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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 28 March 1840

T 1 'HIS PAPER It published week jl CYRIL CADY, at M In advaiice, or fll t .In end ol the year. No taper will be dixudtiUed but at ta option or tr 141 or until au arreerai ware paid yaod a iaUur to gi nonce or a wish 10 uiscon linue will b considt ed a new enga jretnelDt. CM dollar Mr aquar, of twelve lines, otr loss, for ttifl first useitton, and filly cent a squarl for eacb vunequeni insertion. ; For oita square 12 months twenty dollars, Merchants or others rdvertising by the year, to oe amount or buy dollarynd upwards, will be en titled to a deduction of on third, where a regular agreement is entered into. Where the insertion of an advertisement isorder- -Ni, rithout tbf number of ipsertiofts being specified, ii wiu oexpsertM, (in tbediseretioiiot lhaproprie lorintifTorbid, and charged for aterdingly. .; All advertisements from strang-en, as wrtll as all orders for job-work, must be accompanied with th cash, or a reference to some responsible and con- nt acquaintance. ISON, MElUW...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 28 March 1840

1 1 ?1 ( President(ft "V yrfing'tonil r th 7I' St. I .outer ' Mr.Wff7 "n"50"- asGcneralC - - I. R nf f!.i Is. V. OUR ESTIMATE OF THE RESULT. We ore not unmindful! of the depreciation which the opinions of either a citizen or an Editor may incur by their seeming extravagance, but having carefully scanned the progress and tendency of pub lic sentiment in every State in the Union, wo de liberately express the ielief that Mr. Van Buren is not sure of iff re than thirty electoral votes in the approaching Presidential election. We are far from giving up even Missouri (for Judge White was bt-u-ten but between three and four thousnnd votes) but even assuming that she will be ihe last to assert the principles of true republicanism and native self respect, like New Hampshire and other States which are claimed for Mr. V. B., because of the sup posed influence of one man in each, our vote is but as a drop in that vast ocean of public indignation, which is sweeping resistlessly over almost every...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 28 March 1840

TT i r 7 1 r r. . .4 V 1 Tlie Way .of the People' We forego tlie purpose we had in view last; of occupying several columns of our paper of t with the account of the elections, and othei;i monstrations of public opinion in the " twetity Harrison States." We do this at the suggestion of a friend, with whom we concur, that our present number can be more profitably employed in proving that General Harrison ought to be elected, tlmn in merely demonstrating the certainty that lie will he. His slanderers will find a rare treat, in several of our columns. We cannot resist the desire, how ever, to copy a few of the leading signs from Vir- "!.ta mnA TJoiw Vn,lf A-tTn flirt Inttar otnlA iiiiu) ujiu . . . v.n. Vr viiw iuvi - v ii the "Express, after a careful comparison of all the returns, states that, the aggregate Whig gam, (the state over) is thirteen per cent t This would be equal to a gain of upwards of twenty thousand votes. In addition to this, we have been shewn a letter from one of the...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 28 March 1840

V7TJ i! U7 ri m. I 1 II S -i'oa. J oed c .Jcarnest, J(f"S 'he harvest, SSnv-W--frop,e now esl1 hlm them anew OUR ES'e 'erm t0 nsta h'ra , .resioeni iippecanoe. ihe-rne wbigs have all buried dissenticn, As patriot ever should do, And have sworn to a man in convention, To standby Old Tippecanoe. The locos hate chuckled, denying That whigism ever will do; But, astounded, they hear the whole nation Husza for Old Tippecanoe. The republican banner is waving, Unfurling its folds to the view, Oh 1 whigs, let your motto be "union," And rally round Tippecanoe. Yn foes to misrule and corruption, Com join in thejubiloe too, And we'll shout at the next fall election The Harrison Tippecanoe. Oor sires in heaven will join chorus, And call up Old Rosin the Bow, And play on his sweet sounding viol, The tune of Old Tippecanoe. THE HARRISON HURRAH. The loiiowing pasnoge is irom me new 1 car s Address of the Cincinnati Gazette. It is spirit sirring: Turn we to the loftier themes than those! What tumult...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 April 1840

f piUii PAPKR published weekly, bylCYBIL. X C. CADY, at &3 In advance, or I at W n1 of tha year. No paper will be discontinued lt at t.ie option of the Editor until all arrearages ail paid and a failure to give notice of a wish to discon tinue will be considered a new engagement. Itatcsof Advi'rtitting. ' One dollar per squaro, of twelve lines, or less, for lite Grit inseitioo, and fifty cenu a square fur each subsequent insertion. For one square VI months twenty dollars. Merchants or others advertising by tin year, to the amount of fifty dollars and upwards, will be en titled to a deduction of one third, where a regular agroeraent is entered into. Where the insertion of an advertisement is order ed, without the number of insertions being specified, It will be inserted, (in the discretion of the proprie tor) until forbid, and charged for accordingly. All advertisements from strangers, as well as all orders for job-work, must bo accompanied with the cash, or a reference to some r...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 April 1840

i Booth, - d all o.!.rt. Of tin nottoaitd distil- created teal, he ha at ill time manifested, the aerifire-keba fatly made, t :e (ingle heartednes with which lie In expoied himself to persecution nnd political proscription, in defence of the Consti tutional rights of t'lcSjutl), and the peace nnd safe ty i if their firesides, against til interference wheth er of fanatcism or political ambition, that man is William Henry Harrison, of Ohio. You have doubtless read the speech made by him t Vuicenncs, in the' State of Indiana, in 1835, in which, in thetace of a non-slaveholding audience, he gallantly volunteered to defend the rights and interests of the South. Where can be found, even in the productions of any southern statesman, a more energetic and unsparing denunciation of the schemes of the aMitionists''. He pronounces them to be "weak, presumptuous snd unconstitutional -illegal, persecuting and danger i us ;" and after depicting in glowing language the fatal consequen ces to which ...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 April 1840

r 7T 1" I STDNY ON THE REMOVAL OF ttYLAIt. m I .it., tipn. It i strong ant forcible the langun. perhaps, not sufficiently tempered bat muci must be deferred, in this reaped, to the madden ed indienation of the people, who behold the spiri of their institutions prostrated in the dust, emidsl the degrading shouts of the recreants, who "well done!" To th Editor of the Timet: , S.-. P.rmi. m thrmnrh tba medium of vour paper to a.y a few words to the commumty upon s Pn lh or P" character of the ubject on which every citizen of the State and oft""' Of these, our temporaries, who are the United States should feel an abiding inlere.t. 'nror",cd' can Ppl,k 00 ll'eir Pr"Per re,Pons'- I all j da to the dismissal of Ryland from office and the substitution of Arhby in his place. 'This is a meaaure which, in my opinion, has more completely manifested the firm determination of the administration to gag the mouth i of the people, and to exert its power more tyranically than any whitl' has yet come ...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 4 April 1840

'ti'."t- POETRY, WHIG SONG. I'll iag you a new whig song raado te a good eld rhyme Of fine true-hearted gentleman ell of the oldn time. By birth and bood by kith and kin a found true whig wai he Fur his father signed the Charter, that made our country free :- Like a fine true hearted gentleman, All of the old lime. In youth upon the tetded field his laureli he did gain- Wlth Wayne he fought lome battles and never fought in vain In peace tbe quiet statesman he-but when the war arose He buckled on his armor to meet his country's foes Like a fine true hartcd gentleman, All of the olden time. And when he served his country well, in Senate and in held, The honor that awaited him, must free! did he yield- lie turned hitn to his home again, and sought a fur mer's toils, For though he'd JM'd the cficti, he never took the ipoits ; Like a fine true-hearted gentleman, All of the olden time. And when the People in their might have put the! solemn ban. Upon the arch Magician, and all his Torry e...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 April 1840

if r r '9s' Mi f.1 J f i J-i.J..J IL J. 1 '-..t.t.'.U'.'-JM', I ' f pill? PAPEfl l published weekly, by CYRIL X C. CADY, at 'J in advance, or $4 at the eJ of the yoar. No paper will be discontinued but it ua option of tlio Editor until all arrearages are pnid nd a failure to give notice of a wish to discoi flnua will be considered a new einrngeinent. . Unlet of Advertising. 1 One dollar per square, of twelve lines, or lrssjlt fyj first inseition, and fifty cents a square for ciu j tuLisequent insertion. For one square 12 months twenty dollars. Merchants or others advertising hu the near. t(. the amount of fifty dollars and upwards, will be en titled to a deduction of one third, whore a regulai agreement is entered into. Where the insertion of nn advertisement is order ed, without tha number of insertions being specified. It will be inserted, (in the discretion of the proprie lor) until forbid, and charged for accordingly. All advertisements from strangers, as wolf as all f orders fo...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 April 1840

n r .-,.i-J4t.iC.."il To the RVoptc or the 5St;to o " MtOlll'f. ' Futow CiTiitKs; In enuring on the chs. ehsrge of the arduous duty asrijfucd us by the late Whig Convention, we realise a commingled emo 'ion of e;ra: fkation mid rei-ret, ihtit we am col tud to the performance of eli a task, under circuit) stances peculiarly uud auspiciously d. Ill'ting fio.n ny w.'.uh have distinguished the recent political coi. !iic; of the country. While we deploie the depth of titc injur) and distress, whichT.uve fallen upoa U40 country fiom the unwise or unfaithful adiuiniiUJjtioii of k affaiis, as sincerely and co;. oidiiy do wo hail the prospect of relief, and re. cip.-ocute the congiatulatious which are poutiiit; hi upon us from every quarter, for having reached ht uninatmbcrtd and unprejudietd political position, which now presents itself, wherein the cejings of none have been disregarded, in the 'Jclciencc which has been shown to the hones:, however misguided prejudices of thousands ol our f...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 April 1840

- THE TIMES. FAYETTE, MISSOURI, APRIL 11, 10. UONE PRESIDENTIAL TEUMJ&) Proposed by General Jai-kson Dissuaded by Van Burtn Tun People will establish il by the elec tion of General Harrison. THE Til UE REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, William Henry II a rr I ion, OF OHIO, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, John Tyler, of Va. AVtwhiU'ouj by Ike Whig Convention of Missou- ri, asscinbtcd in the City of Jefferson, Monday, October Hist, l:i'J. roa oovkrnor, JOHN B. CLAIlK,of Howard Comity. FOR LIF.t.'T. GOVERNOR, JOSEITI BOGY, of Ste. Genevieve. for EiKtvrs of President mid Vice President of t'te United States, PHILIP COLE, of Washington. JOSEPH C. BROWN, ot1 St. Louis, SAMUEL C. OWEN'S, uf Jackson. STEPHEN CLEAVER, of Ralls. THE CHANGED ISSUE." Our cotemporary inquires of the Central Committee " what changed issue" is pre scntcd by the name of General Harrison;" We will answer it for them, although a portion ol one ot tlie subjects oi tneir au-i dress nppears in our columns of to-day. and will sp...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 11 April 1840

ssl. .--, rri X. AN AMIABLE COALITION. When out readers are informeJ that Mr. Van Buren't only hope of success is based upon his dsscrtion of Talmndge, Rives and other Conscrra tioe frisndtt, and his coalition with the sub treat, ury nullificrs under Mr. Calliotni, the fjl lowing chronology may be worth referring to: m;i. calmo;;vs "Ceo u vnology. "Turn about, u-heel atcut," cj'c. 1319 On motion or Mr. Calhoun, a rest lutioi: was amended so a to re;eivo bank note in pigment of public dues. 18o2. Mr. Calhoun declared it to be uncnnslilw tibial to rccive bai.k notes in payment of public lines. 1?18. A National Bunk bill introduced, Proposed to extend the charter twelve years, 1?37. Believes a National Bank dangerous nnd unconstitutional. 1-617. Advocate tlio "American System" violent Tu rill' and Internal Improvement man. I"'-?:. lie irppocd to the same. IBi'i. Jlc declared tl.c TiintV unconstitutional, and resorts to Nulificution. H'.W. IVc. '.iO. aecnrilinL'ln the Globe, lie tries t...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 18 April 1840

THE JACKSON CREED IN 128. Wo publiidi from the Congressional Debates of that period tho able and conclusive speech of Cene ral Alexander Smyth, a leading friend of General Jackson from the State cf Virginia, and shall append a nolo from Gen. Jackson's first message, in con currence with the vieivs of all liia friends at that period, Surely the momentous question has lost nope of its importance by the alarming increase oi Executive patronage since that period and we put the question to the vvrigltt Jackson men of that day whether they will no'V stand by their jiriivijilcs or that portion of their party who have abandoned them! Of course, every reader will decide accor ding to hinown feelings of self-respect, and his own j! conceptions ot tlic ultimate interest of Ins country. At all events, let all road the; speech. So strongly did the necessity of limiting tlio Presidential tenure to a single term impress itself upon the public mind in that day, thatCou. S, moved a;i am'nJmml to t'i...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 18 April 1840

Address of the Central Commit tec-Continued. Tlio next, end perliapt the ony remalingn case, which the limits to which we are rest feted will permit ua to spread a fully before the peo- teot iWis'omi" as werJcire, ia that of William '. Harris, n Rec iver of PnHric Monies, tit Co lumluis, M:ss:ssippi. lie wts a notorious drunk, ard, and a monthly defaulter, yet was he kept in ohVe on the principle of " hotter let it be fm between two and three years, and was at last per nmted to resign (honorably!) after he had picked and stolen, from month to month, about $100,000. If the following correspondence be not sutficient to fix the blush of deep disgrace on the Secretary, on the Piesident, and on all concerned ; and if it be not sufficient, moreover, to convince every man, that so lone as the sys tem denounced by Col. Benton in lS'2b, and by General Jackson in 1S29. remains unaltered, "corruption, rrcvLAtvm and THEFT will be the order of the day," we confess we shall de- p-iir of seisin? o...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 18 April 1840

s V V. ft f tt" that even tin nomnun courletlc of tocial lift were wholly cut off between tlis principal leaders) ijmuch N certain that In winning the support of Hi Twiners, to aid him in in pasa(r 01 mis most Iniquitous measure, he hat forfeited nnd Inst that DortiiMi of his original friends who have taken to themselves the more ennobling and nHtngotiist !pnllation of "Conservatives." As it is the pa triotic refusal of this party of Republicans to fol low Martin Burcn in his espousal of the destructive measure now under consideration, that has already lost him the prent State of New York, where hi majority was upwards of 29,000 votes, wo prefer to emp'oy the arguments and reasoninps of his original friends, in justification of their refusal to vote for his re-election, to any similar Brfrumnnts o1 our own. Reeinp that all hope of reclaiming Mar tin Van Buren to his original principles was ic vain, an immense convention of delegates from the aeveral counties in that state (all of th...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 18 April 1840

! i f 1 t Li t' V u I. J THE 110. MAGE OF JUSTICE. Wehave compiled, from various sources, ihe ivllowpig disinterested testimonials, which were commanded from their several nmhois by iho lof. ty patriotism, valor talents and success of Gen. Uabkison, long before lie was named for tho Pro. sidency, and in limes which ought to give them weight sufficient to bent down nil tho petty calum. nics and quibbling objection!! which parly malig nity may now prcsumo to forgo against the war. worn and time-honored patriot and soldier. The authorities wo present against the puny attacks of Loco-Foco Federalism, and which we shall stereotype as an impregnable barricade a giinst nil opposition, aro no less than the Cow unr.ssoF tiik United States, the Legislati'iiks or Indiana, mid of Kentucky, Jamc.s Mad;. ton, Jame. Monkoe, Col. Richard M. John, son, Axruo.vT Wayne, Lanodon Ciieves, Si mon, S.nydeii Gov. Shelby, Com. Pekey, Col. Ckooiian, Col. Davies, and others, including in the illustrious catal...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 April 1840

4 r..r w nw. r..vt 7Vm - l n Vt yftv "s. "TCV T" '" ""IT "FT" 1T7 Br t. J -yr For the Boon's Lick Timet. Mh. Cady : We can no lunger think of Old Tip pecanoe without rhyme, antl tlitrcrorcl send you " ANOTHER SONG." J The Whigs they aro rising nil over the land", And resolving, as brethren should do, To bury distentions, nnd join hand in hand In the cause of " Old Tippecanoe." The voice of their country now calls them, and they, As patriots faithful aud true, Cjm never rol'uso her comtnnnda to obey, While led by " Old Tippecanoe." Then rally, brave boys, with your banners on high. And the motto unfolded to view, " For our country to conquer, or in battle to die," By tho side of " Old Tippecanoe." The lories full long have triumphant appeared, lint now they begin to fuel blue, For they know that a tyrant has never yet dared, To stand befuro " Tippecanoe." His " cabin" is built up, of loirs all unheWH, (They say, and we grant it is true,) I L'ut " unothcr guess" house they'll disauver...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 April 1840

etring tour through our Suite while the blighting influence of his measures and tlin burning reproach of hie calumny are vet resting upon us. In the election of the autumn ot' 1837, the Em pire State had signally repudiated the measure re commended by the President had triumphed over the combine J powers of Agragrianism and lufidoli'y lea filed in their support, and the interference ot government otficers with the freedom of elections- had sustained her faithful senator and patriotic Representatives who maintained their political principles and the public interests against executive dictation, mil sliuwea to the world that "iNeiv York alone and single handed, acted out her princi pies within hekselk, and roR iierbki.f. Although justly proud ot tlio elevation ot one of her own sous to tho highest ollice in the gift of the People, the lands of the Clintons and Tompkins's would not submit to be tamely bartered away for I'resiMnlia wits, nor rest in quiet when the Public Liberty WAS IN ...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 April 1840

.i!LlX 1 any concern or interest.' tf slavery is an evil, the evil is with them. IT there ii rtuilt in it, tho guilt is theirs, not ours, since neither the State, where it does not exist, nor the Government of the U. States can, without usurpation of power, and the viola. ion of a solemn compact, do anything to re move it without the consent of those who are im mediately interested. Every movement which is madu hy the Abolitionists in the non-slave-holding States is viewed by our Southern brethren as an at tack upon their rights, and which, if persisted in, must in the end endicRte those feelings of attach ment and affliction between the citizens of all the States which was produced by a community of in terests and dangers in the War of the Revolution, which was tho foundation of our happy union, and by a continuance of which, it can alone be preserved. I entreat you then, to frown upon measures which are to produce results so much to be deprecated. The opinion which I have now give...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Boon's Lick times. — 25 April 1840

J-. , jjjjjumiw. iniiuiuiJB mm m imin THE HOMAJ OF JU3TICK. YThve compiled, from Tiuiotis sourwe, llie following disinterested testimonials, which were connnandod from their several authors by llio lof ty patriotism, valor talents find success of den. Harrison, long before lie was named for the Pre- iidoncy, and ill times which ought to give them weight nufucicnt to lienrtlown nil llie petty cmum. nics and quibbling objections which party nmlig iiity may now presume to forgo ogtiiust the war wjin and time honored patriot and soldier. Tho authorities wo present against tho puny attacks of Loco-Foco Federalism, and which we hall stereotype as un impregnable barricade a gainst all opposition, tiro no less than the Con cressof tiik United Status, the Lf.gislatuiiks or Indiana, and of Kentucky, Jamks Maui ton, Jamkp Moniioe, Coi.. Richard M. John son, Anthony Waine, Lanhdon Ciikvks, Si mon, Snvdkr Gov. .Siki.by, Com. Peiirv, Coi.. Ckogiian, Col. Da vies, and otheis, iiicludin in the illu...

Publication Title: Boon's Lick Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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