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FM thc St. Lotia Union.
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ARWTAl, OP THE 4
: euro pa.
? ' Net York, Sept. 14
steamer Buropa arrived to-day from
fajrnrpoot, bringing seven days later ..aavi-
m fWim Enmna.
The favourable representation of 'the
drops in this country, carried out "by the
United State induced American descrip-
. m . . . tm 0 1 1
ionsoi oreeastuix 10 oe oacrcu iixeij,
ajbrding large' choice,
. Provisions moved -slowly, with a disposi
lion on the part of holders to take lower!
prices. . .
-' Liverpool Corn Exchange, Sept. 1.
' The duty has declined tliis week one ahil
ling per quarter on wheat and sixpehse an
1h4. ttmt. knani. neaa and rice.
Wht hat declined 3da4d per bushel
fret and bonded.. . '
Sack flour are two shillings and barrel
flour one shilling lower than laat report
There has been no change in oats or baT-
lay.' . ::
Oatmeal Las declined 1 shillirg per quar
ter.' "' '
There is a better demand for Indiana
corn for shipment than there was oo JhurS
Tbe demand for Cotton is steady the
trade not holding large suplies sates for
tht.wtek 40,000 bales. Fair upland and
Mobile are the same as last week. Orleans
prime was reduced one-eighth but ad
vanced an eight on lower and : middle
- Ireland is quiet' Lord John Russet msde
a tour of personal inspection through" the
numerous arrests have been made in
Manchester and the adjoining towhs,of
leading chartists five have been sentenced
to fifteen months hard labor. ,
At Kirkdale, there has been a serious ri
ot, in which the police officers were
pn McDowell, a chartist leader, haa
bean convicted of using treasonable Jan
gnage, and sentenced to two years impris
onavnt. O'Oormanhas positively escaped .and is
now in Paris. McGee, tin sub-editor of
the "JVation" has also escsped and gone to
America.' The special commission to try
O'Brien is not expected to meet toon, on
account of the great mass of documentary
evidence to be taken. .
The French Assembly art debating
inert tot Xtlegrapbic wires broke.J
7l fVha't Number of vebes. The ve
to ptwer haa been exercised twenty-five
times tinet the formation or the Govern
' By George Washington - 2
James Madison 6
' James Monroe )
,: ''. Andrew Jaksoa 9
" John Tyler ' 4
James K. Polk 3
Total number of vetoes 25
The whole number of arts passed and ap
proved since the origin of the government
m aooni J,ww, wnicn will make two bun
dred and eighty acta to one veto.
Our whic frienda would have na beBev
that this power has been arbitrarily used
and has greatly thwarted the will of the
people Where is the proof of it? Has
wt voice of the people as expressed at the
ballot box ever condemned its use ? On
the contrary has it not always sustained it
Tht following art among the distinguish
gradual" wbo support tlnise tiiund
tmoeratt Vast Bpatu and Adam ; Joshua
X. Giddings, S. P. Chaae, E. R. Root, Chas.
surnner, Stephen C. Phillips, John. G. Pal
frey, John P. Hale. Amos T lie It. Rr. S I.
May, Rev. Mr. Ltvejoy and those re now
gemmen oo cob U.mga$ and Bibbr
Whattver may be the Tariff notions of this
parry, the price or wool is expected to rise
SL Louis Union; vy r' ;
.9T i"';-Tht steamer Af ,rihd tif&
ta iron was on last night. Ws learn from
her efieers that Gov. Lane left Tort Leav
nworth with an escort .of 25 raen.under the
eommand of Lieut; Hawkins, on Sunday,
the 10th fnsU via Santa Ft and California.
na pacers -also reported that Gen, Price
was expected to arrive in Santa Ft" on the
Ml of last mooih. Evening Uio
fflibal is eonnected jbj Telegraph witb
a ?,ir rle,ul Wtdaetds j tveaingd
ftg.iMt,ofitUow fever, IfiX-
ritnur, aged years, fern-
U .& lletWtft TChareh.'
rtbt ink p-t, Vy tht Etv Gorgt
g?4 a jwuh hSt. Csx,., .a of tiki
Statement of the Receipts and Expendi
tures of. tt town of Louisiana, for the six
IUUUMI9 1-WIUIUrilClllg lUarCII l'l, OSO, IIU
I 1.. lOlO I
endmg Sept.30Hs 1848-aa "ei.own by tl.
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repmoi mt trtasurer anquoiiecior..
RECEIPT'S. . . - . -
Mar.l, To balance in the Treasury 244 91
Received en dramshop li
eenaea . 50 00
Finea & penalties collect-
edby G. W.Conder,
Constable,' 81 00
Circus exhibitions 1 1600
Collected on tax list for
Salt of lots for taxes for -
Septl. To balance In tht Treasury- $159 56
March 20, Amt paid warrant to
A. S. Jackson 175
AmH. paid warrant to
A.iJ.Buckner 15 CO
Ain't, paid warrant to
H. E.Boek.cl'ka.T.27 00
Amt. paid warrant to
i S.W.Finly - 33 05
Am!U refunded for lota .
improperly sold for
' taxes ; .
May 13, Ain't. Mrs. C Kurd for
.. street work
June 14, Ain't Jacob Block for
July 21, Amt-S. F, Murray ad-
veruing & job work 49 OU
24 Ami W. C:.. Hardin
work on street 18 00
26 Ami Ueo.W.Conder
ConaUble feea 2 00
do. Ain't. E. Draper & broth
era doc. - 8 62
27, AmL James H. Johnson
work on street 10 62
Aug. 10, . P. Draper, copying tax
' Utt 5 00
12, Geo. W. Conder consta-
, ble'sfeea 7 60
80, Orson Reed, on street - - ; "
contraa 105 0029242
lectors fees en 228
; 26cU.at6per cent' 1369
do. do. d.. on
wkarfatock 7 50--21 19
Sept. 1st, fialance in the Treasury,
EDWIN DRAPER, Chairman B. T.
' There will be nfiVred to the high,
est bidder on the SMh'of October.
1848, at the residence oPHeuben McDn
noldecd., two miles west of Paynesville,
fike county. Mo., by tnt ondersiened, ex
ecu tors of aaid dc'd., the following prop
erty, to-wit: Horses, Cattle, Hoes and
"3S!ieep Corn (in the field,) Wheal,
waaarrlay and Tobacco; Farmine uten
sils, some slave, if not otherwise disposed
of. The terms of salt will bt made known
on tht day of salt. ? J , i
. KEWTON McDONNALD, -ALX.
Sept 18th, '48. Executors.
On Friday, the 6th day
of October next, I will
sell to tht highest bid
der, at my former resi
dence, four miles northwest of Bowling
breen,my horses, cattle, hogs, and sheep;
also my farming utensils, and perhaps some
hay, oats 'and corn, nn a credit of nine
months, on all sums over five doll
ars and upwards, tht purchaser
giving bond witb approved security., On
all sums of 46 and under, cash will be re
quired. DAVID McALISTER.
8ept. I8th, 1848.
. . . Notice v.--: ;
ff3 The Me Ado Synod of the Cumber-
and Presbyterian Church, will hold its next
session in tht: town of Bowlihtz Green, in
Pike county Mo , on Friday before the first
jnooiuuD ucwwr next, .at i o'clock, A
Bnrling Green. Sent. 8. 1848.? :t'?i:JT
Basii Omci, Sept. 1 1th 1848.
' -60 to 65c per busbd.
. lotouftaper , "
' . . I a 4o per ewt
. '.1 '-!'.
-8 a 8 1-2
15 eta per .- do.
S) 3,00 perewt
4 per 'pound.
60c per buahel, r-
20 to 2,75 perewt
Seper doxon. .
6 14-to 7c per lb.
Cofiee, - .
,85 a BOc per gal.
MMu&CAtlM ps knsbtL..,
;C?"-3-uAh7 ftl Wets, per buneb,
Salt,vr,Ktnaav-.f i . 45 to 50 par bushel
( H. ! - 200 sack.
BtBi,.,7ti . -2a Bpr fb'.S
state of mssounui. : '
County or Pike. J
Pike CjU'ity Court, Augurt Term. 1848,
4. MONG the records, .and proceedings ha J
" nei' "y aaiJtermoi wecuurt.
the lolljwinir. vixt
,lJt ,..,-', hl. . , -Art that thttrm .
Ifevicd f r tfid i:niir we nent of rols, dur-
pt-r centum on the State tax ; and 'hat eve
ry person ag tiust whom a p ill tax is assess
ed may be discharged of the same, by the
payment of ntty cents per any in money :
mat every overseer ni roads be allowed out-
dollar per day fir his attention while in ac
tual service as such oiersper j that it be
the duty of every overseer to. buy a plough
and one or more scrapers, ta be paid for
out of any money belonging to his road dis
trict, if in his judgment they be' necessary
to notify each -hand of the implement to
be used by lutn at the time he gives such
hand notice to work any road ; and to work
all the roads in his district at least twice a1
year, viz : once in the spring and once in
the fall. That every overseer may pay for
service on roads in his district a sum nott
exceed seventy-five . cents -per day for a
good hand, seventy-five ceotS for ' yoke
of .cattle, one , dollar, for a pair of -horses,
two dollars for a team of four horses, three
dollars for a team of six horses or mules,
and fifty cents for a'cait or wagon. That
all persons will be liable' for the payment of
uieir roaa tax in money on a failure to work
. t a. . .
the roads, when once notified to do so, by
the proper overseer ; and that no hand be
allowed pay for a full day's work unless he
meet as early as 8 o'clock in the morning
and work Until discharged by the:overseer'and if not presented within
in the evening; and ordered that a-opy!be forever barred. ' ''
of this order be published tn the Banner
and the Seventy-Six for four weks.
I, Samuel F. Murray, clerk of the coun
ty court for said county, certify that the
foregoing order is correctly copied from the
record of said court now in my o flier.
rc.:i1 "unrss my aiKoaiure ou otariai
r . , . hereto affixed, at office this 6th
day of September, 1 848. .
a. c . muniwis, viera.
' Sept. 1 1th, 1848 -4 w. ' " "
1 ; ' L'jzl '
.WM. II. UUISISUiV S
J- Mm f ClttilllMaT SMSJlSal K staalola
nouneetohia Irienda and tht public gen-
erally. that he haa now on hand, and will con-!
Un!! ir ? w:,M.?d.,u,ckofi
embracimr every article worn bv men or bora,
They eonUt,in part, of - -
MMta, rants, Vesta. Drawers, Shirts, !us
' penders,Hstt&Caps, Boots It Shoes;
- bocks, Coves, Pocket tt Neck ;
HJkrsn &o., &c. , I
Also, a vrietv of Pocket Knives. Racars and
Strops, Riding and Wagon Whips, Saddle Bags, ly authenticated, within one year from the date
cloth and hair Brushes, Trunks, Carpet 'Bags, of said letters, or they may be precluded from
Umbrellas, and many other articles too tedious having any benefit of aaid Mtate, and if not pre
to mention, which waa bought for Cash and will sented wi bin three years they will be forever
be aold for the same as low if not lower . than barred. FRANCES H APPLEBERRY.
they can be had above St Louis. '
I Having the experience of 10 or 12 years in
tht etoUung business, he flatters himself that aa
rcMTda atvle. ouaUtw oe m.lcintf. hi. .incV Mn.
not be surpassed: and as for nrices thev .hall
net prevent a man from dresainv himaelf. for I
am determined not to be undersold bv anv one
Persons viiting this place, wishing .My article
in my line, will not lose anythi- g by calling in
one door wet of E. G. McQnle's, fteorgia 8t.
Louisiana, Mo. WH. H. ROBINSON.
Sept. 11th 1848- 8m.
We wish to purchase 6,000 bushels good ."TT v V,-. V
clean Cot, for which wo will , a, mn.":?"1
tra price in ctsh n'r mnrehandixe, deKvera
ble on or before: tht 30th inst. Sacks furn
ished on aoniinatioo at our store nn Water
Street ORR. DUKE 4 CAMPBELL.
Louisiana, Sept 11,' 1848.
A Valuable Farm fpr
iah to sell at private sale, mt' Tar
.:,.,j :t 1. e j
BllliaiOfl II fnilAfl W.t nl I jilliii.n.r mA ah
tht road leading thence to Paris, contain
.. .. . ' " -"--I w,,.lftHTt
ing 1x0 acres, of which about 60 are under
good, fencing and cultivation. There is a
good dwelling bouse on the place, a kitchen
and smoke-house, a well with good and nev
er failing water in which is a good pumj
looaccooarn ana stables. 1
Apply soon, f ir I am determined to fell a
bargain. H. MALLINCKRODT
Pikt Co., Mo, Sept. 11th 1848.
: Final SeUlcmentv
Notice is hereby given, to all creditors
and others interested in the estate of Mar
tha Trower, deceased, that the undersigned
will apply at the next November. term of the
county ourt of Pike County, to make
final ssttlement of said estate. ''
Adm'r with tht will annexed
nonet is hereby given to ail perrdns
eoneerhed or interetted In the estate of
Wm Brown; deceased,- that , the under!
singbtd wrll apply; it the 'next November
term or the county court of Pike Coorty,
m cdbbv mrai oniurnirni oi saia esiaie.
t " MARCUS DRAFTS, 7
apt llthlMiiwi !; ' : '
VI R. Wavtib tVfMBa & Ja.ia Waxxaa,
y JL his Wife You will please takt notice.
that at the next November terra of tht county
court for Pike county,' .vlissobri. we will apply
for an orier Ihr the sale of the slaves belongine;
lo the estate of John .Mackey, deceased, that a
distribution may be made according to the rurbti
of those entitled thereto, as said slaves cannot
be divided in kind. . . ,
Signed this 28th Auguot, 1843,
SUSAN MACKEY, -"
JAMES A. MACKEY, in his
own right, and also aa uuardian tor Su
aan Mackeyi a minor.
J A3. M. WATSON, Guar-5
dtan for William Mackey.
in right of hia wire Rebeoca Thurmon.
ANLIKbW J. THIMBLE,
in right of his wife Nrnicv Trimble.
in right of his wife Mary Teropleton.
SAMUEL D. G1VENS,
in right of his wife & as Guardian for John
and Joseph Mackey, minors.
his wife EUiabeth TilUtt.
September 4th 1848.
VJOTICE is hereby given, that. the under.
aigned waa, on the 1st day or. August,
1848 appointed bV the county court of Pike
county ruardiau of the etta'e of Chrittnea Good
man, a person of unsound mind.
AU persons having claims against said es
tate are hereby notified to present the same.
properly authenticated,' within ohe year' from
the date of said appointment, or they may be pre
cluded from having any benefit of said estate,
itnra three years they will
Guardian of estate of Christena Gtodmaa.
Sept. 4th 1848. Sw.v
J OTICE is hereby given to all creditors
and others Interested In the estate of Ab
UmA ,1,.. ,1. u..
0btain.rf rrom ih. ..nt r p:vS nnt.
elterg 0f ..iminUtratiou on aaid estate, bearing
- uate ihe 10th day or August, 1848.- . . .
All persons havinr claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the same, proper-
ly authenticated, within one year fromthe date of
a ioucit VI usvj tuow IS CVI UUCU IfUtu iimv
assar lotlM a than mm.J A-. rmm
sented'wtthin three years they will be forever
oarred. J. u A1XISUH, Adm'r.
August 2Sth, 1848. '
None. U hereby given, f all crednoraand
othera interested in the estate of William S.
lAppleberry.dec'd. that the underaigned haa ob
tamed irom ue county court ol rika county,
letters of administration on aaid estate,beariag
daU the 21st day of August, 1848. -.
All persons having claims against aaid estate
are herebv notified to creient the same, nrnner.
I : Administratrix. -
Sept 4th 1848. - ' '
. T a tniTni
STATE OF MISSOURI.
Coobtt or Pisa.
Pike Count? Court June Term. 1848.
I Amons- the raoorda and nroeaadinM K.it n
the eighi day of said teiin of the court, tt wit
on the 18th day or July, )S43. ia the following,
1 OHN F. HEDGES, administrator of the es
tJ tate of James H. Hawkins, deoeased, comes
- I . . m .s m .m .
ana mea a peuuon lor me aaie ol the real es
tate of add deotaaedf which is accompanied by
all persons be notified hereof, and that un
less the contrary be shown on or before tht
fit st day of the Novtmber term of this court.
an order will bt made tor tht salt or tht
realtstatt of said deceased, or so much
thereof as will be sufficient to pay the debts
against aaid estate t andotdered that a copy
of this order be published in soma newspa
per published in this State, for six weeks,
FV"" " """w" ?
the last Insertion to bt at least twenty days
loeiort wit next uovemoer term oi mis
: I. Samuel F. Murray clerk of tht coun
ty court for said county,' certify that tht
foregoing order is correctly copied from the
record of ssid court now in my office.
j in testimony whereof I hereuh-
Seal to set my hand and affix this seal
rie S of said court, at office in Bowling
reen, this zilb July, 1848.
S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
August 7th 1843-6wl8. ..
Tax undersigned having had their Card
ing .viachint put in complete order, art
now ready to receive Wool, and will cabp
at tht following prices t
White wool, at 4 cents, per pound, ' '
Mixed, at 1 cts. per ? .,.-,-
Lf AW wool left whins' will be earned
immediately. GEO. Wi JENKS & CO.
lAUUiano, Mo, May Zom 1848. .
, PATENT AfEDICLYBS.
f AYNE'S EXPECTORANT: JSTeav
I io Vermifute. Javne s Canauutivt Bilsaaaw'nesral1 4aa:oU atajwt. mp .r r2.i .
Jayne's Sanative Pills, Jaynt't, AherativtWasvSttaJlsiana, r ! - ?: ''i
Javne'a Hair Tonie. Jat ttaa Amerlean tt aist Bt'bat aawwa liaiid RrW. eTi t1
uytt Jsyae's Ague nils.
'AH tht abdvt medieln
only by ur. UAvta jsynt
far saiar br if t. -EHiick'
Wt are reaueiteJ -t tt .4hat':
LAaia's94 owoMMtst Cireoit -litft8
will be 'av etddidarj to-refir that oJeat
tht ensuiag tltctha r If oveskflTbs)
C9UAUes, eompostiHr this, the third Jadioiil
circuit, iMisibOTallsi Pikt, Mtstgoa
ery Was'rsii nUftcjJn and St. CLarlt. '
..- -lift'1 " if-xh', '.f:,t vii-iii
!.We are authorised to aaatanet CoraJaV
bus F. Kirtley, Esq., as tm.eaadidata) for
tlieOmt of:Jireuit Attorney, in tht itbird
J udiojal district at the ensuing eletioti in
i ..s)v-s:s :sv
A DMIMSTRATORS SALE. ;
ItHE aradetiignedi administrator of ther' es
tate of William McPike, deceased; wCl
sell tht petsoftal property "of said tetaitVto
the highest bidder) at public Suction, at tat lata)
residence of tat oacaaatd,- near Atsalty, ilev
OO tht .; ...-; ".f-iilH-. .t: :.'!?..
7th day tf Qctobv uttL a
Salt to continae frow day to day until all tSsV
propany m aoio.-;. 1 na propeny j oo who essa
prises some of the finest stock n Miasquri; at-.'
well aa a general supply af laniin vtfaarflst&Y '
the best man' . It consists, In parU. aa follota,
" 85 head of muhis. .'
I Jack colts oTtht MaaunbtY
The celebrated Jack, Motrstad
- 8 bead of Jinneya and cobs 1
- saotnstoev "
! 80 head of catUe, '. f
-ir!50 head tf ahtept . :
: 100 bead of boea.
The jgrowing crop of 275
sivousneis or clean 1
800 bushels of '
f ? aorted stock of OooL biu
season, consisting of v V
Dry Goods, Grdcertt
Queensware, &c, &cV,
which wa will sell at very low nrices
Cash or Produce. Persons wishing to por
chut Goods will please give us a call be
. .,. U. JACKSON & BBO.
Executor's Notice. ;
t)TICE is hereby given, to all credHort ,
and othirs interested in the estate of Reu -,
ben 'lcOanoold, deceased, that the Undersigned;
have obtained from tht county court of Pikt "
county, letters testamentary on aaid estate, bear'
ingdatafltt I8UI day af August, 1848. : 'l
AU personsr having claims against aaid tatatt '
art hereby notified to present the same, proper, v
ly authenticated, within one year from tht datsK t
of said letters, or they may be precluded Crou
having any benefit of said estate, and if not prev
sented Within (hrse ysara they will bt . forever n
barred. .. v .
. NEWTON MoDANNOLD,
.. : .:f.:-.;-J
Sept 4tk 1848. 8w.'
SPRING AND SUMMER CAMPAIGN .
- i -. t. I. :ic An n-aron "v;1 .'X1? ?
FfESft SUPPLIES TO SUIT
V V. ' .. . .. - '
T IHE subscriber bis just replenished Ms si ,--
vtady large Supply of KEJDY MAttX -CLQTBJJfQi
eonsistlmrlnpart of dres,froelr .
and business dotb coats i black and figurad1.
cashnete pants; superior' black satin vesta; eill, .
beararand neutria hata shoes and betta Ht -haa
also a Una variety at linaesi, tni tweed V
sack, frock and hniitutss1 noatsi lmatn and- .
tweed pants j summer vests,' shirti and drawers, ,
together with a good supply of DRY GQQM
JJfD GROCERIES, to suit the season. AH' i;
of which he will sell aa low u tht times wfil. v
possibly admit,' for Cash, country . prodsee, or ' '
te punctual Customers on time. '' ' - '
Tt dress yourself from top to tot
- Right down Jo my boust yoq should gtj
- For, to you bargains shaft be sold ' '
Ftf ooaatry produee tr for gold. : ; '
- . -T- JOSEPH WCHAWXSON .
Lssjaiana, : April 28tb, 1848. ' ' ' ' "-
Groceries, Liqaora, tzzT
TUB unterskmed ttndera his !tbsakii-tii,'fi!: '
puMitfor' tht patrooagt So fibsrstly txtondsdt'
.-t.t, tuwuuT ruUHiacsa
' v "r .' tat tpsawi, asmtlaa at wletlaaalt and rstwU rssai. .
ittUdslpWKS.""Yworioww i prom ma. t.
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