot the 20lh Inst , water
logged, and k ok ing as if she had been
rfccn?l; abandoned. The schooner
was in lat. 32 N ; Ion. 70 W.
For durable coloring the walls o
rooms in beautiful tints, at little cost
nothing equals the Marleixe sold at
The Kitty Rhoades' Cornet Band
were out again to-day and played a
number of pieces in elegant style.
FO 3 4 ATK M K BlXK-InSt JohnM Imrrh
by the hev. J. Carmlcfcael. 1. D., K'ot r, on
the ISth Inst.. FKEDaKiCK FuSG ATE, of
Elizabeth, .New. Jersey, and Mrs. MARIA A.
MLoat, or mis city.
KENDALL M All f In thi i llv nt Vrnnt
Street M. E. Church, on Tnesduv Rvenfnir. the.
lSth Inst., by Key. E. A. Yates. D. D.,the
Kev. JAM K.i T KEND Ll , of the North
Carolina Conference, atd Miss FLORA KEL
LY, daucbter of the late Mr. Wm. 1. Mshn.
of this city.
Conoley's Drug Store.
aiG MAltKRT STREET.
WANTED A few good customers to buy
Cono'ey's Cough Syrup, Conf ley's Too
Physio (for Corns) Conoley's None Such and
Conolev's "oloame. and anvthio? else In mv
line ; Cigars, Cigarettes ami Tobacco.
nov 1 J W. CON OLE 1 .
T HOUSE NO. 211, THIRD ST BEE 1 be
twecn Chestnut and Mulberry sts., A GOOD
1IOUSE SERVANT. Ncne .bnt one who can
come well recommenced need apply,
nov 2 i It Star copy
HUMPHREY A JENKINS will
receive, at their Oyster house.
No. 112. e-outh ront St.. Forty Gal
lons of fresh New River Oysters every day
during th week. Those wishing Oysters
during Conference wiil please leave their or
dtis Oysters promptly delivered in original
packages in any quantity wanted. Also you
can fin'i Florida Oranges, Apples, Cabbages,
Turnips, Onions, weet and Irish Potatoes,
Chickens and Eggs. OysteTS sent C. O. D.
Florida Oranges !
Florida Oranges !
TU3T ARRIVED A CHOICE LOT OF
Oranges, direct from the groves of Florida.
A full supply of Bologna Sausaxe, Link Saus
age, Garl c Sausage and Liver Pudding, direct
from Richmond, Va
A full line of Family Groceries always on
hand. I ive Turkeys, Pressed Turkeys and
Chickens I ways on hand.
Old Log Cabin and Brunswick PrivaU'
Stock Whiskey, are still boomlrg.
Consignments of produce solicited.
CRAIG & THOMAS.
Produce Commission Merchants and Dealer
in Groceries, l iquors, &c, No. 113 South
Front St., almost opposite the Market.
Prepare for Winter
QUR STOCK OF BOOTJ AND SHOES for
Winter wear is very larga and varied.
SCHOOL SHOES for the Roys and Girls
the best in the State. Good wear at low prices.
Geo. 11. French & Sons,
103 NORTH FRONT STREET
Jj-LUR, MOLASSES, COFFEE, BACON,
Sugar, Salt, Corn, Rice, Meal, Lard, Soda,
Glue, Lye, 6oap, Potash, Hoop Iron, Oats,
Hay, Starch, Snuff, Crackers.Tobacco, Cigars,
Candv, Candles, Matches, Powder, Shot,
Caps, Paper Bags, Buckets, Fuse, Ac
For sale by
nov 3 KKRCHNER & C ALDER BROS
Paint the White House Red
A Git AND EXCURSION TO
nlSMHJVGTOJ i. a.
Will be glveu early in the New Year, day
not yet decided upon, for tho
PAINTING THE WHITE HOUSE RED,
And making other necessary alterations
preparatry to Installation of
Meanwhile the undersigned still continue
to lead In the
IK WILMKJdTOJT. '
JACKS05 L I5ELL,
J. L. WINNER,
Chronomctera. Fine Watches
and Jewelry repaired and warranted. '
Opposite Kew Uarket, rroat t.
ITS TU b glad n w 3T?;1 fOTSluriu rtKOi
from our friend on aay mi ra:;j
SttarrallBterestbut , .
Tk of the writer must &rway b
afehed to the EdttoT. 1 , :
CCTnnrunlcatloasnan! :uaa t ra
ono.-vtecr tne paper.' ., - ' : " " J
' rtrsonailtlea must be avoid. -
Aad It U especially aad paittailjxij xttL
tood thatthe Editor doe not always edc
tie views of correspondents unir -. ,tatc
la the editorial columna.
S. H. Trimble,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER
nd -AretlAnpr nf M. .rf4c.
tvery description. Offic comer Prii rcssfltod
ater streets. Cronly & Motrins' eld tiftnd;
. ersonal attention given to sale of h nee and
vehicles at private ea'cor at auction. Con
signraents solicited. SKTH W. lVI?,
T NO. 130 MARKET; ST-r
between Front aud Secotd. You Y
can get New River Oysters f rcftb ever rtay. :
AL-o. the best of Florida Orange.
" Hyst.ra shipped to any part of tbe Slate.
novn iwk It. JU DIXON. -
Stores for Kent.
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICES
atove now occupied by Messrs
11 . JLneon & Co. -t
Store and ofllcea alove now occu-
:let hv A. Dumcbin.rt:
Roth on Korth Water st. ; bMwn
and Chestnut. Apply to .
aug li Str copy St T-eROSSET & CO."
1000 CABBA(:E. . : ,
25 laLS. POTATOES -
MUST RE SOLD.
cov -t W. K. DAVIS & SOX
FEW MORE BOARDERS, EITHER
taole, regular or trans'ent, can be accommo
dated with comfoitab'e rooms and the best the
market anorus, at
MRS. ROBERT LKE'S,
113'; Market si., bet. Front and Second.
nov iS if
The Election is Over I
I-HK COUNTRY IS SAVED. OUR PUR-
cIuecs are large. Our t xpeuf cs small and we
arc determined to ecli Groceries cheap to suit
these hard times. Save money by buying
from E. G. BLAIR, ,
nov 15; No. 19 North Second fcL '
OUSES AND BUILDING LOTS
tor sale in all parts of the city. Cash
or on tho instalment plan.
Apply io 1. O'UOiSOK,
aug 30 aw 3m sat m . Real Estate Agent
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, The tan-"
derslgncd having qualified as Administra
tor of the estate of tho late Roberts. Radcliffc,
of New Hanover County, hereby notifies all
persons having claims against the same to
present them on r be r ore the 10th day of Oc
tober. 1885, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of them. Those who an l'dcbcd totte
same will please make immedlato pavment.
oct 10 law Sw frl Administrator
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having
qualified as Administratrix upon the c
i e of tbe late Mary P. Pickett, notice is hero
by given to ad persons having claims agah'Ht
ih- same to present thera to me on or beff re
thelTth October, 16S3, or this notice will bo
pleaded In bar of a recovery. Those Indebted
the time wi'I pleaee make immediate pav
ment. MRS. 8. J. TJAKER, Admx.
October 17, Sc4 us, ,
H VINt QUALI FIKD A 8 A b M I S LST Ji A
tor on toe estate o Guitford u Oudler,
deceaee-i, notice is hereby given to all persons
indebte ' io his estate to mal e immediate pay
ment, and all pen ons-having claims against
sid estate will present them for payment
within the time prescrir.ed by law. or this
notice wilibe pleaded in bar of tb-ir recovery,
oct 30 iaw6w th It. 8. MA.ti.TIN Adnir
Norfolk Oysters !
QAN NOW BE FOCND
At the GEM RESTAURANT,
No. 20 North Front Street.
nov 15 WILL WEST.
Carolina Yacht Club Cigars,
JgEST 5 CENTS CIGAR ONTHEMABKRT.
Good Whiskey, Ecer, Oyeters, Ac
OLD ORTH STA1E SALOOST, .
nov 11 6 South Front Street.
JOK, ii AND C5 CENTS PER BUNCI I.
New fctyka in Felt, Velvet and Straw HaU
Ostrich Tips and Plumes, Fancy Feathers,
BlLbons,-atIns, "Velvets, Zephyrs, Saxocy,
Ac, at -.v--.
M ES. K ATE C. WIN Es.,
No. 113 North Second Street, . . .
ov20tf Bet. Chestnut and Princess sts
Book-Seller and Stationer,
PIANOS AhD ORGANS, FANCY GOODS,
, WEDDING PRESENTS.
GUITARS. VIOLINS. ACCOKDEONS, BAN-
JOS, STRINGS Ac.
A GOOD COOK STOVE. A GOOD HEAT- .
Ing Stave, a eood t.vap. a good Kerosene
bprc, wcoAd Door lat, good Telle i Set. a
gool lap Hoard, a gool Cako Box. a pood
klTwt! Bu2lav a iroixl Feather Doster. Our
Dave ncrta & If to uy that's so, and idd a 1
V PARKER & TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. w ot17
JJ Y SENDING YOUR LIGHT COLORED
good to MONAC1P3 teaia Dye Works. lStj
eeconi St.. and hi lag them cade darter lor
Fall and Winter wexr you'll ave theexpcn&e
or buylsz a new rult or drtss. Coaplcta aad
fruh lot dye stnjl jejn rexlTed.