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The friends of Staterighti, inutile opponents
of the principle oruie"WUmcLProviso," are
requeued 10 meet Mjtne Court Htue in Bow
ling Green, en the first day of Tthe next Circuit
Court, to respond to the' action of our Leirisla-
- Several addresses may be expected,' an it if
hoped. that there. iwill be general aUeodauceof'
the citizens of the County.: K .11 .11 i. - .
S. F. Murray, i ) Rob'!, D. Brewihgton,
Henry Sisson, u Siml Kem,.; r ;
Jtti Campbell s : Benj FTcdd,-:, .
U. G.Edwaids, ,.j i, W D Jackson,. V
NP. Minor, , .William Kelley, ,,...
James A. Bobbins, George W. Todd,. '.''
j no. JbmersoH
James At. Martin,
James S. Turner,'
John Clark, .
John Tracy, .'
Abrain Haff, ;.
William D. Green,
G. B. Crane, m
Perry A. Curry, ',
E C Murray, . - .
Chamness T. Smith,
L'M Rodger,- "
ZT Emeison, '
William Moseley, "
-John A. Tinder, : '
. Nathan Masey, :
Hugh Allen, . .
Alex. Miller, ;
J as. Jones,
James W. Kern,
YVm. Redding, ; :
Wm. Luce, '
TOWN ; ORDINANCES.
. .. v - No. 78. .; -v.
Jin Ordinance Appropriating Money.
TT1 E ft ordained by the Board 'of Trustee of
'JtM the Town of Louisiana, as-folk. ws t That
the following aims of money be and: the same tte
hereby appropriated out of any money in the
treasury not otherwise appropriated to-wit:
To E. F. & G. W. Adams $5 for a desk; and to
John C. Massie $3 Tor taking the census.
Passed, March 19th 1849,
E, DRAPER, Cha'n. 11. T.
. Attest, P. Daarta, Cl'k B T. .
Packet. betwrfn if.
EDWAR1 BATES; W. O. Jo, Master,
HAS commenced her regular trips between
the above ports: stoDnihtr at all f he" inter.
nnuaie pons and landings. She will leave St.
Louis every Tueadav and Fridav evening at 4
o'clock; returning wiir leave Louisiana eirery
Thursday and Sunday at T o'clock, and: Clarke-
vuie ai z o clock. . ;
" The Edward Bales' has been built expressly
for this trade, and shiDDers and nossenirera mnv
rely upon the regularity of her trips, and times
cf arriving. and-departing. Passengers and
freights will be received or landed any where on
the river, and all signals will be' promptly attend
ed to without extra charge. ' '
or freight or. Passengers, apply onboard.
Marcll 20th, J848.
LouU and., A J. jmy4
NOTICE ts-&reby;giren taaonditort and
others interested in- the estate, of David L.
Vaughan, deceased, that Uie undersigned has ob
tained frcntthe clerk of the conntj court of Pike
county, letters of administration on. said estate,
bcannedalc the 20th dav oT March. 1849:
All persons having claims far lnst said estate
are hereby notified to present the same, proper
ly authenticated, within one -year from, the .date
of said letters, or 4hev may be precluded from
having any benefit of said' estate, and if hi t'pre-
tenlel within three years, they will be forevA
barred, f HORATIO T- KENT,. Adm'r."
,narch 26lh, 1849., - (49-4w.)
Admihistratof !s Notice.
' - NOTICE js herely given to all persons inte-!
rested, that at the next Jane term of the county
court ef Pike county",! shall apply for a nal set-J
tlementt (He estate or James Jameson,, dee d.
" - - t v Pirrnv ij".
irarch 19th,1849. ' . ..: --.-: .m
Ij OTICE: is hereby given' to al "creditors
and otliers interested hi live estate of Hen
ry T, Kent, deceased, that tW undersigned has
. : SHERIFF'S SALE . 4"
.BY virtue and authority of an execution
issued by the clerk of the circuit court of
Fike eounty,'( bearing dale the 13th day of i
'March, 184, in favor of dacnutr Pepper
and . against Thomas Mackey-awl, Uyret
Mackey, nd to me directed;! hare levied
upoi t!ie following described Real Estate,
lyinc in laid connty, to-wit : - Lot No. 27 in
the town of Ciarbsrille,: and shall proceed
to sell the same,. for cash: in Iiand,.to the
'pHE' undersigned " having put -his 'affairs iu
trim for 4tnp to California, Will be ready to
make his bow and be ovk in a few davs. All
persons having claims against me must present
them .imwtdiatdy, orTorewr fffcr hold thtir
pom.: r nen uur bridge is gone, let Jio man say
.. W. K. BURBRIDGE.
March. 26lh, 1849. lw.
OTICE is hereby given, that I have appoint
ed Jossrn Richabdsou, Esq., my ageBt,
who is fully authorized to attend to mv business
during my absence hi California. .''
W. K. BURBRIDGE.
Louisiana, March 26ih, 1849. 49-tf.
and lot enclosed, convenient to 'the preroiies.
-Terms reasonable, and made known on appli
cation to tne undersigned, either personally or by
letter. Wm. ENGLISH. Adm'r.
of T. J. B., dee'd.
Louisiana, March 2tilli, 1849. (49-tf.)
To Leasi? for 3 Years.
smV .n 1 ? . ..... a..
M sue unaersigneo, atiminisiralor 01 llir
estate.of Thomas J. Baird, deceased, will
lease the new brick Hotel in the city of Louis
iana, Mo., known a the
for a term of three years possession riven bv
Iha I fall nf Anrilnawl TKI. U.t.l i- .
.m vwwf mree story brick, containing a Dining-room fifty
Louisiana, md toyrovide election prteinett. feet long, Bar-room, Parlor, and 20 bed rooms
Tl E it ordained by the Board of Trustees of centrally situated. The furniture belonging to
JJ the town'oi. Ixiuuiana, as follows : ' joe house win ne sold to the renter on reasons-
1. The town of Louisiana, erected into a b'e terms, or at public sale immediately alter the
cily by act ol the General Assembly of the Slate laing of the premises. There is connected
of ftliisouri, approved March , 1849,shallbe,:wilh the honse a good Kitchen,. Meet House,
lad is hereby divided into three Wards, the 'ce House filled with ioe, a first rate Well and
DOuuuaiics niicrcui, uiiiii uviicrwise proviueu vyB"ciu ,a WIV Jiu uu imq
ordinance, snail ne as jouows, to-wit .
. All that district of Territory north of the cen
ler of Geargia street, and east of the center of
ruin street, witlun Uie imiiU ol the town cor
ponlioa, shall cnnstilute (he firt Ward. r
All that district f territory south ef the mid
dle of Georgia street and east of the middle of
jnurd street, stiali owitsUUite UiO seoend Ward.
.Ami all that ditrict of territory west of the
middle ol 3J street, south of the middle of Geor
gia ttreet between Third and Fifth streets, and
wot of the middle of Fifth north of Georgia
street, shall constitute Uie third Ward. .
' 2. There shall be elected from each ward,
on the second Monday of April annually two
members of the City Council, by the qualified
voters of the respective wards, to serve actord
iag to ordinance.'
' 3. The election lor the several wards, shall
be held, nntil otherwise directed by ordinance,
lor the first ward at the shop of William L. Tan
ner. For the second ward, at the frame bouse
or E. Draper and Bros., on lot 18. Foi the 3d
ward, at the Louisiana Academy.
4. The iudzes of election for the several
wards shall cause notice to be given according
to law, of the time and place of holding all elec
tions for town or city officers.
6 5. All Qualified voters shall vote for mem
bers ef the city council, only in the ward where
in the voter bona fide reside, but any qualified
voters, tray vote for. Mayor in any election pre
cunei, oi Uie city. - . , 0 .:
; Passed March 19th, 1849.
- E. DRAPER, Cha'n. B. T.
. Attest, P. Daarca, Cl'k B. T.
obtained frim the clerk orthe county court of Pike'S ,e" D,uuer; e,ore.n. couriJioiise ooor
county, letters of administration on said estate.!1" the town .cf -Bowbng ,Green on the 9th
bearing date the 20th of MarcH,'l849r ' . av ol Aytu next, oeiweeii um
AH persons havine elalmsairainst said eulate are o'clock' in the forenoon and
hereby notified to present the'same, properly the afternooc f Said day, and daring tllfe
authenticated, within one year from' the date of term of the Circuit Court for said County,
saiu leuers, or uieymayne precluded jrom nav- to vatisly saw execution ana costs. .
ing any benefit of said estate, and if- not present-! M. GIVENS, Sheriff P. C.
ed witliin three years Uiev will Jje forever bar- Mrch 19th. 1849. f 4-48.
Vii. llUltailU.lt V1 rfKUIIJ Mm
March 26th, 1849. ? (n49-3w)
THE OPINION OF A CONGRESSMAN
The following is from the 'Honorable Lewis;
L.. JLiCvln, member or Congress,' fro the First
District, Pa., and formerly-Editcr of 'the Phila
delphia Sunt !,:.- "f- -;:,::.
It has been said, that we were influenced bv
selfish .considerations, in bearing our .testimony
in favor of 'Jaync't Epectoranl,' and that
aa retcardur our service, he piys jarge-
V a Q an JLAvmYtlemr ,u ills 2 n r Trtr tttnr
befute the Editor's. connection with this pa
per commenced, he had been relieved from
hoarseness and oppression of the chest, and
by the use of thta unrivalled remedy, and
from a sense vf duty, recommended it to
, SHERIFF'S SALE. .... -BY
virtue and authority of an execution,
bearing date the 13lh day of March, 1849,140
: J r t. e .1 -I t. ' r
TN, pursuance of, ap orderf the CuntyCeoet
nfPilr Canr.firi mifa an inn Jtth Arm "of
Feb'ruarv 1849.' 1 shall, on the 1st Mofadav 'ta
April nextj.it being the first-day 'of rhe ttcxttem
sell at public auction, before the ' C'onrf -Howe
tlocd- fai B6wling'Green;3n alcredit of twelve
months, the following described real stat,e,f be
longing to .the estate of. Robert TfLindsyf d
ceascd.to wilsT acres- lying on,TlamseyT
Creek, beinar parlor Antcmesouerain'. survey.
No. 1709 known'ss lot No. 2 as subdivided by
M. J. Noyes.'ard described is folloWfV'be'gtii
ning at a' stone corner 'on Delannaya East'lTnV,
slbne i" pin oak' six inches"- in 'diameter bean
N. 28 Easti distant 40 links and a iuckoryi 10
inches in diaineter, tears Ni 10 wst 83 UnJ
h-thence with-the: line of said Delaunayi aoutk
SI - east 59 chains and 50 links' to a .stone 8s
W., corner .of said Sougrain,. Survey, from
which a whLeoak, 3 inches Jn,, diameter . bears
north 74 9 easi ten Enks distant, and an elm 15
inches, in. diameter, bears south '41 west dis-
iuiftftiTx 53 'IS'amgX links,
crossimf RamseyV Creek1 toa stone corner "of
lot No. 3, from which a whit4 oak four inches in
diameter, bears N. 7 west 10 inbhes distanC--
also a white oak 6 inches in diameler bears, south
west, distsnt 5 hnkv thence wwi the west
James W. Booth and against John R. Car
ter, and to mo directed; I have levied upon
the following described -Real Estate, lying
and being : situate in , said , county,-as the
property of the said John R. Carter, to-wit:
Lots numbered 123, 123, 125, 127 and 139
,in the town of Clarksville; and also
, and shall
proceed to sell the same to the highest bid
der, for cash in hand, before the court house
door in Bowline Green, in said county, on
thenublic. Jit that time, he l.ad not the the 9 th day of April next, between the hours
I -"- . -"-- ., ' ' 3 K
,pr:loi v mine lorenoon ana a
issued from the office of the clerk of .the! line of lot No. 3 north 37 f9; .west, 69 chains and
circuit court for Pike county, in favor of60 links to a stone N. ,W.y corner if ;lot No, 3,
uromwiucn a pin oak, ten; incnes ,m-oiamwcr
bears N. 59 west, dutant 13 links also a
roost remote idea of editing a daily paper;
and Dr. Jayne gives a preference to the Sun,
not only on account of i s large and rapid
ly increasing circulation, but because the
paper opens to the Advertiser a netc class
of readers, who were never in the habit of
taking the daily penny papers of the city. In
bearing our humble testimony to the virtues
of the Expectorant, we do not stand alone.
Thousands in this city attest its curative
powers, and although opposed to the nse of
what are termed 'tjuack medicines,' gener
ally, yet, when as this case, we have felt
the remedy when, as we freely acknowl
edge, we keep inconstantly in our family,
as a certain and prompt -remedy for Croup
or IsPcchs, we feel that we subserve the
I 5 o'clock in the' af-
Iternoon of said day, and during the term of
the circuit court for said connty, to satisfy
said execution and costs.
M. GIVENS, Sheriff P. C.
March 19th, 1849. (4-48.)
S.1LE OF hJjYDS JiXD TQWJT LOTS
, - FOR TAXES.
Notice is hereby given, in pursuance or a
revised ordinance, passed May 25, 1847, that the
Town Taxes on the following lands and fraction
al lota in the town ol . liouisiana, f ike county
Mo., for the year 1848, remain unpaid on the 1st
day of January, 1849, and unless the said taxes
and all costs thereon be paid, on or before the
inn day of April next, said lands ana fractions
of tewn Jots will, on the laid nineth day cf April
To Christopher C. E. Todd, John H. Todd, Rob
ert Haywood & xJizabeth Haywood. William
Mountjoy & Ailcy C. Mountjoy, Edwin M.
Todd fit Franklin Todd
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
. undersigned heirs and distributees of Uie
estate of Benjamin L. Todd, deceased, will ap
ply at the next June term of the county court pi
Pike county, Missouri, fr a sale of the slaves
belonging to said estate, that distribution may be
made according to the rights of those entitled
thereto, as said slaves can not be divided in kind
Signed March I4th,1849.
BENJAMIN F. TODD,
FRANCIS C. TODD.
March 26th, 1849. (49-8w.)
uie i er j a 1. . a ri ..
interests of society when we stated such foMhetax ,nd M cost, Uiereor.,' to the
facts to the public. The misrepresentations ,OWM. Lidder.orthe person or persons savin
of interested individuals, have forced this
explanation upon ua, which we cheerfully
give. - - LEWIS LEVIN.
Prepared only by Dr. 1). Jayne, Phila
delpliia, and sold on agency by ,
, IL. EX BLOCK & CO., .
March 22d, 1849.
. A MONG the proceedings had by the Board
of Health, at a meeting held this day, were
"It was ordered by the Board that, iu future, all
privies built within the limits of the city, shall
have a vault not less than eight feet deep, four
feet long, and two feet wide; said vaults to be
walled with brick or stone." j
It was further ordered that this order be pub-
, iisnowa ue newspaper employed to publish the
ordinances and other proceedings of. the Board
or Trustees. 'WM. W. WISE, Chairman
v of the Board of Health.
Attest, P. Daarca, Clerk of B.H.
- 1 GIRD.
DOCTORS JOHN C. WELBORN & J AS.
, T.MATS()N, having associated them
selves in the .practice of Medicine, tender their
services to the people or Frankfort and vicinity
ib the various branches of the profession.
t March 2Hth, 1849. (49-lm.)'
T , Trust Sale.
Bi 'virtue of a Deed of Trust, bearing date'
March 12th, 1849, and executed by V. A.
Terry to the subscriber, for the benefit of Rich
ard S. SMMtb. John bmith.Sr- ami Vipra. to
cure certain sums of money therein mentioned,
I shall proceed to sell at pabb'd auction, - to the
highest bidder, en Wednesday, the 11th day of
April, 1849, if fair, otherwise, the next fair day
aV it 1 1 m .
snereaiier, ax rrairieviiie, in uevonnty or Pike,
all the stock of Goods belonging to the said Ter
ry, consisting of calicoes, cottons, hardware, tin
ware, and the usual variety found in a cofentry
stores i Sale to continue from day to day, 'until
'-the stock is disposed of. Term, cash.- - V
THE undersigned, administrator ol the es
tate of Stephen Stemmons, deceased, will,
on Saturday the 14th day of April next, sell to
the highest bidder at public auction, all the per-!
sonal property of said deceased, consistins of
one Waggon, one Horse & Saddle, farming uten
sils. Grain, and Household Furniture. The sale
will be held at the late residence of said deceas
ed, and commence at 10 o'elock in the morning
A credit of li months will ne given on all sums
of .4(5 and upwards for all sums under that
amount the cash will be required. No property
will be. moved till the purcase money is secured
by bond and good security.
1 ' JACOB CROW, Adm'r.
' March 26th, 1849. (48-3w.)
Of interest to Toamcc Planters.
riHE undersigned wish to purchase a quan
X '''y of TOBACCO, for which they will
pay a fair price in cash. . Those wishing to sell
iu tliis market, will find it to their interest to
give us a call, as we design purchasing all that
may be oileied and paying the highest market
price. H. E. BLOCK CO.
Louisiana, March 19th, 1849. -
LOTHING. The subscribers have aided
J totheir stock of merchandise a good assort
ment of besot Manx CLonuncV which we will
sell as low as the cloth can be had out of which
the garments are made. K
C. JACKSON h BRO.
LOUISIANA PIUtES CIJKBE.VT.
the taxef and casta for the least amoant in feet
and inches. Sale te continue from -day to day
till all are sold, under the direction of the town
Treasurer and Collector.
pin oak 10, inches in diameter, bears south 15 .
west, distance 14 links, thence with the line of
lot No. 1 South 53 west, 78 chains and 50
links, crossing Ramsey's Creek to the place of
beginning, being the same eenyeted to the said
Lnxisey by Henry V on pnul and wire. ' 5
-' Here is a rood ehanee for those who wish to
invest their funds in real estate. . The fertility
and location of the above described tract should
render it desirable to those who wish to pur
chase a good farm. ' -.
rtrtM T.. V AUGHAN, , .
Administrator of the estate of Robt. T Lindiey,
deceased. ' ' '
Feb. 19th, 1849. ' " Fl r f44)
NOTICE is hereof riven to all bersona con
cerned or interested in the estate- of George W
Gillaspie, deo'd. that the undersigned wul ap
ply at the next May term of the County Court
of Ralls county to make a final settlement of said
estate. MICHAEL JONES, Adm'r.
February 19th, 1849. . . - (n44-4w).
Ho! for California!!
r' WANT MONEY & MCST HAVE IT,
and all persons inde,b:ed to me,' either by note
or book account,-will save cost by settling the
same without delay. This ir positively the last
eall but one ; so walk an gentlemen- and fork
over to E. 31. BARTLETT. i I
Feb. 5, 1849. , .. (42-tt) a
NOTICE is hereby given to all crdilors and
nther. interested in the estate of Stephen
StMnmons.dec'd.. that the undersigned has ob-
:in-t from the Clerk of the .county court of
Pike ennty, letters or administration on said
estate, 'being date the 19th day of Marcb
1849 s All ne.-sons having claims against said
rj t,rehv notified o present the same,
i -j umLiii one year from. Salt.
UIUUGI1W BUlUCItUKSMiVMa ' " . , I
the dale of wld lelters, or they niy preo'iui-i
ed from having any benefit of said esuMe, and it
not presenUd within three years tney
forever barred. .., .-
JACOB CKUW, Adni r.
March 26, 1849. (49-3 w.)
Corn, - -
Oats, - .
Ricon,Hams - -
Hemp, - -Lard
Beef on foot, - -
Coffee, - -Mohisssi
- .' .
Bar Iron, . -Castings
' - ;
March 23, 1849.)
70 to 75c per bushel
, 18ctsper do.
3 to 3 1-2 per cwU
2 a 2 1-2 ;
3 a 31-2
$4 1-4 a 4 I-2percwt
5 1-2' a 6c per pound,
8 to lOe do
65c per bushel.
2 to 2 l-2percvt
80 to 85c per bushel
8c per dozen.
6 1-4 to 7c per lb.
7 a 9c per lb.
35 a 50c pergal.
95cts, per bunch.
- 50c per bushel
- 2 50 sack.
4 1-2 a 5 per lb.
- 5 per lb -
fi 1-4 per lb.
: Shaw &
- . CaldwelL
Unknown. 600 71 10 ft, 2 in. 381-2
E. Maorr, 10 2-8 acres fractional sec
lion 17, 1.04, K. 1 W. l,d 1-2.
Unknown, 15 acres south east part of
north east fractional qr. sec
tion 18, T.54.N.R. 1 W.
of the 5th principal . meri- .
- dian - ' - . - - $7,871-5
W. K. KENNEDY, 7Veisrer.
Louisiana, 21st Feb. 1849. (45-6w)
To the Public.
Bargains can now be obtained for Cash
at C. Jackson . JJro's. ihey Have deter
mined to wind up their present business,
and will dispose of their present stock for
cost. If you have any doubts caJl and try
To all those indebted to us, wo wish to be
distinctly understood, money, we must and
will have, and if they do not fork in a few
days, they will find Glenn forking them
with a summons. ;
C. JACKSON & BRO.
March 6th, 1849. . (n46)
herebv riven to all creditors and
others interested in the estate of Benjamin L.j
ST. LOUIS MARKET.
Satvsday, March 24th, 1849.
The transactions in produce have been
Todd, dee'd., that the nndersigned . cumntaK. . week. Hemp ,nd
iStrXSZr 'saidte bearinTdaVelTobacco, nominal .ale. ai previous rat...
the 8lh day of February, 1849. AH persons . Tioatt. . .. . f 3 S? to $4 pr bbl
havimr claims anunsi saiu eswioB m. - 75 cts. per ousnei
O t . . ,. ...thanrtyiriifl I ..... ..
tied to present uie .
Mih mm vear from the date of said letters, or
.1 iJ MMIiided from havwir any benefit
of said estate, an ir not presemea wiuun .r
an. thev will be forever berred. ' -1
year., they NJAJk,N R ToW). AdV.
March 28UI, 119. I 1
Oats, 4 - 1 -Corn,
. . ,
Hay, - : -,
13 per ton.
. -V. 111'
;8,OU per ooi,; 1
:4ctierJlv :,. ', I
-41 per bbh
'others interested in the estate of Terisha Tur
ner, a person of unsouud mind, that I was, 011
j the 13th day of February, 1849, - appointed by
the County Court of Pike county, guardian of
the person and estate of the said Terisha Tur-
!ner. All persons having claims against said es-
vara urea nsfmnv nrn 11 sin v r MManr vsiaa aamai
properly authenticated, within one year from the
dale of said appointment or they may be preclu
ded from having any benefit of said estate, and
if not presented within three years they will bei
GEORGE F. TURNER,
February 19th, 1849. (n44-4w)
THE subscribers have on hand and will eon
tinue to keep, every variety of Ladle's and Gen
tlemen's Saddles made to order. They, have a
superior article of patent spring seat, manufac
tured alone by Mr. Shannon, that cannot fail to
please. Also, Bridles and Martingals to corres
pond.. C. JACKSON & BRO.
Jan. 15,1849. (n38)
Auction ! Auction ! 2
ALL persons indebted, for goods bought
at auction or otherwise, to the late firm
of WILLIAM LUCE & CO., will save cost
by making payment on or before Saturday,
the 17tn inst. After that time, all notes and
accounts will be passed to other hand, for
collection, a. I am bound to close the busi
ness of the firm immediately."
Persons knowing themselves to be in
debted to me individually, will also consult
their interest by making immediate pay
March 12Ji, 1849.
Farm for Sale. ; : , ;;
THE undersigned offers' the farm upon which
ha now resides, at private sale. Said farm
contains 160 acres, is situated three mile,
and a half northwest of Louisiana, on tha
road leading to Paris, is under a eood state
of cultivation, with a log and frame, boose
On it, the latter not quite finished,' with a
never failing spring, and also a good mill
seat on Grassy Creek.
The terms and time of clvine possession
can be known by applying' td ' ' ; f '
W. B. CLIFTON-'
March 12th, 1849. (n46 ) ,
STATE OF MISSOURI, I ; . . - -,.! . . ,
Final Settlement. .
NOTICE is hereby given to all prraons In
terested, that at the next June term of the
county court of Pike county, we will apply for a
final settlement ot uie estate oi ueorge vaughan,
PETER T. VAUG HAN, ) P ' ; ,
THOMAS R.. VAVG HAN,
Feb. 19th--1 r' (44-4w)
rninurv rtry m vr
Is Piax Coctv Coct, Fanaciav 10th. 184a.
JAMES C. ELMORE, Administrator ef the
estate of Isaac Lard, deceased, cones; ad
files his petition for the sale of the real estate of
said deceased, which is accompanied by the Juts,
inventories and accounts required by law; all
of which is verified by the affidavit of said Ad
ministrator. , It is therefore ordered, that all
persons be notified hereof, and that unless the
contrary be shown on or before the first day or
the next term of this Court, an order wilh be
made for the sale of the real estate of said de
ceased, or so much thereof as will be sufficient
to satisfy the debts against the estate of said de
ceased, and ordered that a copy of this' order be
published In some newspaper published in this
State, for six .weeks; the - Last naertkm I Ki'.
twenty dayj.hefore thafirst day of the next term
of tins Coujr. -
Alrue eopy front th record 6t said Court.'
A,t"V 1 ' S.'F. MlUKAYjtJIerk.
Fe'v 19Uh -1849, (o440O
March 28th, 1919.