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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1907

kzat wol a tcum '' Kirtrtot4 Hlmmtt swat rl Iwmw Frew What teemed Mf. less PeeltJen. . It the time of the conquest of Jtfexico, the Spainardu under Mon tej'o, an officer under Cortez, occu pied Chichen-Itra for two years, be ing engaged in almost daily combata with the Indiana. Finally the Indi ans laid regular siege to the place, and so hard did they press Montejo that he decided to retreat. But how to get away was a difficult question. Finally, after sereral fruitless sal lies, ha set out one night in the midst wf Thriving tropical stornr. He took the precaution to muffle the horses' hoofs with eloths. To deceive the In diana, a dog was left behind. The dog waa tied to a pole that had on it a bell and a piece of meat. The dog had been starred for three days and was ravenously hungry. Every time the dog made a spring for the meat he would jingle the bell. This so re assured the Indians that they did not discover the flight of the Span iards until the latter, were several hours on t...

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 December 1907

w, H.Miller,Prs.',yy..Cacraft,Vic'PrtM. Ed. Howard, Cih rAlvn Bom, Aut.Ct h'r, . -,.- . y ,( . . v - . : Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. FOR CHRISTMAS BUYING. Girardeau County Savmes Jl K have a hiir store full of up-to-date choice goods that make the lest and most usi' fill Christmas pres I onts. There arc only a few days left for Christmas shopping, and if reasonableness of price and oual- Bank - lty and choice selection ol goods are tin inducement, we should have the biggest business we have ever had. We have a number of things that were bousrht, in llv-Walker Drv Goods Co. Clrent Pemnv. Capital $50,000,00. Surplus $45,000,00 Absolute Security to Depositors We solicit your bminess, promitinjj eaiy accommodation contislent with sound and consaivative Btnkine. al Sale we are able to offer at prices way below value. Our Furniture Department is stocked with a, nice line of goods at very reasonable prices, goods ranging from a small child s rocker to Pianos. Our Dry Goods department...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1907

1 i j - 11" i 1 1 I1-'-' j I I I Ofiu x t r a! 0 A TERRIBLE CRASH! STARTLING SURPRISES! REDICULOUS PRICES! LOOK! NEVER BEFORE! NEVER AGAIN! THE GREATEST EVER KNOWN! READ! ( 4 IP) V 0 E I WE THANK YOU : The most sensational sale ot the agel An event that will blaze a trail through tangled masses of competition and set people talking for miles around and long remembered. l JUST A WORD I? S W wish to thank the good J o people of Jackson and sur- rounding territory for their 2 liberal patronage thry have 2 i given us since we bciran bus- 2 Fness In Jackson. We regret 2 that we w ill not be wit h you J k many more days, but as-ure 2 j on some of the blggsst Irar- 2 gains ever known of before J and trust that you give your 2 earnest, support as you have 2 during the past, in order to l help us to close out this 2 mammoth stock byChrislmas time, J SAID REEHAN Successor to Reehan & Abraham. South High Street Jackson, Missouri. S8fi3G UT O s 12 To our frisnds and the Public Those who hav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 December 1907

Local News Wheat is 90. For your coal and wood see Everett House. Big assortment of Leggins at C. H. Wolters. Sole leather, all kinds at C. H. Wolters. Boys saddles, all kinds at C. H Wolters. Go to Fruitland store company for your holiday goods. Buy your Xmas Lap robes from C. H. Wolters. For wood and coal, the best on the market, call up 211. Buggy harness from $7 to $25 at C. H. Wolters. More new horse blankets at C, H. Wolters. Blanket your horses, $1 buys a nice blanket at C. H. Wolters. I have some fine bargins in bug gies, see them before you buyC H. Wolters. Have you seen that line of Tovs and Dolls, etc., at G. Mil- tenberger & C Buy a carriage heater and be made comfortable when out driving, see them.C. H. Wolter The Fruitland store company is the head quarters for Xmas goods of all kinds. If you want extra good values at low prices on ovecoats and clothing call and see our large assortment. G. Miltenberger & Co. Bruneing &: Kerstner gives their bargains in thi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 December 1907

The Jackson Herald t AAent to this offloe will pIVW Mcuri youth newsiest paper published In the county a whole year The Jsckasn Herald, Jackson, Mo.: Vol. XI Jackson, Missouri, Thursday, December 26, 1907. No. 7 Who Does Your Printing? Is a question that Interests both of ua. If the Herald la not doing It we both are los ltiimony. Quality beat. Local News Wheat is 90. Miss Roena Shaner is spending the holidays at home. For your coal and wood Ree Everett House. J. H. Sawyer of Fruitland was in our city, Tuesday. Big assortment of Leggins at C. H. Wolters. Sole leather, all kinds at C. H. t: saddles, all kinds at 0. II s. your Amas Lap roues i rom Wolters. or wood and coal, the best the market, call up 211. Buggy harness from $7 to $25 C. II. Wolters. More new horse blankets at C. H. Wolters. Blanket your horses, $1 buys a nice blanket at C. II. Wolters. Fred IjaPierre of Wisconsin is in our city to see Santa Claus. 1 have some fine bargins in bug gies, see them before you buyC. II. W...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 December 1907

OKDKK OK SAliK UNPKK j Haptist Church of the city of SCHOOL FUND MOKTtiAOK iCapo Girardeau, borrowed of the Whereas on the twelfth day i county of Cape Girardeau the of May.' li'U l. Laura .1. ClinrinK-! sum of Four Hundred dollars, be smith.' borrowed of the county of lonRinjr to the capital school Gape Girardeau the sum of Six- j fund of the following described teen Hundred dollars belonging to the capital school fund of said county, towit: The caipital school Hin.'S 01 ine iuiii.iiiik decribed school townships in' said county, in the several amounts set opposite thereto, repsoctivcly, viz: Township No. 8. $ii".(0: township No. 10, 'SSOO.OO: township No. 12, $2ir.0(); township No. 13. $10.00: and whereas in consideration of said premises, and to secure the payment of said sums of money when the same should become due. on. the twelfth day of May, 11X15, the said Laura ,). Clinging- smith executed and ilelivreed to said county for the use and ben efit of asid capital school town shi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 December 1907

mm mm Minimum n -inn rt.r-r. xr, -rc t rsmimf?iowfl '"v(';.n Extra! xfcc-al 1 A TERRIBLE CRASH! STARTLING SBBl'ffiSES! IBtOOLOUS PRICES! LOOK! NEVER BEFORE! NEVER AGAIN! THE GREATEST EVER KNOWN! READ! I II I WE THANK YOU I We w isli to thank the irnod people of Jackson mid sur- rounding it-nil ory for their IIIkthI patroiiaue they have J piven us since wn liejrnn bus- Imoss In Jackson. W regret that, wp will not be. with you JJ niiiny more days, but, as ure wni sori.eof the bljrirsst bar- gains ever known of tie fore J 1 and trust t hat you give your J earnest support as you have ' during the past, in order to J help us to close out tills J mam mot li stock byChvisl mas time, SAID REEH AN The most sensational sale ot the age! An ever.: thai will blaze a trail through tangle masses of competition and set people talking k r miies, around and long remembered. t4 AS? Successor to Reelian & Abraham. South High Streo;: Jackson, Missouri. Rvnin it rfeRfs ess is UUNJVaJ sfJf IS Vs-V'fc,...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 December 1907

V I'''!.!. lCA'llON -vT I act ksou ' '1, "it I. in ivtid W.H.M,ller,Pre.;W.C.Cfacraft,VicePress. Ed.Howifd,Cih'f:Alyin Boti, Awt.Cth'f. m 1 v i i i ;:Mir;iu 1HIV1 Cape ( IV liV 1-1 .M !i A N It. K. t.I'SK .. .1 ACKSl .V 1 1 ' 1 ' riiti'roi :il ll ' !' -' '. I'm r i v i SiX IM'UlO'- i-mil;'.' " i - Atlvi'i iif'nt U.i'. - . llli.- turn in-iTl '"' 1 '. ' n'r yrit l. : ,r v. i COURT CV." t'OlNTY ci '"I: ' MKilll ill II ; ' ' iii Ki'lini.iiy. i .i v ..'i.l v ruou tk rm i: r tar ws"'" i i" 1 "" ' Mond.r in 1 ' "i i'.' and Nj-iiiin i CIIK" I I "' !; I srs-'ii ill in I " i - ' ' 'ill .January ;' l '' lilil:;y in A : ' il Mi - .' ' :it tY.pi- .ii ;i ' ' tin t' , tV:; i ' i ' ! 1 M.iy : 1 1 1 I s , ' i There is i ; David 1 i A i Hi- , and .lean Sharp UVi it of the h'ni.-. . : counter, hia ;io .-. , was done. icm, l-.'OS. ''Ml . Ail i"ll c i'i.;.Mitiir t.'I'.'.f.V. . .1 .In- Girardeau County . , lh-,1 i . : .. ... ! . ..i JMI.I . 'i l.c I.-. !.) r, ! ; i mi- - I., i . ! ' l i : 1 1 i - ! Savin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 January 1908

a.'-'ii Who Does Your Printing? I a question that Interest both of un. If the Herald la not dolnit It we bolhara los ing. money. Quality beat. he Jackson Heraua paper puuu..,. a i whole yearThe farm.. , Herald, Jackaon, Mo.5 Vol. XI 17941 JcHson Missouri, Thursday, January 2, 1908. No. 8 f Local News Wheat is one dollar a bushel. For your coal and wood nee Everett .House. II. jL' McNeely had business in town, Monday. H'tr assortment of Legging at C. il. Wolters. ' J. E. Cotner, deputy sheriff, went to Delia, Tuesday. Sole leather, all kinds at C. II. Wolters. " Hoys saddles, all kinds at C. II Wolters. For wood and coal, the best on the market, call up 211. Buggy harness from $7 to $25 at C. II. Wolters. More new horse blankets at C. II. Wolters. McAtee's store is headquarters for celery. Dlanket your horses, $1 buys a nice blanket at C. H. Wolters. Wanted Sorgum molasses at Hollimeister & Heinberg's. Staple and fancv eatables al ways found at McAtee's. To rent three room house....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 January 1908

ORDER OF SALE UNUMt SCHOOL FUND MORTGAGE Wherea9 on the twelfth day of May; 104, Laura J. Clinging gmith. borrowed of the county of Cape Girardeau the Riim of Six teen Hundred dollars belonging a ftiA mmta! school fund of said county, towit: The caipital school funds of the following decribed school townships in said county, in the several amounts set opposite thereto, repaectively, viz: Township No. 8, $95.00; township No. 10, 4800.00; township No. 12, $245.00: township No. 13, $4(50.00; and whereas in consideration of aaid oremises. and to secure the Dayrtent of said sums of money hm the same should become due. on the twelfth day of May, 1905, the said Laura J. Clinging rnnith executed and dolivreed to said county for the use and ben efit at asid capital school town ship fund, her certain mortgage deed whereby she conveyed to the said county the following described real estate, lying, be in and situated in the county of Cape Girardeau, State of Mis souri,-to-wit: Lot number four (...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 January 1908

RATIONAL W.C.T.U.CONVENTIOX On Nov. 8, 1907, the 34th Na tional Convention of the Wo man's Christain Temperance Lin ion held its first session in Nashville. Tenn., at the First Presbyterian church. The church was beautifully decorated with palm9, ' ferns and chrysanthe mums. The picture of Miss Wil- lard, the flags, the banners and other tokens of our sworn allegi ance to God adorned the conven tion walls. The church was well jRl'ed with workers from all parts of the United States. Missouri was well represented. Our state ( president, Mrs. Clara C. Hoff man, headed the delegation; Mrs. ' BIUI.C H,C"(JICOIUCHIi air large, Mrs. Kate P. Newton, state corresponding secretary Mrs. Mary L. Woods, field secre tary of L. T. L., Mrs. E. B. In gals, National superintendent of Narcotics, MiBses Kfena Shaner Permelia Mahan, national organ izers, Mesdames Maggie Bow man, Susie Howe, Lora S. La Mance and Cassick, all sta te su perintendents, the others who were delegates p.nd alternates. When our...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 January 1908

Jackson Herald BY JACKSON HERALD CO. B. F. LUSK.... President and Editor JACKSON. MO., .lanviary 2, U8. Knterrf at Ih pntofflc t Jnckwiiij Mo. as acoBd-cl mutter Sowmbfi . For one year SlimnnlhK OttiKle miti-B 08 AdvrrtMna Knlini Lorain lx cent pet llneewb Inwrtlon. Professional canU per year. I.mnl anertliwtnnt- legal rat IMnplny nil mien given on application. COURT CALENDAR COUNTY CO PUT meets In refrular tension In .lack son Die tirat Mondays In February, May and November. PKOHATK COPKT meets In retrti lar session 'In Jackson on the Second Monday In February, May, August and November. CUM'PIT COUNT meets In regular sesKlon In .inekson the first .Mondays in January and May and the third Monday In Auuust. COMMON I'LKAS COPRT meet at Cape Olrardoiui In regular session on tlie fou rtli Mondays in January, May and Septemlier. We will now have to write it 1908. Now is the time to make new resolutions. See if you cannot keep more of them than you did last year. One bushel of wheat will ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1908

The Jackson Herald AAient to this office will pi.VV secure you the newaleat paper published In the county a whole yearThe Jackson Herald, Jackson. Mo" Vol. XI Jickson, Missouri, Thursday, January 9, 1908. No. S tibo Does Your Printing? la a question that Interest both of Ma. If the Herald la not doing It wa both ara los ing money. Quality baat. JACKSON BANKS ARE SAFE AND SOUND During the Recent "Financial Quake" Not a Tremor Was Felt Here. During tho last? few days much has been said about banks and iinancial institu tions. In many parts of our country depositors were lim- ited to certain amounts that mey couiu uruw. in omer parts some banks would pay out nothing, but during all this time the bunks of Jack son has honored all checks, gave depositors all the mon ey they wanted, loaned when necessary, and proved much good to the town. Hence, 'we feel like giving each of them u few good words thru the columns of tho Herald. The Peoples' National Bank No better evidence of the prosperou...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1908

The Jackson Herald B. F. lA'SK, rulillabrr! FOR QUICK ACTION 3Z7 ONE OF THE GIRLS Washington Gossip SECRETARY CORTELYOU'S GOOD JACKSON. MISSOURI RECOMMENDATIONS. A Rom! time to sample the simple life. The mrnucr a man In the meaner his opinion ef other men. It Isn't often that one In lucky enough to have a wed. Unit gift re turned. A woman In s-'t. t'nul whipped a six foot bass drum player. It bouts the band how she did It. Tho greatest happiness to A pood tnnn In silently doing pood to tho weak, poor and tinfort'innte. Ho who can see and feel the sum mer of hope tn tho winter of dlscon tont Is a matter of happiness. llorlln doctor are going to black list patlentfi who won't pay. causing M. I), no doubt to stand for "money down." With tho up"ly of gold colli tho mints are luring out. tho "smile that won't wear off" will toon ho re stored. It matters not to the naughty small boy. the black hand or tho whltfl hand. One has as much sting In it as tho other. Sixteen young people In Taun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1908

Y ARTHUR CHAPTER XVII, Continued. "If you were asking that eervlo of Ernest Haildun tt la possible that ha might do It Hut if you ara asklns Ernest Haddon to stoop to dishonor to masquerade In character to which ha has no right" "Ernest Haddon will still do that service." Wo fared each other. Our eyea mot In doflance. Will heat against w!!!; an aggressive purpose against tubborn resistance. Agntn I saw thoso beautiful lira curve In a cruel mile; tho eyea burn with a baneful liRhf. Was she so confident of her prey? Did she think that I should fall so easy a victim to hrr basilisk smile? Jf so, she erred woefully. Hor beauty left me absolutely unmoved. Rather 1t repcllfd. Tho savage nature of the tlgrers showed too plainly la that Instant. i "nut at least you will listen to aay lan?" "Tea," I replied slowly, gating thoughtfully at the flickering logs, "I will listen to your plan. Like yonr elf, I have gone too far to retreat But remember, when you hav told we all, the armed truce may ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1908

ORDER OF fJALE UNDER SCHOOL FUNI MORTGAGE Whereas on the twelfth day of Mav. 1J04. liui a J. Clinging- smith, borrowed of the county of Cape Girardeau the sum of Six teen Hundred dollars belonging to the capital ?chool fund of said county, towit: The caipital Rchool fun s of the following decribed school townships in said county, in the several amounts set opposite thereto, repsectively, viz: Township No. 8, $05.00; township No. 10, $800.00; township No. 12, $245.00; township No. 13. $4(50.00: and whereas in consideration of said premises, and to secure the payment of said .ums of money when the same should become due. on the twelfth day of May, out oi sam capital scnooi town 1905. the said Laura J. Clinging-; ship fund their certain mortgage smith executed and delivreed topped whereby they conveyed to said county for the use and ben-1 the said county the following efit of asid capital school town- described real estate, lying, be ship fund, her certain mortgage 'inland situated in ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1908

Jackson Herald IY JACKSON HERALD CO. " n. T. LUSK....riw'dent and Editor JACKSON. MO., January It, l08. 1 w " Raterwc e ths poetoflVe at Jackenn, Mo. Moond-daea BUMr November 4, 1897. For oa year l.0O HI months At Pino;) copies Advertising Kate) Wain als eentn per lloe each Insertion. profoeMnnalrarfl par year. Legal sdvertlnomcnta-lesnl rntm IHapla ad ratoe itlrco on appeal ion. COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COUKT mrts In reKiilnr session In Jackson tlie first Mondays In February, May and November. TROBATB COUKT meets In regu lar bcrnIoii In Jackson on the Second Mondays In February. May, August and November. CIRCUIT COURT meets in regular session In Jackson the first Monda)s In January and May and the third Monday In Auirusi. COMMON l'LKAS COURT meets at Cape (tirardenu In ic.'iilar n)sIoii on the fourth Mondays In January, May and Septenii er. . Georgia went dry as ntntc on New Year's day. Kansas is making a cam paign for religion. They say Kansas for Christ. Polities aro beginning to as...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1908

ONCE TRACK WALKER, NOW GREAT LAWYER The Career of Martin W. Littleton Selected at Leading Counsel for Harry K. Thaw, It It Predicted That District Attorney Jerome Will Find in Him a Worthy Opponent at Coming Trial. New York. It was buck in 1888 when the following dialogue look place between the foreman of a llttlo rail road down In Texas nnd a rosy cheeked, untiling young trackwalker whoso good nature and ready tongue had earned him a reputation extend ing clear across a Texan township. "You're a pretty bright young man," aid the foreman. "1 suppose some day you expert to bo the conductor of a freight train, don't you?" "No, sir." replied the trackwalker, "I never expect to be that." "You don't? You ought to aspiro to eomcthtng like that. What do you hopo to be?" "I expect to bo a big lawyer in New Yok city." After tne foreman had recovered from hix laughter he said: "Pretty far cry from trackwalker to metropolitan lawyer. Isn't It?" "Ye, sir, but no farther than from .rail splitter...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1908

QUITE AS BAD. Orlgs The Idea of your letting your wife go 'round laying she mad s man of you. Tou don't hear my wife laying that HrlKRs No, but I heard her telling toy wife that ahe did her beat How' This? We Mfor On llunil ul ffciliart Reward for any Mm of t aiarrb tbai caanul b. aured bf Hall's Caiarrb Cure. r. J. cnr.jirr co.,T:fiin. o. Wa. tba aMaraftnad. bar. kamrn K. J. (.'beat? for dm !! 15 rnara. aoa ballafa til in parfiwttr bon rabla lit all liialnta tranaarttuaa aod Snanrlallf fttfla la oatra cia atif ubllffalliwa maria liv hi Arm Walpihii. Kimwan Manviw, aa t Wbtil.aa!a UruaflaU. TitriW. O. W fTalt. Catarrh Our. la taken luitimally . acting aira'ia pvn tha tlM4 and niaaoua aurfaraa or tha - trviraa. Twttmnnta'a ant frva, i'rto. Ta MMa) pat Willi. ftlri li all llrantiiL lk UaU'a auiUr t'uu lur ooatlpuk. Changed Hla Mind. fV 'ell. what are you doing there!" anlfftl thn Inrlv. Arlilrfiaalnff ai rranin who had Just climbed a tree In time to escape a lavage bulldog. "Madam," r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 January 1908

Local News Wheat ia 07 cents a) bushel. K-nk Hm'llor lm pneu monia y.i i-s ('iievi( If Mimcy is vis iting in Sikeston. li. .1. Lows of Anifslmrj; v;is in our city h week. For wood and coal, tlie best on the market, call up 211. Mc A tee's store ia headquarters for celery. .Mrs. If. M. M.-Coml.s is uiU" sick. Staple and fancv eatables al ways found at McAtee's. ( has. Koss, ( col. ) of this city is on the sick list. Mrs. I). 11. Tut tic has been quite sick lmt is better. To rent three room house. Apply to Mrs. Juliette W. Gran ger. A Mr. Vri;:htorol.lMcx i n hail business in our city ibis week. Mrs. K. (J. Sibley has been quite sick, but is hct- ier now. Fresh Oysters and Mrs. La Picrre's mince meat to be had at McAtee's. C. C Well ins;, (col) near Oak llidire, is quite sick with pneumonia. Full procccilinirs of the circuit court will be iriven next Week. The American fencing is the best that can be had. C. W. Henderson bpIIs it. See C. W. Henderson for Amer-j ican woven wire fencinp...

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