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WILMINGTON, N. CVr TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1888.
1 to receive their paper regularly.
a the editorial columns. ... : . ,
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iLvlJi.j V lil JJLr v.
EVitViM of Dlscases.7 btv
, ihfl "Father of Diseases,' te
Ptherefi no medium throng.
ca Ar "nn attacks the system
t.sorption of poisonous x
rflt U'U. - . .
ntion of decayed anaeneie mavir
W?Sach and bowels. It is caused
8Suver, not enough bile being
from t ho blood to produce,
oWathartlc,and is generally
ganied with such results v .
ws of Appetite,
Sick Headache, .
Bad Breath, etc.
patment of Constipation does not
in nnloadiSg the bowels.
fBUBrreatercosuveness. xo secure
iTjtfftbltof body without changing?
C4isorganixing the system
.VriJteation. after suffenng with Cocstipa
,,7:0 or three years, was called to Simmons
t ftSuawr, ana, having triedalmost every
l5 , , , t trv it. I first tooV. a
SSl and afterwards reduced the dose to a J
as per directions, after each meal. I .
ZTt a it had done me so much gooa taaxi
!?.d it actil I tooic two bottles. Since then I
Sewerienced any difficulty. .1 keep it in
Sle aTd would not be without it, but have
Jsefor it, it having cur ed me Geo . W .
s, Ass't Clerk Superior Court, Bibb Co., Oa.
Take only the Genuine,
fv hi; on the Wrapperlhe red 5?S Trade
J.H. ZEELIN & CO
A New and Elegant Hotel
WITH ALL THE FACILITIES FOR
Sinntcs' Bide from WilmiBgk
jai commanding a beautiful -
mvm rvn rhn t n CSV A "NT
: lie IV UI J,ttli 'ouuun i
Board at "Reasonable Itatea.
for further particulars apply to
W. A. BRYAN.
iur27tf Wilnilngton, N. V.
Fresh Fisli Every Day
E ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHrP ALL
finds ot Fish on short notice.
G. G. AMAN & CO.
sept 24 Dock St., bet. Front and Water.
The Stokley House,
pAKTIES IN WANT OF ACCOMMODA-
OGnsatWrightsville will nnd the STOKLEY
HuCSK weU supplied with aU that- is neces
sary. DQarihj the day, week or month at low
r2r& suppers to order at any hour- dur
ing the t?eniDpr.
All ol ihe delicacies of salt water,flsh,crats,
cams, strtaps, &c, furnished to guests.
JuainBoat3, Fishing Boats,Flshlng Tackle,
tfarnisJie(l on short notice.
""Stottey House fronts the water and 13
wtain lOOyards ot the Depot.
W. II. STOKLEY,
of Fraud, as my name" and. the price
wmpedon the bottom of all my advertised
U-fore leaving the factory, which protect
Z ' T"1" ftainst hljch prices ana Inferior goods.
?aler offers W. L. IonKlaf shoes at a, re
rTi. " or My3 he has them without my name
JJW 8laiped on the bottom, put him down as
p. L. DOUGL.AS
w SHOE. obW
Lttvf.83 SEAaH.FSS"'shoe Fmooth
Cnuw.O TACKS or WAX THREAD to
'T Rlp casy 33 hand-sewed and IVIIi.
,I?5iUGL-S S4 SHOE, the orlpinal
kiwv.4."swca wt1' "hoe. Equals US-
tuoii VLGVVS 3JM POLICE SHOE.
.A Ya. luaHIH
as a lland-Sewod bhoe. No Tacks
XT X 1 J?r,l to hurt thP toft.
- tyU ar. iwt Kiwrwi
SHOE is unexcelled
Rt f.lf Klinii f 1u.
iVA'.VGLAS 88.2.'i WORKING-
feK?G,s SHOE FOR BOYS
vi .. one pair oncht to wear a man a rear,
j:-one rmir onrht
LW. t WAll?:1 coe in ine worii.
shoM i 'ii? sniAl1 Hoys a chance to wear the
ii r? hi the world. . .
t-M Cpntrress, Button and Lace. If not
HrcaW.write W. Lw DOUGLAS
uS4i3m eodip fjwilmlnston.iN..
Jidne must not only act a a purga
Tii a tonic as well, and notproduca
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liOCAL 3SJ Jb! W S,
j INDEX TO New advertisements.
J Elsbach Removed.
FW Outmanx Oysters
M M Katz Dres3 Goods.
J B Fabkar Doh't Delay
Muxds Beos Phannacfsts -T C
W,P TooiiEK, Cashier Removed
V C Miller Tlnv and White fiossamer
The Mechanical News A Seasonable Offer
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The "scliool at St. Jaiues' Hom
will open on Mowclsiy next, Oct. 8tii;
W iiidow G las.. by the nox or light.
Save mouevbv buying from Jacobi s
Hdw. Depot. t
A part; of 'young men went out
deer driving this morning but thev
didn't get the deer.
Fishermen will find the cheapest
place for Gill Twine, Rope, etc., is
at .TacobTs Hdw. Depot. t
All kinds of School Books and
School Supplies cnu be bought
cheapest at Hinsberger's.
Do not be induced to take some
other preparat ion when you call -for
Hood's fcursaparilla. Be sure to get
Hood s, which is peculiar.
For North Carolina, light
rains and slightly warmer weather.
Dr. T. H. Pritchard will preach at
the Baptist Chapel, corner Fifth
and Wooster streets, at 8 o'clock to
The public schools in the city all
opened yesterday. The aggregate
enrollment is about 1,200, an in
crease of 15 per cent on last year.
Third Dart v Walker, the nominee
for Governor on the Republican
annex, will anuress a coioreu as
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sembly at the Court House to-night.
Hanmness sunreme. This is the
condition of all who have been wise
nnd nurchased Stoves at JacoDi'3
If you want a picture framed go
to Heinsberger's. He has a large
assortment of Mouldincrs to select
Mr. W. P.Monroe has resigned his
position on the Messenger to accept
that of baggage master on the Car
olina Central R. It.
The Republican Congressional
Committee from this district met at
Lumberton to-day and nominated
Mr. C. P. Lockey, of this city, for
Representative in the next Congress.
The office of the Wilmington
Savings and Trust Company nas
been removed to No. 108 princess
cfrtmT.' rpp.piit.lv oncunied bv Jno. D.
Bellamy, Esq., as a law office.
Mr. J. Elsbach has completed the
removal of his stock of goods to No.
122 Market street, two doors East o
rnvlnr's Bazar, where he will be
glad to-see his friends and cus
Those of our subscribers who have
changed their residences will please
notify us at once of the same. Doiv
put this off but do it at once. 1
nnstn.1 card :s as irood as a verba
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message any day.
. Mr. W.H. M. Koch, of the Na
tional Saloon, corner Market ana
North Water streets, received this
morniiii? a fine load of New River
oysters, to which the attention o
the public is invited.
Mr. F. W. Ortmarin has receiver
at the Club Ilooms,on North Second
street, a small but very fiue lot o
New River oysters. Those who wan
them should call at once, as they
will not stuy long.
At the regular monthly meeting
of the Howard Relief Fire lingine
r.n No 1. h'ftlrl last niirht. Mr. M. G
Tienken resigned the position o
Foreman Of the Company and Mr.
H. H. Gieschen was elected to sue
Rock Crystal Spectacles and Kyefflasses
Advice to old and youugv In se
lecting spectacles you should be cau
tious not to take more magnifying
wjcertliaii has been lost to tbe eve
as in'the same proportion that you
pass that point of increase, will cause
you further injury to the eye. Using
glasses of stronger power tlntn is ne
cessary is the dail yAuse of prema
ture old age to thesight. -You can get
the at. Heinsberger's.
Wh now have it. a Door Lock that
cannot be picked. It is clcnp ahil
safe. See it at Jacohi's Hardware
Depot. v I t
Good boating water is the report
or the Cape Fear now.
Friend Pishblate made a good hit
when he hoisted that big picture of
Clevpland 'And Th nvtnnn nron life'
store. It is a real work of art and .1
work of art
passes-by seem to never weary of f
admirrmr It. I
Three nights at the Opera House
this week and three next. The Mins-
trels are booked for to morrow j
night, Gran for Friday and Saturday, j
the "Streets of New York," for Mon-
day and Tuesday and Butt's 'pam&j
rama for Wednesday.
"This Street is a Necessity." .
A correspondent, T. D., writes us:
4 Will you inform a constant reader
of vour progressive paper what has
been done in regard to the opening
of a street from Miller to Market
street? The matter was referred to
the City Engineer by the Board o
Aldermen at a meeting held some
time ago. This street is a neces
Dr. Potter's Report. -Dr.
F. W. Potter, Superintendent
of Health, submitted his monthly
report to the Board of Aldermen
last night. "&is," hesays, "a very
gratifying exhibit as compared with
any previous Septe'mber," as fol
lows: September 1888, 33 deaths;
1887, 35; 188G, 38; 1885, 35; 1884, 30.
The total for the past month includes
one killed and four still-born, lea v.
ine: the number of deaths from. dis.
ease, 28 4 white and 24 colored
Dr. Potter adds: "I think from the
above we may be encouraged to
prosecute the work of cleaning up
and disinfecting. As regards dig
ging up weeds, &c, I would suggest
a thorough cleaning up in .that di
rection in the Spring of the year, as
has been urged by our best physi
cians and sanitarians."
Fender County Convention, j
The Democrats of Pender county
met in convention yesterday at Bur-
gaw. The meeting ;as called to or
der by Mr. J. T. Bland, Chairman of
the County Executive Committee,
Dr. J. C. Shepard was elected chair
man and Messrs.- J. Or. Parker and
Bruce Williams secretaries.
The Convention was addressed by
Dr. S. S. Satchwell, Mr. L. H. Me
Clammy and Mr. Gibson James.
The following ticket was nomi
For the House R. C. Johnson.
For Sheriff A. H. Paddison.
For Register Jas. P. Stringfield.
For Coroner J. H. Harper.
For Surveyor John Moore.
Now let the Pender county Dem
ocrats pull off their coats and go to
work to redeem themselves from
Radical rule. They can do it if they
will. All that is necessary is har
mony and hard work.
The Board of Commissioners of
New Hanover County met yesterday
in regular session.
County Treasurer Hewlett submit
ted his monthly report, showing a
balance m hand to the credit of the
general fund, amounting to $9,761.10,
and balance to credit of the educa
tional fund, $12,020.12.
County Register Sampson submit
ted report, showing receipts from
marriage licenses for the month
amounting to $G.65, y
A. Ft Lucas was granted license to
sell malt liquors in the county from
September 1st to January 1st, 1889.
It was ordered, that the polling
place for the second district of the
First Ward be changed from Fourth
and Brunswick streets to the engine
house near the corner of Sixth and
G, Rosenthal, appointed registrar
for the Fourth Ward, declining to
serve on account of ill health, W. J
Rosenthal was appointed to the vft-:
John Pleasant was appointed poll
holder in "Cape Fear t township, in
place of Levi Nixon.
L. D. Cherry was appointed specT
ial surveyor to survey marsh ladd
of L. R. Mason in Harnett toxsrhip.
Ordered, that the. valuation of
property of DL. Evans, on block
179, east part of lot No. l,be reduced
from $3,U00 to $2,750.
It.was ordered by the Board that
all persons whose property had been
I returned delinquent, upon . v.hch 5
; double tax had accriyuK lie allowed
iau accrieqt lie -aiiQweu
t6 list the4ame before . the sheriff
iipon payment of sin-Ie tax the
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Condition being that the tax must be
jVifcl when the property is listed.
";; Board of Alderman. w
A regular meeting of the Board of
j Aldermen was held last night at the
i City Hall, air the members , of the
Board with the exception ol Alder-
a.iaerman Fearsall, from
Streets and- Wharves Committee.
jreportea relative to the Cruz b mid-
j ing on South Front street, 'that the
buildingis going to ruin on account
of age and neglect, and that the city
is not liable. Tliev irebort was re-
ceived "and ordered Tiled.
" AlderuiaTishblate moved that
an appropriation of $250 be made
for the purchase of a hose carriage
horse for the Cape Fear Company.'
A communication from the -street
hands, asking increase of pay, was
returned bythe Streets andWharves
committee without .recommenda
The Sanitary Committee reported
work in their department during
the past month as fairly well done
and that sanitation is as good as
can reasonably be expected. They
recommend that the Board of Audit
and Finance (in view of the neces
sitv for a system of sewerage) be
requested to reconsider their action
in declining to make an appropra
tion to meet initiative steps to this
end. The report was, on motion
The report of the Chief of the Fire
Department, giving an account of
tests of water pressure at hydrants,
was read. Tests were made on the
28th of September, at five different
points, using fifty feet hose and one
inch nozzle at each place, with the
following result: At Fourth and
Church streets, height of stream
90 feet; Sixth and Orange, 80 feet;
Fifth and Market, 95 feet; Sixth and
Chestnut, 85 feet; Seventh and Mul
berry, 90 feet. The committee rec
ommended an extension of 90 days
time to tbe Water Works Company,
in addition to ' the ninety days al
ready allowed, to pat down larger
The Market Committee reported
the rental of stalls, etc., in the mar
ket houses, and that all parties
renting had complied with the terms
except two for the rent of the two
most desirable stalls in Front street
market. This matter, however, it is
expected will be adjusted in a few
days. The committee reports total
receipts from rents, etc., for the past
The petitition of C. V. MeClam
my.and G. G. Aman, to be relieved
of rent of store in Front street mar
ket, was referred to the Market Com
mittee. Petition of Shjloh Baptist Church
for a sidewalk and lamp on Walnut
and McRae streets, was referred to
Committee on Streets and Wharves.
On motion of Alderman Dudley the
policemen whose pay was docked on
account of being quarantined six
days in August by the Board of
Health were allowed pay for the
time, the Board of Audit and Fi
Alderman Fishblate stated that in
the case of police office Bornemann
the majority of the Committee on
Police differed with the Mayor, the
other member of the committee,
who desirod ihe dismissal of the offi
cer for dereliction of duty and being
found asleep 4tt his .post, and after
thorough investigation thought a
fine of five dollars and a severe rep
Alderma.n Price moved that the
flue of live dollars imposed by the
report of the committee be sustain
ed. Adopted , :
Alderman Fishblate moved that
the tine be remitted. Adopted.
Alderman Dudley moved that the
fine of ten dollars imposed on Ser
geant Bender, last March, be remit
last week Dexter
Wood, of Burgaw,"ra.n, across a big ceivedK full value)t that he bought
den of rrtlleakes in' the woodsand sold. He did not see why the
about 8 mills, (ro;u that town. He j city should back ip the railroads
killed, aja.il captured the sheds j against the public. If the tax was
(caiHxfX kius) of 18. And it was put at ier annum the city would
not a goot day for snakes, either.- j re4eU that sum, but if at $300, it
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If all accounts which comu tons, After further discussion between
xi ; , !,r r; ii.i . i iit xr .
aie correct the iuiustrel tntertain- Mr. iMsnblau and Mr, Kasprowicz
I ttiotit. t fJ.n..r:, ISrnwM to-iiinrrow
. y,,vv, r . .
night will cpen the theatrical rt-
coues to us ivs a j
rare coutideut that it
roxl one cwnhvy
are couaaent luat it win iirvepuu..Mio hwi uh-chuj;, nuu n-
a line show. Tickets are on sale at
Heinslierger's, where rrved seats
J may be secured.. " The Ijaud will pa-
I rade at nooja to-morrow.
, Shot his Sweetheart.
At about 10 o'clock this morning
Missouri Bowden, aged 22 years, a
colored girl living in an . alley "be.
ween Front and Second and
Wooster and Dawson streets, was
shot in the street near there by a
colored man bv the name of Charles
Bryant, 21 years of age. The man
was engaged to be married fto the
jirl and it is supposed' that Jealousy
was the cause. The shot was from
a 32 calibre pistol, and it struck her
just in rear of the left-w breast. and
ranged upwards. Three shots were
fired, the last only ' taking effect.
The wound is not considered as
necessarily fatal and she" may re
cover. As vet she lias oeeii unable
to tell the cause of the" shooting,
aithough she. has endeavored to do
so. Bryant escaped and has not
yet been captured.
There was a large crowd of spec
tators gathered at the City Court
this morninganda full docket, which
was disposed of as follows:
Sam Jones, assault and battery
with a deadly weapon,? hound over
to the next term of the Criminal
Court in the sum of a $50 justified
Willis Morrisey, disorderly con'
duct, $10 or 20 days.
William Faison, disorderly zon
Pete Balentine, disorderly con
Samuel Merrick, assault and bat
tery, case transferred to Justice Jno,
J. J. MeG ant ry, tramp, discharged.
Laney Moore, disorderly conduct
$10 of 20 days.
Oliver Nash, assault and battery,
Mary J. Lawrence, disorderly con"
duct, $20 or 30 days,
Bettie Pigford, disorderly con
duct, $20 or 30 days.
" Denis Smith, disorderly conduct,
$10 or 20 days.
Board of Audit and Finance.
The Board of Audit and Finance
met yesterday afternoon in regular
The unfinished business an ordi
nance adopted by the Board of
Aldermen imposing- a tax of $25 per
month on ticket scalpers was taken
up.- Alderman Fishblate, whoHwas
present, requested to be allowed to
address the Board, and "did so,
earnestly urging the approval of
the ordinance. He said that he did
hot appear as a member of the
Board of Aldermen to urge favorable
action in the matter, but as a rep
resentative of the business men and
a member of the committee appoint
ed for the purpose at a meeting held
a short time ago at the Orton. Busi
ness men had felt the effects of the
railroads withdrawing their excur
sion rate tickets, and they had been
assured by . the railroad officials
that these low rate tickets would be
again placed on sale if the ordinance
taxing ticket scalpers was adopted,
and he thought that the entire busi
ness interests of the city would suf
fer if this was not done.
The Clerk read replies to a circu
lar letter sent out by direction of
the chairman of the Board, in re
gard to the tax imposed In other
cities "on ticket brokers, showing
that the tax ,was $10 per annum in
Richmond, VaM, $50 per annum in
Charleston, S. C, $25 in Savannah,
Ga., and $3G0 per annum in Colum
The chairman asked the pleasure
of the Board in the matter, when
Mr. H. 11. Kasprowicz entered and
asked to be heard. He claimed that
it was a fight of the railroads against
the ticket brokers of the city. So
far as excursion tickets were con-
I erned he had agreed not to handle
them: it was the through ticket
f (for whieh the railroads had re.
uMti!l nnrliin-' .
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Mr. Miiiiutuyr moved that as-the lull
board w:as not pre&ent Oir.
beinj absent) that consideration of
the matter be again' deferred
was SO or
mils were audited and approveti
as folio ws; Uurrent expenses,
C00.CS; refunded taxes, $157.34.
$ - 7,
The receipts of cotton at this port
to day foot np 1,202 bales.: -
"Diseased nature oftentimes
ireaks forth in strand Prrmtirms "
and the result of it all is pain. Now
Salvation Oil willsend this very pain
to the right about at the trilling
cost of only 25 cents. -'
. Hernials Answered. .
EDiTort Rkvikw: In reply to
rJertha" vesterdAv tb col
She sold 2-0ths part -
H. A. W., Jr.
It:Costs You Nothing
g-A1I YOU A COLD? STOP IT BY CALL-
,Dat i!DS BltOTIlERS7 ' DKUG TORE
and pctt inar a.bottlo free of Ackers crhMtM
wi""811,!!1' wh,ca u do tlie work-,
warranted to cure all Throat nnd T.n m!
Consumption Colds. Hoarsenes"s. in-
u(rcuti iiTJncnuis ana Asthma. octs
on i Sarins 4 Trust fern
TFAVE REMOVEP TO Mn ino pptv. -ri.
STAnt;,the offloe recently Decapod by Mr.
i??' Bellamy, Jr., where buslnass will here.
juirr u iransacrco. t AV. P.TOOMKlt
001 1 " . . - Cashier. -
JUST RECEIVED A LOT OFTHEv yS
i iucou uw ivtx vjysiers or tnoc v
season. Served In any stylo desirted at the
National Saloon, corner Market and Water &ts.
"CTgZT W 1L M KQCII,; Prop.
New River Oysters. v
JUST RECEIVED A' FINE s
of New River .Oysters. como.cariyVv
and be supplied. They will not stay ion?.
oct2 2t Club Rooms, N. Second st.
J HAVE REMOVED JIY SHIRT PACTORY
from No. 27 Market street to No. 122,' two drors
above Taylor's Bazaar,-formerly occupied by
Mr. it. Greenburg. where I will be glad to have
all of my old customers and new ones to call,
octllw . J. ELSBACH.
A Seasonable Offer.
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ANY PERSON INTERESTED IN MANU
tacturing, Mining, MHUng, Engineering',
the Mechanical Trades ox SclenUflo Subjects,
will receive a copy of one ot the best papera
published on such matters, also a complete
Catalogue of PracticaJ ,aizd lnuustnarooJt
by sendingr name and address to ,
THE MECHANICAL NEWS.
oct 2 3 110 Liberty St., New York. v
Don't Delay, r
gEND YOUR BROKEN OK INJURED FUR.
nlture to me and I will repair it promptly and
at low prices. :" ;
I propose to make my living this, way and I
will do the work weU and will not charge too
much for doing It. ; Call and seo some of the
repairs I have already made, i will also re
pair Sewing Machines, Musical Instruments,
&c,, as well as Furniture. Will cheerfully
give estimates or probable cost of repairs,
come and see me. '
J. B. FARRAR.
oct 2 . ' Na 11 N. Second st.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEU ii.
GOODYEAR, COOK & DILLON?S "
New Features, New Novelties. Including the
Great Triumvlate of Comedy, , .
CHAS. W, GOODYEAR, GEO. IL EDWARDH,
. - JOHN STILES.
BAND PABADE AT NOON.
Seats on sale at nelnsbergers. Usual prices
octl3t, , -
Coal and Wood.
J AM NOW FULLY PREPARED TO MEET
all demands for fueL' Coal delievered free.
Wood ditto, wood sawed to any length de
sired. All at lowest market prices. -
J. A. SPRINGER,
oct 16m Central Wood and coal Yard.
James 0. Munds, Agent,
Princess St reet, between Front and Second.
I will be pleased to see all old frtend3 and cus-
tomers and to make ucw friend's of new cus
tomers. . sept 27 tf
25th Annual Session.
rpHE TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL KESfclON
Jl of 3llsse Burr & James' bchool will com
mence on Thursday, Oct. 4th, at : St. Joi n's
Chapel, on Third, between --Red .cross and
Campbell htreets, where it ha been locate -n
for the past two years. The street, cars nt li
ning on Jied cross, a few yards froih llie bind
ing, can cover any objection to dlstJua e. A
well -ventilated schoolroom, pleasant f !
ground, good cistern of water and retired ; : -jiatlon
make it more desirable than raor
central localities available. .
The Principals, as heretofore, will t -n.inr i
effort for the advancement of t he punus ki r.
ly entrusted to their -.care, civln ltitidn
attention to each., and ruling with nrral
? loving discipline
' Their many graduates, some of them vs.
; occupying the position of iacbcrs. uti:;.
: iia-vMioLCHa. -asuikunduwi in li iT c
: cuiars. scnoiars rccciveu only ior inc bc
no deduction telng made except in :-' s
. obcr Chargcdon!y from
--irt w-k ti!r a Tl
'i ncmc cnicnc r u i , cr
date of cntr.ui t-.
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION given by iS rs. M.
f K.trKshin??-'vhosr Uff-lnnf drvn?lrn in t ' t-
- ? science and long exrxtlence in u-ncLii .,'.
should boa guara n fee for her ability.
ocai mufeic. calisthenics end rrco i; .u .
- j so free of charge, glvr-n weekly.
tor inn.Tr paruciiars nrpiv to
vpt I? - I'll JJ rn I NCI I V