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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR.
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SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 15.
GEN. LEWIS USS.
GEN. Will. 0. BUTLER,
AUSTIN A. KING, of Bay.
" IO ttEOT. GOVERNOR,
TIIOS. L. PRICE, of Cole.
Elector! for President and Vict President.
1st Dit.-J. C. WELI50RN, of like
A. McKINNEY, of Randolph.
E. 11. EWING, of Ray.
G. D. HALL, of Lafayette
B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence,
J. II. RELFE, of Washington
TRUSTEN POLK. St. Louis
Gen JMCMMR1' LflXOff,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
.TJX1 RIP FMLIltORE.
J AS. S. ROLLINS, of Boone
ron 11EET. BOTERSOR
L. II END HICK, of Greene co
Electors fur President and Vice President
1st Diat.T. L. ANDERSON.of Marion
A. LEONARD, of Howard.
A. W.DONIPHAN, of Clay
J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper
CHAS. N. HANDY, of Benton
ALVIN COOK, of C. Girardeau
URIEL WRIGHT, of St. Louis
jTjhB. F. MASSEY, dem., and C, N
HANDY, whig. Presidential Electors for
this district, w ill address the people of
Benton county THIS DAY at (he Court
house. St. Louis County. We learn that the
County Court of St. Louis county, hav
vng heretofore invested her distributive
thare of the 500,000 acres of land dona
ted to this State by Congress, has appoint
ed the Hon. Foster P. Wright, of tnis
place, a Director on the part of said coun
ty in the Osage River Association. We
should have been glad if some one of the
many friends of Internal Improvement in
St. Louis, could have made it convenient
to attend the meetings of the Board of Di
rectorsdie dhtance, however, would
preclude the regular attendance of a di
rector from that county. We are much
pleased at the appointment of Judge W.
by the County Court. The Judge is a
gentleman of high standing in our com
munity, and one who takes a deep inter
est in the improvement of the Osoya riv
er, and will, no doubt, render full satis
faction to those who have entrusted their
interest in his hands.
In this connexion we will take occasion
to say that the works upon the river at
this point and for tome distance below,
are progressing with a vigor and deter
mination of purpose, w hich h a sure in
dication of success.- Our energetic friend
Col. Squires, under whose superintend
ence the work here is being done, w ith
Capt. Won- Watdor as general super in
tendant and President of the Board, give
assurance to those acquainted with them,
that (he work will be done.
The Hackberry Shoal, yet incompljte,
has about three and a half feet water on
h, and Cot. S. thinks he can procure that
depth at the lowest stage of the river, at
cost not exceeding $250.
JTjfWe inadvertently omitted to notice
in our last, the receipt of a prospectus of
the "Daily and Weekly Fountain & Com
mercial Standard,?' a new paper proposed
,lo be published in St. Louis, to commence
n the 20th September,' by James Davis
' and Benjamin Hays, Esq. . The daily
will be atnl In subscribers at the very
low price of $5 a year, and the weekly
for $2. The Fountain will be devoted to
Temperance, Moral, Literature, Com-
merce, Agrionlture, Manufactures, Gen-
eral News, Mechanic Aria, &c. Neutral
in politic and religion.
A good paper o! the character propos
ed is much needed in .tie West, and frouv
the array T names given a regular eon
tribulort, and the known ability of the ed
itor, we liaye no doubt the "Fountain1'
will merit an extensive patronage at the
hands of the reading community.
The Session of Congress. TJie Nation
al Intelligencer of the 27th ult. says :
"The term of the session is in a fair
way to extend itself into the month of Au
gust, if not of September. It i impossi
ble, in fact, that the two Houses can now
get through the business before them by
the 17 h. Judging from the proceedings
of the last few days, the battle of the Pre
sidency is likely to occupy much of the
remaining lime of Congress."
33"We aee it stated that Gov. Dodge,
of Wisconsin, who was nominated for the
Vice Presidency on the Barnburner's lick
et with Mr. Van Buren, lias declined the
honor intended to be conferred, o that
little Matty will have to go it "solitary
and alone, " unless some one else can be
found willing to undergo political martyr
dom wilh him.
GIVE THE SWINDLERS A KICK I
The NATIONAL WHIG at Wash
ington is quoted in many of the w estern
papers, as a Whig organ. This is not so.
We believe it 'a wolf in hheep's clothing.'
The concern is not only a humbug, but a
cheat and a swindle or it would pay its
bills (o Western prin(ers for publishing
lis prospectus. Let all good w ings stand
aloof from it. The cause of 'Old Zack1
is in better hands. Quincy Ills. Whig.
2JThe National Whig has ceased to
exist not only defrauding the papers in
general, but pocketing the money sent on
by unsuspecting subscribers. 'I he Pro
prietor, as announced, una Charles W.
Fenton the agent G. L. Gilchrist. Let
western printers pass them round, and the
western people patronUe their own pa
pers in lime to come. Brunswicker.
23Vehave a word to say, too, in re
gard fo this swindling concern, being a
inong the sufferers. We copied the pros
pectus as ordered, having no idea of be
coming the dupes of scoundrels and sev
eral subscribers in (his neighborhood have
been cheated out of their subscription mo
ney. The public should recollect the
name of CHARLES W. FENTON
though h is not probable he will ever ut
tempt such another (rick. Wc hope edit
ors of the East as well as of the West.
will expose this piece of swincllwg. Mi
ner's Proseft, Potosi, Mo.
2fj""We too, would like to give these
swindling thitves a dilf oxer the face and
eyes. We also published their prospec
tus, nut so much with the expectation of
getting pay for it, as with the view of ob
taining an exchange. We were hardly
green enough to believe that the proprie
tors could afford to pay regular advertising
rates to all the papers in the Union for
publishing their prospectus, especially
when merely trying an experiment. We
thought the request most too liberal and
extensive, to induce any to believe that
they ever dreamed of paying for it. The
result has only verified our first belief in
the matter, and We are sorry lo tee our
brethren so badly "taken in " Neverthe
less, such sw indling scoundrels ought to
receive marked attention at the hands of
the Western press especially, and there
fore we give them a kick as they pass;
Financial. The New York Sun, of the
20th ult. says : Money is decidedly easier,
and confidence in the permanent stability
of our financial and commercial interests,
never was stronger than al the present
moment. Our harvest', abundant beyond
all former precedent, will enable us (o
supply the wants of all countries ; our
manul.iclures, with the single exception
of the iron interest are fully employed at
remunerating prices: our shipping meets
ready cargoes both out and home- while
steady current of the precious metals
flow in upon us with the emigration of
4.uii'jc ciiij yt iBjng uii0.
Siecia for Europe. A considerable a
mount of specie hat been exported from
Iew York to Europe this week. The
Hermann took oul $200,000 :- the Acadia
$123,1 ltj, and the packet ship Zurich
$I2J,Ub, while only $d0,000 have been
imported. The amount exported from
Boston last week was $196,124, and the
sum imported only $3,338. Ball. Clipper
Oregon is said to contain 213.536.320
acres California and New Mexico 500,
009 square mile. These and the other
territories of (he Onion equal at' least I,-
600,000 square miles, or 269,000.000
square acres. Plenty of room for the land
reformers to rote themselves farmers for
some time to come.
More Truth ttvtn Poetry. Arthe 1 11th
anniversary of the Irish Charitable Socie
ly of Boston, the following toast' was giv
'.J glass of cold water. There it Hot
a headache in a hogshead ot it."
JJgitution in Canda.M. P'apineau
who is staled lo be in favor of a severance
of Canada from Great Britain, addressed
a meeting of two thousard persons, at a
town. near (nebec, a short time g.
By Telegraph for the kepublican.
ARRIVAL OF THE
SEVtS DAYS LATER FROM EI'BOPE!
Resignation of Louis Napoleon The Pres
idencyImportant from Denmark Out
beak at Berlin Another at Prague,
Boston, July 8.
The express steamer Buena Vista ar
rived here this morning from Halifax, in
advance of the Caledonia, which steamer
arrived there on Thursday last, about 12, m.
The steamer United states, made the pas
sage out in thirteen days, the Hibernia in
Paris is still agitated. Prince Louis
Nanoleon has resinned his seat in the As
sembly, and this has postponed the trou-
There are six candidate for I be l'rei- ments (hem.
dency in the field Lamurtine, Thiers, The Mexicans are congratulating therh
Lntiia Napoleon, Marrast, Gen. Canssi- selves upon the recovery of twenty-five
diere, and Curdmiure, ex-Prefect of IV ! pieces of artillery taken from them at
jce. I Contreras and Chapultepec. It had been
The Orleans party will support Thiers, J reported among them that the Americans
especially as Beranger has declined in his had carried them off as trophies,
favur. The Legitimates are divided be- We will recur to our files, though up
twecn Thiers and Lamariine, if the elee- nn a mere glance at them, they do not ap
tion were soun lo come off, but little doubt ' pear to contain any thing of moment.
exists that Louis Napoleon would be the j
successlul candidate. I
The constitution has been amended in
such a manner, that if neither one of the
candidates secure a majority of the public
votes, the five candidates receiving the
largest vote, shall be returned to the Na
tional Assembly, and from one of these
five a President shall be chosen
, . . . .lt 1 II 1 .
Prince Loins Napoleon has hern elect-
ei Colonel of (he 4th legion of the Nation- ' ., .
al Guards Cai.ii-or.ma, .lml All quiet. At
A new "candidate for popular favor is he north, some valuable qnicksilxer rnines
spoken of in the person of a son of Prince aro '': to l.ave been discovered. Thai
Eugene Beauharnais. belonging to Alexander forties, British
iirNfVT A ni', Consul General ol 1 ipee, yields, under
DLNMAKh. imperfect management, upwards oMOO lis
The war in this country continue una- 0e quicksilver daily,
baled. ' (.0, Stevenson arrested thrpe men of
At a conference of the Kings of Swt- ,he Mrmn regiment for counterfeiting
den and Denmark, and of the Grand Duke ymericiin j,,,!,),
Constantine, Russia, in behalf of Denmark, At St Diego, a coal mine, twelve miles
demanded that both Duchies should be giv- , ,lie norlhi ilt(g been found. The coal
cn up, as a preliminary step to negoiiat- mirlg rea(iiyt out Cimj,lg t0 much Kill
ing a peace. Schleswig was given up, pir to work iron. California wbs large
em Russia then claimed Molslein, accord- ; y locked with poods and prices low.
ing lo a pre. h-us treaty will, the Danes, j Lmnf Cll,;fornltliThe aUelnA to j;,.
PRVSSIA. possess the Americans had completely fail-
, A collision had ocenred at I'erh'n, no- til. The leaders of the party had nil been
casiotied by the Burgher Guard attacking captured and sent tn MaSatland. Col. Hay
and attempting lo dispute Ibe w orkmen, wood n( San Jose, had been relieved by
who hud assembled in large crowds, and Capt. Nagle. Col. Burton was in coin
demanded work or money from the minis- mnnd ut La Paz. Much indignation was
try. ; fell anioirg the American officers, at the
Five of the workmen were wounded. I omission of Lower California from the
Barricades were formed in every street. : territory of the United Slates by the lrear
The people finally succeeded in capturing . ly, as the inhabitants had been assured that
Ibe arsenal, from which J0,CC0 stands of; they would bo included in the limits of the
arms w ere procured and distributed. j United Stales, and ii) consequence many
There had also been an outbreak at ' had committed themselves on the side ol
Prague, in consequence of the King reins- j the Americans, in the late conflict w ill)
ing lo confirm the Provisional Government their countrymen.
and erevting batteries around the town. Mazatlan, .,v. Business was brisk
i he students and people renei.eu at tun. j
The Assembly finally dismissed the troops
and put themselves under the protection
of the people. The Government resign
ed. i on s reus tat u I.
Wasiw.ncto.v, July 8.
Since the derangement of the Telegraph
wires nothing bus been done in cither
branch ol Congress, but listen to political
lo-day, in- the senate, alter transacting
some unimportant business,
Mr. Dav is, of Mas., addressed that
body, contending for the right of Congress
to legislate upon the subject ol slavery m
any of the territories.
House On motion of Mr. Vinton, ihe
Indian Appropriation Bill was Iskcn up
and disensfud. An amendment appropri
ating $50,000 for the Cherokee lndiuns
removed from the I arolinas, tailed.
From the A. O. Picoyvne, of the '2'lh ult.
fiwn mini mi?
Bv the steamer James L. Day, Capf.
Wood, we have received our tiles of Mex
ican papers to the 1 7th inst., but as they
only came lo hand late last evening, we
have only given them a cursory examina
Senor Yaneb marched nn (he 1 1th irift'.
at ihe head of 600 men to put down the
aitempted revolution headed by Paredes
and Jarauta at Lagos. MiomU this num
ber be insufficient to quell Ihe revolt, Ihe
Government would despatch 2000 troop
more, with fourteen pieces of artillery.
The Legion of St. Patrick formed a part
of the 600- men. Their withdrawal to
march upon Lbdos had delated the depar
ture of a conduct from Queretaro, w hich
thev were to have escorted.
Ar there are more deserter from the
American army in Mexico than are requi
red for the ranks or the Legion, it is pro.
posed to incorporate a portion of them in
to the police force of the city of Mexico,
These deserter are evidently a main stay
of the reveroment a kind of Swiss
Guard which promise to be very service
able if tHey will but adhere to the admin
An incursion of 1,000 Camsnches from
the direction of Paso del Norte to the in
terior is apprehended in Durango, and
they are raising heaven and earth to meet
them. The clergy is called upon to con
tribute money and the laity to enlist.
When 1'ena y I'ena left vjueretaro un
der an escort for (he capital, scores of peo
ple took advantage of it to make (he jour
ney in safety. The roads to all directions
are beset with robbers and outlaws. The
Mexicans have just begun to speculate
upon (he projected republic of the Sierra
Madre. They put but little faith in the
scheme, not knowing how extensively
"the owla are out."
Gen. Minon had marched (0 attack ifie
revolutionists at Lsgns, but having only
400 men, while Jarauta had collected twice
that number, Minon deemed it prudent to
full back to Leon. This revolt of Jarau
ta is giving the government more trouble,
we imagine, than the papers like to con
fess. We find many allusions, loo, in the
papers (o (he Indian insurrections. Ja
rauta alludes (o the latter in his proclaim!-
as an indication of the weakness ol
the government, w hile he probably fo-
Correspondence of the Boston J! tins.
FROM THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
Politics March, 1st. Everything is
quiet. The King and Government are
now engiigtd in preparing a liberal land
policy, and fettling (heir conflicting claims.
Guatemala and rem have signified their
UIBMCIU III iicniic. HIIII UIU 1 I.I w tiliuil
.l.,: .. r.. .: :.i. ,i, 11
jllr,K the armistice, large umuunls of
goods going into the interior.
Two hundred thousand dollars duties
have been collected ut Mazall.m by Pur
ser Green, Collector, since the culom
house has been in the hands of the Ameri
cans. APPKEHKNSIOX OF IN
The following is taken from
the Prairie du Chien Patriot ;
Large war hands of these Ju
lians are collecting on the St.
Croix, and measures of defence
are being taken. Capt. East
man of the 1st infantry, com
manding Fort Suelling, has
turned over to the use of the
citizens of St. Croix, several
cannons, a quantity of amuni-
tion, and a number of stands of
arms to be used, if necessary a
gainst the Indians.
A requisition has been made
for two hundred regular troops
from1 Jenerson Harracks, to
proceed forthwith to that dis
trict to repel any descent the
Indians may make upon the
whites. A portion of the com
pany of Capt. Eastman are un
der his command at YVabashaw
prairie, assisting in the removal
of the Winnebagoes, the re
mainder, guard Fort Snellrng.
It is feared by many, that war
with this powerful tribe of
Indians will ensue, but we trust
not, though appearances are tru
ly threatening. We state the
above facts, not as an alarmist,
but as facts well authenticated,
by gentlemen who were pres
ent at the time of the execution.
Ja officer of the army informs
us that the requisition for troops
hay been made.-
ment worn next the heart. Too
many people make a cloak of
THE RED MAN OF THE FOREST.
There are many characteristics about
the aborigines of our country that are dif
ferent from any other people of whom we
have any knowledge, and bear strong ev-
idence of a much higher degree of intel
lectual cultivation than they possess at
present. Among these is their superior
knowledge of the healing properties of
plants indigenous to the soil by which
they are enabled to subdue and cure the
diseases peculiar to the country. Dr.
Bragg spent many years on the frontiers,
and made it a study to obtain all the know
ledge they possessed in medicine and to
extract their active properties, and render
them so agreeable to the palate, that the
most sensitive and irritable stomach can
take them Without difficulty. lie has thus
been enabled to present a medicine that is
safe, agreeable and effectual, in removing
all the varieties of bilious fever and oth
er complaints peculiar to the West and
South. There unprecedented sale is a
sufficient evidence of their healing prop
erties. For sale by
flBOII'JVA DUXiX, Warsaw.
Sec Dr. Jiiattg's advertisement in anoth
List vf letters
EMAINING in the Post Office in War.
saw, Mo. on the 1st day of Julv, IMS.
Berry Aug. F.
Breshear Win C 2
Acock Jas D
Brow n June Mrs
B'afctmore L T
C.:rd P. S
Cock Geo C
or Mr Dillculum
Douglass H C
Dane C C
Feasler Le i
Foster Wm P
Gatewnod or Mrs
Harper W A
Johnson W P
Johnson John II
Fallenstine C B
Fisher 11 C
Foster R I)
Gun n ,lel B
1 lase Nathan
I lendersoiv Mary
I I art Ambrose
I.ee Nancy Mrs
Morgan Levi Miller Henry
McBroom Wm Morrow Rnhf'2
McFarland A B May John F
Moon M F. M.inongh M
Ncal Tho ' Osborn Stephen
Parker Ilez Kohevtll A
Smi'.h J E Smith ChrUti.m
Smith Geo It Smith J 15
Stuart P Y Shepherd Joel
Thurman Jas F Yaughan Wm L
Wright Sampson 5 Went Naiah
Webber M A MiH Waddcll W
Watson It J & Co Walla Wm
II. LCONA11D, P. M.
2J"Persons calling for any of the above
Sold by Brown & Dunn, Warsaw,
letters, will please say "advertised.'
We are authorized to announce JAMES
WINSTON, Esq., of Benton county, as a
candidate for Cougreta in this Congres
sional District. mavb'
We are authorized to announce Col.
JOHN MOURE as a candidate for Repre
sentative of Benton county, at the ensu
ing August election. mayl3
We are authorized to announce BURR
II. 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, Exu.. as a candidate for Cir
cuit Attorney for the 7th Judicial district,
composed of the counties of Benton, Hick
ory, Dallas, Polk, Cedar, St. Clair and
tl'Wt are authorized to announce JAS.
M. BLA K EY. Jr., as a candidate for the
office of Sheriff of Benton county, at the
ensuing August election subject to the
decision ot the whole people at the polls.
We are authorized to announce HEN
RY F. BURNS a a candidate for the of-
dice of Sheriff of Benton county, at the
ensuing August election; aplUU-tde
rj"We are authorized td announce A
BRAHAM SALLEY, a a Candidate for
the office of therin of Benton county, at
the ensuing August election apnllS
5fWe ire authorized to announce Col.
JOHN HOLLOWAY ara candidate for
the office of Sheriff of Bentun county, at
tbe ensuing August election. .mar
Religrion should be the
W We are authorised to aaootinee the
name of JAMES W. HAWKINS s
candidate for Sheriff ef Benton county, at
the ensuing August election.
rol C05ITABLB, '
are authorised, to announce Wil
liam H. Ket as a candidate for Constable
of Lindsey Township at the ensuing Au
gust election. tnar26
Dr. Bragg s PilU Triumphant!
Further Evidence Or eat Excitement and
Panic amongst the Calomel Doctors-H.
astrou consequences of the v of Min
eral Medicines Timely intervention of
Indian Queen VegetdfoU Sugar Coated
Pills to save a whole neighborhood from
the awful ravages of that fell destroyer,
Disease, in the form's of Ague, BiHovs,
Congestive and Typhus Fevers Read
and be convinced I
Van Bt-REX, Ark, April 15, 1843.
Dr. Braog Dear Sir: During the past
summer and fall, the various forms of bil
ious Fever were very prevalent and often
fatal In this section of country Our wor
thy none-such physicians, puffed up with'
pride and vain conceit, persisted in their
antiquated practice with that universal
panacea, calomel, with such unbounded
success, that one or two, panic-struck
scampered ofT and left their patients witlt
nature and her ineffectual efTorts to repair
the mischief they had done. In one fam
ily, four cases resulted in death, in the
short space of four days ; in some cases'
three or four days after the exhibition of
calomel, great prostration, tympanitic ton- "
dition of the abdomen, and perforation of
the bowels were the result of this heroic
treatment, and to prove it so to their .weep
ing friends, n post mortem examination
would reveal the fact. After finding their
practice altogether iiir.-floctua'l, they came
to the wise conebisioii to give no1 medicine'
at nil, but continue to visit their patients,
and order f!ax.ced tea as a drink, and a
poultice of the same applied to the bowels ;;
when tin's failed, with sago look, and littln
fahh. & hearts lull of apprehension, they
would confess-to their friends their full con
fidence in the application of blisters from
head to loot you may guess the result.
In thi-i dilemma and universal consterna
tion, one of your travelling agents passed
through our neighborhood, and made lib
eral ucpnsitcg oi your vegetable medicines,
and distributed pamphlets, and the "Sun,"
to shed a genial and beniguart light upon
this benighted, and apparently devo
ted land. The manna sent to the Chil
dren of Israel, in the wilderness, was not
hailed with more hearty thanks than wcr
your health-restoring 'fills in thin awful'
crisis. The people were prepared to re
ceive them, or any thing that promised
them relief from tlieir apparently impend
ing fate. I have watched their progress,'
and the efferts (hoy produced in hundreds
of rases and nm happy to give my feebln
testimony to their entire and triumphant
elhcacy, in restoring health in a few days,'
in every instance, when they have been
taken in time, and iu strict accordance to
directions. Some of our physicians,
whoso love of truth and philanthropy tri
umphed over prejudice and preconceived1
theories, have cheerfully abandoned their
calomel and lancet, and recommended
your pills in all cases of bilious, intermit
tent, remittent, congestive and typhus fe--vers:
and they freely acknowledge that
they are almost a specific in all these dis
eases. Your travelling agent ia anxious-
I ly looked f..r drain, as many of your a-
i-miiiiiniui (ii puis, anu me sickly sea-
j son is approaching.
i With best wishes for your success,
1 I am tru'v vonrs.
! " For sale, wholesale and retail, at the
I MISSOURI COLLEGE OF HEALTH,
No. 5 North street, Louis.
For sale by BHO H VV D tVJVA, Warsaw.
j Also, by G. W Rives and J W Bird,
I flrnton County; A C Moore, J W Filler t
Leacliinan, llolioar; J Price. John
Jones, W Montgomery, William A Peak
and Reed Bennett, Buffalo; S R Roberta,
r.nr; Waldo A Mcculloch, Useota: K Pat
terson, Dallas P-O.f C Humes, Pleasant
Prairie.; Daniel Darby, Pittsburgh.
Fir it and Last Call!
I LL those having notes or acco'iut with
.1 us due prior to the first day ok January
last, are hereby notified that unless imme
diate payment is made, such notes and ac
counts will be placed in the hands of the
proper officer for collection. We mean
just what we say we want money and
must nave tt.
junc24 BROWN & DUNN.
STATE OF MISSOURI, j
Cocsty or Kento.
In the Circuit Court, March term, 1848.
James M. White,
Lambert P. Ay res,
! Assumpsit -writ of
Charles W. White,
William P. Smith. I
NOW at this da y come the said plaintiff
by their attorney, and it appearing
from the Sheriff ' return on the writ issu
ed in this case, that the said defendant
cannot be summoned, and that hi pmper
ty has been attached. Therefor iris or
dered that the said defendant be aAtifled.
that the said plaintiffs have commenced an
action of assumpsit against him for tbe '
sum of Four hundred and fifty -dollar and -twenty-five
cent,(454 25,) that hi pro
perty ha been attached j and that unlet
he be and appear before this court at the
next term, to be begun and held at the
Court house iu the City of Warsaw, in
Benton county, on the second'Momiay In
September next, and plead to the- action
of taid plaintiff within the first three day
of aid next term, a judgment will be ren
dered against him, and hi property ol4
to satisfy the aame.
And it is further ordered, that eopy of
thi order be published in tome newspaper '
printed in thi State, for four weak suc
cessively, the last ' publication thereof to
be at least four week before aid next
term. A true ropy:
THOS. J. BISHOP, Cl'ki
I june24-lt-21 i