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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 17 February 1849
SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. (inTRl'STEE'.SALE. ll,.!i.HEJ-3r Benjamiii Good in and Sa il .rah'hisj-wife, on the 6th day of Novem ber lbiG, conveyed to Theodore Swifzler, a'celan parcel or tract of land lying end being situated In Henry county, State of Missouri; W wit 1 the east half of the S. W.ouarterj and the west half of the S. E. ifuaftifrof section No. 27, in township 43, of range 21, Ceiitainifia ICO acres, as will appear hy refbt'cm-e to book D.pages 415 anS.416, In the Keeurdc rs office of the county aforesaid', in tiust, to venire Rob ert C.TIenry, ororder, fir! note dated No vember 1848, for $2:l(3' i;. ). i.ne day af ter date i and ' wherens, the said note is due and unpaid, ami the mine has been assigned to James M. White. Now, therefore, at the request of said James M. White, the undersigned, Trus tee, will; on the 24th day of February, A. D. 1849, at the Court-hdiise door In the town of Clinton, county arid State afore said, sell the above described real estate to the h...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 17 February 1849
unii.i:r:x:jji SAT U II D A Y MORN I N G V I S I T 0 U f: - THE VALLEY rAIlSIER. With the commencmrnt of the New Year, the undersigned will issued month ly publication' with the above title, to be devoted to the interests of that portion of the cmimitnit engaged in AnicrLTPMe: embracing in IN scope all Hint pertain to the Plantation, the Farm and the Gar den. The importance of St. Louis, in a com mercial view is admitted by every one. Here the farmer and the merchant look for the market for the produce of the country, as well as for merchandise. Hence, this City il the centre whence emanates intelli gence to the surrounding country. This, then, is the appropriate place for the pub lication of a journal devoted to the inter ests of those engaged in that noblest of all pursuit the cultivation1 of the soil; for at no oiher point can the editor so effectu ally hold intercourse withtlu; farmers, and learn their wants, wishes, and opinions, or to readily distribute his publication thro' t...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 24 February 1849
0 ujuariDA ml , ' ' i t ' , ( !.ti eT .Jr.,-.- -.Ste'v-r f l vr t. i sds fXsJfiRON'k L'l J. RITCHEY,3; Here shall the Press the People's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbribed by gi (EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. it i I ii T. Ii. J , A WARSAW, MISSOURI, SATUKDAV MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1819. o: 4: In ,i i h 1 Offiie over the Drug Store, (Ektbacb from Main Sintti.y TERMS: , ,.' ' ' , ..The Saturday Mornlntc Visitor is pub Ushed once a week at $2 00 per annum, payable In advance. . Advrti$enintt will be inserted at $1 per fcquare of 4ft Hxtmn lines or less) for the rat Insertion, and fifty cent Tor each t-oii-twttiance. For one stiuare 3 months $5 j r . A3 i r , r, . u- no lor ij?nyf)ntu, 93 ug nor v diuiilu, S12 00. An additional number of squares la th same proportion. l3Advertisemenls not marked with the ivimber pf. insertions required, will be con tinued until ordered out, and charged ac cordingly. ' Kb deviation from this rule? 'A liberal deduction will be made to those Wjiq adv...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 24 February 1849
f !KL-LJ.-Ajn,JiLAiJi ' "' 'iiii ild nil'jjf in SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. MORNING VISITOR, jyTtKi $2 ran ihhvm, Casii.J cirr of tivfvv.inv SATURDAY 1VORN1NG, FEB. 24. . QUARTERLY MEETING.1 Tho second Quarterly Meeting for the Warsaw Circuit will le held in thii place en Saturday and Sunday, the 3d and 4h dyi of March nexir k ' "'' . 1 1 Jhtatwtj of a Country Editor's Life. W-ippoe that a country editor' tome tftnes realises certain pleasures peculiar to hit calling, similar to those attendant up on ' (Tie various avocutiuns of life.' We will Rarely hint at one of the especial and at the same time, no very uncommon plea aure. that has falleff to our lot on several occasions during the winter. It is now afternoon on Friday, with a space of a co lumn and a half to be filled with reading nattf of some tort. We have wailed for Hue mail due this morning at 9 o'clock at bout (ne o'clock, the ttagt made its ap pearance, but brought no mail. Under tne'se1 circumstances, what are we to do? Wh...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 24 February 1849
SAT URD AY MORNING VISITOR. "fcf ISS fc.'E. BUSH begs leave to Inform I JLyheeltiiens 6f Warsaw and vicinity, that ih. will. resohie her School on MON DAY,' the 6th day -of March ne t, and re . epeetfullv xoic'ta a share of their patron age. The school w ill be held in the room forvierJy ceouppled Col. Ballou's corner n Main street.- Termi aa heretofore. STTE D.F.MfsOURI, . vCacnTr ot Ilistr. In th Henry Circuit Court, Ocioltr fcrm,' '1848, . Jomt"W. Fisld, ) )..... vt , . t Attachment. WlLLAftD W. NoVIt.) , NOW at thin day came the plaintiff k ..foresaid, by hi Attorney, and proof being made td the satisfaction of the court, that the said defendant is a non-resident of thii State, it iithcreroie ordered by the Court dint publication be made in some newspaper printed itl thii State, as the law f direct, remiiring life said defendant to ap- pear here at the next term of this- court ; notifying said defendant that suit has been Commenced against him for the miin of One Hundred Dollars...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 24 February 1849
ir km m.i ' TAX.I.X3Y rAXlZftEIt. IfjTH the comrtiencmenl of the New Year, the undersigned will issue a month ly publication with the above title, to bo devoted to the interests of that portion of the community engaged in Aoiccltvbc: embracing in it scope alt. that pertains to the Plantation, the Farm and the Gar den. The Importance of St. Louis, in a com "mercial view if admitted by every one. Here the farmer and the merchant look for the market for the produce of the country, a we", as tor merchandise. Hence, this city is the centre whence emanates intelli gence to the surrounding country. This, then, is the appropriate place for the pub lication of a journal devoted to the inter ests of those engaged in that noblest of all pursuits the cultivation of the soil ; for at no other point can the editor so effectu ally hold intercourse with the farmers, and Jearn their wants, wishes, and opinions, or so readily distribute bis publication thro' ' the length and breadth i f our great fer...