STATE or ILLIITOIS, (,. f Madiion Circuit Court: Maditon county, 4 ( August form, 1849. IN CtlAKCERV. Lllburn P. Perry and Mary A. Perry his wife, Antolno II. MoNalr and Cornelia hit wife] Vf. Julia Jarrot, Executrix of the last will and testament of Nicholas Jnrrot, dec'd., Clayton Tilfln, (he unknown unknown heirs and devliees of Michael Chapie, dec'd., John Chapie, Administrator with Ihe will annexed, of Michael chajile, dec'd., Francis Locroix, — Shaffer am) Leah ShalTer his wife, Nathaniel Buck- maiter, William Montgomery, George Job, Moses Job, Thomas Elliot, Permella Emert, Mahala Ernort, Margaret Kmert, LuclnJa Emert, John Emert, Geo. Sewelland Margaret Sewell his wife, Snyder Wad. dell, Mary Ann Waddell, KHcn Waddell, William Waddell, Charles Waddell, Heniy Stalllngs, admin, lit inter of Iho estate of Andrew Emert, deceased, and Green W* Bruce. BtlltottlattdcConVMancttandfafntitrf. .-•;.-i"T a|ipC2»!ns by afltdavit on filo in Ihe Clerk's oftlce I 1 of Iho Circuit Court of Madison county, aforesaid, in (he above entitled, cauie, that Clayton Titlln, Ihe un> known heirs and tlovlsees of Michael Chapie, dec'd., John Chapie, administrator, with Iho will annexed, of Michael Chapie, doc'd., Francis Lacrolx, — ShalTer and Leah Shatter his wife, George Job, Moies Job, Snyder Waddell, and Green W. Bruce, part of Ihe defendants defendants abovo named, aro non-residents of tho Stale of Illinois, so that the ordinary piocess of said conrt connot be personally served upon them; and the said complainant! having filed (heir bill of complaint here* In, lo set aside conveyances and for relief therein described* described* and a subixcna In chancery having been Issued Issued herein according to law. Now you, the said defendants, whose non-residence appears as above, are hcicby notified, that unless you shall be and appear before Iho Circuit Court, aforesaid, on or before the first day ofthe next term thereof, to be lioldcn at the court-house In tho lown of Edwerdivillc, on Ihe third Monday In the month of August, 1840, and. plead, demur, except to,or answer tho complainants' complainants' bill of complulnt, according to the rules anil practice practice of sold court, the sanio will be taken as confessed, confessed, and a decreo will bo made according to the prayer thereof. . , Dated at Edwardsvllle, June 13,1849.