Group Title: Legal Papers (correspondence, deeds, legal briefs, receipts, etc.), 1886-1906
Title: Legal papers: 1899 January-July
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the William Sherman Jennings Papers
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Title: Legal papers: 1899 January-July
Series Title: Legal Papers (correspondence, deeds, legal briefs, receipts, etc.), 1886-1906
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Publication Date: 1899 January-July
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Folder: Legal papers: 1899 January-July
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Subject: Jennings, William Sherman, 1863-1920.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094872
Volume ID: VID00006
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Collection) Departr)ert.
SEastern Division.
In your reply refer to No.
2-E= -332
7 PROPRIETARY EDICINES.

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Chicag;o, July 20, 1899.



Mr. W. S. Jenninigs,

Brooksvil-le, Fla.

Dear Sir:-

On June 2lith we sent you for collection cilL-d i agai.fst Barco

& Boellert, Crystail Riv.er, Fla., amount $16.00. It iJ a n-'nth since

this account t 'ent forward fo you but as yet, '.e hav-, receiveil no acknow-

ledgenment, r e cannot iLnderstdirL1 "'hy -iuch .should be a fer.t we do not

send '1a ri.n out to be pigeon-holed .-ind for the purpose of bein.; filed

away, bu i wh-en t!he account goes out to Attorney we expect you to proceed

at once and try to get our money This Lill has been -,overdue since May

2.3t cini should ha"e en collect edlong ago. !e o ire:-ei'ed several promises

of pannentt but so far 1hey h 'e n o mat rial Jed e wouVl.1 3J'e to

have :.ou proceed in t ".is ime.tter without d e ay, and if. for any ,re-a.- n you

cannot hunM!e the claim please say so an1. return the papers at once.

We have boen comnpel lad to [:o outside to obt,-in information and ha".o re-

cen!.ly learned. that bl-rco & Boellert have diss.l--'ed .,nd that Mr. Boellert

as.sume i, ont- rol of the busjniess3.

Let us hear from you prompt lIy, 7,ld obli:: ,

Yours i ruly,









. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "Digests what you eat."

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G. CMETWYNO 8TAPYLTON,
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R. F. E. COOKE,
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THE LEKEBUER AND COUNTY ST TE BANK,



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H. S. BUDD. CASHIER.


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S.I.erness, Fla.,
-Inerness, a. July 22nd, 1899.

Hon, V. 3. Jennings,

Brooksville, Fla.

Dccfr sir:--

Ir suit of VWilliais-Allen vs. Edwards, I find nothing but a

letter of instru-tions from you to Capt. Z. as to i:suancre and return

on Subpoena. Do not know who has the papers.

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G. CHETWYNO STAPYLTON,
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THE LEESBURG AND COUNTY STATE BANK,



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H. S. BUDD, CASHIER.


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turns of any such agent for any rheck, or other item, received by this bank for deposit or otherwise, be
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Dear Sir:--
Your favor of the 20th inst. is at hand. On Juke
18th, 1895 we sent you the account of Messrs. Knight & Cobb, a-
mounting to $84.68 for collection. We later sent you $5.00 to
get judgment. According to our books we ever received a divi-
dend fram you. Please look the Iatter up and let us know the
result. If you have sent us the dividend please send us a certi
fied copy of the same or our acknowledgement. If you have not
then please send us a draft for the amount oa our dividend.
Awaiting a prompt reply, we remain,
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vae, June 17th, 1899.

Dear Judge:-

I have had your letter and Bryan's here in my box

for I don't know how many months,- waiting to get time to answer

them at length, which I will own was a very foolish thing to do.

What has stirred me up now is noticing the "favorable mention"

of your latest candidacy. Is it a fact that you are going to occupy

the chair once held down by Jo-Jo, the missing link, the ugliest

man in the State? What does Harris, of Ocala, say,- or is he dead

yet? I was rather in hopes that it would be U.S.Congressman next,

but this will do more lasting good to everybody concerned,- your-

self and the dear people included, I believe. Will Bee Coogler

run with you as Lieut.-Gov.?

Well, all of this is most too previous, and I won't carry

it any farther. But you will make a strong race and the best Gov.

Fla.ever knew. If you onlywere not a "Yankee."

I was much tickled with Bryan's letter, and saw a lot more

in it than was ordinarily apparent. I wish I could see him and

talk it out with him,- we would have a great time.

I noticed Jones' name in the Tax-List the other day, when

reading the "News". Is Jones dead to Brooksville forever? It don't

seem the same without him there, somehow.






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What is Jones doing now, and where is he? Mrs.Coleman still making

life pleasant for him?It would be quite entertaining to know all

that has passed in B. since I left there, but life in St.Louis is

eventful enough to be interesting too, and I am kept moving to keep

in the procession. Have been away from this business for a couple

of months, getting into operating shape an old Brass Foundry that

Waycott bought, and it was my vacation, I guess. Things are very

busy in this business now, and it takes all of our time to handle

our regular trade. I sent you a couple of papers awhile back,

with an account of the "Anti-Trust" banquet in the Coliseum, and

some of the speeches. It was quite a big thing here, but I did not

try to attend, being very tired with extra work at the Foundry just

then. I figured that I can do as much good in 1900 for W.J.B., as

in shouting around now. Have never tried to vote here,- had not

been here long enough in '96, and candidates all too rotten since.
Sent Bryan a little ad.souvenir of the 1903 Fair the other day,-

that will be a good thing for this slow old town. But they say St.

Louis is not so slow now as once,- and things certainly look more

lively to me than they did 2 years ago. A great many fine building

have gone up downtown lately, and lots of old landmarks are going






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(3)

every week. Sorry you can't be Gov.in time to attend Sayer's Anti-

Trust conference here in Sept.next.What do you think of Silver as

an issue right now? Poor old Dick Bland died the other day, and

now the remark will be heard all over the land that silver went

with him. I am not dead sure about it myself, but if it will help

Bryan in, it won't hurt anything.

I know that you are chin deep in political correspondence

but hope to hear from you soon just the same. Tell Bryan to send

me another one, please.

I am kept pretty well entertained at home now by a youngster

of my own, of whose existence you have probably heard in some way

already. He is 10-1/2 mo.old, 35# heavy, has 8 teeth and a bad

temper. He reminds me of Bryan sometimes. On the whole, he will

do. That is all at present, I believe.

Well, this is Saturday A.M., and I only wanted to let you

know that I was yet alive. Will see if I can't write Bryan separate-

ly later. Best wishes to all.

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Ju.geo W. B. Joining,,
Brooksvill,, Fla.
Deaf'Sir,
We asked you Saturday to go to Floral
City TuLesday if possible to arrange some little matters
with Mr. Brooks.- You will find i'.r. Gaucher there
and ca-i talk oVer the matter with him. We want the fol-
lowing matters ar anig.;--
1) V._ send you contract made with Mr. Brooks for small
tract in Sec. 10. VWe a-re :.d to mine this land "ow to-
wards the end of.October iir. Brooks ask:d us what we were
going to do about it and on looking up the contract we
found that our copy was not in our possession ; after
several v/Iek~ search we found that Judgeo McCc.na.thy had
it and he sent it, to us :'.anwhil vwe asked hMr. Brooks
to let us have a copy of it, and he thus learnT 'd that,
we had not our copy and he told us by telephone that as
we- had not any contract he consider .dc it cancelled. YTow
we are disposed to mine the phosphate on this land accor-
ding.to the conditions of the contract. A few days
before it. was discovered that our: copy of the contract
was missing Mr. Brooks had offered to- let us have a
hoisting tnEine to work the land A.few weeks ago I
went to Floral City to endeavor to arrange maSters
with Brooks but at, that time he was so unwell that we
could not discuss anything. I am instructing Mr. Gaucher
to day to start working this land as soon as possible.
Please mention this matter to i'hr. Brooks as it maybe. that.
he would'm.ake some objection and we thought that by
reason of your influence: with this gentleman the matter
might be amicably arranged This is why I s n.-i. you
the contract which please be sure to return to us.

.2) About a month ago i'r. Brooks gave us an option on
some lands he had alr ady partially prospected and we con-
tinued the prospections He gav.. us until today to de-
cide but as we have only found a small quantity of
phosphate on the land we are obliged to refu.se it, which
we much regret as it is to our intr.-st, especially in
that section, to find all the phosphate we cLn.
You know that we have also at Floral City a
mine on some C.W. White lands ; now, in order to .trans-
port the gr-v.-'1 from this mine to our washer,' and the
rock to the plant for shipment, it is necessary for us
to cross thL. Brooks lands or Floral City Co.'s lands. Mr
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PHOSPHATE MINERS AND IMPORTERS.

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AND VOTTEM AND ROCOUR, BELGIUM.

CENTRAL OFFICE, BRUSSELS, BELGIUM,
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BRANCH OFFICES AT GHENT, BELGIUM,
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DIRECTORS:
WM. J. FADER, Insurance. M. B. OWSN, Town Col., Irvington.
FRANK A. WHITE, Undertaker. WM. YUITA, Clerk Ist Police Crim. Court.
Ross H. FOSTER, Late with Daily Adv'r. C. D. MANDEVIIIE, M. D.


Zbe four 1Per Cent. Loan Company,

804 JroaB St., newarh, .

PIEOSPE~TT-TS
The Four Per Cent. Loan Company, as indicated by its title, loans money
to its members at a uniform rate of 4 per cent.
These loans are made in any section of the country, on improved Real
Estate, either city or farmn property, for an amount not exceeding two-thirds
of actual value of the property offered as security.
The Company is incorporated under an act of the Legislature of New
Jersey entitled "An Act to Encourage the Establishment of Mutual Loan,
Homestead and Building Associations."
This Act provides for the making of loans to members, and states that the
right of membership in all Companies formed thereunder shall consist in the
periodical payment of such sums of money on shares at such times, and subject
to such penalties as shall be determined by a Constitution to be adopted by
the Company.
The Constitution of this Company provides that payments shall be made
annually, for a period to be agreed upon, not less than two or more .than
twenty years, and that the par value of each share shall be $ioo.

ITS DISTINGUISHING FEATURES:

Annual payments, for a definite term.
Low rate of interest.
Withdrawal Certificate given at any time for full amount paid in on shares
with interest at 4 per cent., payable at end of original term.
No "red tape."
Business promptly attended to.
HOW TO PROCURE A LOAN.
Every person desiring a loan is required to subscribe for one Borrower's
Share for each $ioo of the loan desired, and make one annual payment there-
on; one payment, under the law, constitutes a membership, and the Constitu-
tion of the Company provides that as soon as the first payment has been made
the member may make immediate application for a loan.


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THE FOLLOWING ILLUSTRATIONS
show the annual payments for a loan of $i,ooo for the term of ten, fifteen and
twenty years:
ILLUSTRATION.-For Term of Ten Years.


ro annual payments of $ioo each on To shares - -
io annual interest payments of $40 each
Total payments -
ILLUSTRATION.-For Term of Fifteen Years.


15 annual payments of $66.66% each on Io shares
15 annual interest payments of $40 each
Total payments


$1,000
- 400
- 1,400


S$,ooo
6oo
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ILLUSTRATION.- For Term of Twenty Years.
20 annual payments of $5o each on 10 shares -- $Io
20 annual interest payments of $40 each - 800
Total payments $1,800
The annual payments for any amount, for any number of years, can be
readily ascertained by dividing the amount to be borrowed into equal annual
payments and adding $4 per year for each $Ioo.
THE EXPENSES
attached to loans vary, for the reason that the work required in making
search, if title varies.
The Company charges the actual cost of making abstract of title, making
and recording of papers, and a fixed appraiser's fee of $io.
Upon receipt of the appraiser's fee the Company will have any property,
intended to be offered as security for a loan, appraised, for non-members, and
inform them of the amount it will be accepted for as security for a loan.
THE REALTY LOAN AND TITLE COMPANY
acts as general agent, under special contract, and attends to the appraisement
of properties offered as security. for loans and the examining and guarantee-
ing of all titles.
THE FIXED EARNINGS
of the Company are 8 per cent., as the Company has the benefit of the interest
on the instalment payments paid on shares upon which the loan is made, but
this does not mean that the money costs the borrower 8 per cent., for the reason
that he is a niembir of the Company, and all profits are credited pro rata to
Borrowers' Shares, and the money only costs him what it costs the Company,
which, on an average, is from 5 to 6 per cent., leaving a profit of from 2 to 3
per cent. on all money it borrows to make its loans.
When the Company has not sufficient funds to supply all applicants, a


premium is bid for priority of loans. These premiums, however, are credited to
the Borrowers' Shares and are practically paid back in the form of a profit.

THE MANAGEMENT
of the Company is vested in a Board of Directors and a President, Vice-
President, Treasurer, Secretary, General Agent and Counsel.
The names of the present officers and directors are printed on the first
page of this prospectus. They are too well known by the general public to
require any introduction.
PERSONS DESIRING TO FlAKE APPLICATIONS
for loans will be furnished with the necessary blanks upon request.
The Company does not establish agencies, and all remittances must be
made direct to the home office.
The General Agent employs attorneys to make abstracts of title and
attend to the appraisement of property, and such other business as may be
required.
These attorneys are furnished with the blank forms of the Company, and
usually will, upon request, fill out and forward applications as agents for the
applicants.
For any further information desired call on or address,

THE REALTY, LOAN AND TITLE COMPANY,

General Agent,

804 Broad Street, Newark, N. J.

























tbe VRealtp, loan anb rttle Companp.

(INCORPORATED.)

Capital $125,000.


HOME OFFICE: 804 BROAD STREET, NEWARK, N. J,


Purchases and sells real estate on its own account.
Purchases and sells real estate for others and takes charge of the same
for others.
Acts as agent or attorney for the investment of money for others.
Acts as agent for the purchasing and selling of bonds and other obliga-
tions for any individual, corporation or municipality, State or public authority.
Furnishes reports as to value of real estate.
Examines and guarantees titles of lands.


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THE FOUR PER CENT. LOAN CO.,

804 BROAD STREET.


NOTICE TO MEMBERS.

NEWARK, N. J., January 20, 1899.

This Company has arranged with THE REALTY, LOAN
AND TITLE COMPANY, of this city, to advance one annual pay-
ment on its shares for such of its shareholders as may, at any time
hereafter,. find themselves unable to pay their annual dues on shares
when due, said advance to be evidenced by a 60 days' note, signed
by the members desiring the advance, and payable to the order of said,
THE REALTY, LOAN AND TITLE COMPANY, with interest at
six per cent.
Members, under this arrangement, are protected for at least
one year after their payments fall due against foreclosure of property
pledged as security for loans or fines for non-payment of dues, provided
in the Constitution.
SThe Four Per Cent. Loan Co., being a mutual organization, in-
corporated under the act entitled An Act to encourage the establish-
ment of Mutual Loan, Homestead and Building Associations," only
makes loans on its shares, and the dues on said shares must be paid in
cash.
It desires, however, to provide all possible benefits for its members
and believes the above arrangement will be of great benefit to and
appreciated by members who, on account of sickness or misfortune,
or for any reason find themselves unable to meet their obligations to
the Association when due.


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In btansunse..n t'r~lrd.ii'v of ('nrepeated MIeinge.. b.-rnd Lhe amountt of t., rib paid rf.-ri.-n, .r bn anY. -1 _4l,er.- Lh, claim re nc:ipre-ernl.d in w-r~rLng W thinLaixtY
days urter the m di iwrih rb- C.:mrnany t.', rrarmnmL .. -.
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MERCHANTS NATi ONAL BANK.

G. C. STAPYLTON,
RECEIVER.


That,exclusive ofthese ,it is expected that the assets already

realized and to be realized at auction will produce enough to pay

to creditors a second divided of about 7% but p-btitioner does not

know whether the Comptroller will declare this small dividend or

whether he will wait for the result of the appeals pendAg in the

Supreme Court before declaring a second and fial dividend;that

the prolongation of the affairs of the bank,involving expense to

the creditors will work a great hardship on.them,nothing but

the 2 cases pending in the Supreme Court standing in the way of

a finklwinding up of the bank's affair s.




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MERC HANTS NATIONAL BANK.
G. C. STAPYLTON,
PEC El .'EP /
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Memoranda for EB6fition
Bank closed its doors on 14th January 1897 and became insolvent.
thereafter on the 3rd Feby 97 petitioner was appointed Receiver
by the Comptroller of the Currency and having been commissioned
entered upon hts duties and has so continued to date,hhat the
affAirs of the bank were found to be in a very bad condition,nearly
all of the assets of arny value having been hypothecated to secured
creditors. That over 680 claims have been admitted to proof,aggre-
-gating now,in round nMfbers $156,000 That the Comptroller levied
an assessment of $loo per share.on all the shareholders,,ron which
assessment petitioner collected over $25,000,thus enabling the
Comptroller 6o declare a first dividend of 12 1/2 % that,but for
that assessment,the creditors would have received no dividend up
to this time. That from the date of suspension,until the early
part of this year,was occupied by litigation determining the
ownership of a large amount of the bank's assets by the suit in
which petitioner was plaintiff and J.tN.CStock:ton et al defendants.
that a final settlement of .hat matter has now been reached a**
and that because the remaining assets are of insufflent inport-:rne
and value to justify the expense of prolonging the Receiver:;hip, it
is desired to finally close the banks affairs and to that end a
fianl auction sale of the bank's assbtt will be held on 12th June
excepting only those that are the subject of this petition.


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3815.

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK.

G. C. STAPYLTON,
RECEIVER.


Hon W.S.Jennings

Brooksrille PF11

Dear Sir

I enaEos8 on a separate aheet a few memoranda of what

you may incorporate in the nctition to the Suprene Court I have

asked you to draft and present for me,to advance on the docket the

Fidelity & Dep.Co appeal. I have one more appeal pending in that

Court which was taikn up and briefed. by MrMcNanoe and is based on

a ruling of Judge Bockor exclulinj a claim I attempted to file

with the assignee of J.A.Rowell based on the Comptrollers assess-

-ment on his bank stock. I wish to embrace in one petition both

these matters as it would not do the creditors much good if one

was advanced and the other left to postpone the final clozkp of

the baens affairs indefinitely, I have written Mr 1McNanee m :kinj

him to furnish you with particulaIrs of this Rowte.I natter and shall

be much obliged if you will t:t.o this petition in han-i t yx a

earliest convenience. I will le~.,e it to you to present to the

Court a sufficiently harrowing picture of the suFterirn,. of the

creditors b who will be deb.rred for a tern of years front receivin-

the small pittance of a dividend on their clains,a divined that

will be necessarily and steadily diminished 1y the expenses of the

Receivership unless the Court will advance these cases,so that.





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MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK.

G. C. STAPYLTON,
RECEIVER,
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the affairs of the bank ay be finally closed.
If you think it w uld be o,: any 'use for the Palatka people to
Present a petition also,no doubt you will request this of them.
Yours truly
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MERCHANT'S NATIONAL BANK.

G. C. STAPYLTON,
RECEIVER,

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Judge W.S.Jennings

Brooksvlle Fla

Dear Sir ;

As I am ve-ry busy I enclose original letter just rec'd

from Mr McNamee which please peruse and return. I have written to

Mr McNamee that my idea is thatygu and he should unite in pre-

-senting the petition,jpu representing the Guckenhemer maatr &

he the Rvwell assignee case, that you are now preparing the pettiti

and that I leave it therefore to you to communicate with Mr McNa-

-mee as soon as you are ready to present the matter and also to

arrange with M.M.O.T.Green and R.L.Anderson,who are attorneys

for Rowell's assignee. I am exceedingly anxious to get this matter

before the Supreme Court and have it decided by them at the ear-

-liest possible date and in any case before the 12th proxwhen re-

-maining assets will be soll at auction. I hope your engagement

will permit of your maintaining your excellent record for pushing

this Guckenheimer claim.
Yours very truly




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MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK.

G. C. STAPYLTON,
RECEIVER.

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Judge W.S.Jennings

Brooksville Fla.

Dear Sir ;

It has just occurred to nm that the Suprene Court can

advance on the docket both the Fidelity anI Rowell cases so that

the final closigg of my trust and distribution to creditors need

not be delayed,without any violent infraction of their rules,for

the reason that the State of Florida is an interested party,as the

beneficiary of the claim proved ~r J.IN.SStockton Trustee for

$22,000.00 on which there is now ek balance due of $19,250.00.

No doubt you will deen it advantageous to set this up

in the petition showing that the longer the final closing is delay-

-ed the more expense there will be Tcurred,the less the creditors

will get and that the State therefore will be a loser in its due

proportion .

I hope to hear from you that you have the preparation

of this petition now in hand.


Yours truly


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Receiver Iurchants Is.tional Bankl,

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Dear ir :-

Y.uvr letter of ".a l'-th .recei 'ed. W\'ith respect to

e;:p-:nses of At torne.ya ,vould Dsa ther-e -.- e a few it.3e, of not r'rer

-iue:- mainit'uIde,th at I hal on a i t e in a d -.r in 2te u.a k jt ic

.we;' e nut rei v-i't red in the l.st i.,ill,I ':..1 11l likee t a.re .ad .e-

. sent ed t iee fvew/ it el ,al.so an item ti at W.ill 0) h"r3 ft oe -

t ioned.

I had a tall: witli Jud.e Toa. lor t.o .,;- - t te' t .at ;. e t w ld

.-vi tAt. ou et ,ui a v. ; t ru.. p- ti ion 'lor .dvanci .; tI '

t.-) cases on tie ck tt h c t tin out tiat an' off'i:cer of thle U. .

is inter.-, t ed; that a lar'-e nu-L...te o credit ir-s -:.re depeendeni. lor

dividends on the said causes; t ,at the appellee, is in lssi'--ne-

:icn. ..-s a large r.ber of credit-Jr'S dep :i'o.ent u'ponI a decision o01

e. catse for di jtri but ion; .-et in, to rth part:ut D y t1ht the

State 0oF Florida is .! cf roeditor 01 t nh!e bank i'it 1 r-os pect to the not :

of '0, 'C. iviven to .3tocl:ton tust ee ,r:.ai:i ng the i .tt er t tter as

full as possible ,as to 1how t :,e Stfte i f lorida is a ,'editor a3

afore3said. CO c:. this in ln1-"'.'- 3 s s3t on., a. : oS .. ,'an, .end it
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to re here,so I ca n prCs2nti it to tCiue Coi.;it ,an:- as fE.r as e1m case'





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aaKconcerned,I think that we will thereby get the case advanced;

in that e-'ent,v/wit-h the other sr:12.11. items lintioned, nd inr final :lly

clearing up this matter,I would make a small charge as a final

c]h re with respect to the nationall Bank.

Ju-'e Tayolor n1.j sa> to mai:e a Mosa f -o e da early

next week,say Tuesday,a get Anderson to agree as Attorney for

o..li,t, tj sp'-::cLar this cause for a decision,,on account of it betin

of iinte-rest to t:'e creditors of biotn app.ellant and appellae. And-,-

:son can iiav.e no reason to object to tiis a tin,,st is involved

on each zi:e,and t .ace aing no reason to delay the cau.e,as if th-

appellee was an individual.




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MERCHANTS NA'IIONAL BANK.
G. C. STAPYLTON,
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AoCIfETE ANOhYME LA FLORIDIENIE.

J. BUTTGEfIBRGP & CO.,
PH-'SPHA T E MINERS AND IMPORTERS.
MINES:
ISTACHTTrA. FItZGERALD, FLORAL CITY AND
CC. DEAL, FLORIDA,
FrjD D' OT T EM AND ROCOUR, BELGIUM.
CENTRAL OFFICE, BRUSSELS, BELGIUM,
MrJE DU NORD, 34.
BRANCH OFFICES AT GHENT, BELGIUM,
C2 PETIT DOCK.
SHiPiPIC POINT HARTSHORN, FLA.



rl.JI W. S. Jennings,


WORKS:
AT ROCOUR, MOMALLE, VOTTEM, AND
GHENT (PETIT DOCK), BELGIUM,
AND AT
ISTACHATTA, FLORAL CITY, FITZGERALD AND
CORDEAL, FLORIDA.
CABLE ADDRESS BUTGENBACH, BRUSSELS.
CABLE ADDRESSi BUTGENBACH, HARTSHORN.
CODES USED A, B, C, AND Al.
ALL BILLS PAID ON BTH OF EACH MONTH.


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Plc' ise note attachedi- fronm Hon. Ti. B'.
'ninwc'i1, lund advise us if you thini: it necessary fol- u 1'
have Colsonerrs jury pass verdict, on -i.cciderital deatthe



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PMessrs J.3ut lebch & Co.,

Cordeal, Fla.

Gentlemen:-
I see from report of Headquarters that J.M.Holland

No.2232, was killed by a bank caving in, April 25th, this death has

not been reported to me, as it should have been. And I think here-

after, for your own protection, you should has accidental deaths,

and killing by guards of prisoners attempting to escape be examined

into y~ a coroners jury; this should be done any way, but it is much

better for you that all such occurrences should be reported on and

examined into carefully.
Yours truly,


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ATTORNEY FOR HANCOCK COUNTY,
MAYOR OF SPARTA.





my :ua JgO161-ru-

4 ~UR* ;1li:-.'& ftWhd from 9, visit t* fnesbbnro

'er4 I raile a rttUL investisLtu kiito the Stetura of #s jtate

*it 10A Mefleiwm6 2 fi;4 that the eiitate, oonsistgft of a ahu~a

trftat of l2nd, ktbulm sloty three sares near Tonesbore. Ver-

sena@l psropo-tq vhatsveim is :hShown. Under Proper process this

uLmd ba'O-48ht *21.6O which px'ioe s ap advise by nmny Of' the oit,

L of %tb Cc wrwty was vPoy fine ahik abovs the versA. Z13
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Awition to this~a ow t $15'.B vas realized from te -sal4s of wood

from the lad sind $50.00 frOm geuts. Th~s lait ",tem seem, sw*XL

to me buat find Uut, unde tk Ve management of Uiat plaoe 1U wavs KU

thiat ht4 bsvi ripasive(. Vote amount from estate was 02987.36V.

Thees *siel Awevn hairis b,-wit: Pe6g~i, susI91B Job4eIj ljlipi Bazu,

A3.&_Alkq grid tameB. To. 11. $gL to the acdt~inistrar and is a sen

kA law or R011rit wh0V with usi& and ;awas liVf d in1 C3*yipn1 County.

41 of' thc geaiae 1*a4 bean divided 6ut and finu;L rwoeipts givwm

~eep1s tbr #4erwst r 16nd qjx. O th T ho expenses of

adminiatrAtien includiM gommnig~iono, Court oast, *pprairsontt &e:.

was $274.50 and 100.00 additional as the I ete 'of the Administra-

toxs attorneys This leaves a net balance Vf $2592.60 tO be di-

vided b3fteen the seven heirs, or three hundred and Beventyr dollars










PRACTICE IN STATE & FEDERALCOURTS,
ATTORNEY FOR HANCOCK COUNTY,
MAYOR OF SPARTA


an forty cents fotr *ehi t i seven sshareg. ThiS t 411eve

1.o aw complete s*tltwemtnt pf the fact. The adminstrater iha

filedaApplicatein fto letters of dismissal and hhs deposited with

I bMnK in Atlanta the cash .rpresanting .thq two fnterests which

are now fta his hands. The otly thin& necessary new is for you

to prepare AffidaVits establishing your right as the heirs of Alei*

ander Mpltirn and forward them here with power of attorney y

reelpt far the money. In addition to the affidavit$ of thase

ht'erS you should have an affidavit or certificate from some Judge

Ordlinrr or Olerk if the Court vouching for your affiants. QO

roo~npt o@ these I will a, ence have monFy turned ever to p* ana

r emt sta-. In preparing th ee proof all of the heirs should

be ragiesented. 'r-tsting the a)ovup is satisfactory and awaiting

your early.reply, r am,

fTurs Verey truly,

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2- .OCrTEfE ANON.VUE LA rLORIDIENNK.

J, BUTTGENBACH & CO.,
PHOSPHATE I.IlFEF. AliD rMF.-RTERF..
MINES:
ISTACHATTA, FiTZCERALD. FLORAL CITY AFND
CORDE S L. FLR lODA.
AND VJTTEIl AND R.,C LUR. BELCIU[I.
CENTfiL OFFICEE E ,Ui.EL-. BELGIUM,
BRCH OFFICES AT GHENT, BELGIUM,
S 92 PETIT DOCK.
/LHIPPirCG POINT HARTSHORN, FLA.

JuLte W. S. JeiLl i1.S.


Dear Sir,


WORKS:
AT R-.COUR. .IOM ALLE. VOTTEfI. AND
CHENT IPETIT OC,.'. BELGiU.1.
A PD AT
ISTACH1TTA. FLCR.AL ITY FITZGERALD AND
C":.RDE L. FL.-RI.OA.

CABLE ADDRESS. IBL'TCEB aACH. BRUSSELS.
IC BUT.ENBACH. HARTSHOF.I1.
CODES USEDi A, F. C. AriC Al.
Aio BiLLt PAID ON 61v OF EACH M.OriTH.






Bro:..lesvi ';.e, Fl.9


We rere anxiously 1waiti n, to h .r 1 i.cnm
you rXea:.r-ding the convict m tt.-r ; you; wired us r.:-, Yrd i-<
th-.t, y: ou 1.i-d ni_ l led u-. a letter on t.he rn-..t l r Lu h....
rece.v -d not.hi-ng. ;
'. be to .nol oj you a L unn.cii.s we
* h'v- just had'-.- ; .', .I oni us," and wi sh ,of- o o tu lm low ..i t
is to be done and. advise us at once.


Yours very truly,


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the plaintiff, of .ap^l .ew a-Z.--'A/ 4f w < I ve then and there this
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L. A. SHIPMAN,
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ASS'T GEPr'L PASS. AGE'T JACKSONVILLE, FLA. June 5, 18994s9


Mr, W. S. Jennings,

Brooksville, Fla.

Dear Sir;-.

Your letter came to hand and I did not have the opportunity

of replying to same. Am very sorry that under the conditions Which

these very low rates were authorized to West Florida, I am not in a

position to favorably entertain a request for extension Of limit.

Yours truly,

BAh


Asst, GOeWral Passenger Agent.
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fllTrTLAMfD PARK,
LAKE CO., FLA.





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