Aside from the boilerplate (more of it than there is of personal info):
Died, this morning at 6 AM, 13 Bluvios [sic] year 13 of the Republic, SCHALL Nicolaus, former Maire, . 58 years old, husband of Sallome Vollin. First witness Joseph Leopoldes, 38, farmer; second witness Martin ?Gor..., farmer, 37, both residing in this commune. (Martin's name, the only one signed to the act, appears to be GERNER, a little more clearly written in the entry just below.)
VOLL Salome, widow of Nicolaus Schall, died this morning, 18 Pluvios [sic], at 6 AM, 56 years old. Same witnesses as in the preceding. Neither witness is identified as to relationship, and again, Martin's is the only signature.
Very stripped-down entries. The declarant is not named as such in either record, only the two supporting witnesses (rule called for a declarant, with 2 witnesses) but is, I suspect the ?Bernart ?Uling whose name is scribbled between lines, not very legible at any of its appearances on the 2-page spread (both of the Schall records, plus the one on the lower right page). Apparently, Franz Joseph ?Bannwart(h), the adjunct, let the declarant sign at the top of the record, rather than the bottom. Franz Joseph did not have nearly the worst handwriting in town, though bad enough to qualify him as civil registrar of births, deaths, and marriages.
Dates of death are respectively 2 Feb 1805 and 7 Feb 1805.