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WASHINGTON, October 4.-Tho Do
mocratie Convention, at Albany, re
solved that the organizatiou known asE
the Tannany Hall organization is the
regular organization of the Democrat
io party. Delegates claiming sets
un or it woro admitted. The Mozart
11All delegates were recognized as
sound Democrats of unquestionable t
fidelity, and tendered seats as honora.
ry members. German delegates also
A Nashvillo dispatch concedes
Arow.low's election to the Senate.
Revenue rcecipts $1,000,000.
WAsHINGTON, Oct. 5.-The follow- 1
Ig is among the Albany resolutions
That regarding the nationial debt as a I
saorod obligation wo demand economy
of the adiniiiistration, hotosty inl the
collection of rovenuo and cirreney, f
for the benelt of the people, instead
of corporat ions, to ti end that the
public faith may be preserved, and
the burdens of taxation lessened.
Thus we denouneo the effort of the l
Radical party to retain tihe power it
has usurped by establishing negro au- f
promacy inl tho South by military t
force, coupled with the disfranchise- I
men of the mass of tihe white popula
tion ais an outrage upon doemocratic
principles, and an attempt to under
mine and destroy the Reiblic ; and
that wo stigmatizo the relusam i Uf that
party, in this State, to submilit the
(uest.ion of niegr)o suffrage to the poo
ple, as a cowardly evasion of a party
issue in the jnd ing strugglo.
On account of heavy war, and pen
sion disbursuemnts, and light rovenuo
receipts, the statement of the Nation
al debt show an increaso of $2,250,
000. Tihe Secretary of 1he Treasury,
thinks there will be at decrease of sev
oral millions during the current
nmonth. Revenue receij)ts to-day
$5000,000. CoimisiSionler Reynolds
has written a letter stating that all le
gal aflidavits are recuived from the
Debt bearing interest in coin has
Nrw ORn .r1s, Oct. 4.-Judge
Abel, the counsel for IHenry Silith,
accused of perjury, filed exceptions,
the caso being tried before Assistatnt
Recorder Dlm, ia nlegro. 'Tie excep.
tions set forth that Dunn, being a ne
gro, unrocognized by the lawR of
LouM isia Ma a a citizen, was not legally
a judicial ollicer. Dui1n overruled
the exceptions, tried the case, and dis
charged the prisoier.
A witness for the proisecuit ion, re
fuseld to taHe the stand or Ibe sworn,
while a in-gro acted as Rworder-a-nd
being asked if lie intended to insult
the court, answered that he'did ;
whereupon lie was fined twenty-fivo
Fr.onssca, Oct. 2.-Offlicial dis
patches are silent regard ing Rome, but
confirm the news of tihe Viterbo dis
LONInON, Oct. 5.-aribaldi has is
sIed an address to his friends urging
them to Lo to Home.
A ('aribaldi meeting lhad been held
Th'odre3 were reports that the Papal
troops had4. boen be3atenl.
II .3mstNi, Oct. 5.-IT is under.. t
st ohli hre' tha~t the colored voters I
hnuo ;a.:ruoed' to run th roe whites and
i~ woa"R here for the Convention
H iannicut. is to be one of the candi
SAVANNAn, Oct. 6.-Rains in Flord
dia cent in ue. A hem vy freshoet a t Live
O.mk washed away the track of the At
lanitic andh Gulf 'Railroad in sevoral
Natsuvir.r4, Oct. 3.-Col. Blackburn1
with a company ofohld TPenne~isseecaval
ry, ousted the old1 and inungmrated the
newa muniiiiipal funictionaries.
W~ AtsuNG'oN. Oct. 3. -The initimna- I
ione tha th E 14 xecivi e DT)parirtmnt is
interes'tinag mlsell about Da vis' rial1 are
enitir.'lv groundless4. Sireo Mdr. D~avis
wais dlelijveredl i( the judicial authibet ics,
ini Mamy, ihie IFederaI Execunive las ta
ken1 no acitin ini htis case. lHon Jame114s
Lyons of 'Vi rginaia, recently here from
visiting his clienit,. represenits Mr Davi
as ready and14 ai'xionis for his trial. Thelm
defencee will conteiid lhat the recognize.d
consati itnonal~ duel rine. N ort hu ind S3oia h
prev i4! to, the war, tanughtI. that I lt h first
allegac was$ du e to a Sitateo-it ha ving
mmdaecon-rol of t he citizenms life andr
-property ;. and unfsit.hfulness to it, ini
volved immediate loiss of hor..
T he bodie.s of Mrs. Surrat t, looithi,
Wirzand o1tiers. were se.cretly reunovead
by order of lie War Depa rtmuuent, atnd
buried'ini a trench in warehouse No. 1.
Tihe removal 'was necessa ry to make
liaternail revenue receipts to day *1,. '
W Aif!NGToN, Oct. l.--The Secraitary I
pf tihe T1reamsury, conisideiritg the Act of
- -ongress of Ma rch 2, 1867, nmandamory,
hias to-dlay issnEd( i ho folloawing: ''No
tice is hereby given, that the Assisant .I
Treasurer at New York is prepared and i
has insi rnctioM~ to iss'ue three per 'oeit,'
cortificates, m~ denomninat.ons of flive and
ten thousand dollars, in redemption of
comtpound~ iifterest notes maturing in
October and 'November next. Then ac
orimed interest nlda redompun will be
Gen. Grant was prosenr. during the
entiro Cabinat sessionl to.diy, .
Inute'al ?retne receipt~s $795,000.
,.JtusJ, Se'pt. 80.--Thme' funeral 'of
. Sterling Prico, toitlay, was one of
nonias took place in the First Church,
Jr. Boyle, where the remains lay in
tate all tito morning, and wors visited
>y a large number of citizons.
NEw Yonm, Oct 1-Sheridans recop
ion by the Union League was a showy
iir. Sheridan said : "I have scarcely
anguage to express the very great ap
>robation I have for your very warm
nd hearty welcome. I only hopo that
may hereafter be ablo to deserve the
aine approval in my acts. I only know
hat heretofore, and I believe hereafter,
shall never, by any act of mine, at
em pt to mae rebellion honoratlo.
Loud Applause ] Rebellion is a crimo
Ad. it shall net be mado honorable.
Cheers.] Gentlemen, I thank you.
Sheridan visited the stock and gold
ioards this morning. There was wild
nt husiasm. After the exctement sub
ided, Sheridan tlianked thom kindly,
vhen tle members sting "Old John
riowi, much to the General's sati
Advi~ce from Iowa i tdicate serious
sermnan defections from the Radicals.
Vell posted Republicans, though con
ident of carrying the State, apprehend
TIe steamer Sego, from Now Orleans
or Philadelphia, was totally burned on
he 27 Ilt. The Rapidan rescued and
>rought here the passengers and crew,
-xcept lai 'y Short, Jolh O'Donnel and
I'hiotnas Crowley, who wero burned to
Ad vices from Gautemiala state that the
'evoItion had heeti suppressed Prado
ias been pieclaiinid President of Pern.
.'hie ne4-w coutittio, hats been )romu11l
!a ted. Extensivo gold discoveries in
.'4orthern Chili are reported. The Con
rress of Eetnador had a stormy session,
estli iig in I ho explstoni of ex.Presi
lent Garcia Moreno from the Senate.
kii aoempt to expel Don Antonio Fl-i
N iw Ot .iAxs, Oct.. 1. - There is no
reicept ible albat-n'iit of tlie epihmie.
[n t.etrmeunts nyl) to 0 o'clock ttisI mornum
CHARL.:sTox, Oct. 1.--Airived
ieamners \wilantan, New York ; Sea
lull, Baltimore ; brig Valam, New
RICiNIOND. Oct. I.--In the United
4tates Ciretit Coirt, to daty the Contu111l
or the iarty chargel with dfratiding
lie reveiuo of the wih ishey tax, moved
4) quatshI te indiet meti., because the
''deral Courts being of limited juris.
liction, emnot. ta'<o cognizance of any
:rime not expressly declared so by Act
1h'Ie a moint of pay received i the
r uips inl and arotiuid 1ithmtid Is $1.
i0ttO00 per antimmn, aidI thie total cost
,f mnilit arv et liishment, is $5.000,000
'ear'ly. There wits a heavy Frost here
WoRiOsTIt, MAsS., Octob'r 1.--A
)'mocraitic Conveniout ik ili session.
LONDno, Oct 3.-Italian reports are
tartling. A Florence de'spatch says
he Viterbo ontbrealk is miqiu'lld. Or.
!ito has been captured. The insirgents
re holding all the roads leading to it.
'ie Pope's commander demanded its.
isiance from Italy, which was refused.
Nhe revolt is undoubtedly seriottu, and
larming appreheinsions are entertaiied
f te terminiat ion of friendly relations
>etiveen France ind Ital1Y.
During the wvar, ai lady passing
romt cot to cot through the wards of a
iospital, was shoeked to hear one fot
owv langh at her. She stopped to ro
trove the wretched patient. "Why,
na'anm says he, "you have given me a
ract on the sin of (lancing, when I
tavo both legs shot off."
The Viceroy of Egypt, while in
london, said to one of his English en.
crtainers-a notorious man of pleas
ure "I don't see that there is mucht
lifferenco between you atnd us. With
is a rich man keeps all his wives un
her one roof ; but in this country you
joh mn have a separate house for
A sentimiental young man thus feel
ngly ex presses himiself :"Even as
no L re betnevolently guards the rose
vith thorins, so does she endow womn
Feoling is a truer oracle thtan
houight ; hence women are oftener
'ighit than men
Wtzsxstuono. Oct. 7.-Cotton-Salers sixty
Cotton Yarns, $2.25.
Salt, $1 00
Gunnty Cloth, 28@80.
Baconi Sides. 22 cents.
Shioulders, 18 cetS.
Lar'd. 18 a 20 cetuis.
Molasses put barrel 65 a 75.
Cotutry Flet,'$6 00.
Batititoro Flour, $11.00 a $12.00 per bars
Dry liides, 100.
0 old, 40o.
Wheat $1.76 a $2 00.
Nxw Yotx. Oc. 65.-Cotton dull. Mid
LI'ng ttplands it 20o. Gold 4 t).
PLANTERS in thle vlcintity of Whinsboro,
Lwho havte received plantation supplies
'rm R. P'ATTER1FON & C0.. through ime,
till plense deliver then cottron for shipmtuc
o Mu'. 8 U.0LIOWNEY, at Wiansbotro, atnd
isis authicrlzet to give receipts for thes
amte.. If Mi-.. Olowniey pays the revenue
a4. lhe shilppet' will give Mr. Chowney ro.
'olpt'for the amenrit adivAnced.
re aa 2 AMEIS P'AGAN, Agent.Y
ALL persons having claims against thes
.Estatesof 'James Doetglassm, dio ased,
re requested to $iyOoe.t itt prope5Att~ at.
eustd to the nodo'sigshed1, of a S. Doutg ans
tia Autorntms Aid thioih' ineIte to dh
'state are urged 'to mauker asspeedyP settle.
nent with the underaigned,- or his Attorney.
.c - J. S. DOUGLApS, Adai'r.
5OUT11 CAROLINA RALRO.4 D
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
CHiARLESTONj S. 0., Oct. 3.
N and after October the 6th, 1867, tho
Passenger Trains on the South Caroli.
ia Railroad will run as follows, vis :
Leavo Charleston, 4.80 a in
trrivo at Kingsville, 11.16 a in
leave Kingsville, 11.40 a in
krrive at Columbia, 110 p Im
Aeave Columbia, 10.00 at In
'trrive at Kingsville, 11 85 a n
Leave Kingaville, 12.05 p Im
arrive at Charleston, 7.05 p. i.
Leavo Charleston for Augusta, 10.10 a n
\rrive at Angusta 7.40 p im
eave Augusta, 8.40 a i
Irrive at Charleston, 12 20 p im
The Passeuger Trains on (ho Camnden
Branch will connect with the Up and Down
)olumbia Trains, and Wilmington and Man
:hester Ilaliroad Trains, on Mondays,
Nednesdays aid Saturdays.
Night Expiess, Freight and Passenger
\coomioditiou Train will run as follows,
Leave Charleston for Columbia, 6.40 p n
Arrive at Columbia, 5.00 a n
heave Coltumbia, 3.00 p in
trrivo at Charleston, 3.20 it in
Lavo Charleston fur Augusta, 7.30 p) m
Xrrivo at Augusta, 6.60 a im
rletvo Augusta, 4.10 p in
Irrive at Charleston, 4.00 a in
Oct 8-1 f 11. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Bul't.
CHANGE 01 SCREDULE.
Charlotte and S. C. Ita1ihoilad Co.
SU IiIl NTisN DENT'S OFFICit,
COLUMBIA. 8. C., Oct. b, 1867.
)N and after Sunday. Wit instani, the
Trains on this Road will run as ful.
Leave Colimbia 1 41) P. M.
Xrrive am Cha.rlotto, 9.41) P. M.
lave Ch111arlole. 1.40 A. M.
Irrive at Columbia 940 P. 11.
MAakinig close connections for all points,
or h and111 Soithl
Passengers taking th4, rotate, gtoing
gorth. have choie of route from Greeuns
2000, Web141l or. Port1.smlouth.'
26y" iikets5 gool .A. eier 41 route.
B"linggaige- ceked irinogh.
For Through Tickets to It iohnis.ou.d, Watssh
ngtoln, lam ini iitre I'lhiladolph. ill and New
k ri. a pply aim. the Ticket Ollice, foot of
Bllanading st rcet.
Oct 5 pe rintendent.
LARGE i. CII EAP
FFER for sale the following articles as
low as they ann be brought in any
A Splendid Assortment of
Solid Merinoes, amid Delaines,
Black Goods, White Goods,
Shirts, Gloves, Iloier~y,
Table Clot hs,'Blecd
And Browin Domiesics,
Sltectangs, Checkedl Domestics,
Plaid Lindlseys, Blankets,
Shawls, Calicoes, Carpetmng,
1100o) Skirts, PBalimoral Skirts,
Whito and lRed Flannels,
Opera Flanniels. Cotton
Flannels, Cassi mecre, Tweeds,
Jeans, Iloods, Neubiasi v ndl
And everything in the Dry oods line.
A magnificent, assortment, of Boots and
A beautiful and choice variety of Ladies
A large assortnment of R~eady Mlade Cloth
ng, (very good aind cheap) )
A splendid stock of Ladies' 'and Genits
Hardware and tiroekery of every variety.
Sadldles, Ifarniess, Bridles,
Collars and Whips,
Sugar.', Coffees, Teas,
Molasses. Laird. flacon,
llama, Ekic, Vinegair,
liruging anid 11ope,
Cheese, Crackers, Pepper,
Spice. Stoda, Sardines,
Oysters, Candles aind everythiing
In thme Grocery Line.
A complete assart ment of
Cooking 8toves, Ironing
Furnaces, Wood Ware
No end to Notions.
fOU WILl1 SAVE .\ONEW BY GIVING US
MARBLE YA D!
tA. McN INCil respect fumlly informs the
* .eltiens of Fairtlelid and adjioining
Listricts that, he has establishled a MA l-.
WLE .YAI) opposite theo Posm-oflice in
bNinnhorO, where ho is fully p.'epared to
'urnish a~ny artile in. Marble of every style
and finish at amnuoha lower prices than they
save been fumrnished before. hlead AIloes,
'onibs. Mtonuments, of- every deserptin-,
I'ablo and Ijureau Covers. Miarble Pieces,
3emenfse itad l'lasters of Paris
PartIcular attention given to cleaning ated
'endyamitig old.Monmnts, Tombis, &e , &o.
,lie is also preparod to tur-nish Iron Fene,.
ng to order, for Graves, (irave Lots, Ceme-.
eries, Win low mi Qua, &c.
All works en~trily Boxed anid shipped to
oy point on ite Rilroad.
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
FILL AND WINTER
CHEAP CASH STORE!
X:)'L*,3r GCr O O it .
Plain, Figured and Silk Striped P'oplins,
Plaia and Fancy All-Wool Delaines,
Black and ltisaark Poplins, Colored
and Mourning Anerican Delaiiis,
Demi and Best, M1hair Alploas,
1 Piece Plain Whilte Alpaca,
Fitncy and StripedIl Piquets,
Dress and Apron Black Silk,
MENS' AND BOYS WEAR.
A superior stook of Jeans, Tweeds, and
Cassimores, inoluding lie Celebrated
Rock Island Goods.
While and Red All-.Wool Flannels, Black
and Colored Opera Flannels, Kersleys
and Lindseys, Black and Browu
and everything else.
CLOTHING I CLOTHING !
A very large stock in store of overy style
BOOTS AND SHOES.
As nlnI wo will keep one of the most iva
Vied stooks of 11o011s anid Shots in the
HATS AND CAPS.
Ladies', (ents', Misses', and Boys' Hats
and Caps in latest styles.
Fur Muffis, Cul's and Capes.
A Fine line of Ladles Shawls.
A varied stock of Blankets.
Well come and i'co. and we prom'11e to sell ts
low (Sm le i itis a slate lowlr) w; any
pulislished price list in k ho 61ate.
We have on hand and are receiving
TIIE BEST AND MOST
PR ET Y GOODS,
Ever before offered by mte In tis
M CO)B WOLFE,
Nos. 3 and 4 Brick Bange.
WINN*SBORO, 8. 0,
ACON AlbE8, Canvasised llama, La,'d in
na trels. and kegs. Sugar, Volree, Gokd-.
en 8yrupn olsesiingr Soap, Fine
w for 0C"h
IEOM1 o Wft845 & WVOOiWARtD,
Invite the Attention of tho
TO TIE LARGE STOCK OF
which they are
And which comprises nearly
Needed by the people la (
X ~B -A. j T -
Their object is (o do strictly a
That will induco all persons to
BUY FROM THEM.
TlIIE highest market priuo paid fir =o
.above article, Ila
by JiN). 1P. M AT1E W S, Jr.
cc~ott II. "E'flL1.16 I
100 Bunches, No. 810o 1-4, at $2. 25 pC
aug 3 JNO. P. MATTHEWS
F!Or Palaitka, Fernai natiii ,Jacki
sonville, andi all Lanidinigs on the
St. John'8 River via Savannah,
The splendid Steamshlip
(1,000 TONS IUILTIIIEN,)a
CAPLT. L. M. COXE I'E[~I, I]
Will sail from Middlo Atlantie Wharf, '*
Charlesiton, 8. C., overy Tuiesdayt Night at.
Nine (9) o'clook for the-abovo placs, con.
neering with t he Georgia (Tontral lllroadt
af Ravanunha, Ga., for Mobilo and New Or
Special contraots mxade for transport ing*
Laborers, Stook, Wagons, Implemnents, &c.
For Freight or P'asage apply on board or
at the otuce of J. D). AIKEN4 & CO.
sept 24.-8m Charleston, 8. C.
William G. Whilden & Co.,
IIAYDEN & WiHILDEN,
Watches, Jewelry, Silver ' Ware d
CRLOCK(ERY, CHINA, GLASS WARE, ~
and liouso F~unsluing Artlics. a
Old Gold and Silver purcliosed. ~alhes atkc *
255 KINON-T., OOIINY.C IPnAUIFAIN,
OllAI.ESTON, S. C. 0
AT WIIOLI'SALE, NO. 11 IJAYNE STRlEET
WM. 0, WJIILDF.N, H. TIJOMAs, JR.,
WM. s, LANNEAU.
M iL LS 1IOU EE,
, Crner Qeen and Meeting Steels,
T'HI$:POPUflA1. AND WELLA
I.;4QN 1I0U82~ is now fully open
for (lh4'4opion of visitor., baring boo
refurttso sitL Now and Elegant FurnI
atio .oughond4i dub'ers t o 11ho travele
accons d s o1tveniences ns A First
r South.* Te pafronaige of the publio is
respootrully so ii ed.' t
*lKates of oaQrd ecr day, - .$4 0J
" " per month is. may a
agreed 9a. JOSEPII PUROELL,
feh 24''-.tt Pt.tqt,. 0
J US'T R10C10VED DIREICT frm
NEWi Y ORK,
A FRE1S ASSORTMENT
. &C., &c., &0.
For sale low for Cash-at
(Lato ALLEN & DIAL,)
At he Sign (f the Golden Pad Lock,
COLUIBlJA, S. C.,
W\I LESALE AND RETAIL,
ljiporter tid Deteter i Ellglsli tid
IARDWARE & CUTLERY,
NDIA lIUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING,
ntud Tanners' Tools,
I'laster, Paints, Oils,
Frmnch and American
Iowder, Shot, &0.,
RUL1 TO PLEAD.
'lie State of South Carolina.
IN TilH OMMON PLEAS.
S. F. Duloso
[.11ERHAS the Plaintiff did on the 18th
diay of November, A. D. 1800 file
is declara ion& against the Defendant who,
t it. is said) is absent from and without
he litmits of thiS State and has neither wife
or attorney knmown within the same upon
ihonm a copy of' the said declaration might
It is ihereforo ordered that the said Do.
endanmmt do appear and plead to the said
eolarationm on or boforo thmo14th day of No.
emiber, A. D. 1807i, otherwise final and at,.
lmhemtojnment will then be given antd
wvarded for tihe Piaintiff aainmst him.
S. 1L. OW NEY, 0.C. UP.
'lrk'miOfllco, Fairlield District
13th November 1800 nov le8l y
RULE TO PLEAD.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
.S. Gaillard, Assignee, Declaration
vs. I in
Saling Wolfo. .1Attachment.
lEllEAS. thle Plaintiff ini this action
did on this dlay file his Declaration
gaint Xaihng Wolfe tihe Defendant who is
bsent from and without the limits of this
tate, (as it Is said,) and having neither
ire or attornmoy known, upion whom a
sp~y of the above Decharation with a rule to
lead thereto, may lhe sorved: It is there.
>re in pursuance of tho Act of the General
stembly of the Stato In snah enses made
ud provided, Orderod, that the Defendant
o plead thereto on or before the 27th day
fc olber, A D. 18017, or otherwise final
11d abisolutejndmcgmient will be then giveun
ud awarded against himi.
8. 11. CLOWNEY, C. C. P.
'imn' boro. 8. 0., 20th Oct., 1800.
RULE TO PLEAD.
State of' South Carolina,
IN TUS COMMON PLEAS.
vs. ~ Attachment.
as. R1. Ashmford. J
V HIEIIEAS, the Plaintiff did on the 16th
iV day of March, A. D. 1807, 51e his
colarat ion against, the Defendant who, (as
said) is absent fronm and without the in:
s of thit State, and has neither wife nor
ttornmey known within tihe same upon whom
copy of the said declaration might ho
It is therefore Ordered, that (he said De
mtdanmt do appear and plead to the said do.
laration on or before the 17th day o
Faroh, A. D. 1808, otherwise final ati abf
lute ndgment, will then be given ad
warded for the Plaintiff against him.
Clerk's Office,'FIairnoeld D1i*t
March 16, 1807.
WORt THE *
Life, Letters, SpeechE~
lon, Aleander H. Stephens,
DY UiM'Y CLEAVElLAND, ESQ4
ste Id(t69fthe' Agusta (Gs.) Oaxatit af1k
5.q4 flo3 u.rt and see ourt'mg atid
de91,4 of -the work. AdIrs
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one squaro (9no inoh.) olose print, will be
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Larger advertiseonts. when no contract
Is wado, will be charged in exact propor.
tion. Contraole made on the most liberal
Obituaries, Marriages, Tributes of Res.
poet and Communications of a personal
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The HERALD Job Office Is pree
pared to 1111 all Orders for
L ET TER HEA DS3
HAND BILLS, &0., &O.,
[n the best style and en Benson,.
Desportes, Williams & Co.,
Dlstrict Court ofthe UnitedStaites.
WVE8TERN DISTRICT OF80OUTE CAR0MNA.
[n the matter of Nathan 0.)
Robertson Dlankrupt, West- I nDanktolo
etn District, of 8. aolteina,
T HI8 is to give noie thiat on 26th
Lday of Sptember, 1887, ~ t6~ of
Bkaywas issued t 4t
Distiot of doulki OarOlinaI, Ciu
ate of Wathan 0. !toberon hr,
>f aire Distrio, in .es ~ &~wa
>wn petidion. 1' ,epay'i~ of
let, and the pf47 t4,vybe
osgingt u h 'bbli
ise,'ad ~1.t ~ *34~ by
urm are ftob entby; *~ ~et,
og of the ore~ito~' #t ai Birup&, to
rove theit debt., e4 Lohoo0O* tieow oe
esIgnes of his' sate, wIllbd heldiat a
leutt of Iadlruptoi.-to be holden at Fair
le4id nr Hox; as .i' 0. 0h bfore
a4t 4 19q s bt 1 91nt.
ley te Oot erA A
1.8. bMarshall for aid os s Alsa