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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 October 1869

:a . . ___ .. _.a i r_ - ft _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Pil a s & C ' , P o r e o s : a i y a p e r , tDvtdo S c i e n c e , A r t , I n q u i r y , I dtus t r y a n d L i t r a t r e IT o11 .]$ 0 0NB OO p e r A n n u m I n A d v a u o e.R VOL 111n . .wINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MOR NNG OCTOBER 0,86. [NO 1 AT~FI~D' BtEALD * M, PUItISUKJn WEKIKI.Y .iY DESPO1RTES, WILLIAMS & (l0. iers.---Tna l1x .n is pubIishIel Weok if intie town of Witpsbgro, at 63.00 in. .aready i' advance .* All triiusient advertisements to be pid in advance. Obituart Notice and Tributes $1.00 per eqtare.; re Dying Yeni'. From the old woods dim and lonely, Comes-a mon: 'there the Winde at' sighing only, "Sutmor's gone !" All the bright and sunny hours, And the'greon and leafy bowers, With the summer's latest flowers, Are faded now, And the.brow Of the waituig year, *IHst been twitedw ith dying leaves, And the galhering sheayq; ell us autumn a here. Now the winds go loudly moaning Through the vales ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 October 1869

THE :FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBOIRO, S. ('. Wednesday Morning, Oot. 20, 1800. D ipa"tos, WYillia ms & Co., Props A Ralical Split. Gallt6tti-Rhdloal party by what t:u0 tgu e ail to ,. par tyf t hat w il.l overtirow the prese.t peroniel of our State gove tnment, mutt accept the pvollie . q ality of tto races, and.E i eu, titreforeb a reppbliumpg ty. To this it will comeo i) (he ond. Wet' coine this remark, however, to ti/te politics. if the Great Western, Internal Improvement, Free Trade party that .the next census will devel " op, shall adopt the name of 1)oocrat in Party, then, in national polities, Auth Carol ina will, 1 Denceratic, but not otherwise. We'ourselves look for a new party and a new name, in nat ional pn;Hteti. Again, a split in the State Radical yarty iti now spoken of. It is very clear to us that suc/h a split is a e' rlrinin ty. The useuro quest ion of State education alone, whch interests us more thini any other, it is clear as daylight to it, will soon split them. ...

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. — 20 October 1869

0 p~dAO99 f'tr tin " A SHINGTo N, October 16. 1t on haaeker earrying Pennsylva. ,.1re gi van up. Geary s majority is Aut 8.0'00. Internal ronvealo receipts to-day 'tyb stielei ie, idle diiring he sum. ir, have resumed work since the 1st; .oreigniows.. }jA?;, , '.Otobpr 14. der e aienti was de f o'tr a i ll w tereiii .250 4 on both,'1e# . The troops are ys Q1 ,,Baiting; .rein - , V b r6nuaking a final at ,i tgate in the harbor will . '+t~op.. he assanlt. ' OI, Octobe,6. ( 466 e~n lowed h f4w o 8tt ld de, VhIM refItal for feits life. AtafAxniii, Eorrr, October 16 Te floodi of the Nile, which ihrent ened the Egvptian cotton crop, is sib siding. The daii on the Sus Canal gave vay to-day, and it is feared the canal must be deepened before used. SP.Anis, October 16. It is rumored that Nap.Aeon intends etablishing a .corps of observation on the pnnish frontier. MADnID, October 16. Prim has Informed the Cores that the Government only waited the submuis h Sion of the Cuban insurgents before ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 20 October 1869

Blowing Bubbles. As I loitered through the village, I saw children at their play, Blowing bubbles in the sunshine, t From a penny pipe of clay ; I had passed them with a greeting, But their gladness charmed me so, That I turned to watcb. their bubbles Sailing through tite summer's glow. Thoughthey seemed not half so brilliant As I6 boyhood I had blown, When the smallest of my bubbles Held a rainbow of its own, Yet my little friends grow merry, c 'As each tinted air blown toy Floated upward, and the baby ClApped its chubby hands for joy. And the girl--her arms outstretching, Ad if begging them to stay Said, "I'm sorry, very sorry, They so quickly fade away I" lut her brother looked right manly, As he shouted with delight, "It is easy, very easy, ,To blow othpre just as bright I" And he blew with such good fortune, That, before his task was done, Youi might count a score of bubbles Floating gaily in the sun ; Then her ejes with pleasure sparkled, As the orystal phantoms played. And sh...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 October 1869

4-- - '- - - - r 11-T. VOL. .IS ,S. C., W VOL.111. - - WIN SBOR , S.C., ED D t OR IN , OdTO BER 27~1 9 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS 'Utiu.rsurn WIKRKLY BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & (10. Terns.-T tN i[.nALn is putIlihel Week ly in the Town of Winnsbor-, at 63.00 in. eareably in advance. r All transient adrvortisemonts to bo paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. r llcauty and Innocetice. i NAuRK u9s4Usum. 'Thu lar that gem i life's morning sky banittler spet o'er thee now And fIowers ar tind thy pathway lie, A:id roses crown thy brown Thatl hed their delioato perfume Mlta( ringlets trembling like a plums!; Whil a ideep witelaery, soft and bright, as oatittg in those eyes of light. Pure atnl undil:med, thy angel smile Is mirrored on my dreams, Like evening's sntret girded isles Upon her shadowed streams; And o'er my thoughts thy vision floats, l.ike, itelody of spring-bird notes, W hen titi bliuto Ialcyot gently le.tves hlis plunage lit the ti-rihaing waves. I can...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 October 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNStBORO, S. 0. Wednesday Morning, Oct. 27, 1869. D),portes, Wiliams & Co., Props s.The lia p? dayehanivershy, The Trysr7Josfl on e r t~p sve Al t" ha monls the gate on the subject of education, jf tgoyt egJefore the Legislature this winter with a bold and easily un +d~ttentsd^=ptilay;. pledging"",.'Wd.ili. wihites the University,- nd.organisinig at on'o for the blacks.the "State Nor mal School," that the constitution re quires - to be established within five yeart from its adoption. A pledge that this progra'mme will be acted' upon in good faith for five years only, is all that is necessary. For at the end'of that time, more light will have beon poured upon the subject. Wetoshnot think that the party in power will yield to the denomination alt and sectional and utilitarian hos. tility, that -always did existt againat the University, and which, secretly and Spiduously working, accounts for tse present depressed oonditlon, amongst other causes. It will be an...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 October 1869

MAnnn, October 19. The Govomient regard: the Reptub. licai Isutrrection as ended, althougi precaultions against new outbreaks con tinno. A -conspiracv. to surrender the barrscks of Santo Mato, has been dis covered and thwarteil, TonIorr, October 19. :'lie gun boat Prince -Alfred has been ordored to b - go, ready for service at Goodriebd, to defend the towns on. the Wupper lnkedagainst a repotted 'etinan 'pri vateer. II.t~v-*X, Octoly-r 19). Three steamrt'r, wfth iroop<. have arrived within (urt.y eighst htnr'.. Ar. ()uth r -tonnt-r lstnlh-d i,000 I roop at n-ofisegos, ntd anolthier steamtitera uIrived isa mornaing, filh-d. eowN N, Ostobe 23. The tuonster mpeting of Fetia:n auneety partiran, has been postpon. pon'ed. Tno ministry intended to uppress it. 4 l Det by is dead. His age was seveuty. MAuniuo, October 23. 'Ihe country is tra-quil. 'Phe Bishop of Alhamnia fit d seiveral Pro.. bstunts were arrested at Grcnada. I "NuON, Oitober 23. The Aorning ,'ane'ard. i. ::n edi. L rial t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 27 October 1869

Shadows. . Shados ltting: past the.starlight, Shadows darkling is.the air. Shadows is the swaying tree tops, Shadows gliding.everywhere.. Nights like this are born of shadows, Everything is weird and dic: Shadowy gitoss haupt. every ,valley With a presence dread and grim. There are times when everyheart-throb t Seems to summon shadows near, Waking ghosts in every chamber Of the beart that's dark wilh fear. Ghosts that tread with noiseless footsteps, Gate around with mournful eyes, Clutch our hands with bony Augers, Fill our souls with tears and sighs. Every heart must have its night fall Phadows come with every night, Blasted hopes-old dreams of glory Are the ghosts that step so light ; Thronging the heart's dim chambers, Where they revel with delight, Till we shudier at their resence, Pale and trembling with affright. After night fall comes the morning, And the golden beams of day, . Waking joy in every valley, Driv, the shadowy ghosts away. Every heart shall have its morning, !lop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 November 1869

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper Devoted to Science Art Iury ndustry and Uterature [Terms---$3.OO per Annum, In Advance. VOL. 111.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNNG, NOVEMBER 3,1869. [NO.20 'Tl1s FAIRFIELD HERALD D v'M'POR)TEI'S, WILLIAMN & CO 'em- u r, iT:i.:nu.n i- publishel Week - ly in the Town of Winusboro, at 03.00 in rrailly in advance. ' All Iratnsieut advertiseimnts to bie laid in alvance. O itiary Notices and Tribtes $1.00 pwr setinare. 1,e's~ Joint Isate. e put your little hanti in tnine, Annie denr; A nl give mne a kiss from yone lips of mnine, Annie dear; Soirao'v is bitti-, but love is sweet, Auol life can never be nll decei', Si long cis your own bright tiniles I greet, Annie dear. Ni:ve-r speaks wish merry ring, Annie dear: Anl gold is a joy with a glittering wing, Atunic dear; Bnt he t er than silver, better lioan goldi. Better than nll the Ireasure they hold, Are the lips that the tile of love have told. A nnie dear. Luxury lives in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 November 1869

THI. FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBOtO, 8. C. - Wednosday Morning, Nov, 3, 1869. DWspoosVi, Willinis & Co., Props Uaneoessary and Ill-timed Discourage ow gentlem n will be foand i the Statoe oi Al-denI//c -/ ' to "ii hoislature and sit then by some f14our ,or0 i glave. ; but there are "scde~ w wdond do so, to serve the .tgpetch, hojld.- :th'ey rfsletti'eer' for ivotestainong: theirnblaick fello toiti zens, or ib'dito a silain nesa to no p tej raioa1"p n(utntoei in those pitjesahorypnone bAut, a ,radical .tjnodi tronn be eloctfedareinot only out edf-place, and have been so over since the dly et' Grant' election, bit we confess that we foel indignant, whon pv.er we 0se snob short-sighted,exbibi tionsof would-be wit and earcnai and inventive in any of our exchanges. ;Party spirit has over boon the bate of Amorican politics, and these scarm crows as we diliberately called them in our last issue, are the whole capital in trade of soino Who iso them to keep their party together, no matter upo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 November 1869

Foreign N-Wma TilIEsTE, October 26.-During the insurrection at Lattera, the rebels captoired the fort and massacred the garrison. The rebels were repulsed at othes points. MADRID, October 26.-The Oortes, equally with the Cabinet, are divided regarding a candidate for the throne; unless a compromise is effected, the establishment of a monarchy is im rossible. LoN )no), Octoler 28.-Mr. Peabody i striotalv ill. his recovery is consid crel doubt nl. Bnusi:t.s, October 28.--The i~ehc tions of ieuities show a decrease of mtinisteria strength., LoanoN, Oetobter 30.- Mr. Peabo dy's condition i f.. vorable. MAnuno, October 30 -GG man archi:,ut will voto for the Duke of Ge iron. CAmto, Os ier 30.-The Edyptian blini.,ter of ireign Affairs has been chohen President of the Commission to fix the e-ntrol of the Sut z Canal. ST. J'FTEUluIG, October 30.-The Cz tr will spend a part of the winter l.',nes and Nice. .'rom Washimgt.n. \VASIIIGTON, October 26.--Mieh. eel 11. Collins has been appointed up ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 November 1869

Enter Church Softly. 'Tie a bright. Sabbath morn, the church bells hnve rung. The org.n trills luw, the choir aUl have rung; Not a snun'd. not a swisper, disturbs the scone here. Enter church softly, the pastor's at prayer. 'Ti. a day that the Lord has appointed for roe A day that he dwells with those he loves best ; lo hath said. "Where ye gather, I too will be there," Enter church softly, the pastor's at prayer. lie is plointig for strength from his Jesus above, To lead his flock to ibe pathway of love, And to tench them the cross of submission to bear, Enter church softly, the pastor's at prayer. lie is praying for those who have strayed front the flock, Praying for those who yet cling to the rook ; le is praying for those who approach but with Par, Enter church softly, the pastor a at prayer. Bore's one place to be found in this dark world of sin, Open to all who will enter heroin There as equals, the richa and the poor may repair, Eutor oitureh softly, the pastor's at prayer. T...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 November 1869

. ......... / _ IF ,"' IR' ,nAl,' ,Y", "'j' iP"n1 4N ,F1 iN1 _.. _.-+-. .. .+.. w._ _ ," ' +caflj , 74 1P. lb1 ill" O GY3 ' . ',I " . f3' l fi:VA 'IT ",. ' " 4 t' ',Y r( 1; .rah, ', i n 4r, Desportes, Williams & Go,, Proprlotoxs ) AFamily Paper)- Devoted to Science,,A ' In uir Industr and literatu VOL. 111A "*WINNst, 09 *'C.1-4 WEMSruo AY TI U!: FAIRFIELD HERALD IS 'tUlti.tSiMtC) W.KKI.Y BY DESPORTES, WILLIAMS & O Termn..-T sI t i nA.LO is publiaho. Week- 1 ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at, 63.00 in- t *nreably in advance. t SAll tratsient advertisements to be ,j paid in advance. Obituary Notices amnd Trilsues $1.00 per square. H eart Hymn. p Bear tin. bu:rden of the present. Let Ihn morrow tonr its own: If the morning sky be pleasnt, l Why the coming night bemoan ? If the larkened [leavens lower, Wrap thy cloak around thy form, Though the tempest rise in power, 1 God is mightier than the stormn. t Steadfost hope and faith unshaken, Aiinutte th trusting breast. P step by step...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 November 1869

THE FAIRFIED H1RALD f WINNSBORO, S. C. b Wednosday Morning, Nov. 10, 1809. gi t) v por'", Williams & Co., Props w .- .-- - -- _- 01 A good, jndustrious boy, one who o .u read and write, as an apprentice. Applly at this offiee inmediately. Disgraoeful Soones. b The City Council of Charleston has t presented to the world a long series t of infaious improprieties, culin inat- t ing lart week in an Unclo (T. J. 0 Mackey) escaping the crime of mur- p <lerilg his nephew, by one of three I balls fired at him inissing his head by 1: ;t single inch. In any other state of I socioty than that painful transition c sto we are now pa:..ing through, r these gross. violations of cominen11,t do- Q eonoy would ruin the party whose L chosen representatives so shamelessly c commtit them. But unfortunately,{C the only effort they promise to have, C is to keep off thoro elementa of intelli- C pence and virtue that might other- C wise gradually find their way into t.hat party, and purify it and ele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 November 1869

Teleg-r 1Lie. ForoignAows. IAvaNA, Novalber 4.-DeRodas lia departed on y inspection tour. He will be absent t days Tho Spanmal3Ank has reduced the ratio of inter to four per cent. LONDON vember 5.-''he Times, to-day, in( article on the influence of Rome ays the Catholic Church must be ithdrawn from undue Ro man pr onderance, and the city of Rome .rom eccleiastical dominion. It is yhly by ceasing to be an Italian ovoeign, that the Pope can aspire to Ceomn universal pontiff. London, November 5.-oorgo Pea body is dead. The Lo'ndon News says: "Mr. P.abody was not a man of in pulkive, emotional benevolence, but of rather jm'licious, widely-spread bone fi cence. His liberality was not posthu II.ius ; he give from his own substauce, and did -not surrender what death wrested from him; his services, both to his native land and his adopted country, were fittingly and graciously recognized in royal letters, and the halls of Congress. Merchants, in pa tn his statue daily, do not need to from th...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 November 1869

J'rowoll. Bid rin not yet farewell. Lean over no Till all t he moon's warm Silver is outspent, All sparkles fade upon the firmament, All splentlors upon quiverlng sweeps of sea, Tho while throuyh luminous shadow loving ly Above my own, thy said, Swee eyes are Like violeis washe-l in ala shrne---eloquent With ) passion that has colt a curse to thee. 1'u!, by ity weeping-tihou wilt need thy For we shall meet in minmy Ia mournful To vie w the river of diviling years Arl oar tcn, silent hope upon its strea'n. Take heart and snilo, cio sorrow shall t1' horn With clybre'bck, an' tla light of m:my a 'lrw ii, Anl Adveitt'o ul th( Curs. ''here were five of u.- 'ivo as hap py fellows its were ever lot loose from college. It was "vacation," and we had concluded to take a trip to the Frlls. We got aboard the oars at N---, and were soon traveling rap. idly to our lest ination. Wo had iust seated ourselves and prepared fur a comfortable smoke when in came the conductor, and who should it be but o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 November 1869

V *J..a -. SDesportes Williams & Co . ProFr etor s A Family Paper, devoted to Science, Art , Inquiry industry and literature LTerms---$3 00 per Aunum, In Advance. VOL.111.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDIAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 18t9. [NO. 22 TI [iha FAIRFIELD HERALD I8 PI' ~ .IR!IP.D wNKKY nlY DESPOITES. WILLIAMS & CO Termna.-Trat Ilnr.ALt is published Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at "3.00 in vnrrahly in ad,ance. Lt3.I All transient. advertisements to be paid in advance. O'ituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per square. Forward. keep not standing fxed and rooted, Iriskly venture. bl inkly roam; Head tn.i hand wherer thou foot it, And stout heart. are still at home. In what land tIe eon does visit lBrisk are we whatc'er betide ; To give space fir ,wandering is it. That the world was nade so wide. GouCTua. Almost a Duel. THE GREEN-EVE6 MONSTER ON TIE Mi.sPI-5ItrI-A LAUGHABLE AFFAIR. If our information be reliable, there occurred not long ago, on the Misbissippi river, a rather ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 November 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBOIW, S. U. Wednesday Morning, Nov. 17, 1809." DeAportes, Williams & Co., Props A Rleasonable Hope. It would be as foolish for the young aih Or woman to cease to labor i stired by a love of excellence, after ho or slelias discovered the amount of weakness and wickedness that exists in the world, making it far other than the charming theatre of great and ennobling action of their inexperienc ed fancy, as it would be for us of the South to cease to work in hc po, be cause the progress of the democratic idea of government has buried the constitution of our fathers in'ashos, and dragged us, at the chariot wheels of Its victorious march, to be murmturing victims or intelligent co-workers in a now order of events. The form of our government is changed. More than that, the character of our governnuent is even more chanced than its form. Yet we believe, it can be for the best government the world ever saw ; and if every honest man would strive to make it iso, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 November 1869

News itess. C Ta.>v, November 13.-Gen. \Vool I *as buried to-day. The funeral pro- i ession was half an hour in pnsing a n even point. 50,000 people were in 0 oe streets, and houses ware draped. FORTRF.s MNNROE, November 13.- d he Monitor Dictator, conveyed '-y i e steamers Triana and Periwinkle, S departed for Key West. from Washigton, SWAsNINGToN, November 9.-The ate Departient has Chinese ndvio es, eudoring Burlinghawe's cegotia tions. There is unusual activity at the avy Yards. Internal revenue receipts to-day 490,000. The flerul, of to-<lay, says: Fish c lian gone up the E, ie Rand to solve le difioulk problein of wages and trikes. He takes with hint a f >low ng of buff. r,, buninters, shoulde- ii itters, eye-gouere, and other experts I f the sort. V e await the result of :this "1e piece of private war with I const edrable pvatience. WASntiNOT N, November 13. -In - accordance with a resolution of the - Louisville Convention, Mr. Filmiore has appointed Blanton Duncan, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 November 1869

Putting up Stoves, &c. In consequence of the arrival of cold weather once more, about those days there in n: universal puttieg up of stoves preparatory to the winter campaign, and undoubtedly a great deal of profanity is indulged in. One who has considerable experience in thbe wirk of putting up stoves, says the first stop to be taken is to put on a very old and rugged coat, under the impression that when he got his mouth full of.plaster it will keep his shirt bo.sum Clean. Next ho gets his hands inside the place where the pipe ought to go, and blacks his fingers, and thou ho carefully makesa black murk down one side of his nose. It is imposaiLio to make any head way in doing this work, until his mark is unide down the side of the nose. l la% ing got his face properly marked the victim is ready to begin the core ;nony. 'The head of the family-who is the big goose of the sacrifico grasps one side of the bottom of the stove, and his wife and the hired girl takes hold of the other ...

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