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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 September 1869

Foreign Nesw. 1oNDot, September 7. Alexandria despatehles report the utten crops of the interior as excel lent) both as to quality and quantity. ITAVAl, 6eptember 7. The foreign residents, principally Germans, are enlibting in reserve bat-, talioris. Eight hiundred ibsurgents hOrprised and rep uled-600 volunteers near Puerto k rincipe. Reinforce. ments were sent when the Cubans declined to fight. On the 10th of August the insurgents, .several thou sand strong, commanded by Quesada President Cer-pedes being presnt-r. attacked Las Tunas. Two hundred 'nd firty Cubans were killed. The garrison, consisting of 450 troops, lost 100 killed. The fight lasted nine hours. PARIs, September U. An offoial paper pronounces Nupo leon well. It is rumored that the probable eb t'nsion of Serrano's regency gains ground. Many think that the mujority of the ' oeO Imperial will be proclaimed oT his next bitth.day. From Washington. WASINGTON, September 7. Gen. John A. Rawlius, Secretary of r, died at. 10 n...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 September 1869

Woaldt, Fane and Ambition. o BY JOSIE P. CAITON. t l'alk not to no of glillering gold '. gladd.'n thli lilife when lite l heart. is cold, P tho uilvering light Is) line iegal gem %% hich gitans from iliw priele- is olinclean. You ma 1y wreatlie a crowI ot' file tars of V nig:it lvith the purest benins of lhe rain-bow biighti ; 1 Youa mny heap up gold as the desert sarids A i p 1iled by (ie Siinoon, i (lisant iiti 1:115, A khilly word ard a look of love Would be prifed by me all gold abovo. Tall. ntat to mte of Lentty',s inoutid, TO glad-len the lit'7 whenI lie hearL iII Cold, t (l'*:tuigCl inows na id hair frjot, Ot' -yes, where all rays of light are met. o aiay fiLa lion a formaa of boautiy bright A 'hale rival fite golden slar.s o' iglilt, t \ V ill em a ir, I hat a l'eri trite h a.11 laitr it fva'iy to lis liotit of hlie -k 4 imly w r i tl a look of' love be- prizt"I by Sith worth) above. he lite % he I the hetart i:- old, F - .', n ull l gly t gt, 1. 111wn f j.1-wleliv b iht. * ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 September 1869

AI>:.~ , I 01, - - DelpOrtes, Willims & Co.- Propristdrg. A f8 Iy aps o oeloS t h 1tr VOL.111 WINTNSBORO, S. C., WEDX9SD AY 96 NMM ET1AR21d N.1 I Ie il~IELD HERALD 18 I'UJt;jtfl1' WVEtat.y lIy.t lSPORTES. WILLIAMS'& V0. Term,,s.-Tu& IIPRALn is published Week. ly in the Town of Whinsboro, at 93.00 in buareaboly hi advance. 26;y- All transient advertisements to be paid i.n naivan.ce. Obitntry 1'Utides and Tributes $1.6d $i soihtre. #_. _ _ - - - Poetical Extracts. f, Absalom I my son I my son I t His fleecq was while as snow ; Ile stole a pig ani away he run ] To the Bay of Biscay, 01 T'he boy stood on flie'burhing deck, .Slid smoked his pipe of clay, And het his ioney on the bob-Iniled nag, When the moon had gone away. I'm lonely since my mother died Tho ice is round her still- a So I'll peel a btg of taters, 0, With the sword of Bunker ill. it ls tlhe hour -when from I ho boughs I kissed my Polly Ann, So run, Flijah, and hurry up Pomp, Yes, or any otlier man. Oh, what...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 September 1869

THE .TAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, Sept. 22, 1809. lke0poudespWilliams & Co., P"'pg The Mischief of the Uion" Aepudiation Moyoment Exposed. :A clearly ddbfned and thorough realization of the nature of tho State goiernmeot, to wlich, unless we are ready to make the trial of forcible rettiltation, it is our duty, as good citi zcns, toqubpit, and mitoreover, to iin prove it, if we' can,-would convince any candid man, thtt the repudiation mnovement started in Union, is only inisehievous, and must result hi fail ure.Ours is a government of the majority. We do earnestly wish that all sober mon would rofeet upon this indisputable fact., for it involves tre mundouscousequences, and none more cleirly, than) that it is by convincing and persuading the majority actually in power, or by supplanting them, and by those moans aloiie, that any indi vidual or any party can effect any. thing. We admit that a threatening attitude has influence ; but only when it is plain that...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 September 1869

f'rom Washington, AIror, Septembet 14. Internal revenno receipts to-da3 $25,000., The Sabine left Cherburg for is bcn on the 20th. The reported muti. ny is eneiietoded la official lettors. She Revenue -Department forbidi the sale of .iquor froto ordinary stand casks. The Methodist Church, as far a heard from show 150,000 In favor of and 75,000 akjtinst lay representation The estimated September debi 4tatoment shows a deoreeae-of $10,. 000,000 Hoar decii@ ihat" elaims agaiD the Governmenfor dimages to proper ty, caused by operations during the war-instanciug the Dmnville, Lanoas. ier and Nicholas Turn pIke Railroad Company-must be addressed to Con. gress instead of the courts. NVAsl!tNOTON, September 10. Tie Texas election occurs on the 30th of November. 1st, 2d nd 3d ol Decehmb.r. Tho people will vote Only 41t court houses. High authority re-as. ae[W exenIdevo imipartiality betweor parties, and siys G(in. Clark, of 'I exas, I s ineitiW as cicuraite nor as reticent, n he Might be. Fi...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 September 1869

Terrible ind Fital Acoident on the South V-aro)lns 1aU1oad-Two TUves LaNt Thirteen Freight Oars Des tr oye-- put gineer Burnt to Doath. phi Wo are pahied to rod6td a most hor- dou iblo accident, which occurred to the 0r mlIght express It in over tie South Ca- !in rolina Rajilroad ytsterday morning. A ' large tree had fallen across the track str an broken down a portion of the long ch trestle which crosses Congaree swamp, ge a short dstance below Kinsville ; and as it was not observed by ofo engineer, 9 owing to the darkness and mist, the iS locomotive rah into the gap, and to- the gether with a number of freight cars, 801 wan precipitated to the groid. it a '. few minutes, it was found that tiho fire our had been communicated to the cars, I and in a very short time thirtoen freight ma cars, wil.h their valuablo contente, were It tmt*lly destroyed; and mourntul to re- dis fntv ', the engineer, Mr. Sobron Hr hot grove-son In law of our fellow-citizon, life Cnpt. W. 11. Casson-was burn...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 September 1869

]Josportes, Williams & rrlrroreos.: aiy fp~'Dvtdto cee ; Aigqi i- ,~ a U A' ill.]16- WLNNSBOLIO, S.. C., WVED$kbY MORNINSPEBR246.LO1 THi FAIRFIELD HERALD i8 PUBLISHEDI WEEsKLY nY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & GO. Terms.-Tun M(.RALi is published Week ly in the Town or Winnsboro, at 03.00 in vareabl/uiy in iadance. 112"' All transient advertisenats to be iaid in ativance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per equare. Theo Light at Horne. Tle light at honie how bright it benins * Vhen evening shades around us fall; d from the lattige far it glenis, To love, and rest, and confor't all When wearied with the toils of day, And strife for glory, gold or fame, How sweet to seek the quiet. way, Whero loving lips wilPI'Hp our name, Around th 3 light at home. When through the dark and stormy night, 'Ihe wayward wanderer, homeward flies, low cheering Is that twinkling light, Whiol: throughathe forest glootn he spies! It is the light of hoine. lie feels 't'hat loving hearts will greet hii there...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 September 1869

THE :FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. U. Wednesday Morning, Sept. 29, 1869.: Desporios, Wlliams & Co., Props NiggepolR9y po1ned fbr the Phoenix. We 'ldd thint' the rsultsof the election of Grant being now conceded alji prealalped by the Democratic Pross of South Carolina, the so-called )e6ifoorptio party of South Carolina bihs stepped upon the platform of the sodallpd .third party. as advocated by the WVinntboro News, and is in reality a onservative ,Republican party, that clinge, with a delusivo 110po that 1na tional Democratic polities ern aid it, to a name most unpopular with the eighty thousand black voters in the State, who surely cannot be orpectod to show more lntelligence as to names not meaning things, than tho very loaders of Democracy, whon acknowl edging that things havo ohange,1, but insisting that namens should renain. 2. We hold that the anti-radical party (the paper of largest circulation iu the State has suggested tho name, though Vo' would prefer not a noga tivo, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 September 1869

LONDON, September 21. The Spectator says war between Spam and the United States, on the ac count of Cohn, nppeArs like a moral im posisibility ; but it is universally believ ed in just now. Tho war e'ithusiasim there is gatherimg fnst. PAj ia, Septetaber 25. The Constition et denies tle Ga& *s story of a French note to Prussia, that the absorption of Baden will be con. bidered an at of wsir. irou Washington. W.\s ijNTON, 8 -ptem'iber 21. Sccretary Fish is this im.rninig in receipt of a very long and circumstan. tial cable dispatch fiom G enertl D. E. Sickles, our Minister at Marid, recit ing the propoition, or rather the at "aative, made to the Provisional -umeot that they "ell or lose' . a had the effTdt of kindling oat eIC.scutment againbt the IJited Statce, and that the peninsular is aroused as one man to iuAintain the colonial integrity of the kingdo. The C.binet have declined to consider an r uposition at all from the United Ba; Minister in. the promises. Gen. Biokles has b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 29 September 1869

Bioll It Down. Whatev.r you have tol sy, my -friend, Whphor wl.y, or grove, or gay, Condene astuch as ever youqan, Adid iay In the.ea'GieubayV e And whether you write of rural iitaire OP particular things in towh, Just take a word of trietidy tdvle Boll it 4own - For if you go sputlert3g over a page, When a couple of lines would Tour butter Is spread so much, you see, That the bread looks plainly through, So when you have a story to tell, And would like a little renown, To mako quite sure ofyour wish, my friend, Boil it down. When writing an artlote for fle press, Whether proeO or v;rve, jtut try To utter your thoughts in the fewest words, And lot then be crisp anil dry. And when it Is finished, and you suppose It is done exactly brocwn, Just look it over nalu, and (lien Boil it down. For edibors do not like lo prit 'An article lazily lUng, And the general reader does not scar For a couple of yards of song. No gather your wits in tho sinallest space, If you'd win the autlior's crown...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 October 1869

Desportos, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] AFamnily Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry,_Industr.f cj hoau~i I Trs-$.O e nu, nAvn VOL 1. WINNSBORO, S. C64) WEDNESDAY MORN]NOTBR6 89 N.1 FAIRFIELD HERALD 1.4; PU'1' 411 1-:1) W K?.1KIY By DE1P)~id.WI LLIAMS & U Termsli-.-u Kl MA i.n1 is ptilishe.1 Week 13 ink tte Towi of Winsboru, at 9:,00 in tI.u/,ih/ ill adounice. 1 y"All Iranisicut. advertisements to b 11:i inl IIlvalice. Oiiiiiary Notices and Tribues S1.00 pe IQ V Byl'O'S All-sWel to Lord By rl'Ol Far-ewell. In thle whole range10 of' English1 literaltr there is not, in a opinion a priteiodn either in prose or verse. that conilitie withini itse'f more Ieal. out iokel, CarIICs sentimlenit, th1an Lmly Ityronl's reply o0 hel fail brul husbanel., llyron:'s "arewell" wa an icoiiical bidding adieu ((o a Ieart it-it ii htil wanitonly crusil. lut. Lady lIyrou lund, inl clefentling herself fr om his irony "ttlci fihe ables" oil hin Io0sit0cornple ty. lier reply is seathing, na id m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 October 1869

THE .FAIRFIED HERALD t WINNSBOJLO, S. C. 8 -- r Wednesday Morning, Oct. 6, 1869. i Dasportes, Williams & Co., Prop s r - I If;Diroot~d Labor. Tle real pain and distress tlint we t have felt at soeing falso teachings up 1 on industrial supjects promulgated by , A promuin'ent ladicals, Ilogo and Scott, who have great inltuence with I our laborers, is unfeigned and great. To mix theso questions of industry up with politics, when there are so many other issues that exist, and still , others that can be made, that would o subservo party purposets as well, and a even better, is exceedingly unwise,nud N letour remonstrance hO treated as it j may by such as Scott and Ilogp, we b solemlnly aid earnestly remonstrato and protest against a1 courJse oif con duct so injurious to tle Stasc. No o bar should be made, by exciting po- t liteni aiiiinositics and prejudices, to s the intelleot wit hin the State improv- t ing the industry of tho State. [tt is a h noble and sublime, but an exceedingly...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 October 1869

Forelga Naws. SoUTHAMPTON, September 28. Ifon Jefforon Davis sailed on Sat urday, on the steamer Baltimore. HAVANA, September 28. The telegrain regarding Jordan's sur rendor for nonlev, was founded upon oflicial despatelie,. It is ilso reported that the insurgews, near the sugar dis Woets, are treati g fo: a surrender. LIsnoN, Se.ptember 30. Rio Janviro advices confirm the de. fnI.'. of Lopi. I coIst twemv-seven cinno .1n and1 river siitnoer. The lProvis ioal (,m-rinent ati A isunciom have pr' ela i ie fo pr'z an o1 Ia w. LON DON, October 2. The potato crop of Eiigland is be low an average. It is etimated that balf the crop will be encumbered with disease. PARIS, October 2. The lost; by the iBordeaux fire was 10,000,003 francs. VoI;NN October 2. v# The treaty between Austria and China has been duly signed. IAVA NA, October 2. As the barometer indicates a hurri cane, the Captain of the Port has or dered vessels in the harbor to be se curely moored. ............ .0 - 0 % -. From Washi...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 6 October 1869

1en. Robert E. Lee. od bless thee. noble Oeneral God bloss h-ee, lItoburt Lee Our Southern hearts throb warnly now, Once iore ive drenn we're free; Once more our vivid fantcy brings Sweet tuoory's treasured store, Again we tread dcal Wxie's Soil, And fight our bat tles o'er ; Again we proudly, fondly rent Our llveu, our hopes on thee In thought we grasp again our swords, leieolved to die with Lee. 'Tki but dreaminir, uncle Robert Our banner loved Is furled, And of outr glorious st rugglo gotie Scarco thinks afbeeulless world. Our hopes havo gone-.our cau'e forgit, Unsung our myriad dead Anul from our tbosoms yesterday llope's shaitlows c'en tihave led Yet grasping now thy tnoble land, Old Inernories sweet of thee, Arise and speed outr hetsion God bless thee, I1obert Lee I 'iTy good grey head relentless tino lliath silverel whit-r now, Anl pressed his wrinkled signet ott Thy ntotblo 1stitiless brow ; 'I'hy forot Ito howedl-Yet dursi not Steel The lofty, kingly mien, 'I lust slain i-I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 October 1869

De~portes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, _Ikjiry, Industry and Literature [Terms-$ 0er nnum, In Advanc , VOL. i1l WINNSBOROj S. Cs, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER , 1869 NO TI114 FAIRFIELn HERALD 13 PUILITSuK WE.:KKIY n1Y DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & CO. Terim.-Tiug IIRAL) is published Week in the Town of Winnsboro, at 83.00 in. varetxbb. in advance. Mir All transient advertisements to be baid in Aidvafiec. ,Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per Writteii at muy Mother's Grave. The trembling dow-drops fall Upon the shattered flowers like souls at rest ; Tho stars shine gloriously, and all, Save me, is blest. Mother, I lova thy grave ! The violet, with i's blossonis Blitte and mild, Wiaves o'er thy head--when slia I it wave Above thy child ? 'Tis a bright flower, yet must 1tq brightest leaves to the tempest bow Dear mother, 'tis thine emblem-dust Dust is on thy brow And I could love in di-, To leave untasted life's dark,bitter streams, By thee, ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 October 1869

THi :FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Welnesday Morning, Oct. 6, 1809. Desportes, Williams & Co., Props Small Farms Again. A name often holds a deep fallaoy, and the name "small farms" holds oino of the most deceptivo. We think of the farms of old or new England and of Europe. But a small farm in Europe, with a population of over three hundred to the square mile, or in Massachusetts, with a population of near two hundred to the square mile, exists under such d ifferent social conditions from those that surround a suall farm in the South, that we are deceived in reasoning from the one to the other. We believe that such small farms as many talk of, will be a step backwards, and not forwards, beaunse we have not yet a sufficient popula Lion for small farms. A singular rea. son, do you say, reader ? Well, just think It out leisurely, and you will see the sense of it, but whilo think ing it out, don't indulgo in fancies is to what agriculturalists ought to do. Agriculturalists are ve...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 October 1869

Foreign News. PAnts, October 9. Father Hayacinthe has gone to the United States. Republican insurrections in Spain continue. The Republicans are mak ing sharp resistance. The police of Madrid advise the people to arm for resistance. The miners in the depart. ment of Avignon were rioting, arid had burned many shops. The mili tary suppreosed the riot-killing ten and wounding many. MADRID, Ostober 9. The troops were triumphant in Catalonia. The Mayor of Turtasa abandonied the mayora hity to take coin mnaidl of insurgeits. Oder hau1s been restored in Valentia and Galacia. A state of seige will be declared where% or outbrouka occur. A meeting be 'tween the Prim and Serrano ou onn side, and the Republican deputies, Cassteller and Figoura, on the othm'i to iffeot a comipromise, reached no re sult. 'rom Washingtan. NASlIlNoToN, Octob11 5. The internal revenne officers here fema that collector McG--e ii killed or ins abiscoded, as nothitng' has beei heard froni him smce the- 21st of Ai gust....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 October 1869

Betrotsd. 0 for one hour of euch enclhanted light As male a fairer daylin e in the sky, When on the willow-banks we sat that night My old tion love and I I Awhile we talked so low and tenderly, We felt ihe listening tros above us lean And louder far the silence seemed to ie That fell at last between. Her heart lay floating on its qiet thoughts 1 Like water-lilies ott a tranquil lake; And Love within, unknown, becauso un sought, Lay dreaming'lalf awake. Ali, Love is lightest sleeper ever known A whisper, anti ho.started plain to view Old as the heavens seoned our story grown, While yet the tnoon was new. And when shle spoke,"her answer seemed the while Sweeter for -sweetness of the lips that told, Setting a preoious-word within a stnilo A diamond ringed with gold. Then bloomed for us tie perfeel. century flower ; Then filled the cup anti overran the brim; And,all the stars prneesslottal thait hour Chanted a bridal.hymn. Ah, lime, all after-days may fly away, Snoh joy as that thoui ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 October 1869

IELD HERALD-EXTRA. VALUE AND USES OF [Ectracts from letter from Dur. Josepit LeCntc, Proi essor f'( 'hi \tr:. University of Soutl Carolina, on ihe Coimpairaive t.e). th j Farmer oj' Cotton eed Cake, as comparuIIIled with, the: Nedci f'ow w.iI / it was made.] As MANUatE.-VOry iitll()11n an 'Irtirflly 'oindI itetled eXpei.i monts in England and Germany piove that oil vake staiils v'ery high as a Imiature, whether applied by itself' or in combinmtio'n with other manuros. It is adapted to all kinds of crops, sineo it, contains all the intgredients necesariy to the growth of, plants; mid especially since it contains in large quantity of' those mo',st nec essary ingredients, nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potash. The oil in the seed and inl the oil caeo contributes nothing to its OeliCacy as m1ianiure. Oin the contrary, it is ratlier a lilraIe, since It rotairds decay. It follown, therefore, that the cake is greattly tiporior to the seed, and that the more thoroughly pressed the cake is th...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 13 October 1869

TH-E COLUMZBIA (.XJ',NJ.WAI E. P. ALE BOARD OF Ak. ]3. 8SJIfJ MIS, P~ort,. Xills. .J AM .I I y*lGY\AN, (liestei'. Cm,'. . 13(. PIIAM1\i , CouiaS~o. I IA IM i)Y S i4(MOIN8, col uinl ia. 1,111 (Ioi'umtili' 011,(~~iI?4 is 34I) I'I t,( i'eceivo *iiii II) ('411 I ct 1,61 ("Wo m $'t('4'4 1illml1 Ille h , 'I'114.' lu it 131 . wvill pay I'Icip-lit. u p.III :111 Sced041 p o 8I~aU to 4 it Irotia ) Ic104 waith MIi o I II li l m ed Uiles 4)1 ( Ct)IItIII1ila, al11( wvil lI3 a 1i /ojt ra(1ta of* fi'4iglts IR:)'oild tha 1311 st U114'4. Thirtiy ck-nts a1 111111 (11-041 Weill( (equliiilI Lo14 tell ce('is 15 1 415II41) w~ I14jlill h i t'jl tI'u -sve IIC( I Ca-4 U.'I U lll elivery, .1 111 lthir't/.lthow jill ids of' Oil ( '1ko Me~al 'will he: icurned 11) t/el /)1UY htt a/~'c'yI nv/redu 11v'igh/i of Seedt Th 1114 late r il h l i lie lv,- ,(In Ills', r.i ill (ill l an he ittli wil ed dow , lit 4 ti, I tile P d ileT .111 , V( . IIi lic t' wUI ill Thi k~l~ pci alld. yt avI pru~ i to L:to II4 lie ' fi)lI.I...

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