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eetern Texas are an ex
e on fd the generai character
of 1 ridultural communties in
Teas, for no plate in the world
prosenta in its eorbination of
uasturaIseenery and flarm lifea more
pleasant pictare-than the eight or
tetimileo of country on the San
Antonio road before entering the
thriving village ot New BraunIos.
The road ransthrong. a succession
of small farmsto the West, a mile
.r'sodistant, is a range of high
ndS covered with cedar, the dark
Nth light green foliage of elms
thvidot the little valley below,
-to.the West stretches out a lovely
rolling prairie count:-y, ove' which
herds of cattle are grazing; be
tweeh this line of bills and t'e
high, rolling prairie, lie the well
fenced, well-tilled farms of our
- Corman friends, their humble but
oomlfortable houses surrounded by
l-1the:evidences of an industrious
adcitiized people. Here and
tIe.re long lanes -lead from the
prories to the bills to afford.a
passagefor the cattle of the farm
er. The whole coun try is a scene
of agricultural industry; ploughs
*re moving in every field; men
and O en ar at work; no one
lounging aboat. Tho women are
e-eral0y engaged in the lighter
- &tnpyment of sowing the seed.
V4children were visible playing
idfy about the farm doors, but a
log school house; in which we saw
&aAtitude of young heads trying
- teztch a glimpse of the'.stage,
p*e-er that tbese induetrious Ger
-A m womrence right."
Ra^dicaCisi dies Hard-Hear
Foius the value of this -defeat
*e=mists In this; It shows that thus
far'the- radical element, of the
miS~)Vtat has been safely
deA . ,President Johnson has
S gelfaJitt5legislation; thwarted
aRl .its planaj eashiered alk -who
sywibie4 withi-t- He is justi
a4 s doing. Senators claim
- .eWbe Rppublicana-e wbo
haive bi&heito only m&rmured dis
* sent uton t,he first utterance- of
the puablic wish, hlave slank into
lin6-renow bold enough to defy
the tidlijyaIty of the nation
and bannt -tbeir own disloyalty on
-'the, eente floor.. After, such im
p'odence, the party assembles at
$hk~g7ad zo& oinly 4dee- not
- . i#k?/odi-am themn out of its ranks,
* aiLebarywise, mols its notn
n jais,andplatfowrto conlhiate
thien. anifestly, the raditaf ere
mnihaq- been; on all bands,
sa.4i defiely tius far.- .'Power,'
-~ Meaulaj,.9afely- defied,
toucbeoia downfall.' We wait to
0eiWdeJetiWis the end. If it
- --.be, th'enlaewel1to teepulbliesn
~t~TbEnes will be drawn
he eaus .is neyer- lost.
- -Tat er - oforever victorious:
- d4ray8 it breaks the -worthless
tOOPotplyt9 ,wake better.
wigt mass _gGermUeft wi@
- nd ementhe con ti-I
ieotpj.. Anai-chy may dev'as
ta-itwhi1e. 'Civil war mray waste
it. Conispiitatons d~isgied as Pres
- dent. aiid Coigress, may legislate
eo' 'time- at' WashiRcgt6n. But
~wJe ftg hant.aine spite. or
IMinoti 'eodIeism1-re inexdra
bidetthe lw ofsupply and
- demd in the market o orp
tios.:hare as~ in theie iron grasp.
bgq wboe may) legislate, justice
ad Iebrty govern tbis land ; and
- - eat- oi anarchy, corruption- and
$.tion. they will lead it finally.
-Weeace and law.
-* - Nedonotbeifere that the rad
* iedent in this iand can be
safeLydefied.* k will yet erush
its .issailants. It will yet spew
fortb4ant of' its- mouth men like
* Wilson, who never confess a truth
-tiliwety'aonths after it is of
any value-fussy puff-balls, like
)ikeg.esenen whom e monopoly
*of tev.loaves and two fishes
only maskes to snarl the angrier at
these ighose disinterestedness
tosses tlhem all the spoils. The
force, whose triumphant vigor
tempted -these, men to assume its
livery, will yet sweep them from
the thrreshing floor and organizei
No SCOLDING OR FRETTING IN
Hz.avRN.-A little girl who had
witnessed the perplexity of her
mother on a certain occasion,
when her fortitude gave way un
der severe trial, said:
"Mother,'does God ever 1fret or
The query was so abrupt and
startlirig that it irrested the mo
ther' ateton almost wfth a
"Why, Lizzie, what makes yoi
ask that question ?".
"Why, God is go6d ; you knov
you used to call Him so, when:
was little; and I should like t(
know ifHe ever scolds ?"
"No, child, no."
"Well, I am glad be don't foi
scolding always makes me feel s(
bad. I dont think that I coulc
love God much if he scolded."
The mother felt rebuked. Nev
er had she heard so forcible a lee
ture on the evils of scolding. Th(
words sank deep in her beart a
she turned away from her littl(
innocent one to hide the tears thai
gathered in her eyes.
A young woman's fancy is like th(
moon, which changes continually, bui
always has a man in it.
The State of South Carolina.
Newberry District-In Equity.
Silas Johnstone, vs. J. A. Bond and others
It appearing to my satisfaction that Jamef
A Bond. one of the defendeots in this case
resides beyotid.the limits of this State. Or
motion of Mes;srs. Jones & Jones. Plaintiff's
Solicitors. it is ordered, that said absent de
fendant do plead answer or demur to thi
bill, within forty days from the publication
ereof. or the same will be taken pro con,
fesso againqr him.
Com's Ofl,-e, SILA% JOHNSTONE,
May 20 21 7 t14 C. Z N. D.
District Court of the United States,
For the District of South Car6lina. In
Bankruprey In the matter of JOHN P
To whom it may concern: The under
srned hereby gives notice of his appoint
ment as A-.sgnee of the estate of John P
Anti, of the town of Newberry, in the Dis%
Vilet of NAIherry and .State of South Caro
ita within said di-itrict, who has been ad
judged a Bnkrupt upon his own petition by
the District Court of Said District. Dated
18th day of May, A. D , 18G8~
J0 H N T. PETI RtON, Assignee.
My 20 21 St.
District Court of the United Slat%.
For' the District of South Carolina. in
B.nkrupter. In the matter of J. T.
To whom it may concern:- The under
signed hereby 2ives notice of his appoint
ment as Assignee of the estate of J. T.
Zealv, of the town of Newberry. in the Dis,
:rict of Newherry and State of South Caro
ina within said distriet. who has been ad
[tidged a Bankrupt upon his own petition by
the District Court of said District. Dated
15th day of May. A. D 1868.
.10 H N R LEAVELL, Assignee.
May 20 21 3t.
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
-Newberry District-In Equity.
Emeline D. Gross. A dm'x, v Jas. C. Gross
Bill to Marshall Assets, &c.
It appearing to my .satisfaction that
aes Hodges, William R. Hodges, Robert
odges, and William P. Lewis (constitut
ing the firm of Hodges Brothiers) the part.
tiers of' thp firm oi- Carey, Howe & Co., and
E.. H. Slatler, de'fendants itt this case, reside
evond the limit- of this State, On'Motion
f Mr. Fair, Puff's Sol'r, it is Ordered,- that
rbe said absent defendants do plead. auswer'
r demur to this hill within fort;y da3s frotin
he pul'eation hereof', or the same will be
aken pro confesso ag;ainst themi.
LMo,'rs Office, SILAS JOHNSTONE,
16th Ma y, 1868. 2') 21 7 *14 c.E N.D.
STATE OF SOUTfl CAROLINA.
Newberry District-In Equity.
. W. Sm~ith v E Waldo, R. G. Mayes & J.
Bill for Account.
it aparng to my satisfaction that Ben
,imin Waldo sad Rhydon G. Mayes, two of
he defecndatntsin this cav-e, reside beyond
the limits of this State, on motion of Lelloy
. Youmanis, Puif's Svl'r, Ordered that the
id absent defentdantCa do plead, answer or
iemur to this B.ll within forty days from
the pilentior hereof, or the same wilk be
nkn pro confesso against themn.
on'rs O(iee, SIL AS JOHINSTONE1,
-16 Muay,l1868. . - c.LE..D
31 20 2.1 714
TATE OF SOUTIH.CAROLINA.
Newberry District -In Equity.
Micajah D. Suber and Iv M. Suber v W.
- B. S..Beard, Ex'or, et al'
Bill for sale of Laud, Relief, &c.
It appr.ing~ to my satisfaction I it W
B. S. Beard, a party aezn" this-ess,
resides beyond the lint-ts of thia State, Un
oion of Messrs. Jones & Jones it
s ordered, thai' the said absent defer'd
ant do pl-ad, answer or demur to- this Bill
within forty days from the publication he,e
of, or the same will be taken pro confesso
against him. SILAS JOHNSTONE,
o'rs Office, c. a. a. n.
I5 May, 1868. 20 21 7 ft14
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Newberryg District-In Equity.
W. H. Grierson and E C Grierson. his~ wife,
Admn'x., v Thomas F. Harmon, Admn'r,
The creditors of the estate of Middteton T.
Kinard, dec'd, are required to render on
oath and establish their. respective demands,
before the Commissioner on or before the
15th day of June next.
SIL AS JO H NSTONE, C E.N D.
Comrs Office, 11 May, 1868 13 20 5-101
STA TE OF SOUT H CAROLINA.
Newberry Distrit-In Equity.
Joseph F. Abrams and wife, by next friend,
vs. Allen S. Scruggs and others.
Bill for Account and Relief.
It appearing to my satisfaction 'that John
W. H atton, a party defendent in this case,
resides beyonn the limits of thir State. On
motion of Mr. Cald'well, plaintiff's sot., it is
ordered that he do plead, an-wer or demut
to the bill filed in this case.within forty days
rom the publication hereof, or the same
will be taken pro confes-o asrainst him.
SILAS JOHNSTONE-, C. E, N! D.
Cor's Offie, May 11, 1808. 13 20 7 O14
The State of South Carolina.
Silas Johnstone, Corn.. vs. WV. A. Reid and
Bill to foreclose statnary lien.
It appearing to my satisfaction thal
Charles S. Reid, a defendant in this case, re'
sides hevond the limits of this State, on mo'
tion of Mr. Baxter. Plaintiff's Solicitor, or
dered that the said absent defendant d<
plead, answer or demur, to the bill filed it
.this case within forty-diays from the publl'
cation hereof, or the same-will be taken pt
confesso against bita.
Cor's Offioe, Co. E. N. D.
A pril 2918 5t, 51
.The State of 'South Carolina.
Newberry District-In Equtity;
. H. Williams, Adm'r, vs. J. J.lteeder ant
The creditors of the estate of Rilchard W
Clary, deceased,* are, required to render Oi
oath and establish their respective demand:
before the Commissioner, on or before thi
first da7of June, 1868.
Comn a Office, SIL AS JOHNSTONE.
Ailn91S6t. 910 C . . N.
ISOLETTE," THE FEMALE SPY..
A STORY OF CHARLESTON AND TEE WAR.
By J. Witherpoon Eryin.
In the issue of the YorkvIlle Enquirer for tha
4t1 of June. will be commenced the publication
of the above thrilling and interesting nouvelette,
written expressly for its columns, by one of the
most popular authors of this State. The princl,
pal scenes of this story are laid in Charleston
ard vicinity, and the story cannot fail to prove
interesting to all who are familiar with the
events which occurred in that locality during
the late war.
i One of the moet painful circumstances connect..
ed with the heroic defence of Charle ton. during
its three years of siege, is to be found in the fact,
that during all this time, there were persons in
the city. 'in high life," who were engaged as
spies in sending information to the besiezers.
Drawings of the 1ortitications were furoi4hed,
weak points noted. and the movement of troops
indioated as soon as begun, and the fleet notified
of the time of arrival and departure of blockade
running res-els. So cautiousy did these emis
Faries of the enemy conduct their work, that for
a long tine the skill of the most eminent detez
tives was baffled in their endeavors to break up
the illicit correspondence. These spies were the
souice of extreme annoyance to the Command
ers in Charleston, and the information they were
ena led to furnish, often thwar ed their best ma%
tured designs upon the euemy. As a proof ot
the completeness of this conspiracy. it may be
remarked, that the daily papers of the city were
frequently read on board the blockade fleet, the
samf- day of their publication.
I he author of 'Isolette. or the Female Spy,"
has taken the principal characters and incidents
in this aftair, awd under assumed natnes, has pre
sented them in the form of a thrilling, and well
w itten romance, historic and ilpaginative. The
circumstances of the story are detailed a, begin
ning on James Island and In connection with
some of the South Carolina Regiments stationed
th,re. After many thrilling adventurep in
which the -female spy" figures largely, the be
roes of the plot fo.low their regiment to Vir
g nio. before the walls of Petersbure. The Pur
render of General Lee's Army in 186, finds
them again miong the S22ntee hills, where the
'ersotis who wish to secure this interesting
story complete. shoiuld send ino their subscriptions
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T - accommodate persons who desire the En
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South Carolina Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTO, S. C., March 28, 1868.
On and after Sunday, January 19. the Passe
ger Trains on the South Carolina Rsilroad wil
run as follows, viz :
Leave Charleton for Columbia...........6.30 A 3
Arrive at Kingville............... 1s0 P I
Leave Kingville.......................---.. . 2..- 200 P A
Arrive at Columbia........................350 P 3
Leave Columbia............... 6.4) A k
Arrive at K7inville.....30 A 3
Lfave Kingvile.................................. 800 A 3
Arrive at Churleston-...........................8.00 P 1
The Passenger Train on the Camden Brancl
will connect with Up and Down Columbia Trains
and Wilmington and Manchester Railroa
Trains on Monays, Wedesdavs and Saturdays
N!GHT EXPRESS. FREIHT AND PAS
SENGER A( 'COMMODA l.N TRAI. will ruz
as folows, viz:
Leave Charleston for Columbia...........5 40 P I
Arrive at Columbia..... ........6.'6 A N
Leave Columbia...............6.... .0 P 3
Arrive at Charleston ........... 540 A N
March 21 I. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Supt.
Greenville & Columbia R. R
ON and after FRIDAY, the 6th instant
Passenger Trains will run daily, Sunday:
excepted, as follows:
Leave Columbia at................7.00 a. M.
" Alst6n at.................855
Newberry at..............10 35
Arrive at Abbeville at...........3 30 p. in
" at Anderson at...... ... 515 "
" at Greenville at...........6 00 "
Leave Greenville at..........6.00 a. m
Anderson at..............6.4-5 "
Abbeville at..............8.15 "
" Newberry at..............1 25 p. m
Arrive at Alston at.... ..........3 00 "
" at Columbia at.........5.00
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad wil
also r-n daily, Sundays excepted, connect
ing with the up and down trains on th<
Greenville and )olumbia Railroad, as fol
Leave Anderson at............5 20 p. In
" Pendleton at........... 6 20
Arrive at Walhalla at........ 8.00 "
Leave Wa!halla at...............4 00 a. m
" Pendleton at........... 40
Arrive at Anderson at ..........640 "
The train will return from Belton to An
derson on Monday and Fridav mornings.
JAMES 0. MEREDIrH,
-South Carolina Railroad.
This Company has now for sale, for the
accommodation of nierchatts throughou
the country, "BUS,NESS TICKETS" tc
travel over the road.
ONE THOUSAND MILES FOR $25.
They can be procured at the Company's
Ticket Office in Augusta, Columbia and
Camden; also in Charleston, from
L. C. HENDRICKS,
General Ticket Agent,
April 22 17 tf Office John Street.
Office Laurens R. R.
Laurens C. U., S. C , A pril 29, 1868.
On and after ruecsday. 12th May next. th<
trains on this road will commence runninng
to return on samne day; to connecs' with cr
and down trains on G~reenvimle and Colum
bia Railroad, at Helena; leavYing Laurens a
5 A. M., on Tuesdays, Thursday's and Sat
urday's, and leaving Helena at 11 P. M., oc
same dnys. J. S. BOWERS.
M y 6 - Sapt. L.R R.
SOUTH CAROLUNA RAIL. ROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT's OFFICE,
Son-Ta CAROcIXA R 'xILROAD,
AwIril 28 1808S.
THE FOLLOW[NG FRElGHlT TARIF1
from N.ashvmlle and Chattanooga to Coum
bia will take effect from anid after this dlate
To Columbia, Nashville. Chattanooga.
Bacon per 100 lbs...... .. ..83 62
Oats per bushel.........28 21
Corn per bashel......... 36 27 *
Wheat,-rye and barley per~
Pork ad beef per hurrel .. ..2 57 $192
Flour, apples, onions and
po.tatoes per barrel.1. 153 1 19
Whiskey, high wines andi -
(Signed,) H. T. PEAKE,
- May 7 . General Superintendent.
Notice To Shippers.
Gen'l Superinten's.Offie. S. C. R. R.,
Decemher 11, 1857.
On and after this date the TARIFF by th
Great Southern Freight Line, FROM COLUM,
IlA . will he as follows, viz:
Cotton per bale, to New York............4. 0(
" " Philadelgthia........... 4>O
" "~ Baltimore.............. 3. 22
This route Is guaranteed as cheaper, quickei
and more reliable than any competing, whih
the differance of insurance, not amnounting t<
20c, is over t wice compensated- by difference ':
rates.H. T. PEAKE,
Dec 11 -General Superintendent .
"The Christian Neighbor.''
On 'rhursday, April 2d, 18 S. I shall commene
the weekly publhcation of THlE CH.RISf1A3
N EL4H BOR, in the city of Columbia, S. C.
It will he an ADVocA'rz: 1. Of Christianit:
universal; also particular, as opposed to. War
offensive or defensive. 2. Of the Internal Unity
of the Church, as oppon.ud 2 the ptnin g
externalism. 3. Of Methodism. as holding the
Head, and as consisting wit h the essentials, lib
erty and cha rity of Christian.ity. 4. Of Civi
Government and Patriotism, as they consist wita
the Divine Government and Generrdl benignity
5. Of quality, as it consists with Christianizec
common se'nse. 6. Of Ednucation, physical, men
tal, religious and moral, as of the first impor
A REcoEDER of G,eneral Intelligence front thi
household, agricultural, -scientific, artificial
commercial and political world.
And an ADVsaLTIsEa of the respectable and
Care will be exercised to exclude imprope:
matter, and to put in that - which .will iustrue
the Children anid the School, and edify tha
A dults and the Church.
Ths question of the consistency of war wit1
Christianity will, when under consideration, bh
treated as far as we can in a Christian sirit
And, while the denominational teature- ot the
paper will be Methodistic, we shall endeavor "t<
keep the unity of the spirit in the bond of peace
with all branches of the Church that hold Chris
as the Head.
The effort will be to make the weekly visits
THa NEtGHBoE agreeable and profitable to evet
Terms in Advance or within 3 Months:
One Year..........................^3 (0
Every subscriber Is authorized to act as as
agent. and will, a fter paying $2.00 for his owt
paper, be credited with 10 per cent on al
amounts received from him for TH E NEIGHBoR
A limited number of advertisements will be re
ceved at the customary rates.
iDu Persons remitting money by. mail will de
posit the letter in the Post Office In the preseno
of a witness, ard in case the money is not re
ceved. the certificate of deposit will be forward
ed to us
7 l'he receipt of all sums of money sent wil
be acknowledged in the paper, in connectiot
with the subscriber's name.
[7 Office on Main street, -next to Rober
Bryce & Son.
Address: SIDI H. BROWNE
-Columbia, S 'C.
P. S...,gents and other friends to the enter
pri please exert tbemselves and send il
subscribers an d-money by the last of March.
Marcir 4 10Otf.
Greenville and Columbia R. E. Co
SThis Company has now for sale, in lieu.o
"Seaon Tickets," a TICKET which entitle
a persomz to travel over the road
One Thousand .Miles for $40.
within one year from -date of parchase
The., tickets can be pnrchaed' fi-otn th<
Agents it Columbia, Newberry,-Abpeville
Anderson and Greenville.
W. A LSToN GIBBES,
General Ticket Agent G. & C. R. R: Co.
It Is an UNFAILING REMEDY in all -aw.
or Neuralgia Facialis, often effeding a pe0
fect cure in less than twenty-four hoau.
from the use of no more thanTwooRrTat a
5 No other form of Neuralgia or Nervoa
Disease has failed to yield to this woxDam.
FUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
Even in the ,everest cases of Chronie
.Neuralgia and general nervous ddiagiv
ments,-of many years standinft , rm
the entire system, its use for* ew -days iD.
a few weeks at the utmost; always afte*
the most astonishing relief, and very tar y
fails to produce a complete and permanent
It contains no drugs or other materials fu
the slightest degree injurious, even to the
most delicate system, and can Ax,was be
i used with PERFECT SAFSTY.
It has long.been in icostaqt use by M2ny
of our MOST EMIENT F9 T1ICIANS, who
give it their unantmous and -angalffed
Sent by mail on receipt of price,-aud jost.
One pIckage.....81....Postag6e .
Six packages,............ 5.00,...... " 27 "
Twelve packages,....... 9.00....... 48
It is sold by tll wholesale and retail dealers
in drugs and medicines thioughout the Unisd
States, and by
TURNER CO., Sole Proprletr
157 Tremont Street, Bosto:,4e
For sale by
PRATT & FANT.'
April 2918 12mo.
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The intense desire eeyWhere ma'
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-ale. combined with auresedecII
make it the best subscription book ever
One Agent in Estoa, Pa, reporus .71 a,
-cribers in threedava :. .
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Address NAIJONA L-PUBLI!G CO -
Biroad Street, Adianta, Ga.
A pril 29 18 ft.
TIlE SUBSCRIBERIhas cpnstanN das
hmada figllassorimuent of rhe abovesir*e
-ases, of differen,t patterns, 'bsid&~
of his own make, all'of Nb,ieb he is~r&
to turnish at very reasoniable .rate~~Rd
-promptness and despatch. - ~..
Person.' desiredis oT having, cases
railroadl will have theurs@i free of.hc..r
-Affearse ia,always' onhn
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Thank ful for -past -patronage,tI& ista
acriber respectfully ask%foi a. coand n7
of the:simen, and- 'ahbnes the 90ie~~s
no eflort on his part w4e apre(he
the utmost.saisfa'cfo. C
Newberry S. C, Jnly 31. - ..
The undersigned respecfUy-gives:Wp*Wf .
that, he is prepared to.fMEK,oet REFR~.
any kind of CABINET WARS, Iathuit. e
est and most satisfactory manner. eq~
solicited. Prices. reasonabte.
Oct.O 30,.8ea44-if. Helena, S. C.
LEWIS BUT L
FASIIONABLR BABER and
RESPECTFULLY announces to the gen.
tiemen of.New bersy, thiat he-has~rem.oved tot
the room in the rear of theNewberry Eots!
r where he will be happy to waitr.upon all in
t the exercise of his profession. His objecs
* is to please the -most, fastidioui taste :en4
the keeping of hi~3'sbopsall beafterthe
e most unexceptionable style.
Shaving, Trrinming, Shampooing, and -
,Hairdying executed in the anost 'approee
manner.-- - Jan. 1.-4-tI.
SSTA TE OF,SOU3TH CAROLINA.
V Newberry Distrit--In Equity.
John-R. Sondley & Charlton B. Sbndrfet,
Surviving~ E'oi-s, v..Richard GC. Sondley,
Foster A. Sondley and othes.~
2Bill for Marshalling A'ssetts,'7junctioca;.e
iIt appearing to usy satisfaction thet ll'o.
-ter A. Sondley and gosis Lilienthail, de
fendants in this case,,'reside beyond the-~w
limits of this State, On Motion of Vr
e Plaintiff' 's Solicitor, it is Ordered, haf$e
' said absent defesndants do :plead, ane6rr
demur to the bill1fied in this case within
forty days from the pftbieaticn I ereof,.or
the same will be taken pro eontessmo against
tthem. SILAS JOBNSTOIIE,'
Com'rs Offlee, c. 3. 1. D.
16th May, 1868. 20 21 7 *14
Charleston, S. 0.
BOARD PER DAY, 83.00.
S Superintendent. Propristrms.
A Cure for afl.Face Aches,