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MOJfDAY .VOiUVjVG, JULY 30, 1849.
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JOB WORK of all kinds, done with neatness
and despatch, cheap for cash.
O&iisstoN. In the communication signed
J.,' as published in the last Banner, there
was an omission after the fourth line in the
second column, of a whole page of manu
script, which broke the force of the article
by jumping from one point to another with
out any sort of connection. We make this
correction in justice to J.,' and hope he will
accept it as an apology for a blunder that is
quite as annoying to us as it can possibly be
Jf We stated last week, that the propo
sition to abolish slavery in the District of
Columbia, by a vote of the whites and ne
groes, introduced in Congress last winter,
passed the lower House. In this, be it said
to the credit of the last Congress, we find
by turning to the records, that we were mis
taken; it was defeated by a small 'majority.
One Hundred Guns each for Clay and
8t. Charles Counties ! !
We have just received the glorious pro
ceedings of enthusiastic mass meetings held
respectively in the above counties, which
sustain the Resolutions of the Legislature,
the constitutional rights of the South, the
right of instruction, and condemn the re
bellious and treacherous course of CoL Ben
ton. The former assembly was addressed
by Col. Benton and voted that be ought to
obey or resign. The latter voted his ap
peal to be not an insult to the Legislature,
but to the "whole people " We will have
more to say of these meetings.
' 23" Bay county has passed resolutions
sustaining Col. Benton and condemning his.
In Clarksville, Md., on Thursday, the 26th
inst, by Elder A. D. Landram, Mr. Ruben
M. Ford to Miss Mary Frances Williams,
all of this county.
23" Cake received.
On the 26th inst., by Justice Tate,
James B. B. H'adrick to Miss Melvina
Martin, all of this county.
23 Cake received.
BY virtue of an order of the Pike Circuit
Court, in a certain matter of petition for
partition, by A. Judson McCune, and others, I
shall offer for sale to the highest bidder, on a cred
it of twelve months, on the 5th day of Septem
ber next, before the Court House door in Bow
ling Green, and between the hours of 9 and 5
o'clock of said day and during the term of the
Pike circuit court, the following real estate, lying
in said county of Fike, to-wit: Beginning at a
post in the most northern line of David Dela
ney's survey, on Ramsey's Creek, in Pike coun
ty, Mo., from which post a pin oak four incites
in diameter bears N.24 E. distant 28 links,
and a burr oak four inches in diameter bears N.
9 E. distant 31 links, the same being John
Miles' N. E. corner; running thence N.53 c E.
27 chains to a post from which a pin oak 12 inch
es diameter hears S. 80 W. distant 7 links, the
same being Mattew Givens' N. W. corner on
said league line; thence with said Givens' line S.
37 E. 58 chains and 25 links to his S. W. cor
ner, a post from which a hickory 12 inches di
ameter bears N 6 E. distant 40 links; thence
S. 53 W. 27 chains to a post from which an
ash 15 inches diameter N. 8 E. distant 42 links,
and an ash 12 inches diameter bears N. 72 W.
distant 29 links, the same being John Miles' cor
ner; thence with said Miles' line N. 37 W. 58
chains and 22 links to the place of beginning,
containing by calculation 157 & twenty-seven
one hundredths acres, and being part of survey
1 402; also 40 acres, being the JN. W. or. ol h.
W. 1-4 sec. 16, T. 52, N. R. 1 W. The pur
chaser to give bond with approved security.
M. UIV1JN5, Mieriii.
July 30th 1849.
State of Missouri, ) In Pike County Cotirt,
County of Pike, J June Term, 1849.
A ONG the records and proctediigs lad on
X. the seventh day of said term of the court,
to wit on the 5th day of July, 1849, is the fol
Ordered that all persons indebted to the Roud
and Canal Fund for said county, the interest on
whose bonds is in arrears and unpaid for a lon
ger term than one year, be notified that unless
said interest be paid on or before the first Mon
day in November next, their bonds will be placed
in the hands of the County Attorney for immedi
ate collection ; and that a copy of this order be
published in the Democratic Banner and Louis
iana Record for three weks."
A true copy of the record.
Attest S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
July 16th 1849 3w.
State of Missouri, ) In the Pike Circuit Court,
County of Pike, April Term, A. D. 1849.
To WILLIAM JONES:
WHEREAS, during said term of said court,
V f John E. Inlow and Partheha, his wife,
nrexented their Detition. verified bv affidavit, al
leging that said Parthena is the same person who
is niuned and styled '-Parthena Jones" in the
original petition for partition bv the heirs of
George Zum wait, deceased, that since the former
order of said court said Parthena obtained a de
cree of said court divorcing her from you, said
Jones, her former husband, and that she there
fore lawfully intermarried with said Inlow, and
praying that Mathew Givens, Sheriff, and S. W.j
Finley, late Sheriff, be ordered to pay to petition
ers the same amount of money arising from the
sale of the real estate of George Zumwalt, dee'd.,
that they were heretofore ordered to pay to you,
said Jones and said Parthena, then your wife ;
and it appearing that said Jones is not a ren
dent of this State, it is ordered that he be noti
fied of the filing of said petition, and that unless
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND SHIP
PERS OF PRODUCE:
The undersigned beg leave
to announce to the public
that they have established
themselves permanently in
Louisiana, as DEALERS
IN COUNTRY PRODUCE of every discrip-
tion, and receivers and shippers of Product and
uoous jor country ivercnanis. ineir locauou
at the wharf affords them' every facility for at
tending to the interests of their customers; and iff
a clear saving to shippers of the expense of dray-
age to and irom uie warenouses oi me ciiy.
They will at all times give the most liberal mark
et prices Tor Produce, and store freight at rea
sonable charges. They will give the strictest
personal attention to the snipping of produce for
warded to them, and to receiving and forwarding
of freight for country merchants.
Having invested near their whole capital in
their present business, they fcxpect to invite cus
tom by accommodation and advantage to their cus
tomers. . S,.
fff They will also keen on hind n all tunes
a general assortment of GROCERIES at whole
sale and rdaail.
THOMAS CASH, Jiu, & CO.
July 23d 1849. ' ,"f lj.
IN and by virtue of an order of the Pike Cir
cuit Court, made at the April Term, 1849, in
a certain matter of petition for partition by
Nancy Ellen Long, Sarah Ann Long, Eliza
beth Lone and others, against Rhoda Crow
and Martin Crow, I shall offer for sa'e to he be and appear at the next term of said court,
the highest bidder, on a credit of twelve. to be begun and held in the Uurt House in the
months, on the 4th day of September next, town of Bowling-Green in said county of Pike,
before the Court House door in Bowling on the first Monday in September next, and show
Green, and between the hours of 9 and 5 CBU,e. ? -
o'clock of said day, and during the 1 erm of, ., 0a..u io ,o
April 26th, 1849.
Attest, J. M. MARTIN, Clerk.
S. S. Allen, for pet'rs.
July 9th 1849. 4w.
Pike Circuit Court, the following real es
tate, lying in said county of Pike, o-wit:
S. E. qr. of section 10, T. 52, R. 3 w. To
be 3oia subject to the dower of the said, -j L jCinuU Court, Missouri, April
miDUS iiuwi iui puicuascr win ue in
quired to give bond with good security.
M. GIVENS, Sheriff.
July 30th, 18491.
Joseph Wjugiit, )
vs. In chancery,
Sammcel Cawsok, admin-
istrator of Robert Stuart, deceased, Ruth Stuart,
the widow, and Charles A. Skinner and Lycena
his wife, John L. James, Gravener, Robert and
THE subscribers to the Noix Creek
Bridge, are informed that the subscrip
tion list has been placed in my hands by the
County Cottrt for collection, and that the
funds will be thankfully received.
For the information of all concerned, I
state that the work is progressing as rap
idly as toe state of the water in the river
will permit EDWIN DRAPER,
July 28th 1849. 3w. Contractor
BY virtue of an order of the Pike Circuit
Court, in a certain matter of petition for
fartition by John L. Netnerland, and others,
shall offer for sale to the highest bidder,
on a credit of 12 monts, on the 4th day of
September next, before the court house door
io Bowling Green and between the hours
of 9 and 5 o'clock of said day. and during
the term of the Pike circuit court, the fol
lowing real estate, lying in said county of
ATiketowit: Eleven fill acres in T. 63,
a. 1 t,.t adjoining the lands of Henry Por
tar on the north: 176 acres, T. 63, N. R. 1
.; S. W. frT. 1-4 of sec. 24, T. 53, R. 1 E.,
containing 13 & 66 one hundredths acres; a
lot of ground known as Island No. 3, T. 63,
R. 1 E., containing 10 acres S. E. fr'L 1-4
ec. 23, T. 53, R. 1 E , containing 12 & 66
one Hundredths acres: and also a lot of land
containing 443 Arpents of Lot No. 6, T. 63,
adjoining the lands of George
Well on the south all to be sold subject
to the dower of the widow. The purchas
er will bo required to give bond with good
cumy. M, til VINES, Sheriff.
July 30th, 1849.
: Negroes for Sale.
Hpunuance of an order of the Pike County!
JL Court, made on the 6th day of July 1849,1
. kail sail to the highest bidder, before the Court
House deor in the town of Bowling Green, on
invoiWAi ue iota aay oz August next,
belonging to the estate of Frances H. Applebcr
.ry, deceased, consisting of one young man, two
women and three children. ' :,
." A eredlt of twelve months will Be given fey
purchaser's giving bond with two good seen
fcv sale to commence at two o'clock m tae
,Wnoon. , H. G. EDWARDS,
Tab. Adm'r. of Pike county and exekfio adm'r.
f estate of F. H. Appleberry, o'ee'd. Hpnce
f j f-t- m ai....j.. Tr
John McCormack's living JW""' " c, , I rwi . A Villi
in Ashlev Pike county Mo "nda&. Temperance Stuart, by Charles A. fckin-
on the 28th or June a dark ?er'J '"ir "dim ai lUtm' bei" f Rbert
bay horse, With heavy main;! dece?!ed:. .L. r ... rv....
and tail, black legs, blind of the right eye;' I -PP? " T Zl a "T.m
there is a small scar between the heel and m of Cour, 8gain George Stuert) one f
puiew joim ui iwu 10 iuui, utwiuucujj Defendants, has not been published : it is
by a cut. Said horse it about fourteen hands therefore ordered that, said defendant. George
three inches high, about nine years old j Stuart, be notified, by a publication of this order,
rides tolerably well. Anv person taking to be made m some newspaper primed in this
un said horse and piviner information where. State, for eieht weeks successively, the last in
hr ran he found, or deliverinir him to Mr. sertion to be at least four weeks belore the next
McCurmack.will be liberally rewarded for ei of this Court, that said complainant has filed
their trouble. All expenses paid.
JOHN N. O'CONNER.
July 16th, 1849. tt.
$100 Reward !
RANAWAY from the stibscri
ber, in Pike Co., Mo., about the
first of April last, a negro boy
named "TOM," about 16 years
old, of a very dark color, low
and chunky made; was dressed
in brown janes, wore a seal skin
cap and stitched shoes when he left. I will
give $50 to any one for his arrest and deliv
ery to me at my residence near Ashley in
said county, if taken in said county, and
$100 if taken out of the county and deliv
ered to me as above.
JOHN. J. LEWIS.
July 16th, 1849. tf.
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
the public that ROOT'S PATENT
PnriltLP L-T(1T l L. r...l KT
bUlilxOi ill u I i Liiu Mwajf. tic juuuu a. i,u
19 Main Street, St. Louis.
This Stove has become the most popular stove
in use, from the perfect simplicity of its con
struction, and the certainty with which it per
forms all its cookinr operations consuming, as
it does, less than half a cord of wood per month,
and baking with as mui h certainty and uniiormi-
ty as a Bator Oven. This, together with the
fact that there is no ('lViionof the flues, thereby
securing a strong draught, makes it the most eco
nomical and convenient Cooking Move now in
Also on hand ROOT'S CELEBRATED PRE
MIUM COOKING STOVES, together with
every variety of Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
Tin-ware. Kitchen. Hardware, &c.&c, all oil
which will be sold at very low prices, either at
wnoiesaie or reiau.
Country Merchants would do well to call
and examine our stock, as we are satisfied with
small profits. A. & L. NEWBERRY.
St. Louis, Mo.,May7th,'49.-8m.
his bill against him and other defendants, praying
the court lor a conveyance io mm, saia complain
ant, of the following tract of land, to-wit: the
E. 1-2 of the S. E. quarter of section No. 1, in
T. No. 49, R. 2 east of the 5th principal Merid
ian. Therefore the said Ucorge Muart is requir
ed to be and appear in this Court, on the first
day of the nxt term thereof, to begun and held
at the Court house, in the town of Troy, in and
for said county ol Lincoln, in the Mate or Mi
souri. on the first Monday after the fourth Mon
day in September next, and answer said bill of!
complaint, or the same will be taken lorconiess
ed against him.
I, Thomas G.Hutt, clerk of the Circuit Court
for said county of Lincoln, certify, that, the a
( . bove is a true copy from the record of I
I seal. S said Court, of an order made at the
' kv J April term therof. Given under my
hand and seal of office, at office, in Troy, this
4th day of June, 1849.
THOMAS G. HUTT, Clerk.
June 18th, 1849.(9-8v.)
Sale of School Lands.
XI Y order of the Pike County Court, I will
Tj offer for sale, to the highest bidder, on the
ethday of September next, before the.. Court
House door in Bowling Green, on a credit of 12
months, the follow ichool lands, viz : the w. 1-2
of the s. w. 1-4 of section 28, T. 54, n. r. 1 w.
This land will be told in 40 acre, lots,- and the
purchaser will be required to give bond with good
security, bearing interest af 10 per cent, from
1XTANTED At the store house of Lewis
T r Robertson. Water st. Lounisiana, any
quantity of Ginseng, in exchange for goods at
May 19th, 1849.
HvTOTICEis hereby given to all persons inte
I X rested, that at the next November term of
the county court of Pike county, Mo., I will ap
ply for a final settlement or the estate ol ueorge
W. Dunham, deceased.
JOSEPH C. ALLISON, Adm'r.
July 9th 1849. 4w.
NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors and
others interested In the estate of Horatio T. Kent,
deceased, that the undersigned has obtained from
the Clerk of the County Court of Fike Co. mo,
letters of administration on said estate, bearing
date the 12th July 1849.
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment ; those having
claims against said estate are notified to present
the same, properly authenticated, within one year
from the date of said letters, Or they may be pre-
eluded from having any benefit or said estate ;
and if not presented within three years, they
will be forever barred.
T. J. C. FAGG, Adm'r.
July 16th 1849 3w.
Wheat; i -
Hams . -Shoulders
Sides, - - -Hemp,
on foot -
E?n? - -
Bar Iron -
NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersign
ed has taken in charge the estate of John Hub-1
bard, deceased. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate payment,
and all persons having claims against said estate
are notified to present them properly authentica
ted for allowance Within one year from this date;
and if said claims be hot presented within three
years from this date, they will be forever barred,
ir t'Vj tj rtc H..Y. A j - -
of Pike Co. and ex-officio adm'r. of J. Hubbard,
Pike Co. mo., 12 July 1849. 8w.
L 0 UISIAXA MARKS T. , . ,
Baihh Omci, July 80, 184f .
65 io 70o per busheL
- - .-iSfeUper . do
- -. 23 cts per do.
, 4 to 5 pert wt.
i 2 a 2 1-2
i 5 a 5,25 per cwt,
- 2 a 4 do do
4 1-2 a 5c per lb;
. 6 to 8c . do
v 65c per. bushel..
2 to 2 l-2per cwt
i 80 to 85c per bushel.
5c per dozen. -
6 1-4 to 7c per lb,
7 a 9c p lb.
35 a 50c pergtl.
. 90cts, per bunco.
- 42c perbusheL
1 65al75 per sack.
4 1-2 a 5 per lb.
. -.5 per lb
ST. LOUIS MARKET. .
Satdbpav, July 23, 184?..
.Flour; $4 to 425 per b.hH
" Wheats - 50 to 85 perbusell
OatS, -S.- - 32 . . CO Afitf
r - t a 9K Ai.' Am
Mess Pork, - -Hams,
Apples', - -Hemp,
80o $f 00 per cwfo
$8,50 per bbl.
4 a 6 cts per lb.
$1 per bbl.
$120 per ton.
2 to 4,50.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF VALUA
BLE REAL SESTATE.
OTICE is hereby given, that, on the second
Monday in August next, before the Court
House door in the town of Bowling Green, in the
county of Pike in the State of Missouri, and dur
ing the session of the bounty court oi said
county, I will sell to the highest bidder, on a
credit of 12 months, the purchaser giving bond
with approved security, the following described
real estate belonging to the estate of Isaac Lard,
deceased, or so much thereof as will be sum
cient to pay the debts of said deceased, to-wit
a part of the e. 1-2 of the s. w. 1-4 of sec. 28,
T. 52, r 3 w., containing 30 acres; and also the
w. 1-2 of the . e. 1-2 of sec. Z?, f . 52 r. 3 w.,
containing 80 acres, in the county of Pike in the
State of Missouri.
By order of the Pike county court.
JAS. C. ELMORE. Adm'r.
of the estate of Isaac Lard, deceased.
July 5th, 1849. 4w.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING in the Post Office at Louis
iana, mo., July 1st, 1849, which if not call
ed tor within three months, will be sent to the'
Post Office Department as dead letters. -
Rebecca McConnel 2
John S. McConnel
James m. Parks
Miss Martha J. Penix.
Mrs. Mary Shannon
Geo. H, Stewart
Mrs Maria P.T. Sweet
Thos.fc J. R. Tucker
Francis m. Cooper
D. L. Chambers
Wm. D. Grant
John R. Hawkihrf
Pike Circuit Court, Missouri-". In vacation, June
Abner L. McFJwee, James D. Mc
El wee, Dan McElwee, Ross McEI
wee, John Givens, and Rhoda Giv
ens, bis wile, Alary Alcciwee, je
mima E. McElwee, and Mary M.
McElwee. bv James Mills, her guar-
rf 0 B.--
dian. I Petition
vs. V for
Josiah Henry, and Ann Henry, his I Partition.
wife, Josephus r. JJ. lhornton, and
Elizabeth Jane Thornton, bis wife.
and Michael J. Noyes, guardian of
John N. Massey,and James D. Mas-
sey, minor heirs ol ftalhan and Ma
I rD now at this day, the said petitioners hie
their petition, verified by nfhdavit there
with filed, for partition of certain real estate of
James McUwee, deceased, lying in the county
of Pike in the State of Missouri, to-wit : the
w. 1-2 of the s. e. or. of sec 8, T. 53, n. r. 2 w..
containing 80 acres, and also the w. 1-2 oi the n.
e. qr. of sec. 8, T. 53, n. r. 2 w., containing 80
acres making together one hundred and sixty
The object of said petition is to obtain par
tition of said real estate, among said petitioners
and said defendants, heirs of said deceased, or a
sale thereof, if it should appear in the manner
provided by law, that partition of said land can
not be made without great prejudice to the own
ers thereof; and it appearing from the affidavit
the said Josiah Henry and Ann, his wife, Jose
phus F. D. Thornton, and Elizabeth, his wile,
and.Micbael J. INnyes, guardian i t John XM. Alas
sev and James D. Massey, are not residents of
this State. It is ordered that they be notified cf
the filing of said petition, and that unless they be
and appear in said Court, at the next term there
of, to be begun and held at the Court House in
Bowling-Green, within anil fcr said county of
Pike, on the first Monday ol September next.
and within the first three days ol said term, and
enter their appearance and plead to, or otherwise
onswer said petition, judgment by delimit will be
rendered against them in the premises ; and it is
ordered that notice be given to said Josiah Hen
ry, and Ann, his wife. Josephus F. D. Thorn
ton, and Elizabeth, bis wife, and Michael J.
Noves. guardian as aforesaid, by publication of
this order in some newspaper published in this
county, for eight weeks successively, .
A true copy test,
JAS. M. MARTIN, Cleik.
S. F. Murray, for pet'rs.
July 2d, 1 8498 w.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersign
ed has taken in charge the estate of Frances
H. Anoleberrv. deceased. All persons indebt
ed to said estate are requested to make immedi
ate payment, and.all persons having claims against jy B fajr pr;,e jn cailh Those wishing to sell
said estate are hereby notified to present them,! j this market, will find it to their interest to
- 1 ...T .11 J .ll.n.nnn. uiilhtn nn. , 1 - T T , 1 1 .1
propeny buuidiiuubicu, ivr iuwu. mve us a can, as we aesign purcnasirg an inai
Of Interest to "tobacco iIaniers.
riiHE undersigned ih to purchase a quan-
B my or iwdavw, ior wnicn iney win
year from this date, and if said claims be not pre-
- w ...... A i t
sented within three years irom mis uaie, uiey
will be forever barred.
June 27th 1849. . ,A ...
HIRAM O. EDWARDS,
Public Adm'r. of Pike county, snd ex-officio ad
ministrator of estate of r ranees ii. Appieocri y,
may be ofleied and paying the highest market
TT r T1 T -"Tr ,A
pneo. ii. ii" m w,
Jf" H. W. P. WooTMir, Justice 6f the
Peace, will hold a "law day" in Louisfana,
on Saturday, the 4th of August next.
Jury 9tb, 1849.
Andrew A. Williams'
Mrs ary A. William-'
J. RICHARDSON, . Mi
Louisiana, mo., July 9lh 1849.
THE subscriber begs leave to inform the citi
zens of Pike and the surrounding counties,,
that he has just opened in the lover room of.
Draper's Row, Water sired, Louisiana; one of
the LARGfST AND MOST COMPLETE
STOCKS OF .
STAPLE FASCY . :
EVER OFFERED IN THlS MARKET.
My selections are of the latest styles and cf the
most approved fabrics of English, French, and!
Domestic Goods ; and have been purchased in
the Eastern Markets at such rates sS will, I be-'
lie ve, enable me to give satisfaction to' the closest
All persons purchasing oods in this market,
are most respectfully invited to call and examine
my stock before purchassing elsewhere, and no'
pains shall be spared to please them, both m price
and quality of goods. j -
The subscriber having devofea his entire at
tention to the retailing or vending of Dry Goods
for the last twelve rears, feels confident Be can.
give satisfaction, and hopes to merit a' portion of
P. S. Most articles of merchantable produce
will be taken in exchange for goods.
May 14th,-1849 -tf. ' ...
Tl W. DUDLEYhTopened at Louisiana,
IB. fin the room latelv occupied bv C. Jack
son & Brother) a General assortment of '
FAJfCY AJTD STJiJrLJs .
GROCERIES, ..HARDWARE, QUEENS-
WARE, & CUTLERY.
Intending to make a permanent location at
Louisiana, I am determined to sell my goods, of
every description, at a very small advance on
their cost, for Cash or the Produce of the sur
rounding country, and most respectfully solicit
all persons (particularly the ladies) to call and
examine mc quality ua prices ui uj uuuu. uc-
fore making their purchases, as I shall at all times
take pleasure in showing them. B.W. D.
May 14th, 1849.-11. -
NEW ARRIVAL OT
MC & SM1UER CLOTHLNG,
DRY GOODS GROCERIES, &C;
THE subscriber has just returned from St.
Louis with a large & well selected stock of
READY-MADE CLOr.ArG, comprising ail
articles of gentlemen's ware, calculated to suit
the gravest farmer and gayest youth. He deem
it unnecessary lo enumerate the articles, cau
for what you want, and he will be sure to have
!-. XJ .1.- J i m "
lie iiaa aisu a guuu .uppiy . .
Dry Goods, Groceries, e'njsarel'ir.
to which he solicit the eKitomtif 'tis ,trlead
and dealers genefally. - .1 '
1 . . JUS. Kli;HAKUJl4-
Louisiana, April 30th, 1849. ; -? J