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CoNSTANTINOPL.:, Sept. 28,--Tiu
Sulhan refuses the Czar's Cretan de
mands ; the Czar. declines mouting thII
Swan personally, having nothing agree
nble to say. A. large p'arty in Greee<
favor th King's deposition and a proc
lamatiion of a reptiblio undor tie pro
t(ctorato of, or annexation to, the Uni
JIF10nKNCK. Spt. 28.-ajiballj'
partOianfls 11are tumu11itous in various part
of Italy. It i. reoted tiat the Kingp
i6 allow procla im o all extraordinary
seA.-on ofrh i et
of, Pal lileiti
Ga ribaihliin riois have been siiphress.
Id. It is oM.ally alontilleed that the
country is tui.Il
11Ita li accoinits are*( ('1m11iet ing. Riots
have occullrrd at .\lotiona MNllilw Gene.
va and Nales.. '10 1)(1ple thantik 'Lna
polcon for (Garibaii's a rrest.
WASnINGTON, Sept. 28.-Tho set.
tlement of Praser, Treliholm & Co.. is
entirely sat isfactorv ; the Government
defenidantt's conn~el acknowledge the
correctns of ile principles incurredl by
the Government, and have provided fo'r
seciring tIhe properiy c ained. iriiirher
action, however, n ecessarv in tho F4ede
ral and Briisih coits
J lige Unlerwood and Attorney
Chandler areconultii:g rlative to ihe
trial of Mr. D:vis, wfioso frieids and
boulsIeMN represi)elt, himl as anxious for
Congreusman Shaiks hIas gone to
Richinoti i piiiuIrsit of evidice rega.rd
ing thle treatmen t of Federal nison
Inlernal revenue receipts to-dav
$177,000 ; for tli- week two and a half
millions ; lor the Iear. to date, fifty four
aid three- qpitrier miliions.
A Saii itrancisco despatch says int.
Small's comunny of the first United
S-atv : cavialry ('41 1 e Im Indians. killin
twnty six anl apittring lifteet- Tho
Holillers WeIe 1111 it.
RAmt:'oit, September 28.---There was
a grand rilly of conservat ive4 liast. night.
R'.solui tions were adoptede3 whici de
clardevotion to the Inion '1111 colsti
finiioitnal liberty ; against. a white m1an's
p:iry ; v emlIiAtion and proscription
Opposed to lra win part v hnes, fuiritir
tbanii h1ottility to rad ical im. There
were ialf' a dozoen sipakers ; great en.
thnisiaism and perfect harimony.
Nr.:w Omu,i.:Axs, Sept. '18.-There
weri 67 inermems from ellow fever
ill to r o'clock, this ln, rting.,
\\str tegrOx, Seplaenter 2r6.-Al
vices., from Naishvillsl state that alfTairs
are mor- p11130. it ue o f dteetiir in t
rl provisin it) suppress disorder. Boh
parties propose to hold eleeriouis And
take the question to the couirts.
11icock won't go to New Orleans
ill the feverstusides. I te meantidme
-AlOWer is re8)(1spnil.
Mower telegraphs encoramglyre-.
gCrltiig the al of the imijtary j)0 tile
llft l District.
a cock and Sickles hav- left.
hnlerinal revenu receipts to-day,
Niw You, September 26.--The
conintIonal convelion has adjou dr
till aift er Ie eoecurion.
da13 htas .tj~~ iie swornk in ad p irosioa
Caean-eran3era.dMannivd f evy
Rt inETON, Sept.me 2G.-rrived.
th liurs of viihe Cip 3reem n Bureauoti
rthis eiser, Neo tur bvrito Qhe civi
auriti s. alhbokasadpes
ONAni.KstlN, Sept 20.--rrve---.
ftemeurs up to i 6 'clock, this morning,
57. '250 hiriv'ates anud seveni "fiers are
nowV unrileri treatment for y(!!OW fevcr
a11t the Jaickson Batrraceks, in the1( 1st
Iegimnt. United StateIs Inifantry. -
the imili'ary hospital tipwvarda of 100
edatihe from fever.
SCINCINNATI, -September 20,---The
naeen it Distillery has been burnt.
aWos,$60,000, a "
' The citiz'ins haive subscribed $6000 in
i of1th yellow feiver suffere.rs.
1AUGUsTA, Sepiombor 20.-The Jndges
~of tih' Supretnie Court of Georgia
W Xarner, WiValks~r and Hitai--are out.
in letters, f'avormtg reconstruct.ion unider
the milima ry baills, on clhe ground of ae
cessit and11( expediiency. Hon. Ben.
H-. Hdtil left this nmorning fur Now
WVasurso'roa, September 98.-Confedo.
ot Scoretairy of the Navy Mallory has
Ue.3 lklsresponded at length, and
ancok an Sheidanver brey o the
andunil e rrieswitinthe FIhDis
lianBurau, rom0:naa, thatthepros
til f pece wth te iniansare ore
terig tan l. ay tme:theconnill
h ths asNprt Plate bingperfeotly
8peoa despmiat enToe:Noti hPlatte ro
horge tihe uonestsfao'eyortinpa: pf the
peace confrernco,.-end ~5ap Ibst, Jnuin af'
fairs arp9 ast broatnng as ev'er.
'Thoy we tIwo'0abinot iofngi 9 44.
Re UV~ voelps today $281000.
R. ~Irt on, ed1itor~ of the New'Yot'k D
, (lopaItoso, se~t ember 25..-Gon.Sohoald
hqa debild Ilat the only resritio:n Impos.
ed( afpdn 4h lilty Io uriombtsli of'the
- BrtP~ti n~l heitake the Oati
of allegianee to the United' States ad af
Avrard* aided irr the rebellion..
Delegates are airlng to the Soldier!
anduIallers Qontesttot, lolth met to
h liao~faeogy fT 1uien ~ltIjidd al
P'etetsbn9, wits bi:11. thlhi tonite: L~s
$25?0000s--iden'id for $80,.
u WLmitovoTZ, Sae Ober, he ieb on
s *fgg~lgn et( e
llaliflax to Charleston, with a cargo of s,
on board, was ashore off Cape Looko
shoals on the 22d. The crew were saved I
the steamer Oarey. The vessel and carq
will, no doubt, provo a total loss.
CrAntLESToN, Septaieber 24.-Arrived.
Steamlers, Champio.), New York; Faleco
- Baltimnoro ; schooners, Archer, Reeves at
David Collins, Philadelphia; schooner C
Tho Yellow rover.
NEW YOiK, Sept. 28.-From Mr. I
Schmidt, President of the Howard Assoch
tiots, we learn that they have received no
ney sufliciont for their expenses thus far
They have acknowledged in the dailies th
receipt of liberal donations from all th
prircipal Nor bern cities. The expenses a
present are $2,600 per (lay. Thero ar
applications for relief registered for to-day
upll to 0 p. it., fromt sixty fainlies-in somnt
or whom every member is sick. Ther
were about the sano numuber of application
yoslorday. hie number of cases and death
is batdly on the increaso. From I these fig
ures will beo seen the necessity for continui
ud liberahmaterial aid froin the friends 0
litintisity everywhere. The loward Asso
ciat io, of this city has beeo extending re
lief in 01thers dist ricts itn the State.
NiAw ORILEANS, Sept. 24.-The interment
feomn yellow lever to 6 o'clock, this morn
Ing, reached 82.
Letter from LaGrango, Texas, I be laid
before the lloward Association lite, stat<
that the number of citizens remaininsg it
town is barely 500 ; yet the intermuenti
reached twenty-four in tro days. The
average mortlity has been eight. Those
as tacked are almost sure to die, the diseast
provinig fatal nine cases in ten. Every
hounse is fille.l witi sickiness and death. inn
whole families have been swept aafty ill
some eases, .withI noie to bury tlie dead.
The diiseais is spreading in the country.
Thcre are no provisions either in th town
or country, and the people will not venstulre
ink with produlce. Oun the 9th, not even
meail could be had to iake gruel for the
sick. Iluwsiness has ceased entirely, and
the store tre closed ; the newspipers have
caseud piblicationl, anssd the jail emptied of
its issnmates, whso tied to the interior fron
the scene or desolation.
A catucis or tie so.uldiers atal sailors was
hseld to n ight , nnsd a plat formi determsi ned ons,
as follows- : "iEqual rights before the law,
Cnco'mstgetnent of edu. ation. more qq.al
IXtax-itnn, and t'ostering the indust rial inter
csts of the State."
Wixstnto. Oct. .-Cottons 16 cents.
Cotton Yarsi, $2.25.
sal1, $4 00
(1,snnsy Cloth, 30 a 82.
lacoi Sides. 22 cents
Sholders, 18 cents.
Jard. 18 a 20 cents.
Mlolascs pmr barrel t5 a 75.
Conit ry Flour, $6 00.
Ball imore Flour, $11.00 a $12.00 per bar.
Dry Hiides, 100.
Wheat $1.75 a $2.00.
Ncw Yotic. Sept. 28.-Cotton dull, at
22.,. Gold 13
7 P M.-Gold 43. Specle exports to tiny
CIA LsRos, Sept. 27.-Sales 172 bales.
We quote Ordinailry to Good Ordinary
17@171: Low Miditing 18; Middling 19.
Si~ct Mliddling 19.1(q20.
A LL persons having claims against h
Estate of James Douglass, deceased,
are requested to present thesm properly at.
test ed to (he underAigned, or A S. Douglass,
sis At torney And those indebted to said
Estate are urged to make a speedy aet tIe
mient I with thu undersigned. or his Attorney.
J. S. DOUGLASS, Adn'r.
Inivite the Attention o h
TO THE LARGF ~TOOK OF
'which they ato
And which comprises nea
Necded' by the people i
Their object is to do atrlotly&
Tht W 1 nd*e o iesn
1t Mr. Ernest Jones, at his recent loe
t Lure in Dublin, gave some interestinq
r statistics. l1o said theru wero 71,000,
000 acres in tho three kingdoms. I
1770 thero wore 250,000 owners of thik
k land. In 1856 the number had dimin.
d ished to 32,000, anud was still decreasing;
Thu Duke of Cleveland might rtdu
twent.y three miles through his estato ;
the Duke of Devonshire had 06,000
acres in the county of Derby alone ; the
Duke of Richmond possessed 310,000
acres; and the Marquis of Breadalbano
might rido 100 miles in a straight line
e through his property from his own
DEATHI OF A PROMINENT CITIEN.
D Wo are pained to announce the dentise
3 on Friday night, 20th inst, of Samuel
D. Stoeker, Esq., after a brief illness.
The deceased was a young man of
much promise, and was highly esteem
r ed and beloved by a large eirele of
friends. In his death, we feel that
our community has lost a useful and
ontorprising member. His funeral
obsequies were performed at the
Presbyterian Church on Saturday af
tornoon ; und his remains were re
inloved to the city on Sunday, for in
torment.- Orangeburg News.
Tihe Sheriff of Spartanburg District
has levied lpon ia locomotive and ton
der of the Spartanburg and Union
At'iliUiau ,o 0a.m1fy all bxecuut&i fI
A. MoNINCil repect fully informs (lie
citizeis of Faiield and ad itdjoinai ig
Districts 11t31t he1 has established a MA It.
ISLE YAtD opposite 1ih4 Iost-olice in
Winnsboro, where he is fully prepared to
frnish aly article in M arble of every style
' and finidh i at mch lowe'r prices 1han ithey
have been furinished before. lead-siones.
Troms, montuimens, of every description.
Table and Bureau Covers. Marble Pieces,
Cements- and Plaiters of Paris
Particular attention given to cleaning and
renovaling old Mlotmneits, Tombs, &c , &c.
lie is also tirepared to t'irnish lion Fenc
ing to order, tor Graves, Gravo Lots, Cenic
(Cries, Winl low G uuirds, &C.
All work caleidly loxed and shipped to
any point on the Itailroad.
sept 24 1im
B3 Y virtue of authiotiy eimnfiotrr4 tip~ot tao
by the Will of John Melaster, dec'd,
I will bell ou the 1st Monlay in October
next, at the Court louse in Wintshoro, to
tho highest bidder, all the lienal Etate be
longing to the estate of said decensed, to
1st. The ifot el and Lot, 100 x 210 feet,
2d. ''hie 8t oro and Lot, 61) x 210 feet.
3d. The .tz5ablo, east of Railroad, and Lot,
106 x 211 feet.
4ti. The Dwelling hlouse, south of Dr.
Bultanan's residence, and lot, 80 x 212 feet..
bth. llalf-acre Lot in rear of dwellitg
and fronfing oin Vanderhorstt-treel.
Gthi. 91.} acres Land adjoining Mrs. Gail
lard's farm, 1.3 miles below Winnsboro, wit i
out let. onl Camden road.
7th. About 200 aeres belween last tract
anId i lie railroad, and upon which the farm
buildings are situatod, with outlet on Cam,.
8th,. 72 Acres sonth of tract No. 9, called
tlte Elsey tract, adjoining lands of Dr. Bu..
ohitinan atnd 'T. W. WVoodward, wi h outlet
thbrouagh No. 9, to tihe Cotinmhla roadt.
9th. About 50) acres between the lRail
road and the Columbhia road.
T1here are old-fteld pines ont all the above
tracts. Of original woods, No. 7 hazs abolit
20) acres, and No. 8 about 10 acres and No.
9 htas about 0 acres.
*Tuans: One-sixth cash, also $100 and
cash suficient to pay expenses of sale
and costs oftbhe suit of Itachtel Meolaster vs.
0. IH. McMauster, et. als., for the ba!anuce, a
credit, of one, t wo and three years, with in.'
terust from 1st daj of January, 1808, pur.
chasers to give bond and n, mortgage of the
premises. anud to pay for all necessary pa.
pers and stamps. Vbssessioni lobe given on
thme 1st of Jantuary, 18'J8.
0. HI. McMASTER,
sept8-ts8o85fx5 Execut or.
ill hihes maketprice paId for the
aboo atieo ineore
by g . JNO. . MATT EWS r
10 tuc o. 8beo 14, at $2.25 pe:
A reipu'm ify ditendled fo.
ep* t TiIOS . ~ 1AN.'
DY directlti of the (lolloeto! of the 84
ACollet-on Distrlct, of 8qath, 01 lna
'~flbI'inatiehnttfbo tWhnabtof' fo~
Ott'week oomntnenolag-on the 1st' day of 0..
t@Aokherat 16 roceive Iarpp.,frorn .a6.thda e
poolsefQd frtixts In ,F9IrAN D.V&trict an
11 t Mato erplcO ce
' ep1 t4 - ole'
. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
FILL AND WINTER
CHEAP CASH STORE I
Plain, Figured and Silk Striped Poplins,
Plain and Fanlcy All-Wool )elnlne4,
Black and Bisanrk Poplins, Colored
and Mourning American Delaines,
Demai and Best Mhanir Alpacas,
I Piece Plain White Alpaca,
Fancy and S11 10ped Piquels,
Dress and Apron Black Silk,
MENS' AND I1OYS WEAR.
A superior stook of Jeans, Tweeds, and
Cassimeres, including he Celebrated
Rock Island Goods.
White and Red All.Wool Flannels. Black
and Colored Opera Flannels, Kerscys
and Lindseys, Black and Browu
and everything else.
CLOTHING I CLOTHING !
A, very largo stock in store of every style
BOOTS AND SHOES.
As us1ual we will keep one of the most va.
ried stocks of Boots and Shoes in tite
HATS AND CAPS.
Ladles', Gcents', Misses', and Boys' Hats
and Caps in latest siyleR.'
Fur Muffs, Cufra and Capes.
A Fine line of Ladies Shawls,
A varied stock of Blankets.
Well conic and see, and we proinise to sell as
how (some Ilings a shade lower) as ainy
puiblishued price list in the Stato.
Nos. 3 and 4 Brick Jiange.
Which are offered for sale at
Only for the Cash,
My Stock Consists ini Pat of
New and Beautiful.
Shietings, of all kinds,
Broad Cloth and
* Gents and
Ready Made Olotblng
i d e an ilne my, Stok before pittchas.
1ng elseithere, I offer Great
D$8#~ORTE8 A BRO.
B Y Virtue of Sundry Executions to me di.
rected, I will offer for sale at Frirlield
Court. House on the first Monday and the
day following In October next, wiain the
legal hours of sa'e, to the highest bidder,
for Cash, the following Real Property. To
Ono Tract of 45 acres (more or less) of
land in Fairilold District, adjoIning lanud of
A It. Douglass, Elizabeth Wilson, S. L.
MoWalters and Rvy. T. W. Erwin. Letied
upon as the property of S. J. Wilson, at the
suit of the State of South Carolina, for Tax
One Tract of 100 acres (more or less) of
land in Fairfield District., adjoining lands of
Lewis Perry, John Lerioik, Murs. -- Rush
a.d Henry Allen. Levied upon as tle pro
p'erty of James Perry at the ruit above stat
Also, four Spring ent Mohogany Chairs,
one Ladies' Work Table, one lot ot valua
ble Irons, containing vet of Iron A xels nnd
necesenry irons for a four horse wagon, one
sot Carriage Irons, Cart Irons, &e., and a
largo lot of old iron valuiablo to farmers or
blacksmit hi. Levied uponit as tile property
of John Adger, at the sui nbove stated.
H, WV. OLLEVEli, S. F. D.
14th Sept , 1867.
sept 17- lx2
Martha DeBow, Adnix. Bill to Foreclose
Ja. B. Mobley, Mortgage.
P URSUANT to order of Court. I will sell
at public out-cry at the Court Iouse
in Winnsboro, on the 1st Monday In Oto
ter next, the Tract of Land described In
the pleadings in this case, belonging to tio
Defeniant, situate on head watersof wateree
river, bounded by lands lately belonging to
Maichard Uaillard and WIlliani Woodward,
and landls of Mrs. Sarah Lathan, and eon.
more or less.
H. A. GAILLARD,
Commissioner's Mae. Com. in Equity.
Winnsboro, S. C., 13th Sept., 1807.
Jno. W. Campbell, Bill to
Alfred Iunn. J Morigago
UIISUANT to order of Court, I will sell
at public out.. ory, at the Court IIlouse,
inl Winnsboro, oi tlie 1.st Monday in Octo.
bor next, tle Tract of Land, duscribed in
fhe pleading- in this ease-belonging to ilie
Defendant-situate in this District on the
head waters of t wenty-t'ive milo creek,
boiunded by lands of A. McClelan, lUenja.
min Irnsswehl, estate of J. Campbell, deed.
and A B, Kennedy--and containing
One Hiudred an1d Feven fand a
11. A GAILLARD,
Con n Eqiy.
Winnsboro, 8. C., 131th Sept , 1807.
Edward G. Ialmer, Bill to Foreclose
II. A. Gaillard et. al. Mortgage.
13UlISUANT to order of Court., I will sell
at puiblie out -cry at ihe Court hlouse in
Winnsboro, on tie 1st. Monday in Ontobor
n'xt, tie 'ract of Land described ini the
pleadings in I bis cause, bit uato in this Dis.
24= 1--4: A.JE~S,
lying on drains of Wateron creek.. and
bounded by lands of Wiillin .Jones, lands
beloniging the Estate ot Osinond Woodward,
Ihleoased, lands of R. IV. Durhxam and of
hast ate of E. (I. Palimer', decoensei; said
'rn~iet of Land belonging to the Estate of
hA. Hi Jones, deceasedl.
II. A. (lA ILA RD,
Winnsboro, 8. C , 1hith Sept., 1867,.
U3nRlrAd SllI3r1lalLHl0lRN'S Oflice
CI1ARTLOT TE & S. C. R AILROAD,
COL UMBIA, S. C., Sept. 1, 1867.
0N and after this date, thme Pssenger
JTrains on this llead will run - as fol
Leave Columbia at. '7 40 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia 7.15 P'. M. (
Closeoconneot.,ons are made at, Charlotte,
Greensboro andl 1aleigh, In each direction.
THI 110U0 II TICK(ETS are sold at Colum
bia to Rtichmond, Via., Washinigton, D. C.,
Balthnioro, Md., &.--giving choico of
routes via Portsmouth oxr ltchmond.
C. B3OUKN10 H T,
Schedule over the South Carolina
GENERAL S1dP5TB OFFICE,
CuIAR.Et-roN, S. C., March. 11,
ON dafe the 18thl-nst., the Throughx
M Ian will run as follows, visz:
Leave Columbia at, 11.40 a. mn., Ch's'ni timo
Arrive at Kin gsvllle at 1.20 pn ut
Leave Kingsvilloc at 1.85 p m,
Arrive at A ugust a 9.00 p m,
Leave Charleston, 8.00 a mn
Arrive at Uolumnbia, 6 20 p m
Lertvo Columbia, 6.50 a m
Arrive at Charleston, . 4 00 p. mx.
II. T. PE AKE, Gen'l Sup't,
iniarch 19-tf ______
JUST RlCcIV1iD DIRUEOT from
A FRESh AS$ORThENT
For Palatka, Feruandina Jaec
ionlvilie, 1111d all Lawlings on til
St. John's River y it avinll
The splendid Stenmsbil)
(1,000 TONS BURTiHEN,)
CAPT. L. M. C0XE1'VER,
Will sail from Middle Atlantio Whar
Charleston, S. C., every 7uesd-y Xight ii
Nine (9) o'clock for the above places, Cor
nect ing witli the Georgia Central liailroa
at 3avanl'inb, Ga., for Mobile and Now Or
Speuial contracts made for transportin
,Laborers, Stock, Wagons, Implements, &<
For Freight or Passage apply on board o
at the ollico of J. 1). AIKEN & CO.
sept 21ma Chlaricaton, 8. C.
William G. Whilden & Co.,
HAYDEN & WHILDEN,
Watches, Jewelry, Silver War(
CIROCKEIlY, CHINA, GLASS WARE,
n1111 House FIurnisliIng Arileles.
Old (Jold and Silrer purchased. Watches aaci
265 XISO-sT., oax i'n OF W11AUFAIN,
0lIARLESTON, S. C.
AT W1OLESALE, NO. 11 IIAYNE STREET
WM. 0, WHiiDEN. H. TIOMAS, JR.
WM. S. LANNEAU.
Corner Queen and Meeting Streels,
DHARLESTON, S. 0.
IllS POPULAk AND WELL
, lR NOWN HOU.E is now fully open
or tie reception of visitors, having been
efurnished with New and Elegant Furni
tre throughoul; ani offers to the traveller
reconliml0odations tnd conveniences as a First
.ass 1lotl, not. to be equalled by any North
>r South. The patronage of the publio is
Rates of Board per day, $4 00
" " per month as may
igreel on. JOSEPI PUllCEILL,
fob 2-l'66t--t-f Proprietor.
JOH N U. VIA L,
CaLUMB2A, S. C
mnporter uniti lier Inl Englishl and
IARD WARE & OUTLERY,
RON, ST EE[,
NIJIA RIJERI AND~ LEAThlER BELTING,
and Tianners' Tools,
Plaster, Paints, OIls,
French and Ainerloan
moh 1-0m. Powder, Shot, &o.,
RULE TO PLEAD.
State of South Carolina,
IN THU OOMIION PLU.Bs,
Amsi Meek, 1
Tas. R. Ashford,
W IWERE AS, the Plaintif did on the 18th
day of March, A. D. 1807, fie- hi-i
ieelaration-against the Defendant who, (a.
it said) is absont, front and without the lim
its of uhis State,.and has neither wife nor
httifney knownt within thin same upon whots
a copy of the maid declaration might .hc
10 is thertfaire Ordered, that thb maid Dea
fondant doa appear and' plead to the -said.4e
oa tion on or before the 17th a ico
Marh, A. D. 1888, oth'erwise final and abi
tdhitojudgmont~ will- theh :be given add
itwarded ftottho 1liintiff gaits*h m.'
Oildrk's Oficoo,' IJairfeoldDst
MIarch l6, 1807.
tAtodd it Ibe ss ttm Sp~qp
WIFNSBORO, S. 0.
Ti-WEEKLY, Per Annun. $4.00
WEEKLY, c . 3.00
Any one sending in a Club of TEN
NAfES, With the money, at the rato
of $2.50.a year, will bo entitled to
an extra copy of the HERALD.
Advertisements making not more than
one square (one inch.) close print, will be
charged $1.00 for tohe first insertion and
60 conle for each subsequent inserdon.
Larger advertisemons, when no contract
is iade, will be charged in exact propor.
tion. Contracta iado on the most liberal
Obituaries, Marriages, Tributes of Res
peat and Communications of a personal
character, will be charged for as advertise.
'The HERALD JOb Offiee is pre
pared to fill all Orders for
L AWYER'8 BR IEFS,
IIAND BILLs, &O., &C.,
In the best style and on Beason
Desportes, Williams & Co,
RI&IL TO PLEAD.
The State of South Carolia.
.F A IU It ILDD PIS T1I IOCTj
IN'TUl OoMIION PIEDAl.
8. F. utanose&
1XtEI(E~AS the Plainlti did ondhe 18th~
VT day of Novembt A. Da.1806 *1e
hIe'd6aration againsl b6 Defen~ who,
1agiiIssad)i9.1?~u *i Itqul
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