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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR
j3-Tim $2m meM, CAB.rg
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 10.
,Th bllowing appointment! were made"
for the tupply of the Pulpit in this place,
aMhe recent meeting of the PrestjfifrJ T
Osagt. ' :
, June 25 Rev. I. B. Rickettt.
July 9 Iter. A. Jones.
July 23" O. A. M. fienahaw.
' , FOR PRESIDENT, , .
,i Of Michigan.-
' " 'FOR1 tICE-PRESIDENT,
GEN. WM.fl. BlITLER,
. . , Of Kentucky.
, .". torn covtio,
AUSTIN A. KING, o
. . ,"' rom titvf. coVebnoii,
THOS. L. PRICE, o Cotv
Electors fat President and Vice President
Ut Di.t.-J. C. WELBORN,of Pike.
2nd " A. McKINKEY, of Randolph.
3d , . -B. SWING, of Ray.
-G. D. HALL, of Lafayette.
B. F. MASSE Y, of Lawrence.
J: H. RELFE, of Washington.
-TRUSTEN POLK, St. Louis.
. , , roa covibnor, .
J AS. S. ROLLINS, of Boone.
roar titer, covebkob.
HENDRICK, of Greene co.
sEUdort for Presiiint and Vict President.
. lit Dist. T. L. ANDtf RSON.of Marion
2nd ' A. LEONARD, of Howard.
3d ! A. VV. DO CilPH AN, of Clay.
4th J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper
5th CHA5. N. IIAKDY, of Benton.
6th ALVIN COOK!, of C. Ghrardeau.
7th URIEL WRIGHT, of St. Louis.
Wanted Immediately !
At this office, ("peaceably if tee can, onii
forcibly f v must,") all the money now
due us for all kinds of, labor done and per
formed during the last three yean. We
want money and mwfh'ave it, and if you
don't want to pay the trimmings to the of
ficers, call in and settle. W e are as much
disposed to1- accommodate, . as any one'
els, but wr di hope yen ' don't want us
i to wait on" you always, and finally for
feiva the debt. We have wailed upon
some of our friends until our patience has
become almost aa- thread bare aa'our old
breeches, and wbuld like to enjoy the lux
ury of receipting for sonic of our old out
atanding claims. Those to whom the a
. bbve . remark apply, will take them to
themselves, and act accordingly. -
. , ;:j i Public Speaking.
JAS. S. ROLLINS', Whig Candidate
for Governor, will address the peopleat
the following timet and places :
Erie,., - ,; .,
"f 'Marshall, -
EJ-JUDGli KING, Democratic can'
didate for Governor, will address the peo
ple ai the following timet and p lacet :
Oseola, Monday, - Jut12ih
L. JV",Frn"t Tuesday, - " 13th
Greenfield, Wednesday; " 14th
Carthage, Thursday, " 15th
Mt. Vernon, Saturday, " 17th
Springfield, Monday, 19th
', Bolivar, Wdue;day, " 21st
Hickory county, Friday,' " S3c"
Wartiw, Saturday, 24th
: Georgetown, Monday, ' " 26th
S " MirtheC, Tuesday,
ftVTHU becomtoodaling and gentleman
ly' pELcerV of the- ..ieamer Hay dee have
our thanks-fm package of late St. Lou
it papcra-Mind we Urn mor readily make
tto tcUnowhitgement, since iti.lhe first
time that our blflck hat been retnemUred
by our' river men. ,Wa hop thej will
have-ut in mind more frequently here-
after,4' '- : :..
; 23Gen. Catt, tince bit nomination fur
the Presidency by the Democratic Nation'
at Conventiotvhat resigned hit teat in tke
Senate of the United Stater. -
A BENEVOLENT FESTIVAL.
The La oi it of Warsaw, will hold a
Festival on the evening of SaloYday the
24th June, for the (he purpose of raising
funds to Plaster the Presbyterisn Church.
The publio are respectfully invited to at
June 10, 1843.
Masonic Signet. The first No. of a
new monthly bearing the above title, has
been received. It is edited by J. W. S.
Mitchell, and judging from the introduc
tory No. before us, will doubtless prove
an interesting work lb the members of the
fraternity, for whose instruction it is is
sued. 1 he subscription pried is only $2
50, and if it is encouraged as well at all
other points at it it here, the enterprising
publisher may regard its success as per
manent. The work can be seen and ex-
I amined at this office.
JTjf"The steamer Wrave passed this
place on Saturday evening last, on her
way to Oseol and Harmony Mission or
Papinville, the county seat of Bates coun
ty, which latter place she reached without
difficulty or' accident, a distance of about
COO miles from the mouth' of the Osage.
This trip was made upon a comparatively
low stag of water, and shows the pecul
iar adaptation of the Wave for the naviga
tion of the Osage river. The Wave stop
ped about an hour at our landing on Wed
nesday evening, on her way downward.
Shels expected up again on Monday mor
ning. 23"Judge King and Maj. Rollins, can
didates for Governor, are to be here and
address the people of this county, on the
24 tli inst. this day two weeks. Let the
people thejwh'olc people, turn out to hear
Oseola Convention. We learn that the
Hon. John S. Phelps was nominated for
re-election by this body on Monday last,
as tl.4 demncratio candidate for Congress
in this district.
LEXINGTON AND NEW MADRID
RAILROAD CONVENTION AT
Wednesday, June 7, ISIS.
Pursuant to previous notice, the dele
gate to the" Lexington and New Madrid
Railroad Convention met at the Court
house m the City of Warsaw at one o'
clock, P. M.
On motion, Col. James M. Gatewood,
of Henry county, was appointed Presi
dent, and after having been conducted to
the Chair, he, in a very appropriate man
ner tendered his thank to the Conven
tion, for the honor conferred upon him by
selecting him to preside over its delibera
tions he further slated the object and
purposes of the Convention, and extended
his remarks in showing the greut advan
tages of Infernal Improvements to other
States who have engaged in their con
struction, and the benefits that would ac
crue to the pebple of this region of the
State at well at to other portions, by the
construction of the proposed road, &c.
On motion, E. Burden, Esq., of Lafay
ette county, was chosen Vice President ;
and on further motion, J no. P. Campbell,
Evq., of Lafayette county, was appointed
It' was then moved that the delegate's to
the 'Convention from the several counties,
send up their names to the Secretary, and
that other gentlemen present from coun
ties which had not sertt delegates to the
said Convention, be invited to take testt
in the' Convention, which motion having
been "adoptej), the following gentlemen
took seat in the Convention, viz :
Froin 'Lafayette coualy Jno. P. Camp.
bell, E. Burden, G.B. Steele, W. J.Pig-
gott and W. P. E wing
Frcm Benton D. CI Ballon, H. II.
Whhe, Fi P. Wright, F.' Hunton, P.Ev
eretf, J:' AtkUson, E. H. Powers, M. L,
Meant, A. C. Shepard and J. W. Fields.
From St. Clair W. P: Johnton and E
From'Johnson Dr. Wm'. Calhoun. ;
f Vera Miller J. B. Harrison.
From Cedar TIim. Jones.
From Camdeii Dr. J. N.'B. Dodson.
From "Batet F. Barrowt.
Fror Henry Jas. M. Gatewood, Dr.
J. Hogaft 814 J. A. Tutu
On motion of "a, C. Bullou, it wat re
solved that a commillecons,,,iI)g 0r on.
delegate from eacn coumy Presented in
fh Convention) be appointed irkft ,j
report to this Convention, resolution.,.
pretsinfflle views of this Convention In
regard to tha proposed Railroad.
The President sppointed Ballou, of Ben'
ton, Sttfcle, of Ijf.yelle, Johnton of St
" -j ""
CUir, Calhoun of Johnson, JUrriton
Miller, Jonet of Cedar, Dodson of Cam
den, Ilogan of Henry, and Barrowt of
Batet, on said committee.
The committee having retired, in their
absence, there being a great many per
sons present, Jno. P. Campbell, Esq., of
Lafayette, wat called upon, and addressed
the Convention to alto did E. C Davis,
of St. Clair.
D. C. Ballou, chairman of the commit
tee to draft resolutions, reported the following:
1st. Resolved, That in the opinion of
this Convention, a railroad constructed
from New Mndrid, or some point near that
place, below freezing point an the Mis
sissippi river, by the way of Warsaw to
Lexington, on the Missouri river, would
be of imuienfe importance to the
people, in opening up to them a fine
Southern market at all seasons of the year,
thereby inviting and increasing emigra
tion to the State, greatly augmenting the
wealth, population and prosperity of the
people, in giving a new and powerful im
pulse to the agricultural, mechanical com
mercial and manufacturing interests of the
2d. That we view the present propos
ed Railroad at altogether practicable, and
while we tee other Statet in the Union
engaged in timilar works of improvement,
and procuring large and liberul grants of
land from the General Government, to aid
in the conttruction of such works, we
should not be indifferent to our interests,
but ought to, and will, use all hmdable
means to carry this project into successful
3d. That as this proposed route runs
through a portion of the mot fertile re
gion of land in the U. Stales, while oliier
portions would puts through the finest
mineral region known in the world, com
bining great water power with the advan
tages of timber in abundance, now almost
valueless fur the want of a certain, cheap
and easy access to and from market at all
ceasonc, i( is a duty which we owe to our
selves and our country, to use every exer
tion to remove these disadvantages which
now press so heavily upon u.
4th. That the Hon. F. P. Wright, Col.
J. M. Gatewood and E. C. Davis, Esq. be
and they are appointed a committee to
draft a suitable address, expressive of (he
views of this meeting on the subject of
the contemplated Railroad.
5lh. That Col. Wm. T. Wood, R. C.
Evving. F. C. Sharp, T. M. Ewing and
J. P. Campbell, Esq., of Lafayette, be
appointed a committee to draft a memorial
to Congress on the subject of a grant ol
lands, to uid in the construction of said
6th. That D. C. Ballou, J. Alkisson, P.
Everett & E. H. Powers, of Benton, W.
P. Johnson, of St. Clair, F. Barrows, of
Bates, J. B. Harrison of Miller, Thomas
Jones, of Cedar, A. C. Marvin and Dr.
Ilogan, of Henry, be appointed a com
mittee to petition the General Assembly
of the Slate of Missouri fur a charter un
der which to construct said road.
The resolutions having been read, the
Chairman slated that the question before
the Convention was on agreeing to the
report of the committee. The question
wat taken and the' retolutiont unanimous
There being nothing before the Conven
tion, the following genthmen were called
upon and addreted the Convention: D. C.
Ballou, W. P. Johnson,' M. L. Means and
F. P. Wright.
The speeches having taken up the re
mainder of the day, and it being late, and
at the addrett and memorial could notjbe
completed to be presented to ihia Conven
tion, on motion it' was
Resolved, That the proceedings of this
meeting be sigrted by the officers of the
Convention, and that the proceedings aa
well 'at the address be "published, and that
ill the papers in the Slate be requested to
publish the tame.
On motion the Convention adjourned
JAS. M. GATEWOOD, Pres't.
E: BURDEN," V.' Pres't.
J. P. CatarBELL, Sec'y.
By Telegraph fof the Republican.
4 ' FROM MEXICO.
Baltimsbe, June 2.
An extra from the cilice of the Charles
ton Evening Timet announces the arrival
at-New 'Orleans, of the Edith, from Vera
Cruz. She brings the newt of the cer
tain ratification of the Treaty of Peace.
We have dates from (hit city to the 28tli.
. V confirm the intelligence already pub
,.t''?t certainty of the ratification
of the tre
Pent y V
i i tin j h
of' visional Preiidn
i had been clsclected Pro-
-tome Inforoitlity jrre-
venting TIerrera from taking hia teat. ,
Lieut. T. U. Breerton, Ord. Dept. U.
S. A. jumped overboard from the ateamer
Telegraph, in a temporary fit of Insanity,
and wat drowned.
. j ' . .'
From Iht Independence Expositor-' Extra )
May 29th, 1848. J
From tc Mexico.
Quickest hip yet The Telegraph beat ! I
It will doubtless be recollected that Mr.
F. X. A(?bb y left our town in the latter
part of March last for Santa Fe. He took
out a number of wagont, sold out, and it
here attain, making the trip in from Santa
Fe, alter loosing one day's travel, in the
incredible short space of eight days and
teh hours 1 1 Mr. Aubry left Santa Fe
on the night of the 19th inot. and arrived
here on the morning of the 28th, about an
hour before sunrise. This is certainly one
of the most remarkable (rips ever yet made
across the plains, and we venture the as
sertion, that many a day will elapse before
Aubry's "May trip" from Santa Fe will
be beat 1 He killed three horses and two
mules on (he (rip walked 40 miles wat
three days without any provisions, and
slept only four hours and a half on the
whole route ! He averaged 114 miles per
aey .' i: Atiory does not make a fortune
in more ways than one, then we will con
fess that industry and energy it no pass
port to wealth or honor.
Mr. Aubry represents every thing as
being quail at Sa,nta Fe when he left.
The Indians on the way are gathering jn
bands for the purpose of renewing their
old game. They attacked him on his route
in, and in making his escape lost most of
his baggage, provisions, &c, besides sev
eral packages of letters, papers, Sic, for
persons in the States.
Mr. Aubry learned nothing on the route
of Maj. Gilpin's command; but inasmuch
as he saw no Camanches rtu his way in,
we think it likely that Maj. Gilpin has
carried (he war into the heart of the Ca
manche country, and that they now have
plenty to do at home. Otherlndians were
plenty, but no Camanches were to be seen.
Mr. Aubry states that the traders who
have gone out this spring, from all the in
formation he could obtain, were all going
on very well.
V e are indebted to Mr. Aubry for lute
numbers of the Santa Fe Republican.
from which we learn that Col. Gilpin had
encountered a large, party of Camanches
near the Moro, who made strenuous re
sistance until the Americans charged up
on them, when they precipitately fled,
leaving many of their dead upon the field,
and the greater portion of (heir stock in
the hands of the Americans." There were
only one or two Americans killed, and
very few wounded. Col. Gilpin was still
on trail of the Indians, and it was thought
would soon whip them (o (erms.
A (rain of merchant wagons, belonging
(o Messrs. Bu'lard, Hook, & Co., which
left (he Slates for Santa Fe last fall, is
supposed to have been cut off by the Indi
ans, as nothing has been heard of them at
Santa Fe since they left Fort Mann, last
winter,. There were some twenty men
with the train, for the safety of whom
great fears are entertained.
EVENTS OF TWO MONTHS.
The Nev-- York Tribue gives the fol
lowing summary of the results of recent
movements in Europe :
The utter abolition of Royalty and Ar
istocracy in France, and the establishment
in stead, of a thoruugh Democracy, polit
ca) and social.
The virtual fusion of various Kingdoms,
Grand Duchies, and Slates, composing
Germany, into one great Federative Em
pire, retaining some monarchical forms,
but thoroughly imbued with a Republic
spirit and protected by Liberal institu
tions. The liberation and independence of Ita
ly, and its partial, if not complete, union
into a Confederacy or League, with a
commoa Hug, Tariff, Army and. Code.
I he resurrection of Poland, and its r-
8t,n's8ion as an independent and power
ful Republic into the preat family of Civ
ilized ann Christian IMations ; and
The liberation of Bohemia, Hungary,
and the Tyrol, Sic., from the despotic grasp
in which they have so Ibng been crushed,
and the reduction of Austria, from the
first to about the (bird rank among the
powers of Europe.'
grSanta Anna reached Kingston, Ja
maica, on the 2nd inst.
TO THE PEOPLE OF THE FIFTH
Charles A". Handy, Whijr Presidential
Elector, will addrett (he people tl the fol
lowing timet and placet, to wilt
At Efie, on Saturday, June 17th
Waynesville," Monday, " 19th
" Buffalo; Wednesday, 21st,
Hartsviire, Friday, " 23d
" Rockbridge, Monday, " 20lh
" Forsyther, Wednesdry, " 23ih
' Cossville,' Friday, v 30th
' " Neosho, Saturday, July 1st
Mt. Vernon, Monday, 3d
f M Greenfield, Friday,
" ' Springfield, Saturday,
" " Bolivar, Monday,
" Fremont, Tuesday, '
W"The Springfield papen are repeat
ed' to iDtert the above. - v
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
The great Remedy for Coughs, Colds and
all dueaset of ths Lungs and Chest.
READ WHAT IT HAS DONEI
A Lifs Preterv dt The following posi
tive testimony in favor of Wistar's bal
sam of Wild Cherry, has been received
by the agent in this city : ,
Jodak,N. Y., April 15, 18451
In the winter of 1841 and '2, 1 was trou
bled with hoarseness and dry hacking
cough, produced, no doubt, by change of
climate, having previously spent some time
at the South, and possessing weak lungs
and rather a delicate constitution. In Fe
bruary I was attacked with hemorrhage
of the lungs, which continued until I had
not sufficient strength of voice to speak
loud in three months. Through medical
treatment and care, I partially recovered
during the summer, but on the return of
winter, was attacked again with cough,
chills, fever, night sweats. Physicians'
snid they could do no more for mc, and I
was rapidly sinking with consumption.
Fortunately, my friends procured the iJal
samof Will Cherry, thinking it might re
lieve me for a time, and with (he blessing
of kind Providence it entirely restored me
to health, which I Jiave continued to en
joy until the present time, without any
symptom of my former disease, with the
exception of being a little more liable to
cold from damp air and sudden change of
weather. ELIZABETH WILSON
Sworn and suhscribed, this 15th day of
April, 1845, before me. A. CASE, j.p.
Sold by Brown & Dunn, Warsaw.
Cn ii did .it en' Department.
We are authorized to announce JAMES
WINSTON, Esq., or Benton county, as a
candidate for Congress W this Congres
sional District, maj 6
We are authorized to announce Col.
JOHN MOORE as a candidate for Repre
sentative of Benton county, at the endu
ing August election. fmajl3
We are authorized to announce BURR
11. EMERSON as a candidate for Repre
sentative of Benton county at the ensuing
August election. marl 8
We are authorized to announce MARK
L. MEANS, Esq., as a candidate for Cir
cuit Attorney for the 7th Judicial district,
compoxed of the enmities of Benton, Hick
ory, Dallas, Polk, Cedar, St. t'Jair niid
Henry. ' maj27
We are authorized to announce HEN
RY E. FLURRY as a candidate for the
otfice of Sheriff of Benton county, at the
ensuing August election. may27
TJ We are authorized to announce J AS,
M. BLAKEY, Jr., an a candidate for the
oilice of Sheriff of Benton county, at the
ensuing August election subject to the
drcisiou of the whole people at the polls.
We are authorized to announce HEN
RY F. BURNS as a candidate for the of
fice of Sheriff of Benton county, at the
ensuing August election. apl29-tde
tCJ'We are authorized (o announce A
BRAIIAM SALLE Y, as a candidate for
the office of Sherifl of Bentou county, at
the ensuing August election. april!5
JJ-We are authorized to announce Col.
JOHN HOLLOWAY as a candidate fur
the office of Sheriff of Benton county, at
the ensuing August election. mar4
E3"We are authorized to announce the
name of JAMES W.. HAWKINS as a
candidate for Sheriff of Benton county, at
the ensuing August election. :
63" We are authorized to announce WiL'
li am II. Kee as a candidate for Constable
of Lindsey Township at the ensuing Au
Igust election. ' ' - inarJS
2d St. Louis Oak, Faut, fm mouth of
3d Wave, from the mouth.
4th Hay dee, from the mouth.
7th Wave, fm Oseola and Harmony
3d St. LouitOak, for St. Louis.
3d Wave, for Oseola and Harmony
4th Haydee, for St. Louis.
7th Wave, fur mouth of Ossge.
OF REAL ESTATE.
BY virtue and In pursuance of an order
of the County Court of Benton coun
ty, I will tell to the highest bidder, for
cash in hand, at tbe Court-house door, in
the City of Warsaw, on the first day of
the next term of the County Court of Ben
ton county, to b beinin and held at the
Court-house, in tbe City of Warsaw, on
the Fourth Monday in July neat, sale to
take plaee while the Court is la session.
the rollowttig-descrioea town lots, oviong
ilia- to the estate of John II. Wilson
dee'd., to js. it: Lot No. 3, in block No. 62
also lot no. o, in biocit no.zz.
W. K1LLBUCK, Adm'r,
City Ordinance. .
ArTdrdinance fa regard to the Steamboat
, Landing.' v , ; '
BE it ordained. ty the Mayor and Cv
cilmen of the City of Warsaw,
t See. I. That no rait of lumber, timber,
or other materials shall be permitted to re
main at the graded landing in said cjty at
the foot of Commercial street, or on said
graded landing, for a longer period than
J 2. 'he Constable of said City shall
take into his possession any suah rift of
lumber, timber orother materials, at or on
taid landing, after the same-shall have re
mained at or on said, landing twenty -four
hours, and remove or cause the tame to
be removed to some safe place ;' and taid
Constable shall keep possession of the
same until demanded by the owner or oth
er person entitled fa the possession there-,
of, and said Constable shall not deliver up
the possession of tuch raft of lumber, tim
ber or other materials, untjl the owner or
other person entitled to the possession of
the same, shall first pay to said Constable
the expense for removing the same from
said landing, and also the sum of five dol
lars as a fine, and the further sum of one
dollar to said Constable, for hit fee in tuch
J 3. If the possession of euch'raft of
lumber, timber or other materiali, shall
not be demanded of said Constable within
twenty days, he shall give five days notice
by a written advertisement, put up In said
city, that so much of said raft of lumber,
timber or other materials, will be told to
the lushest bidder in taid city, to pay the
costs of removal from said lending, as
well as said fine and hi fee in such case
allowed ; and said Constable, if the costs
ol removal, fine and his own fees shall not
be paid before the day of tale, shall pro- .
ceed to sell such raft of lumber, timber or
other materials according to said notice.
4. The fine of five dollars shall be paid
into the City Treasury by said Constable.
9 4- This ordinance shall take effect and
be in Joice from the lath i'kv of June, 1818.
Passed June 5, 1848.
E. CAMERON, Pres't.
n f th n.,...i
Approved, June 5, 1848.
A. R1TCHEY, Mayor.
ILL persons interested in the estate of
S John II. Wilson, dee'd., late of Ben
ton county, arc hereby notined that the un
dersigned will apply nt the next July
termof the county court for said county,
for a final settlement of his administra
tion of said estate. . .. :
M W. KILLBUCKj.Adm'r.
Volunteers wanted immediately
liniEREAS, our country i, now In vol-
" ved in war, it behooves every patri
ot to rally around the standard of hiscoun-
ny, tne glorious stars and stripes, under
which our fathers fouirht and died. Come.
then, old nnd Vllllll0 l'iiVl tttisl nm-aM skit. I
rally round the "Nation's banner" which
unfurl its folds from our iA.rwun Hin-
- rf' ""S.J I'" ruin fW''i.SB,iiit
doir!!! , .
Heie you will find aoods lust suited to
the times, both in quality and ( rice such
as SPUX TRUCK, all Nos.; cotton cards.
nails. lion. Ktecl. l,!i,, ...i m..j.i. ......
7 J - ;rv hu .'.U.1WCT, WAr-
ranted calico, books & stationary, Irish
per St. Louis Oak, a prime article of SU- V I
UAit, fcnenper than ever,) nil of which
I will sell at cost and carriage, to close
our stock. Now is the time to hit In emir
uminer's stores. Look in and examine
both the quality and price, and we war
rant that you vv ill find it to your advantage
to buy of us. You cannot miss the house.
oJr Look for the National Flair at the dor
mant window. Ej Don't all come at a
time I am afraid we shall not be nhla tn
wait on you. junelO J. M. WHITE,
Ao. 44, ngn of the American Flag.
Election otcc. ",
WERE will be an election held at the
Mansion House in the 4th wanl of th
City of Warsaw, on Mondav. the 12th
inst., for a Councilman of said ward, to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the resigna
tion of James A. Brown, .
By order of the Board of Councilman.
A. RH CHE Y, Mayor.
Attest : ' '
IT. H. WHITE, Register. juneta
STATE OF MISSOURI,,
County or Bates.
In the Bates Circuit Cuurt, Jtpril Term,
1019, ' ........ j
G EOS or DouoLASt,y ' ' .. . 1
. I Petition to foreclose
Jants Morris & f s mnrtrit.
Sabab A Morris. J . .
NOW at this day comes the taid plain
tiff, and filet herein his betion to far.
close the mortgage executed by the said
ueicmiuiiix iierein, 10 tne said plaintiff, for
South-west quarter of section No. thir
teen, (13,) township No. forty, (40) and
range No. twenty-nine, (29) lf0 a copy
of said mortgage to secure to the taid
piaiuuu me sum 01 jnree Hundred and
twenty five dollars eighty-sevan cents,
($325 87,)with accruing Interest as shown
by a bond executed by the taid Morris,
and payable to tbe plaiutiff, bearing even
date with taid mortgage, and dated tbe
AJin oay 01 July, ita. And the taid
plaintiff alo filet herein an etitdii .t..
ting that the taid defendants are not real-
oenis oi, nor residing within this State.
Therefore, it is Ordered by the Court, that
the -taid defendant! be notified of the
commencement of this tuit and required
to appear on or before the first day of the
next term, to be begun and held at the
Court-house at Papinville; ia Batet coun
ty n the first Monday after thefomth
Monday in September next, and answer
taid petition, or Judgment will be render
ed against' them ou said bond, and the
mortgaaed premises sold to tatisfy taid
debt damages and costs aforesaid. And
UU further ordered that a eopy elthU
order be published in some iewspaner
printed in this State, for eight wetktsuc
cessively, the last insertion to b. least
four weekt before the firttday ef the Dtit
term of this Court. v
Attest a true copy t "
, , D ,a F BARROWS, Clerk.-June3-8M8-fee