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W. W.'F. BRIGHT, EmDTon.
NOTIOE TO APPLICANTS.
The regular examination of applicant. for
Teacher's certificates of qualifcation, for
Pickena county, vill bo held at Pickens
0. H., on Fridy ~ay, April 20
licants will be examined on Spelling,
Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, ECnglish
Grammar, Geograghy, Uistory, Physiology
and Hygiene, and Theory and Practices.
The follawing will, in all probability be
added by the Statelloard for the highest
Algebra, Drawing, Civil Government,
Elementary Agriculture, EleNmentary
Ethica, autd Elementary voca Music.
By a recent Act the life of a iirst grade
cortiflcate will be for five years instead o
two as heretofore.
The examination will he held by numbers.
Only those who wish toobtatin certilentes
will be expected.
By order @l State Superintendent of Ed*
W. W. F. BaIoUr,
A new department is likely to
be added to the Teacher's Associa
tion at Spartanburg in July. It
will, in all probability be called
the Department of County School
Supervision. It will be composed
of County School Commissioners.
It is a move in the right direction,
and should have had an existenco
for the last twonty years or more.
There should bo a great variety in
methods of conducting a reading
recitation. Hero a few suggestions,
each designed for occasional prac
Lot one pupil read the entire los
Let the entiro hour be devoted
to reading, without one word. of
criticism, each pupil reading, for
three or five minutos. This, of
course, pres-upposos that they are
reading from a single story, biog
raphy, history, etc. It is a good
thing for thon to road a week with- t
out a single criticism on the part of t
teacher or pupil. They will learn d
to read by reading. r
It is well to havo each pupil read
but a singlo sentonco, considering
himself rosponsiblo for giving the
inflection and spirit noccessary
for the good undorqtanding of the
Have each pupil read to the noxt
plullctuation marik leaving the in
flection just ri'lht for the next
Give one pulpii a shorilt, completo i
siplo)1 soleeflion, ''nt1.irely nowv to r
him and ftee. Le(t~t him road t
thuis silenltly. anid ihe tell ,4 the
Chail about it. .\ lh b I !u h l a. t
TmIn lge mMa. of recitahtons
it i.s well to hatv( absolutely no
reading aloud. Have the recita.
tions consist of a study of the c
thought of the author, noting mn
emphasis, inflectiovn, etc., at dif
forent points. 1
.Have the pupils sit while read- 8
Sometimes have each pupil t
stand by his desk while reading. t
Sometimes have the entire
class stand by their seats during (
the entire reading exercise.
Sometimes select in advance
those who are to read and have t
them sit upon the platform dun
ing the exercise, and read sitting.
Sometimes have one pupil read
a long selection, going before the
class indopendently, with courtesy
and gesture if needed, and read
Have some sigh t reading.
Have some of the lessons hon
estly studied, with hard werk put
into their preparation.
Have several successive lesson,
studied, earnoastly studied for time'
emphasis, stress emphasis, etc.,
.Have some lessons studied for
There must '>e great variety of
We haur no sympathy with the
Sentimentality that would banish
the higher grade reading books.
They were never more needed, but
they should be used occasionally,
not abused continually.
The world has no use to-day for
the old-fashioned reading from the
school reader in the same way day
after day throughout the year.
Wo'.m WinthLrop in Edlucational
BP~~L~q~ &bt RTHOEPY
some wonn~a c ~NU1~
As a rule people who know ont
a little latin prefer to speak th
little according to the so-called cog
tinontal or Roman mnothod, prol
bly because they think it soun,
more dietingue than the plain Eni
lish method. A smattering of La
tin and a native tendency to a
Oistion of word like the following%
pro rata, aurora borealis,
posse comitatus, seriatim,
alma mater. mendacious,
status, laver, foramen,
Did yor pronounce the whole
list? Now pronounce them again,
souniding the penultimate a like
bho a in potato. You think this is
not right? Very well; look in the
In your own speech and in the
training of your pupils be e8peci
ally careful of the pronunciation
of short o and of r. A writer in the
Atlantic for September says of Ed
w n Booth (whose pronunciation
was well night perfect), "Two of
the finest points of excellence in
Mr. Booth's pronunciation were the
)ffortless distinctness of his deliv
ery of tha letter r, and the delicat(
purity of tone with which he al
ways sounded our short o. Both
these points are worth nothing; for
New Englanders appear to be ab
solutely incapable of the former,
and as for tho short o, it seons
quiot to have disappeared from the
speech of large sections of the
West and South, being replaced by
the sound of aw or of a in 'partner,'
with hideous result.."-Ez.
The tendency is very strong for
i grade teacher to think that
he need know nothing but the
'acts to be acquired in her own
irade. But she should remember
hat her own grade is only a situa
ion on the high-way to learning
ud life.-Dr. Charlcs Afnrra.y.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kingsbury, in
ho Woman's Journal, discussed
lie question, why some women
o not marry. She thinks ono
eason is because of the financial
ituation in which many wives
re kept. She says:
I very recently overheard one
dy say to another. "Before I
ras married I taught school and
ad money to spend as I pleased.
ow I have to ask for every
ickel I get!" And thus it is
rith many 8hop girls and house
irvants and in many other in
utrial departments. By mar
ying they place themselves in
im0 positionl of beggars, often
oupelled to ask, sometimes to
ajole or plead for what is right
Llly their; too often, alas! to
e refused even then.
Mr. Carter, a pious minister, once
oming softly behind a religious
1an of his own acquaintance, who
ra busily employed in tanining a
ide, and giving him a tap on the
houlder, the man started, looked
ohind, and with a blushing coun
enance said, "Sir, I am ashamed
hat yeu should find me thus." To
hom Mr. Carter replied, "Lot
Jhrist, when ho cometh, find me so
lomng. "What," said the man,
doing thus?" Yes," said Mr. Car
or, "faithfully performing the du
ios of my calling.
Hero is a great truth well told by
a noted physicians: Fear is prob
ably the worst malady we "have to
fight. We cannot fight it with
medicine. "when it once takes
firm hold of a patient, the thing to
do is to work upon the imagination
and he who cando this most suc
esefully is the greatest physician."
It is also true that hope is the med
icine, and whoever can insepire the
patient with hope-expected in
consumption-has wrought half a
Christ showed his religon to the
multitudes so clearly, so convin
cingly by his holy life, that they
could see and feel it. "Ye are my
witnesses," "Let your light sc
Before getting married, a masi
should cultivate an appetite foi
warmed-over t h in g S. anda
woman, a liking for made-ovei
The ladies of Kentucky wani
congress to impeach Breckin
ridge. If not they will make I
hot tor him in the next cair
Scratch yourself with your ow
nails; always do your own busins
and when you intend asking for
.service go to a person who can aj
Is '**%te your merit.
g- A vvume ma takes a step at a tikn
,t. he establsh ~bfoeI
out of employment, or inl
a position that you do not
like? Possibly the solic- I
0 iting of Life Insurance is i
I your special forte. Many
I ople have, after trial,
i en surprised at their:
I fitness for it. To all such 1
iit has proved a most con
genial and profitable occu
I pation. The Management
| Equitable Life
in the Department of the
Carolinas, desires to add
to its force, some agents
0 of character and ability.
Write for information.
W J. Roddey, maaj
Rock till, &. C.
PICKNNS C. B., 8. C., January 27, 1894
To THE PUBLIC:
For the benefit of those that are suffer.
ing with Carcer or Tumors, I will give
you a statement of my case. About
three yeare ago last Spring I noticei a
small lump in my nose and I soon became
alarmed and consulted , Ooctor and he
prodounced it a Tumor 6ud treated it as
such, but afterwards it bursted. I then
consulted Dr Wilkinsun at Greenville,
and lie troated it awhileand he pronounc
ed it nell; but in about six months it
came back again, and oi the 80th day of
November, last.. I enimmenced the use of
W. V. IIOLDEN'S MED)ICINE,
and in THIRTEEN DAYS the Tumor or Can
cer oiei out leaving a simple sore to
heal, whieh henled up nicely in a short
time, and it- appears now to be sound
and well. The MEDICINE is superier to
any thing I have ever used.
JAMES E. COX.
The foregoing statement re.arding the
cure of J. E. Cox's tumor or cancer is
correct. J. Ii. (. McDANIEL, S. P. C.
For the Merchant that gives you
more Goods for your money thnn I
will. Just notice the following pri
Youth's Suits at *3.74
Do. do 4.75
Do. do 5.50
Men's do 4.75
Do. do 6.60
Do. . do 7.00
and u) >*o 15.00.
Coffee 10 pounds to the dollar.
Cotton Checks 41 o. by the bolt.
3-4 Shirting 41c. " * a
Prints,~ all styles, from 4 1-2 to 6o.
all colors 7c.
Good Brogan Shoes 76 cente-oth
er Shoes in proportion.
A lot of Shoes, small and large
Nos., at cost.
Childrens course shoes 12t cents
Jeans at 18, 20, 24 and 30 cents.
Can't be boat at the price.
1 will buy your lint Cotton, Seed
Cotton, and Cotton Seed, at market
prices. Also, dry or green Hides.
Mr. C. H*. Parkins and Richard T.
Hallum, are now with me, and will
be glad to meet their friends.
J. RI. Brown
LIberty, 8. C., Oct. 12, 1803.
.costs only $2.00 per 10' square fee1
Makes a good rvoof for yearsi and any
one oall ut it on.
GUM-iCLarlo PAINT cost only 8(
Scenta e gal. in bbl. lots, or $4.5(
S for 5' a. tube. Qolor dark red
a Will sto leaks In tin or Iron roofs
.and will last for yeats. Trat rr.
Sqnd stampls for aples and ful
0 T$egg hAssIT W4yg.
Is TZM ..45.:Dm~
All other stoves have tak
en a back seat.
Call and eee our Bargain Cuinter, in
COX & SEIGLER,
134 Main Street,
GREVNVIiLLE, - -- . c.
T. H. KTALL, Manager.
Jan. 25, 94-tt.
GA.RD N 19EED 1
I&- are now open.
BUIST'S SEED have proven them.
selven to be 'mrE DES and we guarantee
to BELL NO O1LD: SEED.
Xanion House Drug Store.
GREENVILLE, 9. C.
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00OURIER,, Charkston, 8. C. May 4.
W. C. BRAMLETT$
Which will certainly go cheap for tb
Cash. It will be to your interest t
see my G~oods and get prices.
A good BUGGY and ONE-HOnS
WAGON, Will be sold at a bargain.
A lotof 8HIRTS to be sold at
sacrifice, from 25 cents to 75 cents.
Of all kinds, always on hand, wi
be sold at the smallest profit.
se- Call ear'ly, and call often, an
see if I havn't got something yc
W. CI. Bramlett.
Mvrchi 1, 1894.
NEW YORK RACKE SIORI
Lace Embroidery, cheapf
Fancy Dress Goods, at a
grades and prices.
Black Lawns, all prices.
Dimiity Stripes, all kinds.
Calicoes, all kinds, 5 Oefl
Good tNilk Mitts, -10 to 25
Look at our 25 cent Col*
it is a beauty for yA cents.
If yoeu vnt ~ o~ n?
the lowesti 1frtdas
When in tant of NL.OUJ
call and anOanae
2 IVR CEOT BELOW FIRST COST!
Now is the time to buy Clothing
for your Boys. Can g.ve you a
No, 1 Suit for $1.50!
Call, get prices and be convinced.
J* C. ROGERS.
At Lindsay Walker Stand.
No. 90 Main St., Greenville, S. C.
Feb. 15, 1894.
We can, and will save you from
10 to 25 per cent. on all grades in
Sever purchase anything in our line
until you get our prices, and a visit
to our Store will convince you that
Heedquarters for Goods
In our line. See our 65c and *1.0C
Cash paid or HIDEs, BRESWAX '
Gower & Goodlett,
No. 102 Main Street,
GREERVILLE, o. C,
~ E have justI .ecelve. orar STO('1
WOF GOODS f'ot the pres. n
sason, which we offer at the Iowes
We keep constantly on handI
good supply or
BACON, FLOUR, !4UGARS. COFFEES.
IIOLANSes, P'EAS, HATH,
Alsio, FARMER$' TOOLS, and ever:
hing needed for Farming puarposes.
A G. WYATT
ir You Want Anything
a gg-CALL ON ME.
U I KEEP
Dry Coods, Notloni
Boots, Shoes, Gro
and a full line
of Farm pup
UI can give you a low figure 4
Flour and Farming Implements.
JonN 0. KAY is with me and w
be pleaseid to have his friends call
J. E. tWId4N80,
t, E~sley, 8. C., Feb. 8. 94-ly.
i200 Cords of good Tan Bar)
To be dehvyered this Spring and Sur
mer. The bark must be 'sell tak4
iare of. Will es csh on deliver
A yto O R~ & GOODLET
4..... ..Genile .
IS~h s IM
.,L. DOUCLAS Shoes are
sa t cion at the prices advertised than an
vinced. The stamping of W. L. Dougl
uarantees their value, saves thousands of
.ealers who push the sale of W. L. Dou
ncrease the sales on their full line of gooi
ad wne~ bele mone sab bin
W T. McFALL
F. B. MOROA
ELKHART CARRIAGE a
. $11.00 014.0 SM41Wei"
4.e par relp i
nglg thae thA yesi
WOto HOder frou?
x n me Wea take
I pig. WHOLESAI
S1pring Wagons, *3
saine as sell torl5to 68.5
No. 8. Surrey Barneus. 037.50 a solr to
to $100. Farm Wa
*31'L5 Carts*B CYi FaIr
No.7184. Top Duggy. Manurac.
8 pecent. oW frcs
sta nye to pay poao 4
No. 4. :1 Wagon* Address W. B. P1
Richmond and Danville Railroad.
SAMUEL SPENcRl, F. W. IUIDEKOPER ANI
REUBEN FOSTER, RECEIVERS.
ATLANTA & CHARLOTTE AIR-LINE
Condensed Schedule of Passenger Trains,
In Effect Dece'ber 24 1893.
NORTHBOUND. .Yes.Limn FastMtail.
Easte rn Timeo. INo. 38. No. 36. INo. 12
I Daily. Daily. IDaily.
Lv Atlanta c.T. 12.00 n'n 5.15 p.m. 8.50ami
"Norcross, 6.55 p.m. 10.39amx
* Suwanc, 11.01ac1
"fBuford, 7.26 p.m. 11.13ar
"Flowery Br. 7.37 p.m. 11.26ar
" Gainesville, 2.22 p. m 7.5 p.m. 12.12pr
g' Lula, 8.15 p.m. 12.35pr
" Belton 1.00pr
'Mt. Airy, 8.42 p.m. 2.09pr
"Tocc~oa. 9.08 p.m. 2.31pr
" Westminster 9.43 p.m. 3.10pr
" Seneca .10.00 p.m. 3.05pr
"Centraf, 10.28 p.m. 3.32pr
'9 Easleys 10.65 p.m. 3.40pr
" Greenville, 6.30 p in 11.16 p.m. 4.10pa
" Greer's, 11.43 p.m. 4.37pi
" Spartanburg 6.22p.nm 12.15 a.m. r5.22pi
" Clifton -. 5.38pi
" Cowpens 5.43p)1
" Gatneys 1.0.3 a.m. 6.07pi
" Blacksburg, 7.11 p.m 1.19 a.mn. 6.26ipi
" Grover, 1.46 a1.m). 6.55p1
'King's Mo. 2.07 n.m. 7.21p1
' Gastonia, 7.35p9
' BelilmOnt. 2.27 a.nm. 7.45p:
Ar Charlotte. 8.29 p.m 2.50 a.m.1 8.10p:
Ves.Limn Fast Ma'i.
Souvrunomieo. jNo. 37. [No. 35. No. 11
Daily. Daily. paily
Lv. Chariote, 9.35 a.m 10.50 p.fm. 12,001n
" Lowell 1.7
"King's iAio- .3
af 1s.rg 10.48 ajm'12.05 a. m. 1.47 p;
*" Gffnys,12.59a.mn. 2.07p
" Cllfto', -2.38p1
" 8arta abnrg 11.37 a.in 1257a. m. 3.00p:
" Grecny: 10, 12.28 p.m 1.52a.mn. 4.05p:
"Central, 2.40 a.mi. 6.201):
" Seneca, 3.01an.m. 5.45p:
" Westminstenr 6.03p:
"Toccon, 3.49a.m. 6.36i
"Mt. Airy, 7-20p:
"Lula, 44am .2
1" Gaineaiville, 3.2'.ip.mn 4.59 a.im. 8.19p
"Flowery Br. . 8.40p:
" uwanee, -0-7
Ar Atlanta E.T., 4.55 p i. 6.20a.ml. 10.151p
Additional trains $os 11 and(1 fa~or
lia accomman1~tion, dlaily except CorlI
leaves Atlanta 4 00 p m, arrvvesllar6.1
8,15 p mn. Returnin , loavesCrnil6.
a mn arrives Atant ifun a *n leave A
R turng leae Cornolia 8r 00a. mn. Arriv
ADeatwen Tecol and Elberton-Nos ii
and 9, daily, except Sunday, leave Tocco
7 00 a in and 1 40 p mn arrive Elberton 10 f
~a in and 4 20 p mn. Returning, Nos 62 an
132daily except Sunday, leave Elberton 1 1
p m and 7 30a mn arrive Toccoa 5 30 p
and 10.25 a mn.
Pullman Car Service: Nos .35and 36, Riel
mnopd and Danville Fast Mall, Pulmna:
Sleeper between Atlanta and Now York.
rnNos 37 and 38---Washington and South:
western Vestibuled Limited, between Noe
York and New Orleans. Through Pullma:
Sleepers between New York and New Oi
leans, and WVashin gton anad Memphis, vi
Atlanta and Birm inghmam.
Noel 11 and 12, Pa.limnan Sleeping Car 1)4
tween Richmond D~anvilloeand Grenebort
-For- etailed information as to loi 41in
throuh time tables, rates .and Vltaa
Sieplg-car reservation, confer with -1oe0
WA.' TURK. S.8.JHARPWICK,
SGen'I Pass. Ag't, As,'t eeasl passAg'1
WAhsu:NGTON, D. C. ATLANTA, GA.
'J. A. DODSON, Supt., Atlanta, Ga.
VW. H. ORBESN, 'O 80T AAS,
(#rnl Itgr., Traffie Manager,.
WASglIteT9?, D, 0. W aQ~W90F, P, 4
5, 44 and'83.80 Dress Shoe.
.80 090o Shoe, Soles.
62. 0A 2fAr Woklngmen.
*a and I.f-7 for Boys.
SAD AND MISSES,
88, 2.o Si, $1.78
.g9 le", It dealet
oe says h e b hern1
-o dw as a od,
stylish, easy fitting, and gie better
y other make. Try one pair and be con.
as' name and price on the bottom, which
dollars annually to those who wear them.
glaa Shoes gain customers, which helps to
S. They can afford to sell at a le profit,
'tsag all our footwear of th. dealer avep.
on. W. . DoUGLAs, Drookte.. aRI.
,Picken S. C.
! Centraf, S. c.
Rd HARNESS MFA. CO.
!nes fo 1 yeats.
.' r'o'r' a e ta e
Uth y f no t s ac
.. Why pay an agontlo
rite your own ordor.
all rck of damage in
1 to $50. Ouarantc No. 481, 8urey.
Burro 8$85 to $100
gos n ttes.
to* No. 27, Road WANn.
I50 to . -
8 and FLY NETS. Elkhnrt Riceio 2Sin.wheets
with order. send 4*. In iiiIottinitic tire"'s, OdiIsi
,1% 1 111 -Pnut ful Iloglmc rleci tubing. 0, rol , .
IATT, Sec'y, ELKHART, IND.
Coulibla & Greenville Railroad
samtuel Spencer, F, W.- fluIdbkOper 'and
henben Foster, Receivers.
Condensed Schedule in Effect Dec., 24, 93
Trains run by 75 Meridian Time.
BetweeniCharlestdn, Savannah, Columbia,
7.15am Lv Charleston A r 8.45pi
11.20 " " Columbia " 4.15 "
12.03pn " Alston "3.30am
12.18pi " Pomaria " 3.14am
12.35pmn " Prosperity "2.55am
12.50p1 " New berry " 2.39am
12.54pm1 " !Helena " 2.35an
1.30p) " Chappella " 1.56am
2.18pm1 " Ninety-Six " 1.32am
2.37pm Ar Greenwood Lv 12.35am
2.37pin Lv Greenwood Ar 12.55am
3.00pm " Hodges " 12.35cm
3.2Opm " Donald's " 12.16am
3.35pm " Honca Path '" 12.03am
'3.55pm A r . Belton Lv 11.45am
4.00pm Lv Blelton Ar 11.40am
4.4p " Andersen " 11.15am
5.30pm- Ar Seneca Lv 10.00am
15.50inn Lv Seneca Ar 9.45am
i6.25pmn Ar WValhalla Lv 9.05am11
1 5.15pm Ar Greenville Lv 10.15cm
SBetween Anderson, Blelton and Greenville.
rI 3 08pm Lv Anderson Ar 12 07pmn
11 3 40pn Ar Bielton Lv 11 45am
11 4 00pmn Lv Bolton Ar 11 30cm
11 4 20pm Ar WVillsamnston " 11 ('9am
II 4 26pm " Pelzer " 11 03cm
11 4 40pmi " Piedmont " 10 48cm
n1 11 20pm Ar Greenville Lv 10 15am
a Between Charleston, Jacksonville," Savan
n~ nah, Columbia, Alston cnd Spartanburg.
nn Daily. Daily.
n No'13 Nol14
n 7 15cm Lv Charleston Ar 8 45pm
u 7 00am " JacksonvIlle " 9 00pm
n 11 50ami " Savannah " 4 00pmn
- 5 10pm " - Columbia ." 1 00pmn
S 50pml " Alston " 12 20pm
- 6 44pm " Carlisle ' " 11 261pm
-I 3pm " Santuc " 11 17pm
. 7 10pmn " IUion " 10 59pmu
n 7 30pm " Jonesvilloe 4 10 37pnm
na 7 43pmn " - Pacolt,. , 'l1ipm
n1 8 10pm Ar Spartat' burg Lv 10 00pmn
n1 8 151pm Lv Speainrg Ar 9 55pm
n1 11 20pm Ar Aheville Lv 6 50am
n1 Between Newberry, Clinton cnd Laurenls
n1 Ex Sun Ex Sun
n 'Nol5 Nol6
1 .STATIONS. .
n 11 20amn Lv Columbia Ar 4 151pm
n 1 00pm " Newberry " 12 30pmn
n1 1 r5opm " Gloldville " 11 351pm
u 2 151pm " Clinton " 11 I1pm
n 2 510pm Ar Laurens .Lv 10 40am
n Between Hodges and Abbeville.
SDaily. Daily. -Daily. Daily.
nNo9 No I . No0. Nof2.
S12 pm 3 05pm L Hodges A 2 55pm 1225pm
I pn3 25 nnm" Darau gh '.2 35pmn 12 05pmn
11 I 5pm 8 4Opmn A Abbeyi e( L 2 20pm1) II 50am
na Conneetidas5 via F. C. & P. Railroad.
05Dc1y. Dily. Dacily. Dcaiv.
m No 9, No1 . NoiIO0No I2
12 35am 12 00n'n L Columbia A 3 510pm II 05
4 35amn 4 00pm A Savannah r, II Sutm 7 20
5 9 30am 9) 0011m1 A Ja1cksonvi'e L 7 00am 2 25
Not. 13 ai n i ne Rol Id trains between
Charlescton and walhalla.
Trah~ilis leave Sp)artan bnre, A. & C. i-.
3 visions North b'ounad. 12 15 a. mi., 6. 21 y
at m1., (S22 p. mn.,-(VestIbied Limited):
5 onthhmmtd 1.52 a mn., 3.00 p. m.. 11.87
Ia mn..(Vesti nled Llnited); Westboumd,
5 WV. N. U, DivIsion. 0.20 p mn.. and 3.10 p.
mn , for Ilendersonvlleo, A shevlle.~
. Taaahs leave Greenville A. & C. DivIs
mon Northbonnd, 11.10 p. m., 4.10 pe. mn.,
1and 5 30 p. im., (Vestibutled Limited);
- ouithbouiid. 1,52 a. m., 4.05 p. mn., 12.28
S Trailns leave Seneca, A. & C. tlivlsl0n,
Northbound, 10.00 p. mn., and 2.31 p. mn.;
H onthbboiund, 3.01 t . in.., and 5.45 p. mn.
PULIMAN Can SERVICE.
Pullman Palace -leeping Caron Trralns
35 anud 80, 37iiad 38 o a A. &- 0. DMvi
W 11. (JR AWEN. General Man, DO0.
V. B. McBRE, Gen'i Superintendent
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