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Class: The Coach with the Dragon Tattoo

A little bit of a wobble for the second episode. It was far from terrible, but if it wasn’t for the Doctor Who connection, I’m not sure what would be compelling me to stick with it. 458 more words

Armitage

Ad - John R. Cox

John R. Cox

Attorney at law and solicitor in chancery.

BENTONVILLE – ARK

Will practice in the several courts of Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri… 6 more words

1859

New goods!

NEW GOODS!

Cheap for cash or produce!

C. Jackson has just received a new and beautiful assortment of spring and summer goods, consisting of dry goods, groceries, saddlery, oils, drugs, medicines, glass and queenesware, nails, tobacco, soaps, cotton yard and almost every article usually kept in western stores; which will be sold low for cash or produce. 177 more words

1859

Prices for sale of slaves

The price for Negroes.

At a sale of Negroes in Springfield, Tennessee, last week on 12 months time, prices went beyond all precedent. One lot of 16, none of which was first-rate, and among which there was one aged, two small children, sold at an average of $1,350. 19 more words

1859

Stray pony

Stray pony.

Strayed from my premises on 12 April, a small bay horse pony, well-built, and branded on the right shoulder and under the mane with the letter FB. 51 more words

1859

Work to be had hauling lead

GRANBY MINES!

We have recently taken a look through several of the smelting establishments at Granby, and find that large quantities of lead have accumulated there for want of teams to haul it to the various shipping points. 87 more words

1859

Home for sale in Fayetteville

For sale!

My residence and landed property in the suburbs of Fayetteville. The dwelling house has five rooms and a hall all finished in neat style and arranged with special regard to comfort. 112 more words

1859