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The Art of Making Toast.
Did the reader ever ask for
toast at an hotel ? If so, he prob
ably was served with a piece of
fresh bread, burned before the fire,
the charcoal mostly scraped off,
and served under the name of
toast. Now there is a little
science involved in making toast.
It should always be made of stale
bread. The heat drives off what
ever acids may have formed in
the loaf, but more than that, the
starch of the flour is more or less
converted by the heat into more
digettible substance, dextrine. By
nicely toasting a slice of bread we
save the digestive organs a cer
tain amount of labor ; hence toast
is usually acceptable to invalids
and those of impaired digestion.
So much for the philosophy of the
thing. Now for the practice.
Make the toast from a stale home
made loaf. Baker's bread will
make an imitation of toast, but
not the thing itself. Slice mode
rately thin, and place on the
taa~ting :fork, or in some of the
't toasters, and hold it near the
fire until it is well warmed
through. Then-here comes the
rub-bring it near the fire where
it will quickly become of a light
brown, or rather of a deep golden
yllow, turn and treat the other
side the same, and serve. If but
teredtoast is desired, apply butter
f$ moderato quantity while hot.
Toast should not be piled upon a
plate, as in that case the crispness
is lost, If there is no toast rack,
9 sthe slices lapping over one
another, shingle fashion, so that
te moisture of the lower slice
6iay escApe and not be absorbed
PoLr zss oF PAu.-An old
poet lik quaintly called our Sa
viour the first gentleman that
ever breathed." Paul's politeness,
tdo;must bot be overlooked, com
pounded as it was of dignity and
4ef reisce.- It appeared in the
ildness of the manner in which
he delivered his most startling
and solemn messages, both to
heatben and Jews; in his graceful
salutations ; in his winning re
e "excellent oil which
e the bead ;" in the
' icacy hf is allusions to his
ri and services; and, above
'i3~ le-calfi, self-possessed and
uiilattitudle he assumed before
Aheialers of his people and ~the
'raMh6oyities, Inthe lan
guage of Peet land John to their
Judes, there is an abruptness sa
vormg of their rude fisherman
dife, and fitter for the rough echoes
of the .i& 'ef Galilee, than for
'qAyld a. decied, is
far mor..gracious. He lowers his
gg lbolt before his .adversary
ere he launches it. His, shaft is
,rs-bed" a welR as powerful.
fwords to King Agrippa-"I
Mg~4eo God tbat not only thon,
Outisall that hear me this day,
-.wera.both almost and altogether
ek' 64 I am, excepts these bonds"
Sth& most chivalrous utter
A4 e oorded in history. An
IangeI could not bend more grace
fully, or assume an- attitude or
more exalted courtesy.
Get The Best
Suitable for all Buildings, Dwellings,
Ikras, Ghurches, Factories, &c., and for
aRl climates; equally adapted to flat or
steep roofs, and can be applied by any or
THlE READY ROOFING
ismore durable than tin, and does not
erstoens-half as much. It is cheaper than
shingles, far more durable, and fire-proof. It
iu made of the heaviest fabric ever used for
7iasind is put up in rolls ready
T*or shipment to any part of the world.
Send.for Circular and Samples, (sent free.)
Wa uiso .uuwncruag.
GR ANI TE-CEMENT.
For repairing all kinds of leaky roofs,
c1.imneys, sky-lights, &c. This Booting
Cement forms a permanent adhesive coat
ing over the whole surface of all roofs,
-whether tan, shingle or composition, corn
lgey closing up leakages, and being eom
d~o.bd largely ofground Granite, which sets
and hardens, and soon becomes an artificial
SIs sor Svoss covering.
For coating tin and all kinds of metal
and composition roofs. It will not run,
crack or peal off, but form a permanent
and perfect protection wherever placed.
It is furnished at half the cost, and posses
aes twice the durability of the common oil
paints used for such purposes.
County rights for sale.
-For Circulars and all partlcnlars,;
READY lOOPING Company.
81 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
July 28 29 Sm.
Shaving, Champoeing, &c.
Louis Butler, barber, hair dresser, &c., re
spectfully begb leave to inform the Ladies
and Gentlemen of Newberry, that he is sup
plied with all necessary appliances to prac
tice the Art Tonsorial satisfactorily to alL
Ladles wishing their hair champooed, &c.,I
will be waited npon at their homes. He
announces to the gentlemen that he has
fitted up a shower bath and a plunge bath.
Shop rear oftNewberry HoteL.
June 9 22
Charleston, S. C.
BOARD PER DAY, $3.00.
Mas, U, L. BUTTERFIELD,
INSURE IN TIHE
UFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ALE. WHILLDIN, President.
GEO. ZUGET, Vice-President.
JOIN S. WILSON, secretary.
JOHN C. SIIMS, Actuary.
Assets, - - $2,500,000.
Annual Income, 1,000,000.
The American-Is now one of the Oldest
Compauies in the United States, Chartered
The American-Has $200 of Assets for
every $100 of Liabilities.
The American-Never lost a dollar of in
The American-Issues policies on ALL de
The American-Makes ALL policies non-for
The American-Pays Life Policies to the
insured at the age of eighty years.
The American-Has no unnecessary restric
tias on travel and residence.
The American-Declares dividends annual
lv at the end of the first year.
The American-Pays all losses promptly.
Has all the tables of rates for Life, En
dowment, Income Producing, Return Pre
mium, Premium Reducing, Children's En
dowment Policies, and grants Annuities on
most favorat.le terms. Its rates are low.
It has both the mntual and stock plans.
CALDWELL & BRENIZER, Gen'l Agents
North and South Carolina. Office First
National Bank building, Charlott*, N. C.
Ex. Gov. Vance, Charlotte, N. C.
Gen. Jno. A. Young, " "
Gen. Alexander, Columbia, S 0.
Col. Jas. Gibbs, " "
L. D. Childs, " "
J. NEWTON FOWLES, Agent,
Newberry, S. 0.
g Agents Wanted. Liberal arrange
ments will be made with men who MAEN
EusINEss. June 9 22 ly.
CITIZEN'S SAVINGS' BANK
Office on Pratt Street.
Geni. WADE HAMPTON, President.
J.B. PALMER, Vice"President.
Thomnas E. GREGG, Cashier.
G T. SCOT 1', Assistant Cashier.
FAIR, POPE & POPE, Solicitors.
y7-' Fiance Bord.
JOHN T. PETERS9N,
EMANUEL S. COPPOCK,
EUEBEN S. CHICK.
[nterests on Deposits at the
Rate of 6 Per Cenit., Per
rem9 a. u.,t to5p. m.
[ Extract from By-Lawos.)
"Deposits may be made by any minor
ver the age of twelve years, either with or
without a guardian, and by married women
n their own names. s.ums of $1 and n'
ward will be received, but no interest shaf
e paid on the fractional parts of S1, nor on
y sum where the whole deposit iuless than
15, nor for the frac-.lonal part of a month."
Wil be ready for Business May 1st.
ay 5 18 6m.
Ihomas S. Moorman,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has resumed the practice of the Law at
:his place, and can be found for the present
it the Store of R. Moorman & Co.
Feb 2I8 tf
Wheeler & Wilson Manufac
BRI DGEPORT, CONN.,
asenabled to select the most perfect
Onised Machines, and forward them to
those who may want, at the muanufac
turer's price, free of cortamissions to the
purchaser. Any orders sent through
Silas Johnstone & Wmn. F. Nance, will
receive prompt attention.
Baker & 'Confectioner,
Newberry, 8. C.
Respectfully informs his many cnstomers
md the prhlic generally that his
New Bake Oven
now completed, and by its convenient ar
rangemert he can bake any and everything
in his line at the shortest possible notice,
Cakes, Pastry, &c.,
in satisfactory and handsome style. Parties
md Dinners furnished at shortest notice.
Fresh bread, pies and cake on hand.
feals served at any hour.
Fish, oysters and game can be had at all
Thnkful for past favors he solicits a con
inuance of the liberal patronage heretofore
Dec. 2 49 tf.
T. P. Forreston,
Jobber and dealer in
GERMAN, FRENCH, ENGUSH AND
Jiosiery, Trimmings and Faney
Goods, Musical Instruments,
Also Fashionable Emporium of Designs for
Stamping, Braiding & Embroidery
Constantly on hand a large and well
assorted stock of
Braids, French Embroidery, Cot
ton and Linen and Silk Floss,
A. GU UIN ST., VIAILSTO, 8. C.
Dee 9 tf
The most beautiftzl Cooking
dall kinds of Cooking with as 1
stve has. It is very heavy and
EADER; 1 keep constantly on I
erate well. Out of the many
The Tin Business is still earn
he undersIgred have formed a partner.
'i for the practice- of Law in the State
~rs and the United Stater Courts, foi
eDistriet of South Carolina. Office al
rberry, S. C.
JA3MES M. BAXTE~R,
pril 7 14 tf. SiLAS JOHNSTONE.
JA MES ALLAN,
Importer anad De.aler in
ne Watches, Clocks
ewelry, Silver and Plated
are, Spectacles, Eye Glasses,
Fancy Goods, &c.
lie. 307 KIng Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C
'ATEB, CLOCES and JEWELRY E
Ofiee Laurens R. R.,
LaurensaC. H., S C., April 29, 1868.
On and after Tuesday. 12th May next. tht
rIs on this road will commence runnlnj
o etrn on s day; to connect with Dl
down trains on Greenville and Coim
BRailroad, at Helena; leaving Laurens a
S . M., on Tuesdays, Thursday's and Sat
ardy's, and leaving Helena at li-P. II., or
lae days. J. 8. BOWERS,
Supt. L. R. R.
oth Carolina R. R. Company
! NERAL SUPERINTNDE'SOFCE
APaIL 9. 1869.
N AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11TH In'
stant, the following Schednle for 1'AS
EGER TRA[INS, will be observed:
DAY FAssE1CGER TRAIN.
Leving Columbia at..........7 45 a. mn
arriing at Columbia at........-- .10 p. mn
lIGBT nIPEEss TRAIN.
eaing Columbia at.......-.-- .5 20 p in
Lligat Columbia at..........-- 4.4 a. m
Wl ran on Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur
&riving in Colambia at.....1....--- 1.00 a. in
eaing Columbia at .......-..... 2.2 p. in
Th rain now running between Columbia
mdKi ville in connection with the Througl
rai w iA be taken of on Sunday, APri
April1 General Supeiintendent
reenville & Columbia R. R
N and after SATURDAY, the 6tl
atiw, Paesenger Trains wilt run daily
u!days excepted, connecting with Nigh
trais on South Carolina and Charlotte ant
soth Carolina Railroads, as follows:
Leae Columbia a;...........7--.-7 00 a. m
Alston at.....------.. 855
Newberry at..........1 0 35"
Arrie a: A bbeVille at........3 30 p. mn
at Anderson at........-.15"
' at Greenville at........ 6.00
Leae Greenville at.........6.600 a. in
' Abbeville at......----.-.8.45
' Newberry at.......... 1 25 p. mn
Aston a;.... ... .....3 00
Arive at Columbia at...........0.00
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad vil
alorun daily, Sundays excepted.
Leae Andrson at...........-.520 p. mn
'Pendletn at..........6.6 20
Arrve at WaIhalla at......... 8.00 ~
LovWalhalla at..........-- 00 a.im
'Pendeoni at.......... 5.40
Arrie at Anderson at........6--6 40
The train will retunro m Belton to An
iron on Monday and Friday mornings.
MES 0. MEREDITH, Sanpt.
LIFE IN A PILL BOX.
EX:RAOBDINAY EFFECTS FROM
ONE PILL IN A DOSE.
ONE PILL IN A DOSE.
ONE PILL IN A DOSE.
W aAT one hundred letters a day say
from patients all over the inhabitable
"Dr. Maggiel, your Pill has rid me of all
"No more noxious doses for me in five or
ten Pills taken at one time. One of your
Pills cured me."
"Thanks. Doctor. My headache has left
me. Send another box to keep in the
"After suffering torture from the billious
cholic, two of your Pills cured me, and I
have no rtturn of the malady."
"Our doctors treated me for Chronic Con%
stipation. as they called it, and at last said
I was incurable. Your laggiel's cured
"I had no appetite; Maggiel's Pills gave
me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and keep them in
"Dr. Maggiel has cured my headache
that was chronic."
"I gave half one of your Pills to my babe
for cholera morbus. The dear young thing
got well in a day.
"My nausea of a morning is now cured."
"Your Box of Maggiel's Pills cured me of
noises in the head. I rubbed some Salve
behind my ears and the noise left me."
"Send me two boxes-I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar-your price is twenty.
five cents, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills."
"Let me have three boxes of your Salve
and Pills, by return mail."
For all diseases of the Kidneys, Re
tention of Urine, &c.,
Are a perfect care. One will satisfy any one.
For female disease', Nervous Prostration.
weakness, General Lassitude and Want of
Appetite. Maggiel's Pills will be found an
MAGGIEL'S PILLS and SALVE
Are most universal in their effects, and a
care can be almost guaranteed.
Each Box contains twelve Pills
one Pill in a Dose.
Andress all orders to
JOHN F. HENRY,
Successor to Dass, Bizas & Co..
8 College Place, New York.
C. F. HERBERT & Co.,
Proprietors of the
IAGGIEL'S HILL AND SALVI.
P. 0. Box, 6272.
June 16 23'tf.
3. N. ROBSON,
Ns. 1 & 2, Atlantic Wharf,
C H AR LESTO0N, 8.1f.
Having ample means for advances, a bus
ness experience of twenty years, and con
fining himself strictly to a Commission
Business, without operating on his own ac
:ount, respectfully solicits consignments of
ottou, Flour, Wheat, Corn, &c.
Shippers of Produce to him may, at their
ption, have their consignments sold either
n Charleston or New York ; thus having
he advantage of two markets, without ex
Bishop W. M. Wightman, S. C; Col.
Win. Johnson, Charlotte N. C; Rev. T. 0.
Sommers, Tenn.; Hon. John P. King, Au
usta. Ga. ; Messrs. Geo. W. Williams &
C., Charleston, S. C. ; Messrs. Williams,
aylor & Co., New York.
A pril 28 17 ly.
T HE Advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a very sim
pe remedy, after having suffered several
ears with a severe lung affection, and that
read disease, Consumptou-is anxious to
make known to his fellow sufferers, the
eans of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
f the prescription used (free of charge),
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will find a sure cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc.
Thbe object of the Advertiser in sending the
Prescription Is to benefit the afflicted, and
spread information which he conceives to be
invaluable; and lhe hopes every sufferer wIll
y h:s trmedy, as It will cost them nothing,
ad may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the Prescription, will
plaRay. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., N.Y.T
June 2 21 ly.
Agentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay,
and all the effects of youthful indiscretion,
rill, for the sake of suffering humanity,
send free to all who need it, the receipt and
irections for making the simple remedy by
which he was cured. Sufferers wishIng to
profit by the Advertiser's experience, can do
o by addressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN.
June 2211y. No.42 Cedar't., N. Y.
LIP INSERDRM0 COMAT
AS DE fERMINED TO ESTABLISH A
jjBranch OffBee in South Carolina,which
ill give us the benefits of an entirely Home
Company, by investing in the State, all the
funds received in it. In fact it is better
than a new company, because the Piedmont
is a success already established, with ample
cpital and asst.ts.
This Company has insured some Four
Hundred persons in Edgefield, near Two
Hundred in Abbeville, a good many in
other counties, and about Thirty in New
berry. It is the duty of every person of
family to insure in b"half of that family at
NCE. It takes much less than you think
to insure. Don't wait till Fall, but take out
as large a Policy as you can sow, and in
rease it when you get able. You may die
this coming sickly season, and in that event
small Policy would do your family much
good, and it is your duty to make the best
provision you can for them, no matter how
Come, take a Policy in thi's Southern
ome Company without a day's delay.
TIHOMAS S. MOORIIAN,
June 9221 tfAgent
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps,
Bottled Wines and Liquors.
A supply of these justli celebrated goods
for medicinal and private use, just received
Iby the undersigned Agents for Newberry,
1 SMITH & CHRISTIAN.
Jan 99 t
~D WITHOUT E~XTEE
Stv-o mre. Wil bae
Stv*Ihv sod ntoe om
ed o in ts vriou brachesian
DR. K BAE
Chefularleystovn s. a. I
duae,and[xnt 8 bend to cr
las eamle andrtmet othSoe a
ytoue wI hoal e repreenot oie to be.
For on m in itF uaces, and
(Scsor rbto ;I.KLES&C.
Fo Ceanliessn in Caoin.
Plain and xtensing It]
yo will fid mtall erprsnst i o :
For eoyl nFu;
For Duablty; ein
For Cleanliness in Coking
and FEl;gneo iih
The "Cotton Plant'
ASHER PAIB, Columbia, 8. 0.,
Sole Agent for one half the State of S. C.
Jan 27 tfa
Shedule on Blue Ridge R.11
ION and after Saturday, the fifth instan
the Trains on this Road will run every da;
Sunday's excepted, connecting with ti
Greenville and Columbia Railroad at Al
Ur TRAI.-Leave Anderson 5.20 o'cloc
p mn.; leave Pendleton 6.20 p. in.
DoWN TRAIN.-Leave Walhalla, 4 o'CloC
a. mn.; leave Pendleton, 5.40 a. in.
[ UP TRAN.-Arrive at Pendleton, 6.5
p. in.; arrive at WaIhalla, 8 o'clock p. mn.
DowN TRAIN.--Arrive at Anderson, 6.4
Waiting one hour after usual time f<
arrival of the G. & C. train.
An accommodation train will leave A!
derson on Mondays and Fridays:
Uir TRaiN.-Leave Anderson at '?.80
m.; leave Pendleton, 8.20.; leave Perr:
ville, 9.10.; arrive at Walthalla, 10.
DoWN TRAIN.-Arrive at Anderson, 1.5
p. in.; leave Walhalla, 11 a. mn.; leas
Pendleton I p. mn.
W. H. D. GAILLARD,
June 28 superintendent.
Ati W. T. Wright's.
s quick, boil as fast, broil as nice, and
as Inany advantages which no other
ek as mnany stoves are. Besides the 6
~tterns, all of which are warranted to
knowledge has failed to give entire
all work will be done at short notice.
W. T. WRIGHT.
REV. J. B. HILLHoUSE-ParlcrraL.
Miss FiArm LEAVELLI,
" ANNIE HIL.L.OUsE,)
Ma. F~. Wanssa-Professor of Music.
Cox, S. Fia-Chairman Board Trustees.
Terms per quarter, of 2j months, payable
IPrimary Department, Spelling. -ead
ing. Writing and First Lessons In 4
Arithmetic, English Grammar and
in Geography,.... .. ...5.00
English'Grammar, Geography, Arith
metic and History,... .. .....7.50 hi
Latin, Greek. French, Logic. Rhetoric, ca
Physical, Mental and Moral Sci, o
ences, . . . . . . $1000 14
No Papil will be charged at the same time
with more than one of the preceding rates.
Music, extra-$25 per session of five
Boarding, with the Principal and others,
on reasonable terms. (I
IThorouirh instruction afforded in all the
branches or a liberal education. 5<
March1010 tf. o0
Ilam now fully prepared to attend to all
work of this kind, entrusted to me. Sur.
veying in all of its branches attended to with4
accuracy and dispatch-at lisual prices. Or'
ders can be left at Mr. J. E. Peterson's ofiee,
d or sent to me through the Postoffie at this
Iplace G. hi. GIRARDEAU. n1
IR. Moorman & Co.,
Have just received a new supply of
Bacon, Sugar, Coffee, Salt,
Syrup, Tobacco, Country
Cured Shoulders & Sides, &c.,
Which they propose to sell at satisfactory
Sprices. Tbey receive new supplies every
week, and invite an examination of their
~stock. March 24 12 tf.
low Lost, flow Restored.
S Just published, a new edition of Dr. Cult
verwell's Celebrated Essay on the radical
cure (without medicine) of Spermatorrbma,
or Seminal Weakness. Involutary Seminal
5 Losses. Impotency, Mental and Phrsical In'
capacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc.;
also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits;
induced by self'.Indulgence or sexual ex'.
(Ei"rice, in a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author, in this admirable
essay. clearly demonstrates from a thirty
-years' successful practie, that the alarming
consequences of self.abuse may be radically
cnred without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife;
~pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition 4
e tay be, may cure himself cheaply, privately h
1- and radically.
(E [his Lecture should be in the bands of
k every youth and every m.n in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to i
k any address, postpaid, on receipt of sixL
cents, or two post stamps. Also, Dr, Cub.
verwell's "Marriage Guide," price 25 cents.
SAddress the Publishers,
CH AS. J. C. KLINE & CO., -
COLUMBIA, S. C. 1
0' THE PROPRIETORS take pleasure in an'
e Inouncing that this elegantly.furnished
Ealishment is now open for the accom
modation of guests, The rable will always
be supplied with every delicacy of the sea'.
.son-both from New York and Charleston
Markets, and no efforts will be spared to
give perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to ~
our patrons. n
WH G. ANd, Paorarstons.
May 518 .BAEHO,
LII INiSR,AUNCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED, - - - - -1842.
CASH ASSETS OVER THIRTY MIL
LIONS OF DOLLARS.
Cash Income, 1867, over TEN MILLIONS.
Dividends to Policy Holders, 1867, $2,236,.
New Policies issued in 1867,19,406.'
The Company is PURELY MUTUAL. No
lividends to stockholders. The entire pre"
its are returned to the assured, thus causing
Policies to become SELF-SUSTAINING in
hirteen years, or to double in twenty.
Interest received from investments, 1867,
Excess of INTEREST RECEIPTS ALONE
aver losses, about $400,000.
Real Estate, Bonds and Mortgages on eal
Estate, In the City of New York, over SE,
VNTEEN MILLIONS of dollars.
It is the richest Company in the world.
ts policies are non-forfeitable. Its dhvi.
lends are the largest.
Applications for Columbia, and the North.
srn portion of South Carolina. received by
GREGG, PALMER & C0.,
BENsoN M. JoNEs, Agent at Newberry.
JAxus McINToss, M. D., Medical Exam.
Feb. 10 6 ly.
Purifies the Blood.
sr 8a1e by Druggisia Everywere
FOS. W. HARRISSON,
Paint,Oil,Glass, Sash, Bru i,
Varnish, Lamp, and Pe
troleum Oil Store.
'atent Thief Detecting Mon.
'arker's "Furniture Gloss.'
2 QUEEN STREET, CHARLES
TON, S. C.
IHiowmae EaGREAT SUih E Tispae
unih t ey eaonbe res,wt
TEs srUsCRIBE hasn consesasnty
irand wifll aortmsent fe of arge.
Aerses, disrn alysrns bndsid cwilna
ih own make, rate of whic pe dspaed.
Thnful afovry easponae, rtesubi
Priern resculs o a cseinsatenb
iroa lhv themsm, n asenthfre po hae
A erseiay on hindpand will be sae oede
me utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
3ash & Blinds.
The subscriber takea pleasure in annoeno
ig to this communit that, having -made
i necessary arrangem'ents, he 'will be able
lash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
L.t Vecry Moderate Rates !!
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct. 7 41 tf. Newberry C. H., s. 0.
rep ior & hol s e ag, s
Charleston, S. C,
Dec. 28 62 ly.
OUS, SIGN AND DECORE ?AINT3,
Glazier and Paper Hanger,
Newberry C. H., S. C.,
Begs to inform the citizens of this com.
unity that be is now fairly started in binst'.
ss and prepared to execute all orders with
stuess and punctuality, and at moderase
tes. Orders may be left at the'Hrl
me. Manr2 i