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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 5 March 1904

. ternas- -4 , . "VA." ' " ét I. 111, 5ttPX-' Tífe many Friends, of John BUñinl will be pleased to learn that he has entirely . recovered from his attack of rheumatism Chamberlian's Pain r3alm cured hi in after the best doctors in the town C Motion, Ind, ) had failed to g-iye him relief. The prompt relief form pain which this lini rcie.nt affords is alone worth many times its cost. For sale by St. Johns Drug- Co. "W ANTE D - SEVERAL INDUS tr.ous persons in each state to travel for house ' established eleven years and with a large capital, to call, upon merchants and agents for successful and .profitable line. Permanent en gagement. Weekly cash salary of $24 and all traveling- expenses and hotel bills advanced in cash each 'veek. Experience not es- senlial. Mention reference and: enclose self-addressed envelope. THE NATIONAL, 332 Dear-i born St-, Chicago- 6-1 8 : WANTED j : Special Representative in this county and adjoining territories, ; to represent and advertise, an old establish...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 5 March 1904

SNlfS & ST. JOHNS Hl&KALD. It .V. - te 'if lp ; V. ijrt, ; 1 - 1 ' It r r vV Í r- h lift maintain, and operate plants and works for the development of such lands, and for the handling, preparing:, and rendering com mercially available, the various products thereof. Third: To breed, raise, a-nd deal in cattle and livestock of all kinds, and carr', on a general cattle and agricultural business. Fourth: To construct reser voirs, dams, ditches, culverts, flumes, and other works; intend ed for use in connection with, the irrigation of lands, or; the sup plying of water to theguiblic for agricultural, manufacturing and domestic purposes. Fifth: To acquire pl&t, own, andsell townsites, and. towaiiois. Sixth: To construct, purchase, owm, operate,, and sell hotels. Seventh: To. buy, hold and sell all kinds? of stoeks, bonds; and securities. Eighth: To acquire; build, improve-, leaser and sell all kinds ot hpuses, and buildings, fin.th: To manufacture lum? ber,,iroji; steel, manga...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 March 1904

SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HE RALD rr-r: SNIPS, & HERALD Vol. 2, No. LI. ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., MAR. 12, 1904. SNIPS, Vol. 3, No. -'7 HERALD, Vol. 20 No. 25 LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS "I know not what the truth may be, I tell to you as 'twas told to me." Isaac Barth returned Monday from Hoi brook. Hank Sharp came in from the ni tigre this week. Fred Coalter was down from .Springerville Monday. L. J- Brown, of Eagar, was in town this week on business. A new porch is being added to the Jerry Gonzales building-. J. C. Lathrop, the sewing Machine agent was here this week. Fred Huning came in from the Ciénega Tuesday and left Tor Albuquerque. Local option passed into his tory Monday and as a result we have four saloons. Deputy Sheriff Hazel wood,- of Gila County, and Charles Fought were in town Monday on business- A wagon load of fine looking coal was brought in this week from the newly discovered coal fields of this county. - Dr. Flake, the dentist, is in town and is ready to do all kinds of den...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 March 1904

SSlJfS &-ST. JOHNS idJJ)kAJÜ, II? a ST' y;. i Irrigation Statistics. A preliminary report of irriga tion in the territory of Arizona for 1902 has been transmitted to the Director of the Census by Chief Statistician L. G. Powers. The report was prepared under his direction by Clarence J. Blan ch ard and is based upon informa tion obtained by correspondence and through field investigations by William J. Barrows. It will soon appear as a part of the irri gation report for the United States for the year 1902 The statistics are for the several drainage basins, and indicate considerable progress in irriga tion since the crop year 1899. The industrial art of irriga tion in the United States began in Amona, and indications are found throughout the valleys of the Gila and Salt rivers that large areas now barren and for bidding were once occupied by a numerous, prehistoric race. The canals now in use in man)' places follow quite, closely the lines of those ancient systems. These early dit...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 March 1904

"tor the most ot its course across irrigation reported along: this streeam is in tbe vicinity of Nutrioso and Springerville, on Nutrioso Creek: Concho, on Con cho Creek: Taylor and Snow flake, on Chiloe Creek: and St. Johns, Woodruff and Winslow, on the main stream. The water supply is usually very good and with proper storage works sev eral thousand acres more could be irrigated. In 1902 the water from steams, springs and wells within this drainage basin was utilized to irrigate 11,855 acres belonging to 461 farms. T.here were 79 systems, comprising 18b miles of main canals and ditches, con structed at an initial cost of $265,701, an average of $22.41 per irrigated acre. Water from the main stream was diverted by 45 systems whose first cost was $218,900. The number of farms was 298 and the number of acres irrigated, 7,270. There were 117 miles .of mam canals and ditches. WANTED Agents, Hustlers, Salesmen, Clerks and everybody who wants to enjoy a good hearty laugh to send 50c for 4...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 March 1904

SJNJLFS 5ST. JUMISS JbiJJJKAbU. Snips and St Johns Herald! committeeman. The next con- NON-PARTISAN. Published every Saturday At St. Johns, Arizona. The Official Paper ot Apache County. vention will be held at Rrescott. LLOYD C. HENNING, Editor and Proprietor. The Wool Crop. The buyers of eastern dealers have completed their work in the Salt River valley and are now Isaac T. Stoddard, Secretary leavin for oU,er fields- 0ver! of the Territory of Arizona, has ha" the crop was taken by the. sent in his resignation to Presi- bnyers. al1cl U 18 Pbable no. dent Roosevelt, who has accepted trouble wiU be fouml 1,1 eetn ; it. Mr. Stoddard will step out a market for what is left. Alto-: of the office April 1st. His sue- ether tbe bu'ers tmk UJ 1'160'" ,. 4. x k :..j uuu pounüs ot wool. i ne pur-: cessor ,and there is a grood deal of guess ing: as to who will gret the office. The president will probably ap point a Rough Rider. chases were divided among" the buyers as follows: John Salter, j 3...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 March 1904

SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HJfiKAXiiV 1 GIVEN AWAY tó get the people to talk about BIXXKR' PHYSICAL, TRAINING IN penmanship, the best method of instruction in the worldSaves per cent, of time, etc. Merit Prizes, Surprise Prize, Prize Prizes, Sure Prizes, Big- Prizes, Little Prizes, Contingent Prize and other Prizes tor little folks and 'bi; folks. Send 10c for Business Penman, 12 Writing Mottoes sample rapid Writing-, skilled Bird Flourish, and full particulars. (1 Surprise Prize will be included, worth from 10c to a St., and a $10 Prize Prize goes with each 100th 10c order conditional. ) Prof. G, Bixler, 97 Ogdeu, ave. .Chicago, 111. , V7?H Not IJeíp Your L iase, Lut Will We alien Your Ncrv'-s. , Polks who think it Is bettor to bear pr ' . than soothe it art wronsr. fashioned .i.'tv.'lors u?d to , say it wti b"tter, because thoy had nothing 'with which to ease pain byt dangerous, h.i i r para I; rr drujiH. But now, that a safe remedy has béen fou.-vl. Dr. M.Icvs' Anti-Pain Pills, it is ...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 March 1904

HOLBROOK, CONCHO & ST. JOHNS STAGE LINE. 13 A, vid 1C. Udall, Proprietor. TIME TA DUE, lUuve Holbrook daily 9: Leave Woodruff daily 11 Loa vo Station daily . 6: Leave Concho dnily 9: Arrive St. Johns daiiy , 12 Leave St. Johns daily 5 Leave Concho daily 8: Leave Station daily 10 Leave Woodruff daily 5: Arrive Holb rook daily 7: PASSENGER FARES. 00 a. 00 a. 80 p. 00 p. ;40 a. :00 a. 00 a. 30 a. 00 p. 00 p. i in. ! m. ' m. ! m. j m. in. m. m. m. m. 'TT.'1V.k1. w .1 Mt. n n r .XIUIUIUUK IU t UUU1 Ull 2U.D VJUllllllU t.ilU " St Tr.line - R fifi uv. uuii ua iv vuubiiu. j..uu station : z.ou " Woodruff 5.25 " Holbrook 6.00 Stop-over Priviledges allowed at any point along the line. Fifty pounds of baggage car ried free for each full fare passenger. Express carried to all points along the line For rates inquire of our agents. f No special passenger or express rotes. Agents. J. 11. HULET, Holbrook; Arizona. BERNARD SCHUSTER, Concho, Arizona. . A. it B. SCHUSTER. St. aohns, Arizona. A WOND...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 March 1904

-?5v ' "r me iiasnv friends of Tni-m BlOnnt will be leased to learn thftt he lias entirely recovered from his attack of rheumatism. Chamberlian's Pain Balm cured hi in after ihe best doctors in the town (Motion, Ind,) had failed to Rive him relief. The prompt relief form pain which this lini ment affords is alone worth many times its cost. For sale by St. Johns Drug: Co. WAN TE D S JáVER AL INDUS trious persons in each state to travel for house established eleven years, and with a large capital, to call upon merchants and agents for successful and profitable line. Permanent en gagement. Weekly cash salary of $24 and all traveling expenses and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. Experience not es- senlial. Mention reference and enclose self-addressed envelope. THIS NATIONAL, 332 Dear born St., Chicago. 6-18 WANTED Special Representative in this county and adjoining territories, to represent and advertise an old established business house of solid financial standing. Sal ary $21 w...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 12 March 1904

vkvmrm. r maintain, and operate plants and works for the. development' of such lands, and for the handling, preparing", and rendering- com mercially available, the various products thereof. Third: To breed, raise, and deal in cattle and livestock of all istence if fifty years. NUMBER AND RESIDENCES OF DIRECTORS That the number of directors of said corporation is five, and the names and residences of those who are to serve for the first kinds, and carry on a general -redr dre lulluWb cattle and agricultural business. I names Fourth: To construct reser- Howel Jones, voirs, dams, ditches, culverts, H. U. Mudge, appeared MbVgfr jqguil U. Mudge, who are pfcrsófo&tty knowntome to be the perspns whose names are subscribed ' to the foregoing instrument, and who reside in the State of Kan sas, and acknowledged to me that thev executed the same. In vVitness Whereof, I have. residences, hereunto set my hand and affixed Topeka, Kansas, my official seal in said county do the day and year fir...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 March 1904

SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERA UD í CM-- SNIPS, & HERALD 2, 1N0. 12. 6T. JOHNS, A.RIZ., VIAJ&. 19, .1904. SNIPS, -Voh3, No28 ,HElMLPVoUÍ0 lip. mft LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS "I know not what the truth may be, I tell to you as 'twas told to me." Joseph Udall, of Eagar, was in town Thursday on business. The district court will prob ably meet here on Monday April 18th. Amnion McFate was down from Alpine this week on busi ness. Judd Lathrop, the sewing- ma chine agent, arrived in town yes terday. Tom Phelps, of Springerville, was a business visitor here Wed nesday. The Snowflake orchestra will "five a dance to-night in the Armory Hall. Henry Overson received a large number of fruit trees this week from Colorado. Frank Nicolls returned from Ft. Wing-ate this week where he has been employed, by .Uncle Sam. L. R. Gibbons, the genial clerk in the A. C. M. L, left for St, Johns Tuesday. Holbrook Argus. Sheriff Peralta and Frank Ruiz returned from the 'northern part of the county this week. ...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 March 1904

tunity td celebrare thfct anniver- -d hl t .: Arizona's New Secretary, According- to press dispatches from Washington Colonel George W. Dunnof NewYorl. has been appoiufédí SeA-ejjtry of Arizona to succeed Isaac T. Stoddard April 1st. Col. JDu nn is at present chair man of the Republican Central Committee of New York and is also a member of the State Kail road Cohimiásion which brings him á salary of $8,000 per year. the Territory had unconsciously done him the honor o! setting the meeting on his birthday, thus affording him an oppor saryin a Republican 'convén tioii, which seems to have proven highly satisfactory to both par ties in Arizona. . At least both parties ha ve expressed themselves that way. The Captain was a Union soldier and has held vari ous positions of trust and is now J V v , WWU 1 VUJ.. ftVis ii r.lnsp fripnH nf SpÁninr!6 Probate Judge and ex-Officio Piatt of New York and Ex-Sec-j Scllo1 Superintendent of his retary Stoddard: Mr. Dunn has!count' He has been in Arizo...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 March 1904

se ABiWiu r -í 4 ; ; fits-. SNlPiá i bT. JOHNS HJÍJiÁXjS. , .1 .;; ; Ir . - , ' " ' ,) " ti ' , i , . i hi . H't 'if 'i O A coif d Mi sed in ilk factory has Üeen established at Tempe, Ari-' zona by P. B. Hough. This in dustry should pay well in Ari 55na. ! ' It is reported that Senator 'Clark will remove the great United Verde Company Camp from Jerome to Jerome Junction, a point thirty-live miles from Jerome and fourteen miles from Prescott. it is said that an ef fort is being made to locate water at Jerome Junction, and if it can be secured in sufficient amounts, th immense smelters will certainly be moved. WANTED Special representative, in this county and adjoining territories. , to represent and advertise an old j established business house of solid financial standing. Salary $21 weekly, with expenses ad vanced each Monday by check direct from headquarters. Horse and buggy furnished when nec essary; position permanent. Ad dress Blew Bros. & Co., Motion Rldg., Chicago 111. 6-1...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 March 1904

rÍJtftl na , SiSljeS fcíál 'JUHNvS IrJJtsJKAJwD. A i f I ot Snips and StV Johns 'Herald. ' 'NON-PARTISAN, I'M 'if. ! Published vry Saturday at St. Johns, Arizona. The Official Paper ot Apache County. LLOYD C. HENNING, Editor and Proprietor. States Diversification farms, a recommendation for the repeal The first one is to be situated of the timber and stone act. near Colombia, S. C, and thirty . The commission will continue others are to be operated in the its investigations of the desert Southern states. One fourth of land law and the commutation a farm not less than fifty acres clause of the homestead law. may be planted with cotton; the The report is signed by W. A. remainder must be devoted to Richards, the Commissioner of feed for live stock. This may the General Land Office, Gifford be hogs or dairy cattle. Seeds Pinchot, the Forester of the ri-ir Vi-ilf rf fl-io fort i 1 i 'wi-e Flft'tSii rhiiftit of A irr ini I f II rf rinrl JWr-All tuttcrlptiani must be pafd in ADVANCE. ! . ...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 March 1904

íSJNlJfb fe ST. JOHNS HUKAJÜJJ. to get the people to talk about BlXtHR' PHYSICAL, TRAINING IN penmanship, the best method of instruction in the world Saves Lh) per cent, of time, etc. Merit vjuipiiac rnze, jrrize Prizes, Sure Prizes, Big- Prizes. Little Prizes, Contingent Prize and other Prizes for little lolks and bi folks. vSend K)c for Business Penman, 12 Writing Mottoes sample rapid Writing, skilled Bird Flourish, and full particulars. (l Surprise Prize will be included, worth from 10c toa$l., and a $10 Prize Prize goes with each 100th 10c order conditional.) Prof. G, Bixler, 97 Ogdeu, ave. Chicago, 111. (Bustav Becker Q e rt e ral Mer cha ..Sprlrigervflle,, Srizona, i se IV iff Kfibi constiiHtlv on hand a lure and vell selected stook of ... Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, 'BOOTS' 'A'N'D SHOES' t. Au everything usually found in a First-Class Establislnnetil Any article not in stock will be furnished on special order and on short notice. W e Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr. Miles' ...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 March 1904

i"?'' HOLBROOK, CONCHO & ST. JOHNS . .. " .T " I STAGE LINE.. David K. Udall, Proprietor, TIME TABLE, - , leavo Holbrook daily DíiíO a. iW Leave Woodruff daily 11 :00 a. m. Loavo Station daily V.. ....... ... 0:80 p. m. Loa ve Concho daily OiOO p. m. Arrive St. Johns daiiy 12:40 a. m. DbayaSt. Johns daily ,s.t .t 5:00 a. m. Leave Concho daily f. S":00 n. m. Leave Station daily 10:80 a. m. Leave Woodruff daily 5:00 p. nv Arrive Holbrook daily. . . . .'..., ....... 7 :00 p. m. PAS8ENGBK KAKBS.' ifólbrook to Woodruff . 7S " Station , 2.50 St. Johns. .... tT.'J:: . . 6.00 St. Johns to Concho.... K'.ñ.ák.;'ii.,tí 1-W " Station .v. . .'.v.. .. . 2.50 Woodruff . 5.2P , Uol brook I , 0.00 :r &?ív StOD-over Priviledtres allowed at any point m along the line. Fifty pounds of baggage car ff v,. rjefl free for each full fare passenger. ISxpross carried to all points along the line For rates inquire of our agents. No special passenger or express rates;.' Agents. J. R. HULET, Holbrook, Ar...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 March 1904

s The" man)-, friends of John j Blount will be pleased to learn that he has entirely recovered from his attack of rheumatism. Chamberlian's Pain Balm cured him after the best doctors in the l own (Motion, Ind,) had failed to give him relief.' The prompt relief form pain which this lini mfcnt affords is alone worth many times its cost. Frsale by St. Johns Drug Co. WANTJ2D-SJEVERA.LINÜÜS-tnous persons in each state to travel for house established eleven years and with a large capital, to call upon merchants and agents for successful and profitable line. Permanent en g gement. Weekly cash salary of $24 and all traveling expenses and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. Experience not es- senlial. Mention -reference and enclose self-addressed, envelope. THE NATIONAL, 332 Dear born -St., Chicago. 6-18 WANTED : Special Representative in this county and adjoining territories, to represent and advertise an old established business house of solid financial standing Sal ary $21 weekly, wit...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 19 March 1904

mai.ntain,and. opera te plants and works for "the development of such lands; iánd fórthé handling, preparing, and' 'tendering com mercially avalla blevi tbe various products thereof: Third: To breed, raise, and tsence if fifty years. NUMBER AND RESIDENCES OF DIRECTORS That the number of directors of said corporation is five, and the names and residences of those who are to serve for the first deal in cattle And livestock. of all kinds, and carry ion a general i 3rear are as follows: cattle and agricultural business. ! names appeared Howel Jones, and H. U. Mud tre. who are uersonnll v. ; known to me to be the persons y whose names are subscribed to . the foregoing instrument, and who reside in the State of Kan sas, and acknowledged to 'me that thev executed the same. In Witness Whkrkqf, I have residences hereunto set my hand and affixed . Fourth: To construct reser- Howel Jones, Topeka, Kansas. I my official seal in said county voirs, dams, ditches,' culverts, i H. U. Mudge, do the d...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 26 March 1904

3; fv -t ;',t" I SNIPS & ST. JOHNS HERALD 4í ' If.lWlilL ? SMTPS. .fe HFiRA TiD Y 01. 2, iNO. 13. ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., MAR. 26, 1904. SNIPS, Vol. 3, No, 29 HERALD, Ybil 20 No. 27 . . . - . . . LOCAL AND . PERSONAL NEWS "I know not what the truth may be, I tell to you as 'twas told to me." Burr Porter, the sheepman of Show Low, was in town this week on business. We were visited by a nice shower Wednesday morning-. The country needs more of it. Benj. Brown, a prominent sheepman of Eagar, has been here this week on business. Tom Irwin came down frotó Springer vi lie Wednesday, arid left Thursday for Bakersfield, where he is employed as a Loco motive engineer. Tom is an old timer here having learned the trade in Winslow. "Hdlbrook Argus. Captain Hogue took evidence in the case of Jess Slade vs. Mrs. Ballejos Thursday. Mr. Slade was contesting the .Homestead entry of Miguel Ballegos. Ben jamin Brown and W. A, Maxwell were here as witnesses in the case and Isaac Barth. appeared as attorn...

Publication Title: Snips And The St. Johns Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Snips and the St. Johns herald. — 26 March 1904

- vi'-- ' '.. y, ., 8Nre & ST. JUHMvS JrJii)kAbD. ff 'V 1 P II i! f ft "MU .,- Ifi. Ui ' -a Kt1 Concho Callings. Born on the 19th inst, a daughter to Mrs, , Laura B. Faught. . , , Bernard Schuster has returned from a two weeks visit to his home in El Paso, Texas. The Home Dramatic will pre sent the drama "Betwixt Love and Money' Saturday evening1. 'Stoyell Cheney, who has been lying- at the point of death with inflamatory rheumatism for the past month, is slowly improving-. Mr. and Mrsr John Sherwood Nichols had been recommended for this appointment by Governor Brodie of the territory. "In the event of the confirma tion of the appointment Mr. Nichols will assume the duties of the office on April 1 ." In is not yet known who Gov. so that when the loca Brodie will appoint to fill the mentions his wares and advertía most aré tile most, barren for the Foreign house, says an exchange. It is not the inclination of the average persoli to send awn 3 for an article when it can be gotten ...

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