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Nothing of interest from the God.
Special attention is directed to tho
advertisement of F. Elder.
See change of schedule C. & S. C.
If any mun in the community de
serves patronago and success it is cor
tainly our enterprising fellow-citizen
M51r. F. Elder. All unite in praising
his labor-saving machines. The )0d
JI)atented before the war was univer
saly 'proinounced an excellcnt, thing,
anid the samo is now said of his Cloths
ashcr, lJough nmnehine and Chivrn.
All success to him.
Escaped from Jail.
On 11ondlAy night Gleorge Saddler,
Ulias Ocorge Brown, succeeded in
his escape from prison by drawing
tihe staples of the prison doors With
the round of a chair, thstaples being
merely driven ill thle ceilIng aid not
elhiched. After getting out of his
coll lie then split his blaikcts length.
wise, tied them together and let himi
self down from the third story of tle
Briad River Doinocratio 1. lub.
The following resolution was ade
ed by the Broad River Democi - ie
Club a short time sinco :
Resolved, That the Democratic
Conservative party representing tile
white population of the State, took
part in the clection for District offi
cers, oi the 2d and 3d of June last,
for the public good, u11nder the necessi
ty of the case ; and that by so doing,
they do not directly or ,indirectly, re
cogIlize tihe legality of the so-called
Constitutional Convention, nor the va
lidity of the Constitution imade by
Death of Thos. A. Lipsey.
The Chester Standard. of the 6th
instant, announces the death of Mr.
Thos. A. Lipsey, a highly esteemed
citizen of Chester, Mr. Lipsey was a
nNember of Company 1"1 6th S. C
Infantry during the late war. le
was a brave soldier, a kind officer,
and a Christian gentlenai. Peace
to his noble spirit.
The Smith Murda,
The two coroners, Messrs. \Yafler
and Jlinston, says the Oolumbia
Phwnix of the 5thy continued their in
vestigations yesterday, and a-djourned
to imeet this morning at 9 o'clock. A
number of witnesses were examined,
had several parties implicated in the
unfortunate affair. We shall give an
abstract of the evidence, ol the con
c-lion 'of thie -ingnost. John Wil
liamns, ea news-boy on (lhe South Care
mia railroad, idientified Thomas Rich
ardlson (wvho claims to represent Colic
ton District in thie preaen't ledgisla
ture) as the man wh-o firedl the fatal
Is shot. On this affidavit, Magistrate
W. I)% Jo~hnston committed Rich ard.
son to jail.
Gohvernor Bullock, of Georgia, made
bis appearance en Sunday last,iiun At.
tanta, in a handsome vehicle, drawn by
ai pair of stylish "Express" horses
When halted in front of tlm chu-reh
door, the animals, true to their in
eti net, immtediately wheele~d and back
ed the vehicle into the church door.
i'ho Congregation, as a matter of
course, became terribly excited, but
in a few minutes quieted down ; and
the mortified Governor, departed. So
says the Augusta Vhrontc/c.
Idonticello Demooratio Assooiation.
Whereas, The National Democrat
ic party of the UJnion~ in Convention
assembled, having nominated the lHon.
Horatio Seymour of Now York for
President and den. hrancis I~. Blair,
of Missouri, for Vice-President, aind
having with unparalleled unanimity
adopted a declaration of prinlpes
for the general government of the
part "chi principles arc juist and
ouTta;>lo in their bearing,
Be it therefore Revolvcd, That the
Mtonticello Democratic Association do
- heartily endorse the notion of said
(onvention, and pledge their undivid'
od support to both of thb nominations
amnd line of principles.
1lc.solved, That these proceedings
he furnished the Winnsboro News and
Fairfield licraldl with a regqust that
they bo published.
4 JAMES AIKCE1, -
1i. M.YJ.TV, Georotai'ys
"The War between the States, its Oaus
es, Oharaoter, Conduot and Resnits,"
by the Hon. Alexander IL. Stephens,
Is the title of a valuabld work just
-Issued by "The National Publishbidg
CJo., Atlanta, Ga.
IIistor'ios of thie late civil *ai- haie
aprung up like nmushiroomns, and they
can now be numubered almost by hun
Sdreds. but all who nre datesioso at -
riving at a correot understanding of
tho causes; and a clear history of tho
evonto of the latd lamentable war,
have felt thd want of a reliablo histo
ry.of the same trom a Southern stand
point, by sono representativo man of
the South. This want is about to be
supplied by Alexander H1: Stephetist
Mr. Stephens was it most earneAt pro.
testant against rebellion, atid only
suceumbed at the last moment, whon
his State, in spite of his warning,com
mittdd the great error.
The bare announcement that tii9
listinguished Statesman had deter
iiindd to write a book, would of itself,
be sieicint to kindle a lively and
wide-sprTad interest in all sections of
tie country ; but when it was known
that lhe has closen as his thlieme the
ano so fruitful as1 THE LATE AmIUCAN
WAR, the absorbing interest of the
3ubject, together with the evident and
singular fitness of the autlhor for its
reatenot, unito in awakening a curi
)sity entirely unparalleled ih thd an
ials of Anicrienn literatui'd.
It presents a careful anilyAis df the
bas., separating real and appaiciit
auses of the late tiunhappy condiot)
and gives thoso int6rior lights and
shadows of the Great War5 only known
to those high officers, ivihi watched
the flood.tide of Revolution from its
rolintain-springs, and which were so
4cessible to Mr. Stephens from his )0
sition as second officer of the Confede
To thd Imblid that bas b6dit sAir:
reited with apparently similar prd
ductiois, it pr6setits a change of far6,
both agreeable and saltitary, and an
intellectual trbat of the highest ordert
The Great American War has at last
found a historian worthy of its impor.
tance, and P.. whd6e hands it receives
that moderate, candid and ilhpartial
treatment which truth And justice so
Thismost valuable *vdek is sold
only by subscription, and thk liublish:.
ers want an agent in every 1lstritt.
M .A. 0 =:EW-FrVE S,
&c., &c., &c.
r lE subscriber is now prepared to fur
nish, repair or make to order all kinds
My Patent Cloths Washer will always be
on hand, they have been thorouglly tested
for lite past twelve monts by the public,
and in all cases have given entire vatisfac
tion. It is inple In its construct ion, durable
and not liable to get. out. of order, it will
wash six shirts or that bulk or clothes in
live minutes if used according to directions.
I invite the citizens of Winnsboro and sur
roundin'g Vountry to call and examine my
new Cltuvn Ah1o my Dough Machine, they
Jre decided Liprovements ever the old me
htCUSN-EE~PERS B1A INDEPENDENT.
Comec and 'examie nily Labor Saving Ma
chines, and givu th'e a fait trial, ad 'ir
they (10 nlo. give entire satisft'aion, relurnt
ihemi any timte withIin thirty days and I will
r'efund the mey, as I Warrant every Ma.
Winnsboro, S. C.
This is to cortify thot we are using F.
Iluder's liat.ont, Clothes Washer; It is simple
and not. liable to get eout, of order. We can
recommend it to the public to be a great
saving of labor~ and less injurious to the
clothes than the ol.d..method of Washing.
J 11ey. C i1 Betts. Winnsbord, N C,. Mrs D)r
ilR MeMaster, Winnsboro, S C, Mrs Sam
Stevenson, Fairfield District, S C. MrS
Ilobi iIerron, Fairfield District, S C, Mirs C
Kenned(y, Chester, S 0, Dr J A Rleedy,
Chester, S C, Mrs Caleb Barnes, Co'imabia
S C, Mrs J L1 Yongue, Columbia, S C, Capt
I, M Grist, Proprietor Enquirer', Yorkyill.e,
S C, Mrs. S. I2. Clowney, Wlnnsboro, 8. 0.,
Rt. WV. Brice, l'astor HIop8well Ohunith.
LES SENI?U STOCEs.
W intend altering the shelving, and
~makinag additions to our Store for
the Fall trade. Mr. Ligon will commence
about thoe first, of September. in order to
have as mnuch room as possible, we off'er our
Dodts an'd Shbs,
Hat-s and Capa,
Dargains will be offered. Call and sce.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
No d I-d consantly rebelving*
fresh additions of fine
which we offer at Columbia ,prices. All
1 P( PElR MONTH to sellthe NA..
Ie.TIONAL. FAMILY 8BWING
fi ACiIINE. This blehIneis eqta to: th
stidr Msin ed i byery *osp#e.t ind Is
sold1 at the low price of $2U. Addren g.
TIONAIi SEWING MA0HIil Ct., Pli -
. l 2-nb r9. n
Latest by Telegraph,
WAsixoNos, August 4.
The Indian iBnreau received ak dispatch
this morning, from Elsworth Kansas, 3d
inst., quieting fears of hidian di.sturbances.
.One millidn of the Alaska purchafe money
will be phipped to.morrow. . .
T.he Commissioners of the Central Pacific
Railve.y report a section of twenty miles,
terminating 178 miles froli Jthb initial point
at Saoaniento: in good vorking order. .
Thad. mtevens is scriotily 1 in this city.
Tli6 debt statemnt, will probably b- is
sued iolihorrow. It ivill silbty a Sight ins
IntgiA iiervenile i'eceipts $7,046,600.
A 'di'vention of colored ciazens of the
boder States was licid in Baltim6l-e 1'o daiy.
grivate dispatches reoei:ed here itimate
.a emocratic majority in M-'ntucky of from
60,000 to 70.000. .
LATIR --itetarnas fdmill 'pars of Ken
tucky show iiiense increase of Deitoer.a
tic majorities, an-al dling oil' of Ito lta di
cais. Stevenson's majority vill jlrobably
reach 60,000. lik l.onisville, Stevenson re
ceived 8,244 aitnd his Radical dlipotent -11.2.
WASnIMN6-O, August 5.
fliid Steven's condition is not 2ritical
The President will not leave the 6iNy
under ten days,
The revenue receiits to-day I'lre $4T37,
000. Many important. execalive muttiers
are hold in abeyanco for Mr. Evart's re
Secretary Welles and stalf'are inspecting
tile navy .varly..
Sec.tary McCt!och and Gena Rom
seau visitc'l the President to-day.
-Tike Ge.ei-dl of the armies has recom.
mended the remission ofthe remainder of
the senten.ces and release from imprisolt
inent of all persons now in conuinement
under sel Itences of military cotimmissiois
organized ddor the reconstruction ictA in
tnose StaWs it which said acts have ceased
to be operative.
There are over 600 applicants for ihe
twenty-five supervisorships created by ihe
new tai bill.
Thd Tr'ed?uiy 1it1ment gives no itil
Tuation of what the debt statement (to be
Issued on Saturday) will show. It has been
delayed by serious errdrs in its comple
Thi f1llowing is a ihl-nuthonticated
Cabinet, hcene :
Secretary Browning led off . declar.ing
limselt'in favor ofSeymour and Blair fol
lowing it il by asserting that. there shoutdl
be harmony itt the Cabinet. Nlessrs. Wlles
und McCulloch followed in the same strain
except they dikl not, urge so strongly a
change in the Cabinet unless Messrs. Sc
wArd, Evais, Scholibid, nid Raindolpi, who
arb absent, slitll act in 1ccdiding with the
AVsft-,t0.d9 Autgust 8.
Grant's recommendation for a general jail
delivdily in the Sootiherni States, heretofore
(clegraphed, was formally presented to tlie
Cabinet yesterday, but produced no action.
The habede idi6is beihg i'eofordd, itill th6
(6tris being open, relief' froim iinjust or
illegal puniishiientl was withinl easy and
speedy reach of every citizen ; whereas tie
swe ping action proposed by iGeneral Grant
would doubtless thro* niany bad men ii
tiese bohimuni ies.
A tiareftti reading of the second section
of the fokrteenth amendnient of the Consti
tution, shows that the people must vote for
Presidential electors, or lose their repre
sentation lit bofigress.
Internal retenhe roeipts tblaJ,, $'10,
A. W. Clqrlc relieves General Kilpatrick
as Chilian Minister;
The Secretary of'. the Treasury issies in',
structions, that. persons entitled to intires
on bonds failing tid collect the interest
within ninety days after maturity from tho
proper Assistant Treasiir'y. with be referred
to Washington for setilemellt.
The belief is curreft that. the Cabinet. Ias
decided to ant erfere it the Southern States
only in cases of palpable inaurection. De
tails will transpire on Monday.
It is uinder-stood t hat, while the G overn
ment considers the situatioti lis on'e of deli
cacy, and requiring great. dlisc'et ion, It, will
use powers under the Constitution and the
laws to repress disordlers with promtptness
PAnts, August 4.
An Imperial decree has been Issued, auo
thorizing the issue of a new loan.
Livsu.o,or., August 8.
Mr-. Davis was on 'Change yesterday, and
was loudly cheered.
AuuarsrA, August d.
There was a great. Seymour- and Blair r'a
tificatton meeting at. Aikon to-day. Three
t.housand persons wer-c present.. . liampt on,
Butler and others spoke. Two colored men
also spoke. A colored Democrat ic Club
wttb in tihe procession.
Mox-rooMRny, Atugust 8.
fieo Ilouse passed the Senat.o bill, autho
rfiing the Legislature to east, tihe electoral
vote of thne 8tate. The Speake-r and others
pyotesIQd agiinst, it as anti republican, and
opposed 1b to genIus antd spirit, of' liber ty.
New YOnK, August 8.
The bity oflicials and( an Immense con
sourse of citizens followed IIalpino's re
mains to the grave to-dlay.
Railway Enterprise-Speaker ColfCax's
Tour to the Rocky Mountains-Lynoh
St,. Louis, August 8.
One thotl!tand illtn eihployed ar-e on the
Colorado Central railroad.
A te!qgram from Speaker ('olfax declines
any public de'monlitrahibn ohi hIS t,rip to the
Three gamblol's *ere lynchied dlt Rioui
City last week for cheating.
Sudden Death of ''Miles O'Reilly."
Naw YonR, Angust 3.
Charlos 0. Ilaline, editor of tho Ciinhd,
and het ter kaown by his ilont db p'lau of
'MIles O'Re.iliy," died thile iorning of an
overdose of oltlortiform, takena to relive
neuralgia. ,hIe wats- formterly city r-egi*tef-.
Dreadful Aodideilt at the Lnglish M'usio
Hall-Twentysthree Persons Crushed to
MAKOuREsR, ENGLANID, August 8.
"A 4readful accident, occurred here on
Saturday niet During 'the regular per
formance at a laf'e mtslo hall an alarm of
fire was rwtised, a6d the entire ltudrIence Idm
nediately rushed for' the doors, eotmplotely
blehking up the passage. For a time the
wildest, cxcitement, prevailed. an d order was
restoi4d that (tiere Wras no Aire. It Was
fottnB tiidi, fo 16si tilid tIhenty-thtoo per.
uone,thoetly i*othen and4 children, had been
crushed to death.I the stampede. A large
nutnbet ha'd theIr' limbs broken, and were
tt) rn :A n5 C hd cn W tv U.- t: , t- ~ CA
21, - '.
c, cz 02 C)o Z p I ' ,
C O eo a o - .. -, C
os Ct~j ; C-4O = t ;
Nr. Yoh, Au. Z, 7 CP-M
40 bles a 12-om Zale reo
ed at 2 l . -
cha rl nton Mket.
Z- c I L I ,.,
Z e,$,j *C -I ' .C ) C1,II .r, C
Cottcn <iull -;n ae on spot-i17
CA lo bnonanslgtydv
co 1zI C'. I %; 0 - .
co C-ujinnds9' reas o. a
cn Z.leAN A-s CT - S
Ctd eng aout CO'cck,w
zallo clXi-es and about one C u nded
c ~olod ili~ ad 2W-ome aSseilbep ot
teCtdl dro,l'o l proeo
cdiscusin (mater of reaimor
befreC he mp roo Fra Che 8.
n inor arket,
Ngi ofic; 400oie o . Ti.
iat-oulirdi cnd tlreans i al saoa1
fro in Calas fo 1oery toi tniceditble
1,000 blesa. 9-01cvie eot
erdat eCoi, aout fablously
Coitl (cu, tw 11 ies oedrm spto 1
tall.eu1dlos m id s rau na hdr d
Tiorte witoyPnusmi.d -Tihbl Prsdvant
haollciald y elaimed. t ratile 1on
te oth bal ofres o tre beiwe oh
dited Stetves oaeria o grath igo
tofc io teat, coei ho(e ttrofct
zenship cnin s Volh coboitfy: 11lde
anodin IndCentra Ralroadlrecenl
di'anin "88mls n 4.orad i2mon
tes,t whilciy. equialettol 45fmiles
Ah Eugllsb efiginder huis jus't laid
pefore thie E)CI-or df France time
plans for a ion er ft, to be placed
on thren steamers, each supplied with
an enginle of )0g.h-1fse power. This
r'aft *toffld e6nvdy U10118i ill ill SCaF0113
fro ; Calais to bover iI an incredible
short space f trie, iimd Vit fabulously
diiniheUtd Sares ,
I,. lA'rmeu ot Tin tr NAisi dn A.
lind omiao blJinan th ramiatiwo
was bot statinly' testred ty beigw h
Uly dese.o A caip tdand w Kith:
ofua coucernn h fatro
AtiNorlnht oibis. icg
ndinan sa Cntdalo for T odcorenf
Fair18ielUsrint, o and 12ngn
Mt es wichlis etoalenm tof 'b5 mols
ofer home, myhs.I thien tt, time
mier withd son uc joy, whoaelmbdm
dereant atesona, loi blaled in such
a sitarch;n o dtite i thn ayim o haig
siiIoece tripvho fo ti',the mtan
foasding whic, ao nd winhrnmy reach
ing e .iin ed Steos lylt.g. o,oh
sulda ebn trmlat,te rsoibiity ofig
lan th undrigdr tand have byou lihening
anrd mntho blind Cmany, "wqomabl YLif
hadgemen mayo binrd ifo' eurghon' certl
le a proaselmigned,adfe. adrealt
out anyt. ce
El.lioTt, San'latcare t E.thc J. ean,. o.
iuinami as a ndito o 4 aldro
C,~~ C d eiFrench
C,' ,loct in.
i) CG - itm.f
lioi .op lxd Pels Cand Os
teore Candien AiCaie'ad e.
o ;- mention.
Pufies tiie lod
or Sl-conDrgisto ry
100 lbs. o aon, o Caton ri,) ur
1110ls hl hadri Jna Coffee, k'~l,No
0 1 nd: , a xra , - Su r r
lrovi ii:l. i Sugarcks Cured f dlam s.
LT'.. i i ,CaF s I LAdSElt NELBR Enait
apeiI 28 .ms W:d AI.ke~' Niis iE LSN.ta
.11. kins;eLiciG , LiENil EN,
Nso 1 Countrye~ Aurd lumsnilUe
n i s otatlninyote artiss es L' nne
rni~o Lodt iard.
Purif0Eslt ith 8 1ood,
Por iae byn nrd,.tuJ~vrwh
Extr 0 Y0 o1
1 dSE) r EDar
W U lia e.1istrec i Ad aatresin s anles;
o CA101ls.- conticig of ri,
10 bulieol*on Nod Ia Co mitr,
2mid and o etrom CSiug
lk-o ii Sl 1. Sga r kir li Opum .
, reenlikOn Terdv h mllItA
Ph ia ph Im inin t.uf m b ottlied
)WE i er poo Yo l M l d mi l
Coice Cliw g T , -
D. 1li. I,ENIKiN,
Agen fdo' Aurey & Co., Bali'r.)
July 28 onr urdlni
?o alie Deus. mEeywoe
a Just Rive by
LEMO 8. ESO
QiNSil CocAd ramatn Candl au
Finros, u Klser, nin Pst, mo
O reei FrisnT. aadb~
Aun JOHNoyNR & C d i mr.
Notice ! !
Ifvite the Attenution of' the
TO T J' AW.H': STO('K OF
And whihel comprises nearly
Needed by the people in
Their objet is tW do mrit'ly a
A nd to
Thla will indulc all persols to
.tUY FROM THEM.
SMUTH ClidaR RA
GUN:nAI. St rP. I.:N:NTDi:NYNT'Os OrI'ri'l
Charles(on, S. C., March 26, 1868.
N anl afier Stunday, Marcli 21h, the
allsselger Trainm on tlie Soulil Caroli
In l1ailroad will run uasl t',ollows, viz
,'oattb Ciuiriesion; 6.30 a. In
\rrive it A IgIs1 a, ' : 0 P In
J,1ve Charleslin, 7. 1) 1 m
\rrive aA .ngsIn, It. a In
W:Ive Charleston, I a In
\rrive at Colhinhit1, .1.50 p mn
.eive Cliar1le.t oil, 5.- 1) 1 1 1n
\rrive at ('oumb1ia, 0. 21) a in
lenve A tgnsin, .00 a In
\irrive at (harmlestlon, .1i p m
NaVe A gust'I; 'Ii1 p m
kruive aII Char11lesfonl, '1ll a mI
enve colii ii, 6.00 a III
i v I II (harleston, 3.11) p m
eflvo Colihinia, .;10 p
Irrivo it Charleston, 6.30 a in
SUNDEIVI LLE ' AIN.
leave Charleston, 3.40 p m
irrive at SuinImrville, 5. A1 p It
tbeaveSunillhilerville, 7.21) a ii
Irrive at. Charleston, 8.15 In
CA.)ID EN 1B11A N C II.
On Mon(hty-, Wednesdays and Sturdaps.
Leave KG.;"sville, 2.20 p m
\rrive at Camd11len, 4 0) p) m1
'eave Calldell, 5 .10 ia In
\r've a. Kinp.svillo, . 7.10 a m
1. PlEA R E. flci'I Slp't.
O biIo H o0 pind 8. C Uailroad.
CoL.XXIIIA, Aug. 8, 1868.
N pnd after tiiis datc, tihe Trains over
Ilis RInd i;ill run as follows :
'ASSFNu1t. TRA IN NORITi.
b.avo Columbia, 4.15 p in
'' Winiialboro, U. 10 p m1
"('heste. i.00 p m
Arrive atL Chtarlol I, 11.00 p n
Lelive.Chai-'lottoi. 11.86 p mn
" (Chester, 2.16 a ml
"'Vt Winnsihotrq, 4.00 a mn
Arrive ut Columabiai 6.(00 a in
IN ACCoATl'ION TRiAiN wir.i. RUN As roI,
indays, We'dniesays andt Fidaays.
LeaiveI ColumbIia, 7.(a0 am
"'Chest er, i.48 p mn
Anjive al ChIiFotil, fl.35 p311
Leavre Chiarlottob, IL.00 a m~
" Chiester, 10.410 a mn
" Whnisborro, 1.40 p mn
Arrive at Columbia, 5.04l p ii
lies"J"" "K""" "Ielii""", Ex't
1?S 1,eo, Mrst. Winslow's Soothiung Syr-'
ip, DiinIbma lltemedy, 111u811and's M agnesia,
lostierl''s liittIer's, Calixnya liitt1ers, i"odi,
~reuam Tarteri, Curna SIarchI, 14ri na, Arrow
lloot. Alcock's Porous Plasters, Queen's
Delight, &o. .Just reeived.
KETLClttN, MoMASTEII. & JIRICE,
DRESS G00ODS, &c.
I A DIES' DILlESR 00DS, Prairited Mliis
la Ii:1s, Orignndles, S*tss, Cambrids, Ja
conoiis,. (linghiaros, Calicoes, Pliaid anid
Striped H!omespuns, Long Cloths, Cotton
Yar'n, t'able Linen, Cassimeores, Cot lonades,
1,adies'1arnd (lentlceiie's Shoes, lirogans,
&6., &tl. Just rceivd.
K(ETCiIlIN, McMASTER & IIIIICE.
FR1ESH (AROCEIES .
SUdAlIt, ('oftee; Mohitses Teoa, Carldlen,
Sl.8arch, Soap, Vinegar, P'owder, Shot,
h.ead, &p., &o, .Just receivpdl by.
KE'CIIIN, MedlASTElL & JIRICE.
THE VERY BEST, '""
IlII8TulyNow Flour, for sale by
juy1 liIOM PSON &'WOODWVAltD;,
ONE of Elder's FilrI Class W A81IING MA
. C!NHd.Ctheap for Cashi A pply at,
BACON IDES and will bo sold low for
apl 0 'i~dMP8ON & WOODWA'.U).
PEAS ! PEAS !!
A ' dT of While Poas, and O0w i*oas, ius
A1 rNoelved and fllr aI~ &o
H Aldts, Shoulders and Sides. A159, 'ine
ILFlour and Corn Meal j ust received by
iHET'CIIN, MoMA81'BRi & BRIC1E.
The Fairfield Herald:
THE TI'-WEERLY NES',sV.
T'I11- Proprietors of the above iiple's,
tnke pleasure in announcing to hil paf
frons that (hey will continue thle publica
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Iiron-l i Sreel. A 1 tla.I,'
State of' South Car'olia,
IN r'li'l (0>t.itoN P'f,nA5.
hios. J. Chalk, vs. LD. C. Boyle, Att fach.
W hlERtEA8 fhe Plaintiff did on the 2thl
Vi day of' Ootober', A. J). 18617, (ito hsis
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