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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 March 1866

MILITARY TRIAL. [-CONTINUED.:] March 8, 1866. The Commission met aVlO.80 A. M., ?*d p*o . ceededto the >t*ial of James Crawford Keys, Rob? ert Keys,-and ERsha Byrum. The charges and Specifications were read. The three first Charges, with their Specifications, are similar tothose preferred against P. G. Stow? ers, and relate to the same act. Charge IV. is now advanced for the first time, and roads as follows: . CHJiadB IV.?Sedition, Conspiracy and Riot. SrxcmcAWON.?In this, that they, James .Craw foirclKeysv' Robert Keys, and E?sha Byrum, oiti z&ns of South Carolina and divers other citizens of S:ath Carolina,, being 'moved and instigated by 'deiire to incite and' cause rebellion against the Government "and people of the United States, in ' th-i State of South Carolina, did conspire together to that-end, and, in pursuance of such seditions Jjoeiaaplraoy did,.by the hands of the- said James .Crawford, Keys, and of other agents assisting him, f^t'tibry and feloniously seize on J...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 March 1866

HEADQUARTERS, Military District Western S, Carollaa, FOURTH SEPARATE BRIGADE, Coiimsur, 5. 0-, Feb. 16, 1866. GENERAL ORDER NO. 9. 1. Before ? Military Commission, which con? vened at Headquarters,. Military District of Wes? tern flenth'Carolina, Fourth Separate Brigade, Co? lumbia, South'Carolina, pursuant to Special Order No. 48, dated' Headquarters, Military District of Western South Carolina, Fourth Separate Brigade, ' Columbia, South. Carolina, November 30, 1865, :and of which Lieutenant-Colonel C. S. Brown, 1st ?Maino Battallion, is President, was arraigned and ?tried: : ' ?iDigguz Moblcy, citizen of Chester District, State of ?South. Carolina. .\- ^ ? Ohawhb. Assault and Battery,.irith 'Merit tb Sill. Srs?mciiaoK:'"In this, that Biggus Moblty, a . *6-citizen of Chester District, State of South Car-1 ?olina, did, on or about the 18th day. of N?vem-.; *ber, 1805, on his plantation, in the District 3&ad State aforesaid, shoot, with a pistol, a col? ored freedwoman, by the na...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 March 1866

HEADQUARTERS, ?tery" l)istrict Western S. Carolina, FOURTH SEPAF.ATE BRIGADE, , Oomtm-wa, S. C, Feb. 16, 3886. GENERAL ORDER KO. 9. 1." Before a Military Commission, which con? vened at Headquarters,.Military District of Wes? tern Sonth'Carolina, Fourth Separate Brigade, Co? lumbia, South Carolina, pursuant to Special Order No. 48, dated' Headquarters, Milit?r/ District of Western South Carotinaj Fourth Separate Brigade, CblMiWa, -South Carolina, November 30, 1865, -and of whioh Lieutenant-Colonel C. S. Brown, 1st Maine Battallion, is President, was -arraigned and ?rled : '?? ? ?iBiggus Mpbley, citizen of ?Chester District, State of -Sooth.Carolina. Chabc*. Assault and Battery,.with 'Intent t? Kill. ?Sl?B0mcAl30!r: In this, that Biggus Sohlet/, a . % -citizen of Chester District, State of South Car $>lina, did, on or abotrt the ISth day of Novem 5b?r, 1806,- on his plantation, in the District ?ad Stato aforesaid, shoot, with a pistol, a col? ored freedwoman, by the name of Lizzie...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 March 1866

' - ^op?wall Jackson. The memo-/of Stonewall .Jackson has received few tribu*'8 more Eching in its simplicity and nalhos fte'*>llov>11ff beautiful poem, pub? lish-* in the New York CWz?n, of which Charles r> Halpine is the editor. Mr. Halpine, himself a poet of rare taste, was an officer in the United Statea army during the late war, and is well known to fame 83 "Private Miles O'Rilay." The poem in question,'he sayB, is from the pen of a distin guished officer of1 the United States navy: 5 - Ho sleeps'aU quietly and cold, Beneath the soil that gave him birth; Then break his hattle-brand in twain, And lay it with him in the earth 1 No more at midnight shall he urge His toilsome march among the pines; Nor ?hear upon the morning air The war-shout ef his charging lines. Cold in the eye whose meteor-gleam Flashed hope on all within its light; And stiU the toice that; trumpet toned, Hang through the serried ranks of fight. , No more for him shall cannons park, Of tents gleam whit...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 March 1866

%n M?kM M?v ?o?rmu-#tioWi t? politics, Sefos, pcrafmt, BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1866. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 40, Tiie Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, V. S. CURRENCY, OR, 82.00 A YEAR IF SPECIE. . HATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage -Notices charged for at these rates. MILITARY TRIAL. - [continued.] Citadel, March 10, 1866. The Commission met at 30.30, A. M., ?nd continued the trial of James Craw? ford Keys, his son, Robert Keys, and Eli sha Byrem. His Exeelleney James Lawrence Orr, witness for the defence, being examined ?out of order (the prosecution not having closed), to enable him to leave the city, deposed i That he went to school with Crawford ? Keys in 1833; that Keys is nine years his senior, being about. 53 years, of age.; that he (Keys) lives two mi...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 March 1866

MILITARY TRIAL. [CONTINUED.] Citadki, MarchgH, 1864". The Commission met at 110.30 A. II., and con tinned the trial of James Crawford Keys, his son, Bobert Keys, And Elishai Byrum. The Judge Advocate- stateeT that confirmatory information had been received as to the capture of one of the horse* referred to in the proceedings of thu last preceding day, and steps taken to pro? cure the testimony of the persons in whose pos? session tb* same was faund ; that as some time may ;dapse before such testimony can be submit? ted, ha desired to renew the suggestion made at the kst meeting, as to suspending the'prosccution and taking testimony for the defense. . Tho Commission decided that while it docs not wish the counsel for the accused to bind them? selves to go on with their testimony at present, yet i; it be any convenience either to counsel or witnesses, the Commission are now ready and willing to hear their testimony at once, while waiting for the production of the ovidence men? tioned ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 March 1866

SOMETHING NEW! <J. E. & T. Harper ARE receiving and opening at McCully's Corner, a well-selected stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,. Comprising | DRY GOODS, HATS & CAPS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, good assortment, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, LADIES' ft GENTS' BOOTS ft SHOES, a large assortment. HARDVAEE, ?B?&?*?, G-BOCERIE?,- Sec, Waich wiU be sold low for Cash. COUNTRY PRODUCE, such as CORN, PEAS, BACON, LARD, and COTTON, Taken m exchange for Goods. The patronage of the public is respectfully so? licited. J. E. ft T. HARPBR. March 15, 18G6 89 TWO AGRICULTURAL PAPERS FOB $2 50 THE Southern Cultivator, D. REDMOND AND WM, N. WHITE, EDITORS. ESTABLISHED XIV 1843! Volume 24 Commenced January, 1866! Monthly, at . . . . . . $2 00 per annum. 8ix C?pic3 for.10 in Advance. By special trraagement with the MARYLAND FARMER, another excellent Rural Monthly, pub? lished in Baltimore at $1.50, both papers will be sent one year for $3.00; six of-, each for $16.00; ten of each for $25.00?giving...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 March 1866

The Jacket of Gray. BY MRS. C. A. CALL. VI'. "'. ""' i I. ' - Fold it up carefully, lay it aside ; Tendsrly touch it, look on it with pride; For -car must it be to our hearts ovcrmore, The'Jacket of Gray our loved soldier-boy wore. Can we ever forget when he joined the brave band, "Who rose in defence of our dear Southern land; And in his bright youth hurried on the fray, Hojr-proudly he donned it, the Jacket of Gray ? His fond mother blessed him, and looked up above, Corimending to Heaven tho child .of her love ; What anguish was hers, mortal tonguo may not say, When he passed from our sight in Iho Jacket of Gray.. Bu' her country had ealled, and she would not re? pine, - . , . Though costly the sacrifice placed on its shrine ; Ubc heart's dearest hopes on its altar she lay, When she sent out her boy in the Jacket of Gray. Months passed, and War's thunders rolled over the land; Unsheathed was the sword, and lighted the brand ; W-3 heard in the distance the sounds of the fray, And p...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 March 1866

?{jt person -littdlignm JAMES A. HOYT,, Editor. THTJESDAY KORFGr., MARCH 29,1866. OUR AGENT8. Tho following gentlemen are authoriied to act -??4kgents-for the- IiUdLigaicrj; and will receive and forward subscriptions and advertising .? Thomas P. Slider, Charleston. A. B. Bowdes, Walhalla, S. C. Thomas- B. Bcrriss, Pcndlelon, S. C. - A. J. Stringer, Belton, S. C. ^^C*ST.-Holland, Holland's Store, S. C. j-!-? fiS?" We are rcquostod to state that porsons v:bo have lists of subscribers to the South Caroli? na Baptist will please send them to Rev. W. E. Waiters at once, as the paper will Vi issued at an early day. -?*-!-_ ANDERSON DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY. We arc requested to state that a meeting of this Society will be held on the first Saturday (6th) of April, when business of importance to the medical ?profession will be presented for consideration.. -:-; ' THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR. The March number of this excellent monthly has been on our table for some time. Its contents are varied,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 March 1866

PROSPECTUS OF THE Christian Messenger. A Family and Religious Newspaper, to be publish? ed at Spartanburg G. H., S. C. THE undersignedjiave determined to publish, at an/early day, a Family and Religious Newspaper, with the above title. The paper, as its name in? dicates, will be chiefly intended to supply religious reading, -suited to the* Family Circle, aud in strict accordance with the "Faith onco delivered to the Saints." It will also contain the news of the day. local and genera!, aud such other matter as will make it a welcome family visitor, suited to inter? est and instruct all classes. Terms : THE CHRISTIAN MESSENGER will be published weekly, on a sheet 22X28 inohes, at $2 per year, in specie or the equivalent in cur? rency. Payments for subscriptions will be expected up? on receipt of the first number. Money sent by Express, or mail, if registered, iriU be at our risk. Rev. J. M. C. BREAKER, \ E - Da. I. D. DURHAM, j Lm'on3 T. A. Hatdex & Co., Publishers. . I@" Our bret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 March 1866

? I II in !=^---; ?j&tjt* %trcfrf; Somebody's Darling. Into a ward of the whitewashed halb, Where the dead and the dying lay, Wounded by bayonetg, shells and balls, Somebody's Darling was borne one day? Somebody's darling, so young and so brave! . Wearing yet on his sweet, pale face? Soon to be hid in the dust of the grave? The lingering light of his boyhood's grace! Matted and damp are the curls of gold Kissing the snow ofthat fair young brow, Pale are the lips of delicate mould? Somebody's darling is dying now, Back from his beautiful blue-veined brow Sruah his wandering waves of fold ; Cross his hand on his besom, now? Somebody's darling is still and cold. Kiss him once for somebody's sake, Murmur a prayer soft and low? One bright curl from its fair mates take? They were somebody's pride you know. Somebody's hand hath rested there; Was it a mother's, soft and white ? Or have the lips of a sister fair Been baptized in their waves of light ? * God knows best! He has somebody's ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 March 1866

%\i litkptirbcitf Jfiim?ir gtntrnn[-|f(iaffb is f?litb, fttfos, p?rt, $t, BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1866. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 41. The Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THREE DOLLARS PER AffHTUM, IN U. S. CURRENCY, OB, 82.00 A TEAK IN SPECIE. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ? Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for at theso rates. MILITARY TRIAL. - [CONTINUED.] Citadel, March 19, 1866. The Commission met at 10.30 A. M., j and continued the trial of James Crawford Keys, his son, Robert Keys, and Elisha Byrum. Joseph Prevost, a witness for the de? fense, deposed that the general character of the accused is good; 1hat after their arrest Fred Clark said to him that Craw? ford Keys was at home the night of the murder ; that Fred said he knew it be? cause Mr. Keys called for some one that night, about 9 o'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 April 1866

BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. H., S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1866. _-? VOLUME 1.-NUMBER 42! Tiie Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THREE DOLLARS PEE ATTfTUM, IN U. S. CURRENCY, OR, S2.00 A YEAR IN SPECIE. HATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for tlfe first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for at these rates. Eloquent Addresses. "We have derived such great pleasure from the perusal of the valedictory ad? dresses delivered before the two branches of the Georgia Legislature just before its recent adjournment, containing senti? ments -worthy of all commendation at this time and expressed in forcible and eloquent lauguage. that the temptation cannot be resisted to give our readers the benefit of lengthy extracts from each ad? dress. The Hon. Mr. Gibson, President of the Senate, in the course of his vale? dictory, sud: ?'To adapt ourselves to our change...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 April 1866

Sfjc intern fntelfigflicfr. "~XA^IES~A: HQYT, Editor" THURSDAY MORNING., APRIL 5,1866. THE GREENVILLE MOUNTAINEER. Our neighbor, Mr. Elford, sent us last week a large, neat and tastefully arranged weekly, in lieu of tho more diminutive semi-wcckly which he has been issuing for some Linie p&st. The Mountaineer js now oae of the largest weeklies published in the State, and edited with marked ability and experi enca Success attend you, mon eher ! -??-:-<* ANOTHER SHOOTING AFFAIS. On Wednesday night, 29th ult., as the train on the Anderson branch was leaving Belton, an un? known person fired several shots at two Federal officers who were getting aboard the train. For? tunately, neither were injured by the firing, and one of them, it is said, returned the ?re so soon as he was satisfied the shots were intended for him. -* SALE SAY. Monday hist there-was a fair attendance of our fellow-citizens, and for several hours business was aciive and buoyant. The farmers with whom wo convers...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 April 1866

i)ear? & Maxwell, , ? ? or ?-. , ? TINWAEE IFaix* Plaj^, S. O., ARE now prepared to fill all orders in their line, cither at WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. t?~ Cutters and RoofrSg furnished at tho shortest notice. CONSIGNMENTS OF TINWARE, Made at this establishment will be found in every Variety at the following bouses : * " Bewley, Keese & Co;, Anderson ?. H. Sharpc & Fant, ? " S. F. Smith, Fair Play. Smith & Hovey, Pendlet on, Hagobd, McCary & Co., Pickens C. IL Vandiver & Cox, Walhalla. March 8, 1866 . f . 88 money Wanted \ ALL persons indebted to me far work done since June, 1865, are earnestly requested to call and settle. If you cannot pay all, give me at least a portion of your indebtedness, in order that I may do likewise. Those I worked for when there was no money in circulation, will surely pay now. "A word to the wise is sufficient." ? JOHN L. ARNOLD. BUGGIES Neatly Painted and Trimmed At moderate prices for CASH OR PRODUCE. HARNESS & SADDLE WORK Of all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 April 1866

TS THE LAND "WHERE "WE "WERE "DBEABtU^'JJ. BY DAS LUCAS, OF JEFTXRSOS CO., VA. Pair were our visions 1 Oh, they were as grand As ever floated out of Fancy land ; Children were we in single faith, But God-like children, whom, nor death, Nor threai, nor danger drove from Honor's path, In the land where we were dreaming. Proud were our men, as pride of birth could render; As violets, our women pure and. tender; And when they spoke, their voice did thrill Until atove the whip-poor-will, At morn the mocking bird, were mute and still, In the land where we were dreaming. And we had graves that covered more of glory . Than ever taxed tradition's ancient story; And in our dream we wove the thread Of principles for which had bled And suffered long our own immortal dead, In the land where we were dreaming. Though in our land we had both bond and free, - Both were content, and. so God let them be; 'Till envy coveted our land And those fair fields our-valor won, ?But little recked we, for we sti...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 April 1866

Sit liiicpmi)cut Jamitji $ouronl---?cWri) fa fiftfifitt, fWos, ptrafart, #t. BY"JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON C. IL, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1866. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 43. The Intelligencer IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THREE DOLLARS PER ANKUM, IN U. S. CURRENCY, OB, 52.00 A YEAR IN SPECIE. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituaries and Marriage Notices charged for at these rates. The Hampton Eoads Conference. Official History of It?The State De? partment to the American Legation at London. The following communication of Mr. Seward to Mr. Adams, sent immediately after the famous conference at Hampton Roads in February, 1865, is less impor? tant on account of new information, than for the sake ?f its authenticity : Department of State, Washington, Feb. 7,1865. Sir : It is a truism that in times of peaco there are always instigators of war. So soon as w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 April 1866

THE PEACE PEOOLAMATION. BY THE PRESIDENT OF TUE UNITED STATES. WHEREAS, By proclamations on die fifteenth and nineteenth of'April, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, the President of the United States, in virtue of the power vested in lrim by the Con? stitution and Laws, declared that the laws of the United States wero opposed, and the exercise thereof obstructed, in the States of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas, by combination too powerful to be suppressed by the ordinary course of judicial pro? ceedings, or by the powers vested in the Marshals bylaw": and, Whereas, By another proclamation made on the sixteenth day of August, in the same year, in pursuance of an act of Congress, approved July thirteenth, one thousand eight hundred and sixty one, the inhabitants of Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Miss*ssippi and Flori? da, except the inhabitants.of that part of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 April 1866

imncnhtL MARRIED, on Wednesday evening, March 28th. 1866, at the resideucc of the bride's lather, by Rev. John If. Elliott, Mr. Jonx L. Thorxley, of New berry, and Miss Eveline N., eldest daughter of 0. II. P. Fant, Esq., of this village. HIRAM LODGE, No. 68, A.\ F.\ MX A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF HIRAM LODGE will be held in the Lodge Room on MON? DAY NIGHT, May 7, 18?G, at h-ilf-past seven o'clock. Brethren will take dua notice ana govern themselves accordingly. By.order of the W.\ M. ?. JAMES A. HOYT, Secretary. April 12, 1SGG , 43 3 Burning Bush Chapter, No. 7, R.\A.\M.\ A REGULAR C^^OCATION OF BURNING BUSH CHAPTER will be held in the Chapter Room on MONDAY NIGHT, May. 14, 18G6, at half-past-seven o'clock. Companions will assem? ble without further notice. By order of;the' M.-.E.-.H.-.P.. JAMES A. nOYT, Secretary. April 12, 1800 43 3 ?X ?3 Snii?imctmnts. FOR ORDINARY. Capt. ROBERT JUNKINS is respectfully nominated as a Candidate for Ordinary of Ander? son District, at the next ens...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 April 1866

MILITARY TRIAL. [continued.] Citadel, April 2,1SG6. The Commission met at 10.30 A. SI., and continued the trial of James Craw? ford Keys, his son, Robert Keys, and Eli sha Byrem. Captain B. A. Bray. 1st Maine Bat? talion, a witness for the defence, being duly sworn, deposed as follows: I was lately in command at Walhalla; on the 8th of January I loft that place for Salu? brity, in Pickens District, with a squad of men; I arrested that night W. S. Wil? liams and his son Herbert; I then went to the House of Mr. Thomas Williams, four miles distant, and leaving my horses half a mile from the house, went up to tho house with eleven men, whom I de? ployed around the house; I called Mr. Thomas Williams and asked him if there was a man there named Largent; he said that ho did not know; that there was such a man there the evening before, and that the last he saw of him he went into that room (pointing to a certain bed? room;) one of my men went to the bed? room and opened it, and some one sh...

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