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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 July 1906

American Society of Equity Meets the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in each month at the court house , in Jackson, Mo. Orren Wilson, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Collections a Specialty. Cap Girardeau, Mc GEO. PEDIGO, UCKSOI, MO., CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Dealer In town property i run sell you three-room cat tana up twelve rmim bou. Alwav ready to Mil or I.iit If the price In rl.ht :i fTMl work nd deeds guaranteed. YOUR CONTRACT WORK SOLICITED. EDW. D. HAYS, Attorney at Law AND Notary Public. Or kick- Opposite Central Hotel JACKSON. MO. Sam Vandivort Compiles Abstracts of Titles from the only set of Abstract Books in the County. Your business will be given care ful attention : : : : : : : Jackson, Missouri. Dr. C. V. Alsop, Resident Dentist. unci V A Bicbant. arvYvvnrvBan. Dentistry Practiced In All Its branches. Office phone 178; Residence 78 Anaesthetic for the pa in legs ex traction of teeth used if den I red (and free of charge). Examina tion and consultation free. All the work is d...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 July 1906

101 THROUGHOUT THE If IROPOLISJI HER GENEROSITY TO THE UNFORTUNATE Mrs. Thomas Fortune Ryan, One oF the Most Philanthropic, as She Is One of the Most Wealthy, New York Women Who Devote Their bives to DoinjJ Good to Others. SPENDS A MILLION DOLLARS YEARLY ON HER VARIOUS CHARITABLE SCHEMES. Wife of Wall Street Baron, She bives Plainly, Builds Churches, Helps Hospitals, and Spends AH Her Spare Moments Making Baby Clothes for the Poor Gives Without Ostentation, and to All Who Arc Worthy and Unfortunate. Day In and day out she sits and knits anil knits and knits, with a steadfastness of purpose that ruled tbc fingers of Mme. . Jacobin. But tlu stitches sho takes are not the record of evil destinies. They mean succor for the sick and heavy-laden, work for Idle hands, bread for the hungry, enlightenment for tho untutored. Gentle, sympathetic, Intensely pious, a home-lover end a home-maker, is this woman this mother In tho old fashioned meaning of the word, the wife of Thomas Fortune Ryan. ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 July 1906

FACTS GUARANTEED Neuralgia erhd Anaemia are Cured bj Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. For nenrly a goncration tlio people ol this conntry have known Dr. Williams' Pink Hlls, during which timo proof ol thmiNHiicln of cures by tills remody has been publiHuad and couurmod and not ono pernou has been harmed iu tho slight rut degree by their use. The pills con tui u no opiate, nnrcotlo or stimulant, nor any drug which could injure the uioHt delicate coiiHtitutiou. "For over a yenr," says Miss Charlotte Van Salisbury, of Onstleton, N.Y., " 1 snfforod from nouralgin and palpitation of the liofirt. My skin was pnle and sal low and I was tronblod with dizziness, fainting pell 3 and fits of indigestion. 1 wns very nervous and would start at tho slightest sound. At times a groat weak liess wonld come over me and on ono oc camou my limbs gave way under mo and I fell to the sidewalk. " Of course I was treated by our local physicians nud also coiihuUikI a noted doctor at Albany, but nothing they gave mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 July 1906

BRUENING & KERSTNER D. G. CO. Have moved from the Wessell Building to the .... JACKSON STORE GO. STAND Where they will try to give you best possible service, so as to make it a pleasure for you to trade with them. mmmmmmmmmmmtmmmwttmmmmmmmm & 3 H IF YOU WANT 3 H A DESIRABLE H BUILDING LOT tE in Jackson see s I L. G. HOFFMEISTER, i i JACKSON, MO. i g LUMBER, B LATHS, S CEMENT H 5 and all BUILDING MATERIAL HENDERSON'S LUMBER YARD, CKAS. W. HENDERSON, Proo.. ' & Wert Main Street, KING OF ALL LINIMENTS CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN at m mm f uii.oi, ipiaim. atrri uami, whi, mum, a la oia aaaia, taioi ht ae, aeAH(, luaatoo. H m W.M STT m anrr mm, omtiuiii huioili, uuhii aBBB ARRILS. OOIIM NUBMB'S BPIIMIilO waiST. TBA mi, , omiauuaa, aaa 4 I READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE "I wi much afflicted with rheamatiim, writes Ed. C. Mad, IowTille, Sedgwick Co., Kan, "going boat on crotchet and aflcring a great deal of pain. I waa Induced to try Ballard" a Snow Liniment, which cared tna, afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 July 1906

The Jackson Mekalp, CIRCULATION 1925. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 2t, 1H0. M)?37 ' - ' " i ' ' " " 1 - v i LOCALS i Wheat 65o to-day. Mra W. 8. Samuels has been quite sick but is improving. Mrs. W. F. Sawyer is recover ing from an attack of flux. New style English Tie Pins for gentlemen at Hasslinger's store. Mrs. Levi Hurst, an old lady of West Jackson, who was sick last week is getting better. F. J. Tacke, deputy revenue collector of this district, was in Jackson last Saturday. Our soda don't have that "after effect" that some drinks have. Try it. Deliveries made to all rnrta nt th CltV. E. Mh.de Bottling Works. Adolph Schwach, one of our best paying subscribers, made our office a pleasant call Monday. For Sale A good Port Huron engine and separator. Will sell cheap; part cash and balance in good notes. For particulars ap ply to Mrs. Ella Anderson, Route 4, Jackson, Mo. 8-24 The Southwestern Realty Com pany's auction sale at Farm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 July 1906

T The Jackson Herald II. I-. I I Mi, I'lililUlu-r. " JACKSON, : : : MISSOURI. Tho conference committee will b the place In which the rata bill will rise to white heat Rcatn. The serecant at arms of the senate, has several tons of amendments which be will Boll nt low rntea. An umpire was killed by a left field r nt runxsutnwney. Pa. Intorest In baseball Is evidently not on the wane In other place. Chaplain Hale, of the senate, feels that he has Ins work cut out for him fully up to the point of earning bis meager salary. Chandler's tllnry bids fair to be come quite as famous as repys'. And the Chandler production will be much more interesting to the present gener ation. The Standard Oil Co. Is getting a great deal of free advertising. It mn.v come In handy some day. No matter how dark and damning the current comment, It will havo to be conceded that tho oil Is very greasy. Cork was known to the Greeks and Romans, and was put to almost as mnny uses as at present, although there Is no m...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 July 1906

WHAT IS A COOD ROAD? A. Dlicussion by Edward K. Parkin son, and Comment by Editor Country Gentleman. The bes( roads that have ever been built wcro those constructed by the Romans ten or fifteen centuries ago, and which are to-day almost perfect examples of what roads should be. Their ronds bad a width of 30 feet, and pavements of heavy stone at the bottom, and often one or more layers Of stone bedded in cement to make the road waterproof. The two cuts show the best types of ancient Roman roads. : It has been argued that such roads would cost too much to build In those f!nys of hlgli wages. To bo sure, the Initial coBt would be cnormouxly greater, but 'the final cost would, on tho other hnnd, be much less. Some of tho Roman roads are l.GOO years old, and are still In fair con dition. I will say, for the sake of argument, that a modern macadam road will Inst 20 yenrg without hav ing to be extensively repaired; at the end of that time, however, the road will have to be practically reco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 July 1906

Jackson Herald. MtrrrucAN in rouTic. B. F. LUSK 1'VBLifnEM ttiterer. at thf pntrrlre lit .iHrimor. Mo. eecond-clar-a matter Nnftt.irr . IWi. Termo for the Herald re ac fol lows: For one year ' n" fill months po Three monthc iP Ofllo Beelderjce. . . 14 . 142 APVEHTIflINO RATKH! Loi BU fiO II?-1 niir rmn nifi ii . Card fli j-er v.-nr. T- tr:i 1 Alvertfr-j meuts l-pal rates. 1 iKp'" ad rated , made known on (jlit'iiiinii. ! Jackson, mo.. .111. y . mn. j CONVHNTlONfS. I The- KepuMioan .Imlicial con- vention will be held at Jefferson City, .July 2(th. Court Directory County court meets at .laekson the first Monday in February, May, August and November. Probate court meets at Jackson the second Monday in February, May, August and November. Circuit court meets at Jackson the first Monday in January, May and the third Monday in August. Common pleas court meets at Cape Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and Sep tember. DIRECTORY. ( COI'STV IUIiKCTOUY. j Fred. K. Kiev Iti'iircwentat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 July 1906

LUCK IN TEXAS OIL FIELDS Land Owners Said 4o B'aro Mad Mor Monty Thnn ths Operator. Humble, Tex. Th oil oicratir are trying to lex ale new oil IWIrii In Tex ts. HI nee the original discovery of oil at Spindle Top they have been for tunate In discovering new fields, on after the other, to take the place of the exhausted oil districts. When the output of Spindle Top was at a low rhb the Soar lake field was discovered. The heavy production ol i the Hour lake ik-.d had fallen off when oil was discovered at Batson. The Hatson field was a heavy producer for nearly a year. Salt water made Its appearance In the wells, the oil supply wns shut off and oil was discovered at Humble. All of Ration moved here, causing a town of several tlioiiHiind people (o spring up almost In one night on the spot where before there hnd boon only a blacksmith shop and one store. The oil production ol the Humble Held bus been fulling off rapidly of lute. All the larger oiierutors, there fore, are wildcattlng for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 July 1906

SAFETY PINS S;ii'i i j 'in. i lnii"l ;i i -. If.-iriiiL' rr ) V ;ild LINEN :;u 73 1 lot M. I'.hu l.in MI fStJ il ; ;u,l. i' ltd vsl . V r r c fi . 7."i . 1 h r - I Hi,' l'ir't . $2.59 DRY GOODS COMPANY'S CH1LCREVS HO.'E 9c r.VvuSESGHrS 1 ;. !..,,!! - W i... 'V A fi' w I ,i: l Hi I'' V, . .1 ! h 7k CLOTHES PINS Clollii's I'ins )fril(),c!i Ic UCES (lcrinanTorehon Lac is, good edges uiul assorted widths, clearing Cp jrice Galloons and Bauds worth from 25c to 35c, clearing Qp price LACE 1 lot Narrow Valen cienncesLace worth 4c per yard, clear- iS 3 for 5c OEM'S BELTS Newest and best kind. The 75c Kind go at 49c The 50c kind go at 29c WHITE I00IS lot White Goods, light weight. Some checks and some stripes, worth 10c to 15c, clear- 1 -ing prtc "2 V ic-iriiiir I'"'- ' 119 GLOVES 1 lot Ladies' Fine Kid Glovei,some slight ly soiled. Most of them Tans and Brown; every pair worth $1.00, clear- to' 59c price J7v TSi.aaai9UilTllHlt3r mm JULY 28, 9 A. I.; to A W 'A fcc -AM i : . t n fir. 'tj:'! m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 July 1906

V County Corrtspondence. lio donn. I shall soon be out of tho way. There is no hope for me. They cun be saved. They may bu'men ayain. Don't sell it to them; Hell it to me and let me WATCH YtH li KXI'UMMTI'KKS from now on a l it more closely Hihii FROM DKKAY. When man commits a very bad deed ;in a neighborhood and a die and the world will be rid of po3se of men Bay this man muHt me. But for heaven's sake sell die, they do not wait oven to no more to them." The barkeep nee whnt our law says must bo j er listened, pale and trembling, done with this man, but they exclaimed, "God helping mo, proceed at once to lynch him, ( that is the last drop I will sell to which iH vny wrong. No man anyone," and he kept his word, should take the lifo of his fellow! God help us the right thing to traveller. 8till it ia dune, and do while wo in this life norsue to usual. It's wl.sis anil timely advice ! exeat rcwiu'dri are offered for the seek a better home in heaven durlnOMaVr loll "an'l' do f the law ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 July 1906

Quick Relief for Ast hum Sufferers Foley's Honey and Tar afford immediate relief to asthma suff erers in the worst stages and if taken in time will effect a cure. JACKSON LIHE & QUARRY CO., JACKSON, no. Miinufiii'lnriTji nf "Pearl of Cape County" The utrongest White Lime in the market, ami is made of the celebrated Caie (iiranieau County Marble :: :: :: WHY DON'T YOU SEE 1 CAKMKAN IJHOS.f We want to figure with ? you oji that 5 j GRANITOID SIDEWALK you are troiny; to lniild. We do all kind of S CONCRETE J work and that's all. ? 3Hg LUMDtn, mh LATHS, B I CEfJEr,T I wlL? mill niun hitpiiiii itcssa nun iimia in r Mini ssauu HENDERSON'S LUMBER YARD, 5 West Main Street, Jackson, Mo. sbbtl... ...sw THE JOY OF LIVING VAX FULLY HEALIXED WB1K TOD ENJOY GOOD HEALTH The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Caiomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which v;tiate the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 August 1906

V ..imn"n Secreforv St: t ,.-m'i society Coin nib TTiMiE Jackson IMeisalid), -CIRCULATION im. F0R ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1897 V()Lt IX JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. AUG. 2. 190(. JsO. 38 rtvt iiiumiu vm -mrr : LOCALS : Wheat 65o to-day. Regular term of county court next week. J. 0. Belmar ia on the sick list this week. Schumer Springs now has a post offioe. New style English Tie Pins for gentlemen at Hasslinger's store. There will be a picnic at Bra zeau Aug. 11th. Judge J. B. Miller went to Farmington Monday. Aug. Kamp of Burfordville was in Jackson last Saturday. Our soda don't have that "after offect" that some drinks have. Try it. Deliveries made to all parts of the city. E. Milde Bottling Works. Frank Grant of Brazeau was in Jackson last Saturday. Miss Mame Atkins is spending this week at New Madrid. Mrs. A. E. Rust and baby of Cairo, 111., returned home yester day. Any skin itching is a t-mper-tester. The more you scratch the worse it itches. Doan's Oint ment cures piles, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 August 1906

I THE FOUNDATION STONE DAME FASHION'S DECREES BY ELLEN OSMOND Fashions for Mammas wear pink as they have lot employed this rosy color la many i long year, and the wee girls fol low the lead of tho mammns. Wlth ut question, with better result for pink is not always kindly when rears have piled up. It 1 very love ly, however, against the peaches and :ream, the fascinating smoothness, of t child's skin; and the little maids tn pink ndd not a llttld to the sum mer beauty. The frock may be a simple pink lawn, a lace-trlmmed China silk the kind of material does not make a ireat deal of difference. Get the right shade and shade and material that will bear tubbing, and make the frock with short sleeves and round neck. Baby arms and baby neck are 10 pretty, should not be concealed. A l) A I.N I V 1 lltii lv. riu little model here shown is a nice Jne, the skirt frilly, the sleeves bouf 'ant, the round neck giving n pretty Babyish effect. The sash ndds not a little to the ensemble- and to the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 August 1906

MAY DEPOSE MADMAN. tNBANE B.TJXEB OF ' BAVAHIA GROWING WOBSE. King Otto 8id to Bt Now II Ting Li k a Wild Animal Loyal Sub- i Jects Still CalebraU Hia Birthday. Vienna. In well Informed quarters here It Is considered probable that the Insane King Otto of Buvarla wlll'be deposed In the near future. A change In tho Bavarian constitution, howeverH would be necessary before this could be dune. King Otto, who was Insane whan lie ascended the throne 20 years ago, has grown worse each year, and Kllf(l OTTO OF BAVARIA. (Insane Kulor Who, It Is Said, Will Boon Be Deposed.) Is now living like a wild animal. He permits nobody to approach him. Ills only nourishment Is bread crumbs and dried liult He la in a frightful condl tlon from neglect, which his physlcluns and custodians are unable to remedy because, according to monarchical tra dition, they ere not permitted to nse force. . It U only once a year that the public hears anything of the Insane king, and that is when his loyal subjects cele b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 August 1906

Jackson Herald. KEIVMl.lt'AN IN I'OMTlCd. B. F. LUSK Pi'iiuhjiku Enteric Bt 1 lit pontcflW m .Inrmmn. Mo. aa cond-clKiiii matter St'Vn.lr . IfVT. Terms for the IIkkald are a ffil- For one year 1 1.00 Sii month SO Three months 30 " Heetdem't 12 AnvEKTlPtNO Ratks: Lorain fie per lino ench innfrtion. rriifwMiinal Card 5 jut year. Lt'jr.il Advertte nientd Irjral rate. I isplay arl rate niKilf known on B'ilir;iti'm. .1ACKSON. MO.. .M'C. 2, 1WH. CONVENTIONS. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, July 2tith. Court Directory County court meets nt Jackson j the first Monday in February, May, August and November. i Probate court meets at Jackson the second Monday in February, ; May, August and November. j Circuit court meets at Jackson the first Monday in January, May and the third Monday in August. ' Common pleas court meets at Cape Girardeau the fourth Mon day in January, May and Sep tember. DIRECTORY rorNTY IllKKCTOKY. Fred. E. Kies Ileprcsentativo Hernhnrd (i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 August 1906

occooocoooooocoooccoocooccooooooccoooccooooooooooooocooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I The Great Mid-Summer Clearing Sale a 3 FOR CASH OR PRODUCE ONLY AT -... ISRUENIN KERSTWER'DRY DS Co. D 3 U a o Hundreds of satisfied customers have taken advantage of and .have been benefitted bv saving money on their purchases. More and better bargains are still on hand. Our stock of bargains is so great this time that it will take all of the remainder of this and next week to close them out. Some things that we intended putting in the sale did not arrive in time. These we put in Now. Then some things things did not move out as fast as they should; these we have cut to prices that will move them. We are determined to reduce our stock, as we need the. room, and we make prices that do the work. BEGINNING THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, AT I O'CLOCK P. M., WE WILL PUT ON SALE o a a a SJ 13 0 a Q a a a a D a o o a lot Simpsons nnd American Best Calicos, irregular lengths, clearing price per yard 2iC In our Clothing ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 August 1906

JlMii! I FOR CASH OR PRODUCE ONLY lflfOfl1 Sale begins August 2 and closes August 1 1 ' This feast of bargains we have planned Mr you is at hand. Our Great Loom End Silt will show the people of Jaekson and vicinity for many miles around what an he done in the way of modern merchandising. It will again demonstrate our ability to buy cheap and sell cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. Case after case and bale after bale of Choice Merchandise has been bought for this Sale at remarkably Low Prices, which enables us to offer the Greatest Bargains ever presented in this vicinity. Head every item and every word in this advertisement and accept our statements as facts, as we are here to prove and back uj our statements with the Goods and Prices. The plain truth will Certainly fill this Store ti OVerfllWingi N sure to come early atid get your share of the Bargains. .3.000 yards of Simpsons best prints worth 7c per yard anywhere in the "World, Loom End Sale fr Price Jt W-inch Silkoline, worth ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 August 1906

Real EtUtt Tranafert. Articles of Agreement . have been filed in the office of the cir cuit clerk of the South Side Real ty Company, Cape Girardeau. Louisa Hoffman and Arthur and Herman Hoffman to George Rodemeyer and . Wm. C. Bahr, 12.15 acres, out lot 62, Cape Gi rardeau, $3600. ; ' ( I . Annie; L. Montmery,. and husband to Barbara Backman, lot 11, range C, Cape Girardeau, 1375, ' ; John P. Strong to W. R. Pat terson, 10.85 acres, aec 2, tp 30, r 11, M0OO. Ida J, James and husband to Wm. C. Penney, 5 acres in.U. S. survey 788, tp 31, r 13. J. M. Randol and wife to Jef JACKSON LIHE JACKSON, no. Maiiufiu'turvre of "Pearl of Cape County The strongest White Lime in the market, and ia made of the celebrated Cape Girardeau County Marble ' :: :: :: WHY DON'T YOU SEE CARMEAN BROS.! We want to figure with " you on that ORAtllTOID SIDEWALK you are going to build. We do all kinds of CONCRETE work and that's all. 8-23 l LUMBER, hj LATHS, m i CEMENT H if BUILDING MATERIAL ' jf P HENDERSON'S LU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 August 1906

Hay Fevor and Summer Colds. Victims of hay foyer will ex perience great benefit by taking Foley's Honey and Tar, as it stops difficult breathing imme diately and heals the inflamed air passages, and even should it fail to cure you it will give in stant relief. The genuine is in a yellow package. Sold by the Jackson Drug Co. ORDER tF Pl'BUl'ATION. State of Missouri. County of Cape t'lrardeau. t In the Cape ('Irarrleau Court of Common i'leaw of Cape (iirardeau County. Mav Term. Arlella A. Wrinkle, Plaintiff, vs. William Wrinkle. IWendant. The State of Missouri, to the above named defendants, greeting: Now here thin liith day of .lune. l'Ni, in session of term time of Cape irardau Court of Common Pleas of t"app (ilrardeau County. Missouri, at May term. punt, of said Court, comes plaintiff herein hy attorneys of record lierein, U-fore said 'oiirt and on lie half of plaint ill Hies pi t it ion in suit herein, anil also affidavit of plaint ill herein, among ot lier mattersof action allein...

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