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. ,. LOUISIANA, MO.
MONDA Y MORNING, JVJfE, 18, 1849.
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and despatch, cheap for cash; ,
REDUCTION OF PRICE.
We are happy to be able to state (o the pat
rons of the Banner, that for the last two years
its circulation has been gradually increasing,
without any efforts from us, and at no time fas
ter than within the last month. We have been
encouraged by thisfitot, to make the experiment
of reducing the price of oar paper to ox jbol
ran ahd nrrr cehts per copy, in advance, or
eight copies for $10. Old subscribers entitled
to the samejirivilege by paying up all arreara
ges. This we think we can afford with an ad
ditional circulation iof two hundred copies.
We now for the first time appeaMo the friends
of the Banner to lend us their aid in procuring
that circulation. If each of our-present subscri
bers will send us a name, we will have mpre
than double what we ask.
' Below we publish the names of a number of
gentlemen who are authorized, and requested to
act as agents for this" paper -to receive and re
eeipt for money due this office:
Mai. William Blakey,
Samuel Smith, . . .
Dr. John C. Welborn,
Palmyra. . .
. Louisville, s
Paynes ville. :
New Hope, v
Dr. Nathan Vannoy,
Dr. C. F. Waldeo,
James H. BntUro,
T. R.Corniok, . -.
John F Allen, .
. JQ'W any of the above gentlemen find it in
convenient to act as agents, they will please in
form Os by letter. ' Editors Bar ma-
June 11th, 1849.
JJ,Spt.,W.!p. 8aujtiTi agent of the Ame-
. rican Colonisation Society, will deliver an ad
dress e the subject of hie mission, on this
at the M. E. Church in this city, at
7 1-2 ..'clock.
June 18th, 1849.
The Democratic citizens of RALLS COUN
TY are reaoestod to meet at the Court House in
-New London on the First Monday t JSly. tor
the purpose of expressing their opinions in re
gar J to the question ot slavery in the territories,
mil to discuss such other matters as may be deem
ed appropriate; : A full and general attendance
is desired. LJunejo, "f.
' " Foown Floating in the Mississippi river, on
' the Sth'insL, abo.t nine miles ' above Louisiana,
and nearly opposite to Bradley's landing, the
body of a man, supposed to be about 25 or 30
years of age. He waaabout five feet eight ineh-
es high, bad long black hair, and was destitute of
clothing. .Then were no marks of violence per
. eeivable, except s small cot upon the nose, sup--r
posed to have been ooeuioned by a snag or brush
" in the river j and none' by which he could be re
cognized, except a large gold ring, worn upon
the leftiandV Thebody was taken from theriy-
erhy Measrs. Wm. J. Caldwell and Root. Love,
. and by them and their neighbon intered as da-!
oenllv as the eironnutances would admit. - The
- ring was left in the possessim of Ephraint Cald
well, Esq. v " . :
The Vature JFanMin. The J une um
her oftbfil interesting perio4ieal baa been
issued fail new Wore ui.We find initj
much to racdomend it to the people of the
weft, particularly the Fermen to whpie in-
tenet it if deyoted. . -
The speech of CoL Benton which we conclude
this week haebeeit.a ievere tax upon our,
columns on abcocnt oT its great length. We will
be enabUd faeteafter ie give a better variety of.
Jt 'VtUraik Sdur.deadiltor Gener
al Gainefcoonanianderof the South-western
divMtna of the n. S. Army.-died in New
Orleane, on the cUi inei; of Cholera.
,i CHOLine a JkcKVbxo Va. FhgU of
t thi LertsUiuH .WrVa? tea by our Virrmirf
' etcbangei that the exta aeision of the Lg
)trctiUiiinrU: iawf" ot the
. ' S tate, have 'cMotirned from Richmond the
fXetT Xto the SolpLor Sp ringtio fanqoier
- aonnfy, bwoee of the jppearuee
: of Cholara 1a''i,hn;,pUtcmot
V the t'fiymm wtW-iw'ttti liad
ben aadthiok tbej ihiW be releaaed from
l 0aarj (4ty, dtbert ' jtatlfy tb itep ai
PaiiaitviLLS, Mo., June 15th, 1849.r1
Mr. Murray : - ' -'. it v
An unusual gloom has been cat over our
neighborhood', by one of the most appalling acci
dents upon record. I cannot enter into particu
lars. . George N. Wens, Esq., of Lincoln coun-i
ty, in company with Mrs. Mary Burnett, (.wire
of Robert P. Barnett. now unen his road to Cali
fornia,) etarted yesterday with a view of irwit
ing MA3fa$ .Roberts; daughter of Joseph
RobertsVef this obuntv. who was i?k. after mi-
ing jjutfiUo Knob, a violent storm arose, but they
paused not ; her horse becane restive, be took
the rein of her bridle, and when next seen (some
hour afterwards, ) horses and riders alike lay in
the embraces of death. . The electricty struck
him upon the head, and It passed down the length
of hit body like a musket ball and entered his
saddle in three places. She must have been kill
ed by the shook no wounds upon her person.
The horses, too, from their positions, mutt have
been struck instantly dead. This happened yes
terday about 2 or 3 o'clock, n. m.. and at dark
Mjis Maria Koberu, amost interesting and love
ly girl, expired. What changes' an hour 'may
bring forth 1 Yesterday morn, this young lady
was recovering, these two individuals were full
of life end hope, this evsing the sod of the grave-.
yard wm canopy their beads. .
Mr. Welle, was a young man of fine standing,
and beloved by many friends. -' Mrs. Barnetthas
left an only child to bind up the wounded heart
of nor .husband, if he should ever, return from
his long pilgrimage. :
... i ours, . A.
BW make the following extract from.
a business letter received from a well -in
formed gentleman of Lincolii county last
week. It was not designed for publication
and we hope we will be excused for the lib
erty we have taken : . - - .
CiP-AU-Garr, lOlh June, 1849.
Dear Sir : I was much disappointed last
mail day a! receiving no Banner. I read
with deep interest all your anti-Benton arti
cles. J. he people of this county are, irre
speottve of party, almost (if not quite)
unanimous against the Wilwst proviso, and
of conne opposed to Benton.
G") Several weeks ago the erudite ed
itors of the Accord asserted boldly that
"the constitution has given to Congress ex
clusive control over the territories," &c
we give it literally. It struck us at the
time as a new feature of the constitution,
and we asked the edtton to publish, for in
formation, the clause in which that power
was granted.; a similar assertion in the last
No. of that paper, reminds us of our re
quest. There is no way by which that pa
per' conld impart more information than by
publishing the clause referred W We ask
again will they comply with eo reasonable a
reouesL and settle forever the power v
Congress nver the territories ? . : It will save
the fraternity much ink and paper, and the
millions of readers much time in reading
such speeches as Benton' in search of that
power. i-1 : "
In answer to e question put by an 'inquir
ing friend, as to whether this is a party
question,' the editor seems to consider him
self a correspondent, end answers in the
name Cuivre.' in a most furious tirade a-
eainst the Union, for betraying the demo
cratic creed," and enlisting under the whig
. Oh yes, eure enongb, ssys the
Banner, again assuming the language of
a correspondent, . styling himself '"Camp
n 1 .. . . t t :
Creek,", the whigs here ere unanimous in
the support of the position assumed by Jack-
son's resolutions,'- though the democrats
were unfortunately somewhat divided as to
tbe safety of attacking Benton. Record,
When we charged tbe Record with writ
ing a falsehood, by stating that the editor of
the Banner wrote those communications, it
tesitself into another difficulty in the fol
lowing language : '
. We did, ironically, it is true, guess at
what is charged in the above quotation from
tbe Banner, bet without pretending to know
it to be sc."
We did, ironically, it is true, guess, &c.
Is that rour irony, to itate e direct falsehood
.nil call it a "putts?" You called it no
guess when you. wrote i' and used no ironi-
. - .. . v -. - f)
callangusge. yvnaiaoes irony w
Walker and Webster say it it am
speech in which the meahing is contrary to
the words . Your worde wef ilbat we wrote
tbe communications signed -u Cuivre ' and
Caam Creek." Did you mean the con-
tnry? If yOtt did, where if your irony t
Your euening irony? . Ont npon such a
subterfuge to eicepe . tbe ret ponsiouity
ViVMoWiia ArAJUr-Th ; Abolition or
U. f Oaondasa County, New York,
Impartial Citiren, appeals in the following
mariaor terms. lO un amHiuu.""" """J"'"
ed the MTreavJSoilera,'' to eomeack to the
fold . "... V. -l -j
. A kAVtiantaisl who have aucona-
J fh. Free Soil party, come back every
.oul ofyoo, ad Vriag all yon ean with you,
to you are all wanted to join in ft contest
llw fJ: "i.-4.-i.a kft onnnision every-
rental ye shall be forgiven if you wilt
nut attempt to 'draw consolation uoap jour
voting last November.-, , , . . 1 jp.i.-'-i.
The Missouri Democrat thns diseotirses, about
the responsibility of the slavery ezejement and
the motives of Col. Benton for appealing from' the
resolution of. the Legislature. The pemccrafisi
right in saying the assaults upon southern insti
tution by the aboliltonixts is the only thing that'
threatens a disulution of the Union.
The Union regards the Jackson resolu
tions as baring 'given rise to ell this excite
citeinent,' and 'against the principles of the
great body of th people of Missouri.' We
regard Free Soil demagogues, who have
made such' wicked demonstrations to des
poil the south of an equality of rights with
the north, as the cause of 'all this excite
ment;' and we know the priuriples einbra-
ced. in the Jackson resolutions accord ex -
actly with the sentiments of the Electors of
thin Senatorial district, for the subiect was
fully brought be forethem t the last
tion. Theyr rewnt lue optnimi olue pep? junaa a. temperance oiuan, uy
ple here, without distinction of pty 5 nd rr, ,tfifir guardian ad lil, heirs of Rebert
it is not only an opinion, but fact, a Well.Stu.rtj jhd.. . .
lr. ,rur, Of (I.., r.M ... U.iupHJT S
orlnnli tli nsniilo nf thn tvhnlff Staia are lm-l-Sfc. . . . r. . - r.. p
which the people of the whole State are im
movably fixed: . . '. ?
'The resolutions, tlo not, .however, com-
Erehend the .character given to them by Mr.
entnn and the St. LouisUnion a dissolu-
tion of the union'.: . Such a construction is
Torced one fit volunteered by Mr.
. - " . .. . . 1 f -'.
did not view these resolution in the BBineibie biU against him and other defendants, praying
ion. hKcunoK tin, trnaa Txonie i nriusouri.ienn 01 wis uun, wiu huu bu i umm uwk.
light that he did'-a construction intended,"
r M ... ... I.n
as an apology for his JIppeal.' Is, then,
Mr. Benton the only man in Missouri, com
petent to judge of the tearing of these
resolutions? Is the judgment of the whole
peo Ie to be reversed, so as to accord with
the Might in which . he views , them?'. Be
fore the people of Missouri, give up their
better judgment to such a degraded humilia
tion, they will first enquire whether Mr.
Benton has not sinister views in the opinion
c professes to entertain on this subject?
Whether his ambition to attain the Presi
dency, has not made him the advocate of
Vee Soil doctrine? And whether be lias
not therefore sacrificed the in t wests of his
constituents in the South, and espoused the
fanatical designs of the North, for the sake
of popularity in that section of the union i
If there is any thinzthat threatens a dis
solution of the union, it is theassaulU made
on it by the Abolitionists, and Free Soil
demagogues of the North. 1 hey are 01
fendera: end any attempt to falsify ihe
question and place the South ta the wrong
for merely resisting their diabolical pur-
wmh will- tecou uunn 1110 nnu
who enlit in such a crnsade in Missouri.
25" Abbott Lawrence; it is'said, is to re
ceive the appointment of Minister to Eng-
and. A man of less wealth and more tal
ent, would bare suited much better.
Capt. John W. Mitchell, of St. Louis, has!
been appointed U. S. Martial for the JDis
trict of Missouri.-' "
James F. Mahan, Esq., has been appoint
ed Register of the Land Office at Palmyra,
in nlace of Col. B. Davies, whose resigna
tion takes effect on the 30lh of June. This
annointment has been received with much
dissatisfaction by both parties at Palmyra
One more obnoxious to tbe people could
scarcely have been made. Mo. Couner.
On the 12th instn at his residence in Salt Riv
er township, in this county, Ephraim Caldwell,
aged about b'O years.
Tbe deceased was an acting Justice of the
Peace, and a Useful citizen. His lose will be
deeply felt by the community in which he lived
Al ner resiaenve nrir rroiricvuio in . hum
1.1 ; n : ;rn
county, on the 6th inst.', Mrs. Frances H.,
Consort of, the late. William a. Applebury,
aged 52 years. The deceased was a native
of Virginia, but a resident of Missouri for;
the last six years. -Mie leaves e numerous
familv. and a large circle of friends in "both
ier native and adopted state, 10 mourn ner
death. Her life was one of pfobity end
JLyncbburgt v a., papers pieasv copy. -In
Cincinnati, Illinois, on the IOtli of
June, 1849V of Asiatic Cholera, Silvanun P
Massib, eon of John U. Massie, tus.. 01 tins
place, in theth year of his age.' Ha has
left a wife and two small children and many
friends to mourn hie untimely: end. 'Much
praise is due from the father of the deceased,
to theXriends and neighbors who were eye
witness to bis sufferings, for'the v untiring
ftvertinnsin endeavoring to arrest the pro
gress of the Tell destroyer,- is tamuy nas
lost a kind protector tho commuiuty a wor
thy and respectable memoer. y
WILLIAM SMOORE .
i DEALta JW
- . BfJCai'i P ATES
Premiums, Parlor Beating Stoves,
' or ALL aikns. -
JEWETT'8 IMPROVJED GARY PLOUGH,
JiT.' WHOLESALE; JJVDTlETJlL,
- - . WAW iTMCT, $ ' :. . .
; ; ' (BettMrMd Ch StSf,) ,
VL ; . t ST.L0Ul$,tfO.
St. Louis, June 12, 1849.
NOTICE, is hereby gen ?tp the meat
ben of the dome .Mutual Fire end Marine
Insurance Company of Saint Louis, that an
assessment for losses sustained after the 5th
March, 1849, end prior to May 19th, 1849,
has been made upon the notes of members
by the Directors of ssid Company, as fol
lows: On all notes' bearing date t rt.r to
May 19:h, 1849, being from No. 1 to No.
$973 inclusive, 20 ptr eent. ' ,
&nv turiner nouce is uerry j;"Tn, mm
the said assessment is pcjablc V' the Tr-a-surer
onor befor theUtiulay of August n xt.
! . V: -V, TAG E, Treasurer,
In Lincoln fiircui Cowrt, Missouri, Jpr il
Trrm, 1349. , . . . , ; , .
JtlMWI WItHT, . .-1 .-,
"vs. V ; T. In chancery.
Sammcxl Cabthos, admin-
nr e Robert Stuart, deceased. Ruth Stuart,
the widow, and Charles A. Skinner and Lycena
hU uir. John L. James. Gravener.'TUbert and
ekc-'Gorge Stuart, and Silas, Mary.-Alexanderre-tgKen
if 0ABW Ci S t srtt.Hta A fibrin-
term of this Court, against George Stuart, oae of
said Defendants, has not been'publiUied: It is
therefore Srdered that, said defendant, George
Stuart, be notified, by a publication of this order ,
to be made in some newspaper'- printed in this
a'staie. for eisht weeks successively, the last in-
Ben-lsertion to be al least four weeks before the next
r.l 1 L J.M.nl(Itn.t li.. Klail
coun icr a conveyance w n,m,
1 a rAilAtarstuy f rant nt Innn. TfWWlt tnt
ant. ot the following t
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 George Stuart is requir
ed to be -and appear in this Court, on the first
day of the next term thereof, to begun and held
at me voun nouse, in ine wwnn "
for said county ot Lincoln, in the olate or Mis-i
souri. on the first Monday after the fourth Mon-
dsv in Sentember next, and answer said bill ofl
I . .1 , ...III I . ...Im Tr. ftT.r.. I
cqnpiaini, ur uiq omn wm vc-u.eu ui wuis.ri
I Tm,. rc.Hult Wlr nf lh Cirenii Conrtl
for said county' of Lincoln, carUfy, that, the a-
. bove is. a true copy irom ine recoros 01 openea amongst inem jwrn ""r? '
seal said Court, of an order made at (heehandi2e, suited to (heir wants, to which they so
V April term tharof. - Given under my licit their attention and custom. Their -stoo
hand and seal of office, at office, in .Troy, this
4th dsv of June, 1849.
THOMAS G. HUTT, Clerk.
June 18llu 1849. (9-8w.) . ....
NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors and
others interested in the' estate of William
Willis, deceased, that the undersigned have ob
tained from the Clerk of the county court of Fike
miibIji, 1 . 1 inhiiu n id estate,
bearing date tbe 12th day of May, 1849.
AH persons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present ine same, proper
ly authenticated, within oue year from the date
of said letters," or they may be precluded from
having any peneht of said estate, and it not pre
sented within three years they will be forever
barred. - . ' .
.SOLOMON irCGIILETT.) . , .
ISAAC J. KING, 5Adn"
May 28th, 1849. 3w. - "
Itxl OTICE is hereby given to all creditors and
Pej others interested in the estate of William
Eon, deceased, that tbe undersigned has obtained
from the County Court of Pike county, letters of
administration on said estate, beat ingdete theth
day of June, 1849. .
All persons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the same, proper
ly authenticated, within one year from the date
or said letters, or they may be precluded irom
having any benefit of said eiate,nd if not pre
sented within three years they will be forever
barred. JAMES BAILEY, Adm'r.
June 11th. 1849. 3 w. ,.
Public Administrator's- Notice.
TbT OTICE is hereby given to all creditors and
1 "W. otners imerestea in uie esiaie 01 jweou
Dillard. deceased, that the undersigned, as Pub -
lie Administrator for. the county of Pike, did take
possession of the estate of said deceased on the
Hth day of May, 184 . ..
AH persons interested in said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment; all those
having claims against said estate are nereoy noti
fied to present the same, properly authenticated,
within one year from the above date, or they may
be nrecludec irom having any nenentoi sua es
tate, and if not presented within three, years,
they w ill be forever barred.
- u 11 rnwinns
Public Adm'r.. for Pike county,
May 27th, 1849.--ffw. . '
L0C1S1AM ACADELMY TOR SHE.
Y -ORDER of the Trustee t( li.o Louis-(' Vote; AC,"; ? t' j
iaiia Acuilemy.the undersicifd comittee:COLOrAN, HALMAN COJSl Coach end
Will, on Batunuiyi Hie inn -any nr juiy in-i.i
,1. k.Hir. T 1enTJ ..Vliv-k. k-of
- . ... . . . .
that day, offer the building and the lot rn wumh;
the same is situated, at public sale, to the htphest
bidder. The building is -abojrt 24 by SO feet,
ton atArica hiffh. and thouch sotnewhut mil -ol
repaint we wailsare sound ano eapaoie wi-
- . . . r m .i t . .
ingmany yeats.: r"i n una oeuevea 10 oe -
putaMe,- -: m-jv.-
TERMS OF. SALE 1 ' ;
Tn nr nnL.of the mirchase meney to be paid
tn hand, and the remainder to be in three equal
n.t. .t twaiYAi ana aignieen memos.
with six nercent. interest from date until peidJAtrfe
. . . . .. 1 1 e J 1 .1 ..nJ
and the purohaser-u receive, sbouhiwhwu itwi
the Trustees When ine last payment is Biaoe.
PossesaieU to be given three montne front, lots
, ; " ' EDWIN DRAPER.
May 28, 1848.BO. . ,
i . rv-Samm Omct, Jus 13,1543. : '
We have but iittkahaa l stake in. (2ut
market this week,-' Wheat andTeaeeoar bare
come in freely; the latter cWefiy to be tbrwrntded. '
There is but little nr many' othW. articles of
produce: The ' Tlrebndanea'idgii'iaf tea-
nnn rising n nw
Wheat,'.;: '- J ': CS 7pc petnel.
Oafs, -; - ; 73xper ' x
Hdcoii'jlanu - : 8W 4 per ewi. ;t
Shoulders - . ' U'' 2 s 2 M.
Sideo,' :"- i-' . 1 -. 34 '' "fP
Hemp, ': - 1 - - W eafiSpeeewt.K'r,
'I'ubuccoi . 2 a 4 1 da ."de itt
Butter, - ib to Vttii-', ,
Flaxseed, - 5cper buahaLw
Beef, on foot, - 10 Mferewt.v ?
Dried Apples.. - in - 80 to .85s peT bnaheL
Egn. , - - - . , , !P dpxea.. , j
Molasses, ' - 80 a owpergai. j
Cotton' farn ' ! ' 80cU,terT?urt
I . . , .. . .
Bar Iron, ' , W- P
st- lovis m&K&T-:
- r ,Tt73TPBA,aaf 18 1848. ?
Flour,! to IfiSpat bhU
Wheat, J y0 85 perbaiheL
Oats, ' '3 -'!-: do - do 1
Corn, - s - ; a2a36 do de
Hay, - ' ? 80c $100 per wrL
Mess Porkr, - ' ' 1 8,60 per UlL J
Hams, -' 4 a Scteper to
5reen Apple $ 1 perbbl. ; ! 7
Hemp, dew rotted, '$180 per ton. -Tobacco,
- r --'8 toT..J
; NEW STORE y t
PRAIRI EVIL LB, MO.
. . L . WV "V . :
m , . wrj m ICS S
- ST rR lMM to sttnoUDce t the. citixeOB . ff
JJ, Prairieville and vicinity, that they. hae .
has been selected with care; te-whioh they -wi
WUllllUV w. eaaefamw .
at all Ones a tomplete variety ef V;.;';-;"';'
Dry; Goods, Groceries,
ware, Hats, Caps,' SJd
All of which they will sen as Ww1 as eaa be af
forded ia the eonntrya '..'' -
They will at all times take in exchange ter
goods, merchantable produce, of the country, at
liberal prices. 22r Call and see Jor y.ourseu.
Prairigville; Mo., April 80th, 1849,-tf. ,
NEW STORE: : ; ;
fipHE subscriber begs leave to inform, the ptfs
I zeu of Pike and the surrounding -counties,
that he has jm opened in the fewer room, of
Draper's Rott, Water street, Lovisiaitih oce-of
the LARGEST AND MOST, tWfU.ifc
STOCKSGF - ' HI
. . jisriiuiii'
nil v nns 'z
EVER OFFER Eb' IN THIS . ifARKET,
- ttr; Wuiis mre of the latest styles and cf the
most approved fabrics bT English, French, and
rv..MiL. ftnmh : and nave been burehased in
the Eastern Markets at snch rates as will,' I be-
Bevej enable toe to give satisfaction to meciosesi
dealers. , : :v urnc-.-... il. -
. AH persons purchasing geeds in thia market,
. v 1 1 1 .-.i -
are most refpecuiuiyHiriiru.u m w
rJ PnnDM.,M T.VZ'ZS'"
.k.ii k. trtmA tn aImu thrta. bcth in tne
sjSii iibj sssansa av w sT ..w . im
andbualityof gooda.n .. n-..w.
The BHbscrPer having Jeyoted.Jua entire at
tention to theetaiBhg or vending of prjr Goods
for the last twelve J ears; feels confident w an
give' satisfaction, and hopes to merit 'i portion of .
rrr "r" . tErtrs Robertsons
Pi S.ii-Most artkUe of maTobantahle produce
wilt be taken in exchange for goods tJ l '-'i
-. May 14th, 1849.-tfyf?-i 'ST
wonn.T 'A" . fa. a. yiowTT.
WOOD & VIOLETT
, wnotasai.AeMTSAB.sMa .
PITTS B UROH MANUFACTURES,
.... M.. ., n - T HI I UlmM.l. MHf.
rjiipin: ouiiug-i --w- d -TT
Hi. t. SttlktS. Bolts, &C.' '.' . .'
LrcgtnJibggm et Ca's Platform ad Conn-
ter Scales; Pattent Kanghphy and PabaC MSla,
iittpevtM Jfc Co' (warranted) Axes,' Bsioaeta,
M.oveU Spades, Picks, Mattocks, Mi, Cb-
. .,(. nfl TC fUrt Raws. &&. rA I ti
F. & IK M. FarUs (snpwior) Clxdiiiga-
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