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Ti;: r3Dav. J -uiuary 7, IS47.
K-nile tart. The journal of yotcr
dav having beer. re,d, the Senate proceeu-
" t lit" r.pnnii;tiiii".l r' C'!n:r.ut.:e,
r',, a; j-r ,.f Bills, tc. Several messages
Merc presented from the C-.vnior-niio
m-.tnin!i':!i-r the completion of the Co
lumbia Bait iload and oditrs vetoing
Oa motion of Mr.. KHI.SO. ofLr.c,
!?. Senate proceeded in the- election oi
Clerks and oCioc -.vhich rosuhed as
for Ceo. W. Hamcry of Lancaster
Messrs. Boas, Carson, Crabb, Darragu,
l),r-;p Harris Johnson. Jordan, L-vis,
Morrison. IoVh, Kidu.rds, Sand-ram,
Smith, Smysir, iHianison, tiiibonj,
Tor E. S, (Goodrich, Messrs. Ander
son, Bcnncr, Bigler, Black, Croat-raft,
Dimmick, Cillis, "Hill, Hoover, Mason,
Overfield, Pottiegtr and Boss 13.
John M. Sullivan of Bailor, Assistant
Clerk, and James W. Chapman, of Sus
quehanna and J. II. M'Cauly of Frank
lin, Trr.necribing Clerks, were elected la
the same vote.
Benj. F. Kins of Allegheny, was c!n
&:n Sergeant at Arms and Win. P. Braoy
of Chiton, Asfisuni.
J. W. Cowclh Door Keeper.
Phillip Weber, Messenger.
Mr. POTTIECER of Berks, moved
for the printing of 25J copies of thc Stale
Treasurers Report in the German lan
ijTine. Agreed to.
Mr. BWLEBof Clearfield, offered a
joint resolution icqucsting our Senators
:ead instructing; our Representatives in
Congress, to favor ai;y I proposition to ap
propViatc such portion oi the Public lands
to the use 'd cavil of die oiiieors and sol
diers u ho have volunteered to serve in
li;e v.-or with Mexico, m such amount.:
insnch manner as the wisuom o. j ) W 1;.,,..M. r.,.? v!USOld, Fer
Convs may seem n!:t and proper, ,,ursvlX (;r:icn;
v hi,h w rruwd totne CotiInui,cc ou ( Uym.y J-ohv. Jack-
Military a dan s
A resolution adopting the rides of last
session was passed, after which the Senate
ailiuuraed until 10 o'clock to-morrow.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tm R'OAY, January 7, 1'3 17.
Mr. tt-OFGIINER appeared, was
sworn and took his seat as the represen
tative from Greene county.
The State Treasure! report was rt
mittcJ. A Message from the Governor was
read. It is a veto on a bill passed late at
the last session making some changes in
the jurisdiction of Justices of t
of Bradford county. Laid :n l'
tiic i eace
Another Message from the Govern )f
xvas reaJ. lie refused his signature to
the bid of last sechm incorporating a
rompany to make a Railroad from the
Delaware to the So-ipaehauna river, be
ginning at a certain point on the Dela
ware, in Philadelphia county, and termi
nating in Luzerne county.
The consideration of the bill was post
poned for the present.
The bill of last session rejuhtincr -actions
before Justices ( f the Peace, in Erie
county, was also sent back with the Go
The consideration of the bill was also
postponed for the present.
Mr. RUPERT moved the prin'.in j f
S.'OO copies of the Slate Treasurers- re
port. Agreed to.
Mr. MATIHAS introduced a bill for
Mr. MATHER a bill exempting the
property of the sol-jiers who have gone
to Jlexico, from execution.
Mr. LEYBURN a resolution relative
Mr. DALY introduced nine several
ills ol a private and local character.
lulls 01 a or
Mr. MARTIN presented a petition
prayinjr the cancellation of tlie Relief
cotes of the Delaware County Bank.
Mr- MORRISON a petition for die
construction of a Railroad from otrasburg
in Lancaster county, to intersect the Co
Mr. niloTi one of like import.
Mr. PATTERSON one of like im
port. Mr. HALV moved that the. House go
into the consideration of the bill aliowinj
the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
Company to m..ke and Jeclare dhideuds
in certain acs. Agreed to.
On the final passage of the bill some
opposition was manifested.
Mr. HALV brieily jjavc the reasons
for the Recasf-ttr ef it.? early passage.
jMr. FORSYTH desire.l to know
wh:t!icr t'ue Bond holders were opposed
to the bill.
Mr. EDIE gave some satisfactory cx
pl an. it "ions.
The yeas zmd nays were called, and
resulted 01 for and 31 against the bid.
On motion of Mr. LAWRENCE, the
House then went into the election of a
Clerk, which resulted as follows:
Messrs. Allison, B..s.-ler, Bentz, Big-
ham, Black, Bhdr, Breidenlhal, Bull, Col
Loc-khart, M.ckcy, Mather, Matthias,
Monk-has, M.:rnso:i, Morton, M'Ahee,
r A luster, M Curdy, M'Curley, M'
Kni-h, M'Mian, Noble, Patterson, Ihui
Spjiikcv .voted for David Flem-!
Messrs. Anderson, Bough ner, Bow
tnn, I'jia:, Bii&h, Buahu.ll, Clark, Duly,
flip rnmnr.-Wirornt of lJie ivn'iufaetnn of!
T . ; n A..:.-oj! .!e Ju.lje in the county
Mr. WEILER, a bill for a new couiHv ,:;a'I :ri,1;;L ,
out of parts of Mont-ornery, Bucks and - IrJ1,-f a.TPcnt to an
CUi,r f.. !','!;;, " aet en:::.: -! ,.n act tj incorporate tlw A-
vm, Connor, Dickinson, DicKson, Edie, of 1-cbruarv, to meet the interest then
f.v.ns, Fox Geldev, Gould, Gratz Ha- fdling due; 2nl if so, to specify from
lv, Lams, Hi.aao. Hunter, Kauhnan, wliat source he expects to reali-f. thn
Jvuinear, Ladl-v, Lawrence, Levbuni, amount.
t mii. i "mi-jhm , i fiercer. I'uni- t m I'.imm k xr i u
, .. ..- I "n i ' v""n"IW!: fas aim .neans, to'
v .ai.K.i:!. i ced Rubins, Lo,f San- inqilire iato thc CJEpoji3nPV of intr0(u.
VV VV " 'V- l:0: r reg a 1,111 ,,lakiBS revisions for addition
.r'.er, i i.-ii, V.estnerand Coopcr.'a rfflm,.M,;n .. .r... , ;
Donaldson, Fasselt, Fan sold, Fernon, Fcn
strrmachcr, Forsyth, GraelT, Haymaker,
Ives, Jacoby, Jvoatloy, Kline, Klingen
smith, Knox, Krick, Longidin, Levan,
Icng, Myers, Fcsrcc, Ferrv, Fiollet, Rey
nolds, Rupert, Sipcs Soudcr, Thomas,
Vhet, Veiler Mid Worrell 38 voted
for Wii.mam Jack. f
Mr. Fleming hiving a m-.jori!y of tie
whole r.uinbrr of votes, was duly elected.
Mr. FLEMING then appointed A. L.
Rusk , of Usdford county, his First As
5tun vr. J for Transerihing Clerks lie
appointed Tl.rK V Dnihold, of Phila
(1 Iphia eounty, John M'Koe of Washing
ion, and J. W. Hunter, of iJri'.!.
On nio'ion, the lloitsc went into the
nomination of Scrgcant-at-Arms and
Mr. FOX irv.nirvsted J. Morchcad, of
V ' e -1 : r. o ; t 1 . i ; d t o n !i ! y .
Mr. FOX' no.ninjted J. R. Hurd, of
Mr. K.X'OX" nomltiated J. Sander?, of
H irris')-.'., for Dv)orkeeer.
Mr. EUliXS nominated A. K rinse.
Mr. IRGIIAM nominated E. W. Rig
ham, for Mcsseni-er.
A motion v.-a made to suspend ths
rule, which reijtiires nominations to lay
over one da v. Tliis was opposed by
Messrs. KNOX and FIOLLET and ad
vocate! bv Messrs. MATIilAS, EDIE
and IHGH'AM. The yeas and nays be
ing required, resulted ::s follows:
E M e.s s r-. A i 1 i s o in R s d e r . R n t z ,
Righam, Blaek, 131 air, Fridenliia!!, Rull,
Colv'm, Connor, Dirkinson, Dickson,
E.lie, Evans, Fox, (iehley, Gon'.d, Gratz,
Halv, Harris.. Hdan ls, HnnUr, Kaufman,
Khmer, Ladk-y, Lawrence, Lnbum,
Lockhart, M..ckev, Matlhias, Monleiius,
Morison, Morion, M'Aliee, .FA!lister,
M'Curdy, M'C'urlcy, M'Mina, M'Knight,
.Noble, l 1 1 1 i i t, Fiidlips, Ftiinroy (Frank
lin) Frmerlty (.Mercer) Rjed, Ro!ins,
rn, Mil iUV, I no.np-
j n j;.
and Copper (Spc:.kc
A i ..:e.-:-i:-.
OOWill Itl, ml I;!::, l
ion, Keadcv, Kerr, Kline, Kii:ige:ismith,
Knox, Krick, Laughiin, Levan, Long,
Mather, Myers, Pearee, Perry, Pioilet,
Reynolds, Rupert. Sipes, Sou.ler, Tho
mas, Viiet, Weiler, WorrjII 11.
Saturday, Jan. 9. 1817.
Mr. RICH presented a petition from
the President and Directors of (he Far
mers Bank of Bucks, praying to be re
lieved from l!i3 clTeets of tin; decision of
the State Treasurer in regard to relief is-
-Mis..-. iklO-'f VIi'O 11 VIU lil S IVCI
- ' " i
and FeaicrviSk Turnpike Ro.ul, jiraying
for t::e n iss of an act of inecroora
lion. Mr. MORRISON", a petition praying
for the incorporation of an Iron company
in the county of Blair, with a capital of
Mr. CRABB, a petition from the May
or, Aldermen au.l citizens of Philadel
phia, praying for authority to prevent the
introduction of Fire Apparatus in the
city of Philadelphia except bv their leave.
Mr. CRABB, also read a hill in his
pkve to carry out the objeel of the above
s.iv. S.iliil, a petition from Jacoo
Strieker of Lancaster, praying for a law
to bgdiz-?. fjrtahi erections in the Sus
ei::eh .:i;ia river,
Mr. MORRISON, a petition praying
that ;ue epp' intmout of Daniel .JeConnell
iicrir m S.m ! :v Scliool Union. Also, a
resolution to extend the time of com
mencing operuuons.by the Fishing Creek,
Sv.-atarj ;:nd Sehuvlkill Railroad Com-
DAkSie., a supplement to an act
to :U5tilo;l.Z2 die Secretly t iho Com-
monwea:t'i to t!i.nr!uto copies of the
St.indard Wi i-h's ;md Mjasurcs, and for
the appointment of S.e.der-'. '
.tir. I i e.A'iv lb 1, a bid relalm to
pul'ic roads in the ceunly
Mr. SANDERSON, a bii! to incorpo
rate the Evangcnieal Lutheran Synod of
Mr." JOHNSON, a bill relative to the
sale of unseated Lands, in the several
counties cf the ( 'o.nmon wealth.
Mr. CAI?S(N, read a bill in place
relative to Orphan's Courts.
) Mr. BEX NEB, a hill entitled a sup
plement to ;;ct, entitled An net to in
cre:.so the revenues -and diminish the ex
penses of Government.
.dr. GILLIS, a bill relative to officers
and sohiiers of the army in Mexico.
On motion, die Senate adjourned.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
January 0, 1847.
The Jouvnrd of yesterday having been
read, Mr. Lawruxce introduced the fol
L'rsofrrd, That the State Treasurer be
requested o inform this House whether
i.u ii Hiu i;c a su'nncnt amount of avail
At. LuvnrjRN introduced a resolution
providing lor the final adjournment of the
Lcswl-Jicrc on the loth of March next.
Air. Ih-rns, a resolution instructing
Mr. Edie desired to know whether !
voting for this resolution ur.,U l. '
strucJ into zn expression of opinion on
- able binds in tha Ti-.iirv-
""o"u w m.u ijuu - vi enerai i
estion of allowing the Adjutant -
General more nay. For one he was not
nucstion. if tlie passage of that resolu-
tion would not be so construed, he would
Mr. LAwnrCE suggested the reference
of the resolution to the Committee on
Ways and Means, as thatsubjeet was al-
leadv before tliat committee.
Mr. Trego, in explanation, said he Hid
not know what construction might be
sriven in tl.e passage of tih resolution,
but he believed it was not usual to con
sider the adoption of resolutions of in-
- r ? n i . ii An t(K
s expressions oi ujnuiuiia
merits ot the subject ot mqu-iw
Mr. IIaia- prcscn'ed the supplement to
the law relatin.T to county and township
ofnecs and county and township oincers.
Mr. pATTKn-o.v presented a pedtion
relating to a scliool district late in Harri
tosi townsinp, Lanc:uter county.
Mr. Noiu.k, the petition of William
Galbraith praying for a divorce from the
bonds of matrimony.
Mr. Krick, the petition of Josep Mor
rison, for claims for services rendered as
Assistant Clerk of the House of Repre
sentatives 1792, '03, '01.
Mr. Hains, the petition of Willian
M'Creary, praying for a pension.
.Mr. M'Minx, a petition from the citi
zens of Juniata county, praying that the
Legislature may e.bjourn in CO days.
Mr. Tno:.!As, the petition of Dennis
M'Donald, for claims against the State.
Mr. Patterson, a petition relating to
Bridges in Lancaster county.
Mr, Forsyth, introduced a bill relative
to the appointment of Appraisers of .Mer
chandise in the county of Philadelphia.
Mr. Anderson, a bill authorizing the
Commissioners of Philadelphia county,
to widen and rcruhite Second street.
Mr. Morton, a bill authorizing the re
moval of the seat of justice in Delaware
Mr. Matijias. a bill relating to the in
spection of Prisons, and also a bill relative
Mr. IIi'NTr.R, a bill authoizing James
Lanirhead to convey certain real estate.
?ilr. Knox, introduced a hill to prevent
and punish bribery: a bid to reform the
laws of the Commonwealth; an 1 a bill
providing for the partition of certain real
Mr. Blair, a hill, being a further sup
plement to an act erecting Blair county.
Mr. Thompson, a fe.U relative to the
Perkiomen Turnpike Road Company.
Mr. Haymaker, presented the petition
of John Gibson, an old soldier, praying
Mr. Krick, a h':!i relative to justices of
the Peace of the borough of Meadvilie in
Mr. IvAn-MAN a bill supplementary to
the bill incorporating tlie Mine-hill, Mill
Creek Navigation Company.
The Annual Report of tlie Treasurer
of the Danville and Poitsville Railroad
Company was laid before. die House by
the Sneaker. Adjourned.
ST 1 71 1 I X G CO " 31 1 IT E ZIS
OF TilU LEwISL.VTUilE.
IN THE SENATE.
Finance Messrs. Darsie, Bigler, Crabb,
Judiciary Messrs. Sanderson, Jiia
son, Black, Williamson, Dimmick.
Accounts Messrs. Carson, Bonner,
Smyscr, Hill, Rieii.
Estates and Escheats Messrs. Wil
liamson, Black, Smith, Dimmick, Crc
craf'. iension3 and Gratuities ?ucssrs. Big
ler, Wagenseller, Ross, Darragb, Boas.
Corporations Messrs. Jolmson, Hoo
ver, Harris, Richards, Anderson.
Banks Messrs Crabb, Gillis, Ander
son, Darsie, Jordan.
Internal Improvements Messrs, Gil
lis, Harris, Crabb, Johnson, Overfield.
Election Districts Messrs. Levis, Ben
nor, Richards, Boas, Dimmick.
Retrenchment and Reform Messrs.
Rich, Hill, Jordan, Bigler, Levis.
Education Messrs. Black, Harris,
Creacraft, Smith, Wagcnscller.
Agriculture and Domestic Manufac
tures Messrs. Morrison, Mason, Car
son, Polleiger, Boas.
Militia .Messrs. Ross, Smyser, Com
ma!!, Mason, Morrison.
Roads and Bridges Messrs. Hill, Car
son, Rich, Pottciger, Hoover.
Compare Bills Messrs. Corair.an,
Hoover, Richards, Levis, Mason.
Vice asd Immorality Messrs. Dar
ragh, Poitciger, Smyser, Creacraft, Bcn
ncr. Private Claims and Damages Messrs.
Smith, Overfield, Darsie, Gillis, Corn
man. Library Messrs. Williamson, Sander
Public Buildings Messrs. Jordan, O
IN THE HOUSE.
Ways and Means Trcro, Allison, Ha
ley, Forsyth, Pomeroy of Mercer, Ives,
Judiciary Bighnm, Haley, Knox, E
die, Fox, Ley burn, Patterson, Blair, I las
son. Retrenchment and Reform Pomcroy
of Mercer, Clark, Mackey, Levan, Rob
Inns, MeCurley, Klingcnsmith.
Claims Lawrence, Connor, Hayma
ker, McKnight, Ives, Reed, Souder.
Agriculture Gould, Warner, Fausold,
Sharp, Jacoby, Brindenthall, GrsctT.
ensions and Gratuities Pumrov of
Franklin, McAbee, I'Vsctt, Lockhart, 'Da
ly, Phillips, Perry.
Domestic Mann fact n res Allison, Dick
son, Krick, Basslcr, Vliet, Ross, Sipes.
Accounts Connor, Mather, Colvin,
Kaufman, Pearee, Sanborn, Bush.
Education McCurdv, Bull, Anderson,
Black, Pumroy of Franklin, Dickinson,
Vice and In
) Levan, Sharp, Jacoby, Reynolds, Fcn-
Ilarris, Burn?, McAllister,
Noble, L. vans, Gehlcy, Myers
Election Districts Hunter, Bentz,
Bowman, Ililands, Fernon, M'jiinn, Kin-
-Edie, Gratz, Piollett, McAbce,
Sanborn, Kline, Mather.
Estates snd Escheat? Knox, Blair,
; uson, ieyuurn, .uatuuas, jiasson aau
: ivcaue .
IvO'.i w and Bridges Mcuuriey, 1 ant
ing, Laughiin, Shelly, Weiler, McAllis
Local A pnropriations Donaldson,
i tiompson, ljong,
Wilson, .Morrison, Ro-
Corporations Matthias, Morton, Don
aldson, Fox, Kinuear, Lad'ey, Worrcl.
Iands Patterson, Burns, Bull, Wcrst
ner, Aould, Morrison, Kerr.
(omjiare Bids Mackey, Thomas,
Bushnell, Morton and Bouglmer.
Printing Evans, Myers, Montelius.
Idbrary Fox, McCurd', Colvin.
Inland Navigation and Internal Im
provement Inlands, Ttego, Evans,
Werstner, Clark, GratZj Harris, Thomp
son, Knox, Hunter, Allison, Krick, Fer
non. All tlie volunteers have left Pittsburg
for New O. leans.
Will meet at the Lyceum room on Fri
day evening next, at C o'clock.
QUESTION FOR DISCUSSION.
"Is the world jrovcrned too much."
D. Weyand. J. J. Schell,
II. P. HITE, Scc'y.
"i A.ME to premises of the subscriber
Xy in iS5 nr srt.1 lownf-hip, in June,
last, a brindle STEER, with a slit in
ihe right ear two years old last spring.
The owner is requested to come and
prove property pay charges and take il
away, or it will be sold as the law di
rects. HENRY BOUCHER,
j a n ,5, 1817.
iUJifii iiiOi jXJo. i UitD Li U 1 i.Un
p ETTERS of Administration on the
AjL estate nf Peter Shirer. Sr., late of
Salisbury, Flklbk tp., decM. having been
granted to the subscribers, Jtli persons
indebted to s.iid estate are requested to
attend at the latj residence of the de
ceased, on the 20th "of January next,
prepared to settle; and lho?e havin?
(daims, to present them at the same
time and place, properly authenticated.
of F.iklirk to.
of Allegany co., Md.
Dec. 8. ISIG-Si
To thc licirs and legal rep
rese:italvcs of Malhcvc
r 3 'AKE notice that an inquest will
be held at the late dwelling house
of said deceased, in the township of
Turkey foot and cotin'y of Somerset Pa.,
on Saturday the 30th day of January
1817, for the purpose of making parti
tion of the real est tie of said deceased,
to and among his Chil !ren and legal rep;
resentatives. if the same can be done
without prejudice to or spoiling of the
vvho'e, olherw ise to vaiue and appraise
the same according to htv. at which time
and place yon jre required to attend if
von thin k proper.
dec 8 Sheriff
,110 WING the abrogate value and assessments made in each township and hor
' oujh in the County of Somerset for the vear 1817, upon property made taxahle Iv
law, lor County and State purposes; as required hy an Act of Assembly of this Com
monwealth, passed the 27th day ot" July, 1842.
VALUE ot Gross
J Keal Estate, of Tax
ind levies, 1
Tin key foot
The undersigned Commissioners of Somerset county, do "certify that tlie aht)vJcTsT
correct statement of thc aggregate value of assessment and valuation of ihv. several
objects made taxable by tlie laws of this Commonwealth for countv and Rtafe pur
poses, which statement has been revised, corrected and equalized 'nccordin;-- to the
meaning and intention of the law.
Given under our hands this 11th day of January, 1847.
Attest " JOHN 11. KING. 1
11. L. STEWART, Clerk. VKTEll
roscntatives of John (J Mi
PlpAKE notice that an inquest will
.!L be held at the late dwelling house
of said deceased, in ti e Borough of
Sioystown, Somerset county, Pa , on
Saturday the Ibhh day of January IS ;7,
for the purpose cf making p irtition of die
real estate of said deceased, to and a
niong his children and legal representa
tives, if the same can be done wiinnut
prejudice to or spoiling cf tlie whole;
otherwise, to value and appraise the
same according to law; at which time
and place you are required to attend if
you think proper.
dec 3, Sheriff.
For February Term, 1817.
2ND MONDAY, 8tH DAY.
g Hd xd junons
Somerset br. Henry Stewart
Somerset tp. Benjamin M.isters
Henry J Heinle
Jacob Mo wry
Stoystown Jacob Rishsberger
Miffurd Henry Walter, Sr.
Conemaugh Peter Miller
Turkey foot Eli Tarmehill
Queiuuhoning Josiah Swenk
Jcnncr John . Miller
Addison Josejdi Liehtv
John P II Walker
Southampton Jidm Siurtz
llerlin Ananias Iicfily
B. Valley Francis Countryman
Allegheny Henry Paorbaugh, jr.
Elklick Jacob Keim
Milfard Joseph Boling
Conemaugh Samuel Border
Quemahoniiig Michael Zimmerman
q "l II II ......
.-(tillliCI II. IllliUCC
Somerset br. James Arm-trong
Jrdin Land is
John C Heal
Southampton Daniel Smrtz
Allegheny George Switzer
Addison Thomas Endley jr.
aui'ijAmouul ot Amount ol V
for Suite tax on Mortgages,
pur-:property as- money au
a I u e
To the heirs a nil I
scssed lor Interest,
county pur-! bnnds.judg-
652 52 j
Ctoiniv 'Pax 4 ini.'ls on the Doibir.
JOHX 31GXM, 3
BAilR KOTE LIST.
Pittsiiur 0.1, pa.
STANDARD GOLD AND SILVER
Girard S ink
United States Hank,
Bank of Germnutown
Mononga!:cIa Hank Brownsville
Bank of Gettysburg
Bank ;f C.hcster County
P-ank of Chambcrsburg
Bank tif Delaware,
Hank of Susquehanna County
Bank of Montgomery County
Bank of Northumberland
Bank of Lcwisiown
Bank of Middieton,
Columbia Bank and Bridge Co.
)" lestou n Bank
Erie B oik
Franklin Bank, Washington
Farmers' Bank Reading
Farmers Bank Bucks County
FarmerVtDrovcr's Hank WayncsbV j
Fanners' Bank Lancaster Cpnr
Lancaster to. Bank
.Miners' Bank Poitsville
State Scrip, Exchange bank Pitts.,
Mer. and Maul's B
Issued by solvent Banks
Stcubcnvilic, (F. & M.)
Franklin Batik of Columbus,
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
Farmers Bank Canton
Eastern solvent banks
Wheeling and Branches,
Styte Ban': and branches
State Scrip, $5's
III inn is.
50 Shaw nctown
3 Other solvent banks 3
All solvent banks i
All solvent banks 2
New England 1
New York city par ( Other banks 1
Baltimore par Other banks r
LO T of Itl ink Deeds of a sujcrior qui!i
tv.jurt printed and now fursnle
yi7' THIS OFFICE
(:!Anri ol' rotate
Gross amount ol Jm:
tax on proper
ty taxable for
178 8 t
73 2 5 4
3 45 92
4 r - r
i .) vj I )
2-: -8 29
VKKK. t Com