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The Fairfield Herald.
E T'Er T WVJYCSD./1Y.
"A ilitte More sleep."
It lifts been considered not, beneath
the dignity of Field- Marshal the
Duke of Wellington to hold rank
among tho philosophers of the bed ;
and, as nobody know that he had ever
delivored himself of an axiom or
maxin illustrating bed doctrino, one
has been stolen for him, and his grace
has been made to Pwear it as if it
were his own. " 'When a nan turns
in bed, it is tino for him to turn out3
as the Duke of Wellington used to
say !" So we are told, as if the Gold
tmarshal were always sa3 ing it.. Now,
the pirase was a favorite one with our
early arch bishopis, and it was proba,
bly not original even even on the
lips of the very earliest of the pro.
lats to whoin it has boon assigned
by the Doui of Chichester.
The earliest illustration of the
evils of lying late in bed, which some
of our older people used to re
ceive when when thoy wore children,
cane to them from Dr. Watts. Who
has not heard of the famons lines,
with their halting philoplly ?
"7is the voice of tho Oluggarl : I beard
'You have iwaked iioa too soou f I must
slinnber again !'
As tho door on its hingos, so ho on his
Turns his sidep, and his shoulders, and his
The door that turns on its hingts
is doing its duty as a door, let Solo.
Mulln. and Dr. Watts say what they
will : and the wild brier, the thorn,
and the tlh itle, which grow broader
and higher in ii is garden, were at
least acting busihy accord' 'g to the
naturo ilplaIted in them. And,
after all, the so-called sluggard seens
to have been more harmless ill bed
th1n1 his cenSurer, who left, him, after
an npertinent inissionary visit, with
such an outburst of pharisaical pride
as t his :
"Maiid I t hen to my heart, .lcre's a lesson
for no !
2at inan's but a piciuro of what I inight
Put thank.s to iny frienels for their cto in
Who l e laight le, by tianos, to love
worling atl reahling
J.erhaps if tile sluggard had had
-hil iiouds, and they had found hin
"work to do," he would havo risen to.
''here was sote reason in the young
fellow who, Oit being asked why 110
did nut get up, replied ihat he had
nothling to get up for ! We are not
even sure tiat Quin is to be soverely
celsured in the morning dialogue
with ha valet :
''Nine o'cluck, sir."
"li ther aniy mullet in the market
ta'day. Jol ?)
'Then call me at nine to-morrow,.
'ioreover, it does not follow that,
aIO.'LI 3 11111 is in bed, ia mhind is
djl e, or that he is carelixss uf'the wel
iare of his fellow creatures who are
ul and abroad -
It i'rol'o Ins Ir' mo 1 l st in hed -
b e ires 'te clock -work (I ol't hond(
Goes best Inl that reclined po'oition."'
.\ * Germ11u had maitde a fortune in
P hihleiphin bay sellinig milk. He
.4tart Lt idIt hon wih t wo bags of sov.
(i'nits. On1t ship'boa rd he a ted
onet a g oaf trleasure0. A 'rnis'chievous
mlon~key was watching his operations.
As son as it wa- replaced and tied
uP, andl tihe other bag emnptietl, Jooke
1lultch~ed up tile full 0on0 ando wats
a'oon at the mxast-head. fle opened
thet G erml:(1n's bag and after eycing
tile i retty gold', lhe proceededi to dro.,
t"? piceo upion the dek, and anloth
er in tile water, until heo had emptied
thet bag. When he had finished, tihe
Dutll ilnan11 throw uip his had,
exulainmed :"io must be do tuyvil,
for what caml~e from de water he does
gIve to do water, and wvhat came
romt de0 milk he gives to me."
I hatfiis litli 011 i A ica.
A curious story comels to us across
the ocean of a shapoless butndlo of
irgs ouind recently in a tree-to in
the bouth A frican colony of ?satal.
It proved to be One of the missing
baIlloons wichtil floaited out of Paris
during the seige with a freight of
letters and dlispatehos--rders from
the governmuent of national defense
to) its genlerals inl thle field, and mes
sages of' iove antd cheer, of sorrow
an1 d conl 'iiptn from time suffering
etinzens to their friends outside. if
the governmentl1 had no better way
thlan this ol reaching its commanders,
it. is perhaps not huprising that tile
milhtary operations of France ccas
ionally lacked consistenoy. It lhns
been sugige.ted thaCt the 'contents of
~hig 0 ma l mail may have an impor
antt bearing upon01 tihe trial of Batza
11no; but a question wich will inter..
cst theo pubhio far more than the
purport of the letters is howy the
baollooni should have found Its way
from France to tho southern extremi
ty of Af'gia. Natal is over 5,000
mniles from Palris inl a direotion al
moest due south. We should like to
knew uhal~t Prof. Wise's easterly cur
rent was don whlile thjo air ship
.)ltdeatlS xtaordintary voyago.
IBrownsville, To'xas, tried to or
gan(i5n a Sunday scooel, the ether
day, ba; thse three mna who wanted
to be sutperimtendlahn got irnto a fight,
ti d thie crowyd miarchedl out to soo a
*hotic match ov.. at.e ck
"A Corrupt Cougress."
Broadcast among our people there
is dishonesty, of coide, as there is in
every country, but it is not found
with us in groater proportion to the
putubors thun it is found elsewhere,
while we doubt it thore over was a
legislative body so shanielessly cor
rupt as the present Congress. In
utter disregard of its reponsibility
towards the Southern States, with an
indifference to the welfare of those
great coinnuiuties that was partly
revenge, tihe republican party per
nitted reconstruotion on principles
that let in the crowds of carpet-bag
Representatives andi Sutators; and
t' us the personal coanposition of
Congress w as adultorated, the govern
ing body was debased by the coinaig
in of a horde of scoundrols, political
vagabonds, refugees, bankrupts
wretches who had beon forced to
leave by turns every community
where there was any ad minibtration
of justico or respect for the right.
If a inass of clippedt coin is put into
circulation atud is given and takon
on an equality with good coin, all the
good coin soon becomes clipped also
or disappears. So it has been with
Congress ; the bad reduced the mass
to its level, and all Congress is aii
iated by the principles and morals
that the carpet-beggers broulght
there ; and this is the retributive
justice that moakes the ill we pornit
to be done to others a catastrophe to
ourselvo.--N. Y. 11eraid.
A colored man, narnod Dave Simu.
kins, fell in an old vell, on Mr.
Fielding's lot on Riuhardson street,
near the now post olice, on Friday
night lust, and, althougli ho says le
kept up an incessant yelling, he did
not succeed in niaking hiinself heard
until yehterday'moirning, about lialf
past7 o'clock. The well was fully
sixty-livc feet deep, but, fortunately,
Siiukins sstained no serious itijuries.
ie had a cut on the head, and his
log was. souia'khat sprained. Tlhne
well had been covered with platiks
for a number ofyoirs, and fully a
foot of earth had aceunntilated on it.
I hi:: preservation froni instant death
was truly iniraetulous, as lie handed
plu nijp in tile middle of the hole -
A 8ilrLt WolilR.
-irs. Scarns, who lives in (Grayson
counity, went out otte day last spring
to dig ginseng. She is said to be one
of the most industrious women inl all
her section. During the day she dug
seven pounds of gi lseng, killed live
young foxes, two rattleuiaker, Flow.
two fawns, and went back iomo and
gavo. birth to t im.-,'-;//.mb< I/datn
A good mother ws:4 try iig to ex-*
pla inl to a young hopw bil i I towin he
othler day aboutt fightintg against the
devil. After telling the little fellowr
who the devil was, anl how hard it
was to successfully resist. he turned
around and said "-. l aM ,nua, I'd be
scared of the old de 1, but. if [ was
to coio across ote of tho little deviI
I'd kuook the stufling out of hiM.
'No, i, the intert of our dis~ctltein
maido gl orious," by ourn I houa~es bin g
tmado watrm antd coinfortable, hi aivlgse
etured good Doors. Fan.hes r.nd iine,
ie'ces fromt thet Great $0outIher i iieriis'
fromi fauhity dloors antd1 t brkeni Satshe.. & i,
we say order at one t romi M leSstI 1. II.
HallI & Co., Charleston, S. C. HTer are
also Agents for Asbestos' Ioolitnt', Febt.
parlt icutlatry dlesirabile fort rootfs. ot all
Th'l Purett a1tntd Sweieitest ('odt.hirer oil
is ll azarids *A Casiwell's, :mae othe se
.shlore, trom. fresh s'ee cd livers, byt Ca
well, 11lazard & Co., New Y ork. 1I is n,
solutely purle antd sweiet. Patints whot
hmave on cie lken it prefert it to atll o ters.
Phlysici ans have decidedi it supeiorat) to anty
of theo o t her oils inr inarket.
N EW A DVERT)IIS0ErtS.
R.A MI1Ean rnt bty mail for' '?ne that
rotIeil riutick for $10. it- iL. YdLCOTr,
181 Chathamu Squtare, N. Y.
(l9lrings you free ley mail the very best
El~L~STIC ilUS'S ' Write at
otnce to P'oxxatY & Co., 744 Uroadway,
Th'Ue Magic Combs Sent by mail to
any one for $1. Will chlange any colored
hair to a permanent black or brown and
contains nd poison. Trade suipplied at
low rates. Address, MAGIC COMB CO.,
Knainit, Kuent & Kurious
Is tihe nu'itable book wo give to alt. uill
of facts, figutrest and fimn, t'-i paiges. i)
pictutr es. Mmiled form tw sinop11s. Atd
tress 0. DL~ACKtIE & C0., 74t0 Broadway,
AGE1h 1S WANTED FOR THE
or TIl. U'NITHn tTATl'.
Showing tho gigamntie results of the
irst 100 years of the republlic. A bo~ok
svery botdy wantIs. Send for cirenlar. Ad.i
iress Ziegler & Mof urdy, 518 Arch St.
00UiC1i8, CDlI) J110 A RSENESS,
AND ALL Tu'l oATi flsA EIs,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
PUT UtP oNLY IN n.UE: II )IS.
A. TILED AND SUIRE REMEDY.
Sold by alt Druggiats.
Agens Wttd en ot~ainfogue u
Doinestie Suwing Machtino Co.
Tho lighest Medical Authorities oi
"Aurope saty the etrougest 'lonio, Pu1trlit
iud Deubstruent known to the iedica
[t arrests decay of vital forces, exhiallstiot:
>f ie nervouis sysein, restore11 vigor t(
he delibitatel, oleines; vitiated. blood
comoves vesioles, obstructiotts and noti
lirectly on I lie livor and1 Suleen. I'rico $1
I bottle. John Q. FI.LLOUO, 18 Plat
St., N. V.
ki No. .17.9
S SMITHMFELDsi PTTStUGH PA.
=1cUcc'ch-_oiin -,hot GU:ns $10 to $p01
Double shot (nns, $8 to $150. 8ingl
LGiins. v t '.. 1 q11bs, 8 to 875 lie
vo ver j. l to $2;5. Pistols, ql to $3
['nn1 .\bititrinil, l'i-ihing Tneckte. Lar11geidis
nntli 14) D)e.11ers or C!ibl:. Army Guns
llovolycrS, ci., bought or traded for
Uoo1. sont by eypres'es .. 1). to be cx
mnined before id for.
f20 SA V fD.
l'o t ifill, irgent ti lOa oflte timnes i14
FLUI:ENIE XImIhJ 1i1ACIlNE CII,
haVe dleter-Iluined to)
'110 Wtilher(IL;iCa r M-l1 ti cir '770 Mlachinl
ror S50, nnll Wther ityles ia proportion,
is tho only Sewing .\ljahinIe that fect eIds
work backward and fovward'. or to righ
Jin1 left, is tile purcleaseir tay prol cr. I
hnls been greatly improved and diniplitoi
nuil is far bet ter I him any ot her iitachim
in tho maklet.
. JT IS NOW THE OHEAPEST,
klorence, Mlass., Nov. .L'73. jig nt
cures llt In nio rsi from W ho worst serof.
11la 4) a colitilnet R1lotela or Pimplo,
From two le) .ix bottlei 110 warrantel (c
curm Stilt 1C141at or Tet' Pitille
oil iace, VotiNs, Erymipliitim inej
Itver coin iittii. *I.x to twelvo bot.
ties, warraoteil 1t) tIlro Scroiftalottii
S4we.1ti naela Noreia :nt all sI in 111n(i
i11ild Dimascies. U:w i1. woilertill
.P"e-torni1 propth it wiN ll ('1r1- the most
,4ov4er reint or 1 Illjt' 1lilerCig Clotiglia in hail
t lille requi4 r 1ehv f yC otheir ineicinio
il I l'iieLrfeetiv r , 1 lo ning coo,-, it, foot- I
ng tr1 :tlin, "11141 14lieving114 e14p :. 414
hv h vllryei- t. ,y, pyr:dtCR
llorhda DLi pi. 1'ary, .LOm ), $.L
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ai1'ieI 1' 4rI.,h tile ' il 'I1li.' art
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:1 ih :0 C lil it' h . , . unite 21
:itil-iI.: :' .4 i' :ie l illof ler 1ubsig 4g
;lIe cth4 ,;2i.< (Ile :-ystela. 'Th i' i :
:il irt. at 1h10 - 1al 4in 44 a , f u n w l
Il4 U te' 4 , V h% th Iil w0k o t Iwo
m4e.dicin1es a l d I i: 11ch ' -Ier 1han ilt
Iwe44 w .imw -, i 1.or 4 1th e move It, ibe i
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bei22 -th .y .2 e i t ililj , II :
ei r.'lt ) P ~i ll :.e n 42lit wo i.' )Ifu lI n 4n
wih ut wtle. e 44kenigith:l hy.m v
1 oiou 4114:22 ie;i.m h thi!d befoit Iiiu.
convened iia fluid, :ani1 11hu2 on!.et~s im.
4,4e bC l :2u:' 2444 ' 1;;111im , si~lL'li, s
411,' hi/tt1tei excelb medin, wh~tt ib
s arelt Worn.-; rr.ved h cmie.
heruii.d nLL O
6HALE mSTOA. N. Y
veri Couienteni, nconstiationo Acmitin
f roo, ii or yeoach, Wate 1rsh,
ve. year.- inetI 4.r in t1' cr h J ia'a
b2t ina e as . l S1~lob n u. ..t ee
.ll Y.C rulr aie n p le in
A Boarding and Day School for Young
MRS. E.11. E.MoORE,..
MISS SALLIE ROBINSON, I Principals
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Hon. W. Rt. RoibURTsoN, Prosidet.
Col. J. It. Rios4, I. 1. ErI.LtOTT,eq.
Capt. JAS. ILA-rY Capt. S. B. CLOWNEY,
J. B. McCA.sm, Esq.. o. HI. MOMAsTER.
TL110ls OF TUITION.
For higher brauphes, inoluling tle
languages, per aessi, . $2.
For itlermediiato classes, per ses%
For primary classes, per seasion, $12.
Misie, per session, $20.
lloalrdiffig, perI month1,1, inlcluilng washj-.
ing. ruiel anjtd ligh.1s, por monith0-, . 1(.
Terms of paynctt-quarterly in advance
CllZENS' SAVINUS UANKId
D0eposits or $i 111 Upwuikrl. RecIvCed.
INT RS ,' A L T0; WED A?' 7I7 A' R. I TE'
01J1.VEN I'I ClVI7. I'h'I A NN U JJ
ON (?AJ7'I'II 7'I. 01"' D1'UOSIT
Al N/; SI.X 1'R vL CAIN'T. Coil'0 LINI).
BD Dl i lY lX 3 l17 iI.&IS 01V AC
0 F F I C e Rt S.
1%0m. llar'(in, President.
John 11. Palmer, Vice-President.
I A. G. liretnizer, Cashier.
J. HI. Sowyer. in general charge.
Johu 0. D. Smith, AssistaL Cashier.
Watde ltmpln. Willi am Martin, A. C.
l1inskell, F. W. Mc.\aster. E. 11. lleinitsil
Johin 11. Palimer, 'Thomas E. Gregg,
(J. T. Scott, Noewherry.
\v. N.liye,, \ewierry.
11. 11. lllldgeO, Charlesion01.
ilid IILVele, Jr, Charleston,
Samti'l Bi. Clownev, As.istant Cadle.
Plantlers, .\le".hanlies, and Profe_-ssiona12l
ANi, Widlowsi, Oiphans11. Trustees andt
Cn1y (lievs. haing mon111ey ofor whIich
theI.y ha1ve nO pr*eenl use, Canl here de~posit
it. thus a oiditing all risks of' thefts nud
oIestuelin by lire, and aI tile am titte
dri w iitere:,1 ilii ther-t till uevded.
i THE GREAT REMEDY FOR
which can be cured by a,
timely resort to this stand
ard preparation, as has been
proved by the hundreds of
testimonials received by the
pprietors. It is acknowi
edged by many prominent
phlysicianls to be the most
,reliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
andl is offered to the public,
sanctioned by the experience
of over forty years. 'When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, Whooping Cough,
5Lifluenza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the.Lungs, &c. 'Wistar's
Balsam does not dry up a
Cough, and leave the cause
behind, as is the case with
most pr'eparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
BE~TE W. FOWLB & 80NS, Boston,' Na.0
.Andt soid by Druggists and Dolregnrlly
LIFE INSURANCE CO,,
H on. Jefnbrson Ddais, Pres't,
Geni. W'ade H~ampton, Vice Precs't.
J. D. EElNNEDY,Staeo Agent,
ranly 1- ly Lou'n Aget'l
B0os aR EShoes,
\A N elegant lot of' Boots andI Shoes just
.L~ received fromt T. Mles & Son.
I ~ ~ 'McMASTEl & Blh11CJ
To the Planters and Far
m ers of South Carolina.
T [ilE subscriber respecttilly invites
your attentiou to a Porti abe 'nk
allu straight rail fotee, which he cotitbeni
ly believes solves the Pence Questla,
win slinco the chnianage of 0our. labor systeit
is now the question of' (ho han.
This fenco is one of iusquetionir.crit
so proclaimel by all who Ilv evaiined
or lsed it. With neairly ON-: 1iALF blcS
HAM S, the unsightly roktl tfenco u:I
be conveted, vitli asiali ct, into :a sub
tstunt ial, duirable e':. ialhout thie 11.4e of'
now rails. It is ail noineimo--enii hao
tapitly consiructc. P aterly cosant ed
it, is prool' against tinruly ocit' wind t'
110ood, uni wili bntiz ( n yvar:-, i. :ot
longer, without ropnir. NI; pirt 10, the
Venice need louchll dh rinll. thtquils :n.
post-holes, no ' ire, no 1.aring ot' rtlat'ris
'lhi f eIti i hut beeni in use in I h - F4a1es
of New York and M11iki-ippi, ani in every
inlsltallnoo hias lalore tha 111et tlie nit.o s:l11.
gui.C expeci ltt0U:3 LI. thu in110 t praelint
This feic W.as p.e-ie.1 1e eo. R.
Clako alit (Io., of New I'k i. 'l 7. 'I' ;
tindersignied ihas ntichr i I the eailire in
itrest of tlie pateatevs f'or lt N 4e 1t
So thli ll ti ait, alil4l i- pt t i; t s il
C(:iixN'XY AND FAl"Mt ;;hlT'.- b
saie. These wI'll be svt M n L ,-.3jl:.b le
Over the n:;ltly ptOputie ni of the
llev, John 11. Slune, it has (et flu i' g
1t. It is vliate.. beenase 1 1i;
"'Air ,ine Fence," it tia.h s ls ils.
ilecaulse, having 1o Wire and IL11i .I -hle I
pay for, it will save in wtual ei t ti r
than double the oost of f'arm liigihts ont tly
2ud. Ist anmore tlurable. lavingat nf)
post in the grouni, it c'flaot rol off.
Every rail being clear or the gratia , .i
enpls. it from she samne <iitl''.: t .
Being th-mly hunve,. it !:.r4g o .i
lance to St - k. Winl (.1. fltml.
i d. i ritg po I Ible, i; is Ia orl,- OnI ve iua
pottunit i 4 lier-1 -d 11) ina.u clnwy ill Illw
plrcllI:Qa ta1t' Iioolty ll;git. Co: te-; 4ill.
tiile e solicited. A : a-%
(G. Ii. 1U) 0 SN
N. B .\s I wil he .- ci fia .m i st , it
uitf l tIle 1-1 (11 N'0 tn I m -I'. I' rt i,. 114
fur-therinliolinnaion1 wV .111n~n W11:h
itE -:Illisonl. Agent[ Cor Fairlieh('l Ci -
sep 27 ia
WATFRS' JONCERTO PARLOR ORGANS
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a ive Augusta, at :10~ a mt
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if' v NtiCharloe tut ar a lil ap tti
t''y Wilnt nf'boto,
J. M. R. MOORE & CO.
NEXT DOOR TO
John c. Squifer & Co.
U OTs', SlOES, HATS AN]
A '.no lot of chewinlig toineo ( ai
Cigars conceted by all1 to
be the bIe.t in TO WN.
CA1, A N) JXAMINE FOI
Y)UJ.RSE LV ES.
amanl-,~~ .u e . .re ar. . nr.a.s..y.
1.11: ks, Tal ies. 1*,ok~ 11arli,-rw us
","US Pn ,to . F.eSk, cols. C ar
- "s , - L a Ionnges., Elf ageres
kM ,a collferl 814ols. Biookkeeper:
P . Cribs 1i i eilea s of lhe Very bev.c
' i lr Isig I ald W .kk nt1 4
u ne It uald, iw)h.ich I ir -fn't (~.'u l hia anl,
Cha.ie in Praices. .S:aveyour frigh~1t. bill
by3 buying~~ at Oi.-l'.
1)1 "ill styh- Ii. Il le of. halrd .8outhe, r
It indian warirantied to give entiire sat is
factioni. Use eonoiniy and1: buy the best
Woveni Wire Mattresses
'TAll .\ viIIllL~ la Ii 3ro Ifiio. They ari
coifoale)0)4, dura ~ Cble (s i c and cleanly~
A1 Nb I lrir TIp Alat t re:-ses. Our prices ar
beyon id C-iiupet it ion cfT the the saino <itali
3)rror and P';Ielures for ale.
F hi r iIIi'ueai ly Repaired at, odorat
Dre. Pit ure Iramsc miade to rdeor
undial s fuirnishied
1 Car load white wite seet
I Car load b~lack winter see
Red Rust Prioof.
Chioice I fHt3s,
Seed 1Rye,0 whiite and11 led ~CC
100 D OZ EN EGG aS
A LOTr OF FRtESHL BUTTER
AT R, J. McCARLETy',
we now offer our Stock of
Dry G oods
Bots ad Shoes,
T. CUe 43 -: TP. Ar..
:P ]K 1 O ~B] S
Special attention called to one
Lot of Shawls.ioffored at COST!
One Lot of Cloaks oicred at
c(S' I Ono Lot ot Glothin,
conshist ng of I Iaidsoe Cassi
r -* ., 1aney (assiut nj c
PA t. J an i Blck Cloth Coats.
TO CASH CUSTOMERS
WODWAllD & LAW.
. nov 1
IS NOW COMPLETE.
Oin1g to the .financial Strin
geni cy ve will sell our
GOODS at the low
est iices for
iNOW IS YOUR TIME
YfE CASII BUYERS.
OUR STOCK EMBRACES
D Irss Goods of all kinds;
Bleached and Broa 'Io nc.
spuns. Ready made
Boots Shoes, H~ats andl
JOHN C.-S3QUIERt & CO.
DONT ASK FOR CREDIT.h
Pay tie CASH and buy
oiA have closedour Bd0oks.
SAll persons .indeptcd il US]
como forwvard and settle a,
* J. . SQUiER & CO.
La ts w rceiving the largest, amd
BOOTS A SHOES:
they hiavaever had, and are now
prepaired to adinte
We always aim at buyitig good OACJ
and bellovo that those who flavor
US With a trial 'will
realizo the fact.
McvLaudiu & Ci