rhis medicine combining Iron with yure
Vegetable tonics, quickly and completely
( nres Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Wrnknes.,
impure Blood, Malaria., Chill and Ferrr,
It is an uniailirTs; remedy fur Diseases of l
Kidney nd Uver.
It is invaluable for I'loCacs rojiif r I;
(Toinen, and all who lead sedentary IL.vs.
It does not injure the teeth, cause Leailnchc -r.r
produce constipation olhT Jrr-n m1icii-r !.
It enriches anl purifies thcblfodtf-::mi;":i!
the appetite, aids the Assimilation of i o!. r.
vves Heartburn and Ya hhiig, ai:..i t.ixv..'.'
is the muscles and licrvcs.
For Intermittent Feve rs. I.as'itvdo, Lac";;
energy, ic, It lias no equal .
The genuine has .'drove trade rvurk
crossed red lines on wrapper. lithe i ....
iuleiljb7 EK0WM'1IE3M-AI. I'XWIH'iV.i .
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
White! Lead, Paints,
French Window Glass.
QKSC7 FOIJ N. r.ENAMEL PAINT
; CO'S READY PIIEPARKD PAINT
QALL. AND EXAMINE OUxi GOODS AND
get our prices before purcaaoing The fact
that our Paints are irom the celebrated Fac
torle3 of Wcthctill & Co.. and Harrison Bros j
& Co , la suTioleat guarantee for their quality
A fine line of Cooking stoves at Facte y
Prices, In addliloa to oar larrc ant! full i
to which your ftttenUonts'respeetf ally Invited.
8.2pt 2 18 .South Fror.t Si
QUARANTINE FOR THE PORT OF Wil
.mluglon will be cuforcad from May 1st to
Novomber 'at, aa follows :
Pilots will bring all ve solsfrf ra Ports south
of Cape Fear to the Quarantine anchors'. p-e;
also, all vessels which have had any kind of
sickness oa board during the passive or un
arrival, and will cause a signal to be Fet iu D-.3
main rigglnpc on the port side, as -toon as pos
sible after croaalng th Bar
'o vef-ecl must leave thetiuarantinc anchor
age, or allow any person, eteamer.or tug t oat, !
lighter, or boat ot any Kind t- go along si e,
unlcps by written authority from the Quaran
tine Physician; and every vessel must be an
chored as i"ar to the eastward of the channel
as Is consistent wlthsafety.
Regulations governing vessels while iu Quar
antine may be had on application at the oCi- c
of the Quarantine Phys'ciau at Smlthville
Applications for permits to visit vessels in
Quarantine mast be made to Dr. .Thomas F.
Wood or Dr. Geo. G. Thomas, and nerm t- to
obtained will be end Teed by the Quarantine
Physician, if, in his oulnion, it is proper and
ar.fe t allow communication with such vessels
A penalty of "2 0 for each and eprery oflVfncc,
will be enforced agtlnst any. pei son violating
any of the Quarantine Regulations of the Port
W. G. CURTIS W. I,
Quarantine Physician, Port of Wilmington.
THOS. F. WOOD, M. I). ) Consultant8.
GEO. Q. THOMAS, 41. D. WMttlttB,B'
may 1 2am 6m 1&15
First National Bank of Wil
mington, CAPITAL. 8TtCi..
D3ioslt3 reoolvod tad eoUectlona rsdo o.
acwSblo point i la.the Unit! Stxtivs,
K. K. 3URRU39 D G. WORTH
A.. UARTIN. j ' JAH. SPRUNT.
USOSGE CHAD BOURN.
E. E. BURRU3S Frfe-jldeE
A. K. WALKER . - Cfcsfclfi-
Electric Appliance are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
ro mn gklt, ygunq-gr old,
X"iTlJ faftVrhyr fr&ai Kotn Dkeiutt,
V Lost Vitalitt. Lack of Ngrsrs Fence ajd
I'l'A'R, Wisuxo V.EltMi-iC--i. sad all Uioae dise&sps
f ltRSOXA!, XiTtaK resultiu? frjm Abcies
dTUxa. Soeel7 Uief ani couipk-te rcst-
.tiou of Ukalth.". iook an MAXHooDOUAR.vxrt:EX.
Jiit trranticdl ncory &( the Nineteenth C-Btrr.
ir.d at once for Illustrated ltuui&let free. Address
VOLTAIS BUT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
I The Daily Review.
OSH. T. JAMES, Editor & Prop.
W ILMINGTON. N. C.
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1884.
Kntered at tbe PostcfSce at Wilmington. N. C,
a Becond-clasa matter. '
Election Tuesday, Nov. 4.
(J ROVER CLEVELAND,
of New York.
YOU VICE PIZESIDENT:
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS.
foi: (iovEKNoi: :
ALFRED M, SCALES,
I OU LIEUT. (iOVEKNOK:
CHARLES M. STEDMAN.
of New Hanover.
FOK SECKETAKY OF STATE:
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS,
FOTl STATE TREASUKEK:
DONALD Y RAIN,
W. P. ROBERTS,
THEODORE F., DAVIDSON,
for superintendent of public -instruction
S. M. FINGER,
associate justice j supreme court:
A. S. MERRIMON,
for electors-at-large :
W. H. KITCHEN,
JOHN N. STAPLES.
R. T. BENNETT,
ELECTOR, SIXTH DISTRICT,
A FA I It PRO TECT I V K
The. National Democratic Flat
form Indorsed by Clrover
"We believe that la tor is best re
warded where it is freest and most en
lightened. It should therefore he fos
tered and cherished.;"
The DeDic.crn.tic tfarty insists ibat it
is tht duty ot l his Govern. usnt to
PI JOT EOT with equal fidelity and
vigilance the rights of its citizens, na
tive and naturalized, at home and
4 We demand in behalf of the Democ
racy freedom loc j AM1SIUCAN
LiA.no K by reducing taxes to the end
th'at these United States may compete
with unhindered powers for the pri
macy amous nations in all tbe arls of
peace and fruits of liberty."
-"The great issue j of reform and
change in administration is submitted
to the people in calrd confidence that
the popular voice w ill pronounce in
favor of new men ami new and more
favorable eoudiuons for the growth of
industry, the extension of trade, the
employment and due reward of Labor
and ot capital and :he general welfare
of the whole country."
"in making reduction iu taxes it. is
not proposed to injure any domestic
industries, but rather to promote
their healthy growth. From the
inundation of this Government taxes
collected at tho Custom House have
been the chief source of Federal reve
nue. Such they mnst continue to be.
Moreover, many industries have come
to rely ujton leyislature for successful
continuance so iltat any chanqe of law
must be at every step rcaardful of the
tabor and capital thus involved; the
process of reform must be
subject in the execution to this
plain dictate of justice. All taxation
shall be limited to the requirements of
econom ical government. The necessary
reduction ia taxation can and must be
effected WITHOUT DEPRIVING
AMERICAN LABOR OF THE
ABILITY TO COMPETE SUCCESS
FULLY WITH FOREIGN LABOR,
AND WITHOUT ' IMPOSING
LOWER RATES OF DUTY THAN
WILL BE AMPLETTO COVER ANY
INCREASED COST OF PRODUC
TION WHICH MAY EXIST IN
CONSEQUENCE OF THE HIGHER
RATE OF WAGES PREVAILING
IN THIS COUNTRY." Platform
Unanimously Adopted by the National
Convention of the Democracy at Chicago.
Taking the cue from Mr. Blaine's
blocdy shirt speeches in Inaiana, Mr.
Mears, a Republican member of the
Vermont Legislature, on Thursday in
troduced a j resolution declining to
make an appropriatibp for the proper
representation of that State at the New
Orleans Exposition, on the ground that
the States of the South, by ''unjust ballot-law?,
massacres,-Tiots, murder and
violence have succeeded in depriving
jarge numbers ofcitizens, white and
colored, of the free, unobstructed exer
cise of the right of suffrage.' The
mover of the resolution supported it in
a violent speech, bui after debate it was
dismissed, Mr. Mears only voting for
it, and the Green Mountain boys will
be represented at New Orleans despite
Mr. Blaine's single convert.
; .. " ' , , r ' ' 1 " .........
John T. Raymond never ale a vegeta
ble; in hi3 life. He ba3 ar invincible
repugnance to that kind' of food. He
recently told an , interviewer that; the
mass of English people know 'nothing
of America. Tt is," he said, "a blank
wall to them. They know there ia j a
New York and a Philadelphia, but
whether New York is in Philadelphia
or Philadelphia in New York, or both
some othr place, they don't know.'1
Recently, off Cape Horn, the fastest
sailing vessel in the world was I$st.
She was called the Oracle. She once
made the passage from Liverpool to
Cape Hcnlopen in twelve days, the
quickest passage ever made by any
sailing vessel. The latter part of the
Oracle passage was remarkable, she
having overtaken and distanced the
famous Guion line steamship Alaska,
and the Inman steamship City of
Berlin, and was reported at the Dela
ware Capes, when the English steamers
were seen off Fire Island, Ixng Island,
oa their way to New York. t
The Independent Republicans ot
Utica, N. Y., in a manifesto signed
by 140 well known citizens, including
lawyers, doctors, business men and
capitalists, give seyen reasons why
Blaine should not be elected. Among
the reasons given are "prostitution;
his official position as Speaker of the
House of Representatives to private
gain and emoluments," 'falsehood and
evasion." "lack of statesmanship,1
' ismorance in diplomacy,"1" &c. In con
clusion they say : "We reluctantiy se
parate on this issue in grief, not in an
gr, and, like old retormers. we say,
'Here we stand; we cannot do other
wise.' God help and save the Repub
lic." Most ot the signers are Stalwart
Republicans and intimate personal
friehds ot Hon. Roscoe Conkling.
The executive committee of the Jinti
Blaine Club of New York City have
issued in circular form an address sett
ling forth the principles of the orgaqi.
zation, and appealing to all printers of
the Uuited- Slates to boycott IVlr.
Blame. "The Republican party." lit
asserts, '"is the enemy of trades' un
ions," and the assertion is sustained by
reference to the action of Whitelaiw
Reid, of the New York Tribune, and
also to other Blaine organs, who have
"driven union printers from theircases
and substituted the cheapest non-uuiOn
workers that can be obtained." In
conclusion, after reproducing the plat
form of principles adopted by the
Printers' Union, the address says: "To
insure success we must unite upon
some oue candidate whose pcsibility
of election insures the defeat of James
G. Blaine, and-that, with due respect
and consideration for ihe opinions ot
those who may favor other candidates,
it is a self-evident fact that their
efforts will be futile, and that the
exigency of the occasion demands that
ail who seek the defeat ot James G.
Blaine, as champion ot the 'rat' Re
publican newspapers ot New York
must concentrate their efforts to insure
the election of Grover Cleveland."
New York World: There is com
paratively little change in a the finan
cial; situation, operations generally jbc
ing held in abeyance by the approach
ing election, iu which business nien
are taking unusual interest. Outside
of purely speculative matters, the only
feature of special significance is the
drift of specie from ' Europe to this
country. Last week about $2,000,000
gold was shipped from London to New
York and unless the Bank of England
rate ot discount is advanced additional
amounts will be forwarded in tho early
future. The foreign exchanges are
low; and show conclusively that the
present movement of specie is not.
forced but is the natural result of
the more favorable condition of tbe
foreign trade of the United States. Our
exports may not be quite as large in
money vaiue as in former years, but on
the other hand the consumption ot for
eign goods is smaller in proportion
hence our position as a creditor nation
is being strengthened. i
This country at the moment is really
in no need ot having its stock of the
precious metals replenished, and the
real importance of the influx lies in the
fact that it is a reflection ot the im
provement ot our trade with the outer
world. The city banks now have $25,
940,000 more specie than in 1883, and in
other respects are iu a much stronger
position than then It is not surpris
ing therefore that money goes begging
at merely nominal rates of interest, and
that all apprehensions of stringency for
some time to come are rapidly passing
DRUNKENNESS, OR THE LIQUOR HABIT, CAN
BE CURED BY ADMINISTERING DR. HAINES'
It can be given in a cup of coffee or
vea wnnoui me Knowledge ot tne person
takmer it. effectinr a sneedv and ner-
manent cure, whether the patient is a
moaeraiearinKcr or an alcocolic wreck.
Thousands of drunkards have been
made temnerate men who havo ink-pn
lhe;Golden Specific in their coffee with-
out meir Knowledge, ana to-day believe
they quit drinking of their own free
will. No harmful effects result from
its administration. Cures guaranteed.
Circulars and testimonials sent free.
Address, Golden Specific Co.,
185 Race St., Cincinnati, ().
d eod & w6m
Mr. Isaac Came, a rich shoemaker of
Liverpool, who left bis property to
public charities, opened his first shop
opposite tho building where he had
been a servant, and put up a sign which
read! "I, Came from over the way.?
A wealthy back officer being applied
to for aid by a needy Irishman, an
swered petulantly, "No, no; I can't
help yon 1 I have fifty such applicants
as yon every day.' "Sure and ye
might have a hundred without costing
you much," was the. response
"Ever had a cyclone here?" asked a
Kansas man who was yi3iting . a
countryman in the east. "A cyclone?
O, yes," said his aunt; "Deacon
Brown's son brought one Ironi Boston
a spell ago; but, law! he couldn't ride
it. Tumbled off every tune he tried
A full-bearded grandfather recently
had his beard shaved off, showiDc a
clean face lor the first lime in a num
ber of years. At the dinner-table his
three-year-old grand-daughter noticed
it, gazed long with wondering eyes,
ana nnaiiy sbe ejaculated : "Grand
father, whose head you got on?"
"Mydear,"' said a wife who had
been married three years, as she beam
ed across the table upon her, lord and
master, "tell me. what was it that hrst
attracted you to me? What pleasant
characteristic did 1 Dossess which
placed me above other women in your
sight?' And her lord and master
simply said, 'T give it up."
"Little boy," said a gentleman, "why
do yon carry that umbrella over your
head? It's not raining." "Nop."
"And the sun is not shining." "Nop "
"Then why do you carry it?" Cause
when it rains pa wants it, an' when the
sun shines ma wants it, an' it's only
when it's this kinder wedder that I kin
git ter use it at all."
Ayer's Hair Vigor cleanses and invi
gorates the scalp; cures dandruff and
itching; an elegant dressing.
A l?air Offer
Tile Voltaic Belt Co..of Marshall.
Mich., offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrat
ed Voltaic Belt and Electric Appliances
on trial, for thirty days, to men, old
and young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality, and many other
See advertisement in this paper.
t th s eow&w
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, Twill send a recipe that will
cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a mis -sionary
in South America. Send a self
addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station Z, New York City.
For durable coloring the walls of
rooms in beautiful lints, at little cost,
nothing equals the Mableine sold at
Jacobi's Depot. f
M1SCELLAN EO US.
FROM PIEB;34, EAST RIVER, NEW YORK
At 3 o'clock, P. M.
GULF STREAM Saturday, Nov 1
B a NE FACTOR .Saturday. Nov 8
GULF STREAM .Saturday, Nov 15
BENEFACTOR......... Saturday, Nov 22
FROM WILMINGTON :
BENEFACTOR.. .....Friday, Nov 1
GULF STREAM ..Saturday, Nov S
BENEFACTOR .........Saturday, Nov 15
GULF STREAM.. ....... ...Saturday, Nov 22
Xhi3 steamer baa been epeclally refitted for
ar Through Bills Lading and Lowest
Through Rates guaranteed to and from Points
In North and South Carolina,
for Frelgnt or Passage apply to
H. a. HM ALL BONKS, Superintendent
Wilmington, N. C.
THEO. G. EGES, Freight Agent
WM. P. CLYCE CO.. 0tmtJ Atnnu,
35 Broadway, New York.
oct 27-tf .
Great 'Prejudice to Onions
JJAS EXISTED AMONG AMERICANS
since the remarkable courtship cf Miles Stand
lah. Since that time men ha"e been doing
their own courting, and have been debarred
the privilege of partaking of this fragrant veg
etable We Jiave solved the problem by selling
the VALENCIA ONION, which leaves neither
8mellnor taste, and can be relished by all.
They are worth 5 cents per pound, and weigh
from one to three pounds.
The Unexpected Ru3h for the
Creamery Buttered Flour!
ran cur supply short last week, but we will
have It by Wednesday's steamer. It la a mar
vel In Its way. Everyone eh ujd try It- Re
member It is prepared by Mr. Joe Strange,
who was a former Wl'mlngtonlan,anl. we
know it Is pure. .j
P. L. BBIDGEES & 00.
HO North Front 8t.
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Gore Throat, Swelling. Kpralaa. Brntar
Barnm Scald. Frri Kit, ;
1KD ALL OTHER BODILY Fi!8 1X Ifh.
SoH by Drngglxts an Dealer cvcrrwhcre. KtJTjr CeuU t
bottle. Direction ia H liSDotrn. i
THE CHARLES A. VOIiELER CO.
tSaoaMon to A. VUiKLfcft a CO.) Udltsoore. Bt,U.G.
ach 20 ly d&w. I ;
JUST OPEfdED !
116 Market St.,
An Entire; New Stock
BLACK AND COLORED SILBP,
RHADAMES. ARMOURS, BROCADES.
SATIN3 AND SILK VELVET3.
FRENCH DRESS GOODS
SHUDDAS, CASHMERES, i i:
FANCY PLAIDS & COMBINATIONS,
In all Qualities ami Shades . ' "
Ladies1 Cloth and Flannel
A SUPERB S OCK OF 54 INCH GOODS,
comprising every Grade and Shade,
-o ' .
CLOTH AND JERSEY
Shawls, Skirts, Corsets.
LADIES AND CHLLDRENS UNDERWEAR
MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR AND FURNISHING
Table and Piano Covers,
Smyrna Rugs, Cretonnes, '"
1 lncn Damasks, Towels, Napkins,
White Goods, every variety,
EmbioidcrIe3i Ribbons. Laces,
Staple and Domestic Goods,
Notions, &c &c. : .
All of the abox have been bought during
the present panic In prices, cheaper than evr
before known in the history of Dry GoodF,
and if my kind patrons will cal, GOOD MA.
TERIALS and LOW PRICES will do the
116 Market St,
1 000 K0LLS BAG(iiNQ.
3 00 0 BundlC3 AEIioW TIES,
' ' c Bales Baling Twine,
Hall's CottonGlns, Wilson, Child's & Co.'s
Wagons. i Jli
SUNDRIES Frpsh Candv. FrtUh PrMlrora
Fresh Cakes, Fresh Cheese. Coffee, Sugar.
x iout, moiaBsea. jueat. Juaru, soap, &oia, ;L.ye,
Powder, Shot, Caps, Case and Canned Goods.
For sale by
oct 6 KERCHNER & C ALDER BROS
JEW STOCK FOR FALL TRADE,
ARRIVING EVERY DAY
Manufactured expressly for tnia. market
New Styles and Low Prices. Call and exam
ine our extensive variety of New and Fasb:
ionable Goods, all made this se scm.
J D. A. SMITH.
j - r.
First of the Season.'
AT THE GEM RESTAURANT
AND SAMPLE ROOM.
N.T. BEEF, K. Y. LAMB.
CAULIFLOWER, CELERY, etc
The delacacies. of the Eeaon always on
hJ-, r WILL WEST.
octlS No. 26 N. Front at
a. Sept. m. is I
Change of Schedule.
Q ANI AITSB SEPT-Slst, 1 j.
PASSENGER MALL AND EXPttss J
, ) Leave WUiainjrion at.
No. 1. Leave tatrtjKat. ...r."'" p-
) Arrive atChartottc at... V1"'
1 Leave Charlotte at..... '"'Zt
No. 2. J Arrive lialelgh at '?
) Arrive at Wllmln-trtB .V A
Paeacnircr Trains stop at rcr-'bl, l!
only, and tolnta dsslanatol !n Mo;
TlacTabia. ! - wskuJ
tiJSLlilf Ml VISION, PASSIgkb v,.
, -"-"'J J it ,
i -QJTtve at unarjotio......... v j
Hamlet with IS. & A. Trains to andirS
Araina --o. i ana 3 maro Cioso ootkMr" 1
- rius no. i ior 6catevUle Stt
. Al3. for Spartanburg, Greenville, A,t!j
Atlanta and all points Southwest. 4
r;.Wj. CLARK, Gcner.1 PaskngVf1
sept 20 . SOi
Wilmington & 1
OIP1CB OP GKUEHA1. SOPKRIKTEJIDKHI,
WUztlngton, N. C, May 9, 14.
Change of Schedule.
JA. M., Passenger Trains on the -WUcH
ton a -veiuon uauroau win run as foilotrs
DAY MAIL AND EXPRESS TRADiSbAai
, J N03. 47 NOKTH AXV 48 SOUTH.
Lea voWIlralngton, Front St. Dept, fi.MA. A
Ainvc ik t eiuuu. ....... ........... 2,35
Leave Weldon. . . I iss p
Arrive at w urn-gum, rrontSt.D'pt, 85 p. W
VP A nM mTnTtiT 'VST a n n . I
DAII.T No. 40 SOUTH.
Leavo Weldon..'.;...............;... 55 p
Arrive at Wllm'gton.FrcntS D'p't imf'.i
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIX Diar
No. 43 North.
Leave Wilmington....... 8.S5 P. li
Arrive at f eiuon.. 2.S3 A. kl
Train No. 40 South will stop only &t WUwJ
Trains on Tarbbro Branch Road Leavo EocW
Mount tor xarboro at 1.20 P. M. and 4.S0 P,
M. Oaliy, vfeuiidays excepted). Cctartbi
leavo T&Tttoro at 3 P. M. and 10.00 A.M Iteh.
Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Eoad kun
Halifax for Scotland Neck at S.25 P. M. 1
turning leave Scotland Neck at 8.30 A. I
daily cxcr.pt Sunday. .
Train No. 47 makev close ronn'Mffon at Wr,
ion for all points North Dally. AM ta.V V.
Richmond, and daily except SuniJav E
Lice. -' !
Train No. 43 runs dairy and makes c'omcoj
necuon ior ail t'oints North via Richmond k
All trains run solid between Wl'mhirtcmu
Washlnirton. and have Pullman Palace skd
era attached. - I - I
For accomraodatloa of local travel a pssid
ger coacn win be attached to local freight ter
tag Wilmington at 6.61 A. M. Daily cxed
JOHN' F. DIVTSI,
V. ML. EMERSON. Genera' ?asaerjrcr Ajre
juiy jo -
& Augusta II. B. Co,
OFFioa or Genkkai, SurEitumnrDErr,
WUmlngtcii. C. July 11.1&4.
Change of Schedule,
ON AND AFTER JULY 13th, liel,
9.C0 A. M., tho following Passenger Send
ule will be run on this road: r
NIGHT EXPRESS TEAINS, DAILY
Weet and 47 East.
Leave Wilmington 9.M T.
Leave Florence... 2-r5"
Arrive at C. C. & A. Junction CM f
Arrive at Columbia KVl$l
Ixave C.,3. & A. Junction 10-S Vx
Leave Florence.;.. -52 . t
Arrive at Wilmington.
Nxoht Maix, awd passbkqeb Tract, vi
No. 40 WEST.
Arrive at Florence W
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN
j no. a Jasu . - w
Leave Flrence at V v?p m
Arrive at Yiinungton ..o-v- .--
tlon, and aU points beyond, should tM
An j-v trm.
Separate Pullman Sleepers for Abx
Train 40. j . .frt
All trains run solid between Chiricste
Wilmington. j '
Local freight leaves WRmmgioa oaj"
cepi Bunoay at i.w n-vrX.
I JOHN F. DlJUf.
. : t General gnper--
T. fil. EMERSON, General Fsske6
jiuy A3 '
np wo stores! in one ani gbocK
T.lmiAn oa Pin Si l
cheaper than ever.
I have removed my uptown stock to t
store corner of Prmcws Ad Water
(Mr. H. Ixeb's Oil stwd) where ' l
pleased to see and serve my friends.
1 1. tun VICES
keep constantly supplied with too ;
AND FRESHEST GOODS.
. 1 ..n.tn nrodaco
Ited and prompt returns gaarantcea
SD ALL THE WEEK YOU lLL
The lire Grocer
eeptRS '- Wllmicjr.J'u
1 liasjoaH 1 f
no. ; stops oniy ai lemmgvuu. a - A
Passengers for Columbia aad all poin b