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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR.
rale plume himself appeared (lie moment
after. In this way he raised the old sen
eschal who had been only stunned, and
was now coming to himself.
Maud, as well as Grace, was not with
out resolution; and instead of swooning,
t many a modern damsel would have
done, collected her spirits and turned (o
thank her deliverers. The young forester
had now removed his cap, and as she gaz
ed on his features, Maud exclaimed, .
.'What! Harry Neville hereP.'Qr am
'Not dreaming, lady fair,' he exclaimed
on tended knee. 'It is, indeed, your un
fortunate lover, liBppy for once, however,
since he lifts rendered you some slight er
vice.' , ..
, 'And tlik,' she said, turning to the cap
tain of the foresters 'thi is'
, 'Robin Iloodl' exclaimed that renown
ed champion, lifting his cap. 'The friend
ef all honest nobles- like the pood Lord
Spencer, and especially of beauty in did
This happy denotement was rendered
even more felicitoirs by the information
now imparled to Maud that lier faithful
band had suffered comparatively little,
though several were bruised and wound
ed, tli o sl'.ort period during which the eon
flict lasted having prevented more serious
hurls, J he principal execution had been
done on the enemy, and by llobin Hood's
aroliers. In a lew minutes the villagers
returned 10 me green.
But how came the lover of Maud in the
disguise of a forester, we hear the reader
ask. Young Neville had been a page for
inerly in Lord Spencer's household, and
while there had imbibed a secret afieetion
'or Maud, lint as he was only of a sim
ple knight's' degree, he dared not aspire
toher band. He had not left the castle in
despair (wo summers since, resolute to
make his fortune by his sword before he
openly solicited Maud's love. But though
a brave and gallant knight, he had been
unfortunate, fur adhering to the cause of
rne absent monarch, he hail been stripped
of his little estate by the minions or'JPrince
John, and flually forced by an unjust out
hiw ry to take to the greenwood, like ma
ny other loyal gentlemen. His old love
lor Maud led linn to linger in the vicinity
ol her father's castle, and .'iirtune had
chanced to bring thither with him, on this
occasion, bis leader and friend, the ban
ished Earl of Huntington, or as he called
himself in the forest, Robin Hood. Most
el his fellow archers had mingled in the
sport unarmed, but their weauons were
only a short distance off, so llwl our hero,
on seeing the intentions of ihd robber no
ble, had sent his companions to procure
their arms ami summon their leader, who,
with a small band,yremaiiied in the wood
to guard (hem Neville reserving his ow n
interference, in the meantime, for a critic
al moment, if such should happen before
Robin Hood arrived. We have seen how
boldly and how effectually he interposed
at the right instant.
Great was the rejojuing at Spencer cas
tle, (wo days afterwards, when its lord
arrived bringing the intelligence that King
Richard was free and in England; but e
ven more boisterous was the mirth and
festivity when, a few months later, Maud
and Neville were united, the monarch him
self giving away the bride.
Robin Hood was at the wedding, hav
ing in (he meantime been restored to his
earldom. Grace not long after married a
Mfiight in King Richard's train.
A Discovert. A IIoosie,-on a rii.it to
Cincinnati, last Thursday, called on busi
ness at a planing machine establishment in
the Third Ward. ' The planing depart
ment had not yet been started, but a small
circular saw, which was set nearly at the
edge of a bench, and projected a scant inch
above ita surface, was in full blast. Mr.
Green, as the Hoosier may be called, look
ed round, but finding nobody1 visible, con
cluded to seat himself on the- bench while
waiting somebody's appearance. Neither
noticing nor mistrusting any thing, he
squatted plump upon the saw one spring
nearly to the ceiling, and a pitch, forward
to (he floor, indicated his astonishment at
finding an incision of sis inches in (he
length of his seat.
His cries brought assistance. Dr. Ea
ton closed (he flesh wound, and some one
of our skillful (ailors, (hat in (he pants
loons. Green wiH take a sharper look
on what he teats himself next time.
Si.igui.ar. Mr. Jones, living about
two miles from (his place, has an apple
tree in full bloom, at the present lime.
Deductions. 90,000 warrants
for 160 acres each, are 14400,
000 acres. - ..
90,000 warrants at $200 each,
aTe $18,000,000. '
i These warrants are received
as $200 for any U. S. lands.
The receipts for land for the
last year were three-and-a-half
millions. At this rate it will
take five years to absorb these
The market is well supplied
with warrants at Irom SHO to
$ 1 12 each ; hence, we find that
without any direct law, the price
of public (and is reduced to 70
cents per acre-Presbury's De-teclor.
23" Tram $2 rm annum, Cash.E
SAT URDAY MORNING, OCT. 28.
CEA. LEWIS CASS.
Electors for President and Vice President.
1st Disl. J. C. WELBORN of Tike
2nd A. McKIX.NEY, of Randolph.
3d E.B. EVVING, of Ray.
4th -. G. D. HALL, of Lafayette.
5th B.F.MASSEY, of Lawrence.
6th " J. II. RELFE, or Washington.
7ik " TRUSTEN TOLK, St. Louis.
TOR VICE PRESIDENT,
Electors for President and Vice President.
I si Diet. T. L. ANDERSON.of Marion
A. LEONARD, of Howard.
A. W. DONIPHAN, or Clay.
J. C. RIClIARDSON.of Cooper
CIIAS. N. HANDY, of Benton.
ALYIN COOK, of C. Girardeau.
URIEL WRIGHT, of St. Louis.
Stetir in tTJ7f,
That (he Presidential Election is held
on the FIRST TUESDAY. THE 7th
DAY OF NOVEMBER NEXT, and
that it lasts bulTor 'ONE DAY ONLY 1'
The Rev. Andrew Brown will preach
in this place on Thursday evening, Nov.
2J, at early candle-light. oct21.
2Elder Joel II. Had ex will preach
in (his place on Saturday and Sundry, the
4th and 5th days of Nov. next, at (he usu
al hours for divine service.
(jtjf Elders GroncE and Caldwell
will hohla protracted meeting in this place,
commencing on Sunday evening the 5th of
Nov. next, a( early candle-light.
T?We have been authorized to an
nounce Col. MENTO 11 THOMPSON, or
Pelt it? esmil", as the Whig candidate for
Slate Senator 1'or this Senatorial district,
to serve out the unexpired term of Gen.
Win. Shields resigned.
The JNVrf Speaker. A writer in the
last No. of the Review, published at Jack
son, speaks in exalted terms of Col. Bal
lon, as the most suitable person for Speak
er of the next House of Representatives.
After assigning a variety of strong rea
sons why he should be elected to that
post, he says that it is due to the South
western porlion of the State, that he should
be honored with that office. We are of
the opinion ourselves (hat it is beginning
to be time that the' South-west should be
privileged to furnish a Speaker, as we be
lieve (hat honor has heretofore been con
fined, for a , number of sessions at least,
exclusively to the counties of Chariton
and Ho".rrdi' We are very certain (ha( a
member, better qualified for the station,
will be hard to find among; those returned
to the next Legislature.
Ta Volunteers! V learn tlwt II. G.
Fant,"pf Jefferson City, will be in this
city on Wednesday next, prepared with
all the necessary forms and instructions
from the War Department, for making out
claims against the Government for horses
and other property lost, captured or de
stroyed in the military service of (he U.
Stales. Those volunteers in Benton coun
ty, who have not made arrangements for
making out tlieir claims, would do well to
give Mr. Fant a call. We understand
that Lieut. Robt. D. Foster will - be con
nected with Mr. F. in making out claims
for the Volunteers - of Benton county.
Remember, Wednesday next is the day.
,' 23We have received the first and se
cond numbers of (he Glasgow- Weekly
Timea and the Howard County Banner,
each being much improved both in size
and appearance. The first it Whig and
the- latter Democratic. We hope they
may bolh do "a smashing business" in the
way of making (he dimes and each do
all ir-can-fairly, and decently for it parly.
White Sulphur Springs in Benton Coun
ty. in another column our readers will
find an article copied from the Glasgow
Weekly Times, giving an analysis of the
water at these Springs. They are situa
(ed about 8 miles west of (his place, & are
destined, we think, at no very distant day.
to become a watering place of considera
ble resort. We learn that inch improve
ments will be made (hiring (he winter and
spring, as will enable (he enterprising
proprietors to entertain, in a pleasant and
agreeable manner, any number of visitors
during the next season.
1 1 z rrr:r
ffjThere ha been a great fire at IYn-
sacola, destroying the principal portion of
JMaj. Gen. Gaines has removed his
head quarters from New York to Balti
more, by order of (he President.
By Telegraph for tir. SI. Imiis Vnkn.
ARRIVAL OF THE
New YonK, Oil. 17.
The steamer Britannia arrived to-day,
having lift Liverpool on the SOlll ultimo,
and bringing seven days' later u vices from
The Republicans at Baden, under St.
Reeve, have made a successful attempt at
an outbreak, mid proohiimcd a German Re
public. Spain. There has been an engagement
between a numerous band of insurgents
and the Queen' troops, near La Pajus, in
Catalonia. The insurgents were routed,
and Cabrera fled into the adjoining French
Provinces.- Real and Toledo were de
clared to be in a slate of t-irge.
France. Louis Napoleon has taken
his seat ns a member of the. National As
sembly, and made a speech giving in his
adli3iiiti to the Republic. Raspail has r.l
so been admitted its a member of dial bo-
Eight Socialist have been arrested in
Paris, charged with conspiring against the
life of Cavaignne.
The excitement subsided after the elec
tions in Paris were over, but great pre
cautions were still taken (o preserve the
public peace. The sentinels at the posts
were doubled, and the garrison tlwavs
ready for duty. The state of tranquility
will probably continue until the great
question of the election of two Presidents
f the Rehublic is settled. Then the cri
sis w ill take place. It is said that the gov
ernment will propose the election of the
first President by the National Assembly.
Prussia. Berlin has been greatly ex
cited by the appointment of a new minis
try, supposed to be reactionary or con
servative. Gen. Wrangel, alarmed at the Apparent
determination of the ultra democrats, has
issued a proclamation designed to check
them. A serious conflict between the
troops and populace w as feared, (hough
still every thing wti tranquil.
An insurrection has taken place at Co
logne, in consequence of the arrest n
persons charged with revolutionary move
ments. The troops took possession of the
main square; carried nbout thirty barri
cades, and occupied the city gales. The
city was also declared in n slate of siege,
upon refusing to re-establish the "Burgh
er Guard ;"' the barricades were removed
without any engagement, and order was
Ireland. There have been no fur
ther Irish disturbances.
An arrival from Pernambuco bring ac
counts to the 10th ult. The province was
in an unsettled slate. The Portuguese
were in rear or assassination, and there
was a cry throtipHou'. the city of "death
to the foreigners."
ARRIVAL OF THE
New Yeait, Oct. 1910 r. sr.
The steamer Niagara arrived at Boston
this evening,' bringing seven 'days later
advices from Europe.
Southern Italian allairs are rtot pacific.
The King of Naples refuses to acknowl
edge (he French and English mediation'
and threatens the immediate resumption of
In Germany, Ihe southern provinces a-
gain revolted, but were suppressed.
Prussia escaped revolution by a sub
mission of the King to the wUlies of the
IN ulional Assembly.
In" Austria, anarchy reigns complete.
In Vienna ia exhibited the spectacle of a
reactionary eourl, waiting concentration.
A military farce arrived at the capital to
carry out the retrograde policy and views
of a triumphant .National Assembly. Ihe
Cabinet Vias sent a commissioner to stop
the further progress of the ban of Crotia,
who seems unwilling lo act as the tool of
Government, and' threatens to set up on
his own' account.' '
FaAtiOE. un Saturday there wat a
scene of unparalleled confusion in' the
Chamber of Deputies. A member hav
ing commented severely on (he Renubli
can braggarts and Government appathy
members, so exasperated the members of
tine Republican party, that they timulta
neously rushed towards the tribune and
attempted to scale it, but were prevented
by the officers, until (he President sus
pended Ihe session. All moderate papers,
the nex( day, contained bursts of indigna
tion against tli Red Republicans. Report
says (hat in consequence of (he opposition
to the election of President by the As
sembly, the Government will propose u
niversal suffrage, but will probobly defer
the election until the people vote on (he
organized law. Executive Government
to act in the mean time. This is only ru
mor. In the Cabinet Council it was pro
posed by Flocon, (hat (he National As
sembly delegate executive power to (he
citizen receiving the style of President.
Thus the Govcrnmenl takes a position a
gainst the moderate party and known ma
jority of lha natron. Socialist banquets
are lield all over Ihe country, and too fre
quent for quietness, as incendiary and
treasonable speeches are made.
1 lie report of the execution ol M.
Reeve is confirmed. lie was taken wilh
several hundred prisoners, and did not sur
render until altera desperate light.
Ihe Prussian Minister ol I- oreign Af
fairs has reported lo the Assembly that he
expected lo conclilda a necgociation w ith
Denmark, which would lead to a pacific
arrangement f difficulties. .
The trial of Smith O'Brien i not yel
concluded. The defence opened on Wed
nesday. The crown witnesses gave strong
evidence against O'Brien.
The trial of the Chartists in London
has ben cnnchided. They were all con
victed and sentenced In transportation.
The loss prominent, who .jlead guilty.
were sentenced t'o iinrri-oitincnt. These
trials exposed a disgraceful spy system.
The Queen has returned from Scot
The continent is generally discompos
ed. In Northern Iialy r.ffairs are uncertain,
but from remarks of f'nvaignac, in the
Assembly, (here is hope for a pacific so
lution of the question on hand.
ADDITIONAL NEWS BY THE
New Yobk. Oct. 20.
France. In the French assembly, af
ter an excited and able discussion, in which
Lumurtine took a prominent part, it was
decideded by a large majority that' there
be but one branch ol the Legislative As
sembly. It was reporled at Paris that Austria
rejected the mediation ol Fi ance and Eng
land, and proposed (o refer (he question
of difficulty to ihe Congress of Europe
an Powers at Inspruck, for settlement.
The Crotiuns have been defeated by the
Sw itzer'and 1 1 virtually at war with
Austria. Gen. Rudelski continues ihe
blockade of Messina, and has infringed
the treaty of '45. by cutting off portal
communication. Hostilities v ill probably
In Liverpool, provisions are unchanged.
American stocks utichaiicred.
Thr 'lewple.W'c learn that
a companj have purchased all
ihe Mormon Property, in t he
hands of A. W. Iktbbit, the
Mormon- agent at Nauvoo, in
cl tiding the walls of the Tem
ple; and that 'arrangments have
been' made to rebuild if as soon
as possible The price paid
We also learn that the citi
zens of Nauvoo are about to, or
have done so already, arrest a
person living in Nauvoo, who
is supposed to be the identical
individual who fired the Tem
ple. Ioica Statesman.
"- T 4
Late from JIexico. It was
reported at Tabasco, on the 20th
ult., that Gen Partdes was
marching on that place at the
head of six hundred men. He
was supposed to be within six
leagues of the city. Gen. Bru
no was making preparations to
give him a warm reception.
Elections in Paris. The fol
lowing "are the names of .the
successful candidates : t
Louis Napoleon 110,752
Fould (moderate) 98,891
Rasgail, (red rep-) G0,9G3
Since the first appearance, of
the cholera in kgypt, twenty
thousand people had died of it.
At Smyrna, at the latest dafes,
(Aug 29th, )the death were one
hundred per day.
Jl Revival in College -the
rtoutnern rresoyterian says
there is a state of deep religious
feeling at this time' among the
students- of Oglethtope' Uni
Interesting Facts. A bell
rung under the water, returns a
tone as distinct as il rung in the
Stop one ear with the finger,
and press the other to the end
of a long stick or piece of deal
wood, and if a watch be held at
the other end of the wood, tick
ing will be heard, he the wood
or stick ever so long.
7'ie a poker on the middle of
a strip of flannel two or three
feet long, and press your thumbs
or fingers into your ears, while
you swing the poker against an
iron lender, and yott will hear
a sound like that of a heavy
These experiments prove that
water, wood and flannel are good
conductors of sound, for the
sound of the bell, the watc h and
the fender, passj through the
water, and along' the deal and
flannel to the car.
It must be observed that a bo
dy in the net of sounding, is in
a sta.e 'of vibration, which it
communicates to the surround
ing air the wnilulations ; of the
sound affect the ear, and excite
in usthesen.se of sound. Sound
of all kinds, it is ascertained,
travels at the rate of 1" miles
a minute; the soil est whisper
travels as fast as the most tre
mendous thunder. The know
ledge of this fact has been ap
plied to the measurement of dis
tances. Suppose a ship in distress fire
a gun, the light of which is seen
on shore, or by another vessel,
20 seconds before a report is
heard, it is known to be at a dis
tar.ee of twenty times 1 142 feet,
or little more than four and a
Again, if I see a vivid flash
of lightniug,and in two seconds
hear a tremendous clap of thun
der, I know that the thunder
cloud is not more than 700 yards
from the place where I i.m, and
I should instantly retire from an
Prom the Glasgow Weekly Times.
TABLE OF PROPERTIES
Eelonging to the wafer? of the While Sul-
jJiur Springs in Beaton county, .lo.,
wilh a few remarks to the afjUited.
In the month of Sentcniber. 1S4S. I vis.
lied these springs; my only inducement
for doing so, was for the purpose of grat
ifying a curiosity (o know their medicinal
properties. Therefore, I w ent prepared
to make some chemical tests. I remained
ut (he Springs abou( I wo weeks, and du
ring that time, spent several days experi
menting upon the laws of chemical affini
ty, the production of which I give in the
(able below :
PUOr-ERTIES 111 7305 TAHTS Of WATER.
.Icids Muria ic, 0.4 1, Carbonic, 0.72 ;
Basis Lime, 0.84, Soda, 0.1 1, Mag
nesia, 7.4-1, Sulphur, 5.81, Ox. of Iron.
5.53 Remarks: Iodine, 0.5. " '"
The result of mv experiment shows
that ihe water of the Springs is composed
of the lour classes, viz: (liazeons. VA-..
Ijbeate, Saline and Sulphurous, wilh a
temperature if (iO , F. T. The entire
properties haying run into ech other, pro
duce a crealer temperature than i I'.Hmrl
inordinary saline springs j as the waler
pours irom me earui, mere is a Jar.e
quantity of Carboniu Acid d'aa iLmu r. ir.
together with Sulphurated Hydrogen, and
u is irom me ouipnurateit Hydrogen, con
nected w ith Ihe small quantity of Soda,
that the water becomes a valuable apenl
in Dyspepsia and Hypochondreasis. The
tjiaiyueaie, in connection wilh Ihe Sul
phurated Hvdrocen. and tli smrll n,iu.
lily of Iodine, which is Sorbefarieni and
i onic, is evident (o me, (hat the water
would be admissible in Scroiula. There
fore, I would say by the authority of my
profession, to all persons laboring under
chronic disease of Ibis characier, and
those debilitated from (ha miasimiii I...
eases of (hit country, by a proper use of
ioi. wuier, greai advantage might be de
rived and permanent cur iipri;,r,.,t
The waler being (iazeous, makes it pala-
iaoio ia unnK, aim me patient will be de
lighted to sit by the pure and chrystal
fountain, beholding the operations of na
lure as the ( 'asses escape, keeping the
walet in continual motion, and the more
they use it the greater the denire they
have for il. But how different it (he case
w hen (he same remedies that enter inlo
the component parts of the water", are ad
vised by the practitioner in the form of a
drug? Although he may' bd a mart of sci
ence, in whom every confidence is placed,
yet they will sicken at (he yery thought
of a drug, become weary in taking it so
long, abandon it entirely, and the valuable
remedy finally becomes inert and useless;
I use these lew rcmarka for the purpose'
of benefitting Ihe siek and the afflioled,'
and direct them to that class, but ahould
the scientific skrptio receive them, I in
vite them to go and test with their science
Ihe properties of these springs, and lher
become satisfied of their value.
J AS. L. DUNN.
n j I it - ttri r4 m m .
j-aremai siavice.- nen uor. f remoni
was in California, he had some trouble
with Col. Mason, and a challenge- wat the'
result, but the duel wat prevented. Col.
Fremont is going out again on hit own
hook, and his father-in-law, Col. Benton,
publicly advises him to insist on a fight
wilh Col. Mason, upon hit arrival in that -,
country. Columbia Statesman.
TUp f nnrtl nf rtnmaali. fmn. T1...I
during September, 1848, niched 1,213"
1 . . ...I I . s.f?n rnr- m
paLKnifcs, YHiueu hi ipo.ijwa. l lie a-v
mount for ninp mnnlli (a Hi 1R1 .nl.r
ge, valued at $1,590,270, against 28,
016 packages same lime last year. The'
export of ice for the last nine month!
. 1. . "7 1 O . .
reaeu 11,10 ions, againsi 11,113 loni.
The Debats sfntrs nnsit!v!tr
that the Duke of fJpnna h nil rr. .
fused the crown of Sicily.
A GOOD MEDICINE.
Pr. Brace's Susnr Conteil Villa ho vi"
been thoroughly tiled, and lonireToeii..nrn
has fully established (heir superior cllica-'
cy over every other medicine evcrolrered
to the pulilic for the radical cure of almost
every form or flisense, H,nil particularly of
those bilious ad'eetions so prevalent thro'
out our southern and western Slates. The'
proof ,of this is found in the fact Ihnt those'
who have once used these l'ills have after'
preferred them and continue to ue them in'
preference to any other kind of medicine
rotnrninsr remilni-lv nt ilip mi. minnow, i.
I r- j - ' 0
men! of earn sickly neaxon for their supply v
oi tins vaiuaolo medicine and ureintr
their ft-ii-tiit In ill, f1, enmo f.... .........
.... -..... . iMiidiintt-
blc eases of chills and fever, obstinate nnd'
loiie standing! have been so suddenly nir-
red by J?i aeg's Pills that their effects have'
almost rppen red miraculous. I.ct the pa
tient wlio doubts this try them, and he will'
fiinc himself cxunlly delighted and astnu-'
For sole by PiiVvVft &, Dunn, Warsaw.
See Dr. Aracg's advertisement in anoth-"
raiuli5.ut' tHifflrf iiiciit.
STATE SF.X ATOrT
We arc authorized In iintiinin Sfll
OMON J. LOWE, Esq.. of Pettis coun
ty, us a candidate for Stale Senator forth
counties of Saline. Peltis and Benton. In'
till the vacancy occasioned In lli
lion of Gen. Win. Shields.
r w C fire niltlinrizt'il to nnnnnn
J. MAYO, Ksn.. nsn rnnriiilat far
Attorney for the 7th Judicial District, emu-'
Hosed of the rouotins of Rni..u lll.l- .
Dallas, Polk, Cedar, St. Clairancl Henry.
v e are authorized to announce MA KR
T.. MPAK'k! LV.. i: I...-
iriij.. n vnilillllillc IOT Vir-
cuit Attorney for the 7th Judicial district.
ihiijiiisiimu on- r Mimic oi Benton, Uiek
cry, Dallas, Folk. Cedar, St. Clair aftrf
Of 1gricullure, Mimifactures, Mechanic
.Irfs, Internal Improvement, Commerce,
and General Literature.
M.TAttVEH &T. F. RIK,
h. Editors and Proprietors.
St. Louis-Published Monthly, at 3
per annum in advance. oct28.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
County op Benton. i
In Vacation, JI. D, 1848.
Petition for Di
vorce. Adelaide P. Dillon.
L V )KI .!., ,.f 11 mi nm
I" the said cninnlainant filo.l in il,- r'l.
office of the Benton Circuit Court, a Peti
tion lor a Divorce, aJledgmg that his wife,
the said Adelaide P. Dillon, about the' 12th
day or August, 1S40, wilfully left his bed,
board and house, and abandoned and wil-
niiiy ueseneii ami aosented lierselr ironr
tho said Pptitinnpr ulllmrri .......U.
cause, for two years and more, which fact
su tuieoi;eo. nave ueen uuiy sworn to ac
cording to law, and also that the said Pe-
titinnev has RlnA at. adliloirj, . k A .1 m
said Adelaide P. Ddlon is not a resident of7
Therefore it is ordered that the said Ad-'
elairip P. llillmi hm nnlilL.il iK.t nnlA. -V. -
. ...... ...... " i - alio
be and appear before the Honorable Judge'
of ' fill Vlfntin Piffii Pntvr. at UA f . '
House in the city of Warsaw, irr Benton
-- - .. v. ....... - . . ut vuuri
eoQAtv. on the first day of the rfs-t t-m r
our said Court, which will be begun artd'
held on the second Monday in 'March nexfy
unit within tha first niv Hnva nf).:. .
if the term so Jong continue, nd if-nb'
I,.- i,.r.. ,v. - ..i r .i . ' . . ' )'
w-iw. v . vnu ui ins icnn, pieaodev
miir. or answer to said nitiiiri. u. i-
will be taken as confessed, and"a decree
.. ...... ..B ,c pi-rcrortaid'i'e-
Aud it is further ordered that a tony of
this order be published in some news na:
r "'' lurcigni weeks
successively, the last publication thereor
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