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".A Democratic Nttcrgpapor
Paliis-t'd every Friday in Louisburg
r:ATKS OF KUritCRITTION, -f
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(IT TERMS CASK IN aDVANCE
Wat oil fox tlxc Xorniufy.
BY 8. H. BROWNE.
Watcher, 'tig dart", and thy dwelling is
lonely I . j
The nigbt-hmps shines dimly, and so
does tLine eye ;
Tbcu art thinking tby portion is wretch
Diflhcartcred, despairing, and Imping
to die ;
Watcher, look out where tho day-star
13 dawning I
H"pe in thy scul let its promise awake;
And, sleepless though weary, still wait
for the morning .... i
Never a night but its morning shall
' t t 1 ' " -: ! ' 'S
Wcrpcr, 'tis dark, for the Angel of sor-
row "' '' ; ,r
Uatli tpread, o'r thy landscape the
' ploom of hla-wlnj? ;
No iitic trom tli6 rainbow thy 8idneS3
- can borrow,1
No joy to thy bosom the Cpring-tirae
can bring. - ' ' j
"Wcfpc-, despair, not, tlJCrc is that can
cure thf 1 1
Yr, nVr. to the heartsick a value can
A draught that shall comfort "and glad-
r.rss insure thf",
Drink dep'y, drink freely, its fount is
in Heaven I
Oh 1 ye who r.rc'sviTdiing, and toiling.
arid sighing ;
Who in darkness of spirit are groping
your 'AiiV : ' .. . ;
Lo nie'wiary V,f hoping, ar.d trusting
trying," ' . . j
Wlio aru tica tMat your midnight con
ntjvi r be ('a; ; L
L' ok fonh whm the day-stir cf prom-
. ''se is h' -' vv.'r ;1 .i
ti.n ( fast by your duly, your Go'1; and
yi.u:. r ;;ht ;
A i l ( o:iea; ar.d faithful thus .watch Jkr
&3Ure it fhub l.ririrr ri.tt-Tw'ti li.-fllin
9-Jj? ItaTise Sprats.?
One fine winter evening, early in
' t!ic rescut century, Colonel Smith,
and his maiden sister, Tatty, were sit
ting on either side of a blazing fire,
enjoying their otium cum dignitatc,
without any interruption for at least
an hour; and that, considering the
82x of Mis3 Patty, was cctroinly very
remarkable. ; ' .
The Colonel was siting cross-legged
In a great arm-chair, with his specta
cles on. and his pipo in ono hand? and
a newspaper iat-he other.
Miss Patty was moving herself gen
tly forward and backward in a low
rocking chair. Close by her feet was
the cat, while Carlo was stretched out
at full length on the rug in front of tho
fire, and fast asleep. f
4 1 wish Henry was hero, to help me
about collecting my rents.
' ' Well, I really wisli ho was, an
swered his sister. . .
' i can't expect him this jnonth, yet,'
yawned the Colonel. . ; j
Hadn't you better send for hhnr'
paid his sister. t j
' Upon this, the dog got up and walk
: cd towards the door. I
; Where 'ro you going, Carlo?' said
the old gentleman. ,
The dog looked into his master's
face, wagged his tail, but never , said a
word, and pursued his v?y towards
tho door : and as ho could not well
- open it himsolf. Miss Patty g t up and
v opened it for him. !
The Colonel seemed perfectly satis
fied, and was composing himself for
another nap,' when the loud and cheer
l'ul barking of the dig announced tho
approach of f oiuo one, and roused him
luin liis lethargy. P esently the door
r,penod, r.nd a young n an gaily enter.
?! t'ae room. . :
4hy, William lieu y, is that your'
' tdd Aunt Patty, t
' i DEVOTED TO'pLlilGS? LlSitATUSE,1 SCIENCE ANDART. ' ' . '
i , ""'"""'TrT'"" "" """ ' " nil ' . t '
VOL. ' 2.
Henry, my boy, I am heartily glad
to see youlsaid the Colonel, getting
entirely out of the chair, and giving
his nephew a hearty shake of the hand.
Pray s what has brought you home so
suddenly?' j .
.'Oh. I do net know,' said Henry
it U rather dull iu to.wn, so I thongLt
I would juht step down and "see how
you all come on. !
Well, I am glad to see you sit .
down,' said the Colonel.
'So do,' .said his sister,
There, aunt, is a bottle of first-rate
stuff for you ; and here, uncle, is. one
of capital Maraschino
.' Thank you, my boy,' said the Col
onel. Positively, it does my heart
good to see you in such very line spir
its. : '
And mine too,' said his sister.
Henry, either anxious to help his
uncle or himself, broke'thel soal from
the top of ice- bottle of cordial,, and
drew the cork while Aunt Patty got
' Well, my'boy,' sat'd ' the Colonel
whose good humor increased every mo
ment, 'what's the news in town any
No yes,' said Henry ; ' I have got
ono of the best stories to tell you that
you ever heard in your life.
- 4 Come, 'let's have it,' said he, filling
his glass. , . .
. Well, you must know,' said - Henry,
that while I was in town, I met with
an old aud particular friend of min,
about my own age. About two. months
ago, he fell desperately in-lbvo with a
young girl, and wans to marry' hejv
but drcs not without the conseptrof
his uncle, a very fine old gentleman, &a
ric'li as Crcesus. "Do tajsoa little more
NYhytfcgfi t his uncle vash him to
nau?' iiiouired the Colonnl.
. . ) , -----
.'Oh,-yes,'' resumed Henry. 'But
there's the rub. lie is verv anxions
that liiil should got a wife, but he's
terribly afraid he'd be taken in ; for it
s generally undo "stood that Le is to
bp the gcntlem-Gu's heir. And as for
is uncle, though" very liberal in every
thing eUe, he suspeeta that everyjady
who pa-s hia nephew, the j least atten
tion of being a fortune-hunter.'
The old scamp,' saijd the- Colonel ;
why can't he let the loy have his own
way?'- 1 , V
I think as much, said Patty.
Well, how did he mange?' said the
I ' Why said Henry, . he was, in a
confounded pickle. He was afraid to
ask his uncls consent right , out ; he
could not manage to lot hiiri , see the
girl, for she lives at' some distance.
But he knew that his uncle enjoyed a
good joke, and was an enthusiastic ad
mi er of beauty, iso, what does he do,
but go and get her miniature taken,for
she was extremely beautiful, besides
being intelligent and accomplish
ed" . : -
; Beautiful 1 intelligent ! accomplish
ed!' exclaimed the - Colonel ' pray
whit objection could tho fool have to
her? J'U " '
Why she is not worth a guinae
said Henry, .. T v
i 1 Fudge !' said the Colonel' I wish
I had been in the old chap's place.
How did he get along'
Why, as I said, he had a picture
taken, and as it was about ths time of
collecting rents, he thought jit would
make tho old man good uatured if he
wentjiome and offered to assist him ;
and so, answering all inquiries, he took
the miniature cut of hia pocket, hand
ed it to his uncle, and asked ; him how
he liked it telling him that a particu
lar friend lent it to him. Tno old gen
tleman was in an ecstacy f delight,
and declared he would give the world
to see a woman as handsome ; as that,
and that Bill might have her,'
'Ha!' fchoutcd Colonel ; the old
chap was well come up with. The best
joke 1 ever heard : but was she really
beautiful?' V V ; j ' :
' The most angelic creature I ever
saw said Henry ; 'but you can judge
for yourself. lie lent me the picture,
and knowing your taste that way, I
hrcujxht it for vou to look at.'
f ' 1
Here Henry took it out of his pock
et, and handed it to his uncle, at tie
same time refilling" his-glass. -
Aunt. Patty got out of her chair
look rat the picture.
' H ell, new.' she said, that
Yi? c oy well say that, sister siid
tho Colonel shoot me if I do not
wish I had been in Bill's place. DexiW
take Jt ! why did you net get thiKgirl
yourself, Harry? The mosrjeautiful
creatura I ever did layvmy eves onj I
would give a thousHud pounds for such
VVojihlyou? inquired Hairy, pat
tinghe dog. ' -
' Yes, that' I would replied the Col
onel ; 'and nine thousand more upon
the top of it' and . that ''-J makes ten
thousand : shoot me r if I would
not!' , " "" ,4U "' " ' t
Then I'll introduce her to you to
morrow said Henry.
As there was a wedding'atthe house,
of the worthy Colonel on the following
Christmas. Day, and the old gentleman
was highly pleased with the beautiful
accomplished bride, it is reasonable to
suppose that Henry did -not forget his
promise.- Feople's Literary Compan
ion. JLn Attractive Ilouxe,
A home that is fitted upith taste wil
be the res rt of a better class of peo
p'e, and more genuine tnj '.yment will be
shown in visUrng, than one whicn has
nothingMu the cost licees.of its con-.
tenr1o ucommead it, . However much:
ifstonishrnent and vague admiration ttie
one may excite at first, it will, finally
become an ey-aore 'tfi'hw than. an at
traction, while the other will reveal a
new and beutiiul leUuro at every
glance, and wUi Wm lose its ple&sino
power. Apart fro: thi?? however, is
the alSimportanf hr.rd practical fact
that there is f ii actual economy ia good
taste. Thousand? of pcrscrs am kill y
buy gsudy and vulgar ccrp;ts that are
not and cannot be ol eoU of irter-'
when I'T much less money they right
in humbler materia', but of equadv
substan.ial quality; purchr; pcmeth.
irg much better suited to tho character
of their room?, and rrch mora ia bar.
mony with the surr jundiags.
If a room is arnge'd as a woxk of art,
a carpet ss rJy Ra item in the general
effec aosVit-is'ft matter ct no conxe
quince fot It should excite remark on
its on account. What we want when
a. stranger enters our parJo, 13 that he
shall be impressed by a ctrtain beauty,
by a certain completeness, by a certain
richness of -Sect, by a ce rtair home
feeling, as it the pTace were the dwell
ing ot refined people, ho think enough
Of thvir homo to try jto make it beauti
ful, not RtceFsary that he should
remark! whether our carpet is Brussels
or ingtain, whether our wall paper cost
tea cents "or five dollars a piece, whether
our funiture is of the most costly wood,
elaborately carved and covered with
the most c xpensive" material whether!
ocr curtaics are of the ; fii est lace or
richest damask, but rathtr that cur
combination of colcr3 are harmoniou?,
that our i fnnitur is solid and substao
tia, and, in fact, that our room has a
cosy, comfortable look, which Ogives
some hints to the character of its otvn
er, and which seems io extend a iarge
and liberal welcome. .. . '' ' ''
Compare what ihoa -hast not with
what thou hast, and see which is'beiter..
Thka will keep thee from trouble fcr
what thou waatest, and thy detire 6hall
not disquiet thee. -Thou art poor, but
thou art well, and hast many goad
friends; cr, perhaps thou hast nom;
but thou Last all the . host cf heaven
the surv mica isd star, ' and all the
element?, and all, the providence of
Go', and the charity of all well dispor
ed people, as much as any othtr mar :
thou raayest walk in tby be'ghbcr'e
field?, je even in thy enemyj ground
and ecjoy the pleasures of the morning,
fn create thy3i!t with all the sweet odors
and behold the beauty of ll G
credture, an! delight-ia that which
God delights in. Why shouldst thou
be so distracter?
A good natured spinster used; to
boast that she always, had two good
beaux; they were elbows. .;
. The gardener who grafted' a dest
nut to a box-tree found it produced
large trunks. ': . v .
V .... . y v
. N. ' O:: SEPTEMBER, 5, 1S73.
i A single wcrd-ay disquiet an entire
family- for a whole day Oue surly
glance casts a gLnr oyer the hocashold,
while a'rtnifedil: 'earn of suoshin,
may Jight VjCthc . est tncl weariest
hour :.. LtWun$ i,.-t tied fiower3 which
spriug up afeng ouafpath, lull t'irejBb
ncse, fragrance and beauty, eo the kind
word", and gentle acts, and wcet dis
positions, make glad the homes where
peac3and hidssings dwell! No mitter
how humble the abode, if it be thus
garnished with yrace and svjcctnfs?,
with kindness and smiles, the heart will
turn laughingly, toward it from all the
tumultg of the. world, and home, it it be
ever so homely, will be the dearest spot
beneath the circle of the sun. r;
And the-influences of bom3iperpetu
ate themselves. The gentle grace, of
the mptte-5 Ucfl inf hfrAdaaghtfr3 1 jXiS
after'herlxeaq is pillowed in the qvst
of earth ; and fatherly kindness itcds
echo ia the nobility and courtesy ot
sons who come to wear lis mantis, land'
to fill his place; while ' on ihe' oihci
hand, frora aa uehappy, mu-overned
and disordered home, gfcrth.pcrBois
who shall make cther-loaies miserable,
and perpetua,ta.the sourneas and f ad"
nes?, the ontentionp, and strifes j and
railings, which haye made their w a
earjylives so. wretched .and distorted,
-Toward the checr'ul heme the clril
dren gather as "clouds and a? dovb3 to
their windows," while from the home
which is the ahadtrot discontent, and
strife, and trouble, they fly a3 vultures
tj rend their prey.
The class of men that disturb and
disorder, and distress the woridj arc
not these born and nurtured. au;;d the
hallowed infiiUence3 of Uinis-iui homes ;
but rather those who early. lives' hayo
; been a scene of iroublc and und hcxa
;tion, who stattcd-treu in the
pilgritaasj and ' whoso "ce-ursu is one of
discsttr to thcmtelves and iroubla to
those tuXiUiid thcu. 1
Nobility Lauce. -Hardly aaj
t vlng is mcro .contemptible than lbe
c-ns'-ar ,yhicb rtsts upon social positior ;
the" conceit cf there who imagine -that
tliey are thua divorced from the clay cf
common men ; cf those who shxix.k with
horror from tht idei of work; as some
thing that degrades by it3 contact, and
yes wh.", likely, owe' thcir present p-.sl-So
serais not very remote ancestor
'L', ircuiz,ing 'his call to woik, lived
more honestly ia the world than they
d-x, . and was not "rvshfiUK-d bt soiled
thumb? It is ca of the meant st
things for ieop!e to bs as! amcd of tht
wort which giorified their aaccssors
more, with their soiled aprons and b!w.k
gowns, thau they with' their liue iil-
bons and n ishy jewelry. It might be a
fine thing :to be like a Hide, m ie gLr
riously clothed tha Solomon, nd do
ing nothing as if we were lillics. Au-
vaniageous position 13 only a little
paore emphatic call for work; and wnilo
those who hold the advantage may to
te compe'Icd to manual drudgery, they
should recwognizi the fact that manual
drudgery may be performed I in the
same spirit as that which characterizes
their own woik, and therefore " it is
equally honorable. ;
. i i -
IIa.vb CouRAGti. Have .courage It
?sjasS. as necessary in the cox fl:Ct of ii!e
4a 00 tUdiilOoJ USlhJ A.'lblukand'.
emies opp.iss yoa in every great under
taking, however peaceful may he itB na
ture. Hare courage tomeet aoi ovtfr
come them;lYou do not a e. ran can-
not understand wt j thty ehonld seck to
throw ob&tactes in your way ; bat thty
dq. Such is t.ac ordiaiuce of catu-r.
Uave toaragc, and your opponents will
jield, :: . . , ' t .
Have courag. it is j not opx-a r.e
mlc3 alone who will a-sail yoa in what
evtr v.m attenapt. "Secret leas will rise
up also. Ebvo Cuuxage to encualcr
the treacherous who shoot at yoa frvsi
behind tree, and ia the drkneta, a
will as yor more optn-and more
straightforward opponents. s " '
Ia urdcr to nccomple&h any great pui.
pos it is absolutely iadispemable to
have a degree of courage j which no
amount ci resistor c, whether epea cr
secret, can inttaudduv Bi Iriva to
the end, and you will wir. There is no
other way.- The oclytn? courage b
the courage wticb 13 f UQd-d or. con
sciiuc, und ii fiiici'i! 'ier b,v
A Ley writing a eouirisitin on "Ex
tremes remarked that we should always
endeavor to avoid extremes, especially
those of wasp bees and hornet.
' ' . I
The spirit f man goe3 up and down
as does mercury ir. a themr-nnter, but
unlike mercury, which always stauds at
one p int till the atmosphere changes,
the spirit ot ,Tea risi-s kd-1 Jails in the
s-iui-teaipcraturc of surrounding"..
To.Uay.cwry thing ii lovely, h!pe
quibkeci the eye to disccTcr pwcs;b:li-
tios for god lurtunr, mkI the blo-d
ancs to u borg ot j y and healthful.
ness. ltsteruv z -ro Wa9 warm ruin.
ared with the stu.tc of the same men
tality in the snuc ciituma'anctg ol
nod and evil. Nothit g changed bat
the raca. ' ,
A mercurial character does not make
dcsi.able companion arotnd the do
mestic firesid. There is to much un
certainty about tLU suto of mind. ' An
even tmpJ;r,JJdfecsjbtaed by firti-
uw .a uibisij iii uuyjjju wiiu quick ,
ness of spirit, all tho tr.ala of 'Il jme.
Sweet Home." . I 1
Make home as harmonious as para
dise; cheerful as ihe noonday sua ;
peaceful as moonlight on a lake ; yet
tua bread will sometimes he hcavr.
focrcr brown, the potatoes iil' not, the
vinegar barrel leak, the coal give ou.
and a thousand end cac little-" cires
present themselves every week which
flurry ptcplo it !t hey ailowit. .
Kcgular diet is a good preventative
for depressed spirit?.. To the lovesick
young maa rr womar, such a preven
tative i3 too vulgar to contemplate,
but it is a good one nevertheless,
God Bless EJy JMotlioi
A chaplain in tho navy writes :
Net many nights ago the whole meet
ing was moved as tho heart cf one
man by a noble looking youth ofcigh
eeu who, ia tho midst cf his broken
hearted prayer, burst forth in tho ear
nest supplication :
i(0 Go3, b!cs3 ,iny mother! I
thank thee that thou hast heard her
many prayers, t.nd that 1, so long tho
ol jict cf her love, have at last, become
tho subject ot thy grace !" And on
tho last night the feelings of every one
present were agua moved in like man
ner by the testimony of a sailor in
middle life, given with sobs and tears
to the blessed influence of a mother's
prayers in restraining a wayward son
from sin, and bringing him at length
by the grauo cf God, to the hope of
Let the praying mother whose pray
"era eeera not' yet to be answered take
courage and exercise new faith in re-
ference to the son of her lovo from
such proofs that praying breath is not
Eaely PkicEs Abraham bought a
piece of iind for a luryicg place. He
paid 400 shecktls of sitver The "fewest
sum at which a ih-rkcl U cstimacd is
about fifty-s-xecntr. 1 his would make
abou;$3'0 f h: burying p!ac In
Solomon's lima it 33 mentioned that the
price c.f a chariot from Eypt was 500
t-htkels of silver (I Ktn-s, x, SO). This
would bd about $230. The" price cf a
horse was 150 slaktU; or some 75.
Tha Ust horses of tnat at "wire fouod
ia Eyp'. jThc Syptians trained ! thim
well and thfcylwere cnxtable cf irano:
tant StftVler;' King S.llomnu,!" a valo-
abla chariot dr&wir by two or! four c
these horses made as idiowyi and as
dig&ifkd aa appcaraxc?, perkajri, a
anyprvnenas tioty. 1
- - t m m m fc
A man's dearest object j should be
ins rvife, but sometimes 't is I4IS aif
-The most genuine spiritual manife.
tations are seen ia cases of delirium
When is an army like a tuck in .1
lady's dress? When it is bemm:
iu. ' "
Courtbhip Is almost always Utis ;
and marriage is sometimes blister.
Carpet3, though bought by tho yard,
are worn by the foot.
'TU but a little filed flour board
ThoEoldicr's brea t-pin the bay
The wonian question How shall
have rxy summer suit made? -
J ARRATT'9 ,
1- : ' "
Peteesecuo, V a I
JOHlf COL2, i'rup'i !t:rr,
No. 31 C- S
50 Bushels, very nicej -Mea ground
f.om choice w hite co "n. For sale by
King. While & Shaw."
' 1 - " ' "X i n j
New Sjrinz-aii Sunmer Gaols f
' 1 . "r
Which we will sell as low as nossl-
ble. . Our motto b'jing-
QUICK SALES and SM1LL7EOF-
M"c rio:t carnest'v Ask an c-trir-Ab
tion of our Strk, before purcliaing"
.bewLere. And wc p:edj ourso.x
to do all in our jtower to please bo;a
m govxs auu ptieee. . '
V'o liave in stoi e a very fine selec
tiooi of Dry Goods, Grocer
ies, Hardware, Hats.
Shoes, Spices, Cou
Give us a trial.
T. H. Carlilo & Son
The Fall Session wdl begin oa the
S2cond Monday in July, Ibi'J.
Terms teu Sssjion cp 21 week :
Board (washiri?. lights and towels cot
included,) $70 00
Tuition ia Primary Department, 15 00
44 Regular English Course, 23 00
Latin and Greek, each, extra, 5 GO
Board must be paid ia advance. All
accounts for Tuiii u are due at the.
close ot the session, and will be prompt
ly presented for payment. No dttlu:
lion ia Tuition exctpt in ca3C3 cf pro
M 8. DAVIS,
RALEIGH. N. C. : :.. .
O. W. BLACKBALL, Proprietor.
Pratt's Astral, Oil,
The'Astrial Oil is purer, clearer, sa
fer anil gives better llht thoxi aay
othr. oil In use, for sale at CO cts cashj,
75. cts vy eacliargcd, '
A Boarding and Day School for -
RALEIGH. X. C.
REV. R BoRWELL, Piincipa',"
J.E. Lcreix, A-51. 1 '
f. J. Stktex. A. If. V ..t .
Pf.o a A . Barn A5T5, Irtftnictor ia V -
cal acd Iastramental Music.
There ara two departments Aci
djmic AjfD. Cox.LtauT. T5 Fa I
Session commences the 1st cf Sept en -ber
and closes Decea.bsr I3th, 1E73.
The Spring S.eiioaconiajenctsthe 13 L
of Janntry and closes Jaly 31, 1874
Fcr Cata'cgae containing fall pirtic
ularj as Vt terms," &c, addret?,
Klv. E. CuawrXL. & eo.f,
jolll Ra'leigh, K.CZ
Fif een Hundred Gallons onw snirir.
warraattd all right which we ars of,
feriug at Northern pries ritb freight
. Briow & Pleasant.
RATES OF AVEUTISKG.
(10 uke en Lzrsc-?;3nrrn: "a. fqntr.
C r.e f q-tire oac i c rt ! ?S .'..:.'.'. ' is 0
One - Eac'a .t-.:U rxr'Jw .. 50
en! - ci..'uc.i . Co
tnf - Ture? uouii 5.1
Cr.e f 1 x ;iu:.th ; .TT. .. J ; G j
Cie Twelve uioulU ,..v.1;s
Coi.ir-ct s fot Lirrrr :vr.-kl3 on libera
AD VEIU ISEilEXiV.'
sYate life nrsun a ific e
Capital,- - $200,099.
Hon; KeorU. IUtfh?Pmt lent
S; U7ttPru' VicPrer'dtat. .
,. ix. uicia, fcccrttary. ' '
Dr-B. B. UatwooJ .akl3iD IjfRfflnr '
Dr VV. U Raj Bter AMed. D:to.-
ft. p. jcncior, Atvoruey.
Ofl: Perry, bu rKtiitL Agtnt-
b. t r v
. .-.nr -DIRECTORS;
noa Kmp V B-ttle, Hon To J It C:r
wc'.lllofi John Y' 'Jaoj'rhvn, C.. T
M licit, q'Wgi A en.lfu, Vt .V J
lUkiwns.'llou Jiha Mia-.nj, Gffi 7
R CoxColLW. Uu.jparfy, CJ . Tti
klurphy, Cil.VTia E AnJw.aoo", " J-.h?
Willi uas,- Got L Singer?, H Y ic
Ac'cl,Co1 rA A ijyiclvoj.-l J "a'oucj,
Jcu; A G.iU.u, V H Caraeroa, J t?
M;IU:, J B Bjitctitlor, J C Blake, A aN
tcr Clark. V OUp:Uurjh, J J UtU.
FATU:iE3 A'JD ADVA:irlG23
' It 13 emphatically a Hint Con; ary
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asd tat.iy ,
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upon rcsldeaa or trivt!, -
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pasy'a fctren-.h, aolTcucy.a-d ra.cebf.
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Go Ag:at, n-ith nU ir liSe
rai contracts vou be tadf, - M4?cd in
tviry county Ia the iitatr. -ma
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