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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 23 November 1839

17U llM :hi 'a.-W -v i - . riTOLISnED EVERY SATURDAY, VOLUME VII. NUMBER 6. TERMS $2 50 if paid within Ihree monthi. $3 00 if paid during the year. 83 50 if not paid daring the year. Subscriber! may discontinue their papers at any time by paying Tor the time they nave received them, but HOT WITH OCT. ' Those who subscribe for a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscribers until tbey order the paper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS. , $1 00 per square, for 12 lines or less, tor the first inser. tion, and 50 cents for each continuance. 177 Advertisements must be marked with the number of insertions tbat are requested; otherwise, they rill be aentinued till forbid, and charged accordingly. No variation from these rates in any case. Advertisements from a distance, and from persons with whom we have no current accounts, must be sc. companied by the cash, or some responsible reference in town. AH ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 23 November 1839

- An Irish Jehu. There seems to be a spc . cial providence expressly pro? ideJ for Irish men, women, and children, without which, what with fires, floods, burnings, house-fail ings, cir-upsetting, &c, there would not be a whole bone in the bland "1 have . been do ing my best to drive over a child in this town Tor tire last eight-and-twenty years," said an English mail-coach driver to his friend on the box, "and never could do it." The risks that are run, tlie hazards encountered in ev ery excursion by land or by water by these dare-devil people would astonish and terrify their more civilized and cautious neighbors. At the top of one of the steepest mountain roads in the west of Ireland, Lord Guilla more stopped the driver of the chaise he was ' seated in, proclaiming his intention to walk down, rather than proceed in the carriage the rather as one of the horses, a young, long tailed chesnut, had given, even on the level Toad, some very unequivocal signs of hot 'temDer. and unste...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 23 November 1839

THE JOURNAL soTurino-sasBH: SATURDAY, NOVEBEBEa 23. 139. OCT The U. S. exploring expedition seems to hare penetrated as far south as 70 degrees oflatitude, during the past season when large masses of ice appearing in every direction, and the winter approaching, it was deemed imprudent to prosecute the voyage further at that time, and the expedition returned to Valparaiso and Callao, for the purpose of re fitting; after which it proceeded to the sand wich Island, whence on the return of spring it was expected to go south again, intending to push into as high Southern latitude as the state of ice would allow. The spring being now far advanced in that region, it is sup posed that the expedition has been sometime on the voyage South, which it is intended to prosecute with vigor, until forced by the re turn of the fall season, which will be our spring,) to return towards the milder latitudes. when itis intended to visit the Columbia Kiv er, the Oregon Territory, and the neighbor ing coas...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 23 November 1839

SimJ. jjr ,u u"g. It is well knn n that the sumach which grows wild in this s; .e is userol for tannin", but that it imoarts lik hemlock and oak bark, a cJarkcolrlo the ler-i ther, while the species of Bunvinh brmisrht from Europe or Asia is used for tannins sheep skins, and" as we are informed, tans the pelt without imparting any coloring, and therefore leaves it petfectly white. Is there not some other vegetable substance growing abundantly among us that will supply the place of this foreign article? We have no doubt there is, and that if experiments should be tried with some of our plants it would en I in the discovery of one that would answer every purpose. Who will look it up! SaL Chronicle, It would be better if voting la lies would en courage young men more on account of their good characters, than their eood clothes. A good reputation is letter capittl than a fine coat in almost any kind of business, except wooing a fashionable lady. A JlinU A gentlemen, at a late fashiona b...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 14 December 1839

THE JOURNAL. SO VT L I IT O-a a S B 17 : i SATURDAY, DSOEMBEH 14. 183ft. (Kr A gold mine has lately, been discover! ed in llandolph county, Alabama, which is thought to be the richest in North America, and is believed to be of considerable extent. (ttiM hf tVio vol.,. .r r..- .u j j. 11 - has been obtained at this mine in a single Aavi aiiJ a sinirle lumn hus tufn found which J 1 o 1 was ascertnVed to be worlfrmore than t hundred and twenty dollar, and was of great purity. The sales of public lands at Chicago, closed on the 1 8th ulu and produced between sixty and seventy thousand dollars. It is aid in the papers of that place, that a large portion of the lands advertised were not sold; and that the land office is to be closed until thefirst of JanuarjmeTtrjybn he.,settlers J JraTliavo anotherpffmxraitv'to enter'theifl " wmm ua.o uc luicmicaims time IO make their pecuniary arrangements for so doing. It is stated also, that the settlers met twith no obstacles to the purchase of their...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 14 December 1839

rA06 L( H Death of Ilenry td bv taxation, direct and indirect, is waat- ioy v.uaie;ior oampson.j lie was, ed to carry on the Government, the Parlia- X Tn ', na oegan 10 reign in law. :ment has reduced Uie Pottage all over the L -He raised his fcvontes, the instruments of j kingdom, to one penny on every letter not 'yhi crimes, from the depth of obscurity to the exceeding half an ounce in woight. The .r- -- e' - - . . viovernmeni lias yietaea to wo wisues ana UD SI tvnntf. nut thorn tn dnnth lita ititrj I r i s - 1. . . 1 r-- 1 petitions 01 uio wuoia peopie, out noi nil it e was pre-eminent in religion; first quarrel- (was reasonably proved that the revenue hag with Luther, whose doctrines he thought would b as great wif i a low as with a hi"h too republican, he became the defender- raie of Postage. The wants of our people v. .... oMiuuu taiui, nuu men 4a inn- ior a clieap communiciion through the mails ling wim.me rope, wno stood in Me way s nre Mgreat as those ot the people ol En- ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 1 February 1840

4 i r 'A.- H. BUGKNER;& F. Ij. JONF.S, VOL. 7-OfIJaIDEK 16f TMV3 2 5" 'f P" hi" l,,re" -. - .$1 00 if paid du.nns the Taasv . : .mL -.. Atint their oinni at aav lima eatonx fw the Un lliey bare wowed1 them, nr 1 MMlf ,Vt without- . - ,"." v Th(rwftoncr..r- ,, - - i'um or aJHCrrjm:;. -.i - - - rfrt -ill e eie-i-Jared ibenhcr.oniil therefer the weeping- jHrubealopieH.aJ pij all arrearage, .. . . j A t tUO.ieV oTr? I 4 (Tie 1 of : . tOVKRTIsRMKVTS. ' " (". ;- d jM-l jat 4 bi'l JU C tl I ohtlin 1 f- -V 1 II M 21 00 r,,re-for 13 linnnt .'w)fir "'jit ir ii. .Toe-bil bcin-di; if ,in, dW,,r"''T;w!npxtd.r th atloraey arresiel : wW tTdiii,n"a aw'" aula . - . . ' , ,. 0rrli.m. th .1 are ceq-M-SeJ ; n.h-ri-. they trill W fl ! WM .11 lh bll th T.S wef c Mg it r Hitm-i-a sill Grto an4 e'tire4 aeeorainftr. N ut;l.he law utlo hi n Iw 1 g in-ts V evt'i; rilia frwa th" rales in any eee. ' J ji,.,, nre aixteen Jftrifa. air. for th I W Ver A.lwtrirmnU from 1 dr-oco. aal rroa aeraaaa ih !.., h.re cu...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 1 February 1840

, -rr-r-;- 'T 1 ; f r - , T account! fLg'ffiH'iiuppyTrsuaJenV afJTTntWmea pfaphrations were made popped wh' it anj pujtjnit iSfato immedi f ir ine of effcis ai aa afTair imchlsioon tosi-vBjthowcan it pass away without a radical change ol our circuiMtanci!:-'The barlheo of our debt cannot be removed; our consumption must be accommodated to what we con produce, beyond the anneal" tax of interest and im ports. Banki or no "banks. Government en mity or Government favor, oir condition ve ry much resembles that of the Israelite! in Ezypt. Our taskmasters demand the daily stint of bricks, whilst they refuse to supplv the straw necessary for making them. And tliose taskmasters are our foreign creditors. Mark that! . , ABSTRACT OF Til E RETORT OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR. This document being too lengthy for our columns, we take the liberty ot presenting pot ;ion of it to our readers in as condensed a form as oo?ible. . ' Evening Gaz. It will be ieea that the army, during the past vear,has been k...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 1 February 1840

l'1 rft-B- T T"'TT t-J t1 -a- J XX Hi tl; -F U iV il A L i NO MAIL!! NO MAIL!! Prom any quir ter for the last week. ', As usual. it arrived iu good time, c n Tlniri Jay night, but without any thing, from St. Louis. Two passengers, however, came through from that place, who informed us that the mail m'ght have Crossed the Missouri when they did, f the carier had been, disposed. : .What shall we say to thist What excuse can be -found Ur the contractor frcm Su lii to St. Charles or even for the Post Master at the latter place! Is it not hi duty, when he finds that the n": aj! is dot lined nhhout any sufficient cause, to St'ud for it, nd charge the Department! We do not pretend t be well versed in the Pwsi office regulations, but it strikes us this is his duty. And if it is, is he not grossly neg lecting it! As lor the contractor, he ha shown himself to be above all law, and there fore we shall not trouble him. If wo thought it would be of anv service to him, we would lecture him for a ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 1 February 1840

MB (...- The Aagel ya.lir. Bmt aa a'-eeping. It at itbr wa waaptngl Fir hr I' ut Via d was far ua Hi wida ragtag . And th lanaM wtj awaiting RawaJ (m fiabanaaa'a dwelling. And sU erioa 'Darmrt rUt.f! !; ea a U mV Vet Weals while asmhered - Tba baby till alemhd. And smiled ia bar leee aa aba bdl bar hae; Oh, bltaaad ba that watting. My hdds eleep darning Far I know that tba surer at whisper iac with dree. Aad while the? ara keeping Bright wath rw.-lbe lpi;. Ob, pra la them lUj my hab. wiib ma Aaa ety then wwhM rather They'd waUb afar thy fclbar. For I know that tba aagala ara wbisswrinr with thm- Tba dswn af tha arairf Saw Derraot ralaraiaf. Aad tba wife wapt whb joy. bar babe falbar ta aea. And etaeely aareafinf Her child wKh a blessing. Said. ! knew that tha angali aar- wbispariag ta iW. CO W HOUSES. After all thit i said about breeds, much, depend! vpon ilie treatment which cattle receive. IIow many of the fanner of Mid die Tennessee have prepared to shelter their cows during the ...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 8 February 1840

r ":.-V " "i C i ' ' ' i M ".A. in BUCKNER, &f. n.J05,EJltors& Proprietors - J tOL. 17;. - v . TERMS $2 50 if palfwtthin three montW t: , UU if pa4d during toe year. . . . ... $3 50 if not paid during llio year. Subscribers may discontinue their paper at koj time . by paying far theliiae Uioy hare received then tor ROT WITHOUT. . Those who subscribe for a year,-and (Wjiet at thai timo of subscribing, order a discontinnanca .at the-end of iL wilt be considered subscriber until tber eer 'Uie pper to be stopped; and pay aU arrearages. S .Vliicr Stood the harp whose- tneltin - ' .. advertisements. ''nNT5 were so dear to her father. TShe ai e l 00 per sqaare.for 12 lines or less, fortie first HmucJjpJ the' Strings, sho thought, tion,' and. 59 cents for each continuance. - . . -CfTT i . .1.... i . fV ETAdvertimcnt, must be marked with the huW HStJ'me, . Wt they had , .losr J1 p of insertions thsfare requested I'o'.heraise.'they triil M continued till .forbid,, and charged accordin...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 8 February 1840

i V n: Congress with information on that eulijevt, J -11 .l u -i ' ;uu an vuiris ruurciru wiin lire rmiinisii trf nts in several of the most consider; ble European countries. 1 have epjtehed one ct the special agents of the Department to Europe with instructions to visit them in person and furnish me with minute details ol their organization and operations. hill- CALHOUN'S LAND BILL. The followijg outline of this Bill is given in a letter firm Washington to the N. Y. Herald: Mr Calhoun's Laid Bill, iniroduced on leave hist Friday, was piinted to day, and 1 have, obtained a .opy of it. It is a decided check mate to Mr Clay's, and ulihouuli re- popud the Inst session, pretty much in the lhape it now stands, it was r.ot particularly . attended to by the people, as it wns then supposed Mr. Calhoun was flat on his back. 1 he first cession of the I ill enact that fill the puMic lands within the States of Ala bama, A'i-sitsipi i, Louisiana, Aikansns, Illi nois, Missouri, Ohio, Indinn.i and...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 8 February 1840

Clark who was arresteJ, a short time since in Callaway county, for purl.iioin; m aney from the mail, several years ago, in Va. his been discharged by Judge Lawless, on a writ of 'Ilabcns Corpus, on the ground of the ir T?zu!arityol the.warranf, by Tirtue of which be was arrested. - &;rA bill is before the Legislature of I'.t. to repeal ihe charter of the Bank of theU. Sutesof that stale." It is thought it will J-Col. J: B. Brandt lias been appointed bv the Gov: a Director in the Bank of Mo. vice, Col. OTallon resigned. FOR TIIK SALT RIVE JOURSAL. Mcssri. F. litors: I concur in the opinion us expressed by you and your c irrespon lent Cuivre " in relation to tho nac-itw of con stvuctiai a new court-house. Tiiis is a suh jjet which as you hive justly observed Hits excited no little attention" and a it i every d jy bscti-nhi m.ira evident, nt only tint -lhe present tnissh ipen piU of brick is n j.jV.ij nuisance' but tint B w'injGreen pis;ss?s few, if any, of those ad muses, wither i...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 8 February 1840

POETICAL. ' STANZAS. . . I tried to read, bat oh. thy on mo i Its form the lines nud letters look ? ' I strove in viio, thine image came Gliding betwixt rue and the hnok ; I tried to ling, but then thrte (tola The haunting memory of a tuna Echoing for ever in my toul. And with iU voice it drowned mine awn. . I flung the book atiJtj; I hushed Tbe song upon my lips, aod gated Where, with the crimson tuniet flushed, The western heaven instantly blaxed; Sat sunset. CTer a part Of thy most glorious nature teems. Its light tbe radiance of thy heart, Aod all its thronging clouds thy dreams. The greenwood glade, the sounding tea, Tbe dripping of the early rain. All seem to speak and breathe, of Hire, . Aed bring thy memory back again : Hast thou jo nature such a share! Do emanations from thy soul Mis in the gentle summer air, Or mingle with the waters' roll? Ah, to! though on the sounding sea. And through the world, these visions range, Tbe spell to raise them is with me; Within my heart, t...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 15 February 1840

i4 4 V a 1 i A. II. BUCKNER, & F. II. JONES, Editors &. Proprietors. voi. 7 .umbek is. TERMS S2 50 if piiJ within three month.. 93 00 if paid during lbs year. 3 SO if not paid during the year. Sub'crnVra may discontinue their pipers at any time by paying fur the ti'HO tbey hare received them, auT a IT WITUOCT. Thaw who subscribe for a year, and do not at the time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at the end of it, will be considered subscriber, until they order tlie piper to be stopped, and pay all arrearages. ADVERTISEMENTS." OOpersqmre.for 12 lines or leis, tort'ae first inner. . .1 1. j 'TT w ITTAaseraspinents moil be marked with the number or insertion that are requested ; otherwise, they till be continued till fsriiid, and chargeJ accordingly. Ne Tariation frem these rales in any case. w ith whnm we hare nj current accounts, iiiust be ac companied by the cash, or some responsible reference in town. All letters a.ldrei.i-J to the editor;, must be rosTrair. er they w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 15 February 1840

- From the Boston Times. j the camp, fit were taken without resistance. Wild Man of the Woods. As soon as therntnster saw tlum he be Robcrt Lincolu Esq , agent of the New tame furious gnashing his teeth and howl York Lumber .Company, lias just returned ed, and thrashed about until he burst his from St. Feter's liver, near the head of cord and come very near effecting his escape. -Steamboat navigation, on the Upper Missis- j -sippi, bringing with hitn a living wild Man of; h Woods, with two small rubs, supposed to be three months old. Mr. Lincoln went oat to t!.e North West as agent of the New York Lumber Company in July la-1, with a view to establish mills on the piue 4auds near the Falls of St. An thony; & ho hasgiven us a detail ol theope rations of the company, aid the circumstan ces which led to the capture of the extraor dinary creature mentioned above. The company set out on their expedition in July last. The workmen and laborers with the principal of the machinery went by...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 15 February 1840

" watching a side of the building, with their, backs to each other the smoke ia the " mean time, almost sufTocatiang them The Sheriff was absent he had not been Ion.; " in this position at the door, when a tre- mendous hurricane broke upon theirr'eliber- . . " ... . . their seats, and cast their eyes to the joist - 'What do you think about buildin? a Court M House!' says one. 'It's no time to talk about building a Court House,' says Judge u P , seizing his hat at the same time Tell the Sheriff to adjourn' court says w the P 1 to the Clerk. We must be leaving these diggins, or we will catch our death, and on tney scampered as fast as their legs could carry them.'" The devil left about this tin.. for the salt river journal. CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. The question as to who will be the candi date to represent 'Old Pike, in the next ses sion of the Stale Legislature, is beginning to be often made a subject of enquiry in private circles; but as yet, it seems lobe altogether natr of mere spec...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Salt River journal. — 15 February 1840

4 if ' ft s- i v POETICAL. 1 F A NCT. r cuitLta wriT Tacarion. I. Hew beaetifal i childhood's sleep! When Bpoo life's treacherous deep All unconsciously it lies, 'Neath balmy airs, and tunny skies. Little dreaming of the hate That may im ita after dsyt, Wbea the caret of time haT brought 0Tu ita bosom sober thought, Aad it! aorrowi aball supply Moistiro to the saddened eye. How beaotiful it childhood'a sleep! Aad jet my heart could almost weep. To think of all the thaatend snares. The weary heart's uopilied blight. The toil by day, the watch by night, Aad all tha sorrows years must bring, Which like the hading raven's wing. Tea soon shall darken o'er that brow, So innocent and spotless now. III. Hot see tnelhinks, io fancy's eye, I mark those guardian spirits nigh, Who thair etherial Tisits make Where infant souls their limbers take. Creatures of Heaven, whom God has sent To hater reu ad the innocent. O beautiful, indeed, and blest, When lying thus in balmy rest. The skies around it...

Publication Title: Salt River Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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