I for 'sale my residence in
dto'the business poruor. of
j-b.a-.a exeell.nl garden
- .... . - Af adlfl
i j( 'J nt renin -
10 UVE IN.
LliglW.1 property !'wn
Mobile & 0. RR
f8 i built, ' pla,,n?
Jim-iii r ''d roomy enough
ril,((i 7 ' cud ervanif. A
1,, water and 80 acres
nusi be disposed of
.-.J will be offctcd at
.NOLDS A CO,
. j THE BOYS!
rued from Mobile
ortment of TOYS
ntable for the holi
. vory variety ol tin,
ii.ys; Wax, China,
rcpsed find undress
Almonds and Bra
ncj stock of Dry
" :',rK(' variety:
,ttiv'. Molasses, Spices, etc.
!(, -U sugars.
,,i . ut ol sugars and
leaf J Queenswart.
key and Tinware.
h laree variety of fancy
Hk. Hosiery, ic.
fuhy solicit a call from all
to buy Cheap forCatk. end
lii.it by a courteous and
iwn to all who Mil, to merit
Imge. we Should be nappy
' assortment whether Ibey
clical and Scientific
J io town with a large as
mem ol t lie improved
ill" r. ,brnied Pebble or
iE lEJiS EVES ISTRODLTRD,
J S3U 'A
II iv. soiled is soiled V to'
'irot i md to be cleansed
fish 'trough and through.
h -r hv LimJ n. ma.
w.me of power, and
i THK WATER
nK ROUGHEST AS
v I I.I. A
" HKKlfr RAH
0 SA WiTV TO TUB
ni i 7, . - - - - -
ASTKH AND BBTTRR
J I 'MitklMio. BliMe
"b ...n water iroraahe
ik. . . "Oiovei thu
-f durfb,e' "n hardly
--i it :
John J Colmant
- 1 Columbus. Miss.
DECS leave to enll the attention of
tho public and tbo-e iiitretcd in
beautifvirir lLoir t-rounds, to hit (took
of . .i
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Er
ergreens, Shrubery, Grapevines,
Roses, Bulbous Roots, do.
lie will endeavor to uive satisfaction
to all parties extending to bin) their pat
ronnge. Gardens and Fanev La na will be
laid off and superintended, and specimen
for Treea and Plants left with
Jas. Jones, will be promptly attended
JOHN J. COLMANT.
BIBLES FOR SALE
B DISMUKES hog received from
.ha Hi tile Soninlv a lot of Inrre
Family BIBLES, which bo will sell at
Nov. 30,1859. 8t
OF F E RS his services to i he c it izens
of Macon and the adjoining country
in the practice of Medicine, Surgery,
Office over the Drug store of Sum .
pie & McLelliind. R-sidence opposite
Mr. Jarnagin's, and next to Mtlhodisi
Dec. II, 1859.
hTOVES! STOVES! .
BJ. WARNER has on consign
ment at his Tin Shop, opposite
the court-house, a variety of STOVES
which he will sell on very moderate
Dec. 14. 1859.
THOSE indobted to me for tuition
will find their notes and accounts
at the office of the Macon Beacon.
Dee. 7. 1859
FAST COLOR DIT CALICOES.
TTRTE are now opening a Onclotof
V w Fust Colored Calicoes, of the
best American manufacture, to be sold
st 12 cents a yard.
QAlo, a a large assortment f
STEELYARDS, &o., 4c
Fresh Groceries !
Loaf, Crushed and Brown Supr;
Mackerel in KiU, Codfish, Goshen But
ter and Cheese, Piclles, Catsup, A'c , at
the lowest prices, for sale by
M. A J. I10LBER0.
Dee. 7, '59.
wvLroughton. w a brown
Lir W.H.Wiikii Co. Licol Micon.Mi
tt'tiolriflle and Ect iil Draleri in
AND CENTS X FINISHING GOODS,
Trunks, Vatis Carpet Bags tyc
Oil & India Rubber Clothing,
No. SO north Water St-
(Opposite Dude Uurxthal A Co.)
Nov. SO '59. ly .
COFFE. WARItfeX. & CO.
LIVESTOCK AND PRODUCE
No. Ill North Royal street,
NEAR RAILROAD DFTOT,
J. J. Goffee, Mobile, Ala.
Noble Warren, Itawamba eu. Mi.
A. Warien. Clark co. Mi.
Nor 80, '59. ly .
Fruit Trees for SalT
A T the Beachwwood Nuuseriw,
on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
A descriptive catalogue nf the fruit trees j
will be sent to all appheauts, free of ex
pense. H70rders fur Trees will be promptly
riar.lers drafts (at sitflit) or abort timo
on their faetors will be received in ray
PRICE OF TREES.
PEACHl nd 2 years old, from
trait or bud 25 cents each, or $20 per
APPLE 1 year old from graft or
bud '25 cents each, or $20 per hundred.
PEARS 1 year old from graft or
bud 60 cents each or $40 per hundred.
I'LUMS50 cents eaeb.
Address GEO. S. GAINES, Stats
Line, M A O. RR., Wayna Co. Miss.
Not. 30, 1859. 4
ScmmcrTlMr, Kuiobtt to, list.
OTX vacancies will occur in this
school on the second Moadey of
rebrusry next, and they are respectful
ly tendered to tlx yotlng men ot Noxu
bee eounty under our published terms.
Applications Biutt be made soon to ie
euro them. i '.:
' Address, Gholeon, Mik," " " !'!
Poo. 7, 1859.
Tln,opper Thcef Iron.
fHE Mndeasigned has again
'commenced the above bn-
iness in all its varinua hrunrh,.
In Muc'on Ha solicits a share of the
public patronage, and a call from his
old e'usiomors.: t ,?
The shop is linmcJiaicly bppojite
1 he cod ri-liciuse square, next door to
Crowe It's saddler shop.
..11. J. .WARN EH, Agent.
Oit U, 'S3, if'
, FOR SHERIFF
IV. F. i:llatii2, respectfully of
fers himself to the voters of Noxubee
county as a candidate fur Sheriff, at the
next October election. . -
It . S. C. Foster, we are requested
to announce candidate for Sheriff at
lbs election of 18C0.
V. C. tVilllams, jr.. we are
requested to announce a candidate for
Sheriff at the election io October, 1860.
John T. DlMuiukes, we are
requested to announce a candidate for
Sheriff of Noxubee oounty at the elec
lion in 1860. -
Col. T. Hnynes we annonnce
a candidate for Sheriff of Noxubee coun
ty at the next election.
Ju. Kincnnnon, we are re
quested to Announce a candidnto for the
office of Sheriff, at the electiou in
Jesse BlytllC we are requested
to announce to the voters of Noxubee
as a candidate for the office of Sheriff at
the next October electiou.
J. B. Flicketl, we are requested
to announce a candidate for Assessor at
the Octob?r election 1860.
J. II. Kobblns, we are request-
ed to announce a candidate for Assessor
ut the October election of 1860. .
ErtW. Jackson we announce a
candidate fur Assessor of Noxubee coun
ty at the next election.
It. W. Fcatherston, we are
requested to announce a candidate for
Assessor of N ixubce county at the
election in I860.
Adam La 5 rone, we aie au-
thoriz'd to announce as a candidote
for the office of Asa'S?oT of Noxubee
couniy n the next election.
James Ellnnd, we are request
ed to unnounce u candidate for Asses
sor at the election in I860.
S. IlUCkaby, we ore requested
0 announce a candidate for county
Treasurer the October election I860
Jesse Harmon, is respectfully
mnnunced 10 itie voters of Noxubee u
candi lme for Tiensurer at the October
Jesse. Laffl'Olie we are re-
oueKted to announce a candidate fur
T reasurorof Noxubee county. Election
n October 180U.
B. J. Warner, we are reques
ted to announco a candidate fur Coroner
at the October olection, 1800.
Q. IV. Edwards, respectfully
offers himself a candidate fur Coroner
at the election in October, I860.
justice or the peace Beat No. 3
VV. C, II, Buck, respectfully
offers himself a candidate for Justice of
the Pence, for Macon Beat, No. 3.
GOODS! N'RW GOODS!
JAS. S. SLAUGHTER,
Shuqualak, Miss ,
T EGS leave to call the attention of
JL his friends to his large stock of
DRY-GOODS, confistiu? cf Blankets
Kerseys, Linseys. Culieoes, Jcnis,
Sutim-ty Merinos, Vlaines, Jaconeti,
MH and Swiss Muslins,
Red and while Flannels
3 4, 7 8. 4 4, 0 4, ind 13 4 bleached
3-4. 7-8, 4-4, 5-4 Brown Domestics;
Ready made Clothing.
Ueott, Shoes, Jlats, Caps,
Hardware nf every L ind,
GROCERIES Tobacco. Soap,
Candles. Tea, Powder and Shot;
IIAOCING AMt ROPE,
in fact almost everything ucuslly kept
in an up-country store, all of which he
ofl'erc on very reasanoble terms.
Call ind examine for yourselves, no
charge for showing good ; he will be
on hand all the time ready to wait
upon his frrenrls ns umal.
C3He will give thi! fairest market
price far COT I ON, Dry Cow hides,
Beeswax, Tallow, Chickens, Eggs,
and Turkeys. '
Bhuqiiulek, (Jct.25,-59. ly
DRY GOODS NOTICE.
P.n. Pepper. T3T m. K. Moore. Paul Dorgaa
P. H PEM & CO.,
108 Dauphin St. Mobile,
Sign oj the Golden Sheep J"
IMPORTERS, JOBBERS 4 RETAILERS.
Invite special attention of Planters,
and Wholssale ktytrs to ore of the
la rgest and choice as oriments of
Fall and .Winter Dry Goods,
in i his mtrktt, embracing SJLKS,
POIL DE CHEVRE3,
, , CLOTH CLOAKS,
STELLA and BLANKET
IloopSkirlt, Jlotitry, Laces, nnd
Enbroidries, with a general stock of
LINENS, and ' Wtitt Goods, a lull
line of Blankets, Kerseys,' $ trip a,
Calicoes, Domestics, Ac, SfC. Also,
n large stock ol CARPETS of ery
dtiscriptidn; RUGSj Window Shades,
Cornices, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
&c. Ac. which we offer at the very
futceit scale oj profit fot ioiA, or tit
Nov. 80. 1859. : ly
i. L. SHOTWELL, K- H. H01 WELL
.-5 ?GflOCE ltS,-'.?
17 k !9 front and 13 k Id Commertt tU.
v'vbilt. Ala. ' . t
Nov. 80,.'53 ''. , ; .
New Advert Lsriaent,
If A I plfj
till l U.UU,J
Opposite the Town Uall, at the llo-
narclio llouse, ai d also
Opposite the Courlhous, next to the
Macon Beacon Ojfix,
MACON, MIS3. ;
II have now in store a new Mock
of Wall-Paper and ttlmluw-
Shndes. frotn four le eight feet lot, to
suit oil sixes oi window. Shade flxinsrs
Lorn ices, Caurtain bands, worsted Ta
ble Covers, printed Oil Table. Bureau,
and Stand Covers; Greep, Clue and
Line If Oilcloth for Cavers. Cohutei
unej and Furniture Prints, for sale
y, , M. & J. HOLBERG.
Sheetings, Shirtinss, Oenaburcs.
Quilting?, Stripes, Kerseys, Linscy
&is. Ac. !
Bed and Cradle Blankets of various
qualities and sites. Negro Blankets
from fourteen bits a pair, etc.
White, Red, and. Yellow Flannel,
(nil wool) from 80 bents to $1 25 p-r
yard; also, a lot oi Angola Flannel
tor infants' wear nl 85 cents a yard.
A large lot of Kentucky-Jeans, Sa-
tineis, Cassimeres, Black Doeskin
Casimens black JJroadcloth, lor La
dies Cloaks, .it $2 25 a yard.
American, French and English
Prints, figured ind plain Detains
French Merino, Poilvde Chevre, Sol
ferino Checks, Silk foulards, Debeye'
worsted Robes, Black Silks.
Our own Importation,
A Inrse lot of irench Poplins, plaid
and stripe t 5 bis a yard only.
SHOES and BOOTS.
The best stock cf tines and boon foi
Ladies, Gems and Children's wear;
also, Mitchell's patent Copper Tipped
Children's SHOES, Negroes and boys
Russets and mud Boots at the lowest
A superior stock of Clothing, most
of which are our own manufacure;
also, Gents and Boys Hats and Caps,
all of the luiest style and fashion
Belts' Iioi.net Ribbons, Emb'd Col
lars, Sleevts, Edging nnd Inserting,
Laces. Sewings, Linen Shirt Bosoms.
Marsaillrs Bosoms. Collars, and wrist
bands in Sell, with Buttons and But
ton holes already fixed at eighty cents
the w hole set.
Americnn, French, und German
PERFVMERIEi, many of which
are our own direct importation ; Nail,
Tooth end Hair-Brushes; Horn. Ivory,
and India rubber, Finetooth, Dress 4;
Tucking Combs ; Hair-pins, Ac.
Lady's and Gents Trunks, Vulices,
Carpel and Oilcloth Bags, Moroeco,
Toilet nd Sehonl-Bac, Sadd leva lets,
und Saddlery, Umbrellas, Ac ; all of
which we will sell low and on good
Crockery, Glass and Tinware, Cast
tings. Ac, Ac.
jCarrisge Trimmings, at reduced
M. 4- J. IIOLRERG.
M. Si. J. IIOLBEKG,
Opposite the Court House,
V2" F.EP constantly on hand a good
supply of Family Groceries,
selected for Retail-Tjade, and sold
cheap for catk.
M. J. HOLBERG,
Sotitu ol Beacon Office.
JB. ROBI!lS offers his services
to the public is Collector and
General Agen;. His post office is at
Cooksville, Notubeecounly Miss.
Aug. 31, '59. ly
H. S. 8 HELTON,
C K. MASSF.Y.
Mic n. Mis.
SII ELTON & MASSE Y,
alitor vey 8 at I.aic,
' AND SOLICITORS IN CH.vNCFRW
Office atPlckensiille Ala. t Huron, SUs.
Will practice in the courts of Pickens
villeand the adjoining Counties in
AU. Also, of Noxubee bud the ad
jacent counties m Miss: and also in
the Superior Courts of Alabama and
stay II, '59. 1 ly ;
State of Mississippi,
Noxubee county :
PROBATE COURT liOVF.MDER TERM.
a- n. im. .
Tn tbe matter of tub petition of Alfred
B Cooper, administrator of the estate
of Martin A. Cooper, deceased, and jo
righ tof his wife hoc-deceased, and lega
tee ot John Barnes deceased, to have
coa,miKsiooers appbinted to set apart
and divide or allot to the estate of said
Al ut-i lift A rnAiw iLna'aciiil lir tiitrtt.
est in the oil-Mice of the said estate of
John Barnes deceased ;
To the Bon-resiJeut bolr of John
Barnes, deceased, to-wit : To Crow
son Barnes, &o., t '
tJrOU are hereby notified to bo anil
- appear before this court at the
court bouse thereof, on the 3rd Mon
day hi Jrtnuary, a. r. I860, it teiug
the first day of said term, then ana
there show causo, if any you can, why
commissioners should not be appointed
to set apart and divide Or allot to thu
estate of Martha A. Coopet deceased,
her interest io the balance of the estate
of John Barnes deceased. ,
Issued tbe 28th of Nov: 1859.
: CHARLES BETTS.
Maeon( Not. 80, '59. 4
Stal$ 0 Mississippi,
Noxubee Couufy. '
PROBATE COURT, NOVEMBER TERM.
A. D. 1659.
Io the matter of the petition of the final
settlement of the estate of William
Huokaby, deceased, by Henry O
Beanle'y, administrator de bmiia.non
To the uon-resident heirs of said deceas
ed, to wit: to the heirs of Araphi
Brown, to wit : Elijwbetli Hodge and
her husband William J lodge, Alfred
lluckaby, Robert Iluckaby, Dolila
While and her basband Wiley J.
White, and tho heirs of Nancy St.
John (names unknown)
You and eachdl you are hereby no
tified to be & appear before the Probate
Court, at the court-house thereof, of
Noxubee couniy Misaiseippi.'aforeeaid.
en the third Monday of January I860,
it buing the first day of said term
then and there show cause if any you
can, why v final accounl of II. O
Beasley, admimtrntor of the good,
chattels, rights and credits of said de
cedent shall not be thou and there al
lowed by the cou.t and decited accor
dingly. Issued November 29th, 1 859.
Dec. 7, 1859. tw Clerk
Letters of administration having
hen fir ranter! tn i ht nrwt a rv rrnprt u .
- a . . .0, .
the November term, 1859, ol the hon
orable Probalecourtof Noxubc county
Mississippi, on the estate of Thomas
13. Paulelt. deceased, notice is hereby
given to all persons indebted to the said
estate to corhe forward & make imme
diate paym -n and all persons huving
claims aguirii l he same are requested to
presenttheui,duly probated and regis
tered, within the lime prescribed by
liw or they will be forever barred.
Issued nn the 25th Nov. mber 1 859
LUC IN DA J. PAULETT,
' MATH IAS MAHORNE1L
- Nov. 30, '59. 6w Adm'rs..
Lf.rters of administration havinn
been granted to the undeisigned
aithe November term A. I). I8M. nl
the honorable Probate Court of Noxu
bee ceunty, Mississippi, on the estate
of Thomas W. Irwin deceased, notice
is hereby given to ui I persons indebted
to the said es,ale to come forward and
make immediate pay ment, and ail per
sons having claims against (l.e same
are required to present ihem duly pro
bated and registered wi'.nin the time
prescribed by law, oribey will be for
Issued on the 23d November, 1859.
M.G CASTON, Adni'r.
Nov. 30, 1859. 6w
Letters testemenlary having been
granted to the undersigned ut the
November term, a. d. 1859, of the hon
orable Probate court of Noxubee coun
ty Nississippi, on the estate of John
Robinson deceased, notice is hereby
given to all persons indebted to the
said estate to come forward nnd irula
immediate payment, and all persons
having rlaims against the same are re
quested to present Ihem duly probated
and registered, within the time pre
scribed bylaw or they will be forever
Issued on the 25th November, 1859
LEWIS E, SMITH, Ex'r.
Nov. 30, 1859. 6w
4.DMINISTRA TOR'S 0T1CE.
Letters of administration having
heen o muled tn the under.si.'iied
o -------- a -
olihe October term A U. 1859, ol iht
honorable Probate Court of Noxubee j
couniy, Mississippi, on the estate of j
J. Pu Ilium deceased, notice is
uereoy given loan persons inuvoieu io
the said rstate to came forwurj and
make immediate payment, and ell per-
sonsih.iing claims against the snmei
are rea'iirtd to nresent them, dulv '
probated and registered within the
lime prescribed by law, rr ihry will
be forever bafrec!-. ' ' '
H. 0. BEASLEY, Ainr
Oct. 25, o9. Cw
ettreks of Rdmiiiiitration liuving,GiEkK.cic.,.i,Uiafe "iibu.i-
"-"been granled to the undersigned at
the November term A. D. It 59 of the
tlonorable 1'iobute Louri ol jNoxnhee
:ounlv toississirpi on' th estate f
Shen. 3 Hudson deceased, rotire is
heri'by given to all pcrsorttt indebted
to the said estate to come forward dnd
fhiike immediate payment and all per
sons having claims against the same
am required to present them duly
probated and registered within the
time prescribed by law or they will be
Issued on the 25th November, 1859.
SUSAN H. HUDSON.
1 iNov. 80; 1869.'' 6t Admrs.
Valuable Land for Sale.
fBUE subscriber having offered his
plantation In Noxubeo county for
aala :. mtnA aWk ull hia Vilaikljilinn in
,.. ' ,' t.:ri.: .L.
viarae coun.y, luiuwr.ipi, m..g on ""Orlans asl th aoaih When ihree or mora
Oaktibbcha river, 2p miles Northwest
of Enterprise, containing about nioc
hundred acres ; there is about one hun
dred and fifty acres io cultivation with
a deadening of- sevetity-fiva or eighty
. ... .. . .
snrn. 'I lia uhnvA trnet tin on it nhnnr
thd premises a gin-house and sere,
good substantial bridge, dwelling horj.'e,
negro cabins. & c'. f'ihe springs' and a
good woll of water, and the most healthy
and beautiful building loratibn in East
Mississippi, 1 will give a bargain to
any person wishing to buy snob a place.
Not. 16, 185i. ' - tf -
- -- as HDituuy 10 tins Uortie Insniuiion , ,h,
seven hundred seres of fine bottom landleverhsveiodisiaittohaa, tha As'iculiatalaod
well drained which will yield from 1000 1 nd ileobanioal p.tio ta will b at n
lbsto 1 bale of cotton praert.Mdih.lfffi'"
. - . . . , , .Li. j '"'."" J rut ift!i at a permoent loan-
tv ta fort busheln of corn, there Is ori immn ,,t the .,.uih. B.i u,,.i,r .. ."
- in ,fril 1,
Ait. CAWniu. "Virb.ir.
and General i,.
10, 11,. 12, and 13 South Froir j.
and South Commerce it.
May 17, 1859.
CARLISLE, SMITH & CO.
No. 59 Commerce sfre .
E. C CARLISLE,
WM. A. HMITH. I'
way II, '59. ly
G. B DAMTZLKR, J. B. PERKINS
. I. N DANTZLER.
DAXTZLER, PERKLNS & CO.,
Corner of St. Louis d Wafer sts
Jan. 26, "ii9. ly
21 Commerce st ,
W oiesale Candy Alanufac;
No. 15 Late 1 UDaufhin Street
SION OF THI GOLDEN ELtPHAWT,
riUMLNUKS, at his old and well
known establishment, to manufac
ture nnd keep ori hand a full assortment
of C ANDIES, which he will sell at
LOW PRICES. Give him acall and
ivo, and taste for 'ourselves.
fjOrders irom Ciiy and Country
Mercbgnu, and Planters will receive
prompt attention. Jan. 19, '59. ly
AT THE RAILROAD DEPOT
IVE have again opened the above
House, and now present it to
the public as a First Class Hotel io all
We have furnished it from base td
garret. After two y&r's observation
we ere convinced that another Firs.
Class Ho el is needed in Mobile, and
we aje determined lo make thi the
We mey be equalled, but not sur
passed by other houses.
- Our patrons iro.eiling on the Mo
bile and Ohio Railroad can procure
their tickets at our office.
DRAKE & BARKULOO.
N. B. An omnibus will run every
ten minutes between the Battle Hdusa
arid the Oaruer House, free for ode
Persons sent to Steamboats frfe of
Daggage s'nt Id steamers same rate
us other house...
Nov. 2, 1859. 6m
TO PARENTS. MERCHANTS, 4e.
Who with to give iheT Sons or Clerkl
a practical business education in the
shortest possible time, and lo younj
gentlemen whose time it important-.
OF THE CITY OF NEW O'LEANS,
Folin.lell m i-3j-Chr.er by tha Le.idii
mri nf LoiIkiim, weh Agrieuliural Hi
M -nicil Dl(wnn..nui
C?l.ll S lock $230,090:
" lh'-r' "'"'"P'01""' rooE.iacekaewaai
H. k. cirnr uf Damp and Cum mo a an.
IIIU5CI us ioth T(rir.
, OVEX DAY A.NI KVEMNQ.
N- B. There r peci."l iiarttnenKand Pre.
un lr HOUR KKKPINO. PENMAN.
HI V, MATHKMATIC8, UKRMA.N, LAT.
., FRENCH, Sl'AMSH, kNGLISHi
bralltn my isi.,a
vara aitend in inv
lid until ai nerf.f I .a
hey r or. 1 here are probabi, nut la
tha'iiwu lieiuland ol' ns firmar ludaiilf
biukp And buiiwwa huua in .hit ciif.
Aleru iiaii apply bcra t'ul dr k an J book
kfeperi. Cuuiliry marehtma, Meaanboal tlerfca, Me.,
cin laara m j law daf a lo keep ilicir uukaor
rtcily, of write free handauma riaad.
Cialuto.-a nh lerma, opinions of iha prase
and leading nicu uf ilia nation, etc.. eoai uall
who de.ira llien.vitj
This ie Hie only nlurtered Coonmercia! Cat.
Ir in iho S'luihwesi, and (lie oldest iB it,
t'tii'id Suit'. ad has siood lor mora ifeaa
A UCARTER OP A CENTURf,
on iiai.wo mcim alone.
Bunrdrsnbahad wiin the Profasor, or airier
gordftiiiiilies somking English, Fiencl., Spaa
call or Germdn, frum 5 In $6 par we?k.
M. B, To prevent miaiakes. or iinpaliiiaaa;
s'udeuis intended lor Ihusollesa shoulo bring
i his autenni-mtni or special diraciioaa, aa
ihrrearcaisry armief temporary roomaopen
tor a km moniht, all nf ouurai nakm aea.
rlcrful preiea.iOM and promises, and paaim(
lorn, clubs; ami rutin atihasama lime, tat)
per rem. wnl be deducted tram luuun.
rO'Cunnis aad aiianjera are raapactraitr
in'viud to visit Ui eolli'jejr.djudja for iherft.
toc ir, aa t expected, iba aiiieaa ki
ntvor 1.. ami hurii .irsn.tn. .iiumim.. ...k. 1
. . ; .r :. . ;-m muiniw
alf "atklrlaara iliemaeivea aad lb Tm. .
leca anpujmvd bv the Lemslalura.
Ssockboldera can tak tha anoint eui U
toi'f.e.. T iru,s of ae cn pot anv
other party at; tha kaa.l, il 'that dtaai baal
Thacbaru-r, ia perpelsil.
Oeaileiuen oi.liasovihl doestheptasl astat
pour approhaiieal If an, fo a iva il
ystir .U, a.d build an a Horn Iniiitutltied
ii!l a liiOTMOd ar 6 i'i-n hundred anirfratS
annulftl .,, RUbUS fOLBEAH,
a lNet.vll.'u. . t, .. fruit,
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