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STATl CCaYLlTICri '
Of the Democratic Party tt Greens
. : boro.
Lars; Attendance. Meeting Iitat
luUe. Men. Walter (lark -'
Nelaatd rr Chtef Ju-
tlceBy Tery Unte " '
Special to Journal. Zli
Qaainuono, N G, JalT.14. Th
Bute Convention 'of the Jinoeratlo
party met "here today tn'the Grand Opera
House, and mi called to order promptly
at lfVclock, by Chairman Simmons. fM
' Every county In the Ptate tu repre
sented except Mitchell. Hon. A. M.
Btedmaa la hi usual hsppy ud graceful
ttyle welcomed the delegates and let
ton In behalf" of the city, which , was
heartily applauded. Chairman Blmmott
replied, and addressed the convention
for over an hoar on, the wqA of the
party In the put and of the iaraea of th
State for today.' f'y! t Kyfji, .
A. M. Scale of Guilford wae choaea
temporary Chairman 1
The following gentlemen were-choaea
by the Third district on the different
committee:, - f f-1 1 f -a--..' ;
- Permanent organization, . A. Daniel
Credential, 3. T, Foy; Platform, Ro-
dolph Duffy; Rales, R. A. Nann; - Vice
President, M. De W. Sterenson.
For members of the Bute Executlre
Commllte, Messrs. J. A. Bryan, B. M.
EooQce, ' 8. O. Middleton and Nathan
O'Connor were elected on the part of
Third district. .
Convention took recess at Jt p. m,
until 8:30 p. m.
Committee on credentials reported no
contests. - - -
Hon. W. D, Tamer wu , elected per
roacent chairman, and. Messrs. F. A.'
Arendall, Geo P. Pell and Walter , Mar-
phy, secretarle. i '
Hon. Claud Kitchen Tery 'eloquently
-presented the name of. Judge Walter
( lark for Chief Justice. Other nomina
tion were made and upon the roll being
'called It was found that Clark had re
. ceired eleven .hundred and forty-one
votes. - Sbepard eight, and Connor one,
Clark was declared the nominee! ' " " .
Hon's. H. G, Connor , and Geo. H.
: Brown were nominated as the candi-
: dates of the east for Associate Justice.
Great excitement prevailed daring the
. roll call as the vote was known to be
very close. Close friends of each candi
date were chosen to read the vote. The
Convention became la s great uproar for
ao hoar, each side claiming the nomina
tion. ; : i
After qnlet was restored the secreta
ries revd the vote, each county checking
up. Result,' Connor 029, Brown 620.
The nomination of Connor was made
For the Associate Justice from the
west, Hon. Piatt D. . Walker ; was aoml-
"nated on third ballot. "! ' 1
Convention adjourned at 7 p. m. until
, 8 80 p. m. yQ-'-': tWi$Xrri
At a late hoar no report had been re
ceived .as to the nominee for Corpora
tion Commissioners. '
Sights and Scene In And About Greens
boro Daring Convention Days.
At no convention has the Pre gang
been to comfortably situated U at
Greensboro. There were boys at beck
and call to take dispatches, electric fan
'to blo -cooling breesee, while cold
drink and cigar came along, freely and
without belne called. Just like a Press
convention. - .. ,,' - -
At no lime hu ..Major ' Cbu M. Sted
man, proved himself more the orator,
than In his ' address of welcome to the
conventlou, In behalf of the city of
Greensboro. Pleasing, courteous, elo
auent. -meriting the applause It re
ceived. ! -,?'
-, The convention wu In no mood .for
long-speeches. Its members seemed to
" hHve heard and remembered most of the
political history which hu been ;told on
the stump ana puDUsitea ny tne aews-
paoers daring the put four years, and
did not care for its revival. " '"
' '- In Its naming of A. M. Scales and W
D. Turner, u temporary and permanent
chairmen, no better selections could
- have been mado!:w!:"'"S"S'f;''M'':v-
Claude Kitchen, In his presentation of
Walter Clark's name for the nomination
of Chief Justice, wu eloquent and mas
. terly. It wu -applauded even by the
snti-Clsrk men. . : ' 11
Sheriff Ellington, of Johnson, gave
most telling little speech favoring Judge
Connor. It .was simple, sincere and
telling In It effects.
. Convention committee on V a : ocum
wster, lemonsde and tgftr, iev r wa
vered In Its work, of trying to k .ill
ilolcgstes well supplied, allho i 'i t' -was
a VAst consuming thirst, e; i i,,ti,:'
f-'";; all the thro. : -
a speaker, he WM made aequalated wtlk
the fact, ' '
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Record aid Telegram showed
great enterprise, la getting out good eon
Venlloa reports. The papers as usual
were folly ap-todata. '
Ths hoar whQe the Coanor-Browa
vote wu belag counted wu oae fall of
varied esaotkvaa, which found sxpress
loa la teesy - wars la th ooDventloa.
Hope and fear could be read la many
faces. ' v-;-.v-v -r -'.
r,- ' e.e , .
The. moiio furnished the convention,
wu a new and vary attractive fea
All attempts to end the Freight Hand
ler strike at Chicago have failed and
the city fa confronted with a complete
bustneu tie-up. Twenty thousand men
are Idle. -. 'iV" '
.tnlted'Sute tTonjnL General Brant.
at Havana, -will be recalled because of
Undiplomatic behavior. ' General Bragg
Is said to be very napopular with the
It i believed In high offldal circle
that General Leonard Wood will be put
In charge of the construction of the Isth
mian canal. -
Sir Mlchael-HIcks-Beech-Chinoellor of
the Exchequer, hu resigned his place
In the English Cabinet. Sir Michael la
friendly with the new Premier. Mr.
Balfour, does not like the Idea of serv
ing with Joseph Chamberlain. '
The famous Campanile, or uataoed
bell tower of St. Mark's Church, In Ve
nice collspsed, Monday. The Campa
nile wu founded in 888, restored In
1133, and added to and embellished at
Intervals since. It wu 833 feet high
and from Its top could be had one of the
finest views of the wonderful and an
cient City of Canals, y
Clnclnnatl paper are authority for
the (tatement that bread of all ktnd Is
selling In that city at one and half cents
the loaf each loaf containing sixteen
ounces. What a paradise for the hun-
General Chaffee hu been relieved of
command of the Division of the Phlll-
ploes, and It said will be given command
of the Department of the East, which is
the most important In the United State
Thl appointment Is probably a forerun
ner of his succeeding General Mile later
on. 2 3 ? ii -jXrK
" Earthquake shocks have recently been
felt In Pennsylvania ' and . scientists say
they were caused by the acelsmlo disturb
ances at Martinique. The ground on
which I th city of Harrlaburg la said to
have been raised seven feet since th
shocks began and It is believed that the
disaster of Johnstown wu from the same
Mount Peelee is again in eruption, the
eoncunsions and rumblings areoontin
nous, and denae oolnme of flame shoot
forth from the volcano at Intervals, ao-
compalned by showers of stonu and ctn
A colored man, Abe Fowler, by nam
wu instantly killed , while working in a
sewer dlich yesterday at Dorhath, N. C.
by the sides of the ditch caving In on
hlm.several others were hurt at the same
time.- This is the second man killed on
the sewer work there In the last few
week. - , -
John W. Gates' corner In corn on the
Chicago exchange came to an end Tues
day, and corn dropped from 81 cents to
6Si cent a difference of lot cents - per
bushel. Gate cleared 1100,000.
The grocer of the west have formed a
trust with Harlow It. ulgglnbotham
president, under the name of the Nation
si Grocer Company, capital 15,000,000 to
begin with. The new company expects
to control the entire output'of groceries
in all the Western States." -
Jaly 17 Several drummer visited our
town this week.
Mr. C. J. Brlnson of New Bern wu
here lut week. All were glad to see
htm, but regret that his health I o
poor. : "
: Mr. Levi Bragg and wife and children
were with us here from Friday until
Monday, lut. Mr. Bragg hu only re-
eeutlv returned from Baltimore where
he hu been under treatment at the hos
pital. 1 His feebleness prevented his vis
h from being longer here. ' ; .
Dr. Hall of New. York, accompanied
Rev. Mr. Bpeu and Mr. ' Bunlght of
New Beracame lut Tuesday, and at
night Dr. Hall gave one of his fsmous
lectures. His subject wu "How to Get
Married, and How to Stay So." The
lecture was very heartily enjoyed by
those who heard it. Some missed hear
ing It. because they couldn't stand the
price, which wu 85 cent.
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The Ralelch Trust Co., Will Com
mence Business July 22,
US Cases Filed In Baakrantey Pre-
eeeilaga. State OBeials, Except
Trastees ef M. E. Or-
'''.pannage ,t be
- utee. ''
Raliish, July 16. The Raleigh base
ball dab today sold Pastor, Boffelaad
Chads to. Shreveport. La. for t7S0.
They left at once for that place.
Democratic Bute Chairman Simmons
In his speech tonhe Democratic , Bute
convention at Greensboro today
that la order to meet the appropriations
for the public schools and the Insane
uylums the Bute had had to borrow
200,000 la New York, but that so high
Is the credit of th State that the treas
urer secured the money, at a low rate of
Interest, on his simple promise to
The head of the various Bute depart
ments were, all save Gov. Avcock. at
Greensboro today. The Governor made
himself comfortable In hi cool office
and disposed of much pnbllo busi
It is decided by the Raleigh Trust Co,
to begin business Jaly 23. The com
pany hu a very handsome balldlog. It
will do a banking business.
There, wu a quite severe hall storm a
few miles north of here yesterday after
noon.' " ,
Since the bankruptcy law - went into
effect only 105 cases have been filled in
this division. It Is said by the officials
that not over 100 cases have been filed In
all the other divisions, namely those at
Elizabeth City, New Bern and Wilming
ton. . .;,
It Is quite probable that the Methodist
orphanage main building here will be
constructed by the trustees. The archi
tect hu greatly disappointed them by
The only early ssles of leaf tobacco
here excite interest There I more to
bacco growing In this country than ever
before. In the sandy lands It is much
further advanced than on the clay lands
The fact that prlmelrings sold yesterday,
at the opening sale for $182 100 Rt
gratifying to the seller. - -
It la tne current comment tni year
that, good u all cotton Is, It.ls belter on
sandy lands than- on clay lands. Last
year exactly the contrary wu the
Why suffer pain and severe sickness
from Bowel ComplalnU, when AR
NOLD'S BALSAM stops one and cores
the other, It hu been successfully used
for fifty years. Warranted to give satis
faction or money refunded by T. A
Hnry. . i.
rt-;! 'A.v ii. ' T-JV'--;y
July 17. Miu Maud Eubank of
Klnston 1 visiting Misses Martha and
Bertha Rtgg on Main street.
Capt. 8. E. Ewell and family of Chip
were here Sunday and Monday.
Misses Hattle White and Hattle Tay
lor spent Sunday at Marshalburg.
Mr, T. B. Ipock and sons Herbert and
Tommle went to Beaufort Sunday on a
Dr. Pollock of Dover wu here on pro
fessional business Tuesday. :
Mr. L. F. Taylor I painting two of
hi house - here and when completed
will add considerably In look to hi
lovely home. fc.-vrQ'
Mr. Teldon Avery of Birmingham
Ala., I here for a few daya.
Mr. A. J. Daugherty went to Gold-
boro Sunday, on a courting expedition
but we wont tell it.
- State Firemen's Association.
'.The following circular letter from
President Jan. D. McNeill, will explain
- "Under law passed by our last Legis
laturesee chap. 077, Law of 1901 it Is
now Imperative upon the authorities of
every Incorporated town In the State to
organize a system of Are protection and
inspection, and to report every fire to
the losurance.Commlssioner at Raleigh.
Every citizen la North Carolina Is In
terested In this subject, and It is the de
sire of the Bute Association to leave
nothing undone that will be beneficial to
the desired end.
At the Convention to be held In Ral
eigh on July S3nd, 83rd and 84, matters
of very much importance, especially to
town having no organized department
will be discussed by practical and ex
perlenced men, and It is to be hoped that
every town In the Bute will be represent
ed. The Tournament on the 83rd and
84th will be very interesting,' and, will
amply repay any One for his time In at
tending the same.
The railroad rate from New Bern Is
only f.3.40 for the round trip, to firemen
end delegates, and It is only one fare
tor the round trip te Individuals, from
any point In the Etate. Local living
rates will be reasonable. ',
. Every Mayor and Chairman of Fire
Committee In the State 1 Invited to at
tend snd rart!c!fte' In our delibera
Special to Journal ;
Winston, N. C. July 17-A. E. Holton
United SUUs District Attorney wu
severely oowhlded thjs afternoon by
Glenn Williams, of Yadkin county. Wil
liams is candidate for sheriff and he' hu
been angry with Holton a year on ac
count of some sUtement Holton made
about him In the trial ef a case,
Celebration at Roanoke Island.
Special to Journal. 4 ' ;
Rauiqb, Jnly 17 Committee having
In charge pilgrimage to Roanoke Island
today arranged the following programme
of public exercises. Preliminary busi
ness meeting: of eelebftMon committee
address of welcome, by C. R. Pugh, of
Manteo. Response by W. D. Prnden of
Edenton; Address on "Sir Walter Ral-
by J. S. Carr, of Durham; Song
Old North Bute," Address "The Sound
section of North Carolina," by Hon.
John" H. Small, of Washington; Song,
America;" Address "What Celebration
means" ty Walter mark, oi uaieign,
Visit to ''Fort Raleigh" sod other places
of interest. Hong "Old North State;'
Address. "Roanoke Island a Centre of
Historical Interest" by Charles F. War
ren, of Washington. Raleigh's charter,
Dswn of Civil Liberty In Amerlcs," by
H. G. Connor, of Wilson. Song "Star
Splangled Banner;" Address, "The Na
tions part In Celebration, by Senator F,
M. Simmons, of Raleigh, Friday morn
ing July 87, 9 a. m. business meeting of
committee and 1 p. m. adjournment.
A Wedding. An Exciting Game of
July 15. We had a nice and much
needed rain on the 11th, the first we
have had in two weeks.
Highland corn Is damaged some by the
drouth, but with favorable weather will
give a tolerably fair yield.
The recent rains have Improved to
bacco considerably. Curing is well un
der way. The present outlook for to
bacco Is very promising.
Cotton is 20 per cent better than It
wu lut year.
Mr. Harvey Soringle, an energetic ma
chinist of- New Bern, antl ' Miss Mamie
Gasklns, one of Askin's most charming
young ladles, were married at the home
of the bride's parent Sunday. Rev. A.
J. Holton of Olympia, officiating,
Miss Willie Arthur daughter of Mrs.
S.G. E. Arthur hu the malarial fever.
Dr. Covington of Vanceboro Is attend
ing her. ; :.
There wu a very enjoyable baseball
plcnlo at Becton Grove the 12th. In the
afternoon we had a very exciting game
between Reelsboro and the home team.
The score wu 11 to 13 In favor of Reels
boro. The Askin's team are nearly all
beginners, so to prevent Reelsboro from
besting us too badly we got Messrs.
Williams and Lancaster, battery from
Vanceboro to help us. The battery
from Reelsboro wu Pipkin nnd Brlnson
pitchers, . and Simons, catcher, Mr.
George Waters of New Bern umpired
the (tame and gave satisfaction to both
sides. P. W.
Ed Journal: It looks u though the
Mayor's court In dealing with violators
of city ordinances Is competing with
Justice Street's court In dealing with the
violators of State laws from township
I think If the kind hearted and genial
gentlemen (Mayor and Justice) will use
a little more judicial sternness it will
help them to reduce their dockets.
I concur in some of the opinions of T,
L.H. of Morehead City expressed In an
article In Tuesday's JoubnA, under the
heading "Voice of the People." If when
a criminal is on trial before judge and
jury there are any palliating circum
stances they ought to come out then and
let the court decide accordingly. There
are too many criminals looking for exe
cutive clemency, and the bad effect are
noticeable. X v .1 iis --. ' y;
We wish to thank lh Daughter of
the Confederacy for the sumptuous din
ner and the ktnd and lavish attention
showered upon us on the Fourth of July
We shall always remember it u one
among the happy incident of our lives.
Mav the blesslnirs of an Vdlwlse Provi
dence favor them through life and make
. An Old Confkd.
Chip, N. O, Jnly 14th, 1903. .
' W.B. Lane for Legislature.
r ' Ninth Township, Craven Co.
Mr. Editor: Since the time appointed
for our Democratic primaries is drawing
nee, I desire to suggest W. B. Lane,
Esq., u a candidate for the legislature.
He Is well known to the entire people
of our county, is popular, and magnetic.
possessed ' of fine judgment, has had
some experience in legislative bodies,
and in fact is possessed of the many
qualifications essential, to a good law
maker. Furthermore ithu heretofore
been the custom of our party to select
representative for the' General Assembly
from outside of our city and It Is cer
Ulnly not the proper time now to depart
from that custom. .
Brethern, we call, and earnestly ask
every good Democrat In the count to
vote for W. B. Lane on the third day of
North Carolina Base Ball League
r Passes Away.
Graad Lodge Odd Fellows Lay Cor
ner Coart Hease at Wllkee
bere. State Charter. Crop
RaUioh, July 17. The Grand Lodge
of Odd Fellows met at Wllkesboro todsy
and laid (he corner atone of the new
court house. Many Muons were present
from the county of Wilkes and several
couaUea adjoinlns; Ju. All -the officers
of the Grand Lodge were 'present save
Grand SecwUry John O. Drewry, who
Is unable to walk owing to a nail wound
In the foot.
The North Carolina base ball league
did not meet here lut night u expected,
but agreed by wire to stop playing. Its
affairs will be wound op Saturday or
Monday. The players are scattering.
Some are sold and some are going to
other places. Among those who go to
NewsrklsRoy White of the Raleigh
team. White Is a Virginian and used to
pitch for Richmond College.
The State charters the Fremont Cot
ton oil company of Wayne county. It
Is given authority to manufacture acid
phosphate. The capital Is (35,000. A
charter Is also granted the Wilmington
Towing Company, caplUl tGOOO, with
leave to Increase to $30,000, W. G. El
liott and others being the stockholders.
C. N. Allen of the State board of ag
riculture says the condttlon of crop on
clay lands Is being over-estimated this
season; that sandy land crops are better
than those on clay soils; but that good
rains are bringing the latter out. He
thinks the crop of 1890 was finer than
that this year.
Your correspondent was so fortunate
u to exactly predict a few days ago
in this correspondence the State , ticket
nominated at Greensboro yesterday
Olark, Connor, Walker for the Supreme
Court; Joyner for superintendent of pub
lie instruction, Beddlngfield for corpora
Death of Mr. Benjamin Westbrook.
rangemcntS for Educational
July 16. A beautiful rain fell here
yesterday evening causing the weather
to cool snd be more pleasant.
A good many of our farmers com
menced putting In and curing tobacco
Only a few went from here on Peter
son & Holfowe'il's excursion this mora
ine. There leemed to be a plenty of
room on the can.
Dover will not be represented at the
State Convention Guess they can man
age the thing anyway and we stay at
home. . . -' .. .' : - .
Miss Carrie West whehas been spend
lne the summer at Beaufort returned
home yesterday morning.
Mr. John Hill, who hu been sick for
several weeks I reported to be slightly
improved. His condition Is still very
Alvis White Infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. White died Sunday evening
sge eleven month. The little fellow had
been sick for several days. He hu gone
to live with Jesus, who said, "Of such Is
the kingdom of heaven." May the be
reaved family receive comfortjfrom above
and at lut meet little Alvls in heaven
where tears are never shed.
Mr. Benjamin Westbrook died of ty
hold fever Monday and wu burled yes
terday evening. He wu about 32 year
old and leave a wife and two child
There were about three hundred peo
ple at Daugherty Chapel Sunday School
picnic Saturday and til seemed to have
pent a very pleasant day. The program
wu Instructive u well u Interesting
Elder R. F. Daugherty delivered a Sun
day School address In the afternoon.
Singing by the choir of the school under
the management of Mr. Walter T. King,
wu a very attractive feature of the pro
gram and was greatly enjoyed.
There I a movement on foot to hold a
big educational rally here about Septem
ber flrt and have Gov. Aycock to be
wlthua. Our people or at leut the most
of them, are interested In education and
If they do decide to hold this rally It will
be a very elaborated affair and will be
worth going a long way to attend. i We
will let the public hear from u again on
the matter, possibly the date will be fix
ed In out noncommunication.
Politics are lying - dormant around
this section. Everybody teem to be will
Ing to swallow our senatorial . tickets
with ease and comfort. The question Is
oocationally uked, "Who will represent
Craven next timer well we are unable
to answer definitely. Would be glad If
some of the reader of the Journal would
telltt.- . , , -
For dale or Kent.
i offer for ule or rent my entire Farm
and complete accessories. . Will sell
chesp for cash or gilt edge securities, or
will rent the farm, selling the imple
ments and team to the right man at
living figure. ' 4
, Call or address,
' MRS. E. A. VliTHCiT,
Etc- t I' a F - m
FOR SYSTEMIC CATARRH
Peculiar to Summer Pe-ru-na Gives
Prompt and Permanent Relief.
Clem G. Moore, Editor of the Advocate -
tho Peruna Medicine Company u follows
Qetitlemen"Attor toar ym ot
catarrh, which I contracted whBe eittiag. mad traveling for mr. paper, I bare
been greatly reJJared by the ate otPenuu. I gave up work during these year
of torture, Med rariooa nmedlea aad many doctor, but all the permanent
nllet came from the aee ot Peruaa. . My trouble waa called IndlgeaOoa, bat It
waa catarrh aO through my tjrvtem, and
like another peraon, netlag the Imprevement after I bad uted the tint bottle.
Peruaa la undoubtedly the beat catarrh
Judge Wm. T. Zenor, of Washington,
i. C writes from 213 V. Capital Street,
Washington, D. O. :
Hi take pleasure la saying that lean
cheerfully recommend the use of Parana
u remedy for catarrhal trouble and a
most excellent nlo for general eondt
tlons." Wm. T.-Zsnor.
Mrs. Amanda Morrill, 188 Reld street,
Elisabeth, N. J, writes t
"I have been sick over two year with
nervous prostration and general debility,
and heart trouble Have had four doo
torsf aU eald that I ooold not get well.
I had not walked a step In nine months,
suffering with partial paralysis and
palpitation of the heart every other
day, and had become to reduced In
fleah a to be a mere skeleton weigh
Ing only 85 pound.
"Up to this date I have taken Peruna
for seven months. . It hu saved my life
Drift and White
New BbL Fulton Market Corned Beef.
Small Pig Hams and Breakfast Strips,
Shoulders and California Hams.
' Codfish, Irish Potatoes and Onions,
Maaon's Fruit Jars and Jar Rubbers.
: Potted and Canned Meats. -Heinz's
Fancy Fresh Elgin Butter 30c lb.
I J. I McDIIEL, IS?; I
g 'Phone 91. TlQBrcad St. g
Will Sell for One Week
All Lace Curtain Goods
mi 1 - k. i
See them? ' ' v".
II.-.. .11-1 ' II - 1-1
10-4 Sheets 60c. ; v ,'. '
- 2 Jx2 j Sheets 55c , ,
r Bolster Cases, 45x72, 80c. ,
rillow Cases,45x30, 10c; 45x30, 15c; 45x30 HcmstitchcdlSc
; Window Shades, Tlain at 10c, 25c, 85c; Frir-cd-at 35o
and 50c. ,
Democrat of Orawfordsville, Ga., write
Imttaso MutHrtag, earned r systemic
a tew bottlet ot Ptrvaa made me eel
remedy ever compounded. -CLEM O.
a I can safely testify. I have not lelt
well In Ove year, having walked
over one mile without III result, and
have also gained thirty pound since
commencing to take Peruna. In fact,
cannot praise it too highly." Mrs.
Peruna never falls to prevent systemic
catarrh or nervous prostration if taken
in time. Peruna Is the most prompt and
permanent euro for all oasos of nervous
prostration caused by syatemlo catarrh
known to the medical profession.
It yon do not derive prompt and Mtu-
taetory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your ease and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
vice gratis. ?y, .y.;-' if1
Addrees Dr.; Hartman, President of
The Hartman ' Sanitarium, Columbus,
1 1 t ,1 TnM
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h Rfll.RTIR. TAStS "VEtlT CITICAP I
Eei f '"nber and elect him an 1 we will al-
V. ry i 1 3 r :i" l of Our t ' '' i.