[yßusinsss is dull!
[ eP’Wcll, it is rather muddy !
gins are still crowded !
IdF* Where is the beautiful snow ?
t’eFßemcmber the poor printer 1
Ann Williamson is sick !
Iritis rather sickly for the season !
promises to be mild !
EdpTin horns, fire poppers, candy.
Don't forget the Christmas
E~#hSmall change is scarce in this
are in demand at 20 ots.
Mayor Mabaffey is noted for his
Pond wants a store and
a Post office.
the watchmaker, of Har
and sec us when you want
job work done.
rSTYon should be careful how you
use your fireworks.
cliilluns, get your hosiery
in order for to-morrow night.
will be a big radio over
at Jug Tavern next Tuesday'.
IdPOur “city dads'’ have not laid
olf any of the new streets yet.
lsP*From the present outlook,
Christmas promises to be cold.
EtF’The farmers have been selling
their Christmas cotton this week.
E’t/’LMr. Adolphus Martin wants a
location for a saw mill near town.
E"^ - Bricks ! Bricks ! Bricks ! Bricks !
for sale. Enquire of Tom Niblack.
of the Rev. Mr. Glow's
children has been very sick this week.
jug trade has livened up
since the bar-rooms have opened out.
E is no use denying the fact,
times are hard and money is scarce.
Wilhite is going to have a
big 'possum killing during Christinas
EdF’Someofour citizens arc revelling
in spare-ribs and other fresh hog
;yi)on’t forget about Tom Nib
lack's bricks when you want to buiffi
cold spell last week was
the signal for the death of lots of the
George Mabry has bought
the Green Thompson place from Dr.
N. W. Carither.s.
Er'Tlic surplus money of this
couuty is bound up in cotton bales
waiting for a rise.
EdPTRII Waddle has leased the
Jack Bell place, up on the Gainesville
road, for five years.
UiP’Dr. Brock is building an office
on the road to Hood’s mills near Air.
Henry Barnett has Ibid his
farm near Dry Pond to Messrs. Cul
pepper and Hancock.
Pruitt, colored, an in
mate of the poor house, fell out of
his chair dead week before last.
E your time piece in order for
next year by calling on Green, the
watchmaker, of Harmony Grove.
was big Court day at Cun
ningham’s District last Saturday.
The lawyers had a big lime of it.
ElF’We regret that the weather
prevented our attending the sale of
lots up at Ilosehton last Wednesday.
EfiFkStrnngers continue to ask if
there will be any public sale of lots in
this town when the new streets are
tjp’Mark Few has an extraordinary
large yoke of oxen for sale in good
order. Here is your chance to get a
Hancock is running a
full line of good things for sale in the
brick store. He is quite a youthful
Monday was court day
for this District. There was a con
siderable amount of business before
|jp*This will be the first Christmas
ever enjoyed by Jeffersonians without
a bar-room. But then, you know, they
arc near by’.
LlPOur town is full of good things,
O ° i
out you will li.ivc to hunt them up, as ;
the merchants arc not particular about I
on the 19th inst., Sir.
Nathan Elder and Miss Americas
Holliday. Our best wishes attend the
tip" You cannot put your broken
jewelry into more skillful hands than
tliose of Green, the watchmaker, of
McDonald has put up
another wholesale liquor house on the
Gainesville road at Jack McCoys.
Names are now in order.
11? Oranges are oranges in this
town. 1 hey arc only worth ten cents
each. Ilow many thousand miles did
you say it was to Florida?
Cr" 3 J. he city dads have finished
planting trees on the streets, and we
shall from henceforth speak of Jeffer
son as an umbrageous city.
leTThcre is a great diversity of
opinion as to the proper way to spend
Christmas, but all agree that it is not
necessary for you to get drunk.
STFT'rank Daily bought two bales
<>f cotton last week that measured six
feet in length. They looked like gi
ants by the side of ordinary bales.
t7F \\ hy don't some of our churches
take advantage of the unpopularity of
punched coins and take up a collec
tion ? It would pay handsomely.
We have some notes in our
possession that arc past duo. It
might be well for the parties who made
them to look after them at an early
BPWe would suggest to those who
intend to invest in fire-crackers and
sich to be careful where they pop them,
as they may accidentally set a house
EdPOur “city dads” arc burning
good daylight in not opening out the
new streets. Delays are dangerous ;
[there is no time fur business like the
reliable gentleman informs us
that several of the merchants who were
burnt out recently at Flowery Branch
speak of coming to Jefferson to do
E^Jeffersonians who have been
waiting for a drove of turkeys to arrive
in order to secure their Christmas
I gobbler, have, up to the present, been
left a good overcoat
in the Clerk's office. Jim Williamson
will turn it over to the owner upon
his paying fifty cents for this notice
and proving property.
EdP’llenry Winhurn is building a
tricycle for his own use. It is sup
posed that he will practice on it prir*
oipally on the Lawrenceville road be
tween his house and Bryant's bridge.
i-iP'We shall continue to warn our
property owners of the great possibility
of the business part of the town moving
to the depot, unless parties can get
places to do business on the Square.
tnp’All parties indebted to M. C.
Few are requested to call upon him
; and make immediate settlement.
Unless the accounts are paid atari early
day they will be placed in an ollieer's
hands for collection.
E"£pScnd us the nows. When any
body dies, gets married, runs away,
steals anything, builds a house, makes
a big sale, breaks his leg, or gets the
senses kicked out of him by a mule,
or docs anything that is any way re
markable, and you have reason to he
lieve yon know as much about the
occurrence as anybody else, don’t wail
for some other person to report it, or
trust to us to find it out by instinct,
but come and tell us about it. or send
the fact on a postal card. See if you
cannot improve next year; and let us
know every item of news that transpires
in your neighborhood.
It is a Foolish Mistake to confound
a remedy of merit with the quack
medicines now so common. We have
used Parker’s Ginger Tonic with the
happiest results for Rheumatism and
Dyspepsia, and when worn out by
overwork, and know it to be a sterling
health restorative. Times. See adv.
The following is the programme of
the Christmas Festival, to be held at.
the Baptist church, in Jefferson, on
Saturday evening, December 24th,
1881, at 8 o'clock P. M.:
Prayer, by Rev. J. C. Grow.
Song, “Royal Diadem.”
Address, by Prof. John W. Glenn.
Song, *• Rejoice.”
Recitation, by Master John Turner.
Song, “Christmas Morn.”
Distribution of Presents.
Song, “ Hoist the Sail.”
Committee to take Presents from
the Tree —N. N. Pendergrass, P. G.
Thompson. Frank Glenn, Henry Win
Committee to Distribute Presents—
Mattie Watson, Eliic Randolph, Wil
lie Hancock, Henry Brooks.
Seekers After Health.
Unfortunates who are seeking to re
new their health, are many. So often
have they been deceived by tire adver
tisements of worthless compounds,
that many arc discouraged, and refuse
to believe anything they read in tire
papers. Therefore, the best advertise
ment of a really good medicine is the
reputation it has gained in places
where it is being sold. No other
remedy ever discovered has grown so
rapidly’ in pubic fa\or as that true
medicinal tonic called Brown’s Iron
Bitters. In localities where its extra
ordinary merits have become fully
known and realized by those who have
been in ill health, the sale is unprece
dented. One druggist in our city
reports the sale of 238 bottles in one
week. It is, indeed, a wonderful,
health giving, life-saving preparation.
It is soothing and refreshing in its
effect, and strengthens every part of
the body’, and creates healthy appetite
and digestion, even when the system
is almost destroyed by the many hurt
ful cathartics so commonly' used.
Reader, beware I duty demands that
you try Brown's Iron Bitters, if your
l health is poor from any cause.—En
Grand Dramatic Entertainment,
By amateurs, at Martin Institute, Jef
ferson, Ga., on Friday evening, De
cember 30th, 1881. The proceeds to
be applied in building a parsonage in
Jefferson. The doors will be opened
at 7 o'clock P. M. Admittance —
adults, 50 cents ; persons over ten and
under fifteen years of age, 25 cents ;
under ten years, 10 cents. The dra
mas all chaste and entertaining. The
public in general cordially invited to
IT WILL SAVE TROUBLE and COST!
We speak now to all who owe us.
We need what you owe us—let the
amount be large or small. We must
have it. We don’t want you to come
up and tell ns that you have had to
pay for a mule, sewing machine, or
i guano. We have heard that long
i enough ; it don't cause us to have any
more money. We have sent Stanley ;
we have given you notice after notice
that we wanted and needed money.
Watch out now, twin waknixg, we
arc going to send the Bailiff. If
you will be sued, we can’t help it.
Wo mnst. have what is due us.
PjoNpLUGUA I'uUS. cV Cos,
Seab Stark is sick.
Jim Williamson thinks of moving to
Miss Susie Freeman is visiting in
| Oglethorpe county.
Miss Marge Orr is spending her
vacation in Atlanta.
Our Harmony Grove correspondent
thinks of studying law.
Dr. Seale and family moved to Hart
well last Monday morning.
Col. Howard Thompson, of Gaines
ville, was in the city this week.
Tom Niblack wants it distinctly’
understood that he has no marriageble
Early in January one of our most
handsome y oung ladies will don the
Mrs. J. C. Grow’s mother, from
South Carolina, is here on a visit to
Tom McElhannon is carried away
with the beauties he saw on a recent
trip to Atlanta.
Dr. Pendergrass, Frank Glenn, Jack
Gilleland, et itl., represent Jefferson at
the Exposition this week.
Albert Holliday has returned sick
from Nashville, where he lias been
attending the Normal School.
W. J. Goss, of Harmony Grove, was
in town last Monday. He is a regular
attendant upon our Justice's Court.
Dick Moore will teach school at Dry
Pond next year. We learn that his
prospects are more flattering than ever
Our Mayor is taking Christmas in
a lively’ style. He lias bought a lop.
and keeps it in his office to spin at hi3
Sam Potts gave the boys a first-class
dance last Friday night. There was
a large crowd present and they danced
Mr. James K. Randolph returned
from the Exposition last Sunday’ sick,
and has been confined to his Lied all
Harry Bell is in love with one of the
girls that runs the machinery of the
Williinaiitio thread company at tire
A Jefferson belle keeps a deck of
cards in a convenient place in her
parlor, and she knows how to use them
in a game of seven up or casino.
Zaek Howard carries a scar across
the bridge of his nose. It was caused
by an car of corn thrown at him by
a y oung lady at a corn shucking.
Mrs. Brock, of Gainesville, will have
charge of the school at Apple Valley
next year. We think Hie citizens of
that place have made a good selection,
as we learn that. Mrs. Brock has an
excellent reputation as a teacher.
Dave Bailey’ and Frank Duke lost
their mule out at the frolic at Sam
Potts' the other night and had to foot
it home. The best of the joke is that
the mule had broke loose but had
strayed off but a short distance from
the place where he was hitched.
The Rev. 11. S. Bradly preached his
first sermon to our citizens on last
Sunday. Considering that it was no
set sermon, the reverend gentleman
made quite a favorable impression
upon his congregation, which, from his
reputation, wc are satisfied he will
maintain during his stay amongst us.
One of our most charitable young
ladies, while out seeking money’ for a
benevolent enterprise, came across
f>ne old sinner and made him shell out
his last nickel, and he gently r eminded
her of the fact. The statement made
such an impression upon her that she
went home and cried about it. But
she <1 id not return the nickel, and it is
presumable that she was just sorry
because she could not get anything
more out of him.
Foster Dainel struck up with the
only first-class fraud at the Hxj osition
that we have heard of. lie proposed
to take his photograph lor fifleencents.
Looking around for his apparatus,
Foster could see nothing, and, just for
curiosity, lie agreed to pay the chap to
take his phis. After some posing and
fixing, he presented Foster with an
exaggerated outline of himself cut out
of paper. lie had simply copied
Foster’s shadow from off the wall and
reduced it in k : z>. You can i is!
imagine how proud Foster is oi' that
Cause and Effect.
The main cause of nervousness is
indigestion, and that is caused by
weakness of the stomach. No one
can have sound nerves an 1 good health
without using llop Bitters to strength
en the stomach, purify the blood, and
keep the liver and kidneys active, to
carry off all the poisonous and waste
matter of the system.— Advance.
Walton News says : “ Last Sunday
morning before day seven masked men
went to the house of old man Wallace,
who pves two nvles from Lawrence
villo, dragge I him out of bis bed. stuff
ed his mouth full of old rags and after
choking him nearly to dearh with a
trace chain beat him severely. Seven
men have been arrested, and if they
are the guilty parties the sentence of
the law should be that they should
suffer the same punishment they in
flicted on the old man. There is no
justification for such conduct.”
This Is a Progressive Age,
And we are proud to see so many of
our people securing themselves and
property against fire by having their
roo's painted Willi W. J. Ml Don:.id's
combined Fire and Water Proof Ce
ment Paint, which will also preserve
them from rot or decay. Our ener
getic farmer, Tube Duke, of this coun
tv, is having his residence, barn,
stables, crib, kitchen and smoke-house
a'.l painted with it this week. Others
will do well to follow Tube in this, as
it is simple economy.
HENDERSON WAREHOUSE CO..
womsoft & eo., y\o\Cs,
Advances on Cotton.
The Human c mtraet will supply the
road with cross-ties to the river.
Capt. Sage is working about twenty
hands on the Jug Tavern line, and is
nearly to the Mulberry river. He is
away past lloschfon.
Mr. Blackstnck has been at work
for the last week on the deep cut a!
the upper end of his section. He has
been running from twenty to thirty
jhands. Just as soon as the weather
will permit., he will commence down
at this end of the line. He will estab
lish his quarters on the line near where
the survey crosses the Gainesville
Capt. Collier has laid off the Long
land that was bought by parties in
Gainesville into town lots. While
there has been no ‘ authoritative an
nouncement of the fact, yet it is plain
that the Gainesville Directors intend
to locate a town at that place. We
have no objections, but don't admire
the way the matter has been managed.
Capt. Collier writes to Judge How
ard that it will be impossible for him
to come down on this end of the line
for the present, as he is crowded with
work, lie has to attend to the track
laying office work, has the Finger
trestle under his eye, and lots of other
things, lie says that he is worked
down. We learn that he has made
some material changes in the line up
above the junction and has anew force
of men at work.
We arc glad to be able to state that
Mr. 11. D. Human lias settled his dif
ferences with the company in a satis
factory manner. He has closed a con
tract with President Candler to fur
nish seventeen hundred dollars’ worth
of cross-ties and has already com
menced work. On last Tuesday lie
passed through this place, on his way
to Athens, to buy an engine and saw
mill to cut the ties, lie thinks of
taking the contract to furnish the Lim
ber to build the bridge across the riv
er. John Messer and several others
are interested with him.
The last week has been one of great
interest to our railroad enterprise in
several respects. Most of our readers
know that there has been considerable
trouble with some of the stockholders
who lived out in the country near the
line of the road. They have all along
refused to pay’ their assessments, and
have thus delay ed, to some extent, the
progress of the work. Several of these
delinquents have been sued and judg
ments have been obtained, while oth
ers have, for cause, had their cases
continued. Incidentally, we will re
mark that in every case that has gone
to trial upon its merits the road has
come out victorious and its attorneys
arc confident of success in the remain
Pains and weakness of lungs, liver,
kidneys, and urinary organs relieved
by’ using Brown's Iron Bitters.
co unchTpruTee dings.
Council Ciiamueii, 1
Jefferson, Ha., Dec. It), 1881. i
Council met at G ] o’clock I\ M. Pres
ent and presiding. J. A. B. Mahaft'ey,
Mayor; and Aldermen Williamson and
On motion, the Mayor and N. N. Pen
dergrass were appointed a committee to
confer with the owners of he land through
which tiie contemplated changes in the
streets will run, and find out what it will
cost to make said changes and report at
the next regular meeting of Council.
On motion, Council adjourned until
next regular meeting.
J. A. B. MA 11AFFEY, Mayor.
R. L. UIIOLSTON, Clerk.
Covington Star: One of those ter
rible accidents which come of boys
handling deadly weapons happened at
Social Circle on last Friday evening.
It is almost enough to freeze the blood
in our veins to think of it. Two little
boys were out shooting at the f oid
below the Spencer House, When lh< )
g ia of one of them was accidentalL j
and sc’iarged 1 y the hammer catching!
in his - leevo. and the contents t<oU
e‘fe t in the left side of the other, in
tbcLing such a severe wound that lie)
died in three hours. The name of the
little boy killed was Charles Brown,
the name of the other was Sam Avery.
Young Brown was a son of Mr. Joseph
T. Brown, wlm was i<? Atlanta at tlie
Lime the dreadful accident occurred.
This is another sad warning to pa
rents who allow their children to carry
guns and pistols before they have
judgment enough to know how to use
The Americus Recorder says that
the dogs of the Fifteenth district of
Sumter county having cleaned out
most, of the sheep in their sect'on.
have taken to the calves. Mr. \\ il
liaiu LI. Harp, one of the model far
mers of that neighborhood, informs
that paper tiiat last week a raid was
made upon his cow-pen by a gang of
lean and hungry curs, and one of his
finest calves was killed by them.
Owing to numerous rows and die
graeoful disturbances of late at Lola
nui Bed to '. on ; lie A r Line iva’lroad
Hie authorities of the rn i have peti
tioned the Ordinary’ of Banks county
to refuse to grant any more licenses
for the sale of liquor at Lula Junction
and vicin'tv. The Ordinary has de
ei,!c I■< gr nit tbe petit ion. rnd a urno
orderly ami peaceful condition ol af
fairs in future is confidently antieipa*
Where it Originated.
SnuxGFiKLD.Tenn.. April 12, 1881.
11. 11. Warner Cos.: Sirs —A dis
tressing cough, originating from dis
eased liver, was cured by your Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure.
BY OUU REGULAR CORUESL’OXDENT.
—Wet arul sloppy.
—More “ mulberry” beef.
—A visit into Madison county.
—Mr. J. T. Quil'ian lost a fine cow
one night this week.
—Double weddings are getting to
be fashionable in our town.
—Mr. 15. I. Moon has commenced
to build anew dwelling down on Rail
—Mr, Thomas Stapler has bought
a lot, and is in a fair way to have a
house and home in a few days.
—Our Justice Court has adjourned,
but, from rumors afloat, it will equal
Judge Erwin’s by January term.
—Married, on the inst.. by
J. W. Pruitt, Esq., Mr. Ira C. E'er
hart to Miss Smith, all of Jack
—Weddings are getting to be very
common. If you don't believe it, I
would respectfully refer you to a care
ful perusal of this column.
—The Justice’s Court in the Jeffer
son District beats all the Courts in
the State for continuances on account
of “ providential” causes and no juries.
—Mr. Taylor Gordon received a fine
lot of stationery the other day. and he
agrees to furnish any pretty young
lady with stamps, paper and envelopes
who will write him a love letter.
—The Baptist Sabbath School clect
e 1 their officers last Sunday. Rev. It.
S. Cheney was re-elected Supeiiiten
dent, Mr. J. A. Williford Assistant
Superintendent, Miss Lenora Hard
man Organist, Miss Lula Rhodes As
—You may talk about bad roads
from Jefferson to Harmony G ove,
and that is well enough, but if you
will strike the Ilomer roa i lea l ng
from this place, an 1 ‘•slip up” a few
times over about Soogginsvfile, \ou
will not grumble much.
—l)r. George C. Daniel, who is now
Ordinary ofMadison county, and who,
by the way, captured the best looking
young lady in Jefferson a few years
ago, owns the finest sett of mills in
X. E, Georgia. From my own observa
tion, I can slate that his flour is equal
to the best.
—Dr. C. L. Ilardin, who has been
here for some time, not being satisfied
with one partner who we will call his
‘‘better half,” has called to his assis
tance Dr. R. R. Hardin, who comes
well recommended and is a single man,
and says he is on the carpet, or will
give special attention in cases of
— ; Messrs. Kesler & Purcell, who
last fall put up a cotton gin about one
mile from town, were accidentally
burned out on the 20lh instant. Our
information is that Mr. lveslcr nn
thoughtedly struck a match in the lint
room for the purpose of lighting a
lantern, and the building was con
sumed in less time Ilian it takes to
write it down.
—I would like to stale, for the sake
of inquiring friends and for “the
public in general,” that Bill Goss is
still hanging around on the border of
Harmony Grove, notwithstanding
there has been gossip by vultures to
the contrary, and, to satisfy these
happy people, he vv.ll, i. it ever be
comes necessary for him to desert his
home and country, send them all a
written notice by some of his dear
friends or his administrator.
—Mar. icd, on tin- 2!.->1 in. Taut, by
jLv. R. A. Scale, at the residence of
the bride's parents, in this county,
Prof. M. L. Parker, of Hartwell, to
Miss V. Cotter Park. This happy
couple were well and favorably known
in our village, and the writer would
respectfully tender bis well wishes to
them, a long life and a union of hap
jbness !i be pra-ed for, and no
doubt the pr iytw w.d I e answered.
Married. <m the. 11 h instant, by
L v. J. W r . Baker, Ib. C. L. Hardin,
of II jirinonv to Al.ss Hattie L.
Moore, of Marietta. The happy cou
ple were delayed one day by an aeci
j dent on the Air-Line railroad, but
; reached our town in time to lie greet
; ed by the “tin-pan” band, which were
out. in full force. I admire the Doc
tors taste in his selection of a partner,
and no doubt my motion could have a
second from every corner of a round
Defective Watch Cases are one of the
chief causes of so many watches not being
good time pieces. The cases being thin
and not fitting well, admit dust and dirt
to the m n'envuf. which so mi interferes
witii t!o running pu ts of the wa ch, ne
cessitating cleaning, repairing, &c.. and
the amount thus paid out, if applied to
ward buying a good case in the beginning,
would have saved all this trouble and ex
pense, Wc have recently seen a case that
meets all these requirements, it having
been carried for over twenty years and
still remains perfect. We refer to the
JAS. BOSS’ Patent Stiffened Bold
Case, which has become one of the staple
, ;u lidos of the Jewelry trade, possessing
:<n ,i does so many advantages over all
oLlier watch cases, being made of two
heavy plates of solid gold over a plate of
composition, and wc advise all our rea
ders to ask their Jeweler for a card or
catalogue that will explain the manner in
wh’cb thev are made.
T. is the- only >; f f Ki x:;ji Ca se made
with two plates oi gold, seamless pen
dants and center, solid joints, crown
pieces, Ac., all of which are covered by
letters patent. Therefore buy no case be
fore consulting a Jeweler who keeps the
JAS. BOSS' Patent Stiffened Bold
Case, that you may learn the difference
between it and all imitations that claim to
be equally as good.
For sale by all responsible Jewelers.
Ask to sec the warrant that accompanies
each case, and don’t he persuaded that
any other make of case is as good.
TALMADCE, HODCSON * CO.,
Corner College Avenue and Clayton Street.
WILL be sold, before the Court House
door in .Jefferson, within the legal
hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in Jan
uary, at public out-cry, to "the high
est bidder, the tract of land in said coun
ty on which the widow of the late John
Griffith, dec’d, had a life estate, it being a
portion of the old John Griffith homestead
place, near Hurricane Shoals, in said coun
ty. containing, according to estimate, two
hundred and forty acres, more or less. On
said place is the dwelling lately occupied
by said .John (iriffith. with the improve
ments, stables, barns, out-houses, Ac.
About one hundred and twenty-five acres
in cultivation, the remainder in original
forest, well timbered. There is a small
creek near the dwelling, with sufficient
water to run any ordinary machinery, and
on which i- as tine a shoal as the country
affords. The farm is in very good repair.
Sold for the purpose of distribution among
the distributees and legatees of the late
John Griffith, dec'd.
WILLS AM GRIFFITH,
Agent for the distributees and legatees of
said John (iriffith, dec'd.
4 LL parties are notified not to Hire or
t: L harbor in any manner a colored boy
by the name of ZAL’K HEMPHILL, as
lie is bound to me. and L will prosecute
all to the extent of the law for so doing,
dec 10 A. LEMON.
]. MONROE TAYLOR
Cold Medal Soda,
Ciold Medal Saleratas.
113 WATER ST., NEW YORK.
The whitest, nicest and best goods made.
Guaranteed pure, superior in quality and
style of package to any brand in the
world. Takes less quantity to do the
same work. Ask your grocer for it, and
have no other.
Postponed Sheriff’s Sale.
WILL be sold, before the Court House
door in the town of Jefferson, Ga..
within the legal hours of sale, on the first
Tuesday in January next, to the highest
bidder, the following described property,
A tract of land, situated in Jackson
county, Ga., on the waters of the South
Oconee river, in the 242d District. G. M.,
containing two hundred and fifty-live
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
James Varnum, Wallis, Long and others.
On said place there are two tenant houses ;
about thirty or forty acres of the land in
good state of cultivation, the balance of
the land is in old field pines. Levied on
as the property of John 11. Harrison, to
satisfy a fi. fa. issued from the Superior
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